The Information Systems and Technology (IST) department at the University of Waterloo provides information systems, technology and services in support of teaching, learning, research and administrative needs across campus. Within IST, the Departmental and Campus Applications group works with campus partners to plan, analyze, procure, implement, and support information systems to meet the needs of the University.
IST is seeking an Information Systems Specialist to provide both business and systems analysis, as well as project leadership for (primarily Software-as-a-Service) information systems. This role will analyze complex information systems and key business processes that span the university and impact students, staff, and faculty. The successful applicant will work closely with campus partners and other IST groups to implement and support information systems across the university. Key competencies for this role include advanced business and systems analysis, project and relationship management, customer service, creative problem solving, organization & planning, communication, and teamwork.
The Information Systems Specialist is directly involved in the life cycles of multiple systems across multiple departments. The responsibilities of this role encompass a wide range of areas that currently include
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