Client: University of Ottawa
Role: Webmaster and Computer systems analyst
Duration: May 2011 – Present
As Webmaster and Developer I provide strategic technical direction to the Student Services as well as the financial Resources departments on how best to meet e-communications and e-marketing objectives. I have here five main areas of responsibility:
- Acts as technical gatekeepers for the principal pages of both services mentioned above and their related services websites
- Oversees implementation of new Web templates for key clients
- Contributes to the Webmaster community by offering strategic technical direction and sharing of advice and best practices particularly as it pertains to usability, accessibility, multimedia use and Web analytics in digital communications
- Acts as technical lead on major central Web projects
- Conceives, plans, develops and maintains websites, online applications, databases, Web-based and e-marketing tools for the Student services and financial resources. Main clients include the AVP Student services, AVP financial resources, food services, procurement services, uOttawa welcome week, and the uOttawa student card. Provide technical support for both departments mentioned above (hardware and software) and responsible for their information equipment.
Role: Intermediate Web Developer
Duration: August 2010 – January 2011
I currently work with a team of developer to setup a real estate website for the Middle East and North Africa. Our initiative is to investigate the best mapping solution between different solutions Google, Microsoft Bing.During this project we have modified and created source code using ASP.Net and VB.Net. N-tier and N-Layered Architecture and Microsoft Communication Foundation were used. We have also developed and designed high usability web pages, created screenshots and wrote SQL Scripts.
Client: University of Ottawa, External Relations
Role: SharePoint Developer
Duration: May 2010- August 2010
As a SharePoint Developer at the University of Ottawa I earned the experience to work through all the phases of Software Development Life Cycle (SDLC) including Requirements Gathering, Analysis, Design, Development, Testing, UAT, Production and Post-production Support. This experience included developing and building Web Parts using SharePoint object model and SharePoint Designer 2007. It also included creating and deploying forms using InfoPath 2007/2003 and Expertise in designing and building Work Flows using SharePoint Designer 2007 and Visual Studio 2005. In the process of this project I had designed and implemented firstly Dashboard functionality using Excel services by enabling/activating appropriate features and establishing data connections to SQL Server. And secondly Data Grid Web Parts to display data from SQL Server 2005 database utilizing Business Data Catalogue features.
University of Ottawa, Faculty of Health Sciences
Role: Information Technician
Duration: May 2009 – March 2010
In my first project, being an Information Technician at the University of Ottawa, I mainly acquired skills in technical support and assessing the needs of many clients. For example I have frequently provided advanced diagnosis of different software related problems. With this role as an Information technician I had the opportunity to Design and build a website for troubleshooting using HTML and XML. And one of the greater experiences was when I took part in major software application, troubleshooting and debugging.