Atlassian JIRA Jobs

6 were found based on your criteria

  • Hourly – More than 6 months – 30+ hrs/week – Posted
    Help Re-Design the UI for an Enterprise-Level EMR and Practice Management System Seeking an Expert in Human-Computer Interaction to Lead our User Centered Design Team. We will be re-designing all pages of our robust system. WRS Health is a diverse healthcare company that offers a web-based electronic medical record (EMR) and Practice Management system to physicians. We are in the process of launching a large-scale UI/UX update and we need a dynamic UI UX designer who has been trained ...
  • Hourly – 1 to 3 months – 30+ hrs/week – Posted
    JIRA needs to be customized for use based on defined workflows and processes. This will include Project level customizations, building custom workflows, adding custom fields, linking it appropriately to GIT, Zendesk and sprint tools. The candidate should be an expert JIRA administrator with the following skills: 1. JIRA implementation and optimization 2. JIRA design and analytical skills 3. Ability to create complex JIRA workflows including; project workflows, security schemes, screen schemes, JIRA vocabulary, permission and notification schemes 4. High-level knowledge ...
  • Hourly – Less than 1 month – Less than 10 hrs/week – Posted
    Please click this link to get started with Here Be Dragons: https://confluence.atlassian.com/display/ATLAS/Here+Be+Dragons When completed, just send me a screenshot of the final screen. Thanks!!
  • Fixed-Price – Est. Budget: $500.00 Posted
    I'm looking to build an application the store the development cost of a ticket in JIRA, via the JIRA API. When an issue is marked as Done the application would be notified (webhook?). Then the application would pull the work log from the JIRA API. It then would lookup in a table what rate of the JIRA users who worked on the issue is to calculate the development cost of the ticket. It then would post this data back ...
  • Fixed-Price – Est. Budget: $500.00 Posted
    I'm looking to build an application the store the development cost of a ticket in JIRA, via the JIRA API. When an issue is marked as Done the application would be notified (webhook?). Then the application would pull the work log from the JIRA API. It then would lookup in a table what rate of the JIRA users who worked on the issue is to calculate the development cost of the ticket. It then would post this data back ...
loading