10819 - Web Application Programmer/Analyst, Digital Library Applications, Libraries

Bloomington
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Created: June 30, 2014

Description

Job Summary: Performs software design, programming, database administration, and other tasks required for the ongoing maintenance and enhancement of Library Technologies (LT) software systems, primarily in support of web-based digital content delivery.

Serves as high-level technical support resource for software systems, coordinating with librarians, faculty, and staff as well as with other LT technical staff and UITS staff; and diagnoses problems reported by users and makes and tests software code changes to correct problems. Supports the full software development life cycle, designing, coding, and debugging applications in various software languages.

Responsible for performance tuning, improvement, balancing, usability, and automation; and supports, maintains, and documents software functionality. Integrates software with existing systems; evaluates and identifies new technologies for implementation; and maintains standards compliance for development life cycle.


FOR CONSIDERATION: Submit a letter of interest and resume that provides evidence of the qualifications outlined and the names, addresses, and phone numbers of at least three references that can comment about your qualifications for the position.

REQUIRED: Bachelor's degree in a computer science or related technical discipline, two years of experience in systems analysis and programming of complex software systems, including work in Java, two years of experience in Java or Ruby-on-Rails web application development and with web development technologies such as JavaScript, AJAX, HTML5, and CSS, and one year of experience in XML and XML-related technologies.

Experience with relational database technology; and excellent interpersonal, oral, and written communication skills including ability to work as part of a team.

Applications accepted until July 10, 2014, or until position is filled. 

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