Supervising Programmer/Analyst

Stony Brook
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Created: August 1, 2014


The Supervising Programmer/Analyst is responsible for managing the library systems administration and library’s technical infrastructure. Primary overall goals are to maintain a standard level of excellence for the library’s information technology infrastructure; improve the quality and continuity of end-user support services and integrate electronic resources and digital technologies into the library’s daily operations. The selected candidate will Administer the library’s information technology infrastructure to facilitate electronic open source publishing, web services, institutional repository service and metadata architecture as well as innovate new methods of access to library data and collections, including a provision of services that feed information to the users of library information, including access to library collections via a variety of computing devices and interfaces. Supervision and evaluation of Library Systems Staff.

Required Qualifications: Bachelor's or Advanced Degree in Information Technology or Computer Science.  Five years of full time progressively responsible relevant work experience in an academic institution.  Two years of supervisory experience preferably in a computing environment. A thorough working knowledge of personal computing hardware and software, server hardware and software, and network technology.  A thorough knowledge and appreciation of the mission and operations of an academic institution.  Excellent communication skills.  Demonstrated leadership skills.

Preferred Qualifications: A Master’s Degree in a field related to libraries and/or information technology or computer science. Experience in Library Management Systems, digital library discovery tools, Digital Repositories, and open linked data. Knowledge of Content Management Systems: SAS, PL/SQL, MS/SQL, Perl, PHP, and/or .Net Programming.

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