DescriptionDESCRIPTION. Case Western Reserve University seeks a focused, creative, and collaborative professional for the position of Analyst Programmer 2. This position will be responsible for maintaining the key elements comprising the software and systems infrastructure of the Kelvin Smith Library.
Some of the primary components include
- Fedora/Hydra Repository (Ruby on Rails and Java)
- Oracle/Apex applications (SQL)
- Web management and applications (IIS and Apache)
The Analyst Programmer position is a non-supervisory position that reports to the Digital Learning & Scholarship Team Leader. Working under general supervision and within the Digital Learning & Scholarship team, the Analyst Programmer is charged with investigating, creating, developing, testing, implementing and maintaining computer systems and custom-built applications for the Case community as related to the libraries’ role in technology-enabled information. The Analyst Programmer will also analyze, evaluate beta-test, maintain, and support existing software packages for integration into the university computing environment with particular focus on developing Digital Case, a continually-evolving, Hydra-based digital repository environment.
RESPONSIBILITIES. Develop, maintain, and support a host of library systems and applications and provide regular statistical and performance reports. Advise and make recommendations to KSL leadership about developments in used and available software. Engage with other campus technology units to maximize efficiency in delivery of services.
QUALIFICATIONS. Required: Associate's degree and 2 years related experience OR Bachelor's degree and no experience required. Prefer a Bachelor's degree in Computer Science, Computer Engineering.
ENVIRONMENT. The Kelvin Smith Library is a dynamic, technology-rich, and highly collaborative organization that is a member of the Association of Research Libraries (ARL), OhioLINK, and CNI. Supported by an endowment, the Freedman Center for Digital Scholarship integrates e-research and digital scholarship services. Founded in 1826, the University is an internationally recognized private research university serving 4,400 undergraduates and 5,650 graduate students with a full-time faculty of 3,055. Situated in Cleveland’s vibrant University Circle cultural community, CWRU is an integral partner with world-class cultural organizations such as the Cleveland Museum of Art, the Western Reserve Historical Society, the Cleveland Botanical Garden, and the Cleveland Museum of Natural History. KSL affiliate libraries include the Cleveland Institute of Art, the Cleveland Institute of Music, and the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Library and Archives.
SALARY. Salary commensurate with qualifications and experience.
APPLICATION PROCESS. The full job description and application information are available at http://bit.ly/1Lu1r3r
Last updated: Tuesday, February 28, 2017 23:41 UTC