Job posting: Systems Administrator, K-State Libraries

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Created: June 6, 2007


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Systems Administrator

Position Context The Digital Initiatives Department of K-State Libraries seeks a skilled and motivated System administrator to join its team working on a wide array of challenging projects and services. Work will center on developing technical infrastructure to support digital initiatives projects related to repository development, middleware, and Web services. We offer a stimulating and rapidly evolving environment that is dedicated to finding new and unique ways to provide better online services to our users. If you are the type of person who is looking for an opportunity to showcase your creativity by applying technology, then K-State Libraries is the place to be. The Libraries have embraced new Web 2.0 service and communication practices, offering an enterprise blogging system, wikis, a Google Search Appliance, etc., and are in need of dynamic individuals who can take us to the next level. Working for the Libraries offers many advantages to a motivated and skilled technology person, among them a workplace where boredom and repetition are not part of the vocabulary.

Educational Requirements Bachelor's degree in Computer Science or related discipline.

Required Qualifications At least one year of full time development and server administration in a UNIX environment. Ability to configure and administer LAMP Web servers (including Apache, Tomcat) and database servers (including) MySQL. Working knowledge of multiple programming or scripting languages, such as Perl or Python. Experience with implementing open source programs and tools. Experience supporting a versioning system like cvs, subversion. Ability to work independently as well as in a highly collaborative environment. Excellent verbal/written communications and interpersonal skills.

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Thanks, Harish

Harish Maringanti Systems Analyst K-State Libraries (785)532-7462


Published: Wednesday, June 6, 2007 10:08 UTC

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