Collection Applications Developer

Full time

Created: December 10, 2015
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 This professional position provides system administration for the library’s turn-key enterprise system, enhancing system interoperability with other library systems/data. The incumbent configures and customizes systems, optimizes system integrations, monitors and troubleshoots logs, tests upgrades, creates and manages user accounts for multiple systems, develops scripts and tools for administrative and collection related projects and works with vendors to resolve issues. The minimum salary begins at $50,441 with a benefits package including health care, retirement options, and a tuition waiver for up to two classes a semester.

Minimum Qualifications:

Bachelor’s Degree from an accredited four-year college or university AND Two (2) years of experience related to the above described duties.

Substitution Statement: Related experience may be substituted for education, on a basis set forth and approved by the Department of Human Resources.

Examples of Work Performed:

Administers, troubleshoots, configures and develops the library enterprise system including cataloging, serials, ERM, acquisitions, reporting and UI.

Enhances system interoperability with external systems such as content platforms and sellers, online archives, bibliographic databases, resource sharing platforms, eResource providers and public vendors.

Streamlines data migration and output workflows. Develops scripts and tools.

Enhances interfaces with scripts and other applications to aid in collection discovery.

Develops solutions to maintaining and synching library holding data within multiple systems.

Uses APIs from a variety of systems to pull and match data as needed for analysis.

The University of Mississippi is an EOE/AA/Minorities/Females/Vet/Disability/Sexual Orientation/Gender Identity/Title VI/Title VII/Title IX/504/ADA/ADEA employer.

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Gail Herrera

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Published: Thursday, December 10, 2015 16:32 UTC