Working within a complex project environment, the successful applicant will work collaboratively to plan, develop, test, and maintain a variety of web and software applications used by East Carolina University (ECU) Libraries.
The Application & Digital Services (ADS) unit supports the web and software needs of ECU Libraries. ADS works collaboratively with all departments to support project requests including but not limited to custom application development, maintenance of data repositories, software installation and configuration, and overall technical support. This position requires experience with .NET, database management systems, HTML/CSS and a preferably have familiarity with version control systems, XML/XSLT, Ruby, ColdFusion, PHP, CSS frameworks, constructing web services and other related technologies as needed to maintain and create web applications for both internal and external audiences. It is the responsibility of this individual to provide customization and support for open source applications and provide integration with vendor-based APIs and web service components, as well as, implementing workflows to extract, transform, search, and repurpose data. In consultation with the ADS team, this individual determines project needs, prepares mockups, installs and configures software applications, and troubleshoots issues throughout a project's lifecycle.
Associate's degree in Computer Information Technology, Computer Technology Integration; Networking Technology, or related areas and two years of experience in the Information Technology field related to the position's role; or a Bachelor's degree from an appropriately accredited institution and three years of experience in the Information Technology Field related to the position's role, or a Bachelor's degree in Computer Science, Computer Engineering, Math or Engineering from an appropriately accredited institution and one year of experience in the Information Technology Field related to the position's role; or an equivalent combination of education and experience.
A bachelor's degree in an information technology discipline and three to five years of experience in an academic library.
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