Position available: Lead Developer - NCSU Libraries, IT Department =?windows-1252?Q?=96_?= Raleigh, NC
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Working Title: Lead Developer Position Title: Business & Technology Applications Specialist
The NC State University Libraries seeks an experienced developer to help lead development efforts within the IT department. This development unit is responsible for supporting the core information systems in the library, from building and maintaining enterprise-level applications to implementing and supporting open source and vendor solutions. The lead developer will serve as the technical backbone of a unit with 3 developers. He or she will have primary oversight over E-Matrix, an electronic resources and serials management system built in-house at NCSU Libraries, and will also be a key participant in design, testing, and implementation for the Kuali Open Library Environment (OLE) project (NCSU Libraries is a partner in this Mellon-funded project). In addition, he or she will have the opportunity to work on a variety of other projects such as the ReservesDirect open source course reserves system, a new administrative information system being built in-house, and new/evolving discovery layer tools and mobile applications.
Responsibilities include designing and developing applications, helping manage projects and deadlines, providing technical leadership for junior developers, serving as technical lead on business-focused product management teams, and investigating new technologies. As lead developer, this position is responsible for helping architect, design, and plan for all new development within the unit.
We are looking for someone who would be able to jump right into learning a complex enterprise-level application built using Java (Hibernate and Spring) and PostgreSQL. Other supported tools within this unit utilize MySQL, PHP, and Python, so our preferred candidate would be someone excited about working across a variety of technologies. Experience with application and database design is a must. Knowledge of code management repositories (Subversion) is a plus. Must have good communication skills, the ability to participate in a team development environment, and a willingness to learn about library metadata and business processes.
Salary is based on experience and qualifications, but expected hiring range is $75,000 – 80,000.
NCSU Libraries is a fast-paced, innovative environment with no shortage of interesting problems to solve. For a detailed list of required and preferred skills or to apply, visit http://jobs.ncsu.edu and search for position #40024.
Position is currently available, and will remain open until filled. Review of applications is ongoing.
-- Emily Lynema Associate Department Head Information Technology, NCSU Libraries 919-513-8031 firstname.lastname@example.org
Last updated: Tuesday, February 28, 2017 23:48 UTC