Server Specialist (Job Id 2907)

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Created: November 1, 2012


California State University, Northridge (Northridge, CA)

Major Duties
Under general supervision, the Library Server Specialist oversees the Linux servers run by the Oviatt Library; administers, programs, troubleshoots and maintains virtual servers provided by campus Information Technology; installs applications and patches; develops Bash, Perl, PHP and SQL scripts to automate tasks and monitor system performance; monitors servers for potential security issues/intrusion attacks; provides programming and other support to Library Systems staff; works with central Information Technology staff in managing the Library's virtual servers hosted by central IT; works on special projects, and performs other duties as assigned.

Equivalent to graduation from an accredited four-year college or university in a related field. Two years of full-time, progressively responsible field-related experience that includes knowledge of Linux servers and software (including system modification, installation, evaluation, and system development). Experience with database design and programming, preferably MySQL. Knowledge, Skills and Abilities: Thorough knowledge of a variety of software application packages, equipment platforms, reference database systems and sources, and training methods; and a basic understanding of networks, data communication, and multimedia systems. Functional knowledge of: XHTML/CSS, PHP, XML, XSLT, JavaScript, or other programming and scripting language; familiarity with Windows Server, Internet Information Server, MS SQL Server, and Active Directory desirable. Ability and specialized skills to: apply and assess user needs; identify, analyze and address user problems; analyze problems and propose effective solutions; understand functional and procedural requirements, and develop alternative solutions; relate system solutions to departmental management and staff; communicate effectively, both orally and in writing; and establish and maintain cooperative working relationships with students, faculty, staff, and administration.


Published: Thursday, November 1, 2012 15:21 UTC

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