Systems Analyst - Programmer
Date Posted (dd/mm/yyyy): 25/10/2021
Closing Date (dd/mm/yyyy): 07/11/2021
Salary (with Salary Rate): 86,276.00 - 94,490.00/Year
Employee Group: Administrative Staff - CUPE 2424
Salary Level: 11PE
Date Position Available: 01/11/2021
Duties and Responsibilities:
Reporting to the Head of Library Technology Services, the Systems Analyst-Programmer organizes and carries out activities related to: strategic and operational planning; server, network, and system administration and operation, maintenance, design, evaluation, analysis, monitoring, and improvement. They also focus on programming and development of key Library platforms including the website, institutional repository, and other customized applications. The incumbent is a liaison between the Library and the broader Carleton community. They perform other related duties.
The incumbent must possess the following qualifications:
• Minimum education and experience outlined under "Education and Experience";
• High level of accountability required;
• Thorough knowledge of computing technology, Library applications; and
• High level of technical expertise in IT
• Highly independent, self-directed and have the ability to work with a high degree of accuracy;
• Can develop plans and measure their effectiveness;
• Ability to anticipate problems, develop and implement complex and innovative concept; and
• Ability to pinpoint opportunities and resolutions.
The following knowledge and skills are also required:
• UNIX and LINUX server administration (professional experience and certification);
• Software development experience, with strong expertise in developing Internet and web client and server applications (cross-browser / platform / devices);
• Experience working in source code management tools (e.g. Git, Subversion);
• Experience with the open source community, philosophy and LAMP tools (Linux, Apache, MySQL, PHP/Python/Perl).
• Working knowledge of:
• Databases and full-text indexing applications;
• Accessible web layout and design (with application of WCAG and W3C guidelines).
Education and Experience:
The above is normally acquired through the completion of:
• Completion of an honours degree in Computer Science or a related field.
• Seven (7) years of server and network administration-related experience in a diverse and complex IT environment; including experience developing, launching, and administering software applications. Preference would be given for candidates with professional IT work experience in a University or College environment.
Carleton University and CUPE 2424 are currently completing a joint job evaluation and pay equity project. The University and the Union are working together to describe the skills, effort, responsibilities and working conditions associated with every CUPE 2424 job, including this one. As a result, the job description that is currently associated with this posting (for recruitment purposes) may be revised to reflect the actual duties captured in the new job descriptions.
By applying for this job you are acknowledging that the actual duties associated with this job may differ somewhat from those identified in the job posting and that you will agree to perform the duties of this job as determined through the joint job evaluation process.
Equivalencies will be considered. Applicants are encouraged to provide information which may demonstrate equivalent qualifications. Please note that applicants may be required to complete an employment test as part of the selection process for this position. Those applicants that are selected for an interview will be requested to contact the Human Resource Advisor assigned to this competition as soon as possible to discuss any accommodation requirements. Arrangements will be made to accommodate your request in a timely manner. Carleton University is strongly committed to fostering diversity within its community as a source of excellence, cultural enrichment, and social strength. We welcome those who would contribute to the further diversification of our University including, but not limited to: women; visible minorities; First Nations, Inuit and Métis peoples; persons with disabilities; and persons of any sexual orientation or gender identity and expressions.
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Published: Wednesday, October 27, 2021 13:47 UTC
Last updated: Wednesday, October 27, 2021 13:47 UTC