MOBIUS, a nonprofit 501(C)3 library membership organization, located in Columbia, Missouri is seeking an on-site Full Stack Developer to join our team.
We are a small group of people with a range of backgrounds and interests, but we share a core mission: We are deeply dedicated to libraries and the services they provide, and we are absolutely committed to customer success. Though we often work independently, we rely on the expertise of the entire team to ensure our libraries thrive. We work hard, but we play hard, too - and we understand that there is more to life than what happens in the office.
If you’re wondering how you might fit in - if you are self-driven and have a collaborative spirit, are passionate about your work and your interests, and are ready to take on new challenges, this is the place for you!
We offer a competitive salary; relocation assistance; an excellent benefits package including health, vision, and dental (for dependents as well); generous vacation and sick leave, life insurance, and a 401K.
Learn more about us at: https://mobiusconsortium.org/
The MOBIUS Full Stack Developer works in a small team environment serving both internal and external customers at all skill levels. The incumbent assists in supporting and maintaining IT services, including customer support to the MOSS (MOBIUS Open Source Solutions) clients, migrating new customers to MOSS hosting, contributing to open-source projects, and developing new features, enhancements, and code for custom applications.
As a not-for-profit organization that works with libraries of nearly all sizes and types, it is critical for this position to have a high degree of skill across a broad range of technical areas, be adaptable, and be able to identify and implement low-cost but effective solutions. The position requires a high degree of interaction with people; sound customer service principles must be applied while fulfilling the technical functions. Work includes a wide range of responsibility, providing high-level support.
Basic Function and Responsibilities
This professional information technology position is responsible for supporting and maintaining all MOBIUS internal and external IT infrastructure. The position requires knowledge of Postgres, Perl, Linux, and a desire to contribute to the open source community. Responsibilities include extracting and migrating data to the open-source systems, responding to client support requests, developing new application features, and defining, designing, and writing code for custom applications.
Work in a team environment with the rest of the IT department
Assist in managing all requirements of SOC2 Type 2 auditing
Create, plan, test, implement, and document projects to better serve users’ needs
May provide assistance in mapping out specifications regarding software, hardware, and network options
File and/or fix bug reports with open source communities, according to established community procedures
Contribute to community development of software
Export data from libraries’ previous systems
Analyze source data to ensure quality and completeness
Manipulation and cleanup of source data to prepare for import
Creation and documentation of scripts to facilitate import of source data
Analyze and troubleshoot all manner of technical issues
Answer Help Desk questions from clients
Develop and maintain personal knowledge of supported products
Attend training and obtain required software and hardware certifications
Direct supervision received from the Associate Director, Open Source Initiatives, with additional supervision from the Executive Director
Practical experience with Linux
Technical experience of SQL databases (e.g., MySQL, PostgreSQL)
Practical experience with Perl software development
Practical knowledge writing in one or more programming languages
Expert experience with web site development, HTML/CSS
Experience with Git and GitHub
Ability to work and learn both independently and as part of a team
Ability to establish and maintain cooperative working relationships with those contacted in the course of a work assignment and to participate as a member of a cross-departmental project team
Time management, organizational, and project management skills
Ability to work under pressure, meet inflexible deadlines, and deal with difficult individuals while maintaining composure
Strong verbal and written communication skills sufficient to interact with a variety of users and other technical staff
Strong customer service skills
Additional Desirable Qualifications
Experience implementing, integrating, and contributing to open source software projects
Experience with Integrated Library Systems, ArchivesSpace, Omeka, or other library-related open source software
MOBIUS (mobiusconsortium.org) is a not-for-profit, 501 (C)(3) tax-exempt organization that is transforming library services with cost-effective help desk, training, technical resources, courier management, and procurement services. The MOBIUS consortium is comprised of over 76 Sierra libraries with 192 branches. Members benefit from shared services and technology expertise, and a resource-sharing network of over 30 million items. MOBIUS offers managed services for Sierra and INN-Reach, and MOSS, a complete hosting and management service for the Evergreen Open Source Integrated Library System and other open-source products. Offices are located in Columbia, Missouri and their customers and members span the states of Missouri, Oklahoma, Iowa, Kansas, North Carolina, Arkansas, and Texas.
According to the Columbia Chamber of Commerce; “Columbia offers small-town friendliness with big city features and a high quality of life for people of all ages and interests. Though the city was founded on education, its location also makes it an attractive spot for businesses and travelers. Located on Interstate 70 and U.S. Highway 63, Columbia is right in the middle of the state and the nation. Just a couple hours’ drive from St. Louis and Kansas City, Columbia is Boone County’s largest population center.”
With a low cost of living, excellent schools, state-of-the-art healthcare facilities and entertainment opportunities galore, Columbia is a great place to live. Columbia is home to the University of Missouri, Columbia College and Stephens College.
Last updated: Monday, March 21, 2022 20:09 UTC