Applications Developer Programmer Analyst II
The University of Arizona Libraries is seeking a creative, enthusiastic, and dedicated professional proficient in software development to join our highly collaborative team. In this role you'll discover user needs and develop and implement creative solutions that support the success of students, faculty, and staff.
Initially you'll launch a new GeoBlacklight (Ruby on Rails)-based portal and plan for its sustainability. You'll also help build and maintain our portfolio of LAMP-stack based applications, content management systems, and library-specific software.
Agile and lean software development approaches are fundamental to our culture, and you'll have opportunities to influence how we manage our day-to-day workflow with Kanban and user stories. You will be encouraged to explore and test new tools, technologies, and methods to continuously improve the efficiency of the unit and the quality of its products, and you'll have regular opportunities to share and refine ideas with other team members.
We are a large academic library providing a broad range of collections and services while supporting diverse audience segments, including undergraduate students, graduate students, faculty, staff, community users, and donors. We strive to build elegant, intuitive products that help users achieve their academic and personal goals. Our environment is supportive, collaborative, consensus-driven, and we value continuous learning. Visit the University Libraries website to learn more about us.
This position reports to the Manager of the Software & Web Development Unit in the Technology Strategy and Services (TeSS) department.
Hybrid work arrangement possible.
Please visit the URL provided for more details about the position and to apply.
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Published: Wednesday, February 22, 2023 18:14 UTC
Last updated: Wednesday, February 22, 2023 18:14 UTC