Position Summary: The Systems Analyst II provides intermediate level web development, testing, documentation, implementation, and maintenance for the Georgia Tech Library's web-based digital programs. These applications are built primarily using open source software and emerging web technologies. Anticipate/investigate new trends in library technology so that we can respond quickly to changing user needs. Provide primary support for new initiatives such as scholarly communication, electronic publishing, and image databases, which includes technical support for digital preservation. Provide support for the Library's institutional repository and the digital collections of the Georgia Tech Archives. The Systems Analyst II will work with our partners on campus and in library consortia to share solutions to mutual challenges.
Major Responsibilities: Facilitate access to digital archival and manuscript collections using technologies such as the Archivists' Toolkit, Fedora, DSpace, or other software. Provide support for the Archives' image database. Support the EPAGE publishing initiative, using Open Journal Systems and Open Conference Systems software. Provide enhancements and support for Library resources which use DSpace/Manakin, including SMARTech (Georgia Tech institutional repository), the Archives digital repository, and the Galileo Knowledge Repository. Perform additional related duties/projects as needed, involving web development for various library web sites needs.
Experience: Three or more years of job related experience.
Selection process will include a background screening.
Education: Bachelor's Degree in Computer Science or a closely related field or equivalent combination of education and experience.
Hiring Range: $44,330 - $56,500
Application Process: Apply online at: https://ea.ohr.gatech.edu/default.asp Job #: CEW7226
-- Susan Wells Parham Head, Digital Library Development Georgia Institute of Technology Library & Information Center 404-894-4522 email@example.com
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Published: Thursday, February 21, 2008 16:31 UTC
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