Information Technology Analyst III

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Created: May 15, 2013


Develops custom software for linked digital object repositories with a focus on presentation and preservation of objects and associated metadata and also selects and maintains open-source and commercial software. 
Department Preferences Programming experience in a large academic setting using languages such as PHP, HTML/HTML5/CSS, JavaScript, XML, AJAX.
Experience administering and programming for Linux-based linked Fedora and/or DSpace repositories utilizing frameworks such as Django, web services such as REST, Solr/Lucene search and indexing systems, identity management services, and public and private cloud storage and services.
Experience with agile software development.
Current experience with Red Hat Enterprise Linux system administration and Oracle, SQL or MySQL database management.
A Masters or PhD in one of the required disciplines is highly desirable.

Required Skills and Proficiencies:

Understanding of current trends and issues in programming, system design, and the needs of scholars in a research-intensive setting.
Excellent leadership skills with demonstrated ability to train and mentor peers in software development practices.
Ability to set and change priorities amongst multiple competing constituencies, projects and resources.
Demonstrated experience establishing rapport and trust in order to build and maintain relationships with peers and customers.
Excellent business, technical, organizational, written and verbal communications skills.
Must communicate clearly, effectively and professionally in spoken and written English.
Represents the university and the library in organizations and projects ranging from the local to international level.
Possesses a high degree of initiative, creativity, innovation and a positive can-do attitude.
Must be willing and able to work collaboratively with others to solve business and technical problems.

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