Web Developer

Greenville
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Created: June 12, 2013

Description

We're looking for a talented, enthusiastic team player to join our ranks and help us to elevate the web presence of the ECU Libraries.  Please share with anyone that you think might be interested in joining us!  
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The Application & Discovery Services (ADS) unit supports the web and software need of the ECU (East Carolina University) Libraries. In addition to supporting the libraries' websites, ADS works collaboratively with all departments to support project requests including but not limited to custom application development, maintenance of data repositories, software installation and configuration, and overall technical support.

This employee supports the planning, development, design, testing, and maintenance of a wide range of web and software applications used by the libraries. The person in this position workes collaboratively with other team members to support existing applications, in addition to operating independently on new project development. This person will use PHP, JAvaScript, .NET, CommonSpot, XML/XSLT, CSS, AJAX, and other related technologies as needed to maintain and create web applications for both internal and external audiences. It is the responsibility of this individual to provide customization and support for open source applications, implement workflows to extract transform, and repurpose data, and provide integration with vendor-based APIs and web services components. In consultation with the lead developer, this individual determines project needs, prepares working mockups, installs and configures software applications, troubleshoots issues, and manages databases such as SQL and MYSQL.

Associate's degree in computer science, information technology, or related discipline and one year of experience in the information technology field related to the area of assignment; or Bachelor's degree and one year of experience in the information technology field related to the area of assignment; or Bachelor's degree in computer science, information technology, or related discipline; or equivalent combination of training and experience. All degrees must be received from appropriately accredited institutions.

Preferred: Bachelor's degree and three to five years experience.

Review of applications will start on 6/26/2013.


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