The Auburn University Libraries are recruiting a Specialist IV/V, Information Technology.
Here's an excerpt from the ad (req nbr: 24414):
Essential functions include, but are not limited to: develops library-oriented software applications as needed, a duty that may include modifying and adapting open-source software applications or utilities; writes custom scripts for routine library functions; works with Auburn University Libraries faculty and staff on digital library projects requiring in-house coding; works with faculty and IT staff from other university departments on related projects, including an institutional repository (IR) and undergraduate research journal; serves as a backup System Administrator (In this capacity, helps Systems staff manage the Library's Linux and Windows servers, including software upgrades and patches, security, and backup.); and installs, configures, maintains, and (if necessary) extends third-party software applications (e.g. Integrated Library Systems, digital content-management software, document-delivery software); helps maintain an in-house Wiki on various aspects of library IT; shares a rotating weekly schedule of evening and weekend on-call duty; serves on university committees as needed and represents the Auburn University Libraries at the state, regional, and national levels.