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Head of Library Systems at the University at Albany Libraries

Posted in Library IT Jobs on April 14th, 2011

The University at Albany Libraries are recruiting a Head of Library Systems.

Here's an excerpt from the ad (P11-24063):

The University at Albany Libraries seek a creative, knowledgeable, dynamic leader committed to service to academic library users to provide vision and direction for library IT operations, including the Libraries' ILS (Ex Libris ALEPH 500), design and technical aspects of the Libraries’ Web site, an in-house server farm (possibly transitioning to campus IT hosted) that hosts Web sites and related applications, over 400 PCs / laptops and associated peripherals for public and staff, and computer-equipped classrooms. Coordinates, manages, mentors, and provides leadership for the Library Systems Department, consisting of 5 professionals and student assistants. Integrates systems knowledge and experience into the advancement of the Libraries' goals through existing and new initiatives. Recommends technical standards, policies, and new technological initiatives. Plans hardware/software upgrades for the Libraries. Collaborates with administrators and other library units in planning, supporting, and managing technology-based services, such as Serials Solutions resource linking, EBSCO Discovery Service, Ares reserve management system, and ILLiad resource sharing management system. Participate in planning and management within the Division as a member of the Technical Services Department Heads and Team Leader Group. Reports to the Associate Director, Technical Services and Library Systems Division.

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    Programmer/Analyst I at Texas Tech Libraries

    Posted in Digital Library Jobs, Library IT Jobs on April 12th, 2011

    The Texas Tech Libraries are recruiting a Programmer/Analyst I .

    Here's an excerpt from the ad:

    • Texas Digital Libraries (TDL) is a consortium of Texas libraries of which Texas Tech is a member. Our obligations to TDL include dedicated programmer time, and this position helps TTU to meet its commitment to TDL. The work we do here is vital to the success of TDL and the customization, security, and functionality of the digital repositories of its member institutions.
    • This position will work with the Web Site Support Team (WSST), a Library-wide committee responsible for all TTU Libraries website content. Nearly every library service has an online component.
    • This position will ensure that new projects are added to the website in a timely manner and will perform upgrades and maintenance of existing website systems according to a lifecycle plan.

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      Coordinator of Information Technology (IT) Services at Birmingham Public Library

      Posted in Library IT Jobs on April 10th, 2011

      The Birmingham Public Library is recruiting a Coordinator of Information Technology (IT) Services. Salary range: $55,265.60-$63,897.60.

      Here's an excerpt from the ad:

      This is a professional position requiring knowledge of library principles, practices and policies along with five years of supervisory experience with information systems management. The Coordinator for Information Technology (IT) administers, plans, and coordinates day-to-day operations of the IT Services Department of the Birmingham Public Library System. Work involves planning, organizing and directing all activities of personnel in the Library IT Department responsible for providing information systems and services to all Library locations; coordinates Data Processing functions including computer operations, development and maintenance of computer programs and information center; plans, budgets, staffs, operates and monitors systems to ensure satisfaction of user departments. Supervises all personnel assigned to the IT Department including Network System Administrators, PC/Network Technicians, Library Assistants and Clerks; develops operational budget, policies and procedure recommendations. Works under the general guidance and direction of the Associate Director.

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        Web Services Developer at University of Maryland Libraries

        Posted in Library IT Jobs on April 7th, 2011

        Here's an excerpt from the ad:

        The University of Maryland Libraries is seeking a web designer to join their Digital Technology & Interface Services (DTIS) department on the College Park campus. DTIS develops and supports web-based services designed to meet the research needs of students, faculty, and staff of the University of Maryland, as well as other libraries in the state of Maryland.

        Responsibilities include designing interfaces and library applications for the web and mobile devices, creating design prototypes, and providing design expertise and consultation to Libraries' staff. Other responsibilities include support and oversight of the Libraries' website, investigating existing and emerging technologies, and administering ancillary web utilities such as traffic analysis and link checking.

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          Systems Librarian/Instructor at McNeese State University’s Frazar Memorial Library

          Posted in Library IT Jobs on April 6th, 2011

          McNeese State University's Frazar Memorial Library is recruiting a Systems Librarian/Instructor (position readvertised).

          Here's an excerpt from the ad:

          The Systems Librarian/Instructor reports to the Library Director and provides leadership for planning, implementing, and managing library systems, digital services, and information technologies; cataloging department operations including the supervision of cataloging department staff; serves on a variety of internal and external committees; and provides staff technology training. The Systems Librarian/Instructor serves as liaison to one or more academic departments and serves as the Library’s LOUIS System Administrator.

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            Library Technology Specialist at Canisius College’s Andrew L. Bouwhuis Library

            Posted in Library IT Jobs on April 6th, 2011

            Canisius College's Andrew L. Bouwhuis Library is recruiting a Library Technology Specialist.

            Here's an excerpt from the ad:

            Responsibilities:

            • Support the administration of the integrated online library system.
            • Support the library’s digital services, including website maintenance and web OPAC, online databases and campus portal.
            • Provide support to other online library systems as needed.
            • Support patron access to digital resources. Provide training and support for staff and be the point of contact for digital resource vendors.
            • Plan and implement website and digital resources usability studies.
            • Share in the management, oversight and contribution to the library’s social networking, mobile and electronic presence.

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              Web Developer 2 at University of Houston Libraries

              Posted in Digital Library Jobs, Library IT Jobs on April 3rd, 2011

              The University of Houston Libraries are recruiting a Web Developer 2.

              Here's an excerpt from the ad (posting number: 066088):

              Works as a member of the Web Services Department and in conjunction with the Digital Services Department to design, develop and maintain the many proprietary and open source web applications used within the University of Houston Libraries to enhance the Libraries' virtual presence and digital initiatives. . . .

              1. Manages the customization of the user interface within the Digital Library and related applications
              2. Incorporates appropriate design principles and branding consistent with guidelines established by the UH Libraries
              3. Assists in the planning, designing, development, documentation and ongoing maintenance of the Libraries' internal and external web applications, database interfaces and mobile tools
              4. Assists with quality assurance, accessibility and usability testing of web applications to ensure user satisfaction and compliance with UH Libraries' standards
              5. Acts as a creative team player within Web Services on projects and coordinates with colleagues in the Libraries and UH community as needed

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                Information Technologist III at University of New Hampshire Library

                Posted in Digital Library Jobs, Library IT Jobs on March 30th, 2011

                The University of New Hampshire Library is recruiting an Information Technologist III. Salary range: $53,200-$82,070.

                Here's an excerpt from the ad:

                The Web Applications Developer will be responsible for writing back-end code to support new web applications and search services for end users and Library staff under the direction of the Systems Librarian. Responsibilities include all aspects of web application development, including defining requirements, writing code, testing, deployment, maintenance, and security for the institutional repository and for other web-based applications used by the Library and its users; auditing existing Library code for adherence to University IT security policy; providing end user and Library staff technical support as part of a customer-service-oriented team. This individual will have the autonomy to select the tools and processes to achieve the ends cited above in accordance with best practices and standards.

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                  Information Technology Specialist (Application Development and Infrastructure) at Library of Congress

                  Posted in Library IT Jobs on March 29th, 2011

                  The Library of Congress is recruiting an Information Technology Specialist. Salary range:$74,872-$97,333.

                  Here's an excerpt from the ad:

                  The IT Specialist (Application Development and Infrastructure) will work independently, as well as in a team environment. The incumbent is responsible for managing the operation of the application development environment consisting of operating systems, virtualization strategies and source code management. Additional responsibilities include application development of new projects and troubleshooting of existing systems.

                  This position is located in the Web Services Division, Office of Strategic Initiatives. . . .

                  Administer a managed Linux based development application development environment utilizing automation tools such as puppet or chef. Working knowledge of web hosting configuration components, including firewalls, load balancers, web and database servers. Well versed in Apache web server, PHP, MySQL, and server Virtualization – ability to deploy, support, and diagnose issues for development environments. Plans and analyzes systems configuration and whether changes are needed to support the organization's program of work.

                  Conducts application design, programming and testing work encompassing the full range of applications development for major software projects. Has a working knowledge of the PHP language to participate in developing new web applications and maintaining existing applications. Designs and develops APIs to support creation of XML or JSON based REST or SOAP services. Ensures applications are consistent with a service based architecture and open data standards able to run in a clustered configuration. Familiar with search, indexing and crawling technologies such as Lucene, SOLR and Nutch.

                  Monitors implementation, maintenance, enhancement, and coordination of online systems and Web site(s) on the Internet and Intranet. Familiar with multiple third party web tools such as WordPress, Confluence, Omniture, OpinionLab and Teamsite. Supplies technical aid to resolve issues and problems related to loc.gov sites and applications. Oversees emerging web technologies and directions and makes recommendations accordingly.

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                    Web Services Specialist at Mississippi State University Libraries

                    Posted in Library IT Jobs on March 29th, 2011

                    The Mississippi State University Libraries are recruiting a Web Services Specialist.

                    Here's an excerpt from the ad (PARF number: 5835 ):

                    Maintains existing and create new web applications including database programming, multimedia development and web editing; assists the Library Web Sites Manager with concept design, content delivery and exploring/recommending emerging technologies and services that will benefit the library program; provides technical support, training and development for a variety of existing applications (Student Time Clock, Virtual Reference application, MAGNOLIA, Book Orders Online, Microsoft Sharepoint); develops and maintains mobile web applications; works with Library Web Team to ensure appropriate web site ADA compliance; supervises student workers and manages student payroll for Web Services team; tracks, analyzes and reports on current web usage statistics; performs miscellaneous job-related duties as assigned.

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                      Head Library Systems Administrator at Stow-Munroe Falls Public Library

                      Posted in Library IT Jobs on March 28th, 2011

                      The Stow-Munroe Falls Public Library (Stow, OH) is recruiting a Head Library Systems Administrator.

                      Here's an excerpt from the ad:

                      Under general direction, the Head of Library Systems Administrators maintains the automation system for the library and trains staff and patrons on the use of computer hardware, on-line systems and software applications.

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                        Web Services Developer at Radford University’s McConnell Library

                        Posted in Library IT Jobs on March 28th, 2011

                        Radford University's McConnell Library is recruiting a Web Services Developer.

                        Here's an excerpt from the ad (job posting number: 0800322):

                        Primary developer and administrator for Library website, web applications, social media, and mobile interfaces; administrator for EZproxy and ILLiad applications; backup administrator for Millennium ILS system, WordPress blogs, and Drupal intranet.

                        Coordinate, maintain, and oversee ongoing development of the Library's website and web services.

                        Incorporate appropriate design principles, information architectures, coding standards, and emerging technologies into the Library's various open source web-based systems and projects.

                        Contribute to processes that deliver Library content to external discovery and delivery mechanisms, such as: APIs and web services, search engine optimization, mobile application development, OAI harvesters, and integration with campus learning management systems and social sites.

                        Provide leadership in the development of the Library's overall web-based services; train and work directly with Library staff to help make them more effective content contributors and electronic service providers.

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