|Auto req ID||5473BR|
|Posting Title||IT Full-Stack Engineer|
|No. of Positions||1|
|Employee Class||U-Unclassified Professional Staff|
|Work Schedule||8 to 5 Monday thru Friday, with possible after hours call in/call back.|
|Job Family||Information Technology-KUL|
|Position Overview||This position provides application administration, development, and support services for the KU Libraries. The emphasis is on library management and scholarly communications systems such as Integrated Library Management System and catalog, interlibrary loan system, institutional repository, digital collections systems, and other applications related to teaching, learning and research at the university. This position is responsible for the development, maintenance, and support of software from conception to end of life. This responsibility includes application installation, configuration, customization, maintenance, troubleshooting, and the addition, removal, or modification of features in pre-existing software and creation or modification of new in-house software applications. This position will utilize existing purchased or open-sourced software (such as DSpace, Islandora, Omeka, etc), and will be asked to investigate and create custom solutions. Some of these custom solutions will include, but not be limited to integration and automation development. This position will be using Linux and Free and Open Source Software extensively on a daily basis.
An example project for this position would be the following.
Reporting in KU Information Technology, the position works in partnership with Libraries staff to provide quality information services to the user community. This position will be communicating with staff in both the Libraries and Information Technology on a daily basis. This position will have after-hours on-call responsibilities.
|Job Description||65% Application Support
15% Assists in innovating new services and solutions.
10% Project Planning
10% Other duties as assigned.
|Required Qualifications||1. Associate Degree and three years relevant experience.
2. 2 years experience installing, upgrading, configuring and maintaining server-based applications in an enterprise UNIX/Linux environment.
3. 1 year of experience doing professional software development, including experience developing web applications.
4. 1 year of experience working with relational or NoSQL based databases.
5. Knowledgeable in procedures for applying upgrades, patches, and fixes provided by Software vendors.
6. Effective written and interpersonal communication skills as evidenced by application materials.
7. Experience working in a team environment as evidenced by application materials.
|Preferred Qualifications||1. Experience supporting systems for library management, digital library services, scholarly communication and research support, or learning management.
2. Familiarity with metadata standards and formats for library systems (e.g., MARC, Dublin Core, METS, MODS) and protocols for search and retrieval (e.g. OAI-PHM, Z39.50)
3. Experience working in an DevOps based environment.
4. Experience writing scripts using a scripting language (shell, Perl, Ruby, Python).
7. Experience using a web framework. (Symfony, Spring, Struts2 , Play, Django)
8. Experience using SQL to extract data for manipulation or reporting.
9. Experience using Docker, Vagrant, and/or a configuration management tool (Puppet/Chef)
10. Experience administering Apache, Tomcat, Solr, and/or ElasticSearch.
11. Experience administering mysql, PostgreSQL, and/or Oracle based applications.
12. Experience using a version control system (Git preferred.)
13. Bachelor’s Degree
|Additional Candidate Instruction||A complete online application consists of:
Incomplete applications will not be considered.
Review of applications begins March 21, 2016 and will continue until a qualified pool is assembled. To ensure priority consideration apply before this date.
|Contact Information to Applicants||Matt Copeland, IT Technology Coordinator, firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Advertised Salary Range||Contingent on Qualifications|
|Application Review Begins||21-Mar-2016|
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