[Asis-l] Position Available at Cal State University Fullerton
rclemens at Exchange.FULLERTON.EDU
Fri Jun 3 11:46:17 EDT 2005
Web Programmer (Information Technology Consultant)
California State University, Fullerton
Department: University Library - Administration
Salary Range: $3,915 - $5,964 (service maximum)/$8,013 (range maximum) per month. Department Hiring Range: $3,915 - $4,306, depending on library experience. This is a year-to-year appointment that may be renewed annually up to 4 years depending on university needs
Time Base: Full-Time
Work Schedule: Varied
Serves as the source of technical support for various integrated teams of professionals dedicated to providing high quality library services. Provides website design and support for the Library. Works relatively independently and with minimal technical oversight. Designs, develops, maintains, integrates, and revises web applications such as databases and other web based forms and reports in support of library services and operations. Provides technical advice and hands-on support in integrating, troubleshooting, and resolving various purchased or licensed software, including resolving authentication issues and ensuring smooth and reliable access.
Previous experience working in an academic information technology environment
previous experience working in a library. Familiarity with servers and services including Microsoft 2000 & 2003 servers, IIS, .net framework, SSL and their implications for web based applications. Experience with typical library applications, including OpenURL (Link resolvers), proxy servers, standards such as Z39.50, etc.
Familiarity with xml, php, "open source".
Special Working Conditions:
Position may require means of transportation for travel to other CSU campuses, Chancellor's Office, and to work on systems teams. Employment is contingent on satisfactory completion of a fingerprint background check.
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Rachael Green Clemens
Distance Education Librarian
California State University Fullerton
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