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Title: Programmer/Analyst
Position Number: 00044239
Class/Grade:: PAE-3IT
FTE: 100%

Summary: The Programmer/Analyst, Assessment is a member of Library Applications team, which works together to develop, implement, and maintain the web applications and assessment data processes critical to library operations. Under limited supervision from the Head, Library Applications and working closely with the Assessment Librarian, this position develops, tests, and maintains software and workflows to support the access, organization, and analysis of assessment and library use data, which librarians, staff, and administrators use for decision-making and accountability. This position coordinates with appropriate UITS personnel and services to leverage enterprise tools and ensure that library use data is aligned with other university data sources. With input from key stakeholders, this position works with the Library Applications team to implement and support a range of custom and open source web applications to support the needs of the library organization.

Required: Bachelor's degree in Computer Science or Information Science, or an equivalent combination of education, training, and experience from which comparable skills can be acquired. 3 years in software development and design and implementation of relational database structures. Required knowledge, skills, and abilities: Demonstrated knowledge of relational database design and programming, including use of MySQL, Oracle, and/or Microsoft SQL Server. Demonstrated skill in programming of complex software systems, including use of Ruby, Java, Python, and/or Perl, and use of web services APIs. Experience with XML and related technologies. Ability to work in Unix/Linux and Windows environments. Demonstrated skill in writing programs to parse/map data from one structure to another.

Preferred: Knowledge of data warehouse structures, web analytics tools such as Google Analytics, reporting tools such as Tableau strongly desired. Experience with Denodo, Open Refine, and Qualtrics desired. Experience with academic library systems and services desired.


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