Job Postings - Professional/Administrative

To apply for any one of the following positions, please go to the University Human Resources website. Applications sent directly to our office will not be taken into consideration.


Title: Assistant Director of Development
Classification/Rank: PAE-2DV
Job Listing: 08177P
Position: 00046899

Summary: Plays a critical role in establishing and enhancing relationships between the IU Libraries and its key constituencies (students, alumni, faculty, staff and friends).  Build and maintain a strong personal portfolio of 75 donors and prospects (mid to high-level gifts) and personally conduct an assigned number of substantive contacts and solicitations each year.  Make efficient use of prospect management systems to set parameters and identify in-state and out of state constituents. Manage the relationships between IU Libraries and constituents, and collaborate with the Executive Director of Development and Libraries administration on development strategy. Maintain personal contact with constituents to develop their interest in the Libraries’ programs and provide information concerning gift opportunities, to ensure timely processing of gift agreements, pledges and payments, to answer questions and properly steward the relationship. Provides professional fundraising assistance to the Libraries to include planning and coordinating projects as needed to aid in the acquisition of capital, annual, and deferred gifts on a continuing basis consistent with approved fundraising goals. Assist in design, implementation and execution of annual appeals and development events, which includes oversight of appeal strategy, messaging and metrics.  Serve as a resource for and provide direction to team members. Gather and analyze data to develop reports and proposals; write strategic, donor-specific thank-you correspondence.  Oversee input of information into the IU Foundation database ensuring accuracy.  Work with the IU Foundation to resolve reporting issues.

Qualifications: Review your qualifications prior to applying to ensure that you meet the minimum qualifications for the position. Resume and cover letter required.

Required: Bachelor's degree in relevant field. Two years of demonstrated success in related area, e.g. fundraising and donor relations, preferably in higher education. Outstanding communication skills, including written, verbal, and listening.  Strong computer skills especially using the Microsoft Office Suite, particularly Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Outlook. Excellent organizational skills. Ability to interact with and make decisions regarding donors and other VIPs connected with the IU Libraries. Ability to multi-task and independently prioritize duties in a high-productivity environment.

Preferred:Familiarity with customer relations management software, particularly Blackbaud preferred.

Physical: Must possess a valid driver's license with the ability to be insured by IU.  Ability to frequently work evenings and weekends, as well as travel domestically (via air and vehicle). Ability to consistently lift up to 20 pounds. Ability to sit and stand for extended periods.
 


Title: Programmer/Analyst
Classification/Rank: PAE-3IT
Job Listing: 07963P
Position: 00036303

Summary: Provides leadership in the development, testing, maintenance, and support of high-performance, interactive web-based applications to promote the Libraries’ strategic initiatives, with an emphasis on the Drupal-based IU Libraries web site and other Drupal-based sites, including Open Folklore.
Serves as technical lead on the library's existing and new Web development projects supporting public services and access to print and electronic collections, overseeing the development of the site concept, interface design, and architecture. Designs, develops, troubleshoots, debugs, and implements software code (such as HTML, Perl, PHP, Java, Ruby on Rails, JavaScript) for the website and other related applications. Ensures appropriate interface implementation, integrates web applications with backend databases, coordinates and provides technical support for web-based applications; and investigates developing technologies.

Qualifications: Review your qualifications prior to applying to ensure that you meet the minimum qualifications for the position. Resume and cover letter required.

Required: Bachelor’s degree in computer or information science or related field and three years of software development and programming experience with an emphasis on web-based applications.
Combinations of related education and experience may be considered.
Thorough knowledge of application programming and delivery standards; proficiency in using tools for software development project management (e.g. Jira, Confluence Wiki,) and source control management (e.g. Git/Github, Maven); and advanced proficiency in multiple web application programming and scripting languages and technologies (e.g. HTML, XHTML, CSS, DHTML, XML, XSLT, PHP, Java, Ruby on Rails, JavaScript, AJAX). Demonstrated knowledge of: web/database application development (e.g. MySQL, Oracle) and web-based content management systems (e.g. Drupal, Joomla); skill in developing documentation and training material and using Windows, Mac OS X, and Linux operating systems; and familiarity with graphics and image design tools, such as Photoshop, Flash, and web authoring tools.
Excellent interpersonal and communication skills, written and verbal including ability to effectively interact with a wide variety of individuals one-to-one, in small groups, and in public speaking contexts; and willingness to facilitate open and effective communication, cooperation and teamwork within and outside of one's own team. Demonstrated organizational and multitasking skills including ability to manage and prioritize a complex and varied workload; and strong troubleshooting and problem solving skills.

Preferred:Experience working in a higher education environment, in public service in an academic library setting. Demonstrated knowledge of: library enterprise systems such as library catalog systems, search technologies, course management, and digital repository software (such as SirsiDynix Symphony, Kuali OLE, DSpace, Canvas, Fedora, and Ebsco Discovery System); agile development methodologies such as Scrum; search technologies such as Google Custom Search, Apache Solr, and Apache Lucene; library related standards and specifications such as metadata (MODS, Dublin Core, etc), OAI-PMH, MARC, Z39.50, and RDF; responsive design principles for web delivery to mobile devices; web design frameworks such as JQuery, Django, and the CSS Grid System..


Title: Programmer/Analyst, Digital Media Services
Classification/Rank: PAE-3IT
Job Listing: 07621P
Position: 00030383

Summary: Under limited supervision, performs software front-end design, programming, and other tasks required for the ongoing maintenance and enhancement of Library Technologies (LT) software systems, primarily in support of digital media services delivery. Serves as high-level technical support resource for software systems, including the Avalon Media System, coordinating with librarians, local support providers, Avalon partners and adopting institutions, and other front-end support providers as needed, as well as with other LT technical staff. Diagnoses problems reported by users and makes and tests software code changes to correct problems. In the course of project development, develops the front-end for software programs; prepares technical documentation; improves processes and tools; collaborates with other institutions; and provides support.

Qualifications: Review your qualifications prior to applying to ensure that you meet the minimum qualifications for the position. Resume and cover letter required.

Required: Bachelor’s degree in computer science or related technical discipline and two years of experience with analysis and programming of the front-end of complex web applications in Javascript; web services technologies; and JavaScript libraries and frameworks such as nodeJS, angularJS, redux.

One year of experience in XML and XML-related technologies. Proficient, hands-on experience with web markup, including HTML5 and CSS3; asynchronous request handling, partial page updates, and AJAX; cross-browser compatibility issues; and browser rendering behavior and performance. Experience providing technical support. Excellent verbal and written communication skills. Good interpersonal skills and ability to work as part of a team.

Preferred: Experience with Javascript es6 and with an Agile development framework; experience with Ruby on Rails-based web development.

Physical: Physical demands will be limited to moving computing equipment, running cables between equipment, and operating computers of various types. Most duties of this position will involve use of computers for long periods of time and require good mental concentration. This position is expected to work 8-5, Monday through Friday, a minimum of 40 hours per week.


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