Job: Programmer at Kansas State University Libraries
harish at KSU.EDU
Mon Oct 29 12:42:36 EDT 2012
Kansas State University Libraries, Manhattan, Kansas invite applications
and nominations for the position of Programmer I to join an exciting new
the Administrative & IT Services Department. The new team would be
with other library staff in creating value added services by
using a wide array of tools that include both open source (dspace, drupal, etc)
and vendor driven products.
• Perform technical planning, development, and implementation of
and interfaces, including mobile applications, to provide a
seamless access environment to end users.
• Work collaboratively with technical and non-technical library staff
general web development guidance and expertise, and to implement
enhancements to the Libraries website and electronic resources discovery
and access systems.
• Support the ongoing development of the Libraries software
but not limited to, institutional repositories (DSpace, and
others), content management systems, web applications, and other library
• Collaborate with other technology partners.
• Work with teams to manage system administration, web/application
and database server administration, maintaining up-to-date
system documentation and managing code in a version-control system.
• Investigate new technologies and software applications.
•Bachelor's degree in Computer Science, Information Technology, or related
Three years of experience developing web-based applications may be
substituted for a bachelor's degree.
- developing web applications using one or more of the following
programming languages: PHP,Ruby, Python, Java
- experience with one or more of the following: HTML5, CSS3, XML, XSL,
- working with relational databases such as MySQL or Postgresql.
• Strong customer service attitude; enthusiasm for working in a
collaborative team-oriented environment.
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