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Head, Applications Development Team
The University Library
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
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Library Systems Department
Working Title: Applications Analyst
Position Number: 17022
Salary Range: $39,816 - $98,718
Closing Date: October 26, 2011
As a member of the Web Unit in the University Library's Systems
Department, the Applications Analyst provides applications programming,
Web development expertise, and technical support for the UNC Library. The
primary purpose of this position is to work with content creators to
meaningfully express their content in a content management system (CMS).
In doing so, they will support staff in the creation and organization of
information to effectively present tools, services, and information on the
Additionally, the Applications Analyst will perform development work on
new and existing projects using a variety of programming and markup
languages and other tools, including XHTML, CSS, XML, Perl, PHP, Python,
The Applications Analyst will work with stakeholders to gather
requirements and interpret these for implementation. They will model data,
identify content types, and distill requirements into workable solutions
that support the communication needs of the stakeholders and the workflow
of the content creators. They will then implement and maintain these
workable solutions. Web presentation will have an emphasis on
accessibility and usability.
The Applications Analyst will prototype solutions prior to deployment.
This prototyping may include working within administrative interfaces,
templating, testing existing plugins, and native coding.
The Applications Analyst documents code and workflow, and manages
development within a versioning system.
This position is being recruited for at the Contributing Competency Level
under the Career Banding program. The hiring range for this position is
$45,000 - $50,000.
The analyst band requires a foundation of knowledge and skills in area of
specialization generally obtained from graduating from a four-year college
or university with nine semester hours in programming and one year of
experience in business application consulting or development. Experience
in the field of work related to the position's role may be substituted on
a year-for-year basis.
Strong communication skills and a demonstrated ability to work in an team
environment to complete projects. Experience with content management
systems (specifically Drupal). Experience with project management.
Experience with traditional markup and related competencies such as XHTML,
Experience with interpreted scripting languages (e.g. Perl, PHP, Python),
relational database development and systems (e.g. MySQL, PostgreSQL).
Experience with versioning software such as Subversion.