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Job: Application Programmer at University of Toronto Scarborough

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Faculty / Division: University of Toronto Scarborough 

Department: UTSC:Library-Collection Management

About us:
The University of Toronto Scarborough is a place of energy, enthusiasm and passion. Our commitment to inclusive excellence attracts the brightest learners, scholars and employees from around the globe. Our success has been made possible by the opportunity given to us by our Indigenous hosts to operate on their territory, and we cherish our continuing partnerships with these communities. The University of Toronto Scarborough is an exciting campus with unlimited potential. Join us on our journey.

The UTSC Library is a leader in academic library service and program development. The library supports research and study by housing an extensive network of scholarly materials in many formats. The library offers an extensive reference and research service and holds a local collection of about 400,000 print items, journal subscriptions, sound recordings, videos and films, a leisure reading collection, special research and archival collections. The library’s collections are complemented by our services and professional staff of librarians and technicians that support the daily operation of a library that is committed to promoting equity, diversity and inclusion to help create a truly rich and engaging academic experience.

Your opportunity:
Working in the Digital Scholarship Unit (DSU), you will work in collaboration with technical librarians and other technical staff, such as Information and Instructional Technology Services (IITS), on digital scholarships projects. You will be responsible for providing quality resources and technical expertise to the Library's DSU by researching, designing, developing and implementing the digital library technology stack to support various digital scholarship and research projects, including: digital collections; websites publishing scholarly research; data processing and visualization, data preservation, text analysis, metadata development, and other scholarly initiatives.

You will also regularly participate and contribute to technical staff meetings and software community discussions; meetings for open source projects; and assist staff with research projects by envisioning and implementing computing solutions and keeping abreast of current and upcoming computer technologies.

Your responsibilities will include:

Writing complex technical code
Designing, testing, and modifying programming code
Analyzing and writing programming code structures based on user requirements
Evaluating programming code to ensure it is valid, compatible, and meets appropriate standards
Developing technical application implementation plans
Creating complex and technical documentation and user support guides
Serving as a resource on specific issues to a group of specialists

Essential Qualifications:

Bachelor's degree in computer science or an equivalent combination of education and experience
Minimum four years' related work experience
Experience with application development in at least one major programming language (e.g. PHP)
Demonstrated experience with XML, XSLT, web services protocols, HTML, CSS and JavaScript
Solid programming skills are required with a demonstrated aptitude for designing and developing innovative programming solutions and acquiring knowledge of new programming tools
Demonstrated experience and ability to work with Unix/Linux systems, including system administration, shell scripting and data storage management
Experience with code management systems such as SVN or GitHub
Excellent oral and written communication skills
Sound problem-solving skills, organizational skills and ability to manage projects
Applicants are expected to show evidence of a commitment to equity, diversity, inclusion, and the promotion of a respectful and collegial learning and working environment

Assets (Nonessential):

Experience developing, designing and provisioning web-based scholarly resources
Experience working with version control; working with test-driven development and continuous integration techniques
Familiarity with Digital Asset Management frameworks such as Islandora, Fedora and Drupal
Experience with online collaboration tools in an educational setting
Knowledge and experience of digital library technologies, metadata standards and digital object transformation and re purposing

To be successful in this role you will be:

Organized
Possess a positive attitude
Problem solver
Resourceful
Team player

Employee Group: United Steelworkers (USW) 

Appointment Type: Budget - Continuing 

Schedule: Full-time

Pay Scale Group and Hiring Rate: USW Pay Band 12 -- $69,730 with an annual step progression to a maximum of $89,172. Pay scale and job class assignment is subject to determination pursuant to the Job Evaluation/Pay Equity Maintenance Protocol.   

Job Field: Information Technology

How to Apply: 
All interested applicants are to submit an applicaton online by May 26, 2020, 11:59:00 PM.  Please click on the following link for more information and to submit an application:
https://utoronto.taleo.net/careersection/10000/jobdetail.ftl?job=2001041&amp;tz=GMT-04%3A00&amp;tzname=America%2FNew_York


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