WEB DEVELOPER Location: LIBRARY & INFORMATION CENTER
Job #: CEW6177 Hiring Range: $44,330 to $56,500
Education:Bachelor's Degree in Computer Science or a related field or
equivalent combination of education and experience.
Experience:Four or more years of work related experience.
Demonstrated work experience with at least one relational database
management system; comprehensive knowledge of web scripting languages
(such as PHP, ASP, Perl, etc.); proficiency in HTM; knowledge of Unix,
Apache, and other open source technologies, Windows
95/98/2000/ME/XP/NT and MS Office products is strongly preferred.
Proficiency with PHP and MySQL; knowledge and experience with Ruby on
Rails; experience with Plone and/or other content management system is
strongly desired. Familiarity in a University and/or Library setting
preferred. Selection process will include a background check.
Duties:Develop dynamic web-based applications working closely with
designers and other team members. Enable integration of applications
with campus and other library initiatives. Manage the Library's
Intranet framework; provide support for group interaction and
opportunities for library staff to manage their own content. Create
efficient and logical interfaces for clients. Recognize system
deficiencies and implement effective solutions. Provide backup for
general computer support for Systems Department customers as needed.
Provide training and support for new technologies. The position
requires strong interpersonal communications, such as advising,
recommending or counseling, follow-up, exchanging information and
troubleshooting; ensure data integrity, and a proactive, customer and
detail-oriented disposition. Demonstrated ability to: cooperate with a
variety of people and achieve results, prioritize multiple tasks
effectively, pro-actively seek opportunities to broaden and deepen
knowledge base and proficiencies will be effective in this position.
Must be able to work independently and within a team environment.
All interested candidates must apply through the GT Office of Human