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The University of Michigan University Library's Web Systems department is
looking for an energetic and talented Perl/PHP/MySQL programmer. This is a
permanent, full-time (40-hour) position. The University of Michigan offers a
comprehensive benefits package, including 24 vacation days a year, health
insurance, generous retirement contributions, and much more.
Questions about the job description may be emailed to Ken Varnum, Web
Systems Manager, at [log in to unmask] To apply for this job, use the
University of Michigan's ³Careers at the U² site (
http://umich.aspdeploy.com/cws/seeker.html ) and search for job posting
Target salary Range: $40,000 - $45,000 dependent on education & previous
Review of applications will begin on July 9, 2007
The Web Systems Programmer (Applications Programmer Analyst Intermediate)
will be part of a team developing innovative library services tailored to
the University of Michigan University Library's diverse user base. The
incumbent will develop and support the University Library's technology
service environment through performing detailed analysis and design of new
systems and modifying the design of existing ones to meet the evolving needs
of library system users.
The Web Systems Programmer will write or modify complex computer programs
using Perl, PHP, SQL, XML, and other languages and protocols as needed. The
candidate will apply systems analysis procedures, including consulting with
users, to determine software and system design specifications as the primary
interface programmer for the Library's gateway web site, Search Tools (Ex
Libris' federated search engine for library databases), the EZProxy server,
and numerous database-driven web sites.
See http://www.lib.umich.edu/lit/ws/web-programmer.html for the full job
posting and application details.
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Web Systems Manager
University of Michigan Library E: [log in to unmask]
309 Harlan Hatcher Graduate Library V: 734-615-3287
Ann Arbor, MI 48109-1205 F: 734-647-6897