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JOB POSTING: Information Technology Manager (Orbis Cascade Alliance, Eugene, OR)

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Kyle Banerjee <[log in to unmask]>

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Code for Libraries <[log in to unmask]>

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Information Technology Manager
Eugene, OR
Closes: Sept. 15, 2010

The Orbis Cascade Alliance seeks a collaborative and technically strong
colleague for the position of Information Technology Manager.  This new
position is responsible for leadership in evaluating technologies and
technical support of Orbis Cascade Alliance services, whether centrally
hosted, hosted by member institutions, or contracted to other consortia or
vendors.

Responsibilities:
The Information Technology Manager works closely with member institutions
across the Northwest U.S. and with Alliance program managers to oversee
technical support for existing consortium services, including Summit
resource sharing system, Northwest Digital Archives, cloud computing,
content management system, web site, administrative databases, etc.
including responsibility for upgrades, migration, monitoring performance,
security, and 24/7 support; and participates in teams developing and
implementing the Alliance’s Strategic Agenda, including researching,
recommending, implementing, and supporting new technologies in a complex
multi-state multi-institutional environment.

The ideal candidate will excel in a distributed and collaborative
environment that includes regular contact with colleagues with diverse
responsibilities representing a broad array of academic libraries.  The
position requires strong project management skills and expertise in
providing robust network services while learning new technical skills and
designing, selecting, implementing and maintaining network services.

Desktop computing support is contracted out and not a responsibility of this
position.  Some weekend and evening hours may be required. Extensive travel
is not required but this position is expected to be involved in professional
IT organizations and to participate in regional events directly related to
Orbis Cascade Alliance services. The successful candidate will support and
enhance a diverse learning and working environment, and will have knowledge
of Section 508 web accessibility requirements.

Qualifications:
Required: BS or BA degree; excellent project management, analytical,
customer service, oral, and written communication skills; experience
supporting *nix systems (Unix, Linux, etc.) in a production environment,
programming, and writing documentation; demonstrated ability to prioritize
tasks in a complex and changing environment; demonstrated ability to work
independently, collaborate at a distance, and inspire the participation of
colleagues.  Position is located in the Orbis Cascade Alliance offices in
Eugene, Oregon.  Flexibility in timing of relocation may be possible.
Desired: Degrees in computer science, library science, or related fields; 3+
years experience in server support; experience working with consortia,
libraries, or in higher education; experience with Web and database servers;
integrated library system (ILS) support and integration; support for
Institutional Repositories; evaluating and implementing open source
software; vendor collaboration; distributed computing environment (e.g.,
cloud); principles of interface design; extensive programming experience;
PHP; MySQL.

Salary & Benefits:
$50,000 minimum. Salary beyond the minimum will be based on prior
professional experience and education. This position includes a generous
benefits package. For details, see: http://hr.uoregon.edu/benefits.

About the Orbis Cascade Alliance:
The Orbis Cascade Alliance is a consortium of academic libraries in the
Northwest U.S. The Alliance supports a number of successful programs,
including:
•       Conferences & Workshops
•       Cooperative Collection Development
•       Courier Service
•       Electronic Resources
•       Northwest Digital Archives
•       Summit Resource Sharing System

The Orbis Cascade Alliance is a nonprofit corporation that contracts with
the University of Oregon to provide office space, human resources, and
desktop computing support services.  As is true of all consortium staff, the
IT Manager is an employee of the University of Oregon assigned to work for
the Orbis Cascade Alliance. This position is located in the Orbis Cascade
Alliance offices in Eugene, Oregon. For more details, see:
http://www.orbiscascade.org/.

To Apply:
Please send Word or PDF attachments via e-mail and include the following:
cover letter addressing relevant qualifications for the position; résumé;
and a list that includes names, addresses, phone numbers, and e-mail
addresses of four references (one of whom must be indicated as your most
current supervisor) to: [log in to unmask] Letters should be addressed to:
Ms. Laine Stambaugh, Director, Library Human Resources, 1299 University of
Oregon Libraries, Eugene, OR 97403-1299. See
http://libweb.uoregon.edu/admnpers/acad.html for more information.

Application Deadline:
Priority consideration will be given to applications received by September
15, 2010. Applications will continue to be received until position is
filled.

The University of Oregon [host site] is an Affirmative Action/Equal
Opportunity/ADA-compliant institution committed to cultural diversity.

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