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Job: Programmer (IT Expert) at University of Florida

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Programmer (IT Expert)
University of Florida
Gainesville, Florida

 JOB SUMMARY

The Libraries' Information Technology department serves as the focal point for
planning, managing and coordinating computer based information resources that
support library operations. The Libraries' Information Technology department
manages servers that support 800 workstations used by 270 staff with over 6
million on-site and over 20 million virtual visitors a year to the Libraries.

  
As a member of the Web and Software Development unit, the Programmer is
responsible for software analysis, programming and database design and
administration. This includes software to assist in internal business
operations and to assist patrons to make full use of library resources. The IT
Expert codes and implements complex software systems and acts as the primary
administrator on various library-wide database instances.

  
RESPONSIBILITIES

- Coding and implementation of complex software systems, individually or as part of a team, on a variety of hardware and software platforms. The underlying programming, scripting, query, and markup languages involved may include, but are not limited to C#, Microsoft SQL (T-SQL), PHP, JavaScript, MySQL, HTML5 and CSS, with initial emphasis on C# and Microsoft SQL. Coding projects should be accurate, effective, efficient, secure, completed by designated timelines and be sufficiently documented so that a fellow team-member familiar with the specific programming language can determine program flow and make modifications based upon the associated documentation.  
- Act in capacity of primary or backup administrator of various library-wide database instances. These duties may include, but are not limited to: design of database backup strategy, connectivity troubleshooting, log review and performance optimization.  
- Design and maintenance of application related databases, and associated stored procedures.  
- Act in capacity of primary or backup administrator of IIS or Apache Web server instances as relates to hosting of library-wide web applications. Duties may include, but are not limited to licensing, installation, patching and performance monitoring.  
- Perform software systems analysis for the purpose of capturing and translating user and customer needs into tangible multi-user software system requirements and functionality. Promote, and actively participate in, a process that provides for thorough and documented concept analysis and project pre-planning. The process should identify the specific project goals and sizing. The process should employ fact-finding mechanisms such as committee participation, literature research, staff interviews, questionnaires and focus groups, as necessary, in order to define the specific nature and scope of the project and the programmatic solution.  
- Creation of HTML, javascript and CSS code as required in the implementation of web applications.  
- Perform other incidental duties necessary to accomplish the essential functions listed above. Represent the Information Technology Department in internal and external committees, teams and similar work-groups.  
  
QUALIFICATIONS

Required:

High school diploma and four years of any combination of relevant experience,
education and/or certification. The level of expertise and skill required to
qualify for a position in this classification is generally attained through
combinations of education and experience in the field. While such employees
commonly have a bachelor's or higher degree, no particular academic degree is
required.

  
Preferred:

• Bachelor's or Master's degree in Computer Science or Computer Engineering

• Experience with Microsoft Visual Studio (.NET coding environment)

• Demonstrated experience with object-oriented programming languages.
Preference given to experience with C# and Java

• Demonstrated experience with SQL. Experience with T-SQL is a plus

• Demonstrated experience with HTML and CSS and experience with web scripting
languages, in particular javascript

• Experience with Microsoft SQL Server and/or Internet Information Server

• Experience with developing and delivering training

• Excellent verbal and written communication skills

• Initiative, flexibility, and the ability to adapt and work creatively in a
complex, rapidly changing academic environment

• Demonstrated creativity and originality in the design of software systems

• Ability to transform client generated discussions into viable, value-added
services

• Ability to work both independently and collaboratively
with faculty, students, and administrators

  
THE UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA

The University of Florida (UF) is a major, public, comprehensive, land-grant,
research university. The state's oldest and most comprehensive university, UF
is among the nation's most academically diverse public universities. UF has a
long history of established programs in international education, research and
service. It is one of only 17 public, land-grant universities that belong to
the Association of American Universities. UF traces its beginnings to a small
seminary in 1853 and is now one of the largest universities in the nation,
with more than 50,000 students. For more information, please consult the UF
homepage at http://www.ufl.edu.

  
GEORGE A. SMATHERS LIBRARIES

The libraries of the University of Florida form the largest information
resource system in the state of Florida. The UF Libraries consist of seven
libraries; six are in the system known as the George A. Smathers Libraries at
the University of Florida. The libraries hold over 5,800,000 print volumes,
8,100,000 microfilms, 630,000 e-books, 121,016 full-text electronic journals,
889 electronic databases, 1,300,000 documents and 766,000 maps and images. The
libraries have built a number of nationally significant research collections,
including the Latin American, Judaica, Florida History, Children's Literature,
and Maps and Imagery Collections. The Smathers Libraries are a member of the
Association of Research Libraries (ARL), the Center for Research Libraries
(CRL), the Association of Southeastern Research Libraries (ASERL), and
LYRASIS. The library staff consists of more than 400 FTE librarians,
technical/clerical staff and student assistants.

  
COMMUNITY

Gainesville, Florida and the surrounding community are home to approximately
240,000 people and both the University of Florida and Santa Fe
College. Situated just over an hour from the Gulf of Mexico
and the Atlantic Ocean, the city is surrounded by over 40 nature parks,
including many spring-fed lakes and rivers. In 2007, Gainesville was ranked as
the "Best Place to Live and Work" by Frommer's Cities Ranked and Rated and as
one of the "Best Places to Live and Play" by National Geographic Adventure.
Gainesville is known as an innovative municipal government and an innovative
city. Gainesville continues to receive national recognition as a top-rated
city. Some of Gainesville's accolades are listed at the Gainesville Awards and
Recognition link. A recent article in Florida Trend Magazine offers an in
depth Community Portrait of Gainesville and the University of Florida.
Gainesville was featured in the Top 100 Best Places to Love 2014 on
Livability, America's Best Places to Live & Visit. The area has numerous
cultural institutions and is a haven for sports fans. Jacksonville, Orlando,
Tampa, Tallahassee, and St. Augustine are all within a two hour drive.

  
BENEFITS

Vacation days, paid holidays, and sick leave days; retirement plan options;
insurance benefits; tuition fee waiver program; no state or local income tax.
Prospective employees should review the information about employment and
benefits at UF available at http://www.hr.ufl.edu/training/neo/default.asp.

  
APPLICATION PROCESS

The University of Florida is an Affirmative Action, Equal Opportunity Employer
and encourages applications from women and minority group members. We are
dedicated to the goal of building a culturally diverse and pluralistic
environment; we strongly encourage applications from women, members of
underrepresented groups, individuals with disabilities, and veterans. As part
of the application process, applicants are invited to complete an on-line
confidential and voluntary demographic self-disclosure form which can be found
at: http://www.hr.ufl.edu/job/datacard.htm. This information is collected by
the University of Florida's Office of Human Resources to track applicant
trends and is in no way considered by the Smathers Libraries in the selection
process.

  
If you are interested in this position please apply online at
http://jobs.ufl.edu/postings/58041

  
For further details about this position please contact Tina Marie Litchfield
at (352) 273-2595.



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