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Job: Web Application Developer at Pennsylvania State University

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Web Application Developer
Pennsylvania State University
University Park, PA

Programmer/Analyst Level 4 (Web Applications Developer)

  
Campus: University Park

Work Unit: University Libraries

Department: Department for Information Technologies (I-Tech)

  
The Penn State University Libraries Department for Information Technologies
(I-Tech) is seeking a creative and energetic individual to fill the position
of Web Applications Developer. The successful candidate will lead the design
and development of applications that provide and enhance discovery of library
resources, and contribute to other technology initiatives including digital
library support, website components and web architecture. This role requires
creativity and a commitment to the design, development, and implementation of
solutions that maximize user experience and provide seamless resource
discovery.

  
This position is an opportunity to engage with open source communities and
participate in building and enhancing a DevOps and agile development culture
across the Libraries. The successful candidate will work collaboratively with
library colleagues as well as colleagues at Penn State and beyond to evaluate
emerging academic and library web and discovery technologies.

  
The successful candidate will be an energetic self-starter, curious and
excited about supporting discovery applications in a dynamic environment. He
or she will be willing and able to independently research, learn, and quickly
obtain new skills, and will serve as a team member in a collaborative
environment, leading and mentoring colleagues in emerging web application
technologies and languages. Active participation on Libraries' and university
committees, project teams, relevant professional organizations and
professional development activities is expected.

  
**REQUIRED QUALIFICATIONS**  
  
Education and Experience:

  
The position requires a Bachelor's degree or higher plus eight or more years
of work related experience, or an equivalent combination of education and
experience. A degree in computer or information science is strongly preferred.

  
Technical Skills:

• Proficiency in developing and implementing complex web applications using
frameworks such as Ruby on Rails, Django or Angular JS

• Proficiency in search/indexing and information retrieval technology (e.g.,
Apache Solr, ElasticSearch)

• Experience with Linux operating system, including scripting and
installing/supporting Rails in Linux OS

• Experience with version control, test-driven development and continuous
integration techniques, i.e., DevOps

• Experience in participating in and contributing to open source development
projects

  
  
Competencies:

• Excellent communication skills and ability to work in a collaborative
environment

• Ability to learn new technical skills quickly

• Flexibility, adaptability, intellectual curiosity

• Commitment to responsive and innovative service

• Commitment to diversity

  
**PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS**  
  
• Experience with object-oriented programming languages such as Ruby, Python,
PHP, Java, etc.

• Experience working with XML, including XML transformations

• Working knowledge of various metadata standards and programming frameworks

• Experience with APIs and web services

• Experience with Drupal

• Experience in adapting emerging technologies to new domains

• Experience in planning and leading technical projects, including
requirements gathering

• Knowledge of or experience in libraries and library systems



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