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Job: Web Developer II at Tulane University (Howard-Tilton Memorial Library)

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Summary
The Web Developer II designs, develops, codes, tests, implements, and manages innovative and complex web-based applications for discovering, accessing, and using library resources and services.  S/he gathers requirements, writes code and APIs, maintains documentation, and creates web design and layout.  S/he is responsible for collaborating with Tulane Technology Services to maintain various local and cloud based servers.

REQUIRED KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, ABILITIES/COMPETENCIES TYPICALLY NEEDED TO PERFORM THIS JOB SUCCESSFULLY: 

Leadership skills
Project management skills
Solid understanding of current web standards as recommended by W3C including accessibility standards and cross browser issues
Ability to program in XML, PHP, JavaScript, XSLT, Ruby, Python, C++,  XML, JSON, JQuery, AJAX and Java
Ability to design effective UI/UX using HTML5, CSS3 and Adobe Creative Suite
Ability to work with open source products such Drupal, Python, Fedora, Coral and/or DSpace
Ability to design relational databases using MySQL, Oracle and SQL specifically related to library content exchange
Ability to work in a LAMP (Linux, Apache, MySQL, and PHP) or Tomcat environment
Ability to develop secure applications, use robust authentication, access control, use encryption, and use other technologies as appropriate to ensure the integrity and security of sensitive information
Knowledge of text search engines such as Solr, and the underlying Lucene engine
Skilled in modeling techniques as a tool for application design and development
Ability to trouble-shoot complex code designs written by multiple developers, reverse engineering, identifying incompatibilities and providing alternatives for improved design and performance
Ability to research and recommend emerging applicable technologies, platforms, toolsets and APIs for academic libraries
Ability to initiate and maintain cooperative relationships with colleagues
Ability to work both independently and collaboratively
Excellent organization and time management skills and ability to meet deadlines.
Excellent written and interpersonal communication skills with both technical and non-technical personnel
Ability to function fully and competently at technology competency Levels I, II and III outlined in Core Technology Competencies for Howard-Tilton Memorial Library Employees

Required Qualifications

High school diploma or equivalent
Two years of web development experience

Preferred Qualifications

Bachelor's degree in computer science or related field
2+ years of proven success as team leader/project manager
Experience using MVC frameworks, Object Oriented Programming, and version control workflows
Experience with analytical and web tracking tools for site usage
Experience working in an academic library
Familiarity with Ex Libris products such as Voyager, MetaLib and Primo
Familiarity with digital library projects


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