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Job: Library Systems Administrator at American University

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Summary/Objective

The Library Systems Administrator is the technical expert and senior administrator, developer and product manager for the University Library’s Ex Libris cloud-based library unified services platform serving the entire campus community.  This position provides managerial leadership in planning, implementing, and executing integrated library automation systems, applications, and technology services that enable the Library’s efficient operations and effective strategic initiatives.  In addition, this position builds and maintains connections between the library’s cloud-based unified services platform and other service platforms and/or electronic services. This position builds and inspires effective teams within the University Library's organization, serving as a strategic project manager of working groups that include personnel from several Library units and may include campus partners, stakeholders and vendors. The position works closely with the Office of Information Technology (OIT) and external IT partners, particularly within the Washington Research Libraries Consortium (WRLC), which include nine area academic libraries to coordinate, develop, and implement services and systems. 

Required Education and Experience

An accredited ALA Master’s degree in library and information science or equivalent degree and experience in library systems administration
Minimum of four (4) years of professional experience in the management and maintenance of computing systems in an academic library
Experience developing and managing library automation systems in a collaborative environment (Alma, Primo required)
Proficiency with web scripting languages, APIs, system interoperability, and other tools (e.g., AngularJS, OAI-PMH, SWORD, Python, Perl, PHP, JavaScript, Unix shell scripting)
Working knowledge of bibliographic and metadata tools (e.g. MARC records, BIBFRAME, Dublin Core, EAD, OpenURL, link resolvers, knowledge bases
Knowledge of web accessibility standards and usability practices
Demonstrated knowledge of issues and trends related to information technology
Strong analytical skills for complex software and/or hardware issues
Ability to recommend and support decisions on process and workflow changes; experience with open source software, applications, web tools and new technology
Ability to apply Incident, Problem, and Change Management processes to assigned work projects
Ability to troubleshoot and resolve complex system-related technical problems, implement or recommend corrective measures and provide end-user support
Ability to perform project management activities such as work breakdown, resource estimating, project planning, tracking/oversight, scheduling tasks, negotiating deliverables, project administration and status reporting
Demonstrated high customer service, diplomacy and professionalism
Experience managing successful short and long terms projects in a collaborative team environment
Experience training others and interacting with stakeholders across the Library and/or externally
Excellent interpersonal skills that reflect a commitment to inclusion and the ability to develop strong working relationships with a dynamic and diverse community 
Demonstrated excellent skills to effectively communicate technical information in a clear and understandable manner to diverse audiences
Demonstrated utilization of iterative improvement cycles to maximize user quality experiences
Ability to lead team members, contract support personnel and others assigned on a project basis, which includes planning and setting goals; monitoring progress; and providing coaching, guidance and feedback

Preferred Education and Experience

Experience in evaluating product or program management, usability and interface design, assessment, software development, advanced work with Integrated Library System products (ILS, LSP, or other institutional repository platforms), system administration, academic libraries or consortia
Advanced knowledge of the methods and practices associated with multiple areas of academic libraries
Experience in library consortia
Experience working within Alma’s Network Zone architecture


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