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Publishing/Web Services Developer*

The State University of New York (SUNY) at Geneseo, Milne Library, seeks 
a Publishing/Web Services Developer. This is full-time, 12-months position.

Under the direction of the Head of the Information Technology Services 
Department, this individual is responsible for the coordination and 
development of new applications and web services, as well as maintenance 
of existing ones, in ASP.NET <http://ASP.NET> and other frameworks to 
support the work of Milne Library and the College.

This position has a significant role in the planning and implementation 
of publishing, web services and digital projects initiatives that are 
transforming teaching, learning, research and scholarship. Some of these 
initiatives include the IDS Project ( 
<>), Digital Thoreau ( 
<>) and a range of projects & services that 
utilize digital library systems and publishing platforms (including IR+, 
Omeka, Open Journal System, Open Conference System, Drupal, WordPress, 
CreateSpace and other commercial publishing services).

This individual will work collaboratively with others to plan, develop 
and implement systems that meet the requirements of the initiatives; and 
provide technical support to the IDS Project, Assessment Team and Web 
Team. Performs other duties as required.

The Publishing/Web Services Developer is a key position for the design 
and management of Library’s online environment and publishing services, 
a strategic area for growth and innovation for Milne Library.  This 
developer will provide programming expertise, some systems 
administration and support for a wide range of web and publishing systems.

Description of Responsibilities:

 1. Plan, develop, test, implement and document new web applications for
    library programs and initiatives
 2. Analyze, modify and maintain existing applications
 3. Install, configure and maintain software programs on networked servers
 4. Assist with managing IIS and windows servers
 5. Work collaboratively with others in and outside of the Library
 6. Provide technical support to Library teams

Required Qualifications:

  * BA/BS in Computer Science, Web Development, Information
    Architecture, or related field
  * Minimum of 2 years of experience in web development/programming in
    ASP.NET <http://ASP.NET> (C# or VB.NET <http://VB.NET>)
  * In-depth knowledge and experience of web programming, including
    demonstrated abilities with scripting and web programming utilizing:
      o HTML, XHTML and CSS
      o XML, XSLT or XQuery
      o JavaScript or jQuery
  * Strong knowledge and experience with
      o Databases: MS SQL and MS Access
      o Web Service technologies: REST, JSON or APIs
  * Demonstrated willingness to collaborate and share expertise, ability
    to work in teams and negotiate solutions with diverse groups
  * Proven ability to take initiative and communicate goals and
    challenges, including the ability to convey complex technical
    information to participants with varied technical skills
  * Strong commitment to customer service
  * Demonstrated flexibility and willingness to work in a demanding and
    high volume environment
  * High degree of self-direction, goal setting, prioritization skills,
    and the ability to manage multiple projects
  * Excellent interpersonal, oral and written communication skills
  * Attention to detail
  * Strong analytical skills

Preferred Qualifications:

  * Experience working with HTML 5.0 and CSS 3
  * Experience working with PHP, MySQL and LUA
  * Experience working with Drupal, Open Journal Systems (OJS), Open
    Conference Systems (OCS) and Open Monograph Press (OMP)
  * Experience working with LMS (e.g.: Angel, Blackboard)
  * Experience in developing mobile apps
  * Experience in managing projects using Project Management principle
  * Experience working with graphic design software (e.g.: Adobe
    Creative Suite Design)
  * Experience with Human Computer Interaction, user-centered design
    principles and conducting usability testing
  * Experience working in an academic environment
  * Familiar with working with software development teams and with the
    software development cycle

Minimum salary is $45,000, includes comprehensive SUNY benefits package.

To apply, visit <> and 
submit an on-line professional application, cover letter, resume, 
contact information for at least three professional references and 
transcripts (unofficial accepted until employment offer). For full 
consideration apply by November 9, 2012. All applicants are subject to 
drug and criminal background checks.

SUNY Geneseo is a highly selective public liberal arts college with a 
rich tradition of academic excellence. It is consistently ranked among 
the best public undergraduate institutions in the country. The campus of 
approximately 5,000 students is located in the historic village of 
Geneseo in the beautiful Finger Lakes region of Western New York, 
conveniently located close to the city of Rochester.

SUNY Geneseo is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity, Equal Access 
Employer committed to recruiting, supporting, and fostering a diverse 
community of outstanding faculty staff, and students. The College 
actively seeks applications from women and members of underrepresented 

Corey Ha
Head of ITS, Milne Library
SUNY Geneseo
1 College Circle
Geneseo, NY 14454

Kate Pitcher
Head, Technical Services & Collection Development
Milne Library @ SUNY Geneseo
Ph: 585-245-5064
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Kate Pitcher
Head, Technical Services & Collection Development
Milne Library @ SUNY Geneseo
Ph: 585-245-5064
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