Programmer Analyst III (7300)
California Digital Library

The California Digital Library (CDL) is a collaborative effort of the
University of California designed to enable UC's libraries to continue to meet
the informational needs of UC's faculty and students in the 21st
century. The CDL assumes a leadership role in providing
digital content to the citizens of the State, develops systems that encourage
resource sharing, and provides for a focus for the development of strategies
and initiatives that guide the University's libraries through the transition
to the digital future.

Reporting to the Technical Lead, Digital Special Collections, the incumbent
participates in the Access Services Team responsible for the design and
maintenance of web sites and other systems that provide access to digital
resources held at the California Digital Library.

Bachelor's degree in computer science, information management or science, or a
related field or an equivalent combination of education and 5 or more years of
experience in information technology, which includes writing programs in C,
PERL, Java and Javascript in a production environment.

Demonstrated knowledge and experience with UNIX OS and shell scripting as well
as a thorough knowledge of and experience with database design and relational
databases (for example SQL, Sybase ASE and ASIQ) and of web-based

Demonstrated working knowledge of web protocols and CGI programming as well as
with web framworks (Spring, Ruby), and UI presentation tools such as JSTL, and

Demonstrated knowledge of user interface design, prototyping and web

Demonstrated knowledge of structured programming techniques.

Demonstrate knowledge of unit and regression testing.

Excellent interpersonal skills as demonstrated by the ability to interact with
others in a consistently positive manner, exercising discretion and tact.

Excellent oral communications skills which demonstrate the ability to
effectively convey and explain information, liaise with vendors and tactfully
deal with diverse people, situations and ideas.

Excellent written communications skills which demonstrate the ability to draft
clear, concise and specifications, documentation and reports.

Strong analytical skills as demonstrated by the ability to draw conclusions in
a logical, systematic way.

Demonstrated ability to plans assignments and monitor performance according to
priorities as demonstrated by regularly meeting established deadlines.

Demonstrated ability to perform competently under pressure, handling
interruptions and changes without losing productivity.

Demonstrated experience making extensive customizations to an open source PHP
publishing framework such as the Open Journal System (Preferred).

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