Southern Region

The Southern region includes Maryland, District of Columbia, Delaware, Virginia, West Virginia, Kentucky, North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee, Georgia, Alabama, Mississippi, Arkansas, Louisiana, Texas, Florida


Learning Technologies Librarian, Austin Presbyterian Theological Seminary
Austin, TX



For more information:  https://www.austinseminary.edu/page.cfm?p=2925



Systems Librarian, Georgetown University
Washington, DC


Coordinator, Digital Library Service, Florida Virtual Campus
Gainesville, FL



Database and Metadata Management Coordinator, Fondren Library, Rice University

Houston,TX



Implementation Consultant, EnvisionWare, Inc
Duluth, GA



Sr. UNIX Systems Administrator, University Libraries, Virginia Tech
Blacksburg, VI


Programmer Analyst I, University Library - Texas State University

San Marcos, TX






The University Library at Texas State University is seeking qualified applicants for the position of Programmer Analyst I. Reporting to the Head of Digital and Web Services, this position performs online technical work involving general web programming support, assists in the evaluation, selection, installation, and maintenance of specialized application software for the University Library, and works closely with team members to understand requirements that drive the analysis and design of quality online technical solutions.



Responsibilities

Provide support for online digital projects through advanced web page development and scripting for online library and academic technology systems and other digital platforms using various languages and protocols. Provide configuration, upgrade, and troubleshooting support for library applications running on Virtual Machines. Work with University IT and outside contractors to modify online digital collections. Create and modify XMLUI themes for the library by editing XML, CSS files on Dspace test server.

Provide support for Dspace functions such as batch editing, uploading, and exporting objects and metadata. Investigate new applications, install and test prototypes on Virtual Machines. Work with IT to move prototypes to production environments. Maintain effective communications with stakeholders.  Provide clear and effective documentation. Conduct benchmarking and feedback with vendors, customers, and other peers. Pursue professional development activities to improve knowledge, skills, and abilities with regards to online libraries and online web applications. Perform other duties and functions as needed.  Perform multiple, complex, self-directed tasks and activities.



Required qualifications:


Online portfolio with links to professional web development and design work.
Customer service orientation; interpersonal and oral communication skills; ability to work creatively, collaboratively, and effectively, both as a team member and independently; troubleshooting skills; project management skills; ability to multitask and complete deliverables on time for complex tasks; knowledge of a variety of  programming, scripting, and markup languages (java, C++, python, Ruby, JavaScript, php, perl, sql, xslt, HTML, HTML5, XHTML, XML, CSS); knowledge of operating systems (Linux, Macintosh, Windows) and RDBMS (MySQL, MSSQL, PostgreSQL); innovative thinking including the ability to utilize existing components, tools, and resources in new, creative, and effective ways; ability to deliver effective presentations.



Desired qualifications

Degree(s) or certification(s) related to IT web development or design; working knowledge and/or experience with digital library, online archives or institutional repository production and development, Adobe Creative Suite, and Web and design applications; knowledge of online library and academic technology systems including Ebsco Discovery Service, Sierra, Dspace and library applications including ILLiad, Eres, Alkek Web Server, Ezproxy and ArchivesSpace; knowledge of Texas State computing environment.

Working environment/Description of institution: Texas State University – San Marcos has recently been reclassified as an Emerging Research University by the Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board. The University’s 35,000 students choose from 96 bachelor’s, 86 master’s and 12 doctoral degree programs offered by the following colleges: Applied Arts, McCoy College of Business Administration, Education, Fine Arts and Communication, Health Professions, Liberal Arts, Science and Engineering, University College and the Graduate College. As an Emerging Research University, Texas State offers opportunities for discovery and innovation to faculty and students.

Salary and benefits: Salary commensurate with qualifications and experience.  Benefits include monthly contribution to health insurance/benefits package and retirement program. No state or local income tax.
Deadline for applying: 10/1/14



Application instructions: Apply online at http://jobs.hr.txstate.edu.  For further information: http://jobs.hr.txstate.edu 


Geosciences and Maps Librarian, University of Arkansas
Fayetteville, AR

For more info visit http:libinfo.uark.edu/humanresources/empopps.asp.


Emerging Technologies Librarian, University of Maryland, Baltimore - Health Sciences and Human Services Library
Baltimore, MD


Audiovisual Archivist, University of Arkansas
Fayetteville, AR


Business Librarian, University of Arkansas
Fayetteville, AR


User Experience Librarian, University of Arkansas
Fayetteville, AR


Web Services Librarian, University of Alabama Libraries
Tuscaloosa, AL