Under limited supervision, performs software front-end design, programming, and other tasks required for the ongoing maintenance and enhancement of Library Technologies (LT) software systems, primarily in support of digital media services delivery. Serves as high-level technical support resource for software systems, including the Avalon Media System, coordinating with librarians, local support providers, Avalon partners and adopting institutions, and other front-end support providers as needed, as well as with other LT technical staff. Diagnoses problems reported by users and makes and tests software code changes to correct problems. In the course of project development, develops the front-end for software programs; prepares technical documentation; improves processes and tools; collaborates with other institutions; and provides support.
One year of experience in XML and XML-related technologies. Proficient, hands-on experience with web markup, including HTML5 and CSS3; asynchronous request handling, partial page updates, and AJAX; cross-browser compatibility issues; and browser rendering behavior and performance. Experience providing technical support. Excellent verbal and written communication skills. Good interpersonal skills and ability to work as part of a team.
Working Conditions/Physical Demands:
Physical demands will be limited to moving computing equipment, running cables between equipment, and operating computers of various types. Most duties of this position will involve use of computers for long periods of time and require good mental concentration. This position is expected to work 8-5, Monday through Friday, a minimum of 40 hours per week.
Salary Plan: PAE
Salary Grade: 3IT
Department: LIBRARIES (BL-LIBR-IUBLA)
Internal Number: 45938
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