Sys Programmer/Developer II
Location Riggs Hall
Full/Part Time Full-Time
Regular/Temporary Temporary - Time Limited
Serves as senior technical consultant to the College of Engineering, Computing and Applied Sciences and Campbell Graduate Engineering Facility. Performs analysis, system installation, software and hardware maintenance, audio and visual equipment installation, network administration, PDA and smartphone installation and administration. Maintains research, administrative, instructional and lab computers. Performs other duties as assigned.
50% - Essential - Manage Systems: Directs and coordinates the acquisition, installation, management, and operations of computing infrastructure equipment including Linux-based servers and workstations. Develop documentation and training programs for use of the equipment as required for faculty, students and staff. Plans, documents, and manages all service contracts and upgrades as needed while minimizing system downtime. Diagnoses and resolves hardware and software problems. Develops and implements security, backup and disaster recovery plans for all equipment. Coordinates with local and main campus IT staff and faculty members to gather recommendations for software and hardware.
25% - Essential - Supervises and Directs: Supervises additional IT staff members in the department. Ensures staff members have direction and are aware of best security practices and are capable of teaching those practices to the faculty, staff and students they work with. Provides technical projects for the staff members to complete to provide a better experience for the department as a whole.
10% - Essential - User and Technical Support: Ensures faculty, staff, and students have the necessary technology resources, including computer labs, virtual machines, shared data storage, web sites, and other technology infrastructure.
10% - Essential - Remote campus support: Provides technical support and service to VTC conference systems for remote conferencing to satellite campuses. Facilitate purchasing and installation of replacement/new VTC systems.
5% - Essential - Work closely with other IT groups on campus to leverage Clemson's IT infrastructure, ensuring that all practices follow the policies and procedures in place at the University.
A high school diploma and work experience in the modification and maintenance of system programs, the design and development of system software, or the testing and debugging of system software. An associate's degree or a bachelor's degree in a related field may be substituted for the required work experience.
Firm Job Knowledge - Firm working knowledge of concepts, practices and procedures and ability to use in varied situations
Acts as Lead - Acts as a Lead by guiding the work of others who perform essentially the same work.
No Budget Responsibilities - No fiscal responsibility for the department's budget.
Standard Hrs: 37.5; Band: 06 $50,801.00 - $61,246.00
Employees who are in time limited positions will earn one and one-quarter days of Annual and Sick Leave per month for a total of thirty (30) days per year. Eligible part-timers will earn days on a pro rata basis.
June 9, 2017
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