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The University of Missouri - Columbia is seeking a Programmer Analyst who, as a member of Library Technology Services, will provide programming support to the UM System Libraries. Analyze, implement and support computer systems that distribute library data between systems. Work to improve though programmatic means, workflows for the libraries of MU, MS&T, UMKC, and UMSL, of the University of Missouri System (UM System libraries).
Independently or as a team perform programming and analyze work to automate/improve operating processes, capture and report needed information, automate modeling/forecasting routines, etc., using appropriate technology.
Apply judgment in devising program logic in selecting and adapting standard programming procedures; resolve problems and deviations according to established practices and obtain advice where precedents are unclear or unavailable.
Assess complexity of user requests and prepare cost and time estimates for project development. May conduct detailed feasibility studies in order to determine the need for requested systems or modifications to existing systems. Develop a project plan and production schedule for approved requests.
Maintain appropriate documentation on assigned systems or programs. Prepare detailed flowcharts, block diagrams machine instructions and documentation on data processing systems for use as a permanent record and future reference by users and supporting Information Technology personnel.
Good communication skills. - Able to talk about complex technical issues with non-programmers and understand their perspective.
Experience in an (object-oriented) programming and or scripting language.
Basic Linux server administration
Competency with relational databases.
Version control in a team environment (git or similar)
B.S. Computer Science or B.S. with related experience
Experience working in a library
Experience with an integrated Library System. We are using III’s Sierra
Experience working with Islandora and or Dspace
Some insight into not-relation databases, such as Apache SOLR
Experience with metadata standards such as MARC DC, and MODS
For additional information and to apply, see Job Opening ID #28642 online at https://hrs.missouri.edu/find-a-job/staff and Click on the link for Prospective Employees.
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