SYSTEMS ANALYST - JOURNEY:
Library Systems Department
Working Title: Systems Administrator
Essential Skills, Knowledge and Abilities
Position Number: 56694
Pay Band Range: $41,593 - $88,477
HIRING RANGE: $56,469 - $61,413
Closing Date: November 7, 2012
The Systems Administrator must have effective oral and written communication skills and effective technical documentation skills and the ability to form and maintain effective working relationships with staff and users. The Systems Administrator must have the ability to work collaboratively with team members and external stakeholders to analyze system requirements for proposed projects, identify appropriate technology solutions to meet those requirements, and install/configure/maintain these technologies for local use. The successful candidate will have a high aptitude for troubleshooting and analysis of system problems and challenges. Required skills and experience include: Linux system installation and administration, networking, security, file system and storage partitioning, virtualization.
Description of Duties
Reporting to the Head of the Infrastructure, Architecture, and Administration (IAA) in the Library Systems Department, the Systems Analyst provides administrative and technical support for Linux and Unix systems in the University Library. They install and maintain operating system revisions and patches, install and configure server applications, manage users, troubleshoot problems, and monitor systems' security and availability. This position works with others on the IAA team to avoid service outages, strengthen workflow efficiencies, communicate configuration changes, and keep systems meeting functional specifications.
The Systems Analyst serves as a technical resource for digital library initiatives planning and implementation. They assist with the provisioning and management of NFS, iSCSI and fibre channel technologies. The position consults with systems department, library, and university wide technical staff and customers on current and proposed systems, applications, and procedures. They are responsible for installing, maintaining, and enhancing internal library administrative functions and in support of information management systems, using a variety of programming and markup languages and other appropriate tools. The Systems Analyst shows initiative in research and development of system utilities and procedures.
Minimum Education and Experience
Monday - Friday, 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
: The analyst band requires a foundation of knowledge and skills in area of specialization generally obtained from graduating from a four-year college or university with nine semester hours in programming and one year of experience in business application consulting or development. Experience in the field of work related to the position's role may be substituted on a year-for-year basis.
: Knowledge and demonstrated experience with system administration duties in a Linux environment. Work experience with Red Hat Enterprise Linux and shell scripting. Experience with kickstart, puppet or other deployment automation technologies, subversion or other version control software, and familiarity with network concepts including VLANs, multi-pathing, and link-aggregation.
To apply for SPA positions, use the Office of Human Resources ApplicantWeb online application system http://www.unc.edu/appweb/step1.html. The ApplicantWeb will guide you through the process of completing your application online. Applicants will be able to create and save applications, resumes and cover letters.
Positions are posted on the Library's web page until filled. For more information on application procedures, applicants may contact:
Office of Human Resources
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
104 Airport Drive, CB #1045
Chapel Hill, NC 27514
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