APPLICATIONS ANALYST - JOURNEY:
Library Systems Department
Working Title: Applications Analyst
Essential Skills, Knowledge and Abilities
Position Number: 61075
Pay Band Range: $40,294 - $99,903
HIRING RANGE: $62,408 - $65,000
Closing Date: February 22, 2013
The successful candidate will have good communication skills, the demonstrated ability to work in a team environment to complete projects and the ability to work collaboratively with stakeholders and other members of the department to solve problems. Using strong analytic skills and grounded in a sense of service, the Analyst will help define and create forward thinking solutions to some of the systems issues currently confronting academic libraries. These solutions emphasize sustainable systems. They will be influenced by a strong preference for using and extending existing systems (locally developed, open source, and licensed). They will be integrating in nature. They will emphasize abstraction, taking advantage of and building lightweight APIs, and a RESTful approach to information systems architecture.
Description of Duties
The University Library at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill is seeking an applications analyst to join the Application Development Team in the Library Systems department.
The Applications Analyst documents code and workflow, and manages development within a versioning system. Interface design will emphasize usability and accessibility. The Analyst should be comfortable working with a team that is moving toward agile methodologies.
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.
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
An Equal Opportunity Employer