The Programmer Analyst II develops, manages, and maintains software applications which support Libraries' services and initiatives.
Identifies, designs, develops, implements, and revises enterprise software applications. Collaborates with library staff to identify opportunities for software development that will resolve issues or enhance services. Creates and tests scripts, programs, and/or web services to facilitate data migrations and ingest across diverse systems. Investigates existing open source applications upon expressed need of colleagues throughout the Libraries. Collaborates with LST staff to determine the feasibility of such applications and to develop implementation plans. Uses systems analysis tools to identify areas where the development or application of software solutions would result in an improved service. Provides system level troubleshooting. Maintains documentation related to developed applications, procedures, or system configurations within the Libraries. Ensures adherence with departmental and university policies. Participate in Library Systems & Technology Department activities pertaining to organization, management, task assignment, and strategic planning. Performs other duties assigned.
Bachelor's degree in computer science or related discipline. Two (2) years of experience in programming and analysis of software applications or the equivalent experience.
Internal Number: 13906
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