|January 19, 2024
|Clemson, South Carolina
|Cover Letter Requirements
|Education - Bachelor's Degree - Computer science or a related field and experience in computer system development and modification. Relevant experience may be substituted for a bachelor's degree on a year-for-year basis.
|Minimum Compensation in Local Currency
|Maximum Compensation in Local Currency
|Hourly or Salary?
Clemson Libraries seeks a Library Systems Engineer to lead the development, testing, implementation, and maintenance of complex systems architecture and applications design. The Library Systems Engineer develops and writes custom code to integrate with web applications and custom plugins; engineers and integrates all server solutions in AWS Cloud and on premises for library information systems in support of services and initiatives; and develops and ensures infrastructure documentation such as design and environment specifications, user and technical manuals, and process methodology. This position reports to the Head of Digital Strategies within the Division of Organizational Performance and Inclusion.
Systems Design (40%):
Assists and leads in defining architecture strategies and works collaboratively to research, design, engineer, and implement solutions in response to system requirements defined by business units within the Libraries. Prepares any necessary server specifications, system design diagrams, and other documentation. Communicates system designs and solution architectures to management and internal stakeholders.
Software Development and Systems Implementation (40%):
Directs software development and integrations for internal and external websites for the Libraries. Leads acquired systems implementations. Designs, develops, and implements all software tools, systems integrations, and data transformation utilities based on user requirements. Provides programming services for the Libraries¿ information systems, including but not limited to the websites, digital asset management systems (DAMS), digital preservation systems, library services platform, and custom programs. Develops and ensures infrastructure documentation such as design and environment specifications, user and technical manuals, and process methodology. Modifies existing solutions to adapt them to new and emerging technologies. Engages in assessment to improve and test user interfaces, specifically for usability and accessibility.
Server Administration (20%):
Engineers server solutions in AWS Cloud and on premises for library information systems in support of services and initiatives. Designs and develops specifications for server, security, and storage solutions to manage library data and websites. Builds and deploys Linux server instances in the Libraries¿ AWS cloud environment. Directs the configuration, upgrades, maintenances, and administers server assets. Regularly creates written training documentation. Other duties as assigned.
Education - Bachelor's Degree - Computer science or a related field and experience in computer system development and modification. Relevant experience may be substituted for a bachelor's degree on a year-for-year basis.
Salary: $81,400.00 - $102,000.00
Visit the Clemson Careers website to view the full job description and apply.
While dates may shift slightly, depending on search committee availability, here is an overview of the Library Systems Engineer search timeline:
- Applications open: Submit your application on the Clemson Careers website by February 2, 2024.
- Review and Selection: We'll review applications through early February. If shortlisted, expect to hear from us to schedule an on-campus interview to be held between February 12th and 16th.
- Final decision: The search committee will gather in late February to discuss interview results, identify the top candidate, and make their hiring recommendation. An offer will be extended before March 1st.
It's a great time to join Clemson University Libraries! We welcome talented individuals to our team. The ideal start date for the chosen candidate is between March18th and April 1st, 2024.