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The University of Tennessee is looking for a Computer Systems Specialist in Knoxville, TN.


The University of Tennessee is looking for a Computer Systems Specialist in Knoxville, TN. According to the post, “The Computer Systems Specialist (IT Administrator II) will be a member of the Digital Initiatives department within the University of Tennessee Libraries. It will report to the Associate Professor and Head, Digital Initiatives and will work both independently and collaboratively to analyze and develop specifications for complex library information systems and software using accepted systems analysis and programming techniques and procedures. In consultation with librarians and other library and university analysts, programmers, systems administrators, technical support staff, vendors, and end users, these system specifications will be utilized to customize, enhance, and extend library information system and software functionality.”


Qualifications for the position include: “Minimum 5 years experience in systems analysis and/or computer development/programming. Experience or knowledge of libraries. Mastery of at least two computer scripting/programming languages such as  Python, Java, Ruby, R, Perl, or PHP. Experience or knowledge of XML schemas or DTDs such as TEI, KML, or RDF. Demonstrated experience working with RESTful and / or SOAP based APIs. Experience or knowledge of an enterprise server environment. Experience or knowledge of database environments. Experience or knowledge of Web-based interface design. Ability to work on unique, one-of-a-kind projects. Ability to present complex technical information to non-specialists and a clear understanding of the perspectives and needs of scholars and researchers.”


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