Systems Developer/Engineer - Sys Admin & Integration Coord
Summary of Duties:
Serves as a member of the Infrastructure Support Team, a service-oriented, team-based and results-driven unit of the OSU Libraries (OSUL) IT Division, which designs and manages the desktop and server environments that support, enhance, and extend the mission of OSUL; works cooperatively with other OSUL IT teams and other internal/external teams (including OCIO) to investigate, plan, and coordinate the implementation, deployment, and support of library systems and applications, including those provided by external vendors, to meet the service needs of OSUL; designs server and storage architecture for the Libraries’ suite of applications and systems, and works to ensure high performance of the applications and systems; responsible for server hardware, OS administration (RHEL 5,6,7), and systems management in cooperation with OSUL IT staff and OCIO staff; provides technical leadership for innovative data storage methods, technologies, and management; coordinates testing and deploys software to production systems; works closely with software developers to troubleshoot issues; provides scripting or light programming to automate server maintenance tasks; works within the framework of University OCIO security standards and guidelines; responsible for server security, including managing systems access, deploying software patches, preventing break-ins and other security problems, ensuring servers meet university security standards, monitoring logs, and advising developers on application security; manages OSUL Shibboleth services; creates and maintains detailed documentation for library systems and software in order to ensure ongoing support; develops detailed project documents with clear deliverables and timelines, and ensures timely completion of deliverables; performs high-level troubleshooting and responds to evening, weekend and holiday emergency service calls when on-call.
Bachelor’s degree in computer & information science or an equivalent combination of education and experience; demonstrated experience with Linux (RHEL 5 +): server, patch, and storage system management; Apache webserver; TomCat; PHP; log monitoring for security & performance issues, Splunk/Nagios; and hardware specification; experience with multi-host virtualization technology (VMWare); demonstrated strong analytical and problem solving skills; excellent interpersonal, oral & written communication skills; flexibility to work both independently and as part of a team.
Knowledge of library processes, procedures, and systems; experience in an academic library or university; experience coordinating software/system testing and deployment; demonstrated understanding of security issues to support server administration, such as VPNs, PFSense and juniper firewalls, secure private networks; demonstrated ability to take initiative and to document procedures; understand installation and configuration of Shibboleth.
To apply, please visit: https://www.jobsatosu.com, job opening 409600. Applications will be accepted through July 5, 2015.
Facilities Service Manager
Summary of Duties:
The Facilities Service Manager represents Libraries on all aspects of facilities projects including renovation, construction, space use planning, facilities improvements, new learning spaces, move management and others as assigned; identifies projects for capital and basic renovation requests; provides oversight for library physical operations and maintenance, library security functions and library mail services functions for multiple locations covering for approximately 450,000 square feet of POM and rental space; coordinates with the Assistant Director for Planning and Administration to ensure operational needs are met timely, efficiently and cost effectively; supervises three direct reports and four indirect reports in the completion of the functions listed above. In addition, has indirect responsibility for student workers in the above functions.
Bachelor’s Degree in Construction Management, Engineering or related field, or an equivalent combination of education/experience; experience in supervising direct reports in facilities/maintenance; excellent verbal and written communication skills; technical working knowledge of building mechanical systems (for example: HVAC, fire suppression, electrical, etc.); demonstrated experience as owner’s representative in facilities construction, renovation, space planning; demonstrated experience in being responsible for developing and implementing continuous improvement programs related to facilities and maintenance processes; minimum of three to five years maintenance/facilities management experience.
Ability to thoroughly review and recommend edits to constructions documents for alignment with original project scope and performance expectations; working knowledge of security/safety processes and relevant University policies/procedures/rules/regulations; experience with large facility renovation; prior responsibility for developing and managing large facilities/construction-related budgets; experience coordinating activities w/ architects, construction companies, vendors, etc.; experience reviewing design, construction and bid documents.
To apply, please visit: https://www.jobsatosu.com, job opening 409744. Applications will be accepted through July 12, 2015.