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Job Ad: Service and Systems Integration Specialist, Hershey, PA

The Harrell Health Sciences Library at Penn State Hershey is seeking a service and systems integration specialist to support, in collaboration with university libraries, the implementation, integration, and maintenance of disparate library systems including ILLIAD interlibrary loan system, SIRSI integrated library system, Summon, 360 Link, proxy server, content management system, etc., and services such as digital signage, etc., available within the Penn State Hershey system. The integration specialist will configure or collaborate on the configuration of these systems.

Required: Bachelor’s degree or higher (computer science, information science, etc., preferred) or 4+ years of related experience or an equivalent combination of education and experience. Critical skills include: the ability to function effectively in a collaborative and respectful team environment, self-direction, and a facility for cross-departmental and cross-campus communications. Qualifications include: experience with data interchange and interoperability across a variety of systems including enterprise systems (preferably library systems and academic enterprise systems); knowledge of client server environments; ability to explain technical concepts to others; experience with common web tools (Perl, PHP, JavaScript, etc.) and building application programming interfaces (APIs); experience with access methods such as IP authentication and proxy servers; and strong project management, analytical, and problem-solving skills. When citing familiarity with specific tools and concepts in your resume and cover letter, please provide a context for how you used them and indicate your level of expertise.

Salary: $50,770, minimum, salary negotiable. To find a full description and to apply online, see job #40792 at Penn State is committed to affirmative action, equal opportunity, and the diversity of its workforce.

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