Systems Librarian

The University of Mary Washington invites applications for the position of Systems Librarian. The librarian in this position will work closely with the Web Services Librarian and with campus IT to support library enterprise systems, including Alma, Primo, ILLiad, and EZ Proxy. The incumbent will provide systems administration support for both locally hosted virtual servers and external cloud environments. As a member of the UMW Libraries team of collaborative, forward-looking staff, the Systems Librarian will explore new technologies and identify opportunities for their effective application, including the potential integration with other university and library systems. Responsibilities of this position are: Manages the library's integrated library system by monitoring system performance, troubleshooting issues, and providing training to library staff. Maintains system configurations to support library functions. Assists library staff in developing documentation and analytics for the system. Works with the Web Services Librarian to develop customizations to meet the needs of library staff and users. Manages other library enterprise systems, including ILLiad and EZ Proxy. Works with the staff in Archives and Special Collections to maintain functionality of Preservica, Digital Commons, and related archival applications. Provides desktop support for library staff for systems that are library-specific, and coordinates equipment maintenance and replacement with IT staff. Provides initial troubleshooting and support for library-specific equipment, including printers and scanners. Coordinates service on this equipment with vendors according to the terms of the service contracts. Coordinates support from university IT staff as needed for library systems and equipment. The University of Mary Washington seeks to enrich its academic environment by continuing to provide equal educational and employment opportunities. We actively encourage women, minorities, disabled individuals and veterans to apply. Required qualifications: ALA-accredited graduate degree or accredited graduate degree in another appropriate discipline. Experience working with academic library systems. Demonstrated ability to work with programming languages such as PHP, SQL, and Perl a