[TriLUG] Job Posting: Programmer
David A. Cafaro
dac at trilug.org
Wed Sep 13 12:39:08 EDT 2006
And yes we will hire you as well as "higher" you for our higher
education institution. Now you see why I'm not directly responsible
for the "higher" process... doh.
On Sep 13, 2006, at 11:58 AM, David A. Cafaro wrote:
> Hello all, thought some people may be interested in this.
> Georgetown University is currently looking to higher a developer
> for our Middleware group. This position is for an intermediate+
> developer. Here is the description:
> Job No: 2006-0927J
> Job Title: OIS-Middleware Systems Programmer
> Department: University Information Services
> Grade/Level: (11 * ) $ 42,799.00 -- $ 66,327.00
> Date Posted: September 07, 2006
> This position is responsible for application development in two
> areas;Internet2 Middleware (Shibboleth, Signet, Grouper)and
> computational systems for assisting research, mostly life-sciences
> (MPI/Parrallel code development, grids, bio-statistical analysis).
> This programmer may occasionally be assigned to scholarly systems
> projects (e.g., course management, single sign-on, streaming media,
> etc.) based on available grant funding. This position will gather
> requirements, design, implement and test such projects with an
> emphasis on the use of, and contributing back to, open-source
> components. The position will be responsible for security,
> availability, performance, recoverability, software installation,
> configuration, maintenance, and on-going improvement and technical
> Minimum Requirements: College with 3-5 years experience in:
> Software development with object oriented languages (e.g., Java, C+
> +); Software development with scripting languages (e.g., Perl,
> Python, Ruby); Web application development tools and frameworks
> (e.g., Tomcat, Struts, Ruby on Rails); Strong verbal and written
> skills; Single sign-on systems; and knowledge of one or more of the
> following disciplines preferred:
> a. Bioinformatics b. Biology c. Application/System Security d. Data
> representation, Statistics and numerical methods.
> Flexibility to work abnormal schedules.
> Please click on the below link for more information and for
> information on how to apply for the position:
> If you have any questions about this position fell free to send me
> an email, and I'll try and get answers for you. I'm not directly
> involved with the hiring process, but its a position for a group
> that I work with.
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