9452 - Lead Web Architect, Psychological and Brain Sciences
|Job Summary: Designs, develops, analyzes, evaluates, revises, and manages complex computing systems for laboratory sponsored computing applications and data management. Provides leadership from initial collaboration with the faculty PI and/or staff in the strategic planning and purchasing stages through information technology (IT) implementation, operations, and management of computing systems within the lab and affiliated or collaborating departments within the university. |
|Qualifications: Review your qualifications prior to applying to ensure that you meet the minimum qualifications for the position. Resume and cover letter required. |
REQUIRED: Bachelor's degree in computer science or a related field with heavy emphasis on computing and five years of experience that includes programming and network administration.
Professional knowledge of the concepts and principles of computer technology which provide the level of ability needed to perform assignments designed to provide applications of computer systems. This includes protocols for inter-process communications, resource allocation, macro languages, security, and files management features used in maintaining the operating system and networks. Demonstrated ability to communicate effectively one-to-one, in small groups and in public speaking contexts; and ability to manage and prioritize a complex and varied workload. Willingness to facilitate open and effective communication, cooperation and teamwork within and outside of one's own team.
Knowledge of computer system performance evaluation and management, including ability to apply basic trouble shooting procedures for personal computers, operating system management, and/or other commercial off the shelf or IU developed software used in a university office environment. Knowledge of data communications and networks management including design principles, installation, generation, configuration, maintenance, and/or modification of Local Area Networks (LANs) and Wide Area Networks (WANs).
Knowledge of the basic principles and practices of information resources management; and thorough knowledge of current web application programming and delivery standards. Ability to create applications and other tools to facilitate authoring activities by non-technical staff.
Preferred: Master's degree in computer science or a related field with heavy emphasis on computing.
Applications accepted until February 6, 2014, or until position is filled.