Application Support Analyst
University of California, Riverside - Riverside, CA

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Position Information
Under general direction from the Infrastructure and Security Manager of Application Support, provide support for campus instructional, administrative and research systems.

Support will include traditional systems administration and application development, including both custom development and development working with vendor supplied software and database systems.

Minimum Requirements
Education and/or experience equivalent to a bachelor's degree in Computer Science or related field.

Demonstrated ability to program in any of the following programming languages: Java, PERL, Ruby, Python or PHP.

Knowledge of web application environments including Apache, Tomcat and IIS.

Knowledge of security issues relating to enterprise systems, including operating system management, hardware-based and host-based firewalls.

Demonstrated ability to administer Unix operating systems such as Linux (RHEL variants or Ubuntu) or Oracle Solaris.

Familiarity with Windows server operating systems such as Windows Server 2008.

Knowledge of modern TCP/IP based networks and the implications and issues of managing complex systems in a highly distributed environment.

Knowledge of virtualized environments running on VMWare.

Demonstrated ability to collaborate with individuals in the group as well as people outside the group to collectively and cooperatively develop, deploy and support enterprise-wide services.

Demonstrated good oral and written communication skills. Ability to establish collegial relationships with faculty and staff.

Preferred Qualifications
Knowledge of any of the various applications such as SharePoint, Blackboard, Exchange, Confluence, Citrix.

Familiarity with VMware vSphere.

Experience working in an academic environment.

Extensive demonstrated experience managing a variety of projects with varied time lines, priorities, and resources.

Education and/or experience equivalent to a master's degree in Computer Science or related field.

Unix systems administration experience within the University of California system.

Project design, development and implementation experience in an educational or public sector environment.

Demonstrated ability to manage MySQL servers.

Familiarity with system administration organizations such as Usenix and SAGE, as well as familiarity with network security agencies such as SANS and CERT.

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