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Opportunity: Systems Administrator, Digital Project Development (#603) @ CSHL--Cold Spring Harbor, NY (US)
Submitted by Marjorie Ryan; posted on Thursday, May 27, 2010
Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory is seeking a Systems Administrator to lead the implementation of new national and international projects as well as maintain and enhance all existing library web-based, digital and electronic projects; Assist with the development and maintenance of new and existing proprietary and non-proprietary databases; perform server level duties and support the library’s hardware and software needs; Work and coordinate with the IT department to maintain system functionality and integrity; Participate in all Library and Archives digitization projects and act as a liaison with the IT department, our bioinformatics scientific community and external collaborators.

- M.S. in Computer Engineering and/or Computer Science and/or Informatics from an accredited university or a Ph.D. in the Lifesciences with a background in computing.

- Proficiency with Windows, Mac and Unix/Linux environments.

- Knowledge of HTML, XML, CSS, Javascript. Knowledge and interest in Web 2.0 applications a plus.

- Strong problem solving skills required.

- Ability to work independently and to communicate clearly with a team of staff librarians and archivists.

- Candidate must be creative, flexible and innovative with knowledge of current digital protocols and standards.

We offer a Competitive salary and comprehensive benefits package.

Please apply online at:

ARTICLE: Position# 603


Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory
1 Bungtown Rd.
Cold Spring Harbor, NY 11724

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