This External position is for UCD/UCDHS employees and the general public. Applications from the general public and UCD/UCDHS employees will be considered simultaneously.The Sociology Department is an academic department in the Division of Social Sciences, College of Letters & Science, and has an academic mission of research and teaching. The department is composed of 28 faculty, 70 Ph.D. students, approximately 800 undergraduate majors, 9 support staff and 6 student assistants.
Responsibilities: This position serves as assistant and backup to the lead Systems Administrator and is responsible for the department website, and provides high-level technical computer and network support to members of the department.
Requirements: Demonstrated experience in operating systems software, for the installation, configuration, administration and maintenance of Windows and Macintosh workstations as well as Linux and Windows-based servers. Demonstrated experience in the use of microcomputer hardware and components, both in functionality and intercompatability between related systems. Installation, configuration, administration and maintenance of microcomputers workstation peripheral devices, including but not limited to CD-ROM, tape drives, cartridge drives, scanners, AV equipment, and printers; ability to configure operating software and drivers and integrate these pieces into existing or new systems Skills to create web pages using HTML. Experience using relational database management systems and SQL. Ability to develop web-based application programs of moderate complexity using at least one of the following languages; C, C++, Java, PHP, Perl, Python. Knowledge of PC and networking software, hardware, standards and security. Familiarity with TCP/IP protocols and operations. Demonstrated experience with application software, such as word-processing, database management and spreadsheets, including, but not limited to Microsoft Office, virus detecting software; UCD administrative software including but not limited to: BANNER, DaFIS, IAIS, PPS, Data Warehouse preferred. Ability to install, upgrade, use and configure software and diagnose related problems. Skills to apply systems analysis and diagnostic concepts/tools and routines, anti-virus software and network utility, both to hardware and software problems. Skills to develop, design, produce, and present technical or informational documentation for use in formal or casual training sessions. Ability to develop and maintain record-keeping systems. Supplemental Requirements: Supplemental requirements that must be provided by the final filing date: Programmer/Computer Supplemental Form Required. Special Conditions of Employment: This position is a critical position and subject to a background check. Employment is contingent upon successful completion of background investigation including criminal history and identity check. Employee is personally responsible for following health and safety guidelines/instructions. Non smoking work environment. Restricted vacation during peak periods. Work hours outside standard 8AM-5PM schedule. Work occasional evenings/nights. Work occasional varied lunch hours. Work overtime and occasionally on weekends as needed, usually on short notice to meet operational needs. Employee is personally responsible for upholding the Principles of Community in all interactions. Physical Requirements: Position requires lifting up to 50 lbs. Position requires climbing over and under desks, and maneuvering in small spaces.