The Institute of Islamic Studies is hiring a Digital Network Officer to support the growing needs of its projects. Below is a copy of the job posting, but we encourage you to visit the original posting for all complete and latest details.
Digital Network Officer
Date Posted: 11/28/2022
Req ID: 28685
Faculty/Division: Faculty of Arts & Science
Department: Institute of Islamic Studies
Campus: St. George (Downtown Toronto)
Position Number: 00053442
The Faculty of Arts & Science is the heart of Canada’s leading university and one of the most comprehensive and diverse academic divisions in the world. The strength of Arts & Science derives from our combined teaching and research excellence in the humanities, sciences and social sciences across 29 departments, seven colleges and 46 interdisciplinary centres, institutes and programs.
We can only realize our mission with the dedication and excellence of engaged staff and faculty. The diversity of opportunities and perspectives within the Faculty reflect the local and global landscape and the need for curiosity, innovative thinking and collaboration. At Arts & Science, we take pride in our legacy of innovation and discovery that has changed the way we think about the world.
The Institute of Islamic Studies (IIS) at the University of Toronto incubates advanced research projects in the study of Islam and Muslims. A collaborative research space, the IIS brings together researchers from across disciplines, regional interests, and historical periods. Engaging research leaders, artists, public policy institutes, and community organizations, the IIS is an intellectual crossroad where people and ideas meet, develop, and transform.
Reporting to the Director, the Digital Network Officer supports the Institute’s projects and provides technical support for its digital ecosystems. The incumbent is responsible for implementing, administering, and troubleshooting digital network infrastructures of content and management systems in a gallery, library, archives, and museums (GLAM) setting; various formats of digital storage; and interconnectivity between different platforms, servers and systems. The position requires effective communication skills to facilitate working relationships between the IIS team, UofT technical support officers, third party vendors, and others. The Digital Network Officer will act as the technical lead for IIS’ Muslims in Canada Archives (MiCA).
Your responsibilities will include:
– Troubleshooting complex computer system problems
– Analyzing server and/or desktop performance data
– Planning components of projects
– Executing security measures for network devices and introducing variations as required
– Monitoring established key performance indicators of projects or products
– Analyzing technical operation activities and recommending changes for improvement
– Applying established standards when deploying software and hardware
– Creating complex and technical documentation and user support guides
– Bachelor’s Degree in information technology, data engineering, information science, digital archives management, library science or a comparable program or acceptable combination of equivalent experience.
– Minimum four (4) years of recent and related experience in network infrastructure and database support, preferably in a gallery, library, archives and museum (GLAM) environment.
– Experience in applying established standards when administering automated processes for server deployment.
– Demonstrated experience in monitoring and troubleshooting network performance issues.
– Demonstrated experience in performing system health checks and mitigation to meet software and security standards including encryption, patching and backup.
– Demonstrated experience in database programming for new and existing systems.
– Demonstrated experience in analyzing and writing program scripts to extract, reformat and analyze data.
– Demonstrated experience in creating documentation and guides for technical maintenance.
– Superior analytical, evaluative, and problem-solving abilities.
– Excellent oral and written communication skills, particularly the ability to communicate technical concepts to persons with limited technical backgrounds.
– Strong interpersonal skills.
– Experience with collections information systems, digital asset management systems in gallery, library, archives and museum (GLAM) environment.
– Experience with Access to Memory (AtoM), an archival description software.
To be successful in this role you will be:
– Problem solver
– Team player
Closing Date: 12/12/2022, 11:59PM ET
Employee Group: USW
Appointment Type: Budget – Continuing
Pay Scale Group & Hiring Zone:
USW Pay Band 12 — $71,842 with an annual step progression to a maximum of $91,875. Pay scale and job class assignment is subject to determination pursuant to the Job Evaluation/Pay Equity Maintenance Protocol.
Job Category: Information Technology (IT)
Lived Experience Statement
Candidates who are members of Indigenous, Black, racialized and 2SLGBTQ+ communities, persons with disabilities, and other equity deserving groups are encouraged to apply, and their lived experience shall be taken into consideration as applicable to the posted position.
All qualified candidates are encouraged to apply; however, Canadians and permanent residents will be given priority.
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