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Hi Dan,

This looks like a great job. If there's a possibility of Java or related
technologies, I suggest you post it on the JUG Jobs mailing list at
http://groups.yahoo.com/group/orlandojugjobs
I bet the community would love the opportunity.

Regards,

Michael Levin
<http://www.mikelevin.net>
On 8/29/07, Dan Stoner <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
>
> The Florida Museum of Natural History at the University of Florida is
> hiring a Lead Software Developer to become chief wrangler of code
> related to our natural history collections.
>
> This is a TEAMS position at the University of Florida, which means it
> includes benefits such as Health Insurance, Retirement, and
> vacation/sick days.  The museum has a casual work environment.
>
> Despite the UF hiring freeze, we will be able to hire this position.
>
> All Applications MUST be submitted through the UF jobs site:
> http://jobs.ufl.edu
>
> Please extend this job posting to people in your IT professional network.
>
> Thanks!
>
>   Dan Stoner
>   Network Administrator
>   Florida Museum of Natural History
>   University of Florida
>   (352)392-1721 ext. 233
>   http://www.flmnh.ufl.edu
>
>
> ======================================================================
> All Applications MUST be submitted through the UF jobs site:
> http://jobs.ufl.edu
>
> Requisition Number:  0703629
> Classification Title:  IT EXPERT
> Working Title:  Software Development Lead
> Position Number         00006635
>
> Salary:
> Expected starting salary range is $36,159 to $50,000 annually,
> commensurate with qualifications and experience.
>
> Job Type:  Full-time
> Job Category:  TEAMS
> Work Location:  Main Campus (Gainesville)
> Department:  56022600-NH-BIO INFORMATICS
> College/Unit:  FLORIDA MUSEUM NATURAL HISTORY (56000000)
>
>
>
> Job Description:
>
> The Florida Museum of Natural History seeks a software development lead
> for its natural sciences and anthropology collections. This position
> will be involved with development and maintenance of collection
> databases, including backend database design and implementation as well
> as standards-based GUI development.
>
>
> Responsibilities Include:
>
> 1. Database development and maintenance for natural history collections.
> 2. Manage other programmers and projects.
> 3. Develop new tools for database interoperability.
>
>
> Minimum Requirements:
>
> A high school diploma and four years of any combination of relevant
> experience, education and/or certification. The level of expertise and
> skill required to qualify for a position in this classification is
> generally attained through combinations of education and experience in
> the field. While such employees commonly have a bachelor's or higher
> degree, no particular academic degree is required.
>
> A criminal background check will be conducted.
>
>
>
> Preferred Qualifications:
>
> Applicants should be comfortable in a multi-platform environment
> (Windows, Linux and Mac), and should have working knowledge of the
> following (in no particular order):
> - ASP
> - Microsoft Access and VB script or VBA
> - SQL
> - PHP
> - HTML and CSS
> - stored procedures
>
> Prefer knowledge in at least one of the following:
> - Microsoft SQL Server, MySQL, PostgreSQL
>
> Experience with Linux, Ajax, Ruby, Rails or XML is a plus. Knowledge of
> basic biology and/or anthroplogy terminology is a plus. Communication
> skills are extremely important. The holder of this position must be able
> to communicate complex computer science concepts to non-computer
> scientists. Supervisory experience is a plus.
> Special Instructions to Applicants
>
>
> Job Close Date  09-14-2007
> ======================================================================
>