JOB: IS Programmer Analyst, Web Services, San Francisco Public Library

The San Francisco Public Library has a Web Services opening for a 1062 IS Programmer Analyst. Learn more at 1062 IS Programmer.

Under general direction, the 1062 IS Programmer Analyst will work with staff in other Library divisions to develop, implement and maintain new and existing web applications on the Library’s public website and on the Staff Intranet; Oversee the configuration, operation, development, and use of library application platforms; Conducts analyses of user needs, library processes, and workflows, and manages projects to improve efficiencies, enhance productivity, improve information reporting, and automate manual processes using applicable applications; Develops and maintains an organizational schema for library documents on the Intranet, including defining and managing metadata, permissions, and retention cycles; Designs and develops new functionality to meet the needs of virtual library users; Develops and implements Security and Permissions aspects of Content Management System, related databases, intranet platforms and applications; Contributes to documentation to inform staff users of virtual library technologies; Maintains and updates PHP code for the library’s Content Management System (CMS) by analyzing problems and fixing issues as they arise; Designs and develops JavaScript code and oversee its use by other Web Services staff on the public web site; Designs and develops HTML templates and style sheets according to the Library’s accessibility policies, W3C guidelines, and oversees their use by other staff; Works with usability studies of SFPL websites and implements recommendations; Seeks out and evaluates appropriate web technologies and makes recommendations for adoption and/or purchase of specialized and Web-related tools and cloud-based technologies; Contributes to Web traffic analysis development for decision-making and statistical reporting; and performs other job-related duties as assigned.

Receipt of applications may close at anytime.