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POSTED: March 12, 2019

Associate Director, Web & Systems Integration

Brandeis University
Waltham, MA
Full time
Senior/Mid Level Management

Brandeis is seeking an Associate Director of Web and Systems Integration. Reporting to the Director of Data and Systems Integration, the associate director is part of the Data and System Integration team in Information Technology Services at Brandeis University. The Associate Director is responsible for providing leadership, direction, and technical expertise in the advancement of the University’s web, middleware and integrations including Identity and Access Management, data integrations, web and middleware development, and web systems administration. This position is responsible for managing projects involved with web technologies and data integration, getting hands-on with technical aspects as needed. This role manages a team of five technologists with expertise in technologies including: LAMP stack, Python, Perl, DevOps, Datastage, Boomi, Cascade Server CMS, LDAP, Web UIs, and Identity Management.

The ideal candidate will have: - Excellent interpersonal and verbal/written communication skills - Technical knowledge of OpenLDAP and Shibboleth - Experience as a technical manager Desired skills/knowledge include: - Identity and access management - Modern programming development practices - Content management systems - Integration as a service - Software as a service - Cloud technologies - Prior experience in higher education strongly preferred
Bachelors or above
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