EECS Instructional Support, University of California at Berkeley
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Job Description - career position in EECS Instruction 
Posting Title:	Programmer Analyst II (7603)
Requisition:	003997 
Department:	EECS Dept Operations 
Location:	Main Campus-Berkeley 
Salary:		$46,452 - $65,448 based upon experience and qualifications.  
		For classification as Programmer Analyst II-UCB (7603U) in 
		the Professional and Support Staff program (PSS/Grade 4). 
Hours:		100%  (40 hrs/week)

First Review Date:  02/10/2006 
This requisition will remain open until filled. 
Job Description:  

  In the Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Sciences, perform  
  Windows and UNIX computer systems administration and user support. 


  Work with a team of programmers and engineers to support the instructional 
  computing labs in the department of Electrical Engineering and Computer 
  Sciences.  Primary responsibility for 200 Windows systems and related 
  networked servers in 10 EECS engineering labs, and support software for 
  EECS classes.  Maintain Windows and UNIX computers.  Install operating 
  systems and application software, maintain security and compatibility of 
  the software.  Provide user consulting by email and in person to students 
  and instructors. 

  Server technologies may include: Active Directory, GPOs, Exchange, IIS, 
  SQL Server, mySQL, Apache, Postgres. 

  Application software support may include: Xilinx, ModelSim, Hspice, Matlab,  
  LabView, Cadence, IntelliSuite, Exceed, SSH, X11 and UNIX shell scripts. 

  Reports to Manager of Instructional Support Group.  Office is in Cory Hall. 

Requirements & Qualifications:  

  Requires: Electrical Engineering or Computer Science degree or equivalent. 
  Experience in Windows and UNIX systems administration, computer programming 
  and digital circuit simulation software.  Excellent skills in writing, oral 
  communication, computation, and interpersonal cooperation.   Requires 
  successful completion of a criminal background check. 

  Prefer: Experience with systems administration tasks on networked 
  workstations and domain servers running Windows and UNIX.  Experience with 
  computer programming and scripting languages. Programming experience in C++, 
  Java, Perl, SQL, ODBC. 
To Apply:

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