Jobs at the Libraries

Senior Systems Analyst

The University of Texas at San Antonio Libraries is seeking a self‐motivated, dynamic, service‐oriented individual for the position of Senior Systems Analyst. This position is responsible for developing technical solutions spanning from analysis of underlying concepts and structures, viable options, design elements, requirements, and constraints to development of internal applications and integration of third‐party applications and Web services with existing systems based on users and organizational requirements.

Required Qualifications 

  • Associate degree or 60 college credit hours in Information Technology or related field.
  • Four years of experience in systems analysis, integration, and development in a heterogeneous application environment.  
  • Three years of experience working in the application developer role in implementing and integrating a variety of third‐party applications including open‐source applications into the Web‐ and mobile‐based systems using XHTML, XML, XSL, CSS, JavaScript, JQuery and PHP, Perl, Python, or Ruby;
  • Three years of experience in Web database development using MYSQL, MS SQL Server, or Oracle;
  • Two years of experience in a supervisory or leadership role. Experience with implementation of user authentication methods for Web and existing applications.
  • Ability to identify security and scalability requirements of systems with adequate infrastructure.
  • Excellent interpersonal communication, writing, analytical and organizational skills and strong customer service orientation.
  • Ability to work independently as well as in a team‐oriented, collaborative environment.

Preferred Qualifications

  • Bachelor's or Master’s degree in Computer Science or information technology related field.
  • Knowledge and experience with service‐oriented architecture for integrating Web services for interoperability between software applications.
  • Experience managing Windows and Unix/Linux Servers and scripting skills in Shell and Perl.
  • Data modeling and analysis for business process.
  • Writing queries in Structural Query Language (SQL).
  • Ability to develop databases that support web applications and web sites.
  • Ability to analyze user needs to determine business and technical requirements Knowledge of XML, XSL, DOM and Web 2.0 tools to draw content from various Web sources into new integrated applications and interfaces.
  • Knowledge and understanding of content management systems.
  • Ability to conduct research into emerging Web technologies and programming practices through continuing education, reading, or participation in professional training.


$47,016 ‐ $77,568/Annualized (flexible, depending on qualifications).

This is a Classified, benefits eligible position.

Applications must be completed through the online applicant system STARS at together with cover letter, resume, and names, addresses, and phone numbers of three references. Please reference requisition no. 20150023. Posting is open until filled. For assistance accessing STARS, call UTSA Human Resources at (210) 458‐4250. This is a security sensitive position. Employment is contingent upon a successful background check.

About the University of Texas at San Antonio Libraries

The University of Texas at San Antonio is one of the fastest growing higher education institutions in Texas and the third largest institution in the UT System. Serving the San Antonio metropolitan area and the broader region of South Texas, UTSA has about 30,000 students enrolled in 66 bachelor’s, 52 master’s and 24 doctoral degree programs across its three campuses: Main Campus, Downtown Campus and Hemisfair Park Campus. As a multicultural institution of access and excellence, UTSA aims to be a premier public research university providing access to educational excellence and preparing citizen leaders for the global environment.

The UTSA Libraries include the John Peace Library on the Main Campus, the Downtown Campus Library, and our Applied Engineering and Technology Library recognized by the New York Times and USA Today as the nation’s first bookless library on a university campus.

The John Peace Library is nearing the end of a four year renovation process informed by fresh thinking on collection management and student intellectual engagement. The libraries are well integrated into the intellectual life of campus through active partnerships with the Writing Center, Teaching and Learning Center and Tomás Rivera Center for Student Success. In support of UTSA’s ascent to premier research university status, the UTSA Libraries are proud to preserve the legacies of San Antonio and South Texas through our growing Special Collections featuring primary resource materials on San Antonio authors, architecture and urban development, Mexican cookery, women and women’s history, and the Texas Mexico border region.