Indiana University

OVPIT/UITS 
Human Resources

The following position reporting to James McGookey, Manager, Collabortive Technologies, is being posted externally. If interested, you must apply online at
Refer to job number #9675.

Principal Systems Analyst - PA4IT

Works independently to provide highly specialized expertise in the evaluation and design of major new video, streaming and web collaboration applications deployments, services and technological solutions. These solutions include system and software integration techniques, systems design, development, testing, installation and implementation of computer applications serving the entire university.

Leads projects to analyze functional requirements, document processes, determine system specifications, design solutions, and implement critical system applications while maintaining productions standards. Acts as technical resource in development, operation, maintenance and support of collaborative systems in keeping with academic, administrative, research and library missions of the university. Collaboration Technologies include but are not limited to, videoconferencing, TelePresence, media streaming, classroom capture and synchronous online collaboration environments.

Qualifications:
REQUIRED: Bachelor's degree in computer science, informatics, or information technology and five years of experience of system development.

Combinations of related education and experience may be considered.

Possess a valid driver's license with the ability to be insured by Indiana University.

Possess a solid concentration and expertise in Unix server systems administration and Microsoft Windows server system administration; and strong understanding of network and application protocols, Unix shell and Perl scripting, TCP/IP protocols, video streaming protocols (RTP), and collaboration protocols.

In-depth understanding in a subset of the following: H.323 and SIP videoconferencing client and multipoint control unit systems; H.323 Gatekeeper; audio and video systems technologies such as recording and editing systems, routing systems, echo cancellation, camera, lighting and microphone systems, and room control systems; MPEG4 standards; digital media asset management, including metadata architectures and asset repositories; database systems; and team collaboration systems.

Possess highly developed analytic, organizational, interpersonal, technical writing and communications skills.

Other: Position requires travel to campus buildings using departmental van.

Indiana University is an Affirmative Action/Equal Employment institution.