The Instructional Technology Librarian is a member of the Library Staff within Library and Information Services (LIS) who provides leadership for planning, implementation, management, evaluation and support of technology in the Luther College curriculum, in partnership with faculty, librarians and LIS staff.
As a member of the Research & Instruction team, the Instructional Technology Librarian shares responsibility for defining and delivering research-based services to the faculty, students, and staff of Luther College, including:
Coordinates all promotions and events, maintains bookstore web site, purchases trade books and gift items. Performs various duties in the day to day operation of the bookstore.
This position is charged with maximizing Luther’s recruitment efforts with respect to prospective students who have an interest in music as an academic major and/or an activity.
Responsible for creating giving reports and assisting with the preservation of the giving records. Generates various computer-based giving reports, trends and graphics. Assists with data entry of constituent records. Provides administrative support for Director of Special Programs with Parents Council, Family Weekend and the parent programs. Assists with proofing class notes for class agent letters.
Luther College is seeking a self-motivated, detail-oriented database administrator and programmer analyst to develop and integrate software, solutions, and support for information systems serving students, faculty, staff and alumni. You will join our team of programmers within Library and Information Services.
Knowledge and experience using relational databases and procedural computer programming is required. You should have excellent communication skills and analytical skills. Technical knowledge of Microsoft SQL Server, web APIs, security, high availability, and network interfaces is preferred. Our campus workplace is a mix of Windows, Linux, and Mac.
Library and Information Services is seeking a self-motivated, detail-oriented programmer analyst to develop software solutions, and provide support for information systems serving students, faculty, staff and alumni, to join our team of software developers.
Knowledge of procedural computer languages and experience using SQL databases is required. You should have excellent communication skills and analytical skills. Technical knowledge of Microsoft SQL Server, web APIs, security, and network interfaces is desired. Our campus workplace is a mix of Windows, Linux, and Mac.
Luther College • 700 College Drive • Decorah, Iowa 52101 • USA
563-387-2000 or 800-4 LUTHER (800-458-8437)