From the US National Museum of Natural History
James H. Beach
jbeach at NSF.GOV
Mon May 19 09:06:55 CDT 1997
The National Museum of Natural History is seeking a technical manager
and 2 computer application specialists to support a multi-year project to
upgrade the Museum's collections and research information system. The
new system will be based on a distributed, multi-server, LAN
architecture with digitized images and text.
Supervisory Computer Specialist, GS-14, $64,555-83,922.
Announcement # 97CR-1063. Successful applicant must have
knowledge of advanced, client/server multimedia information systems
and technology; skill in software development life-cycle implementation;
ability to plan, schedule, and monitor projects and lead a software
development team; knowledge and currency in latest software tools,
protocols, and languages such as SQL, UNIX, MS Windows, Sybase,
PowerBuilder, C/C + + or Java programming, TCP/IP or Novell LANs.
Computer Specialist (2 positions) GS-11/12, $38,330-$59,725.
Announcement # 97CR-1064. Successful applicants must have
demonstrated ability in relational database application development;
user requirements definition and analysis; good communication skills;
and, ability in two or more of the following: SQL, UNIX, MS Windows,
GUI development, C, C + +, WWW GCI or Java programming, data and
process modeling. Skill in client/server, MS Windows/UNIX, and object
oriented development environments; ability to lead requirements efforts;
and, knowledge in biological, geological, or anthropological sciences, a
Federal Civil Service positions. For full details, please call (202)
287-3102 (our 24-Hour/Touchtone Activated/Automated Request Center,
press 9, and request an application package for vacancy announcement
listed above. Applications must be received by June 13, 1997.
The Smithsonian Institution is an equal opportunity employer.
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