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DLF-ANNOUNCE March 2008

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Two developer positions available at Indiana University

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"Dunn, Jon William Butcher" <[log in to unmask]>

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The following two software developer positions are currently open in the Indiana University Digital Library Program. These positions were created to support the Digital Library Program's involvement in the new Institute for Digital Arts and Humanities at Indiana University Bloomington. Both positions are initially funded for three years, with potential for renewal.

If you are interested in either position, please apply online at <http://www.jobs.indiana.edu/>, referencing the appropriate position number.

For more information on the IU Digital Library Program, see <http://www.dlib.indiana.edu/>. For more information on the Institute for Digital Arts and Humanities, see <http://www.indiana.edu/~idah/>.

Please don't hesitate to contact me if you have any questions.

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Jon Dunn
Associate Director for Technology
Indiana University Digital Library Program
IU Libraries / University Information Technology Services
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(812) 855-0953

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Software Analyst/Programmer, User Interface - PAE2IT
(Position number 00022637)

A skilled computer professional is sought to join the IU Digital Library Program to participate in the development of multimedia research and digital library applications in support of the new Institute for Digital Arts and Humanities (IDAH) at IU Bloomington. IDAH combines the disciplinary expertise of the arts and humanities faculty and technical expertise of faculty and professional staff to support digital arts and humanities research and creative activity at IU Bloomington.

The Software Analyst/Programmer, User Interface will participate in the development of technical system design to application requirements. Under the direction of the Systems Analyst/Development Manager, the programmer will implement technical system design as programmatic constructs, with concentration on user interface design and development, including: work flow, cataloging, annotation, search and retrieval, access, and administrative interfaces; synchronized multimedia display; use scenarios; usability design; interface mockups; usability testing; user documentation; technical documentation; and technical and user support for implementation.

Qualifications:
Bachelor's degree required. Graduate degree in computer science or closely related field preferred. Two or more years programming experience required, including experience with Java and development of Web applications. Experience with object-oriented design principles, tools and programming; user interface design and programming; usability testing and analysis; interface mockup; documentation; XML; user support required.

Experience with Web services, and pedagogical, research, digital library, and/or digital media applications highly desired.

Ability to interact professionally with faculty, librarians, and technical staff required. Good customer service skills, including the ability to interact with faculty researchers in extended consultations required. Record of successful faculty collaborations -- publications, presentations, external funding proposals is desired.

[Note: This position is initially funded for three years with potential for renewal.]

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Software Analyst/Programmer, Database and Application Architecture - PAE3IT
(Position number 00022639)

A skilled computer professional is sought to join the IU Digital Library Program to participate in the development of multimedia research and digital library applications in support of the new Institute for Digital Arts and Humanities (IDAH) at IU Bloomington. IDAH combines the disciplinary expertise of the arts and humanities faculty and technical expertise of faculty and professional staff to support digital arts and humanities research and creative activity at IU Bloomington.

Under the direction of the Systems Analyst/Development Manager, implements technical system design as programmatic constructs, with concentration on database and system core components, including: metadata; database; data storage; data manipulation; data integrity; indexing; search and retrieval; media synchronization; ingestion processes; digital repositories; workflow systems; networking considerations for media delivery; logging and reporting systems; technical support for implementation; and technical system documentation.

Qualifications:
Bachelor's degree required. Graduate degree in computer science or closely related field preferred. Three or more years programming experience required, including experience with Java. Experience with object-oriented design principles, tools and programming; XML; and related technologies (including XSLT and XML Schema); and relational database systems required.

Experience with storage systems; pedagogical, digital library, and/or digital media applications; media synchronization techniques, e.g. SMIL; Web services; networking; documentation; metadata; digital repositories; and programming for cataloging, search, and retrieval systems is highly desired.

Ability to interact professionally with faculty, librarians, and technical staff required. Good customer service skills, including the ability to interact with faculty researchers in extended consultations required. Record of successful faculty collaborations -- publications, presentations, external funding proposals is desired.

[Note: This position is initially funded for three years with potential for renewal.]

Indiana University is an Affirmative Action/Equal Employment institution.

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