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DLF-ANNOUNCE April 2010

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Job Posting: Applications Programmer for Digital Scholarly Publishing, Univ. of Michigan Library

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"Morse, Jeremy" <[log in to unmask]>

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Morse, Jeremy

Date:

Thu, 29 Apr 2010 17:14:12 -0400

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 ***Please excuse cross-posting***

Applications Programmer for Digital Scholarly Publishing

The Scholarly Publishing Office (SPO) seeks an Application Developer to
design and code the business and application logic for a variety of software
systems in support of digital scholarly publishing.  This position will work
in a team with a Database Developer and an Interface Developer to create new
applications for web delivery of content, and office productivity tools to
enhance production workflow, as well as maintaining and improving existing
systems.

Duties will center on two main areas of work: designing, building, and
migrating content into a new online publishing platform for our journal and
monograph collections; and collaborative projects with the University of
Michigan Press to create enhanced digital versions of their books and
community-based tools.

SPO is a unit of the MPublishing division of the University of Michigan
Library.  SPO is a highly collaborative environment that emphasizes team
goals, and our programmer team has the opportunity to work with a variety of
other technical units in the Library: Core Services and the Digital Library
Production Service (DLPS) and their work on the Hathi Trust.  We also
collaborate with the other divisions within MPublishing: the Deep Blue
institutional repository, the Copyright Office, the Text Creation
Partnership, and the University of Michigan Press. To learn more about what
we do, visit <http://www.lib.umich.edu/spo/>.

Required:
* Bachelor's degree
* Demonstrated experience with:
  * any applicable language, and willingness/ability to learn others
  * MySQL or similar database query language
  * Unix-like OS 
  * version control systems
  * object-oriented programming
  * application development in a production environment
* Commitment to writing clean, documented code
* Excellent verbal and written communication skills
* Intellectual curiosity and desire to discuss why we develop what we
develop. 

Desired:
* Experience with: 
  * XML and XSLT 
  * Perl and MySQL 
  * technical standards and practices of Web publishing
  * developing modules for Drupal or equivalent CMS
  * developing modules for WordPress
  * processing and delivering multimedia content
  * developing APIs, such as RESTful web services

FLSA: Exempt 
Hours: 40 hours/week
Target Salary Range: $40,000-$50,000

THIS IS A TWO YEAR APPOINTMENT (with the possibility for renewal)

Questions about this job description may be emailed to Jeremy Morse, Lead
Programmer, Scholarly Publishing Office: [log in to unmask]
or refer to Job ID 39936 at http://umjobs.org/

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