The Harvard University Library is seeking a highly competent and
experienced software developer to play a leadership design and development
role in a team creating digital library systems, tools, and delivery
services, as well as the next generation of Harvard's Digital Repository
Service (DRS), a preservation and delivery repository currently managing
and serving over 17 terabytes of electronic images, audio, books, archival
finding aids, harvested web data, and geospatial data, projected to grow to
over 200TB over the next several years.
In this position you will play a lead role in designing and developing
Harvard's next generation digital repository, as well as have the
opportunity to mentor others and work on a variety of interesting projects
with a variety of interesting people!
The Harvard University Library is a unique and exciting placed to work,
from our brand new green building situated in Harvard Square, to the range
of technologists from across the University with whom you will interact.
You will work with nationally respected digital library experts to define
requirements and brainstorm solutions. You will be part of a cohesive
software development team that is researching, designing, and deploying an
integrated suite of database-driven, web-based Java applications that
support our existing digital library infrastructure and re-invent it for
the future - a team that works closely with other teams responsible for
production operations, integrated library systems and e-resources, and
digital library projects.
For more information, including detailed position requirements, please see
job position 27813 at
http://jobs.harvard.edu/jobs/summ_req?in_post_id=31254 or contact me at
[log in to unmask] or 617-495-3724.