Here's another announcement of a position within UM's Library
Information Technology; I'm hiring an experienced programmer/systems
engineer for the position below. Please forward!
The Core Services unit of LIT concentrates on server infrastructure,
systems integration, and automation of workflows and processes to
support other units in LIT as well as other areas of the library system.
The scope of Core Services work ranges from scripting that is used by
small workgroups, to access control systems that are used daily by the
University community, to distributed systems that manage the flow of
millions of scanned page images per month.
LIT Core Services is looking for a talented, resourceful
programmer/analyst to help conceive, design, and build complex systems
that integrate library systems and processes. Initial projects will
include the development of a system to tabulate web usage statistics and
further development of an existing system to manage a large access
A variety of additional projects will be assigned according to
priorities, abilities, and interest. Typical large projects involve
automated large-scale processing, database management, web performance
and scaling, security, or some combination of these. Projects may or may
not be web-based. There will be some need to learn, work with, and
maintain or improve existing systems.
LIT has an inclination toward open source software and balanced,
pragmatic approaches to problems, and works to embrace emerging
technology standards and practices of the digital library community.
The full job posting it available at this address:
UM Library IT Core Services