Hi, everyone. I'm on a search committee to hire an operations manager
for the University of Virginia digital repository. The job looks
pretty cool... we're a (mostly) open source shop, doing a lot of R&D
work, especially with the Fedora digital repository system. The
salary is pretty decent, but unfortunately we can't pay relocation
costs. However, we would be happy to consider recent graduates, and
there is lots of room for advancement around here. Plus, the weather
is beautiful, the winters are mild, and Charlottesville is a great
place to live! MLIS not required, CS degree not required, hacker
mentality definitely required.
So, if you or someone you know fits the bill, please apply or forward
If you have any questions about the position, feel free to email me.
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Title: Information Technology Specialist II (Advanced Programmer/
Working Title: Digital Library Repository Specialist
Posting #: LB INFO J05DC 003
Code: J05DC Position #: C4119
Salary Range: $ 37869.00 to $ 77720.00 Pay Band: 5
Date Posted: 2006-02-08
Closing Date: Open Until Filled
Consideration: Applicants Who Applied 2005-11-08 Through the Posting
Period Will Be Considered for This Position
Job Type: Salaried Full Time Shift: Day
Department: University of Virginia Library
Notes: Job Open to the General Public
The purpose of this position is to coordinate the development of
organizational procedures and tools and perform regular tasks needed
to prepare, ingest, and deliver new and existing digital collections
online through the Library's Digital Library Repository. The
successful candidate shall have experience in the use of the Unix
environment; experience with XML markup language; possess a good
sense of priorities and the ability to manage multiple projects,
tasks, and deadlines; and the ability to work well as a member of a
team. Experience with Perl is a plus. Experience in technical writing
and training is a plus. Familiarity with the Fedora repository system
is a plus.
Design, develop, maintain and enhance complex computer and related
manual systems. Exercise wide latitude in assessing needs and
determining alternatives. May supervise subordinate programmers as
project leader. To be competitive, applicants should have Bachelor's
degree in Computer Science or equivalent and considerable programming
experience. Some project leader, or supervisory experience.
Software Test Requirements (if any)
5527 Operate Mainframe Computers
4056 Use Microcomputer/PC
5717 Write XML
5539 Write Technical Documents
5766 Provide Technical Training
5725 Write Perl
1024 Manage Projects
A State of Virginia application form is required. Specify job code
J05DC. Apply to University Human Resources, 914 Emmet Street, P.O.
Box 400127, Charlottesville, Virginia 22904-4127, or access an
application from our Website at http://www.hrs.virginia.edu.
Applications may be faxed to 434-924-6911 or emailed to
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