*** Job Announcement ***
Washington Research Library Consortium
Digital Library Systems Developer (Programmer/Analyst)
The Washington Research Library Consortium is a nonprofit technology
organization providing innovative information services to academic
libraries in the Washington, DC, metropolitan area. We are seeking a
skilled developer to work on current and next-generation digital library
systems. The programmer/analyst will provide software application
design, development, documentation, implementation and maintenance
in support of the WRLC ALADIN system, an integrated set of information
services provided by commercial, open-source and custom applications.
- Bachelor's degree in computer science or related technical discipline
(additional relevant professional work experience may be substituted).
- Three or more years of professional experience in the development,
integration and maintenance of database-driven Web applications (a
Master's or higher degree may be substituted for some work experience).
- Development experience on Unix or Unix-like systems.
- Development experience with an object-oriented programming language
such as Java or C++.
- Development experience with scripting languages such as Perl or PHP.
- Familiarity with relational database design and SQL.
- Demonstrated ability to craft creative solutions to problems and work
- Strong inter-personal and communication skills.
- Demonstrated skill in server-based Java programming.
- Familiarity with XML and XML-based technologies (e.g. DOM, XSLT, XPath).
- Experience designing and implementing Web services (e.g. SOAP, REST).
- Experience with "Web 2.0" technologies such as RDF, AJAX.
- Experience or interest in digital library technologies and standards
such as library management systems, MARC, Dublin Core, Z39.50 or SRU/W.
- Experience developing Web applications with Apache open-source tools
(httpd, Tomcat, Ant, Cocoon, Axis, Xalan, etc.).
Salary: $60,000 - $75,000 depending on experience
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