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Position announcements - Emory University Libraries

From:

Kyle Fenton <[log in to unmask]>

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Code for Libraries <[log in to unmask]>

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Wed, 12 Mar 2008 11:05:35 -0400

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**Apologies for any cross-posting**

The Digital Programs and Systems division of Emory University
Libraries (http://digital.library.emory.edu/ ) is seeking to fill the
following four positions (details below):

2 Java/J2EE Engineers, full time
1 Java/J2EE Programmer, full time
1 Senior Systems Administrator, part time

For information about software development at Emory University
Libraries, visit http://digital.library.emory.edu/Software_Development

*********************************************************************************************************************

Java/J2EE Engineer (Software Engineer, Sr.)

Position Description:

A full-time senior Java/J2EE engineer who will lead design and
development of robust, scalable digital repositories.  These
repositories will provide preservation, discovery and access services
for the growing number of digitized and born digital resources hosted
by the university libraries.   The Flexible Extensible Digital Object
Repository Architecture (FEDORA – http://www.fedora-commons.org/ )
will form the core for this digital repository infrastructure.  The
Repositories Engineer will be technical lead and coordinate project
tasks with and additional repositories programmer.

Required Qualifications: A bachelor's degree in computer science,
math, engineering or a related field and three years of related
experience in programming and software systems or an equivalent
combination of education, training and experience.  Knowledge of
software development in a research institution context preferred.

Desired Qualifications:
Must have strong technical skills, the ability and desire to stay
abreast of new leading edge technology, and the ability to communicate
effectively with a wide variety of stakeholders.

Highly desirable qualifications for this position include:
•     Substantial experience with web technologies, including Apache,
Java, Java EE (e.g. JSF, Hibernate, Spring)
•     Solid Proficiency with HTML, XML, XSLT, XQuery, and CSS
•     Programming experience with Java, PHP, JavaScript, and web services
for complex, multi-tier   applications
•     Experience with object oriented design
•     Experience with relational databases
•     Experience with the Jakarta Lucene text search engine
•     Experience with the FEDORA digital repository software
•     Experience with open source programs and tools
•     Previous experience being technical lead in a team oriented software
development environment
•     Fundamental Linux system administration skills

Application (Job ID 3886BR):   Apply through Emory University’s career
page:  http://emory.hr.emory.edu/careers/index.html and search for the
job postings under University Libraries or search for the title:
Software Engineer, Sr.

*********************************************************************************************************************

Java/J2EE Programmer (Applications Developer Sr.)

Position Description:

A full-time Java/J2EE programmer who will assist in the development of
robust, scalable digital repositories.  These repositories will
provide preservation, discovery and access services for the growing
number of digitized and born digital resources hosted by the
university libraries.   The Flexible Extensible Digital Object
Repository Architecture (FEDORA – http://www.fedora-commons.org/ )
will form the core for this digital repository infrastructure.  The
Repositories Programmer will coordinate these activities with the
Repositories Lead Engineer, who has overall responsibility for the
design and implementation of the infrastructure.

Required Qualifications:
Six years of information technology experience OR a bachelor's degree
in and four years of related experience.  Positions in this
classification may require a knowledge of one or more programming
languages and/or a knowledge of an application and application tools.

Desired Qualifications:
Must have strong technical skills, the ability and desire to stay
abreast of new leading edge technology, and the ability to communicate
effectively with a wide variety of stakeholders.

Highly desirable qualifications for this position include:
•     Substantial experience with web technologies, including Apache,
Java, Java EE (e.g. JSF, Hibernate, Spring)
•     Solid Proficiency with HTML, XML, XSLT, XQuery, and CSS
•     Programming experience with Java, PHP, JavaScript, and web services
for complex, multi-tier   applications
•     Experience with object oriented design
•     Experience with relational databases
•     Experience with the Jakarta Lucene text search engine
•     Experience with the FEDORA digital repository software
•     Experience with open source programs and tools
•     Previous experience being technical lead in a team oriented software
development environment
•     Fundamental Linux system administration skills


Application (Job ID 3301BR):   Apply through Emory University’s career
page:  http://emory.hr.emory.edu/careers/index.html and search for the
job postings under University Libraries or search for the title:
Applications Dev/Analyst, Sr

*********************************************************************************************************************

Java/J2EE Engineer (Software Engineer, Sr.)

Position Description:

A full-time senior Java/J2EE engineer  who will design and develop a
Rights Management System (RMS).  The RMS is a series of back end and
middleware components to manage and communicate rights information
(copyright, permissions, restrictions on use of collections)
associated with a variety of library digitized content to trusted
enterprise applications.

Required Qualifications:
A bachelor's degree in computer science, math, engineering or a
related field and three years of related experience in programming and
software systems or an equivalent combination of education, training
and experience.  Knowledge of software development in a research
institution context preferred.

Highly Desired Qualifications:
•     Practical experience with object-oriented software engineering,
including OOA, OOD, OOP
•     Strong Java/J2EE development experience (e.g. EJB2/3, Hibernate,
Servlets)
•     Strong working knowledge of XML/XSL
•     Experience JMS and/or web services APIs
•     Well developed communication skills
•     Experience developing and maintaining large scale web applications,
using one or more of the following tools: object oriented programming
or web scripting languages; a relational database; a native XML
database.  Experience working with XML and XSLT.  Well developed
skills in communication, information gathering and problem solving.

Other desirable qualifications for this position include:
•     Working knowledge of Linux or Unix
•     Working knowledge of Subversion or CVS

Application (Job ID 4167BR):  Apply through Emory University’s career
page:  http://emory.hr.emory.edu/careers/index.html and search for the
job postings under University Libraries or search for the title:
Software Engineer, Sr.

*********************************************************************************************************************

Senior Systems Administrator, part time (Operating Systems Analyst,
Administrator, Sr.)

Position Description:

A part-time senior systems administrator (20 hours per week).  The
professional in this position will be responsible for optimizing,
maintaining, supporting, monitoring, and troubleshooting operating
systems, digital preservation software and distributed digital
preservation networks of MetaArchive cooperative (http://
MetaArchive.org), a component of the National Digital Preservation
program (http://www.digitalpreservation.gov). This position will
program exclusively with open source development tools, and
contributes to project planning and project system design.

Required Qualifications:
Five years of operating systems analysis/administration experience OR
a bachelor’s degree and three years of operating systems analysis/
administration experience.

Desired Qualifications:
Thorough knowledge of Red Hat Linux system administration,
specifically including SELinux, LVM, and authoring kickstart files.
Expertise with firewall configuration and port filtering. Knowledge of
Apache server configuration, including SSL configuration. Familiarity
with shell scripting languages. Must be able to deal with Intel-based
server hardware maintenance and configuration of RAID systems. Must
have strong communication skills, verbally and in writing.

Other Desired Qualifications:
Basic knowledge of programming languages including Java and PHP.
Administrative experience with the Drupal content management system.

Application (Job ID 3799BR):   Apply through Emory University’s career
page:  http://emory.hr.emory.edu/careers/index.html and search for the
job postings under University Libraries or search for the title:
Operating Sys Analyst/Admin, Sr

*********************************************************************************************************************

Benefits:

Excellent benefits package available.  For further details visit the
Human Resources web page at http://emory.hr.emory.edu/eu/benefits/index.html



Work Environment:

Emory University is recognized internationally for its outstanding
liberal arts college, superb professional schools, and one of the
leading health care systems in the Southeast. Emory is enriched by the
legacy and energy of Atlanta, whose downtown area is just 15 minutes
away. Emory’s future is being guided by an ambitious strategic plan
and implementation will transform its campus and positively influence
local and global communities.

The Libraries of Emory University include the General Libraries and
Libraries for health sciences, law, theology, business and Oxford
College. Holdings of the five Emory Libraries total approximately 3.1
million volumes. The libraries also provide access to thousands of
electronic information resources, including more than 20,000 e-journal
titles.

The Woodruff Library’s Center for Library and Information Resources
(CLAIR), provides an integrated service environment.   It brings
together technology specialists and librarians in a facility that
includes a learning commons, e-classrooms, a distance learning
classroom, Emory’s Center for Interactive Teaching, the Heilbrun Music
and Media Library, the Electronic Data Center, group study rooms,
comfortable study space with data connections, and Jazzman’s Cafe.
Wireless access is available throughout the building and in the
Matheson Reading Room in Candler Library.

The Manuscript, Archives and Rare Book Library contains modern
literary manuscript archives, notable African American collections,
University archives, and other major manuscript and rare book holdings
acquired for research and teaching. The Emory Libraries are members of
the Association of Research Libraries, OCLC, the Center for Research
Libraries, the Coalition for Networked Information, and the Digital
Library Federation.

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