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From:

Joe Shubitowski <[log in to unmask]>

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Code for Libraries <[log in to unmask]>

Date:

Wed, 10 Dec 2008 08:42:47 -0800

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Posted for "the folks across the lawn". Please excuse duplicate
postings.

Information Architect, Collection Information & Access, J. Paul Getty
Museum

The department of Collection Information & Access at the J. Paul Getty
Museum is seeking an Information Architect to oversee the back-end
structure, data models, systems and applications used by the Museum to
support the management and dissemination of documentation, digital
assets, and metadata on the collection and to ensure its accessibility
in the networked environment.  The Information Architect will lead
efforts in restructuring the way information is stored, systems
integrated, and data published so as best to ensure efficiency in
processes, scalability and sustainability, and resource discovery.  This
will involve architectural designs, analysis, integration, and strategic
direction for how best to manage existing enterprise-wide applications
such as collections management, content management and digital asset
management systems with other custom grown applications and open source
solutions, in addition to overseeing data modeling and strategies that
are system independent.   The position will be responsible for the
maintenance of data models, data dictionaries, and processes; work with
technical staff across the Getty to build mechanisms for exchanging data
and metadata between repositories; and work closely with user
communities for requirements analysis, problem definition and solutions
development.

The ideal candidate will utilize standards, best practices, and
forward-thinking solutions for structuring the Museum’s information
architecture, and be able to provide analysis, documentation, and ROI
for strategies. The candidate should have experience in all phases of
the software development cycle; understand and be technically proficient
in the environments in which software applications operate (i.e. Unix,
Windows); have familiarity with semantic technologies including triple
stores, natural language processing, and clustering techniques. The
candidate should be comfortable with writing technical documentation and
design documents, outlining detailed process flow and workflow mappings,
have strong analytical skills, excellent oral and written communication
skills, and the ability to effectively work in a team environment.

Requirements: Proven experience working with relational databases
(Oracle 10g), SQL Server and using Structured Query Language;
familiarity with “C++”, JAVA or similar object-oriented programming
language; and proficient at UNIX scripting languages; JavaScript, HTML,
CSS, XML and XSLT. Working knowledge of ontologies and ontology
standards like RDF and concepts associated with the Semantic Web. 

Qualifications: Bachelor’s Degree in Computer Science, Library &
Information Science, Information Technology, or related studies
required, Master’s preferred. Minimum 8 years of experience in the
electronic management of information, and developing, implementing and
managing information architecture in a publishing, library, or
educational repository environment strongly preferred.

Please email cover letter and resume to [log in to unmask] indicating in
the subject line, "Museum Information Architect /AT." OR send to: The J.
Paul Getty Trust, 1200 Getty Center Drive, Suite 400, Los Angeles, Ca
90049-1681 and reference " Museum Information Architect /AT" in your
cover letter. No phone calls, please. EOE.

 




-- 

Joseph M. Shubitowski
Head, Information Systems
Getty Research Institute
1200 Getty Center Drive, Suite 1100
Los Angeles CA 90049-1688
Voice: 310-440-6394
Fax: 310-440-7780
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