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CODE4LIB August 2011

Subject:

Research Programmer Position

From:

Mike Smorul <[log in to unmask]>

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Code for Libraries <[log in to unmask]>

Date:

Wed, 17 Aug 2011 10:16:20 -0400

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Summary:

The UMIACS ADAPT Project is looking for a Java programmer to assist in
a number of open source digital preservation efforts. This programmer
will initially work in a small group to help develop and extend
several Tomcat/MySQL based web applications. Due to the small size of
the research group, applicants must be able to work independently and
will be expected to set their own schedule and identify deliverables
within the context of current projects. Applicants will work with
external collaborators to ensure the software meets the needs of the
broader digital preservation community. Minimal travel of one to two
times a year will be required.

Daily Activity:

The developer's will focus on building a new web application in
collaboration with the Lab's researchers and faculty. In any given
week the developer will be expected to spend:
● at least 20 hours of software development and testing.
● at least 5 hours working with outside collaborators to identify
necessary additions and identify software bugs.
● at least 3 hours a week attending conference calls and group meetings.

Required Skills:
● Experienced in Java 1.6+
● Bachelors degree in Computer Science, Computer Engineering or
equivalent work experience.
● Familiar with java persistence or similar ORM technologies
● Experienced in developing database backed Servlet or RESTful web services.
● Experienced developing and deploying applications on Tomcat server
installations running on linux.

Excellent candidates should have the additional experience.
● Familiar with developing command-line python utilities.
● Experienced in developing applications in a CI environment
● Minimal Systems Administration experience in a Linux environment.
This position is a demanding professional position that will expose
applicants to a wide variety of technologies. Applicants must show a
desire to continually explore new technologies and work with others to
identify new challenges in digital preservation.

About ADAPT
The adapt project is a research group housed within the University of
Maryland Institute for Advanced Computer Studies. The group has worked
with numerous partners including the Library of Congress and U.S.
National Archives to develop several technologies to assist in long
term digital preservation at scale. For more information and a list of
projects currently supported by the ADAPT project, please visit
http://adapt.umiacs.umd.edu

Applying
If you are interested, please contact Mike Smorul directly by emailing
the following information to [log in to unmask]
- Your CV
- Three references.
- A portfolio which includes either pointers to web applications you
contributed or descriptions of applications you assisted in developing
and your role during development
- Your salary requirements

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