Digital Library Project Programmer (Indiana University, Bloomington, IN)
Job Summary: Performs analysis, design, programming, and system
administration for software applications supporting digital library
program projects. Initially, focuses on two primary projects: 1)
implementation of the VIVO research-focused discovery tool at Indiana
University, and 2) enhancement of Sakai (known at IU as Oncourse) to
enable better access to online library collections for faculty and
students. Works closely with VIVO, Sakai, and library staff at Indiana
University and other institutions to analyze system and user needs, define
requirements, perform software design, write and test software programs,
administer and troubleshoot systems developed by others, and prepare
Qualifications: Review your qualifications prior to applying to ensure
that you meet the minimum qualifications for the position. Resume and
cover letter required.
REQUIRED: Bacheloršs degree in computer science or related technical field
and two years experience in development of complex software systems,
including work in one or more of the following languages: Java, C++.
An equivalent combination of education and experience may be considered.
Experience in relational database design and programming, experience in
Web application development using Java, and experience with XML and
XML-related technologies. Excellent oral and written communication skills
and ability to work effectively as a member of a team; ability to perform
detailed work, effectively communicate verbally and in writing, interact
with staff, faculty, and vendors, change priorities as project expands or
project needs change; and perform multiple concurrent tasks with constant
interruptions; and creativity in identifying complex problems and finding
solutions quickly and accurately, as well as attention to detail in
communicating technical issues and implementing solutions.
Preferred: Masteršs degree. Experience with RDF, Semantic Web, and Linked
Open Data. Experience with the Sakai collaboration and learning
environment and/or VIVO applications.
Position is funded for a period of two years, with potential for renewal.
Other Information: For more information, see: IU Digital Library Program:
http://www.dlib.indiana.edu/, VIVO: http://vivo.iu.edu/ and
http://vivoweb.org/, Sakai: http://www.sakaiproject.org/, and
Applications accepted until September 29, 2011, or until position is