The LOCKSS (Lots of Copies Keep Stuff Safe) Program [www.lockss.org], based at
Stanford University is preserving today's valuable Web content for tomorrow's
readers and scholars. The ACM award-winning LOCKSS technology is open source,
peer-to-peer digital preservation infrastructure.
The Content Processing Specialist will process digital content for ingest into
the LOCKSS system for preservation by: Configuring publisher plugins by
inputting regular expressions using the LOCKSS ingest tools; Testing and
verifying that the plugins collect and preserve targeted content; Depositing
verified plugins into the plugin repository for LOCKSS network distribution;
Preparing required metadata.
The person in this position has knowledge of web publishing and URL
structures. Familiarity with Java is a plus. Their skill level is equivalent
to that acquired via a four-year computer science or information science
degree.Most of the significant expertise for this position is acquired through
on the job training.
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