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Job: Programmer Analyst III - Omeka Curatorial Dashboard at University of California, Santa Cruz

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Come join a really amazing team on a fun project!

  
Starting Salary Range: $57,500-$80,500/annually. Salary commensurate with
qualifications and experience.

  
Application Deadline: 03-17-2013 for initial review

  
Position Description:

The University of California, Santa Cruz (UCSC) Library will lead development
on the Omeka Curator Dashboard (OCD) for the curation and management of
digital assets in preservation storage repositories for use by archives,
educators, libraries and museums. UCSC will develop and apply the OCD
prototype to a socially constructed website; leverage micro-services tools
from the California Digital Library's Curation Center (UC3) and build
workflows and processes interoperable with open-standards based repositories.
Omeka is an open source web-publishing platform supporting the display and
exhibition of digital collections and is a Linux, Apache, MySQL and PHP
application. The developer will write Omeka source code and develop plug-ins
for appraisal and contributor, metadata and file management functions forming
the OCD.

  
Reporting to the Head of Digital Initiatives, this position will architect,
design and develop the OCD. Work is performed using PHP, MySQL, Javascript,
XML and XSLT. The programmer will
interact with University Library staff in Special
Collections and Digital Initiatives to gather requirements, write
specifications, develop code enhancing existing or creating new Omeka plug-
ins, test code and perform quality assurance to evaluate code against original
requirements. The programmer will work closely with University Library
Information Technology Services (ITS) staff to manage applications and servers
(development, staging and production) in a LAMP environment for Omeka
supported websites. The position is funded temporarily
to9/30/14 with a possibility of extension.

  
Qualifications:

- Bachelor's degree with coursework in computing or
information systems and/or any equivalent combination of education, training
and experience

- Minimum 1-5 years of related computing or programming work experience  
- Substantial experience with a scripting language (PHP Zend framework preferred)  
- Substantial experience with developing and coding interactive, data-driven Web applications JavaScript (jQuery framework preferred)  
- Substantial experience with MYSQL and understanding of relational and object-oriented database concepts  
- Skills and / or experience in architecting web applications that are maintainable over time with few resources  
- Substantial experience with XML metadata syntax, creating and using XSLT transformational stylesheets and cascading-stylesheets (CSS)  
- Experience with current software development methodologies and tools, such as agile and scrum, test driven development, source control and versioning  
- Strong programming skills  
- Demonstrated knowledge of storage architecture and protocols  
- Experience with one or more of the following web content software systems: Omeka, Wordpress, CONTENTdm, and Drupal  
- Proven ability to quickly learn new systems and environments  
- Possess strong technical leadership skills  
- Possess excellent communication skills which demonstrate ability to convey and explain information tactfully to individuals  
- Strong written communication skills which demonstrate the ability to draft clear and concise specifications and documentation  
- Strong organizational skills and attention to detail which demonstrate the ability to monitor priorities and performance  
- Demonstrated ability to manage competing priorities and juggle changes without losing productivity  
  
Apply Online at[https://jobs.ucsc.edu/applicants/jsp/shared
/frameset/Frameset.jsp?time=1362416852421](https://jobs.ucsc.edu/applicants/js
p/shared/frameset/Frameset.jsp?time=1362416852421)

  
About UCSC and the library:

The UCSC campus is nestled within 2,000 acres of redwood forest and meadows,
overlooking the Monterey Bay National Marine Sanctuary of California's
beautiful Central Coast, about 70 miles from San Francisco and 30 miles from
Silicon Valley. UC Santa Cruz is well known for the quality
of its faculty and students, is held in highest regard for its dedication to
undergraduate and graduate education, and is consistently the recipient of top
national and international ratings for its research programs. It is one of ten
campuses in the University of California system.

  
The University Library has undergone recent organizational restructuring to
capitalize on its ability to adapt to changes and remain flexible while
providing a high level of customer service to its patrons.
McHenry Library, the recently renovated social sciences and humanities
library, has increased patron usage and boasts cutting-edge technologies and
many group spaces facilitating student collaboration. The Library has
collections of approximately 2.2 million volumes, more than 44,000 serials,
two library buildings, and a staff of approximately 100. The UCSC Library has
the most intensely used collection in the UC system. Deeply imbedded in the
Library's culture is a tradition of flexibility and innovation, which has
enabled it to participate actively in the University's instruction and
research programs. Excellent service is another hallmark of the UCSC Library,
as is partnership with the other UC libraries and the California Digital
Library.

  



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