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Job: Associate Developer (Ruby on Rails) at WGBH Educational Foundation

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Job Posted: 5/14/13 Position Title: Associate Developer (Ruby on Rails)
Position Type: Project Contract 5/15/13 to 12/31/13+ Company: WGBH Educational
Foundation Department: Media Library & Archives Department Overview: WGBH
produces the best and most well-known television, radio and online programs
for public media. The WGBH Media Library and Archives preserves and helps re-
purpose WGBH creations into the future. The MLA establishes the policies and
procedures for the access, acquisition, intellectual control, and preservation
of WGBH’s physical media and digital production and administrative assets. The
MLA also offers production organization of archival materials from projects
start up to shut down, research services, rights clearances, and licenses WGBH
stock footage. Position Overview: The WGBH Media Library and Archives system
will be based on the Hydra Project technology stack, which includes Ruby on
Rails, Blacklight, Apache Solr, and the Fedora Commons repository. Working
closely with the Media Library and Archive’s Director, Project Manager,
Developer and Systems Analyst, as well as a WGBH Interactive Designer, the web
developer will continue to develop the Open Vault website:
http://openvault.wgbh.org and ongoing work to improve the digital asset
management system. WGBH is seeking a Ruby on Rails developer to help develop
and maintain multiple projects for the Media Library and Archives. Ideal
candidates should be: * comfortable working in teams of 2 to 6 * able to
communicate clearly and respectfully to all team members, both technical and
non-technical * willing to explore new technologies Duties will depend on
individual strengths, but may include any of: * front-end development * back-
end development * streaming video integration and presentation * organizing
and writing documentation * usage stats and analysis * DevOps and deployment *
performance stats, analysis and optimization Bonus skills specific to our
projects include experience or familiarity with: * Solr search indexes *
Fedora commons repository * XML metadata standards (e.g. DublinCore, EBUCore,
PBCore, MARC, RDF, et. al.) * SPARSQL Skills Required: To perform the required
duties, the Developer must have more than than 1 year of work experience
developing web applications. Demonstrated interest in library or moving images
archive issues preferred. Required skills for all duties include having
working knowledge of: * Ruby >= 1.8.7 * Rails >= 3.2.0, common conventions,
patterns, and best practices how to write and run automated tests for Rails
apps using Rspec and Capybara (or equivalent) * Github * CSS3 + HTML5 * XML
basics * working from command line (OS X or Linux) Other skills required for
specific duties include having a working knowledge of, or experience in: *
SCSS * jQuery * Twitter Bootstrap * how REST apis work * Rails gem patterns *
Rails engine patterns * HTML 5 video * Puppet * Capistrano * ability to write
raw SQL Education Requirements: Bachelor's Degree in Computer Science
required. Compensation: Compensation for this position will be determined by
the skills, background, education and availability of the candidate for the
Contract period. Applying for the Position: Candidates should apply at WGBH
Careers Further questions can be addressed to [log in to unmask] -
Reference Job REQ# P-1075 Associate Developer in the subject line.



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