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Job: Senior Digital Library Programmer at University of Illinois at Chicago at University of Illinois at Chicago

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Join our growing technical team! The UIC Library is looking for a

Senior Developer to help us implement our internal digital asset

management system, build out existing repositories and publishing

systems, and lead the design and development of our discovery systems.

You'll also help build a new system to preserve, present and promote

the history and culture of the Chicago region

(http://chicagocollectionsconsortium.org/). Live, work and play in one

of the world's great cities and join us at UIC, ranked 52nd in

federally financed R&D. If you're an experienced Python or Java

developer, see the full position details and apply at

https://jobs.uic.edu/job-board/job-details?jobID=33498. Be sure to

copy details from your resume into the online application form.

  
If you have questions about this position, contact me at [log in to unmask]

  
Bob Sandusky

AUL for Information Technology and Associate Dean

UIC University Library

  
Position description excerpts:

  
The University Library seeks an Information Technology Technical

Associate (Senior Digital Library Applications Developer) to design

information, research and storage systems to support the Library's

goal of providing quality resources and expertise to students, faculty

and staff. The Senior Digital Library Applications
Developer will act

as project manager in designing or modifying information systems.

This position reports to the Assistant University Librarian for

Information Technology.

  
Minimum qualifications:

  
1. Demonstrated
knowledge of web application development and data

modeling, including skills in Web application frameworks (Django, Ruby

on Rails), JavaScript, XML/XSLT, creating and administering relational

databases (MySQL, PostgreSQL, Oracle), and using database query tools.

  
2. Demonstrated
knowledge of software development using Python or Java

  
3. Any combination
totaling two years from the following categories:

 progressively more responsible work
experience in

IT-related profession

 b)
college course work in Information Technology

(IT), IT Management, or a closely related discipline, as measured by

the following conversion table or its proportional equivalent:

 * 60 semester
hours or Associate's Degree

equals one year

 * 90-120
semester hours or Bachelor's

Degree equals two years.

  
Essential duties:

  
1. Works with Assistant University Librarian for IT in

prioritizing projects that will be completed.

2. Meets and negotiates with stakeholders (faculty, students,

staff) to understand their needs and build information systems that

improve access to Library resources.

3. Leads teams in the design of new systems and projects to

modify existing systems.

4. Designs, develops, tests, integrates, supports, and
documents

user-facing applications and back-end systems.

5. Designs and develops complex databases for the storage of

research data and reports.

6. Integrates Library information into other campus
information systems.

7. Maintains knowledge of emerging technologies to support
the

Library's evolving virtual services.

8. Perform other related duties and participate in special

projects as assigned.

  
Preferred requirements:

  
- Bachelor's degree (computer science, information science, or closely  
related field preferred).

- Advanced degree in computer or information science, or ALA-  
accredited MLS is preferred.

- A minimum of 4 years experience in software development using Python  
or Java and in developing applications that interact with MySQL,

PostgreSQL, or Oracle databases using JavaScript, and XML/XSLT.

- A minimum of 2 years experience designing and administering  
relational databases built in MySQL, PostgreSQL, SQL Server, or Oracle

and maintaining systems to manage and transform data in multiple

formats.

- Experience working with LAMP or variant environments.  
- Experience with HTML5/CSS3.  
- Experience with DSpace, Solr, and/or Fedora.  
- Knowledge of information technology accessibility issues and techniques.  
- Knowledge of Semantic Web and Linked Data concepts and technologies.  
- Experience or coursework in user testing/user evaluation.  
- Knowledge of library practices and data formats (MARC, EAD, Dublin  
Core, METS, MODS, etc.).

- Experience working in the context of a software development methodology.  
- Experience with standard software development tools and techniques  
(e.g., git, testing frameworks).

- Demonstrated experience in project management or team leading.  
- Demonstrated experience working effectively in a team environment  
and the ability to interact effectively with stakeholders.

- Demonstrated ability to support to a user-centered service in a  
research-intensive, fast-paced, culturally diverse higher education

environment.

- Excellent written and verbal communication skills. 



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