Note: this job is in Academic Services at Princeton, not in the Library,
though we do work together from time to time. The full posting is here:
Cross-posted. Please excuse any duplicate copies you receive.
*Princeton University seeks Digital Repository Software Developer*
In September of 2011 the Faculty of Princeton University approved an
"open access" policy intended to make faculty's scholarly articles
available to a wider public. Princeton is now in the process of ramping
up its efforts to implement the policy. These efforts will include the
development of the repository that will hold the scholarly articles. The
Office of Information Technology seeks a Digital Repository Software
Developer to establish and enhance digital repositories to house
academic publications, research data, and related digital assets. The
primary focus of the position will be to develop software and systems
for collecting and depositing academic journal articles subject to
Princeton University's Open Access Policy for Faculty Publications into
an open access repository. This repository will enhance both the
preservation and dissemination of scholarship at Princeton.
The Digital Repository Software Developer will report to the Digital
Repository Architect and will work closely with the University's
Scholarly Communications Librarian and other IT and Library staff.
Digital Initiatives Programmer/Analyst
Princeton University Library
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