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Job: Systems Programmer/Analyst at University of Michigan

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Systems Programmer/Analyst
University of Michigan
Ann Arbor

The University of Michigan Library, one of the largest academic research
libraries in the world, leads the re-imagining of the research library in the
digital era. We are transforming the way libraries organize, preserve, and
share access to knowledge. Our seminal role in building digital library
systems enabled the creation of HathiTrust, one of the world's biggest digital
libraries with over 80 participating institutions and over 11 million
digitized books.

  
Library Information Technology is the technology core of the U-M Library. We
build tools to help researchers find information in a vast array of online
resources; we built the systems and processes that underlie HathiTrust; we
coordinate electronic publishing and data archiving initiatives; and we
support the traditional library services users rely on, such as book
circulation and collection management.

  
Core Services, a part of Library IT, supports these projects with the
application, server, and storage infrastructure required for hosting web
applications and processing digital library data and metadata. Projects in
Core Services include (for example) large-scale automated validation and
archiving, storage management, and access control and identity management. We
operate a growing Linux server infrastructure consisting of approximately 50
servers and over 1.5 PB of storage spread across three data centers.

  
The Bentley Historical Library serves as the official archives of the
University of Michigan and also documents the history of the state and the
activities of its people, organizations, and voluntary associations. Although
administratively separate from the U-M Library system, the two units
collaborate on a regular basis. The Bentley has amassed extensive holdings on
the history of the state and the university, including more than 50,000 linear
feet of archives and manuscripts, 90,000 printed volumes, 1.5 million
photographs and other visual materials, over 10,000 maps, and nearly 20
terabytes of digital content. The digital content - much of it in need of
proper treatment for archiving - includes literary materials, video footage of
cultural events, oral histories, musical recordings, congressional papers, the
administrative and historical records of the University of Michigan and its
athletic department, and much more.

  
Responsibilities*

Library IT Core Services is looking for a talented, resourceful systems
programmer to develop an end-to-end digital archiving workflow for the Bentley
Historical Library that incorporates two popular open-source software
packages, Archivematica and ArchivesSpace.

  
The focus of the position, approximately 75-80%, will be to install,
customize, and integrate these tools, building a reliable and efficient
process for staff to prepare archival content for deposit into the U-M
Library's existing Deep Blue service, built on the popular DSpace system. This
will involve working closely with staff at the Bentley to understand the
different types of archival material, how they are best organized and
described, and how the two systems can be made to work together and be fitted
to DSpace. Both Archivematica and ArchivesSpace are active open-source
projects with communities interested in incorporating the results of this
work, so development will often be collaborative with colleagues at other
universities.

  
Secondary tasks will be shared with others in Core Services and will include,
for example, web server configuration, other miscellaneous development, system
troubleshooting, preparing documentation, and monitoring technology trends.

  
Required Qualifications*

Bachelor's degree in Computer Science, a related field, or equivalent
experience; 3 to 5 years experience relevant to job duties; experience and
comfort with working in groups; demonstrated programming skills in a modern
programming language; strong analytical and troubleshooting skills; excellent
written and verbal communication; ability to work well in a multicultural and
collaborative environment.

  
Desired Qualifications*

Demonstrated experience in the configuration, customization, and tuning of
Linux-based environments; demonstrated experience with NAS and SAN storage
systems.



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