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Job: Digital Infrastructure Librarian at Washington University in St. Louis

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Digital Infrastructure Librarian
Washington University in St. Louis
St. Louis

Digital Infrastructure Librarian, Olin Library - 28774

Job ID

28774

Location

Danforth - Main Campus

Full/Part Time

  
Regular/Temporary

Regular

  
**Essential Functions**  
  
Washington University Libraries is seeking a creative and enthusiastic
individual to design and implement a new digital library application
infrastructure using the Hydra repository framework and related technologies.
Reporting to the Head of Scholarly Publishing, the Digital Infrastructure
Librarian will work collaboratively with Libraries' staff and campus partners
to lead all aspects of system design and implementation, including gathering
requirements, establishing coding standards, and participating in system
testing, resulting in the delivery of a functioning digital asset management
system based on the Hydra repository framework. This
position will participate in writing text and project plans that will be
incorporated into grant submissions.

  
**Digital Library Design and Implementation**  
  
Lead the design and implementation of a set of Hydra-based digital library
applications for the preservation and delivery of Washington University
Libraries' digital assets, in collaboration with the Libraries' Digital
Library Services, Special Collections, Systems Operations and Support,
Research Services, and other departments;

Gather requirements and develop specifications for digital library
architectures;

Implement workflow tools and functionality for the deposit, storage and
delivery of digital assets and associated metadata;

Develop administrative and user interfaces to the repository by evaluating and
leveraging existing open source frameworks and toolkits;

Participate in iterative testing and integration of user feedback throughout
the development process;

Write and maintain documentation for systems architecture and application code
for internal developers and the wider Hydra development community;

Collaboration and Coordination

  
Collaborate with Libraries' Systems Operations and Support Office and campus-
wide technology services to ensure proper implementation and management of
security policies and authentication/authorization procedures

Community Engagement

  
Maintain awareness of national and international best practices and advances
in digital library applications, frameworks, and implementations;

Actively engages in the Hydra development community, including the development
and contribution of new interfaces and code customizations.

  
**Required Qualifications**  
  
Master's degree in library or information science from an ALA-accredited
institution or related field, or a combination of relevant experience and
education

Demonstrated experience with programming languages such as Ruby on Rails, PHP,
Perl or Javascript

Familiarity with a variety of digital library standards (e.g. TEI, MODS, METS,
EAD, VRA Core, Dublin Core) and file formats

Ability to work effectively with a culturally diverse population of staff,
faculty, students, community members, and new audiences

Ability to communicate effectively on technology issues with technical and
non-technical staff

Ability to work in a team environment

Excellent written and verbal communication skills

  
**Preferred Qualifications**  
  
Experience establishing and customizing open source software applications and
digital library software platforms (e.g., DSpace, Fedora, etc.) in a
production environment;

Experience with digital library software development in an academic library or
higher education setting;

Project management experience on grant-funded projects;

Familiarity with the Hydra development community and related technologies.

  
**Salary Range**  
  
The hiring range for this position is $3,630.00 - $4,719.00 monthly.

  
**Benefits**  
  
Retirement Savings Plan

22 vacation days

8 Paid Holidays

Sick Time

Tuition benefits for employee, spouse and dependent children

Free Metro Link/ Bus pass

Free Life Insurance

Health, Dental, Vision

Health Savings Accounts (HSA)

Long Term Disability Insurance

Flex Spending Plan

Other Benefits

Human Resources website (hr.wustl.edu)

  
**Applicant Special Instructions**  
  
Must be able to work in an environment in which exposure to materials
containing dust and mold is possible

Normal office environment

Evening and weekend events required

Travel required

  
EOE Statement

  
All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without
regard to sex, race, ethnicity, protected veteran, or disability status.



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