Senior Programmer/Analyst

Dartmouth College Library ( seeks an experienced
programmer/analyst to join the Digital Library Technologies Group, which
develops and maintains the technical infrastructure of Dartmouth's digital
library initiatives and services. Typical projects include: designing and
integrating components and web-based delivery tools; working with College
faculty on a variety of XML-based digital projects; working with library staff
to design, develop and maintain tools to streamline their work; installing,
configuring and maintaining commercial and open source software packages and

Required: A Bachelor's degree in computer/information science or engineering, or
the equivalent in education and experience. A minimum of six years programming
experience.  Proficiency with structured programming languages -- C++ or Java --
and PHP or Perl is required, along with a good grounding in XML and related
processes such as XSL and XQuery. 

Candidates must demonstrate superior programming, organization and written
communication skills; ability to plan, document and complete projects
independently or with a project team; ability to coordinate activities with
related units; ability to refine project requirements; and ability to
communicate effectively with non-technical staff and end users.

Highly Desirable: Familiarity with SQL and library metadata standards such as
METS, MODS, and OAI. Prior experience installing, configuring and maintaining
packages such as Apache, Cocoon, and Tomcat on UNIX systems.  

Rank and salary: commensurate with experience and qualifications. Full benefits
package including 22 vacation days, comprehensive health care, and retirement
Review of applications will begin immediately and will continue until the
position is filled.  Please apply online at  In
addition please submit resume and letter of application to: 

Search Committee for Senior Programmer/Analyst
Dartmouth College Library
6025 Baker-Berry Library
Hanover, New Hampshire 03755-3525 

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About Us

Founded in 1769 and a member of the Ivy League, Dartmouth College is a private,
four-year liberal arts institution that includes an undergraduate arts and
sciences program and four graduate schools: Arts and Sciences Graduate Programs,
Dartmouth Medical School, the Thayer School of Engineering, and the Tuck School
of Business. Dartmouth College offers a lively, intimate university environment
with the benefits of rich cultural offerings in a lovely rural setting, within a
two to three hours drive of both Boston and Montreal.

The Dartmouth College Library fosters intellectual growth and advances the
teaching and research missions of Dartmouth College by supporting excellence and
innovation in education and research, managing and delivering scholarly content,
and partnering in the development and dissemination of new scholarship. It is an
ARL library, participating in national and regional endeavors and organizations
such as DLF, CNI, SPARC, JSTOR, NELINET, and the Northeast Research Libraries

Dartmouth College is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer.
Women and minorities are encouraged to apply.