The California Digital Library’s Access Group is seeking a programmer
analyst to help build and provide access to a world-class collection of
scholarly publications and datasets, and historical and primary source
materials.  We need your expertise to develop platforms and tools for
distributing the scholarly work generated by the UC academic community and
for surfacing the remarkable, one-of-a-kind collections held in the
University of California’s campus libraries and California’s cultural

*About the position: Programmer/Analyst II***

The programmer analyst will provide development and operations support to
our core services—eScholarship, the Online Archive of California, and
Calisphere—with a focus on further developing systems for contributing
digital content.  We are committed to helping institutions of varying sizes
and technical infrastructure expand access to their collections within
California and across the world.  The programmer analyst will also help
enhance end-user services to provide innovative access to those collections.

This position will play a major role in CDL’s contribution to the Open
Journal Systems (OJS) project; additional projects may include:

   - Developing a statistics reporting system  that meets internal and
   contributor needs
   - Building out a user interface for contributing content
   - Supporting the ingest and display of new content streams, such as audio
   and video
   - Creating new tools for both content contributors and end-users to meet
   expanding user expectations

The programmer analyst will also be responsible for keeping “an ear to the
ground” for potential new tools and services by monitoring technology trends
and investigating their viability and potential incorporation into Access
Group services.  The CDL continually seeks new and creative ideas, and this
position has the potential to make a real difference in how we work and what
kinds of features we offer our constituents.

For more information, and to apply, visit