New time-limited position for C# OOP Developer within the UF Libraries


The IT Expert - NEH Grant Developer will perform duties related to the
creation and support of software applications for the Unearthing St.
Augustine's Colonial Heritage grant: An Interactive Digital Collection for the
Nation's Oldest City project is a UF partnership with the City of St.
Augustine and the St. Augustine Historical Society. Funded by the National
Endowment for the Humanities (NEH) for a two year period, the team will create
and disseminate an interactive digital collection consisting of 11,000 maps,
drawings, photographs and documents and associated metadata that will be
available freely online. (See for more

Develops necessary scripting and programming, as well as databases and file
structures, needed to allow users to interact with digital collections.
Creates an interactive map interface and workspace allowing users to control
how they interact with digital objects and geospatial metadata.

The IT Expert - NEH Grant Developer is responsible for implementing and
integrating new system functionality. In collaboration with the Collection
Curators, Advisory Board members, and UF Digital Library Center and
Information Technologies (IT) staff, responsible for developing the necessary
scripting/programming, as well as underlying map layers, databases and file
structures, needed to allow users to interact with the digital collection.


This is a Grant funded, time-limited position for approximately 17 months.

Begin Date: August 31, 2012 - End Date: May 5, 2014.

To apply, please submit your application and resume online at:

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