Digital library software engineer at the University of California Curation
Center (UC3) for a one year term, with the possibility for
extension. UC3, a core programs at the
California Digital Library (CDL), is one of the world's premier digital
curation programs, is a creative partnership between the CDL, the ten UC
campuses, and the international preservation and curation communities,
provides a wide variety of online services and solutions to ensure the long-
term viability and usability of digital content in support of the University's
research, teaching, learning, and outreach mission.

Reporting to the UC3 development manager, and working with the UC3 team of

analysts, and developers, the incumbent will be responsible for the full range
of agile software development activities: refining functional requirements
from use cases; developing UI and data model designs and technical
specifications; implementation of those specifications; testing and
documenting the resulting codebase; and deployment of operational systems in a
production environment. Candidates will have demonstrated
experience and expertise in developing sophisticated online web services and
supporting technologies, as well as in general software development
methodologies and best practices.

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