The University of Michigan Library is recruiting a Research Data Programmer.
Here's an excerpt from the ad:
The focus (approximately 75-80%) of the position will be to develop the technological aspects of this new library service, working with researchers and librarians to gather, transform, archive, and provide access to this important data. The system will use the open-source Hydra software, built on a Fedora digital archive and Blacklight browsing system. The Hydra/Fedora/Blacklight architecture is gaining popularity for similar projects at other peer universities, and we plan to develop collaborative relationships with those institutions as the project progresses.