The Virginia Tech Libraries are recruiting two Systems Engineers.
Here's an excerpt from the ad:
Incumbents will develop systems that: 1) enable data integration across distributed and heterogeneous local and external data sources to maximize data use and reuse in applications, and 2) support digital preservation strategies and repository systems research, development, and implementation. Primary responsibilities include leading technical contributions, such as data architecture design, data integration, system design and testing, and applications development, implementation, administration, and support, for data publishing and preservation projects (initial focus on VIVO and Fedora). Additional responsibilities include ensuring systems compatibility to meet project/program functionality, technical, and design specifications, and scheduling objectives; collaborating with colleagues in the Libraries and at other institutions in delivering system and web development projects; providing informed IT-related advice for Center for Digital Research and Scholarship (CDRS) projects; liaising with CDRS and Information Technologies and Services (ITS) personnel for planning and service development; participating in selected cross-Libraries working groups to improve systems and services; providing training to Libraries personnel (and library users where appropriate); participating in various systems engineering projects as a result of developments and changes in Library services.