Digital Library Jobs: Systems Analyst Programmer: Digital Library Infrastructure at Indiana

The Indiana University Digital Library Program is recruiting a Systems Analyst Programmer: Digital Library Infrastructure (position is funded for 15 months with the potential for renewal).

Here's an excerpt from the ad:

The Indiana University Digital Library Program (DLP) is seeking a skilled developer and analyst to provide technical leadership to a project to reengineer the Digital Library of the Commons (DLC). The new technical infrastructure for the DLC is based on the DSpace (http://www.dspace.org/) open source software developed by MIT. The new DLC implementation will be integrated into overall architecture of the DLP and will need to interface with the DLP's Fedora based Digital Library Repository Service.

Under minimal supervision from the Digital Library Program's Associate Director for Projects and Services and working closely with the DLP's Lead Programmer/Analyst, the Systems Analyst/Programmer is responsible for the requirements analysis, design, development, and implementation of the Digital Library of the Commons which includes working with end-users as well as analysts and developers within the DLP.

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