The Scholarly Publishing Office at the University of Michigan University Library is recruiting an Interface Programmer (two-year term appointment with the possibility of renewal).
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The SPO Interface Programmer works in a team environment for online publishing of scholarly literature and is primarily responsible for implementing interfaces for a broad variety of scholarly publications, making contributions to interface design and usability testing, using open standards and open-source software. The Interface Programmer will also contribute to the design and development of online publishing tools, including content management systems.
Work will primarily focus on coding publication-specific interface customizations for SPO's locally developed publishing platform, DLXS (see http://www.dlxs.org). Other projects may include: system-wide improvements to the DLXS interface; implementation of content management system for digitalculturebooks (an online book series); interface support for collaborative publishing projects with the University of Michigan Press; interface specification for a database of 20 disciplinarily related journals; assessment and implementation of strategies to increase the discoverability of SPO publications; participation in a review of electronic publishing platforms.