Software Preservation Analyst at Yale University

Yale University is recruiting a Software Preservation Analyst (term: two years from date of hire).

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Reporting to the Software Preservation Program Manager, the Software Preservation Analyst leads department efforts in the planning and configuration of a library of emulated software applications for use in the Library’s emulation-as-a-service platform, a developing framework for access and use of preserved software and digital objects. . . . The Analyst is responsible for management of a growing collection of legacy computer hardware, installation media, and software applications. They create computer images of legacy equipment, using digital forensic tools and the command-line interface, for configuration and use in the emulation service.

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Author: Charles W. Bailey, Jr.

Charles W. Bailey, Jr.