Full time Remote / Telecommute

CollectionSpace User Interface Developer

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Created: May 4, 2014


CollectionSpace is a web-based collections information management system, designed by and for museum professionals and others who work with objects, artifacts, specimens, and other types of collections (i.e., library special collections, historical, natural, and cultural artifacts), to manage many aspects of their day-to-day business, such as cataloging the objects in their collections, managing acquisitions and loans, and much more. The CollectionSpace project team is comprised of a dynamic group of professionals based at universities and museums in North America, the UK, and Europe. Our work is grounded in the community-source model that places emphasis on community needs first and in the open-source model of developing software that is distributed under the ECL2 license.

We are looking for individuals who believe that working directly with end-users is critical to success, who like to problem solve and who are team players. We are changing the paradigm of what it means to manage collections and how museums and higher education institutions collaborate to use the web and 21st century technologies to their greatest advantage.

The CollectionSpace User Interface Developer is primarily responsible for UI development, and all related technical documentation, code reviews and upgrades, testing, and quality assurance. The developer will also have opportunities to work with other parts of the CollectionSpace system, to the extent their skill set and business needs make such work feasible.

To apply, please provide cover letter and resume, referencing job opening title, to human.resources@lyrasis.org or fax to 404.892.7879.

LYRASIS is an equal opportunity employer. LYRASIS reserves the right to alter the position overview, with or without notice to the employee. The position overviews are not a contract of employment and do not alter the employment relationship. Every position overview is subject to modification to reasonably accommodate persons with disabilities.​​​​​​​​​

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