DescriptionUnder the general supervision of the Digital Project Specialist, the developer will explore, adapt and support library information technologies to improve UCI Data Portal @ the Libraries, a UCI-specific instance of research data sharing software developed by the California Digital Library (CDL).
Plans, designs and implements code to add following functionality to existing system:geographic metadata entry interface, geographic browsing interface, Distinct XSLT & CSS-driven "view" centered on local datasets.
Works with staff at UCI Libraries and CDL to integrate code with GitHub codebase and create work and procedure documentation.
Telecommuting is an option for this position.
Salary: Hourly $25.01
Work Schedule: TBD
Limited Appt Position, 43%
Final candidate subject to background check.
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SKILLS, KNOWLEDGE AND ABILITIES:
Proven experience with XML and XML-related technologies such as XSLT, XGML/XML/XSL.
Experience with Ruby on Rails
Experience with servlet/page management software such as Apache Tomcat
Experience accessing and manipulating REST-based web services.
Ability to clearly communicate technical ideas to non-technical colleagues and users.
Ability to draft and maintain clear documentation.
Excellent analytical and problem-solving skills.
Skill to adapt to change and balance work priorities in a fast paced environment.
Knowledge of geospatial and mapping concepts such as spatial analysis, map projections etc.
Experience with geomapping software such as ArcGIS, Google Maps, Leaflet etc.
Experience working with source code version control such as Git/code repositories such as GitHub.
Experience writing code to interact with external APIs.
Familiarity with: Java, Perl, Python.
Familiarity with authentication systems such as Shibboleth or UCI s WebAuth.
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