DescriptionThe Munich Digitization Centre at the Bavarian State Library in Munich is looking for a full-time software developer to help with improving the access to their growing digital collections.
- Development of Java-based Web- and database applications for the access to our digital collections
- Maintenance of applications for the mass import of external datasets and development of new tools for automation and workflow control
- You have experience in the development of web applications with an object-oriented language (preferably Java) and modern web frameworks (ideally Spring MVC)
- You have used at least one of these technologies "in anger": JPA/Hibernate, SQL (preferably Postgres), Graph databases (e.g. Neo4J), search engines (Lucene/Solr), RabbitMQ
- Experience with Perl and PHP (for legacy applications, Java is the main development language)
- You know your way around JSON and XML (most of our data is TEI-based, so experience with that would be useful)
- You have previously designed, implemented and maintained RESTful web services
- Your enjoy developing scalable software with Linux
- Using modern version control systems in small-sized teams poses no challenge for you
The position is full-time and initially limited to two years, starting from September 1st, 2016. Compensation is based on the TV-L guidelines at level E13 (~45,000€) with 30 vacation days per year.
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Published: Monday, July 11, 2016 13:05 UTC
Last updated: Tuesday, February 28, 2017 23:40 UTC