Associate Director for Software Engineering
Manage the software engineering function for Stanford’s digital library, within the Digital Library Systems and Services (DLSS) unit of the University Libraries. Directly manage a large team of software engineers for full-stack digital library infrastructure and the LOCKSS project; oversee the department-wide engineering practices. Work with architects, senior technologists, product management and operations staff to help define, implement and sustain engineering efforts to meet business requirements of both environments. Have primary responsibility for shaping and delivering best practices in software development methodologies, overseeing engineering staff, and participating in the software engineering and design decisions for key systems. Participate and contribute to multiple in open source software projects. Stanford’s efforts on these fronts are recognized internationally, and have a major programmatic impact on the University’s operation and that of libraries worldwide.
Digital Library Software Engineer
Stanford University Libraries seeks a software engineer to imagine, create and sustain infrastructure, applications and services for Stanford's Digital Library. We are looking for a qualified and dedicated developer and tool builder to join a world class team devoted to collaborative development of sophisticated software to support the Library's mission of creating, preserving and making digital resources available in support of teaching, learning and research. Come work in an agile-inspired, test-driven, team environment, balancing the rapid and incremental delivery of new functionality with operational robustness.
Digital Library Research Engineer
Stanford Libraries seeks a new software developer to help build sophisticated, sustainable, and generalizable tools and infrastructure in order to support interdisciplinary digital research. We are looking for a qualified and dedicated digital library software developer who is interested in building technologies to support projects in the digital humanities, computational social sciences, STEM fields and more.
LOCKSS Partnerships Manager
Help us advance resilient, networked digital preservation for communities. The LOCKSS Program, a division of Digital Library Systems and Services at Stanford University Libraries, is seeking a partnerships manager to support the adaptation and utilization of LOCKSS networks and technologies for a growing array of communities and use cases. We offer generous salaries, a beautiful working environment, a diverse team of passionate and talented programmers and librarians, and the opportunity to have a meaningful impact in the field of digital preservation.
Digitization Services Manager
Stanford Libraries seeks a Digitization Services Manager to fill in an exciting new role as the portfolio manager for cultural heritage digitization efforts, including imaging, audiovisual media reformatting, born-digital capture, and 3D scanning. The successful candidate will engage with library staff, faculty and other members of the Stanford community to manage, develop, and extend the services in support of teaching and research. The Digitization Services Manager will work closely with our existing team of digitization specialists and well-equipped facilities, and will collaborate broadly with other library professionals at Stanford and in the greater community who manage related digital projects and services.
Repository Specialist (Data Operations)
Stanford Libraries seeks a Repository Specialist (Data Operations) to support the current and evolving operations of the Stanford Digital Repository. The successful candidate will have a strong understanding of traditional and emerging library metadata standards and practices as well as experience developing digital library content models and processing workflows. Demonstrated aptitude and appetite for collaboration and experimentation are required.
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Published: Saturday, March 18, 2017 04:55 UTC
Last updated: Saturday, March 18, 2017 04:55 UTC