Come join the University voted #1 in innovation in the United States four years in a row! ASU Library is looking for a dedicated professional to join a team devoted to collaborative development of software to support the library's mission of creating, preserving, and making digital resources discoverable.
The Repository Developer (Digital Library Software Engineer) will imagine, create, and sustain infrastructure, applications, and services for ASU’s digital repository and online services. S/he will work alongside faculty, librarians, and IT colleagues across campus and within open-source communities on projects that advance research, teaching, and learning.
Responsible for technical design, development and maintenance of ASU Library’s digital repository stack, including Fedora, Drupal, and Islandora components.
Configures, optimizes, and contributes to open-source repository and preservation software and engages in collaborative activities.
Reviews systems and software designs and prepares and conducts functional tests.
Executes procedures and standards for accessibility, quality assurance, and scalability.
Creates and maintains internal documentation.
The successful candidate is excited by the prospect of:
- Working on community-driven open-source projects
- Collaboratively developing the next generation digital library
- Working on a team committed to continuous evaluation and improvement of our software development practices
- Working with a diverse group of people representing a wide range of professional backgrounds and expertise
Salary Range: $64,440 - $114,560 per year; DOE
Closing Date: 21-August-2019
How to apply
Tammy Allgood Wolf
Director of Online Strategy
Arizona State University Library
Published: Friday, August 2, 2019 01:34 UTC
Last updated: Friday, August 2, 2019 01:34 UTC