DescriptionThe University Library at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill is seeking an Applications Analyst to join the Carolina Digital Repository development team in the Library Systems department. The Carolina Digital Repository (CDR) is a digital archive for materials produced by members of the UNC community. It preserves and provides access to digital scholarly output, digitized and born-digital special collections, and university records of enduring value. The CDR uses open-source Fedora Commons repository software and iRODS data grid software for storage management. The work of the Digital Repository Analyst is highly collaborative in nature, requiring coordination with a team of developers, systems administrators, archivists, and external stakeholders. The Digital Repository Analyst develops tools supporting ingest, management, preservation, and delivery of digital content. The Analyst participates in the full-life cycle of application development, from design through implementation, testing, user acceptance, maintenance, and end-user support. The Analyst documents code and manages development within a versioning system. The Analyst evaluates new and emerging technologies for use in the CDR. From time to time the Analyst might also work on projects not directly related to the repository.
The successful candidate will have strong communication skills and feel comfortable working in a cross-functional team environment to write software and complete projects. The Digital Repository Analyst must have the ability to work collaboratively with team members and external stakeholders to analyze functional requirements for proposed projects, identify appropriate technologies to meet those requirements, and develop/adapt these technologies for local use. The successful candidate will have a high aptitude for quickly mastering new skills and technologies. Required skills include: Java; web application development experience; and experience with XML and XML-related technologies.
How to apply
XML SPARQL Solr SOAP RSS Representational State Transfer RDF Open Archives Initiative Protocol for Metadata Harvesting METS Metadata Object Description Standard jQuery Java Server Page Java HTML GNU/Linux Git Fedora Repository Architecture Dublin Core Digital repository Cascading Style Sheets Apache Tomcat
Published: Tuesday, October 2, 2012 10:17 UTC
Last updated: Tuesday, February 28, 2017 23:46 UTC