DescriptionTwo fixed term posts available for 24 months, flexible working arrangements will be considered.
Two fixed term posts available for 24 months, flexible working arrangements will be considered. Are you a programming graduate? Do you enjoy resolving technical problems? Do you have the ability to develop creative technical solutions? Are you looking to work in a rapidly moving field? These posts offer the opportunity to work in a research-led University in the rapidly developing area of library systems and web development. We are currently working on the creation of a new digital content platform meaning that we will soon have to migrate content, configure connections with external systems and create/enhance web interfaces for users. You will support some of the Systems Team’s current work but also lead, or contribute to, the team’s work in the area of repository development.
The Library has made the further development of its web presence and its Digital Library a key part of its strategy and you will play a leading role in achieving this via the Digital Library platform (ePrints), the Library website (Jadu CMS), and a range of other web services. You will have a degree or equivalent qualification and have considerable experience of working in the field of web systems support and development. You will also have a comprehensive and up-to-date knowledge of web systems and web-based technologies. You will need excellent problem solving skills and be able to lead both technical solutions and consultation with other staff in the University.
University Grade 7 (£30,122 - £35,938 p.a.)
Informal enquiries may be made to Rod Crowley, tel +44 (0)113 343 5565, email email@example.com.
Closing Date: 4 January 2013
Please note the University is closed for Christmas from Friday 21 December 2012 and reopens on Wednesday 2 January 2013. We are therefore unable to respond to any queries relating to your application during this time.
Published: Monday, December 17, 2012 00:35 UTC
Last updated: Tuesday, February 28, 2017 23:46 UTC