LOCKSS Plugin Developer
The LOCKSS Program is seeking a full-time Plugin Developer to undertake a range of tasks in support of content ingest and processing for the LOCKSS Program. Are you a self-motivated, skilled developer who is passionate about digital preservation and access to information? Join our dedicated team and contribute to the long-term success of research libraries.
About the LOCKSS Program:
The LOCKSS Program makes the award-winning LOCKSS distributed digital preservation software platform, used worldwide by libraries to preserve and provide authoritative access to digital content, including scholarly communications, Web archives, and institutional repositories. It also operates digital preservation networks like the Global LOCKSS Network (GLN), delivers digital preservation services to organizations like the CLOCKSS Archive, and supports other digital preservation initiatives, all powered by the LOCKSS software. It is an internationally recognized part of the Stanford University Libraries (SUL) portfolio, having a major programmatic impact on the operations of memory organizations globally.
About the position:
The LOCKSS Plugin Developer will create and maintain Java plugins for retrieval, parsing, and processing of content from a variety of sources while noting ways in which this process might be streamlined. The Plugin Developer also creates and maintains Python and shell utilities for content validation at various workflow stages and participates in other projects in support of automation and process improvement. The role requires software development skills combined with the ability to dive in, learn quickly, and adapt from that to improved solutions.
This position reports to the LOCKSS Operations Manager and works closely with staff responsible for plugin development, content processing, and technical support to ensure accurate, efficient, and timely ingest and processing of new content on behalf of LOCKSS networks.
The position is full time, with possibility of remote (residing out of area) or hybrid (residing regionally and telecommuting multiple days a week) work arrangements. The expected pay range for this position is: $77,000 to $125,000 annually.
For more information and to apply, please see the full posting on the Stanford University Careers site: https://careersearch.stanford.edu/jobs/lockss-plugin-developer-21118
Published: Thursday, April 13, 2023 00:18 UTC
Last updated: Thursday, April 13, 2023 00:18 UTC