Digital Antiquity seeks a Lead Research Software Engineer to guide the future development and maintenance of tDAR (the Digital Archaeological Record), the Center’s digital repository for archaeological data and documents. tDAR is dedicated to ensuring long-term preservation, access, and reuse of irreplaceable archaeological data in order to extend our knowledge of the human past and improve the management of our shared cultural heritage. This position offers an excellent career opportunity to make meaningful contributions to archaeological science within the dynamic research environment of Arizona State University, a major research university located in Tempe, Arizona.
The tDAR repository (the Digital Archaeological Record) is a pioneering FAIR and Core Trust Seal Certified digital repository and science gateway dedicated to the preservation, access, and reuse of archaeological datasets with user-initiated ingest of data, documents, images, and associated metadata. We seek a motivated lead research software engineer to help us expand our suite of information management services through expert systems design and implementation, refactoring, and maintenance of existing applications that support robust storage, discovery, and dissemination of the digital assets held in the repository, as well as integration with other open science initiatives and external systems.
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