University Title: IT Programmer 2 Departmental Title: Programmer/Analyst 2 Department: DLDC Classification: IT Exempt Work Schedule: Full-time
We envision an interoperable digital library which integrates information resources with instruction and research, and a digital archive which ensures the persistence and usability of these resources over time.
The Digital Library Development Center collaborates with librarians, faculty, university departments and other groups, and colleagues at other institutions, to develop and maintain networked information systems for use today, and to ensure the long-term preservation of information resources delivered through these systems for continued availability in the future. Our core activities include designing, building, and maintaining web sites, dynamic information resources, and digital collections; installing and supporting vended systems that provide access to information resources; administering the network of information server computers which underlie our digital library and which support related initiatives on campus; researching, evaluating, and implementing new technologies; participating in national and international digital library initiatives; and documenting and sharing procedures, policies, and discoveries.
Develops, implements, customizes, tests and maintains technological solutions to support the University of Chicago Library's digital collections and other digital library systems for which the DLDC is responsible.
Researches end-user requirements. Develops design specifications. Installs, evaluates and tests software. Programming. Designs and manages a workflow. Documents work.
Experience working in a library, academic or other research environment preferred. Experience working in a digital library setting preferred. Experience working in a production Unix/Linux environment preferred. Experience working with Semantic Web technologies (RDF triplestores; SPARQL queries; RDFa) preferred.
Ability to sit for 4 hours or more. Ability to use computers extensively for 4 hours or more.
The University of Chicago is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer.
To apply for this position submit a profile along with a resume and cover letter to https://jobopportunities.uchicago.edu/applicants/jsp/shared/Welcome_css.jsp
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