DescriptionThe University of Miami is committed to educating and nurturing students, creating knowledge, and providing service to our community and beyond. We are leaders in the area of education, scholarship, intercollegiate athletics and service. Come join our team!
Reporting to the Head of Web & Emerging Technologies, the Digital Technologies Programmer/Analyst provides leadership in the research, development and maintenance of the Libraries technical infrastructure. This includes web development, digital programs, user interfaces and other emerging technologies. The incumbent designs, develops, implements, and facilitates project management for the research and development of user-centered tools and applications to enhance operations and services. The DTPA is a member of the Digital Projects Team and supervises one programmer/analyst.
Requirements: Bachelor's degree in computer /information science or engineering, or the equivalent in education and experience. Five years programming experience, including demonstrated ability to work independently and in a team. High proficiency in at least two of these languages (PHP, Ruby, Java, Perl, XSLT, Python), and an excellent grounding in XML. Extensive knowledge of and experience with programming Web Services. Demonstrated experience with database technology such as MySQL. Demonstrated experience with Service Oriented Architecture and facility with UNIX. Position #042038
Hiring Range: $48,400 - $60,000
Experience or familiarity with digital object management systems such as CONTENTdm and Digital Commons. Experience or familiarity with Fedora, DSpace, or similar open source institutional repository software. Knowledge and use of protocols such as Open Archives Initiative-Protocol for Metadata Harvesting (OAI-PMH), SRU, open URL, library metadata standards (e.g. METS, MARC, Dublin Core) Experience with digital imaging, audio, and video formats. Knowledge and use of version control systems in software development. Web user interface design
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Published: Monday, June 4, 2012 13:55 UTC
Last updated: Tuesday, February 28, 2017 23:47 UTC