See the full posting here, http://library.ufl.edu/pers/documents/PVA_WebDevr2_August2019.pdf
This is another member of our development team, which works heavily with my department, Digital Partnerships & Services, and other awesome folks in Digital Services, internationally with the Digital Library of the Caribbean (dLOC), and many other partners at UF and beyond. The person in this position will work with great folks, on meaningful and important work to enable worldwide access to important materials, permanent digital preservation, and community and capacity building work in digital scholarship!
The posting starts with:
POSITION VACANCY ANNOUNCEMENT
POSITION: Digital Collections Front-End Web Programmer – Web Developer 2
REPORTS TO: Head, Digital Development
SALARY: Minimum annual salary at $51,500; Actual rate will reflect experience and credentials
REQUISITION #: 512079
DEADLINE DATE: October 9, 2019 – applications will be reviewed as received
JOB SUMMARY: As a member of the Library Technology Services Department, Digital Development Unit, a Web Development Programmer (Digital Collections Front-End Web Developer) is being recruited to perform duties related to the creation and support of software applications for the Libraries’ Digital Support Services and Digital Partnerships & Strategies Departments, and to develop web applications and services with an emphasis on user experience. This position reports directly to the Head of the Digital Development Unit, and works to design, develop, test, and deploy digital library websites and web applications including designing web application architecture, code development, and ensuring site functionality.
The Library Technology Services Department serves as the focal point for planning, managing and coordinating technology-based Information Resources that support Library operations. The Digital Development Unit is an agile development group that supports internationally recognized digital libraries of critical importance for research, preservation, and culture, including the Florida Digital Newspaper Library, the Digital Library of the Caribbean, and over 300 other outstanding digital collections that comprise the UF Digital Collections (UFDC), containing over 14 million pages, covering over 78 thousand subjects in rare books, manuscripts, antique maps, children’s literature, newspapers, theses and dissertations, data sets, photographs, oral histories, and more for permanent access and preservation. Through UFDC, users have free and Open Access to full unique and rare materials held by UF and partner institutions. The Digital Development Unit utilizes UF’s central IT infrastructure for commodity-based servers, and collaborates with core units in the Libraries for development and management to develop unique applications that power the user interface, and tools that power local and partner digitization, including full supports for production, digital curation, tracking, and reporting.
See the full posting here: http://library.ufl.edu/pers/documents/PVA_WebDevr2_August2019.pdf