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From the job posting:
POSITION VACANCY ANNOUNCEMENT
POSITION: Digital Library Application Programmer – Application Programmer 1
REPORTS TO: Head, Digital Development
SALARY: Minimum annual salary at $57,396.50; Actual rate will reflect experience and credentials
REQUISITION #: 516586
DEADLINE DATE: June 14, 2021 – applications will be reviewed as received
As a member of the Library Technology Services Department, Digital Development Unit, the Digital Library Application Programmer performs duties related to the creation and support of software applications for the UF Digital Collections and develops applications and services with an emphasis on the digital library system for patrons and internal needs. Under general direction of the unit head, works to design, develop, test, and deploy digital library applications including software to assist in internal digital workflow and operations. The Digital Library Application Programmer gathers requirements, develops applications, and provides support for digital services and applications.
To support all students, staff and faculty, and foster excellence in a diverse and collaborative society, the Libraries are actively seeking candidates who bring culturally-rich lived experiences to work with individuals of diverse backgrounds, experiences, races, ethnicities, genders, sexual orientation, and perspectives.
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 15 million pages.
The Library Technology Services (LTS) Department is a service oriented group that maintains, researches, develops, optimizes and supports information systems and technology for the George A. Smathers Libraries at the University of Florida. The department is a service hub providing an array of services and support, including technical expertise for evaluating external service providers, application development, project management, risk management, and administration supporting collaboration to optimally deliver on program and project needs.