Sr. Developer, California Digital Library

California Digital Library – Oakland

University of California Curation Center (UC3) is part of the California Digital Library (CDL). We partner with teams at the CDL, on the ten UC campuses, and in the international curation community to provide innovate services and solutions to ensure the long-term usability of digital scholarly content.

What are we looking for?
UC3 is seeking a Senior Software Developer to join the expanding team at one of the world’s premiere digital curation programs.

What do we do?
We’re a dynamic team of developers, data management experts, and curators, all with a common goal: to deliver tools and services that support the spectrum of digital content management from acquisition to preservation, enabling sharing and discovery of digital scholarly content.  We currently support three major online services (Dash, DMPTool, Merritt) built with Java and Ruby/Rails technologies, as well as initiatives for research data management, data publication, alternative metrics for usage and impact, format characterization, and web archiving.

What will you do?
As a Senior Developer you will apply advanced software concepts and agile techniques to plan, create, maintain, enhance, and operate robust, high-availability (24×7) services responsive to the evolving needs of UC3 stakeholders. As an enthusiastic member of the development team, you will liaison with UC3 service managers, DevOps administrator, and the CDL’s infrastructure and technology staff.

What do we offer?
Our work atmosphere is creative ad productive, yet relaxed enough to support a balanced work-life environment. It’s an exciting place to work, mostly because of the cool, smart people you’ll interact with on a daily basis.  CDL is conveniently located in the heart of the vibrant Uptown Oakland neighborhood near BART and other mass transit services and is cycle-friendly.

For more details on requirements of this job offering and/or to apply, please visit our job posting.

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