|Date Posted||December 4, 2018|
This position is a great opportunity for an early career software developer to work on an innovative Mellon grant funded project led by Johns Hopkins University. Working with a team of developers and scholars, this position will develop software related to annotation interoperability across a range of applications.
The software engineer is responsible for the creation, implementation, maintenance, performance, production support and documentation of user interfaces and software at the Sheridan Libraries including the Roman de la Rose digital library, the Archaeology of Reading, Digital Library of Medieval Manuscripts and other digital humanities collections and projects. This includes but is not limited to the installation, modification, and testing of new and/or upgraded applications (packages or home grown), operating systems, file structures, hardware, communication devices, and productivity tools. Applies analysis techniques and procedures to gather and then translate business requirements into functional/technical specifications and designs. Using functional specifications and designs, produces all or part of the deliverables. Maintains databases and application system code.
Please note this position is a fixed term position from March 1, 2019 through September 30, 2020.