|Date Posted||May 7, 2019|
Join a team of dedicated, motivated, talented, supportive, and caring colleagues who develop infrastructure and software for data empowered scholarship. The Johns Hopkins University Sheridan Libraries have a longstanding set of relationships with researchers that have resulted in innovative programs such as the Public Access Submission System, RMap, Data Conservancy, Digital Library of Medieval Manuscripts, Archaeology of Reading, Digital Games for Student Wellness, and preservation of the Sloan Digital Sky Survey. We embrace the ideas of "Care, Code, and Digital Libraries."
This position will focus on the updating of the JHU Data Archive to support health sciences data. The JHU Data Archive will be available for any researcher who wishes to deposit and archive research data, particularly as it relates to compliance with federally funded research (e.g., NIH grant). Specific systems or applications include:
Fedora repository platform, Amazon Web Services (or equivalent), Versity storage manager (VSM), Red Hat Enterprise Linux (or equivalent), Fibre Channel, Atlassian, Jira & Confluence, Git, Docker, ZFS, Tomcat, Apache HTTPD, Kafka, Zookeeper, Shibboleth, Python, Maria DB, Postgres, MS SQL server, VMWare (VSphere), vSAN, Active Directory, MS Windows server, encryption technologies (e.g., LUKS), auditing tools (e.g., AuditD), SELinux, Globus.