Job DescriptionThe Alliance Digital Repository (http://adr.coalliance.org) is a consortial digital repository service currently being developed at the Colorado Alliance of Research Libraries. The repository actively develops and maintains a set of services and open source tools to support ingestion, search and discovery, digital object delivery and presentation, and preservation of digital content (i.e. digital images, text, audio files, video, and other content). Position Description: In close coordination with the ADR Project Director, ADR Software Engineer, and Alliance Systems and Network Administrator, as well as representatives and developers from member institutions, the Repository Services Programmer works across the spectrum of digital repository initiatives by designing, developing, implementing, and maintaining tools and applications for use in support of the ADR. Tasks include, but are not limited to defining requirements for tools to support delivery of image, text, and other media file formats; evaluating open source solutions; developing web-based user interfaces; designing, coding and testing software; and defining and implementing interfaces with other systems in the consortium. Position also maintains relevant documentation, attends project meetings, and represents the Alliance at relevant conferences and meetings. This position will also be tasked with working in-depth with the Alliance's Fez/Fedora repository software environment (http://www.fedora-commons.org/ ; http://dev-repo.library.uq.edu.au/wiki/index.php/Main_Page ). Many of the challenges opportunities that are encountered in this position are related to the open-source software environment and require a strong ability to troubleshoot and solve problems. A very analytical approach as well as flexibility and creativity lend themselves well in this position. Ability to create and prioritize tasks based on project assignments is essential. There is also a strong expectation of actively participating in the open-source community.
The CommunityAbout the Alliance http://www.coalliance.org The Colorado Alliance of Research Libraries is a non-profit consortium of eleven libraries in Colorado and Wyoming. It is a 32 year old partnership of academic, special and public libraries with a history of working in concert to share resources through cooperative purchasing, special projects, systems management and consulting services. Member Libraries include: Auraria Library, Colorado College, Colorado School of Mines, Colorado State University, Denver Public Library, Regis University, University of Colorado at Boulder, University of Colorado at Colorado Springs, University of Denver, University of Northern Colorado and the University of Wyoming.