[Linux-aus] [OT] Vacancy: CDU Library Systems Support Officer (Digitisation & Repository)
josh at nitrotech.org
Fri Feb 5 12:15:55 EST 2010
There is a Linux Australia Jobs List for this sort of advertising that
may get you a more appropriate audience ( http://linux.org.au/jobs/ ).
I have forwarded the email to that list on your behalf.
On Fri, 2010-02-05 at 09:29 +0930, Anthony Hornby wrote:
> Hi Everyone,
> We have a vacancy in our systems support team for a Library Systems
> Support Officer.
> This position will primarily be responsible for supporting our
> digitisation & institutional repository efforts.
> Job Vacancy Details & how to apply here:
> Our institutional repository is Fez+Fedora based (open source) and
> available here http://espace.cdu.edu.au.
> An idea of the sorts of things we have been involved in is here:
> This is an opportunity to work on interesting projects in a great
> team, give back to the open source community and be part of the
> world-wide movement to make research outputs more accessible. If you
> think this sounds like you – get your application in !!
> Library and Information Access (LIA) provides quality information
> services supporting the thriving Charles Darwin University (CDU)
> Library Technology Support Officer
> Vacancy Reference Number: 210045
> Continuing full-time appointment – Located in Darwin
> Remuneration Package – HEW Level 6/7
> Base salary of $57,519 - $68,401 per annum plus superannuation
> employer contribution up to 17%
> District Allowance may apply. Conditions include 6 weeks annual leave
> A pro-active and customer-focused individual is required to fill the
> role of Library Technology Support Officer. The role primarily will be
> to ensure the provision of quality, effective and technology support
> to internal and external stakeholders with a particular focus on
> digitising print materials for use online and supporting and
> developing the CDU research repository espace.cdu.edu.au. The ideal
> candidate will be possess a relevant degree in Information Technology
> or Librarianship and/or equivalent, demonstrated programming
> experience in one or more languages such as PHP, Java and Perl with
> experience in database administration and designing and using SQL
> queries. Good understanding of XML, XSLT and metadata schemas is also
> highly regarded. Commitment to providing best practice customer focus
> and being a willing member of the team is essential.
> Applications Close: 15 February 2010
> Regards Anthony
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