As the leader of a team of six software developers within the Princeton University Library IT unit, reporting to the Assistant Director for Library Information Technology, the successful candidate will oversee the development of the Library’s digital repository and discovery systems, as well as other open source applications related to digital preservation, access, and associated workflows. The successful candidate will engage with users and stakeholders to gather requirements and feedback, coordinate our participation in open source development communities, and collaborate with a diverse group of library colleagues in support of our strategic priorities.
Interested candidates are asked to submit a cover letter for full consideration.
With colleagues in Library IT, the successful candidate will:
Preferred Skills and Experience:
Preference will be given to candidates who have significant experience with open source software development, including the ability to communicate and collaborate with other developers and managers, in person and in writing, both locally and around the world, or with any of the following:
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