The Research Software Developer works in the domains of the Digital Humanities and Research Data. As a shared position between the Center for Digital Humanities (CDH) and Princeton University Library (PUL), the developer will work with faculty, graduate students, undergraduates, and postdoctoral fellows across the disciplines to enhance Princeton’s research community and support data-driven research.
In both CDH and PUL, the developer will create, maintain, configure, adapt, and document source code to support data-driven research, establish best practices, and help develop innovative digital humanities projects in a collaborative environment that includes fellow CDH and PUL staff, academic researchers, and other relevant campus partners.
The developer will offer consultations and training related to data management and programming skills for the Princeton community. They will help to raise the profile of software development at Princeton through participation in national and international professional and scholarly communities.
The Research Software Developer reports to the Lead Developer in the Center for Digital Humanities and the head of PUL's Digital Repository and Discovery Services. Twenty percent of their CDH time will be devoted to a personal R&D project, chosen in consultation with the Lead Developer.
NOTE: This is a 3-year term position with possibility of renewal.
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