Stanford University Libraries is seeking three software developers to join a team supporting discovery, access, and delivery as part of its digital library. We are looking for a backend software engineer who has a passion for implementation and technical design of applications and APIs, and a full-stack software engineer who is skilled at front-end development and at translating wireframes into attractive, functional, modern full-stack applications.
Stanford Libraries seeks three software developers to join a team supporting discovery, access, and delivery. The team is devoted to collaborative development of platforms and services to support the Library's mission of creating, preserving and making digital resources available in support of teaching, learning and research. The successful candidates will work on a variety of projects relating to the core functions of an academic library and its digital library, including discovery and fulfillment systems, digital object access and presentation, and many other patron-facing services.
The Digital Projects and Data Manager is a member of a highly collaborative team engaged in the creation, management, preservation, and publishing of digital collections. In collaboration with archivists, metadata specialists, and software engineers, the Digital Projects and Data Manager supports the development of generalizable approaches and streamlined workflows to facilitate the processing of archival data to collection discovery platforms efficiently and at scale.
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Why work with us?
You’ll love your work, but you’ll still have time and energy for a life.
You’ll work with colleagues you actually want to go have lunch with.
You’ll have opportunities to grow and management that encourages experimentation and risk taking.
You'll work on stuff that matters and helps make the world a better place.
We care about providing a welcoming and inclusive work environment.
We actively participate in efforts to make technology more inclusive.