[tdwg-lit] Position announcement: Senior Programmer Analyst at Missouri Botanical Garden

Chris Freeland Chris.Freeland at mobot.org
Fri Jan 4 20:52:22 CET 2008

Apologies for cross posts.

The Missouri Botanical Garden (MOBOT), located in St. Louis, MO, is
seeking to hire a Senior Programmer Analyst to work on several large
biodiversity informatics projects, including the Biodiversity Heritage
Library (BHL) online at www.biodiversitylibrary.org.  

Primary responsibilities for this position include leading the
development effort for MOBOT's LAMP-based applications, complementing
the existing .Net team.  Up first on the development schedule is the
instantiation of Fedora (www.fedora-commons.org) at MOBOT as a
repository layer in our multi-platform, SOA-based infrastructure, then
refactoring applications and building new ones to utilize Fedora.
Future projects include enhancement of the BHL GUI and development of
tools for managing digital library content.

Qualifications include a BS in Computer Science or related field, 5
years experience developing enterprise-level applications, and 2 years
experience leading a development team.  Experience managing data and
applications in an open source environment (LAMP and its variants)
required.  Experience managing biodiversity and/or library datasets
preferred, but not required.

To apply online, please visit:

Chris Freeland
Manager, Bioinformatics
Missouri Botanical Garden
chris.freeland at mobot.org
(314) 577-9548 

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