14.604 programmer analyst job at Cornell

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                   Humanist Discussion Group, Vol. 14, No. 604.
           Centre for Computing in the Humanities, King's College London

             Date: Tue, 23 Jan 2001 07:31:56 +0000
             From: william marquis <wem4@cornell.edu>
             Subject: Job: Humanities Computing at Cornell

    Job: Programmer Analyst Spec.

    Location: CIDC, Kroch Library, Cornell University

    Using the resources of the Internet and computing and networking
    technologies, CIDC is developing shared digital collections of visual and
    textual resources drawn from a variety of sources at Cornell and around the
    world. Organizing and maintaining each online collection requires
    cooperative efforts between academic, technical, and managerial
    specialists. All illustrate the potential for synergistic collaboration
    inherent in research universities like Cornell and exemplify the tremendous
    applicability of digital collections.

    Description: Design and develop web-accessible databases for cultural and
    library research materials. Much of the time will be spent developing a
    worldwide database for the performing arts. Develop interfaces for the
    creation, modification, and retrieval of database objects via the
    Web. Design, implement, and maintain software interfaces with a variety of
    database systems. Apply technical expertise with SQL, database-to-web
    middleware, and Web languages (HTML, JavaScript) in accomplishing these
    tasks. Requirements: BA degree or equivalent. 2-5 years experience with
    Web design and database programming in a networked environment. Experience
    with database-to-web programming tools such as Cold Fusion, PhP, Active
    Server Pages, or PERL. Ability to program in JavaScript, HTML, or Perl.

    Please address all inquiries to:


    William E. Marquis
    Kroch Library 2B
    Cornell University
    Ithaca, NY 14853

            William Marquis,
            Systems Administrator
            CIDC, Kroch Library
    "If builders had built buildings the way programmers write programs, the
    woodpecker species would have destroyed civilization"

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