November 5, 2009
Opening: Harvard Law Library, Web Developer
Duties And Responsibilities: The Harvard Law Library is seeking an energetic and creative web developer to join our newly created Digital Lab team. The Digital Lab is the Library's focal point for a wide range of activities including developing internet tools to promote and enhance access to legal information. The Web Developer manages the full life cycle of development projects. Reporting to the Manager of the Digital Lab, the Web Developer will design, develop, test and deploy new applications and extensions to existing applications; research coding and infrastructure technologies in connection with application design and implementation; identify integration requirements between applications; review and modify systems programs as needed to correct utility or application programs; install or customize modules and features for open source and proprietary software packages; develop and maintain documentation, participate in third party tool and product evaluations as needed, and take on other related duties as assigned. Works closely with librarian, unit director and other programmers.
Basic Qualifications: B.A. or B.S. in an appropriate area of specialization such as Computer Science or Informatics; at least 2 years of preofessional experience designing, implementing, testing and documenting web and other application projects.
Harvard University is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer.