EPrints Services are looking for
We are looking for keen minds with experience of Linux, Web scripting languages, CSS and databases.
With the ability to take on varied software development projects involving requirements gathering, design, implementation and delivery of customer projects.
We’re looking for someone to help maintain and support our existing customer systems and services.
While also having a focus on developing and supporting a number of more varied projects, including a custom content management system for a large commercial partner.
As well as EPrints based systems, we are looking for someone to help with some of our other activities. To maintain our Canvas and Jupyter systems. To help with our software testing process. Or to help with Project Management or Sales activities. Experience in these is not key, but a willingness to learn is.
This role is being advertised to Graduates through to more experienced Software Engineers to allow you to find your place in our team. And as such this is a Level 4 or Level 5 post.
If you are interested or have questions then please get in touch with Justin Bradley – email@example.com
Our current opening can also be applied for via https://jobs.soton.ac.uk/Vacancy.aspx?ref=2074522FP-R
We are a small team situated within Electronics and Computer Science (ECS), at the University of Southampton‘s Highfield campus.
At our core is an open source repository platform, EPrints, which provides a flexible way to configure operations concerning data capture, structure and presentation, and a range of services that allow content to be accessed in a variety of ways.
The EPrints platform is used in over 600 organisations throughout the world.
We directly support over a 100 customer EPrints repositories, as well as supporting the open source EPrints platform.
Most of our customer community are based in Universities and IHE within the UK, but many are also based further afield, we also have a number of significant commercial contracts.
The EPrints platform is designed to promote, encourage and facilitate the use of Open Access and Open Data practices. As a member of the team you will help support our customers to achieve these.
While we are looking to recruit full time staff, if you are local to Southampton and are interested in working part time with us, perhaps while pursuing your current research or PhD, drop us a line.