The University of Minnesota is looking for a Web Applications Developer in Minneapolis, MN. According to the post, “The Web Development department supports multiple projects using JavaScript, PHP and MySQL, including a large site driven by the Drupal CMS. The Web Applications Developer will lead in implementing and extending the Drupal CMS for the main public facing web site of the University Libraries (www.lib.umn.edu), creating customization and personalization options for library users, optimizing library web site(s) for mobile devices, designing new sites, and using new web services technologies to improve the user experience in discovering, searching, finding, or accessing library materials and content. The Web Applications Developer is expected to exemplify software development best practices (source control, automated testing, deployment tools, devops, etc.) and write good documentation.”

Qualifications include: “Experience in the design and manipulation of database-driven web applications. Experience with PHP and/or another dynamic server-side language. HTML, CSS , SQL, JavaScript, jQuery and/or other common tools. Advanced degree in Computer Science, Information Science, or a related field. Experience developing interactive web applications using the Drupal content management system, including module development. Experience with the Solr search platform. Familiarity or practical experience with library enterprise systems. Experience with RDF and/or semantic web standards. Knowledge of agile software development processes. Experience with Git. Experience with designing and implementing web services (REST). Front-end development experience.”

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