Web 2.0 / Library 2.0 Developer: Another 2.0 Job (in Germany!)

Via Hans Roes, who I met in Holland at Ticer:


Web 2.0 / Library 2.0 Developer

Information Resource Center

The Information Resource Center (IRC) at International University Bremen (IUB) invites applications for a full-time position for a

Web 2.0 / Library 2.0 Developer

International University Bremen (IUB) is a private, independent university offering degrees in engineering, natural sciences, humanities and social sciences at bachelor’s, master’s and doctoral levels. Founded in 1999, the university now has over 1000 students from over 80 different countries. Core values of the university are excellence, internationality, transdisciplinarity, interactivity and independence.

The mission of the Information Resources and Multimedia department is to offer facilities and services in support of teaching, learning and research that meet the high ambitions of IUB. Under a new leadership, a new strategy has been developed that addresses innovations in both the real and the virtual environment. The recently built Campus Center will become the preferred place for students and faculty to meet, work and learn. Digital library and multimedia services will be developed that are closely integrated with learning, teaching and research processes.

Together with the systems librarian, innovate search and retrieve experiences for users.
Developing and maintaining the system for the IUB institutional repository.
Integration of library and multimedia systems with other major campus systems, providing services closely linked to teaching, learning and research.
Promote and support the use of tools for collaborative work such as blogs and wikis by students and faculty.
Contribute to the development of the overall IUB website and the library portal in particular.
Function as a backup for the systems librarian.

Take a look at the full ad, and if you have some serious code skills and are a “Geek and team player, wild about web 2.0, willing to learn and share,” this job may be for you!