Barnard College Library and Academic Information Services seeks an Instructional Applications Developer to support digital curricular initiatives and provide access to digital collections. This new position in the Instructional Media and Technology Services (IMATS) unit, reporting to the Associate Dean for Teaching, Research, and Technology, will develop front-end applications, collaborate with units of the Library on the creation of pedagogical materials, act as a liaison to faculty members, and guide instructional projects from intake to production.

Essential Duties Summary

● Works with the Barnard College Archives, Barnard College IT (BCIT), and paid consultants to build, populate, configure, and maintain a digital archives stack (likely an open-source Fedora repository back end with an Islandora interface)
● Develops and maintains interactive web applications, in partnership with BCIT
● Identifies, creates, manages, and assesses new instructional media applications
● Consults and collaborates with faculty in the effective use of instructional media and technology for teaching and learning
● Mentors student computer fellows in programming/scripting/design projects
● Assesses, creates and modifies tools, scripts, and applications for digital preservation and access to digital archival materials
● Contributes to and leads other digital projects for the Library