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[InetBib] Stellenangebot Europeana: Java Developer

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Liebe Kolleginnen und Kollegen,

Für die Europeana wird ein Projektmitarbeiter gesucht:

Java Developer
Java Developer for one of the most exciting projects in Europe, Europeana.eu. 
Developing in a cutting edge, open source environment, the job requires the 
understanding and interpretation of the business and the technical and semantic 
interoperability requirements from a broad range of cultural heritage 
backgrounds. We are looking for a java developer, who likes working in a team 
and in a fast paced environment. You should have some systems knowledge and a 
desire to learn new things. You must be capable of interpreting functional 
specifications and documenting your own work.
Europeana.eu <http://www.europeana.eu>  is a portal that brings together 
Europe's distributed cultural heritage. Europeana.eu inspires ideas and 
understanding by sharing Europe's cultural and scientific heritage with the 
world online. The prototype has been funded by the European Commission under 
the eContentplus programme 
, as part of the i2010 policy 
 . The European Commission's goal for Europeana is to build on Europe's rich 
heritage and combine multicultural and multilingual environments with 
technological advances and new business models.
Europeana v1.0 is a project funded by the European Commission to develop the 
Europeana prototype into a fully operational service. It is linked to a range 
of related projects which will provide content and develop functionality for 
v1.0, which will launch in 2010.
The EDL Foundation <http://group.europeana.eu/web/guest/edl-foundation/> , 
founded in 2007, is a dynamic organization responsible for Europeana v1.0 and 
related projects. The EDL Foundation has an enthusiastic and international 
team, based at the Koninklijke Bibliotheek (Royal Library) of the Netherlands 
in The Hague. about the EDL Foundation can be found on: 
Must have:
*       Enthusiasm for the cultural sector 
*       Initiative and problem-solving skills 
*       Ability to work independently and also in a team 
*       Commitment and energy 
*       Good level of spoken and written English 
*       Knowledge of the technologies used by Europeana
Good to have:
Some specific knowledge of some of the following would be useful:
*       Java - J2EE with the Spring Framework & Maven 
*       Hibernate, PostgreSQL 
*       SOLR / Lucene 
*       XML, XSLT 
*       FreeMarker templates, Google Web Toolkit 
*       Subversion (SVN), Trac
Ad hoc:
*       Travel when necessary
Our Offer:
Temporary appointment until June 2011 for 40 hours a week based at the 
Koninklijke Bibliotheek in The Hague, the Netherlands.
According to the Labour Agreement <http://www.wvoi.nl/default.asp?cid=1>  the 
salary scale indicated for this job is 11, maximum of €2448-3373,- gross per 
month on the basis of a 40 hour week. In addition you will be entitled to 42 
days holiday per year plus holiday pay and an annual bonus of 8 and 6.1% 
Contact information:
For questions about the job please email Bram van der Werf 
If you would like to apply for this position, please send your resume and cover 
letter to jobs.edlf@xxxxx, with the reference no. JD-01 0110 as subject or send 
it by mail to:
c/o the Koninklijke Bibliotheek
National Library of the Netherlands
PO Box 90407
2509 LK The Hague
The Netherlands
Closing Date:
Applications must be received before 25 January COB

Dr. Britta Woldering
Deutsche Nationalbibliothek / German National Library
Generaldirektion / Directorate General
Adickesallee 1
D-60322 Frankfurt am Main
Phone: +49-69-1525-1541
Fax: +49-69-1525-1010


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