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Arizona State University
Mesa, AZ, USA - potentially remote

The selected candidate will be responsible for providing the programming and technical expertise needed for the development, integration, and support of our Ex Libris systems: Alma, Primo, and Leganto as well as our library Bento Search application. The candidate will develop custom library applications that enhance and improve the discovery user interfaces to library content. The incumbent will also assist with programmatic data wrangling and remediation within the discovery systems and the library services platform.

  • Experience developing front-end web user interfaces using technologies such as JavaScript/jQuery, HTML, and CSS
  • Experiencing developing in Javascript including using frameworks such as Angular
  • Experience with RESTful APIs
  • Experience developing applications and software in programming languages such as Python and NodeJS
  • Experience developing integrations with existing software products
  • Demonstrated knowledge of best practices for the Web including accessibility, usability standards, standards compliance, and search engine optimization

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