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    Griffith Institute in the Faculty of Oriental Studies, University of Oxford Information Technology Support Officer for the Online Egyptological Bibliography
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      Griffith Institute in the Faculty of Oriental Studies, University of Oxford

      Information Technology Support Officer for the Online Egyptological
      Bibliography

      University Grade: 8, stages 01–04, Salary in the range £36,532 – £39,920
      per annum pro rata to 40%, 16-month fixed-term

      The Griffith Institute is seeking to appoint from late 2009 an ICT
      Officer to provide support for the Online Egyptological Bibliography
      (OEB), which will be moved from Amsterdam to a server in Oxford in late
      2009 and will be further developed and migrated to a new software
      platform over the next year. This is a major database project that
      involves integrating material from diverse sources, including other
      databases that are to be incorporated into the OEB, as well as designing
      new input and search modules for use in a Unicode-compliant system. The
      successful candidate will have a professional knowledge of database
      systems, including Microsoft Access and MySQL with complex SQL
      statements and queries, as well as web-based systems, notably ASP, PHP,
      internet technologies such as (X)HTML and JavaScript, and general web
      design. She or he will also manage integrity, security, and online
      subscriptions to the OEB. This is a challenging position that will suit
      particularly a specialist in computing for the humanities.

      Further particulars, including details on how to apply, should be
      obtained from www.admin.ox.ac.uk/fp/ or from the office of The Faculty
      Board Secretary, Oriental Institute, Pusey Lane, Oxford OX1 2LE, tel.
      01865 288202, email orient@..., to whom applications should
      be sent not later than Friday 24 July 2009

      The University is an equal opportunities employer.
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