Kforce has a client that is seeking a Ruby/GeoBlacklight Developer in New York, NY. Overview: The client's Data Services is seeking a Ruby/...
Kforce has a client that is seeking a Ruby/GeoBlacklight Developer in New York, NY.
The client's Data Services is seeking a Ruby/GeoBlacklight Developer on a termed contract basis to work with Research and Instructional Technology and Digital Libraries Technology Services to upgrade our repository services for researchers. The Ruby/GeoBlacklight Developer will work with these teams to develop, upgrade, and document our research repository infrastructure that supports GIS data.
The Developer will primarily work closely with the Senior DevOps Engineer and Senior Research Data Engineer to upgrade and improve workflows for our Spatial Data Repository, which is built with GeoBlacklight - an open-source Ruby on Rails software application for discovering geospatial content. The candidate will upgrade AWS instance of the Spatial Data Repository and closely coordinate with the GeoBlacklight Community to implement the latest released versions of GeoBlacklight and its components. The Developer will work with a research team to ingest Lidar data into SDR. This person will also work on UltraViolet, our newly launched data repository, on the development of GIS related integrations.
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