[Taxacom] Biodiversity Informatics programmer position, Kansas State University

Mark Mayfield markherb at ksu.edu
Mon Aug 20 11:57:11 CDT 2007

Dear Colleagues,

I would like to make you aware of a new opportunity for a programmer
(http://www.lib.ksu.edu/news/bisprogrammer.html) involving the exposure and
presentation of biodiversity data at Kansas State University in Manhattan,
Kansas. This position offers a great opportunity to showcase the use
existing standards and applications to format web output related to
biodiversity. Please circulate this announcement to anyone you think may be
interested or appropriate. Note that review of applications begins September
14 and continues until the position is filled. Also note that although I am
not the contact for application I'd be happy to address inquiries about the


Mark H. Mayfield
Research Asst. Professor
Herbarium-Division of Biology
Kansas State University
Manhattan, Kansas 66506


K-State [Kansas State University] Libraries seeks a skilled and motivated
programmer to join its team in developing and supporting the Biodiversity
Information System (BiodIS) through a grant-funded collaboration of the
Libraries, Division of Biology, and the Department of Entomology. This
position offers an interesting array of development projects dedicated to
providing unique content and innovative access tools to BiodIS users. Salary
range is $50-60,000 per year commensurate with qualifications and
experience. This is a term position with current funding for 4 years
(additional funding is being sought). For further details see the full job
posting at http://www.lib.ksu.edu/news/bisprogrammer.html.

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