Harvard is looking for a Semantic Information Infrastructure Technical Lead in Cambridge, MA. According to the post, "The Knowledge and Library Services (KLS) group at Harvard Business School (HBS) is looking for a highly motivated and experienced technology architect who is devoted to continuous self-development and learning to join our team as a key player in the creation of the information infrastructures, databases, data structures and models necessary to deliver 21st century information services to HBS and beyond. Specifically, this person will work in a team-based environment to lead the creation, development and maintenance of a rich semantic entity-based information layer that will facilitate the use and discovery of HBS priority content in research, teaching and learning at HBS and will enable data integration and data alignment / coordination among siloed data sources at HBS."
Qualifications for the position include: "Minimum of five (5) years’ experience in a technical environment. Facility with or understanding of linguistic utilities to support data conversion, extraction, analysis, and semantic notation processes. Experience manipulating semantic knowledge sources (thesauri, ontologies, semantic lexicons, semantic networks, etc.) for use in information retrieval environments, and semantic technologies – ex: RDF, SKOS and OWL. Knowledge and proven ability to work with various technology stacks: Windows, Linux, Oracle, .NET, SQL (MS SQL Server and/or MySQL), Excel, and MS Access. Experience with database reporting, querying, structures and design required. Working knowledge of relational database technology, preferably, experience moving data from one database and front end to another with focus on data quality control."
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