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Subject:

Vacancies: Haplo Repository Developer and Haplo Research Manager Facilitator

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Jennifer Summers <[log in to unmask]>

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Jennifer Summers <[log in to unmask]>

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Tue, 5 Feb 2019 15:06:33 +0000

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Haplo are looking for new colleagues to join our growing team. Please contact me with any questions. 
 
 
 
VACANCY 
 
Open Source Haplo Repository Developer  
 
Location: London SE4, UK  
Hours: Full time  
Contract type: Permanent  
 
Haplo Repository is an open source repository used by universities and research institutions. We're looking for a talented developer to join our team at an exciting time of growth.  
 
https://www.haplo.com/repository 
 
You'll be working closely with our clients to configure, integrate and implement their Haplo repository, and work with our existing team to develop the core open source repository software. This is a great opportunity for a developer with an interest in repositories to work with forward-thinking clients shaping the future of next generation repositories.  
 
For more details about the role: 
https://www.haplo.com/jobs/developer 
 
To apply, or if you have any questions, email [log in to unmask] 
‍ 
Opportunities are also available for developing our other research management products, including roles for early stage developers and placement students: 
 
https://www.haplo.com/jobs 
 
 
*** 
 
VACANCY 
 
Haplo Research Manager Facilitator 
 
Location: London SE4, UK 
Hours: Full time  
Contract type: Permanent  
 
Haplo Research Manager is a comprehensive research information system used by universities to support research funding and provide an institutional repository of research outputs.  
 
As the Haplo Research Manager Facilitator you’ll play a critical role in enhancing our software and supporting our clients.  
 
Using your knowledge of the HE sector, you’ll work with new and existing university clients to understand their requirements and work with our developers to project manage new Haplo Research Manager installations. You’ll provide training and support, and influence the future direction of the product.  
 
You'll relish this role if you: 
• have a good knowledge of HE research administration or repository management 
• believe people’s working lives can be improved with better software 
• have an interest in learning how to develop great software 
• have excellent written english and communication skills 
• are good at developing productive relationships with clients and colleagues 
• enjoy working as part of a small team. 
 
For more details about the role: 
https://www.haplo.com/jobs/haplo-research-manager-facilitator 
 
To apply please send your CV to [log in to unmask] 
 
 
Best wishes, 
 
 
Jennifer  
 
— 
Jennifer Summers 
Haplo  
020 7100 1155 
 
https://www.haplo.com 
 
Haplo Services Ltd is a company registered in England and Wales. Registered number: 6533017. Registered office: Unit C, 1st floor, Emperor House, Dragonfly Place, London SE4 2FL. 
 
 
 
 
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