The University of Texas Arlington is recruiting a Director of Scholarly Communications.
Here's an excerpt from the ad:
The Director of Scholarly Communication will serve in an important leadership role advancing central facets of the strategic plan of The University of Texas at Arlington. The Director will be the primary liaison to UTA faculty on emerging issues of scholarly publication and provide legal expertise to faculty, students and colleagues within University Libraries on intellectual property issues related to scholarly communication. The Director of Scholarly Communication will serve as an advocate for new and emerging practices in scholarly communication at the University, including playing a role in shaping policies and support for the creation, delivery, and preservation of original digital scholarship produced at UT Arlington. The librarian in this position leads education and outreach to faculty and provides guidance to all members of the UT Arlington community on issues related to scholarly publishing, including author rights, open access (OA) publishing, and current and emerging publishing trends. This position also serves as a resource on intellectual property issues related to copyright, open access and licensing. The Director of Scholarly Communication will work closely with allied positions in Digital Humanities, E-Science and GIS.