Associate Director, Creation & Curation Services at Case Western Reserve University Kelvin Smith LibraryPosted in Digital Library Jobs on June 24th, 2013
The Case Western Reserve University Kelvin Smith Library is recruiting an Associate Director, Creation & Curation Services.
Here's an excerpt from the ad:
There are two teams for which ADCC has direct responsibility: 1) Digital Learning and Scholarship. As a highly technology-driven organization, the ADCC is the key strategic officer responsible for defining, driving and administering all technology-related programs and services of the Kelvin Smith Library (KSL). The associate director assesses the strategic IT trends and innovations that could impact library directions, develops innovative and cost-effective solutions, and administers a staff to implement the vision. The ADCC provides services appropriate to a library serving as a world-class academic research university, including: (a) the development of the Kelvin Smith Library's digital strategies; (b) management of the library's digital scholarly services (including the Freedman Center and the Statistics and GIS Data Center); (c) developing, implementing and managing reliable technologies systems and infrastructure (including the integrated library system, Digital Case, and locally-developed software); and, (d) the library website and other social media, and computer and networking hardware and software]. In addition, the ADCC serves as the primary KSL officer responsible for interaction and collaboration with University ITS on joint initiatives such as the visualization center, collaborative learning facilities, etc. In addition, work with other key university partners such as UCITE to develop innovative library solutions in the areas of teaching and research. 2) CWRU Scholarly Resources and Special Collections, including library special collections and university archives, and print and media preservation, digitization and curation services (e.g., research data management, repository services).