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Digital Services Librarian at Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts Library

Posted in Library IT Jobs on November 9th, 2011

The Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts Library is recruiting a Digital Services Librarian. Required degree: "Applicants should hold a Master's degree in library science from an ALA-accredited program."

Here's an excerpt from the ad:

Responsibilities include overseeing the administration of ILS functions in a consortial environment (C/W MARS); maintaining and coordinating the library website and other digital projects in collaboration with the Public Services and other librarians; and improving and expanding user access to digital resources and services, including e-reserves, e-books, e-journals, subscription databases, web resources, archival collections, and instructional materials. The Digital Services Librarian oversees cataloging and ensures access to and maintenance of records or links to electronic resources; performs original, complex cataloging as needed; manages upgrades and troubleshoots technology problems with Computer Services; and collaborates with librarians and other departments on library and college projects.

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Shared Development Group Manager at University of Wisconsin-Madison General Library System

Posted in Library IT Jobs on November 9th, 2011

The University of Wisconsin-Madison General Library System is recruiting a Shared Development Group Manager. Required degree: "Bachelor's degree." Salary: minimum $75,000.

Here's an excerpt from the ad:

The UW-Madison General Library System is seeking an experienced, dedicated, and energetic individual to serve as the manager of its Shared Development Group, a collaborative team of seven professional library and web application developers drawn from the Library and the campus Division of Information Technology. The individual in this position reports to the General Library System's Associate Director for Information Technology and directly supervises four Library staff within SDG. In addition, the SDG manager has primary responsibility for planning, organizing, managing, and monitoring all projects and work carried out by the entire SDG, including DoIT members. . . .

The SDG manager serves as a primary point of contact and coordination between the Libraries, DoIT, and other service providers working to support and enhance the Libraries' information technology systems. The individual in this position will participate in technology planning activities with both the Library and DoIT's Library, Integrative and Research Applications Group. As a senior manager, the incumbent will work in collaboration with librarians, IT professionals, and faculty, ensuring that the team's insights, perspectives, and talents are reflected in the Libraries vision for developing and advancing its technology-based information services.

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Front End Web Developer at Ohio State University Libraries

Posted in Library IT Jobs on November 8th, 2011

The Ohio State University Libraries. are recruiting a Front End Web Developer. Required degree: "Bachelor's Degree in computer & information science or an equivalent combination of education and experience."

Here's an excerpt from the ad:

Serves as a member of the Libraries IT Division Web Implementation Team which is charged with designing, developing and managing innovative web-based applications that support, enhance, and extend the mission of The Ohio State University Libraries. Designs, develops, troubleshoots, implements, and maintains software code for the front end of applications delivered via the Web. Designs and maintains user interface frontend code based on HTML, JavaScript, and/or CSS; creates and maintains template code which interfaces with backend code using PHP, Java and other web programming languages. Converts ideas presented by a graphic designer's raw images and layouts into CSS/XHTML themes.

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Programmer Analyst III (Manager, Web Operations) at Yale University Library

Posted in Library IT Jobs on November 7th, 2011

The Yale University Library is recruiting a Programmer Analyst III (Manager, Web Operations). Required degree: "Bachelor's Degree in Computer Science or a relevant area."

Here's an excerpt from the ad (STARS requisition number: 14736BR):

Reporting to the Manager of Digital Library and Programming Services in the Library IT department, the Web Manager will provide vision, leadership and technical expertise for the continued development of the Library's web presence. The successful candidate will have a portfolio demonstrating web programming and web site architecture/design.

Essential Duties

  1. Develop, communicate and implement web policy, design best practice standards, style guides and required web page elements for the Library websites; makes recommendations for policy modifications.
  2. Using Drupal CMS and/or other CMS, develop, design, maintain and enhance Web-based technology solutions for Yale Library; Evaluates existing web systems, researches possible changes, presents findings and works in conjunction with department/unit managers to determine web strategies.
  3. Coordinate web content development schedules, evaluate web technology services, develop guidelines and standards, and manage the daily maintenance of assigned Library web sites; Establishes priorities and coordinates design changes.
  4. Anticipate web trends, investigate their application to the academic library and develops new web-based services; research and implement new technologies such as HTML 5; Test and document web technology and application interfaces.

| New: Institutional Repository and ETD Bibliography 2011 | Digital Scholarship |

Systems/Reference Librarian at Southern New Hampshire University Library

Posted in Library IT Jobs on November 6th, 2011

The Southern New Hampshire University Library is recruiting a Systems/Reference Librarian. Required degree: "Master's Degree in Library Science from an ALA accredited program."

Here's an excerpt from the ad:

  1. Administer the Millennium integrated library system library functions, database and webpac [IT department maintains the server]. Act as Vendor liaison.
  2. Provide reference service to students, faculty and staff. Assist patrons in the use of print and electronic resources including the catalog, research databases and other internet resources in person, via phone, email and chat.

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Assistant/Associate University Librarian Information Technology & Digital Initiatives at University of California Santa Barbara Library

Posted in Digital Library Jobs, Library IT Jobs on November 6th, 2011

The University of California Santa Barbara Library is recruiting an Assistant/Associate University Librarian Information Technology & Digital Initiatives. Required degree: "Advanced degree in a relevant field."

Here's an excerpt from the ad:

The UCSB Library seeks an accomplished, visionary and collaborative leader for the position of Assistant/Associate University Librarian, Information Technology & Digital Initiatives. This senior information leader provides expert guidance, administrative oversight, and management for Library information technology services, as well as coordination of Library IT resources and workflows enabling the implementation of local, University of California System, and other digital information initiatives. The AUL reports to the University Librarian and serves on the senior management team.

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Division Manager, Library Technology Services at Loudoun County Public Library

Posted in Library IT Jobs on November 3rd, 2011

The Loudoun County Public Library (VA) is recruiting a Division Manager, Library Technology Services. Required degree: "This position requires any combination of education and experience equivalent to a Master's degree in Computer Science, Library Science, or related field and four years technology or related experience, which includes technology trends and applications." Salary: $60,859-$86,298.

Here's an excerpt from the ad:

This position reports directly to the Library Director and is a member of the management team, working closely with the Director and other members of management team to facilitate and implement long-range planning for the library system. Responsible for providing direction and expertise in digital library applications, including web development, emerging technologies and initiatives to help the library innovate through technology. Shape and execute a system-wide strategy to address the technology needs of current and future customers, and enhance customer experience in a changing library landscape through technology. Identify library technology needs and create plans to adapt and improve library technology. Lead all library technology initiatives, projects, and planning.

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Analyst Programmer 2 at the University of Oregon Library

Posted in Library IT Jobs on November 2nd, 2011

The University of Oregon Library is recruiting an Analyst Programmer 2.

Here's an excerpt from the ad:

This position provides high level programming expertise to analyze, design, develop, test, and implement complex web and software applications for use by the campus community. Duties include:

… conducting user and systems needs assessment to determine technical requirements, analyzing and evaluating appropriate technical solutions based on these requirements and selecting the best solution for development and implementation; leading the programming and modification of complex Web-based applications, databases, and programs through the entire development life cycle, including testing and implementation; researching and developing emerging technologies in response to teaching and research needs at the UO.

… designing, analyzing, and coding projects in MySQL, PHP, HTML, Javascript, and other appropriate languages for use in the Web browser based environment; architect project code for ease of long-term maintenance by technical and/or non-technical staff.

| New: Institutional Repository and ETD Bibliography 2011 | Digital Scholarship |

Web Application Developer at Ohio State University Libraries

Posted in Authentication and Security, Library IT Jobs on November 1st, 2011

The Ohio State University Libraries are recruiting a Web Application Developer. Required degree: "Bachelor's Degree in computer and information science or an equivalent combination of education and experience." Salary: $60,000-$70,000.

Here's an excerpt from the ad (requisition number: 364298 ):

Serves as a member of the Libraries IT Division Web Implementation Team which is charged with designing, developing and managing innovative web-based applications that support, enhance, and extend the mission of The Ohio State University Libraries. Designs, develops, troubleshoots, implements, and maintains software code for applications delivered via the Web. Designs and maintains applications utilizing MySQL and PostgreSQL databases, NoSQL data collections, and lucene/search indices for optimizing application development, integration and scaling.

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Library Technology Coordinator at the University of La Verne Library

Posted in Library IT Jobs on October 20th, 2011

The University of La Verne Library is recruiting a Library Technology Coordinator. Required degree: "ALA accredited master's degree in Library Science."

Here's an excerpt from the ad:

The responsibilities of this position include administering and providing technical support for all aspects of library technology including the Innovative Interfaces Millennium integrated library system; design, operation and maintenance of specialized library systems, electronic resources, proxy server, mobile apps, OPAC, LINK+, ILLIAD, ERM, OCLC, link resolver, research databases, library intranet, etc.; assisting the University Librarian with technology planning and project implementation; serving as primary liaison with the university's Office of Information Technology to coordinate the maintenance of computer labs, staff computers, smart classrooms, peripherals, library wireless and other instructional equipment; supervising one full-time staff member (Electronic Services Technician); serving as backup for library website maintenance; serving as technical support liaison to database and online service providers; extracting and compiling a wide range of statistical data related to software, hardware and online resource usage on a monthly basis; providing database or technology consultation to library users using multiple formats (in-person, e-mail, phone, and chat); developing, promoting, and delivering effective training, instruction, seminars and workshops; maintaining a program of professional development.

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Digital Initiatives Librarian at Montana State University Libraries

Posted in Library IT Jobs on October 17th, 2011

The Montana State University Libraries are recruiting a Digital Initiatives Librarian. Required degree: "ALA-accredited MLS, MIS, or equivalent." Salary: $43,000.

Here's an excerpt from the ad:

Facilitate the development of the Library's overall web-based and digital services programs. Act as lead worker for specific projects and working groups as needed. Train and work directly with library staff to help make them more effective content contributors. Maintain ongoing development of the Libraries' web services and digital projects. Incorporate appropriate design principles, information architectures, coding standards, and emerging technologies into the Libraries' various open source web-based systems and projects. Contribute to processes that deliver library content to external discovery and delivery mechanisms, such as: APIs and RESTful web services, search engine optimization, mobile application development, OAI harvesters, and integration with campus learning management systems and social sites. Anticipate web trends, investigate their application in academic libraries, and help to develop new web-based and digital services.

| New: Institutional Repository and ETD Bibliography 2011 | Digital Scholarship |

Head, Systems Development Department at Old Dominion University Libraries

Posted in Library IT Jobs on October 16th, 2011

Old Dominion University Libraries are recruiting a Head, Systems Development Department. Required required: "ALA accredited MLS."

Here's an excerpt from the ad:

The successful candidate would provide departmental leadership and management and would develop, implement, and support all information systems for the ODU Libraries. This includes planning for new technology, managing ongoing projects, directing daily technical operations, and participating on the technology management team for the 24/5 Learning Commons. As a member of the Library Management Team, this position also plays a key role in library-wide planning, policy making, and the development, evaluation, and assessment of library services and resources.

| New: Institutional Repository and ETD Bibliography 2011 | Digital Scholarship |


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