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Head Library Systems Administrator at Stow-Munroe Falls Public Library

Posted in Library IT Jobs on March 28th, 2011

The Stow-Munroe Falls Public Library (Stow, OH) is recruiting a Head Library Systems Administrator.

Here's an excerpt from the ad:

Under general direction, the Head of Library Systems Administrators maintains the automation system for the library and trains staff and patrons on the use of computer hardware, on-line systems and software applications.

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    Web Services Developer at Radford University’s McConnell Library

    Posted in Library IT Jobs on March 28th, 2011

    Radford University's McConnell Library is recruiting a Web Services Developer.

    Here's an excerpt from the ad (job posting number: 0800322):

    Primary developer and administrator for Library website, web applications, social media, and mobile interfaces; administrator for EZproxy and ILLiad applications; backup administrator for Millennium ILS system, WordPress blogs, and Drupal intranet.

    Coordinate, maintain, and oversee ongoing development of the Library's website and web services.

    Incorporate appropriate design principles, information architectures, coding standards, and emerging technologies into the Library's 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 web services, search engine optimization, mobile application development, OAI harvesters, and integration with campus learning management systems and social sites.

    Provide leadership in the development of the Library's overall web-based services; train and work directly with Library staff to help make them more effective content contributors and electronic service providers.

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      Information Technology Specialist (Systems Analysis) at Library Of Congress

      Posted in Library IT Jobs on March 24th, 2011

      The Library Of Congress is recruiting an Information Technology Specialist (Systems Analysis). Salary range: $89,033-$115,742.

      Here's an excerpt from the ad:

      The Information Technology Specialist is responsible for the definition and specifications of requirements, and the design and development, implementation and support of software for the Library, the Congress and other legislative agencies. They analyze user needs in processes related to bibliographic, copyright, inventory, legislative, reference research, finance, personnel, and preservation of library materials and develop Web sites related to Library subject areas. The work of this position involves computer systems analysis, design and programming, including analysis of subject matter processes or problems, and the design, implementation and support of Web-based systems for accomplishment of work through application of computer technology.

      The position is located in the Digital & Web Initiatives Group, Information Technology Services, Office of Strategic Initiatives.

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        Web Services Librarian at California State University Stanislaus Library

        Posted in Library IT Jobs on March 24th, 2011

        The California State University Stanislaus Library is recruiting a Web Services Librarian. Salary range: $57,060-$72,096.

        Here's an excerpt from the ad:

        Responsibilities include participation as a key member of the Library's technology team, providing leadership and technical expertise to design, develop, and maintain the Library's web presence. In collaboration with Library faculty, coordinates the creation and implementation of web-based user services, including online tutorials, LibGuides, mobile applications, and other emerging technologies. Also responsible for collection development, liaison work with assigned academic departments, and some reference and instruction. Participates in library and university faculty governance. To be recommended for tenure and promotion, Library faculty must demonstrate proficiency in the areas of librarianship; research, scholarship and/or creative activities; and participation in university affairs.

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          Supervisory Information Technology Specialist at National Agricultural Library

          Posted in Library IT Jobs on March 21st, 2011

          The National Agricultural Library is recruiting a Supervisory Information Technology Specialist. Salary range: $105,211-$136,771.

          Here's an excerpt from the ad:

          Incumbent serves as Chief of the Applications Branch in the Information Systems Division, National Agricultural Library (NAL) with administrative and management responsibility for this branch and ensuring that all NAL computer systems, programming languages, applications, and associated software are managed and utilized effectively.

          This position is located in the National Agricultural Library (NAL), http://www.nal.usda.gov the largest and most accessible research library focused on agriculture. NAL was created with the U.S. Department of Agriculture in (USDA) in 1862 and named a national library in 1990 by Congress as “the primary agricultural information resource of the United States. NAL's mission is "to ensure and enhance access to agricultural information for a better quality of life". NAL's work in collecting, preserving, and making agricultural information available is fundamental to the continued well being and growth of U.S. agriculture, and the development of food supplies for the nation and the world. By providing public access to unrivalled collections, NAL enables research through a wide range of information services. These underpin U.S. research competitiveness, support U.S. businesses, and provide an essential service to the public and diverse stakeholders nationally and globally.

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            Director, University Libraries Enterprise Technology at University of Minnesota Libraries

            Posted in Digital Library Jobs, Library IT Jobs on March 20th, 2011

            The University of Minnesota Libraries are recruiting a Director, University Libraries Enterprise Technology.

            Here's an excerpt from the ad:

            The University of Minnesota-Twin Cities Campus Libraries seek a visionary and experienced information technology leader to imagine, define, implement, and support the next generation of library information systems for one of the leading research institutions and libraries in the country. The newly redefined position of Director of Enterprise Technology emphasizes innovative library service delivery as supported by large-scale system deployments and collaborations. Reporting to the Associate University Librarian for Information Technology, the Director oversees the staff and application support functions of the library's enterprise systems, while collaboratively creating and realizing a broadened vision for the University's enterprise library and data management systems. In this capacity, the Director collaborates with all sectors of the Libraries, the University's coordinate campuses libraries, and the University's Office of Information Technology. The Director also fosters and sustains operational and strategic relationships with peer institutions, consortia, and information system vendors.

            The Director of Enterprise Technology envisions plans, and implements collaborative strategies for current and future library enterprise applications to achieve ambitious organizational goals within budgets and timescales. The Director assigns, coordinates, directs, and supervises the staff in the department responsible for several production-deployed enterprise systems, and works with a newly instantiated Data Management and Architecture unit (within Enterprise Technology) and its unit head to shape strategy and operations in response to increasing demands for data processing, data architecture and modeling, and decision-support reporting, all activities that rely heavily on data within enterprise systems. The Director sees that established data standards and IT best practices are supported to ensure interoperability and efficient operations, and to minimize risk. The Director supports numerous relationships within the Libraries, the institution, with peer institutions and with vendors to determine functional and technical requirements and in support of change management. The Director is a member of the Libraries Leadership Council, which shares responsibility for Libraries planning, budget allocation, and strategic program development, and has a critical responsibility for collaboration and building strong relationships with internal and external stakeholders. The Director is also a member of the Libraries IT Directors group, and the Libraries IT Council, and leads the Libraries' Enterprise Technology Advisory Council, which includes representation from the University Libraries (Twin Cities), the Law Library, and the University's coordinate campus libraries.

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              Director of Scholarly Technology at George Washington University Libraries

              Posted in Digital Library Jobs, Library IT Jobs on March 20th, 2011

              The George Washington University Libraries are recruiting a Director of Scholarly Technology.

              Here's an excerpt from the ad:

              • The Director envisions plans, and implements collaborative strategies for current and future digital library applications to achieve organizational goals within budgets and timescales.
              • The director plans, manages, administers, and is accountable for CIC areas and digital library operations, specifically: user interface development, virtual exhibits, digital repositories, digital library development, and digitization systems.
              • Direct the development of library systems, web presence and usability, library automated operations, online services, and discovery systems.
              • The director will work closely with the Director of Library Information Technology and with the Director, Content Management who is in charge of CIC outreach and business development.
              • He or she will be expected to liaise heavily with all library entities including Library Public Services, Special Collections, Content Management, the Library Information Technology team, and other library stakeholders.
              • The director collaborates with the University Division of IT and Academic Technologies. The Director also fosters and sustains operational and strategic relationships with peer institutions, consortia, and information system vendors.
              • The director participates in Library planning, serves on Library, University-wide and Washington Research Library Consortium committees.
              • The Director is a member of the advisory group, which shares responsibility for Libraries planning, budget allocation, and strategic programs.
              • The director is expected to be active in the national digital library environment, and contribute to developments in the field.
              • Reporting to the Director of Scholarly Technology are: The digital library programmer analyst, the web developer, the library systems coordinator and the digitization operations manager. 
              • The Director of Scholarly Technology will report to the Associate University Librarian for Digital Initiatives and Content Management.

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                Technology Specialist at OHIONET (Search Extended)

                Posted in Library IT Jobs on March 7th, 2011

                OHIONET is recruiting a Technology Specialist.

                Here's an excerpt from the ad:

                As part of OHIONET's member support team, this individual will:

                • Assist in the administration of our shared library systems, including the Innovative Interfaces systems for the OPAL (Ohio Private Academic Libraries) consortium and for the OHNT2 libraries, EZProxy servers and other shared library systems.
                • Assume responsibility for the hardware and operating system administration and management for all of the OHIONET-managed library systems.
                • Provide technical support to member libraries on a daily basis and as part of our after-hours and weekend support rotation.
                • Conduct training sessions both online and in-person to support the effective use of these systems.
                • Prepare complete and accurate documentation to support these projects.

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                  Head, Information Technology and Applications Department at Georgia Tech Library

                  Posted in Digital Library Jobs, Library IT Jobs on March 7th, 2011

                  The Georgia Tech Library is recruiting a Head, Information Technology and Applications Department. Minimum salary is $75,000.

                  Here's an excerpt from the ad:

                  Reporting to the Associate Dean for Research and Learning Services, the department head will supervise ten FTE librarians and professional staff and support a variety of services for the Georgia Tech Community. The department is comprised of several service units:

                  • Desktop and Collaboration Services is responsible for desktop computing resources and collaboration solutions used by Library staff and the public. This includes installation, maintenance, training, inventory control, and specification and purchase of hardware/software and management of the Library's collaboration and messaging environment.
                  • Database Administration and Programming supports access to the commercial databases and electronic resources that are available through GALILEO and locally resources provided by the Library. Other supported services include SFX, E-Reserves, Document Delivery, ETD, and the Dublin Core database.
                  • The Integrated Library System unit supports the Voyager library management system that includes the library catalog, the circulation system, and the acquisitions and serials system.
                  • Network Services is involved in installation and maintenance of servers and system integration. This includes user account access/administration, email, backup, and server architecture. This group also provides information security, developing strategies and monitoring for intrusions.
                  • Web Services is responsible for the direction, design, development, and coordination of the Library's web presence.
                  • There is a growing emphasis on digital library development and infrastructure to support services such as digital repositories and collections, publishing services, and digital capture and conversion activities. The Department Head collaborates with others in the Library to set priorities for programming and application development services.

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                    Assistant Dean for Strategic Technology Initiatives at Illinois State University Library

                    Posted in Library IT Jobs on March 1st, 2011

                    The Illinois State University's Milner Library is recruiting an Assistant Dean for Strategic Technology Initiatives. Hiring range maximum: $80,000.

                    Here's an excerpt from the ad (request/posting number: 0703382):

                    The Assistant Dean for Strategic Technology Initiatives provides vision and leadership to effectively integrate technology into the operations of Milner Library and leads its efforts to develop and implement services-based strategies that utilize technology. The Assistant Dean will work closely with university technology leadership and the university community to shape and implement information technology investments, and plan strategies aligned with the university's strategic plan and students and faculty needs. The Assistant Dean provides direction for Milner Library's technology departments, and coordinates planning of services with Library departments and units. The Assistant Dean communicates with University information technology groups and ensures that Milner Library's technological goals and activities synergize with those of the University.

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                      Head of Library Systems at University of Tennessee at Martin Library

                      Posted in Library IT Jobs on February 27th, 2011

                      The University of Tennessee at Martin Library is recruiting a Head of Library Systems.

                      Here's an excerpt from the ad:

                      The University of Tennessee at Martin invites applicants for a Head of Library Systems (This is an exempt position). The Head of Library Systems reports directly to the Library Director and provides a leadership role in the planning, development, and management of the Library’s technological infrastructure.

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                        Web Designer/Manager at University of Florida Libraries

                        Posted in Library IT Jobs on February 27th, 2011

                        The University of Florida Libraries are recruiting a Web Designer/Manager.

                        Here's an excerpt from the ad (requisition number: 0807356):

                        The Web Designer/Manager is the Libraries lead in developing, optimizing and monitoring the Smathers Libraries' considerable web presence. An effective web presence supports the work of UF students, faculty, researchers and affiliates, and enhances their access to library information and resources. The Web Designer/Manager evaluates, trains and supervises a staff of two who help design, maintain, and update the Libraries' web site. Reporting to the Smathers Libraries' Director of Information Technology, this position will support collaboration with all units of the Libraries to redesign the web site, forming an advisory committee to approve and consider design alternatives.

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