The Western Carolina University's Hunter Library is recruiting a Department Head, Digital, Access, and Technology Services.
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Western Carolina University's Hunter Library seeks an enthusiastic and highly qualified librarian to develop and lead its new Digital, Access, and Technology Services department. The Department of Digital, Access, and Technology Services is comprised of Access Services (circulation, curriculum materials center, and interlibrary loan) with a staff of 13, Systems, with a staff of 3, and a current grant-supported digital projects staff of 3. This new department will have responsibility for leading the design, development, and ongoing implementation of library digital, access, and technology service operations. As part of the library-wide learning mission, the department will facilitate the discovery, delivery, and use of intellectual content. Specific program responsibilities include: managing access services, library technology infrastructure and systems (hardware and software), digital library development (e.g., Craft Revival Project), digital repository services, library web design and architecture, digital media technology, technology services related to a notion of library as information/learning commons; and facilitating digital scholarship and publishing as it may relate to university-produced research.