The Southern New Hampshire University Library is recruiting a Digital Content Specialist (two year position).
Here's an excerpt from the ad:
SNHU has received an Institute of Museum and Library Services Grant to build an institutional repository using DSpace starting with the digitization of student theses and working papers from the School of Community Economic Development. Reporting to the Electronic Resources Librarian, the Digital Content Specialist/CED Specialist has primary responsibility for reading archived School of Community and Economic Development theses and project reports and writing abstracts for these works. This position will also assist the Digital Initiatives Librarian with the development of metadata, securing copyright permissions, and setup of the SCED DSpace community. This is a grant funded position for up to a period of two years.