The Texas Tech University Libraries are recruiting a Library Technology Management and Services Librarian.
Here's an excerpt from the ad:
Exemplifies collaborative, productive, and results-oriented work performance, attitude, and ethics with minimal supervision in a team-oriented environment. Conducts library technology research, enabling interpretive development and evolution of library technology services, resources, and processes. Plans, collaborates, and otherwise participates in LTMS faculty outreach activities to develop beneficial technology partnerships. Collaborates with the Library Communications and Marketing Office and the LTMS Teams on Library technology marketing initiatives, programs, and associated activities. Serves as a member on (or as a technology resource to) library committees, teams, and task forces as appropriate. Supports, sustains, and interdependently fulfills the LTMS Research and Development (R&D) Team Charge. May provide up to 5% of working time in a tier 3 consulting role toward day-to-day support and maintenance of technology systems and services. May serve as a mentor, coach, trainer, or instructor within the University Library or the LTMS department. May serve, in a rotational manner, as the Lead of the R&D Team. Serves the University Library Mission, Vision, and Values in alignment with the Library Strategic Plan. Follows established University policies and procedures. Reports to the R&D Team Lead. Supports and sustains the Library’s administrative leadership.