The University of North Carolina Libraries are recruiting a Repository Librarian.
Here's an excerpt from the ad:
The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill is seeking a motivated, self-starter with excellent task management and communication skills to serve as Repository Librarian for the Carolina Digital Repository (CDR), the University's institutional and digital preservation repository. The CDR manages and ensures continuing access to digital content of enduring value produced or maintained at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. It is a University-wide service in support of persistent access to Carolina's digital scholarship and heritage. The CDR provides a set of services to help Carolina community members manage and secure their digital content, and make this content discoverable online to designated communities, as well as the mechanisms for digital content to be collected, organized, stored, searched, linked, read, distributed, indexed, and preserved.
Reporting to the Head of the Library Systems Office, the Repository Librarian will be responsible for supporting UNC faculty, students, and staff with information, training, and assistance in depositing digital materials into the CDR, and for working with the CDR Steering Committee and with policy, programming, and other staff to define and implement repository policies, workflows, and capabilities. The Repository Librarian will have lead responsibility for ensuring that CDR programs align with the needs of the UNC community and that UNC faculty, students, and staff are aware of and know how to utilize CDR services.