Head, Carolina Digital Library & Archives at UNC-CH

The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Libraries are recruiting a Head, Carolina Digital Library & Archives.

Here's an excerpt from the ad:

The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill seeks an energetic, innovative, and collegial individual to serve as Head of the Carolina Digital Library and Archives (CDLA). The person in this position has the opportunity to build on a distinguished record of digital library accomplishments at UNC and to develop new programs and services for the Library and the campus community. Currently the CDLA has 6 permanent staff members and numerous project-funded staff and students. The CDLA coordinates and provides digital library and preservation services in support of research and teaching at UNC. Working with faculty, students, and library staff, the CDLA develops, manages, and publishes digital content in curated scholarly collections, in focused library collections and exhibits, and in large digital repositories. The CDLA coordinates the development of policies and workflows for preservation of digital content across the campus and serves as the Carolina Digital Repository's point of contact with its contributors and users. The CDLA maintains a broad array of digital conversion and ingest capabilities and equipment and provides production services for CDLA-managed and other projects. In support of scholarly and teaching use of digital materials, the CDLA maintains an active role in the development and support of tools used to explore, analyze, and interpret digital content. The CDLA also facilitates awareness and analysis of developments in the scholarly use of digital technologies and their application to library collections and services.