Yale University's Office of Digital Assets and Infrastructure is recruiting a Project Manager, Digital Content Infrastructure. Degree: Bachelor's degree.
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Yale's Office of Digital Assets and Infrastructure (ODAI) is charged with developing a digital content management strategy for Yale and building digital content and technical infrastructure in a coordinated and collaborative manner across the entire campus. Programs include the development and deployment of large-scale digital asset management systems, long-term preservation repositories for Yale digital content in all formats, cross-collection search capabilities to enable discovery of collections hosted by numerous departments, and many other innovative initiatives.
Reporting to the Digital Information Architect, the Project Manager will manage the core projects comprising the ODAI infrastructure and related support services. This includes but is not limited to digital asset management systems, digital library systems, content management systems, knowledge management systems, web content management systems, media processing systems, storage systems, and related ancillary products and services. The Project Manager will coordinate activities within ODAI and across distributed work teams assembled from ODAI staff, faculty and staff from academic units, academic partners, Information Technology Services, university service providers, external solution providers, and consultants.