Binghamton University is recruiting a Digital Initiatives Librarian .
Here's an excerpt from the ad:
As a member of the Library Technology department, reporting to the Director of Library Technology, the Digital Initiatives Librarian provides quality service and support to library faculty, staff and patrons.
They collaborate in the planning, implementation, and monitoring of digital projects to enhance user experience and improve workflows within the library. This includes digital initiatives such as digital curation and preservation, digital exhibits, the Libraries' website, and search and discovery of library resources. Digital curation and preservation tasks include digital forensics, applying metadata schema for access and preservation, and investigating and developing submission workflows for digital content. They assist in training and supervising student assistants and serve as a project manager for processing materials for digital collections; working closely with metadata/cataloging, Special Collections and University Archives, and others to deploy and configure systems to fully leverage the potential of metadata and digital objects derived from disparate sources.