The University of Pennsylvania is recruiting a Director for Digital Library Development and Systems.
Here's an excerpt from the ad:
Reporting to the Director for Strategic Initiatives and Technology Services, the Director for Digital Library Development and Systems (DLDS) is a principal voice in IT strategy, sharing knowledge with staff, and providing strategic intelligence, and good judgment to planning and policy formation. The Director executes strategic IT decisions for the enterprise, and is the front-line leader of day-to-day operations, the DLDS service portfolio, staff, all in support of the aspirations and strategic goals of the Penn Libraries. DLDS operations are broad, ranging from computing and data infrastructure to applications design, digital development, software life-cycle management, and technology support for enterprise services, such as the Integrated Library System, the Expertise@Penn researcher service, and the Library data warehousing platform, MetriDoc. The Director serves as a key liaison between the Penn Libraries and Penn's central Information Systems and Computing (ISC) unit as well as with other technology operations on campus and institutional partners on the national scene.