Systems Librarian II—Library Project Coordinator at Harvard University

Harvard University is recruiting a Systems Librarian II—Library Project Coordinator.

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Reporting to the Director, Library Systems, Library Technology Service (LTS), the Systems Librarian II—Library Project Coordinator will be a member of a high performing team charged with implementing a new library platform used by most library staff to manage the library collections of the Harvard Library. This system facilitates collections management (i.e. acquisition, description, and inventory management) and access functions (i.e. circulation, course reserves). This 18 month project is a major effort for the Harvard Library and will require a strong partnership between LTS, many Harvard Library staff, and the system vendor. The project will involve a massive data migration, complex system configuration, revamping of many library workflows, and a comprehensive re-training program for library staff. The Systems Librarian II – Library Project Coordinator will be dedicated full time to the project and will play a key role in project coordination, under the direction of the Director.

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Author: Charles W. Bailey, Jr.

Charles W. Bailey, Jr.

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