The Metadata Specialist will develop opportunities to engage in creative experimentation with an aim to bring efficiencies and balance to expanding special collections metadata services in support of special collections at Yale. The incumbent will design, maintain, and coordinate metadata and data analysis technologies across multiple systems utilized by Yale’s special collections, including developing and maintaining scripts, application profiles, metadata crosswalks, and technical specifications, to ensure sustainability and interoperability across Yale’s special collections. They will also work collaboratively to assess, develop, and implement metadata strategies, such as overseeing and refining special collections metadata workflows and tools analyzing metadata needs and creating statistical reports for stakeholders throughout Beinecke Library and Special Collections at Yale.
The incumbent provides expertise and departmental support for ArchivesSpace.
The Technical Lead for Research Learning and Scholarly Resources will provide customer service excellence by partnering with clients to administer, support, and train staff on library applications. This position will take ownership in guiding and managing the solutions used for research, learning, scholarly communication. The Technical Lead will oversee, monitor, and administer enterprise services including Dataverse, Bepress, ArcGIS, GeoBlacklight, custom integrations, and other related services as directed.
The University of Arizona Libraries Access and Information Services department and the Libraries Technology Strategy and Services department are jointly seeking a creative, enthusiastic, and dedicated professional with strong proficiencies in IT and AV knowledge. In this position, you will be equally split between these two departments to help our highly collaborative team deliver customer-focused support to the 2-year National Telecommunications and Information Administration Connecting Minority Communities grant as a part of the UA Project Connect Arizona Now (CAN).
The Research Impact Librarian is accountable for developing, advancing, implementing and supporting a range of services around scholarly output, research impact and bibliometrics for Purdue University. The incumbent works in close collaboration with the Office of Research, colleagues within the Libraries, and other campus collaborators to develop and support services around measurement of research impact for the campus, with a focus on bibliometrics.
The successful candidate will have primary responsibility for launching, maintaining, and enhancing Arkansas State University’s institutional repository. The Institutional Repository Librarian will collaborate with colleagues in the library, across the university, and throughout the state and region to collect, organize, preserve, and provide access to the scholarly output of Arkansas State University faculty, staff, and students
Purdue University Libraries is looking for an experienced Research Data Management Specialist to join the Purdue University Research Data Repository (PURR) team. As part of a highly collaborative team, the Specialist will build and deliver education and training programs related to research data management, reuse, and preservation to meet the Purdue University research community needs with an emphasis on nationwide open science policy. The Research Data Management Specialist will consult on topics across the research data lifecycle and assist in reviewing research data management plans for grant proposal submissions. Structuring and engaging in outreach, the position will raise awareness about research data management practices and PURR services.
The Digital Preservation Librarian will identify and build relationships with staff in the Library and wider University who can help support digital preservation, and will raise awareness of digital preservation issues and activities The successful candidate will join a team of librarians, archivists and information technology professionals active in building digital collections through digitisation, and born-digital acquisitions, and in building and managing digital repository environments to support these collections.
This strategic position with Research Support and Digital Initiatives is intended to promote and provide support for reproducible research practices including open source software development to students, faculty, and staff through consultation, event coordination, and collaboration with the Open Source Program Office and other campus partner
The individual in this position will employ a range of processes and methodologies, including bibliometrics, geospatial analysis, and text & data mining utilizing data gathered from multiple sources including the University’s Research Information Management System (RIMS), citation databases, and more in order to holistically consider impact through traditional and non-traditional metrics. The successful candidate will also offer outreach opportunities and consultations to faculty and students from diverse backgrounds and disciplines, helping them maximize and articulate meaningful research engagement and manage their scholarly reputation and identity through the appropriate use of various research metrics and platforms.
The Holman Biotech Commons is a leader in the provision of a high-impact, two-tier systematic review service, which includes librarians as co-authors on papers and systematic review workshops for health system policymakers, researchers, and students. The 3D printing service has printed well over 3,000 objects in support of teaching, learning, research, and clinical care. Biomedical librarians provide curriculum-integrated instruction and in-depth research consultations and serve on teams throughout the health system and within the schools.
Reporting to the Head of Data Services, the 3D Data Visualization Specialist develops research services and consults with WU campus users related to 3D data visualization. The position will focus on the development of services, tools, and programs to support faculty, staff, and students’ efforts to model data and produce 3D data visualizations. The incumbent also will collaborate with units across the Libraries in applying data analytics and data visualization tools for Libraries projects, services, and resources.
The Digital Scholarship Coordinator is responsible for facilitating and supporting faculty and student digital research projects, ranging from short and long-term consultations (e.g., helping to identify appropriate methods, tools, and training resources) to more intensive, hands-on assistance with technology, project design, and project management. For faculty, they offer a range of teaching support, from providing one-shot instruction sessions to teaching multiple sessions and collaborating on curriculum design. Additionally, the Digital Scholarship Coordinator is responsible for managing the Digital Scholarship Lab and will heavily influence how the space is used and developed.
Reporting to the Head of Digital Production Services, the Digital Production Librarian manages all daily aspects of digitization project administration and repository ingest for digital collections. The major responsibilities of this position include: digitization operations and output, documenting projects and processes, stakeholder communications, and supervising staff. Using their advanced project management skills and digital collections best practices knowledge, this professional works closely with team members and colleagues to ensure effective and efficient production and ingest of digital content. They supervise a full time Digital Imaging Assistant.
As a member of the Library Technology Services Department, Digital Development Unit, the Digital Library Application Programmer performs duties related to the creation and support of software applications for the UF Digital Collections and develops applications and services with an emphasis on the digital library system for patrons and internal needs. Under general direction of the unit head, works to design, develop, test, and deploy digital library applications including software to assist in internal digital workflow and operations. The Digital Library Application Programmer gathers requirements, develops applications, and provides support for digital services and applications.
We are seeking a Sr. Systems Administrator who will provide GIS consulting expertise as well as developing and administering geospatial data applications for academic and research use by Hopkins students, staff, and faculty. The position provides technical expertise and leadership in developing systems that support the teaching and research work at the university, leading the IT side of the provision of GIS services in the Data Services unit, administratively located in the Digital Infrastructure, Applications, and Services Directorate. Serves as the point of communication between service and technology.
The National Open Research Coordinator will play a key role in the national higher education landscape in driving the implementation of Ireland’s Open Research policy agenda. The successful candidate will be tasked with critically assessing Ireland’s preparedness to support the various components of the European Open Science/Open Research landscape, and guiding the delivery of Ireland’s National Action Plan for Open Research, in the context of Impact 2030, Ireland’s Research and Innovation Strategy.
The University of Strathclyde has a commitment to boldness and innovation as part of its core institutional values, and we believe that our engagement with open research and repository development is a significant example of this. In furtherance of these values the Information Services Directorate of the University is seeking to appoint an Open Repositories Manager to join our Scholarly Publications & Research Data (SP&RD) team. Based in the Andersonian Library, the successful candidate will manage all technical and service delivery aspects relating to the Strathprints repository, an EPrints platform, and contribute to adjacent Strathclyde repository and open publishing initiatives. This role is critical in supporting the discovery and impact of Strathclyde research, funder open access mandates, and fulfilling requirements of the Research Excellence Framework (REF).
Reporting to the Executive Director of Baker Library, we are seeking a forward-thinking leader with an adventuresome spirit to lead a talented team of metadata and technologists. We are seeking a bold leader who can bring the library to the next level and continue our tradition of leading in digital innovations to meet the demands of our faculty, students, and the global community of scholars. The library is playing a pivotal role in the School’s initiatives around digital transformation, generative AI, technical architecture, and investments in life-long learning.
The Institutional Repository Librarian has primary responsibility for guiding the development of a successful system of tools to support and showcase Montclair scholarship and unique local collections. This position works in close collaboration with other library units to administer and develop the university’s Digital Commons presence (digitalcommons.montclair.edu) and integrations, including Research with Montclair/Research with NJ and PlumX Metrics. The Institutional Repository Librarian contributes to library research data support efforts.
Reporting to the Head of the Research and Instruction Department, as part of the Library’s Scholarly Communication team, this position will develop and maintain data-related services and instruction to meet the needs of an R1 university. Position will provide consultative and instructional services for faculty, students, and staff in quantitative and qualitative data access, storage, analysis, management, and sharing.
- Creating digital archiving workflows, procedures, and policies.
- Arranging, describing, and providing access to born-digital archival collections and describing them into finding aids.
- Collaborating on the acquisition and accessioning of born-digital materials.
- Ingesting and migrating digital items from a variety of current and legacy media formats.
- Providing training and guidance to SWC/SCL staff on preserving and migrating born-digital materials.
This position will manage a newly created Digitization Services department that will oversee image- and time-based digitization following digital preservation best practices for IU Libraries, as part of Digital Collections Services.
The University of Texas Libraries seeks a Creative & Instructional Technologies Librarian to advance the mission of UT Libraries’ inclusive makerspace, The Foundry, located in the Fine Arts Library. This position will primarily work with faculty and students from across campus and disciplines to advance creative inquiry through workshops, interdisciplinary course-integrated instruction, and point of need consultations. This position will partner with Foundry staff to identify outreach opportunities and contribute to day-to-day operations of the Foundry. This position will also support adjacent instructional technologies within the library.
The Digital Scholarship Librarian is a member of a team of professionals who support the services and operations of the MSU Libraries Digital Scholarship Lab. This position will be a key contributor to the ongoing visioning and evolution of the MSU Libraries digital scholarship program. They will provide consultations and workshops, and participate in transformative projects that leverage digital tools for engaged scholarship. In addition, the Digital Scholarship Librarian will participate in and engage with a rich, well-developed community of digital scholarship and digital humanities practitioners across the MSU campus. The position reports to the Head of Digital Scholarship Services.
Develop strong working relationships with faculty, staff, and students who use (or support the use of) quantitative and qualitative data in their research, teaching, and scholarship. Provide expert instruction to students, faculty, and staff regarding the discovery, acquisition, management, manipulation, interpretation, analysis, and visualization of data (e.g. infographics, charts, maps, and interactive media) using specialty software and coding languages (e.g. R, Python, Stata, ArcGIS, QGIS); provide expert instruction in specialized methods (e.g. statistical techniques, text/data mining, sentiment analysis, network analysis, GIS). Provide proactive leadership, direction, and vision for the support of digital scholarship and data science research and teaching in the libraries; collaborate with faculty and staff from all Middlebury campuses.