This position contributes to the success of the Tarver Library by providing digital access to primary research materials and other items in the archives, assisting the University Archivist in project management, and working with colleagues from Mercer and the broader community. Archives, Special Collections, and Digital Initiatives preserves and makes available a vast collection of historical materials on the history of Mercer University and Georgia Baptists.
Brown University Library seeks to hire a creative, highly organized, and enthusiastic individual for the new position of Assistant Editor, Brown University Digital Publications. Widely recognized as accessible, intentional, and inclusive, Brown University Digital Publications—launched with generous support from the Mellon Foundation with additional support from the National Endowment for the Humanities—is helping to set the standards for the future of scholarship in the digital age. . . . The Assistant Editor will work as part of a multi-skilled team of experts to develop complex born-digital scholarship intended for publication with leading academic presses. In close collaboration with the Director, the Assistant Editor will play a key role in supporting humanities scholars in the creation of new scholarly forms that present research and advance arguments in ways not achievable in a conventional print format, whether through multimedia enhancements or interactive engagement with research materials.
The OER Librarian/Project Coordinator provides essential support for the planning, implementation, and assessment of a three-year, federally funded grant project to create and increase the use of OER across four private California colleges and universities. Reporting to the OER for Social Justice Project Director, the OER Librarian/PC will work with a dynamic team of librarians and instructional designers across four universities to develop and document training materials for faculty, plan and coordinate outreach and communication efforts, support faculty in research, evaluation, and creation of OER, and assist with assessment for the grant.
Reporting to the University Library Dean, the Systems Librarian and Head of Library Technology Services (Head/LTS) provides leadership and direction for library systems, information technology services, and digital initiatives for the University Library at Cal Poly Pomona. The Systems Librarian serves as the University Library’s primary technology manager and ensures the effective discovery and delivery of library resources across multiple systems and platforms to the entire campus community. Through ongoing collaboration with colleagues throughout the University Library, across Cal Poly Pomona, and in the California State University System, the Systems Librarian is also responsible for the ongoing management of digitization, digital collection storage and presentation, and scholarly publishing systems, as well as additional applications and sites maintained by the University Library.
The Digital Services Librarian serves a key role in this environment by implementing, maintaining, and enhancing library systems and applications in conjunction with the Technical Services Team. As a part of this collaborative team, the Digital Services Librarian provides support for systems that form the foundation for all library services and is principally responsible for the Institutional Repository, website, and improving cross-platform integration of online resources and services.
The Digital Research & Curation Center at Johns Hopkins University is seeking an IT Project Manager to help us solve intriguing problems efficiently and effectively.
We are seeking an IT Project Manager who will be responsible for management of the full lifecycle of software projects. This individual will execute project management processes and methodologies to ensure projects are delivered correctly and on-time. He/she/they will be responsible for developing project plans, running project meetings, defining team assignments, guiding project activities, monitoring work efforts, identifying resource needs, and escalating functional, quality, and timeline issues appropriately.
The Director of DLST leads development of strategic vision, prioritization and assessment of system-wide Libraries digital library, scholarly technology services, and online web presence. The Director of DLST leads a creative and innovative team that advances development and implementation of digital library and scholarly technology systems for Columbia affiliates and the global scholarly community, in support of the University mission to advance knowledge and learning at the highest level and convey the products of its efforts to the world.
The Research Data Specialist is responsible for providing education, support, and expertise to faculty, students, and researchers engaged in data management planning, data acquisition, data sharing, and long-term data stewardship. This position emphasizes collaboration with faculty, students, and researchers in the Division of Health Sciences by supporting data practices and literacies. This position will coordinate data education, curation, and consultation activities.
The Associate Director (1) coordinates the development of digital collections and digital scholarship projects and applications and (2) manages all processes involved in the production and organization of spatial data for those projects. In the former role, they oversee and coordinate the work of the Boatwright Library’s website design and development staff and work with the Director of the Digital Scholarship Lab. Head of Digital Engagement in selecting and prioritizing documents, and analyzes spatial data; oversees tasks including georeferencing and georectification of maps, particularly for the DSL’s historical mapping projects.
To support the Library Systems Team (LST) in delivering an exceptional digital library experience for the customers of the Lanchester Library and those across the whole University Group. To identify, develop, and support a range of customer focussed digital solutions which underpin the learning teaching and research remit of the university and provide an excellent Library and Learning Resources experience for our students.
The Library Systems Administrator III oversees software for the Libraries’ digital repository platforms, gathering stakeholders’ requirements and translating needs into application configuration/features. They will ensure the optimal performance of lslandora, Open Journal Systems (OJS) and WordPress software and evaluate applications to update and add new features.
Under the direction of the Head of Learning, Research & Engagement, the OER Librarian will spearhead library-wide efforts to lower student course costs by advancing the adoption, adaptation, and creation of OERs by UCSC faculty. This newly-developed position has the option to be an on-campus, hybrid, or full-time remote-work position (with occasional required travel to Santa Cruz).
As part of a highly collaborative team in the Navari Family Center for Digital Scholarship, the Data Services Librarian provides instruction and outreach related to finding, accessing, creating, manipulating, managing, and visualizing quantitative/qualitative data to meet the diverse needs of the Notre Dame community. The position fosters relationships with departments, research institutes, and centers, and collaborates with a variety of partners in the Hesburgh Libraries, as well as experts and learners in a variety of fields across campus. This position is a key player in advancing the libraries’ efforts to become a leading campus resource for collaboration on grant-funded research projects.
Galter Health Sciences Library seeks an innovative and energetic data professional to join our team to support and advance research data management and sharing. The Data Librarian will join a strong and supportive team of collaborative data professionals in the Galter DataLab working on the Zenodo project through the National Institutes of Health’s Generalist Repository Ecosystem Initiative (GREI). The Data Librarian will provide focused support to the program through development and delivery of training, outreach, and use case support for the GREI program and provide curation and advisory services for research data management, FAIR (Findable, Accessible, Interoperable, and Reusable) Principles, and enhanced dissemination of training and research products.
Reporting to the Dean of the University Library, the AUL has oversight of the Center for Digital Scholarship, the Digital Library Development Center, the Dissertation Office, the Integrated Library Systems and Administrative & Desktop Systems teams (25 employees, 4 direct reports). The AUL provides leadership for the Library’s IT services, including the design, development, and maintenance of a robust, integrated, secure library infrastructure as part of the University’s digital ecosystem. The portfolio includes the open-source library management (FOLIO) and discovery (VuFind) systems, Knowledge@UChicago, the Invenio-based repository and research data management platform, and the digital preservation service.
Reporting to the Digital Preservation Manager, the Software Preservation Program Manager is responsible for managing and growing the Emulation as a Service Infrastructure (EaaSI) Program of work (https://eaasi.info). EaaSI is a world-leading program of work providing open-source software and services that make emulation practical for use in long term digital preservation workflows. . . . The position has grant-based funding through June 2024 with a strong possibility of moving to organizational funding following this.
Reporting to the Digitization Manager, the Audiovisual Digitization Specialist is responsible for all in-house audio-visual digitization, and provides quality control and editing for outsourced digitization of audiovisual materials in the Washington University Libraries’ collections. The position provides expertise that informs strategies for long-term preservation of and access to these digital assets and their analog counterparts.
Reporting to the Collections Services Archivist/Processing Manager, the Digital Content Management Archivist for Institutional Collections (DCM Archivist) manages born-digital content including institutional records transferred from administrative and academic departments and systems, email, student scholarly output such as theses and prize papers, and archived websites, from initial receipt through deposit in a preservation repository. The DCM Archivist works with Harvard University Archives (HUA) staff across all units to develop, implement, and adjust workflows for the long-term management and delivery of born digital content created at the University and in the related community during all phases of the records lifecycle.
The position leads the ULS’s Digital Scholarship Services (DSS) unit, an outward-focused, public-outreach unit, which serves as a front-end to the library’s resources, expertise, and services in support of a broad range of digital and data-intensive scholarly activities. In this capacity, the Head of DSS develops and maintains strategies, relationships, services, and project portfolios that enable meaningful library support of digital scholarship for faculty, students, and staff at the University of Pittsburgh. The Head of DSS also engages directly with digital scholarship practitioners through consultations, presentations, instruction, and project collaborations.
The librarian in this position will support members of the UCSC community who work with 3D data throughout its lifecycle including 3D scanning, 3D modeling, VR, 3D printing, and preservation of 3D data. We are particularly seeking candidates with experience in 3D modeling or VR/AR creation. The librarian in this position will provide support related to our newly expanded Digital Scholarship Innovation Studio, which includes 3D printers, laser cutters, Cricut maker machines, VR, and holographic equipment. Support for these methods includes both 2D and 3D design methods.
The UTA Libraries’ Digital Publishing Librarian oversees all aspects of producing local digital publications and making external publications accessible in support of faculty, staff, and students. This position also involves serving as an advocate for open access and associated issues pertaining to scholarly impact and communication, as a member of the Open Partnerships & Services department. This position focuses on building and supporting partnerships for research engagement with campus colleagues.
Princeton University Library seeks two curious and innovative Digital Scholarship Specialists (DSS) to support its growing digital scholarship program. Reporting to the Assistant Director of Digital & Open Scholarship, the DSS will collaborate closely with library colleagues within the Research Data & Open Scholarship department to train, support, and collaborate with Princeton researchers on emerging digital research and interactive scholarship.
The Metadata Librarian leads in all metadata aspects for projects, repository configurations, and digital project grants, providing input, training, documentation, and feedback, as appropriate. This position is a 12-month, non-tenure track, ranked benefit-eligible faculty librarian appointment, fully remote or hybrid eligible, has supervisory responsibilities, and reports to the Head of Digital Projects, a department within the Division of Special Collections and Archives.
This position will provide leadership and management to re-envision data services and current workflows and build on the strong foundation already established to support technology services, emerging scholarship, and engagement in the research enterprise. The Associate Dean will oversee Data Services; the Digital Scholarship Center (DSC), which includes the Digital Media Lab (DML); Library Technology Services (LTS), which includes the Libraries’ technology infrastructure; and Scholarly Communication, which includes the Institutional Repository as well as support for Open Scholarship and Open Educational Resources.