DescriptionThe Systems Librarian provides leadership for planning, implementing, and managing library systems, digital services, and information technologies, serves on a variety of library and university committees, maintains the library website and other library systems, and provides library staff technology training, and serves as a vendor contact. The Systems Librarian may also serve as liaison to one or more academic departments and the Office of Information Technology, provide subject specific instruction, creating instructional materials and collection development for assigned disciplines. The Systems Librarian is a faculty position and the librarian is expected to meet the standards for promotion and tenure. Reports to the Director of Library Services.
ALA accredited MLS, or equivalent. Minimum of two years of current professional experience. Proven ability to manage multiple projects and to meet deadlines. Familiarity with emerging trends in library services and systems. Experience with website development.
Excellent interpersonal and communications skills, both oral and written, and the ability to work independently and collaboratively. Academic library or IT experience. Experience with ExLibris, ILLiad (interlibrary loan), LibGuides, Windows Servers. PHP, XML, CSS, HTML, UNIX, Linux, Mac OS, and metadata standards. Experience with library staff training, vendor APls, and digitization.
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