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Digital Repository Services Manager

Long Beach or any CSU campus
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Created: September 1, 2017


The California State University, Office of the Chancellor, is seeking a Digital Repository Services Manager to be responsible for the design, development, implementation, maintenance, and expansion of systemwide institutional repository and digital asset management services in support of campus-led digital library initiatives. The Manager will work closely with campus libraries and academic technology departments to define needs, set out best practices, and develop and maintain systems and tools to support institutional repository projects. 

Systemwide Digital Library Services (SDLS) develops and manages a wide variety of information systems aimed at providing greater access to the collections and services of the CSU Libraries.


Salary: Commensurate with qualifications and experience.

Under the general direction of the Director, Systemwide Digital Library Services the a Digital Repository Services Manager will:
-Provide leadership and expertise in the installation and management of institutional repository and digital asset management software, with a current focus on Hydra / Samvera;
-Provide overall planning and management of the digital repository infrastructure of servers, storage, back-up and disaster recovery, primarily focused around Amazon Web Service;.
-Work with Chancellor's Office Data Center staff to define and develop a supporting infrastructure for institutional repository systems and services, including compliance with CSU guidelines for application development, testing, security, and disaster recovery;
-Collaborate with SDLS, campus staff, and CO consultants to customize applications to meet the various use cases and the specialized needs of each campus and academic technology group's repository;
-In consultation with the CSU libraries and academic technology groups, identify new features and functionality needed to support CSU digital repositories;
-Identify any gaps in process, documentation, or procedure, and provide solutions for these;
-Other duties as assigned.

This position requires:
-A Master's degree in Library and Information Science, or a bachelor's degree and five years' of progressively responsible information technology experience.
The Manager works closely with librarians, administrators, and academic technology staff across the CSU to identify institutional repository needs. The incumbent will also manage the work of consultants and campus IT staff in the implementation and support of systemwide institutional repository and discovery projects, and therefore requires:
-5+ years of experience working in university libraries or academic technology departments;
-Experience in designing, delivering, and maintaining web applications in support of academic libraries;
-Knowledge of and experience working with library systems, with a preference given to experience working with institutional repository systems;
-Knowledge of and experience working with library metadata standards and protocols, including MARC and Dublin Core;
-Strong creative, conceptual, and problem-solving skills;
-Strong oral and written communication skills.
This position involves the research, design, development, and maintenance of open source systems.The incumbent will therefore need significant previous experience developing and deploying large web applications, including:
-5+ years of experience in object-oriented programming, including a thorough knowledge of at least one high-level programming language (e.g. Java, PHP, Ruby, Python);
-Demonstrated proficiency in developing web applications using modern web development frameworks, relational databases, and indexing technologies;
-Experience deploying open-source software in academic libraries;
-Experience in structured software testing and version control.

Application Period 
Resumes will be accepted until September 13, 2017 or until job posting is removed.


Published: Tuesday, September 5, 2017 23:24 UTC

Last updated: Tuesday, September 5, 2017 23:24 UTC