Digital Resources Management Librarian

Full time

Created: March 27, 2019
Chicago, IL
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Description

The Digital Resources Management Librarian implements, maintains, supports, and enhances a wide range of technologies and systems to provide innovative library services and ensure access to the library’s extensive range of online information resources and digital collections. This position also supports library staff and local and remote library users in the use of existing information technology as well as the adoption of new and emerging technology.

Education & Experience

Master’s degree, with a Master’s in library and information science from an ALA-Accredited program required. Bachelor’s degree in information technology management, computer science, or relevant combination of education and experience preferred. A minimum of three years of directly relevant professional experience working with information technology and/or library systems required. Experience providing support in an academic library environment preferred. Experience supporting and maintaining library automated systems, institutional repositories, and archival management systems including but not limited to such systems as Voyager, ILLiad, and Islandora desirable.

Knowledge & Skills

Knowledge of library, communication, and web standards such as MARC, OpenURL and link resolvers, proxy systems, linked data, and XML, as well as knowledge of relational database systems and applications including SQL and MS Access required. Experience with scripting languages, python or ruby preferred. Knowledge of Drupal, Islandora, and other content systems preferred. Strong service orientation, excellent oral and written communication skills, and excellent project management skills required. Commitment to ongoing professional growth and development required.

For more information, see the full job listing here. Please feel free to contact Adam Strohm (astrohm@iit.edu) with any questions about the job posting.


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