DescriptionResponsibilities: The Systems Librarian is responsible for the management, day-to-day operation, maintenance, testing, troubleshooting, and implementation of advanced functionalities and enhancements of the Library Innovative Management System. The ideal candidate will provide technology and computer support within the library. Serve as webmaster, coordinating the design and maintenance of the library’s web page, and maintaining the library’s online instructional curriculum in support of the University’s instructional programs. Evaluates, purchases, installs, and maintains library hardware and software and all related items. Develop technology assessments and plans based on customer, library, and staff needs. Serve as library’s copyright compliance officer to monitor and enforce Copyright guidelines.
Qualifications: MLIS/MLS from an ALA-accredited program is required. The Systems Librarian must be able to demonstrate a solid understanding of library management systems and have a solid background in computer technology. Ability to install, configure, and troubleshoot PCs and network-related hardware. Ideal candidate will have a strong background in computer science, and familiarity with copyright laws.
Preferred: Experience in the use of instructional technology and related software in an academic library environment. Familiarity with research, design, and implementation of library technology initiatives such as online learning resources, Web 2.0 applications, wikis, blogs, and other innovative technology projects is highly preferred. Programming skills, familiarity with graphic design principles, experience with Innovative Interfaces, and EZproxy are also preferred.
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Published: Friday, December 7, 2012 02:38 UTC
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