DescriptionThe Kelvin Smith Library (KSL) seeks imaginative, collaborative and dynamic candidates to provide visionary and strategic leadership to advance our cutting-edge initiatives in digital and scholarly resources. The ADCC leads two teams: The Digital Learning and Scholarship Team designs and manages all of KSL’s technology-related services, and the Scholarly Resources and Special Collections Team (SRSC) manages the library’s rare book, manuscript, and archival collections, and analog and digital preservation. Strategic opportunities include reimagining the library’s services for e-research and digital scholarship, and developing an exciting new vision for special collections in the 21st century. As a member of the senior leadership team, and working with the two team leaders, the ADCC develops strategies and policies, ensures and assesses service quality, allocates and manages human and financial resources, participates in fund and collection development, and serves as the primary administrative liaison to University Information Technology Services (ITS). The ADCC must be able to work effectively with external partners and cultivate potential donors. The ADCC is encouraged to engage in professional endeavors nationally and internationally. The ADCC reports to the Associate Provost and University Librarian and manages a staff of 13 fte and a budget of $1.4 million.
QUALIFICATIONS. Required: ability to inspire and mobilize teams that promotes high performance, staff engagement, diversity and accountability; a master’s degree in a relevant discipline; a record of success in one or more of the areas of responsibility; an articulate and clear thinker, good problem solver and solid strategist; successful record of project and operations management; able to work creatively and collaboratively in a complex and trans-functional environment; CV must warrant placement as a Librarian 3 or Librarian 4. Preferred: experience managing budgets, human resources, and technology infrastructures; an imaginative strategic planner; knowledge of current best practices; commitment to user-centered services; experience cultivating external funds and collections; success in faculty, student and donor relationship management; superior analytical, problem-solving, interpersonal and communication skills; success mentoring and coaching library staff; a respected national or international reputation in the profession.
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Published: Friday, February 1, 2013 21:56 UTC
Last updated: Tuesday, February 28, 2017 23:46 UTC