Assistant University Librarian for Technology Services
Created: April 24, 2013
University of Georgia Libraries Athens, GA1 other recent jobs
DescriptionThe University of Georgia Libraries seeks a forward-thinking, results-oriented leader for the position of Assistant University Librarian (AUL) for Technology Services to help refine and implement the information technology vision of the UGA Libraries and the statewide GALILEO virtual library. The AUL serves as a part of the senior library management team. Reporting to the University Librarian and Associate Provost, the AUL administers and coordinates IT support services for the University of Georgia Libraries. The AUL also supervises the staff at the UGA Libraries who support GALILEO (Georgia’s statewide virtual library) and GIL (the University System of Georgia’s (USG) library management system) and coordinates their activities with the Executive Director for Library Services of the Board of Regents (BOR), USG. The AUL provides leadership to a staff of 19 IT professionals and one technical librarian who work in the Systems Department’s three units: The Library Technology Support Group, GIL Liaison and Systems Librarian, and GALILEO/GIL Technical Support Services. These units support the UGA Libraries’ network infrastructure, staff and public computer equipment and software, databases and applications, web site, online catalog, EBSCO Discovery Service and UGA scholarly repository, as well as the Digital Library of Georgia collaborative digitization program, GALILEO, GIL and other resources. This position will have a competitive salary and an attractive benefits program, which includes a choice of health and retirement plans, dental plan, tuition remission and paid relocation. To view a full description of duties, qualifications and application procedure please go to http://www.libs.uga.edu/humres/jobs/aultechserv.html The University of Georgia is an equal opportunity, affirmative action employer.
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Published: Wednesday, April 24, 2013 18:36 UTC