After a brief hiatus, the DLF Jobs Digest returns — with news of a
new and improved posting service! HR folks, search committee chairs, and hiring managers can share positions directly at:
— where users are now able to search, browse, and consult a map to find relevant job ads. The service still includes DLF's friendly, customized promotion of your positions, with some additional bells and whistles and — as always — is free for
DLF member organizations and available to others at a small fee.
Now, on to the digest!
Since our last episode...
the Smithsonian Libraries seeks a Data Developer
to facilitate use and re-purposing of data across platforms and systems;
Penn State is looking for a Digital Preservation Librarian
with a "proactive awareness of social responsibility, inherent and historical institutional biases, and
ethics of digital preservation;”
the Library of Congress seeks a Chief
for its newly-established Digital Collections Management & Services Division, responsible for the
full lifecycle management of digital collections;
Amherst College Library wants an “inventive leader, adroit manager, and indefagitable collaborator” as its new Head of Digital Programs
and, finally, Yale University seeks an Archivist
to work on archival and manuscript collections across all formats, including born-digital collections.
Tune in next time for more exciting opportunities from As DLF Jobs (Re)Turn. Meanwhile, you can stay connected
, and learn more about how to post a job with DLF:
Director of the Digital Library Federation (DLF) at CLIR
Research Associate Professor of Digital Humanities, UVa
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