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;

Duke is hiring for two positions: a Digital Repository Content Analyst to work on the Duke Digital Repository as well as discipline-specific repos, and a Senior Research Data Management Consultant to develop a program responsive to local needs;

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 with #DLFjobs on Twitter and our website, and learn more about how to post a job with DLF: 

Bethany Nowviskie
Director of the Digital Library Federation (DLF) at CLIR
Research Associate Professor of Digital Humanities, UVa | | |  

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