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Project Coordinator, BC ELN (job posting)

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John Durno <[log in to unmask]>

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Forwarded by request. This used to be my job, actually. Great place to
work. Fairly technical for a library consortium position. I spent quite
a bit of my time coding (mainly PHP/MySQL). Please don't send replies
to me. Contact info at the bottom of this message.


Project Coordinator
BC Electronic Library Network
Burnaby
British Columbia
Canada
Closing Date Feb 03, 2006

Job Description
The British Columbia Electronic Library Network has a continuing, full
time vacancy for a Project Coordinator.

Setting:
The British Columbia Electronic Library Network (BC ELN) is a
partnership between the Province of British Columbia and its
post-secondary libraries. BC ELN's purpose is to develop, promote, and
maintain system-wide mechanisms that allow post-secondary libraries to
meet the expanding information needs of the province's learners and
researchers in the most cost-effective way. BC ELN is funded by the BC
Ministry of Advanced Education, with offices located in the W.A.C.
Bennett Library, Simon Fraser University (Burnaby Mountain campus).
Simon Fraser University serves as BC ELN's administrative home, and BC
ELN employees are appointed under the appropriate SFU employee
agreements.


Assignment:
- Planning, developing, and implementing innovative projects in support
of BC ELN goals and objectives
- Developing and maintaining the BC ELN web site, content management
system, and related modules
- Assisting partner libraries with the integration of emerging
technologies and protocols for database access and resource sharing
initiatives
- Planning for technology migrations as they affect BC ELN services
- Coordinating the development and delivery of system documentation
- Overseeing technical support for database applications and other
services across multiple sites and platforms, via liaison with BC ELN
service providers and partner libraries

It is expected that the Project Coordinator will also play a
significant role in communications among BC ELN libraries and with
external organizations, and will participate in overall planning and
service evaluation within BC ELN.
Qualifications
Required Qualifications:
- Master of Library Science from an ALA-accredited program (or
equivalent)
- Minimum 2 years of relevant work experience
- Experience in medium-scale web site design, construction, and
maintenance
- Strong understanding of networking standards, protocols, and system
integration issues
- Knowledge of challenges facing libraries in the delivery of
electronic information
- Strong analytical and problem-solving skills
- Demonstrated ability to work effectively in a collegial team
environment with both public service and technical staff
- Demonstrated ability to respond to flexible service requirements and
working arrangements
- Demonstrated leadership abilities
- Excellent written and verbal communication skills


Knowledge of web scripting languages, especially PHP and Perl, and
relational database design, is highly desirable; as is experience with
library technologies, standards, and protocols such as EZproxy, MARC,
and Z39.50. Experience with multiple computer operating systems,
including Mac OS X, Windows, and Unix, is also desirable. A background
in the provision of public services or systems support, preferably in
an academic environment, and familiarity with library consortia, are
strong assets.

Terms of appointment:
Full time, continuing position anticipated to be available in early
2006. See http://www2.sfu.ca/policies/academic/a12-03.htm

Simon Fraser University is committed to the principle of equity in
employment and offers equal employment opportunities to qualified
applicants. All qualified candidates are encouraged to apply; however,
Canadians and permanent residents will be given priority. The
successful applicant will be appointed at a level commensurate with his
or her experience and qualifications. SFU Librarian Salary Scales can
be viewed at:
http://www.sfu.ca/policies/academic/a20-02/2003/Librarians.pdf

More information about BC ELN is available at:
http://www.eln.bc.ca
Contact Info
Please send letter of application detailing your qualifications for the
position, curriculum vitae and names and contact information of 3
references by Friday, February 3, 2006 to:

Anita Cocchia
Manager, BC Electronic Library Network
7th Floor, W.A.C. Bennett Library
Simon Fraser University
8888 University Drive
Burnaby, British Columbia
V5A 1S6 Canada

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