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Two jobs at NYU Health Sciences Libraries

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Digital Projects Librarian and Systems Integration Librarian

Also available here:
http://library.med.nyu.edu/library/libinfo/dept_personnel/jobs.html

*Digital Projects Librarian *

The NYU Health Sciences Libraries invite applicants for the position of
Digital Projects Librarian.

The Digital Projects Librarian will join the Library Medical Informatics
Group (LMIG) in the provision of high-quality computing services to the
faculty and staff of the libraries, as well as to the libraries'
constituencies. The Digital Projects Librarian will take the lead role in
coordinating the design, creation, and maintenance of the libraries' digital
projects in a manner that is consistent with NYU Medical Center policies and
will support library resources of the NYU Health Sciences Libraries at the
NYU School of Medicine, College of Dentistry and Nursing, Bellevue Hospital
and the Hospital for Joint Diseases as well as the library's three consumer
health branches.

The Digital Projects Librarian is responsible for the coordination of the
libraries' digital initiatives. Working in a highly integrated team
environment, the Digital Projects Librarian will assess appropriate
standards, policies, and procedures for application to the library's digital
projects and ensure continued development and maintenance of the libraries'
digital initiatives, which include projects with the Archives, digital
resources targeted for special groups, and joint projects with other
departments of the School of Medicine.

This is an academic track position leading to tenure track and reports to
the Associate Director for Library Systems.

* Responsibilities:*

   - Coordinates and integrates the library's systems capabilities to
   develop digital library products, including digital repositories. Provides
   project management support to a wide variety of team-based projects
   including maintaining documentation of policies and procedures
   - Contributes to the consistency and interoperability of the products
   through participation in selection and implementation of appropriate
   national standards for knowledge database design, metadata development, and
   appropriate scanning technologies
   - Participates in development and maintenance of library initiatives
   to track and measure research efforts and activities of faculty, including
   the faculty bibliography
   - Along with Metadata Librarian, provides leadership on metadata
   standards and training for interdisciplinary projects within the Medical
   Center. Trains and supervises library staff in basic digital library skills
   using scanning and software applications
   - Keeps abreast of developments in digital librarianship including new
   tools for display and organization of electronic materials. Considers and
   develops research projects involving NYU Health Sciences and other libraries
   and works with NYU School of Medicine faculty on joint projects as
   opportunities arise
   - Serves on joint university committees such as the Repository
   Services Planning Committee of NYU Libraries
   - As part of the library faculty team, participates in library's
   educational programs and works on the Information Desk as needed

*Essential qualities: *

Excellent written and verbal communication skills, comfortable in a team
environment, flexible and open to change, initiative, highly organized and
able to complete projects in a timely manner.

*Experience and skills:*

Must have accredited master's degree in library or information science,
three to five years of experience in library or knowledge management
environment. Experience with metadata standards, XML, digital technologies,
and database management required. Knowledge of MeSH, UMLS, and standard
medical vocabularies preferred.

Salary will begin at $50,000 and is negotiable depending on experience.
Screening will begin upon receipt of the application and the position will
remain open until filled.


*Systems Integration Librarian*

The NYU Health Sciences Libraries invite applicants for the position of
Systems Integration Librarian.

The Systems Integration Librarian will join the Library Medical Informatics
Group (LMIG) supporting computer applications of the NYU Health Sciences
Libraries at the NYU School of Medicine, College of Dentistry and Nursing,
Bellevue Hospital, and the Hospital for Joint Diseases as well as the
library's three consumer health branches.

The Systems Integration Librarian is responsible for the planning,
integration, licensing, and maintenance of library technologies at all
branches and acts as an expert for shared technologies and standardization
in the libraries. This individual supervises the Computer Support Team.

This is an academic track position leading to tenure track reporting to the
Associate Director of Library Systems.

*Responsibilities:*

   - Supervises computer support staff for all libraries and monitors the
   libraries' helpdesk system
   - Manages the library's Innovative Interfaces integrated library
   system in conjunction with the I-Team (III Implementation)
   - Manages system integration projects, such as consistency of desktop
   computers in all libraries
   - Participates with other members of the library staff in the
   development of standards, policies and procedures for technology
   implementation. Stays abreast of new technological developments and brings
   them to consideration in the management and organization of library projects
   and teams
   - Develops and manages support for mobile devices
   - As part of the library faculty team, participates in library's
   educational programs and works on the Information Desk as needed
   - Serves on committees and teams in the libraries and the university
   at large

*Essential qualities:*

Excellent written and verbal communication skills, comfortable in a team
environment, flexible and open to change, initiative, highly organized, and
able to complete projects in a timely manner.

*Experience and Skills:*

Must have accredited master's degree in library or information science, one
to three years of experience with some supervisory experience, and working
knowledge of an integrated library system, preferably Innovative Interfaces.
Project management skills a plus.

Salary will begin at $50,000 and is negotiable depending on experience.
Screening will begin upon receipt of applications and the position will
remain open until filled.

Ms. Terry Serra
Ehrman Medical Library
NYU School of Medicine
550 First Avenue
New York, NY 10016
Fax: (212) 263-6534
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http://library.med.nyu.edu/

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