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DLF-ANNOUNCE  April 2008

DLF-ANNOUNCE April 2008

Subject:

Metadata Manager, Digital Humanities Observatory

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Michelle Dalmau <[log in to unmask]>

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Michelle Dalmau <[log in to unmask]>

Date:

Tue, 29 Apr 2008 10:56:13 -0400

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Posting on behalf of Susan Schreibman, Director of the Digital  
Humanities Observatory.

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Metadata Manager
(Year Fixed Term Contract  2 Years 8 months)
Digital Humanities Observatory

Funded under PRTLI 4, the Royal Irish Academy (RIA) and its partners  
in the
Humanities Serving Irish Society Consortium (HSIS) will build a joint
national platform for the coordination and dissemination of humanities
research, teaching and training at an all-island level. The key
infrastructural element of the consortium will be the Digital Humanities
Observatory (DHO). The DHO will be an electronic access portal and  
research
resource for the humanities, designed, hosted and operated by the RIA.

The RIA now invites applications for the following  fixed term contract
position with the DHO:

Metadata Manager (Fixed term contract  2 years 8 months)
Reporting to the DHO Director, the Metadata Manager will be  
responsible for:
 promoting and supporting the use of advanced computing techniques as
applied to the humanities
 researching, evaluating, and interpreting developments in metadata  
standards
 designing appropriate metadata schema to facilitate the use of HSIS
collections
 cataloguing materials using a variety of metadata schema
 assisting in the development of a technical framework to support a  
shared
repository for HSIS research
 assisting in development efforts such as drafting funding  
applications as
well as promoting the work of the DHO via professional activities such  
as
conference presentations, articles and poster sessions.

The Metadata Manager will have an approved postgraduate library
qualification and at least two years working in a digital library or  
digital
humanities environment with significant experience implementing  
metadata for
digital environments. The successful candidate must demonstrate  
proficiency
in OAI and XML DTDs or Schema (EAD and TEI), with two or more of the
following: DC, MARC, MODS or METS, as well as have experience  
cataloguing
more traditional formats. Must have excellent communication skills, the
ability to interact with diverse groups of scholars and technical  
staff, and
be able to effectively articulate abstract ideas. The candidate must  
be self
directed, flexible and adaptable to change, analytical and results  
oriented.

It is desirable that the Metadata Manager has experience in  
understanding
the principles of database structure and design as well as training and
mentoring.

Salary Scale: 48,780 - 52,800
Further information and details of the application process are  
available on
www.ria.ie and www.dho.ie. The closing date for applications is Friday  
16th
May 2008 at 4pm.

Applicants will be shortlisted on the basis of the information  
provided in
their application. This position will remain open until suitable  
candidates
are found.  The Royal Irish Academy is an equal opportunities employer.

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