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CODE4LIB October 2010

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Re: Position announcement: Digital Archivist, Columbia University Libraries, New York

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Joanna DiPasquale <[log in to unmask]>

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Code for Libraries <[log in to unmask]>

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Mon, 11 Oct 2010 13:41:34 -0400

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Again, apologies for cross-posting; this is also a new position that
opened up today that may be of interest to you.

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Emerging Technologies Coordinator

The Columbia University Libraries invites nominations and applications
for the position of Emerging Technologies Coordinator within the
Science & Engineering Libraries division.  The Emerging Technologies
Coordinator will play a key role in planning and assessing information
services supporting the research, teaching, and learning needs of the
Columbia science community.  The position will provide proactive,
effective technology and research support to students and faculty
within the new Digital Science Center (DSC), located within the new
integrated Science Library, scheduled to open in January 2011.

Reporting to the Director, Science & Engineering Libraries, the
Emerging Technologies Coordinator will identify, implement, and assess
technologies for the division, including those supporting data
gathering and management, visualization, competitive analysis, and
other technologies emerging as critical to science and engineering
research and teaching. The Emerging Technologies Coordinator will
provide training for students, faculty, and staff on technologies
supported by the DSC, including group instruction and in-person
consultations tailored to individual needs.   Working closely with the
Library Information Technology Office, the position will coordinate
the planning and maintenance of equipment and software for the DSC, as
well as lead the planning, promotion, and assessment of outreach to
faculty and students related to electronic resources and bibliographic
management tools.  In addition, the position will participate in
library-wide service programming, including planning for next
generation information discovery and management tools, virtual
reference services, and other committees and task forces as
appropriate.

The new Science Library will consolidate collections and service
support for faculty and students in Astronomy, the Biological
Sciences, Chemistry, Physics, and Psychology.  The DSC, within the new
library, will support the emerging research, teaching, and learning
needs in the science disciplines at Columbia by integrating
state-of-the-art technologies and professional, discipline-specific
research consulting and support.  The DSC will include ~50 high-end
workstations with large, high-resolution displays, advanced
peripherals, and discipline-specific and course-related software in
both individual and collaborative configurations.  An evolving suite
of mathematical analysis, visualization, statistical, spatial
data/GIS, scientific and editing software packages will meet a wide
variety of undergraduate and graduate student needs.  The DSC will
also include group study spaces in various configurations, as well as
two multipurpose group consultation and presentation practice rooms,
enabling both collaborative research and the direct interaction of
students, subject-specialist librarians, and technology support staff.
Required Qualifications:
An accredited MLS or an advanced degree in a relevant subject area or
an equivalent combination of education and experience; an awareness of
the issues involved in developing sustainable support for research and
teaching in the sciences and/or engineering; experience providing
service in a technology-rich environment; an aptitude for teaching and
developing instructional content and documentation; knowledge of
Windows and Macintosh operating systems; experience in managing
complex projects and demonstrated ability to work collaboratively and
independently; demonstrated initiative and flexibility and the ability
to work in a collaborative environment; and experience in webpage
creation, including ability to write effectively for the web.
Preferred Qualifications:
An academic background in a science or engineering-related discipline;
experience in instructional design; experience in identifying and
evaluating software applications; knowledge of statistical, spatial
data, visualization, and/or bibliographic management applications.
Knowledge of one or more of the following: AutoCAD, ChemDraw, LaTeX,
Mathematica, Matlab, R, SAS, SPSS, Stata.
One of the world's leading research universities, Columbia provides
outstanding opportunities to work and grow in a unique intellectual
community. Set in the Morningside Heights academic village, Columbia
also presents the unmatched dynamism, diversity and cultural richness
of New York City. The University Libraries, grounded in collections of
remarkable depth and breadth, are also building extensive electronic
resources and services. The Libraries at Columbia are committed to
collegiality, professionalism, innovation and leadership.

We offer a salary commensurate with qualifications and experience and
excellent benefits including 100% Columbia tuition exemption for self
and family and assistance with University housing. Columbia will also
pay 50% tuition for your dependent child who is a candidate for an
undergraduate degree at another accredited college or university.

Priority consideration will be given to applications submitted by
November 8, 2010.

This position will be available beginning January 1, 2011.

To submit an application, please visit:
http://academicjobs.columbia.edu/applicants/Central?quickFind=53853





--
Joanna DiPasquale
Digital Technologies Development Librarian
Columbia University Libraries
Digital Program Division
212.854.8758
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