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Job: Associate Dean for Technology and Digital Scholarship at Florida State University

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The FSU Libraries seek an innovative, experienced information professional to
work with a variety of

constituencies at a major research university to (1) provide high-quality
digital information services, (2)develop a robust
institutional repository and other tools that support digital scholarship, (3)
encourageinnovation in digital scholarship, (4) provide
leadership on scholarly communication issues throughbroad-
based solutions that work in a diverse, fast-paced academic environment.

Reporting to the Dean of University Libraries and serving on the Senior
Management Team, the

Associate Dean (AD) for Digital Scholarship and Technology Services, along
with colleagues in the

Libraries and throughout the university, will refine the Libraries' vision for
information technology, witha focus on enhancing
services. The ideal candidate will be intellectually
curious, committed to

continuous learning, and enthusiastic about contributing to the University's
research and teaching

missions.

  
Responsibilities:

  * Act as chief coordinator for technology for FSU's central libraries, working closely with libraries in the Colleges of Law, Medicine, Music and Communication and Information to develop and maintain an efficient, strategic, well-coordinated technology environment
  * Provide oversight for the development of FSU's Institutional Repository by coordinating activities of key library staff and others engaged in digital scholarship throughout the university
  * Build and maintain relationships with partners such as FSU's Information Technology Services, FSU's Office of Research, the Florida Center for Library Automation and Kuali-OLE
  * Work closely with other librarians to inform FSU faculty on scholarly communication and open access issues and facilitate effective solutions
  * Provide strategic direction for the Libraries' digital services including the website, institutional repository, e-resource provision, and related services
  * Serve as FSU's primary representative to a variety of technology-oriented organizations at the state, national, and international level
  * Lead a Division of nine faculty and staff (Web Development, Systems, Electronic Resources Integration Management & Integrated Library Systems and Digital Scholarship)
  * Serve on a variety of library, campus, and consortial committees and task forces
  * Create an annual technology plan in conjunction with library managers and staff that addresses current needs, anticipates new technologies, and recommends new directions for the delivery of information resources to FSU's constituent groups
  * Manage an annual budget of approximately $650,000
  
Minimum Qualifications:

  * Masters degree from an ALA-accredited library program
  * Minimum 5 years academic library or related experience
  * Significant supervisory and management experience
  * Demonstrated knowledge of current and emerging trends related to digital library services,scholarly communication, content licensing, copyright, data and patron privacy protection Working knowledge of institutional repositories including applicable standards and intellectualproperty policies
  * Experience with the concepts and software/hardware applications used in organizing andpresenting digital information
  * Excellent organizational skills and a demonstrated ability to handle complex analytical anddetailed work
  * Commitment to maintaining an atmosphere of teamwork and cooperation conducive to jobproductivity and satisfaction
  * A record of successful implementation and management of emerging technologies
  * Excellent oral, written, and interpersonal communication skills
  
Preferred Qualifications

  * Excellent knowledge of information technology principles, processes, systems and standards,including system administration, major operating systems, system security, networkadministration, wireless networking, digital initiatives and/or web technologies
  * Experience with Digital Commons, DigiTool or other digital content management systems.
  * Applied knowledge of metadata or cataloging schemas, such as Dublin Core, XML, and MARC, aswell as appropriate thesauri
  * Significant experience working with institutional repositories
  * Successful record of grant proposals
  * Experience with assessment and program development
  * Familiarity and experience with the management, development, creation, and preservation ofscholarly output and digital collections
  * Project management and systems management, analysis and design experience
  
Additional Details:

This is a full-time, 12-month non-tenured faculty appointment. Benefits
include 22 days vacation, 13

days sick leave, group medical, dental, and life insurance, an optional
retirement program or state

retirement, and no state or local income tax. With Dean's approval, may
qualify for University tuition

scholarship for up to six hours credit each semester.

  
Located in beautiful Tallahassee, Florida's capital city, a growing community
with a population of morethan 357,000, the Florida State
University, a public, coeducational institution of the 11-member
StateUniversity System of Florida, has an enrollment of
over 40,000 students. The Library system includes
tenlibraries with combined volume holdings of over 3
million volumes. The Library is a member of ARL,ASERL, CRL,
OCLC, and Lyrasis. For more information about the Florida State University
Libraries, see ourhome page at:
http://www.lib.fsu.edu/

  
Contact:

Policia Clyne, PHR

Library Human Resources

Florida State University Libraries

Tallahassee, FL 32306-2047

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Phone: (850) 645-8404



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