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Job: Digital Studio Technology Specialist, NYU Division of LIbraries at New York University

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**Title: Digital Studio Technology Specialist**  
Division of Libraries, New York University

  
New York University's Digital Studio supports the digital scholarship,
research, and teaching of the NYU community. Technology Specialists from NYU
Libraries and NYU Information Technology Services work together at the Digital
Studio to provide consultation, training, and tools for multimedia production
and sharing, file storage and management, digital scholarship, digital project
planning and management, copyright and fair use, digital publishing, teaching
and learning projects, and learning management tools. In this dynamic, client-
oriented environment, we keep abreast of research, teaching, and learning
technology developments in higher education and implement services to benefit
the global NYU community.

  
**Key Responsibilities**  
The Digital Studio Technology Specialist will partner with other technology
specialists and librarians to create a holistic service environment for
clients.

  
_Consultation_: Consult with scholars in their use of Digital Studio and other
IT services for research and teaching.

  
_Facility Management:_ Oversee the Digital Studio facility (workstations,
student staffing, documentation of procedures, staff training initiatives,
etc.). Develop a technology environment conducive to effective client work by
evaluating user needs and planning and implementing processes and systems to
meet those needs. Make recommendations for the purchase of hardware and
software. Think creatively about the configuration of workstations, work
spaces, workflows, etc. Purchase, and supervise installation of hardware,
software, and peripherals and ensure their proper function.

Supervise Digital Studio student support staff including hiring, training, and
evaluating performance. Identify and prioritize staff assignments to ensure
deadlines are met and review work for accuracy.

  
_Service Development and Leadership_: Work closely with scholars and other
Libraries and ITS staff to evaluate current technology, ascertain the academic
technology needs of the University, and develop and support standardized, core
technology and person-to-person services for research and teaching. Keep
informed about trends in technology use in higher education, and research and
test emerging information technologies for use at NYU. Support and lead the
development of new tools and services, and act as service lead for new and
existing services.

Work as part of a newly formed team to develop and provide services supporting
digital scholarship. This is a new and growing service area in NYU Libraries.

  
_Training_:

Develop and deliver training programs related to Digital Studio services.
Identify training needs, arrange for instructors, facilities and materials, as
required. Consult with faculty, researchers, and staff on training interests
and opportunities.

  
Note: The Digital Studio open hours will be expanding as the service evolves.
The successful applicant will be willing to work possible evening and weekend
hours.

  
  
**Qualifications**  
_Required_: Bachelor's degree and 3 years relevant experience or an equivalent
combination. Must include: good interpersonal skills, good oral and written
communication, client service experience and orientation, experience
supporting information technology and training, interest in and a strong
desire to learn about new information technologies, interest in the evolving
use of technology for scholarship and teaching in higher education, project
management experience, ability to work both collaboratively and independently,
willingness to undertake responsibility. Experience in one of the following
areas: media production, website design, digital humanities, instructional
design.

  
_Preferred_: Master's degree and experience in an academic environment,
preferably in Libraries and/or IT. Experience working with scholars on digital
projects for research and/or teaching.

  
Application and resume must include a cover letter that reflects how your
experience fits the position description.

  
For more information about the Digital Studio, see: http://www.nyu.edu/studio/

For more information about working at NYU and to apply, visit our website at:
http://www.nyu.edu/about/working-at-nyu/apply-for-jobs.html

  
NYU offers a generous benefit package including 22 days of vacation annually.
NYU is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer.

  
To apply: http://www.nyucareers.com/applicants/Central?quickFind=55480



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