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Job: Emerging Technologies and Web Librarian - Tufts University Boston, MA at Tufts University

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Position Title:

Emerging Technologies and Web Librarian

  
Department Overview:

The Information Services Department of the Hirsh Health Sciences Library is
responsible for providing and developing services to meet the information
needs of the staff, students and faculty of the health sciences campus which
is comprised of the School of Dental Medicine, the School of Medicine
(including programs in public health and biomedicine), the Friedman School of
Nutrition Science and Policy, as well as the Sackler School of Graduate
Biomedical Sciences and the Human Nutrition Research Center on Aging (HNRCA)
at Tufts University. The IS department's major activities are user education,
reference, document delivery, informatics training, web site content
development and maintenance, and staffing the combined Library Service Desk.

  
Position Overview:

Under the direction of the Head of Information and Access Services, the
Emerging Technology Librarian has primary responsibility for the development,
implementation and maintenance of the library web site, using the content
management system, Drupal. This librarian tracks user trends, assesses user
needs and preferences, explores new technologies and makes decisions about web
site design based on this information.

  
Leading the Hirsh Library's Web Team, he or she articulates a plan for initial
and ongoing web site development and assessment. Also responsible for creating
web tutorials and other online learning modules, the Emerging Technology
Librarian will work with faculty on the Boston campus, staff in Educational
Media and TUSK (curriculum management system) offices to create online
learning opportunities. Keeping current on emerging technologies, he or she
will implement strategies to maximize the effective use of appropriate
technologies--mobile, web-based or other--for the library and its users,
including training colleagues how to use technology to best serve our liaison
partners on the health sciences campus. This librarian trains colleagues in
using Drupal and in how to be effective web site contributors.

  
As a member of the Information Services Department, he or she participates in
the programs and services of the department, including the liaison program,
teaching appropriate groups, staffing the library service desk and other
services as needed. The incumbent will represent the department, library, and
university on appropriate Tufts Libraries and university-wide committees as
needed.

  
Position Qualifications:

  
Basic Requirements:

  
1. Years of related experience required: 2 years library
experience

2. Required education: ALA-accredited MLIS degree or equivalent

3. Required computer/technical skills: Demonstrated
experience in website design and CMS-driven website framework, Drupal
preferred; Experience with JavaScript (JQuery); Understanding of relational
databases; Understanding of cross-browser compatibility issues; Strong
knowledge of applying user-centered design principles; Strong project
management skills; Ability to handle multiple projects and responsibilities
concurrently and problem-solving skills; Strong public services philosophy and
commitment to outstanding public service; Flexibility and
the eagerness to learn constantly and quickly; Excellent time management
skills, including the capacity to work independently as well as on teams;
Excellent written and verbal communication
skills

  
Preferred Qualifications:

• Some knowledge of PHP, XML, XSLT

• Understanding of APIs

• Experience with source control (GIT preferred)

• Experience with usability testing

• Health sciences or academic library experience

• Demonstrated teaching ability

• Professional development and service, including a record of publishing

• Instructional design experience

• Ability to communicate with diverse staff and user groups

• Ability to teach faculty, staff and students on a variety of topics

  
For complete job listing visit https://2xrecruit.kenexa.com/kr/cc/jsp/public/l
andingPage.jsf?id=61B88F9EABFA9D2E3CC8796DA4DBCAD8CA3DE054F2098DF2A690ED336468
60AC&initcc=true

  
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