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Job: Systems Librarian/Institutional Repository (IR) Administrator at Ontario College of Art & Design

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Systems Librarian/Institutional Repository (IR) Administrator
Ontario College of Art & Design
Toronto

Reporting to the Head, E-Resources & E-Learning Support, the Systems
Librarian/Institutional Repository (IR)Administrator
supports the adoption, technical integration and management of emerging
technologies, automated systemsand digital initiatives, to
meet the service requirements and information management needs of the
University Library.Working in close collaboration with
library colleagues, IT Services and other campus administrative and academic

departments, the Systems Librarian/IR Administrator will optimize technology
to deliver services and connect users to advancing the development, implementation, and maintenance of
library systems to support a diverseacademic and research community.

  
SUMMARY OF RESPONSIBILITIES:

• Administer, maintain and troubleshoot systems that support the operational
needs and services of the UniversityLibrary including
Reference & Instructional Services, E-Resources & E-Learning Support, Visual
Resources & SpecialCollections, and Collection Development
& Access, in consultation with the University Librarian and the Library Heads

• Collaborate with IT Services on the successful completion of prioritized
projects to advance collection management,scholarly
communications and discovery and access services and emerging library service
or collection initiatives.

• Serve as Library Systems subject matter expert in relation to areas, such as
data mapping for integration of librarysystem functions
with institutional information systems, and integration of library systems,
including institutionalrepository, with visual resources
systems and learning management systems

• Serve as primary liaison between OCAD U Library and SirsiDynix, Scholars
Portal, Institutional Repository softwarevendor (EPrints),
and other software or service providers

• Provide system and application administration for the virtualized library
system (Horizon SaaS) and for all relatedperipherals and
workstations, including oversight of installation and software maintenance

• Administer development and maintenance of the University Institutional
Repository (OCAD U Research Online) as aconsolidated web
presence for research and scholarly outputs of OCAD U's graduate students,
researchers, andpartners, in collaboration with the Special
Collections Librarian/Digital Projects Curator

• Oversee testing and modification of the Institutional Repository to OCAD U
specifications, in consultation with allstakeholders
including the Special Collections Librarian/Digital Projects Curator,
Repository Editors, and members ofthe Institutional
Repository Working Group

• Provide conceptual and technical development of the library's website and
establish and lead librarian web contentcommittee

• Serve on University committees and represent the University Library on
relevant Ontario Council of University Libraries(OCUL) and
Scholars Portal working groups and committees; and participate in professional
activities outside theUniversity

• Develop a business case for future systems integration in support of the
OCAD U Library / AGO Library AffiliationAgreement

• Monitor systems performance, prepare documentation, coordinate staff
training, produce reports, and assist withregular
assessment of library services by collecting and reporting relevant statistics
to the University Librarian

• Support the University Librarian and the Head, E-Resources & E-Learning
Support in related duties that contribute tothe successful
operation of Library Services

  
QUALIFICATIONS:

• Master's degree in an ALA-accredited library and information science
program; additionally, computer science or webapplication
development coursework/experience is desirable; an additional Master's degree
is preferred

• Minimum three (3) years' experience in a university supporting mission
critical Library applications and serversystems, preferably
as a systems librarian, an institutional repository administrator, or a
digital asset manager

• Experience managing an Integrated Library System as well as other library
systems, such as SFX link resolver andEZProxy, and
technical proficiency with Horizon, with a broad knowledge of the range of
solutions currently available for Library catalogues, databases, repositories
and patron services, including search and discovery tools and
otherapplications that enable integrated access to analog
and digital collections

• Proven ability to support and lead a wide variety of computer-based
initiatives in the Library and to communicate andwork
effectively with campus IT Services

• Knowledge of authentication and permissions management using LDAP/Active
Directory, TCP/IP networks andhardware, XML, HTML,
Javascript and CSS, PHP and/or ASP/ASP.NET and web service API's

• Understanding of object-oriented design, programming and database structures
and query construction

• Knowledge of harvesting protocols and metadata standards for institutional
repositories and scholarly publishers

• Knowledge of copyright issues as related to scholarly communication and
electronic publishing

• Proven ability to identify and manage change to improve service and
efficiencies

• Demonstrated ability to work independently, with minimal supervision, in
varied work environments with a diversegroup of team
members and subject matter experts

• Supervisory experience with a demonstrated ability to manage both unionized
and non-unionized staff, including staffdevelopment and
training

• Excellent interpersonal, oral and written communication skills

• Excellent organizational, project planning, time management skills, as well
as demonstrated accuracy and attention todetail

• Demonstrated success managing multiple concurrent projects and excellent
troubleshooting and problem solvingskills

• Experience providing system administration and maintenance for Windows, Mac,
Linux and Apache server and/orclient operating systems

• Evidence of scholarly research and/or active participation and contribution
to the library profession

• Demonstrated commitment to the principles of equity and diversity, and
proven ability to deal effectively with a diversepopulation

• Must be willing and able to work evening and weekend shifts as required



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