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Job: Digital Projects Librarian at Stony Brook University

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Digital Projects Librarian
Stony Brook University
Stony Brook

Stony Brook Libraries are known for a wide-range of print and digital
resources and world-renowned special collections. The Stony Brook Libraries
belong to the Association of Research Libraries (ARL), with a Health Sciences
Center Library that is a member of the Association of Academic Health Sciences
Libraries. The Libraries are engaged in an ambitious and dynamic strategic
planning (2015-2018). The collection exceeds 2 million volumes, including
e-books, print and electronic holdings of scholarly journal subscriptions,
microforms, music recordings, and a sizable map collection. The SBU Libraries
include 6 distinct facilities, including Melville Library, Marine and
Atmospheric Sciences, Chemistry, Math/Physics, Southampton and Health Sciences
Libraries, and SUNY Korea-SBU campus. The University's Libraries stand as the
largest academic research library on Long Island, serving as a resource in the
local community, state-wide, and nationally and
internationally. The Libraries maintain memberships and
affiliations in arXiv, Association of Research Libraries,
SPARC, Center for Research Libraries,
SUNY Connect, DuraSpace (as a SUNY member) the Council on Library and
Information Resources, Digital Library Federation,
Coalition of Networked Information, EDUCAUSE, Inter-university Consortium for
Political and Social Research, Roper Center, OCLC Research
Library Partnership, and ORCID through the National Network of the National
Libraries of Medicine. The Libraries utilize Ex Libris' Aleph for its
integrated library system and have recently deployed
EBSCO's Discovery Service, DSpace, Content DM, and Omeka, are used for
managing digital assets and a growing Institutional Repository.

  
Descriptive Title: Digital Projects Librarian REF#: F-9540-15-09

Budget Title: Senior Assistant/Associate Librarian Faculty Position

Department: Library Campus: Stony Brook West Campus/HSC

Salary: Commensurate with experience

  
Required Qualifications: MLS/MLIS or equivalent, from an ALA accredited
program. Knowledge of emerging technology trends related to digital
collections. Experience with digital project management. Evidence of ability
to do research, publication and service consonant with University standards
for promotion and tenure. Commitment to creating and maintaining high quality
digital collections and exhibits that can be used for teaching, research and
outreach. Evidence of flexibility, innovative thinking, and a vision for the
future of academic libraries. Strong interpersonal, organizational and
communication skills. Ability to communicate with technical and non-technical
individuals.

  
Preferred Qualifications: Advanced degree. Working knowledge of the variety of
metadata standards used in digital collections like EAD, MODS, METS, VRA Core
and Dublin Core. Familiarity with repository forms such as Omeka, DSpace and
CONTENTdm. Familiarity with web programming and design. Experience handling
archives and special collections records. Training and supervisory experience.
Grant writing experience. Understanding of copyright laws and rights
management issues in a digital environment.

  
Responsibilities & Requirements: Under the leadership of the Associate
Director for Library Technology, the Digital Projects Librarian will be
responsible for the planning and management of digital projects throughout the
University Libraries environment. As a member of the Library Information
Technology team, the Digital Projects Librarian will work across Library
departments and with University-wide clients to assess complex digital project
requirements and provide quality technical solutions. S/he will work with
librarians and faculty members to digitize collections that will be of benefit
to their courses and assignments, and faculty and/or student research
projects. The selected candidate will be responsible for the following:

  * Leads the development and management of digital projects. Provides technical expertise and project management support in the creation and maintenance of digital collections on various platforms, including the Libraries' institutional repository.
  * Coordinates and manages the daily operations of the Digital Lab, including digitization and quality control activities.
  * Designs, documents and oversees efficient digital production workflows supporting the creation of digital objects that conform to digital library standards.
  * Ensures compliance with standards and best practices for digital collections.
  * Works with University faculty to incorporate digitization initiatives into their research, teaching and outreach activities.
  * Investigates and recommends digitization hardware and software.
  * Assists with metadata creation, content migration, digital project consulting, and outreach. Collaborates with other librarians, including metadata librarians, to create new digital collections, enhance existing ones, and integrate digital resources into websites and learning management systems.
  * Communicates with vendors on issues related to hardware, software and digitization of multimedia content.
  * Trains and supervises staff and student employees on digitization tasks.
  * Represents the Libraries to appropriate campus units and University offices and participates in professional activities and committee assignments.
  * Maintains a current knowledge of the literature, information technology, and overall technology trends in academic libraries and higher education via professional literature, continuing education, professional development and communication with other libraries.
  * Keeps abreast of trends in the creation, maintenance and migration of digital collections, and make recommendations to improve procedures and access.
  * Researches and develops grant proposals relating to digitization.
  * Collaborates with library staff to create digital exhibits.
Special Notes: This is a tenure track position. FLSA Exempt position, not
eligible for the overtime provisions of the FLSA. Internal and external search
to occur simultaneously. Anticipated Start Date: As soon as possible.
**Applications will be accepted until the position is filled. However, to
guarantee consideration, please apply by 02/13/2016.

  
The selected candidate must successfully clear a background investigation.

  
Application Procedure: Those interested in this position should submit a State
employment application, cover letter and resume/CV to:

  
Pamela DiPasquale

University Libraries Personnel Office

Melville Library, Room S1430B

Stony Brook University

Stony Brook, NY 11790-3300



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