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Job Posting: Repository Librarian at OHSU in Portland, OR

From:

Kyle Banerjee <[log in to unmask]>

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Code for Libraries <[log in to unmask]>

Date:

Thu, 1 Feb 2018 13:40:01 -0800

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Oregon Health & Science University (OHSU) Library seeks a creative and
service-oriented Repository Librarian. The successful candidate will
develop innovative, customized library services in a dynamic environment.

Working directly with OHSU faculty, staff, and students, the Repository
Librarian develops and delivers services in support of the library’s
digital repositories. As the leader of a growing program with high user
demand, the Repository Librarian works collaboratively and proactively with
the OHSU community, prioritizing needs and demonstrating results. The
Repository Librarian fosters a culture of diversity and inclusion,
knowledge sharing, and user orientation. As a member of the Library
Faculty, the Repository Librarian conducts teaching, scholarship, and
service that contribute to the effectiveness of the Library, the
University, and the profession. The position participates in planning,
policy formation, and decision-making relating to library services,
collections, and technologies.

*The position will:*

   - Develop and deliver a robust suite of digital repository services for
   OHSU. Collaborate with a lively, cross-functional team to research, test,
   implement, and manage services and technology
   - Create and teach classes, workshops, and instruction sessions for the
   OHSU community on topics such as repository procedures, best practices,
   research strategies, visual and information literacy, ethics and
   compliance; provide ongoing, customized consultation, training, and support
   to users
   - Develop an engaged, collaborative community around institutional
   digital assets; work with the OHSU community to develop shared digital
   collections
   - Lead ongoing, regular assessment of repository services and
   technologies; work with library and external staff to identify and
   prioritize support needs and systems improvements
   - Contribute to regional, national, and international discourse on
   digital assets management and institutional repositories; maintain and
   promote awareness of standards, trends, and best practices
   - Manage institutional guidelines for describing, managing, and
   delivering digital assets; support compliance with HIPAA, FERPA, and local
   information policies


*Position Conditions/Qualifications:*

   - Accredited graduate degree in appropriate discipline (library and
   information science, education, computer science, or related area)
   - Minimum of two years of direct experience with digital repositories,
   preferably in an academic or health sciences setting; extensive knowledge
   of digital repository technologies, standards, and best practices
   - Experience working with end users in a library environment
   - Knowledge of teaching and learning methods for adult learners
   - Demonstrated success in leading projects for cross-functional teams;
   ability to collaborate with colleagues in libraries, IT, health sciences
   research and education, and creative fields
   - Very strong user orientation; knowledge of user experience principles
   and best practices
   - Outstanding analytical, writing, interpersonal, and organizational
   skills; ability to represent the library effectively and positively to
   diverse audiences
   - Demonstrated experience with relevant technical and descriptive
   standards; ability to use judgment in interpreting and applying standards
   - Knowledge of HIPAA and FERPA as they apply to electronic records and
   digital assets; ability to judiciously and diplomatically interpret
   policies and guidelines in a service setting
   - Demonstrated ability to contribute service and scholarship to the
   profession

*Preferred Qualifications:*

   - Experience with Samvera and/or MerlinOne software
   - Experience collaborating with academic faculty, staff, and students
   - Formal experience or training in project management
   - Experience applying HIPAA and/or FERPA principles to digital
   repositories

*To Apply:*

Please visit ohsujobs.com and search for IRC65803. Applications should
include a CV, cover letter, and contact information for three references.
Screening of applications will commence immediately and continue until
filled.

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