The following senior leadership position is currently available in  
the Indiana University Bloomington Libraries. For more information,  
please see the detailed posting on our website at: http://


Jon Dunn
Associate Director for Technology
Indiana University Digital Library Program
IU Libraries / University Information Technology Services
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Assistant/Associate Dean for Library Technologies
Indiana University Bloomington Libraries

Indiana University Bloomington Libraries are seeking an experienced,  
visionary, and creative leader for the position of Assistant/ 
Associate Dean for Library Technologies.  Reporting to the Dean, the  
Assistant/Associate Dean provides administrative and programmatic  
leadership in shaping and guiding the future of information  
technology and digital initiatives as well as leading the development  
of strategies that anticipate emerging technologies and identify new  
services. This position works closely with colleagues to develop and  
support an overall vision for information technology at a time when  
computing, digital, and networked resources are transforming the  
delivery of library resources and services.  The Assistant/Associate  
Dean provides innovative and strong IT leadership within the  
libraries and the broader university computing environment. The  
Assistant/Associate Dean leads the operations of four departments/ 
units: Digital Library Program, Library Information Technology,  
Library Information Systems, and Web Development.

For more information regarding responsibilities, the university  
environment, qualifications, salary, rank, and contact information,  
and classification information regarding this position, visit our  
website at:

Position is to be filled by May 1, 2008.  Review of applications will  
begin on January 31, 2008.  The position will remain open until filled.

Indiana University is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action  
Employer. Indiana University has a strong commitment to principles of  
diversity and in that spirit seeks a broad spectrum of candidates  
including women, minorities, and persons with disabilities.