As Candy Schwartz pointed out on Twitter: PhD required, but no project 
management experience.  Odd requirements for a project manager at a 
library, albeit an unusual library.


On 6 March 2013, [log in to unmask] wrote:

> The Project Manager will:
>  * manage a portfolio of select research projects related to the Hubs project (including conducting research and analysis);
>  * manage the addition of several content Hubs to DPLA, including project management of the process from agreement signing through ingestion of data and data evaluation;
>  * write blogs posts, presentations, reports, white papers and other publications for promotion or dissemination of research or activities;
>  * plan and organize internal and external meetings and workshops;
>  * broaden the scope of participants through networking, focused outreach and or participation in conferences;
>  * as part of a team, write grants to support content infrastructure development; and
>  * act as an active participate in the overall development of the organization.
> **Qualifications**
>  * Ph.D. in the humanities or humanistic social sciences
>  * Strong desire to research the impact of transformative technologies
>  * Excellent writing skills and research, data analysis and analytical ability
>  * Excellent organizational skills and attention to detail
>  * Flexibility, initiative and strong problem-solving abilities
>  * Excellent interpersonal and cross-cultural skills
>  * Ability to work collaboratively and without supervision
>  * Willingness to move to DPLA permanent headquarters (TBA by April 2013)
>  * Knowledge of one or more of the following fields is desirable:
>  * Digital Humanities
>  * Digital Scholarship
>  * Data Management/Curation
>  * Data Modeling
>  * Libraries and Scholarly Communication

William Denton
Toronto, Canada