The University Library is a dynamic and innovative environment, with a focus
on the delivery of quality online services to the University of New England's
extensive off-campus and on-campus communities. . The
University is recognized for the excellence of its research specializations
and the Library provides services and access to scholarly information
resources to support these research programs.

The Digital Infrastructure and Information Technologies Manager provides
leadership in the assessment, development and delivery of the information
technologies required to support Library service goals and University
strategic directions in learning, teaching and research.
Such technologies include the library management system or services platform,
digital repositories, web technologies, and discovery interfaces and systems
that provide access to scholarly information resources in a University IT

This is an exciting opportunity to lead this key area and join our vibrant and
forward facing Library team. You will have extensive
relevant management expertise and experience, with special regard to project
and program management and a strong commitment to the provision of sustainable
quality information resources and services in a university
context. You will have a demonstrated ability to lead and
manage change, including the implementations of new information
technologies. Previous experience working in an academic or
research library would be advantageous.

Applicants must have postgraduate qualifications or progress towards
postgraduate qualifications, in library or information science, information
technology or a related area.

Armidale, a vibrant university city recognised as a centre of culture, is well
served with art, music, theatre, sport and public and private education. While
UNE has a long history and strong tradition of academic distinction, our
outlook is dynamic and fresh (visit: and/or


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