Web Development Librarian - Assistant Librarian
Louisiana State University
Baton Rouge

Reporting to the Director of Library Communications and Publications (LCP),
the incumbent will take a leadership role in the planning, design, and
management of an evolving library web presence in order to meet the needs of
the LSU students, faculty, and staff. The Web Development
Librarian chairs the Web Advisory Committee (WAC). In
collaboration with the committee and the Director of LCP, the incumbent is
responsible for establishing and implementing goals, policies, and procedures
for the Libraries' websites, with a focus on improving the user experience.

The incumbent maintains expertise in current web technologies and design;
designs, implements, and documents appropriate assessments of web services;
creates appropriate training materials for library faculty and staff
responsible for content creation and maintenance of web pages; and assists the
Director of LCP with overall library communications as appropriate. This
position supervises one or more Computer Analysts and may also supervise
student employees.

Required Qualifications: Master's degree from an ALA-
accredited library program; demonstrated website design and implementation
ability; experience with HTML, CSS, PHP, and MySQL; demonstrated ability in
database design and development; demonstrated ability to think critically and
analytically, to study problems and develop well-reasoned and supported
solutions; demonstrated ability to work well with others and lead projects to
completion; excellent writing and communication skills; evidence of potential
to meet the promotion and tenure requirements for scholarship/research and
professional service.

Additional Qualifications: Professional library experience;
experience with XML, JavaScript and jQuery, mobile design;
graphic design experience; experience with WordPress, Moodle, and APIs;
previous supervisory experience.

An offer of employment is contingent on a satisfactory pre-employment
background check. Application deadline is October 22, 2013, or until a
candidate is selected. Apply online and view a more detailed ad at Position #000503


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