Provide support for digital scholarship, digital publishing, scholarly communications, and digital repository solutions that support faculty and student research; create content, and maintain services, programs, assessment, and online solutions critical to research support in the University Libraries.
Bachelor’s or Master’s degree in information science/management, MIS, MLIS or related field.
More than one year of experience with digital scholarship/humanities project management and utilization of digital tools in a research environment. Knowledge of research methods and technical applications in a digital publishing or repository environment. Strong technical, problem-solving and communication skills required. Working knowledge of Microsoft Office applications, demonstrated ability to collaborate well with colleagues.
Effective oral and written communication skills; ability to work some evenings and/or weekends.
2nd Master’s degree or Ph.D. in related field.
Experience with text mining, data visualization applications, augmented reality, and/or data management; experience with research analysis technologies to support digital scholarship, learning, and scholarly publishing; experience with grant writing.