Electronic Resources Unit Supervisor (Oregon State University Libraries)

Electronic Resources Unit Supervisor, Oregon State University Libraries

Oregon State University (OSU) Libraries seeks candidates for the Electronic Resources Unit Supervisor within the Collections & Resource Sharing Department (CRSD). This is a key management position at OSU Libraries in an innovative and team-oriented environment. The supervisor uses his/her knowledge of current and emerging trends to oversee the evaluation, management, and promotion of a wide range of electronic resources including databases, electronic journals and books, and reference sources. In close collaboration with personnel from other appropriate library units, the incumbent coordinates support for the acquisition, processing and maintenance of electronic resources throughout their life cycle; oversees the maintenance of the Libraries’ electronic resource management (ERM) system; coordinates the Libraries’ approval plan, PDA, EDI, and other outsourced services; and implements new tools, features, and programs that enhance and/or improve electronic resource access and usability. The incumbent will manage the daily operations related to licensing, negotiating, and tracking access to electronic resources and supervises 3 FT classified staff engaged in these activities.

See full announcement for minimum qualifications and application requirements at http://oregonstate.edu/jobs. Posting #0008294. Closing date: 12/9/2011. OSU is an AA/EOE and has a policy of being responsive to dual-career needs.


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