Librarian: Digital Scholarship & Publishing, University of South Florida, Tampa, FL

Building on the current University of South Florida Library program in open-access publishing, digital scholarship, and data management, this position will coordinate scholarly communications activities across the campus and help guide the campus toward innovative and sustainable methods of dissemination and preservation of scholarly output. The successful candidate will oversee and expand Scholar Commons, the institutional repository; collaborate in managing the open-access publishing program; and have supporting roles in promoting both the open-access textbook initiative and data management services. This is a key leadership role that will advocate broadly for open access initiatives and the library’s central role in expanding the impact of the research and creative activities of our students and faculty.

This is a full-time, 12-month, non-tenure earning faculty position reporting to the Director for Academic Resources. ALA-accredited degree required; salary and rank commensurate with experience, minimum $45,000. Candidate should submit a letter of application addressing qualifications, a resume, and the names, addresses, phone numbers, and email addresses of three professional references by April 1, 2015. Application review begins immediately. To view the full job announcement, and to submit an application and associated materials, please go to CAREERS@USF,

https://employment.usf.edu/applicants/jsp/shared/Welcome_css.jsp.

Questions can be sent to Nancy Jacobs-Dilley, HR Coordinator at hr@lib.usf.edu or call (813) 974-2721.

 

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