Head of Electronic Resources, Harvard Library, Cambridge, MA

Are you someone colleagues look to for answers?  Do you have extensive background working with electronic resources from selection to negotiation to seamless access for users? Would you be successful working with teams that include bibliographers, negotiators, acquirers, catalogers, and information providers, sometimes in the role of leader, other times, as an influencer, advocate, or active contributor? Are you excited about the possibilities that open access will offer to extend access to scholarly content to the world of life-long learners? Are you prepared to lead the staff at the heart of Harvard Library’s Electronic Resources?

I want to make you aware of an exciting leadership opportunity at Harvard Library. The Library seeks a dynamic and collaborative Head of Electronic Resources with a solid record of leadership, vision, and accomplishments in electronic resource management. While managing a strong and talented, eight-person Electronic Resources unit, this leader will work across domains to leverage the synergies between collection development, scholarly communication, and electronic resources as s/he recommends the strategic direction for electronic resources management, applying knowledge of current issues and trends in e-resource licensing, copyright, collections and content, acquisitions, and the publishing industry.

Please take a moment to look at the position description and process for submitting an application.

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