The Product Owner is responsible for translating market needs as defined by Innovative’s product management team into actionable artifacts to be used by the engineering team to develop Innovative’s software products that meet the defined customer need. Essential functions include leading the development of JIRA Story tasks and Confluence artifacts for the team, providing feedback that improves the quality of requirements artifacts, identifying design problems and developing and presenting solutions to resolve these problems.
If interested, please visit the Corporate Career Center, https://www.iii.com/about/careers/ and select the “Product Owner role and apply directly.
The Carnegie Mellon University (CMU) Libraries are currently inviting applications for an Electronic Resources Librarian position. For this faculty position, the Libraries are seeking an innovative candidate to provide expertise and leadership in procuring and managing electronic information resources (e-resources) including serials and streaming resources; licensing of electronic resources in all formats; and system administration for electronic resource platforms (including link resolvers, electronic resource management systems, and databases). You will be engaged in collecting and analyzing usage statistics and assisting with report preparation, reviewing workflows for efficiency and effectiveness, and will develop and maintain excellent relationships and communications with vendors and relevant library personnel. You will also be expected to attend and present at conferences and provide internal training within the Library. The ability to identify and resolve electronic resources access issues in a timely manner is essential to this position.
Please use the following URL to learn more about this position and to submit an application: https://apply.interfolio.com/65305
Lansing Community College Library is seeking to hire a full time Admin – Manager of Technical Services and Systems to join our team. Individuals who are collaborative, student centered and possess excellent customer service skills are encouraged to apply.
The Manager of Technical Services and Systems provides overall management, supervision, and coordination of several technical services functions of the library including acquisitions, cataloging, physical processing, journals/serials management, resource sharing, and interlibrary loan services. This position collaborates with the Electronic Resources Management Librarian on database and electronic resource maintenance. Further, the Manager of Technical Services and Systems provides overall coordination and leadership in collection development and management activities, including planning and evaluation of library materials in all formats. The position oversees the daily functions of the Technical Services and Systems Unit and assumes a vital role in the development and implementation of strategic initiatives, goal setting, coordination and leading of cross-functional project teams, optimizing and streamlining workflows to enhance the services and operations of the Library.
To apply and for more information, please visit https://lcc.csod.com/ux/ats/careersite/3/home/requisition/782?c=lcc.
The Arthur Lakes Library of the Colorado School of Mines invites applications for the position of Scholarly Communications Librarian. We are seeking creative, collaborative, passionate, and innovative candidates to provide leadership in advancing scholarly communications programs that align with Library and Campus priorities and policies. This person will lead the implementation and ongoing progression of the Arthur Lakes Library to be the campus nexus for scholarly communications. Working in a highly collaborative, small team environment, the candidate’s leadership responsibilities will intersect with many of the Library’s key strategic initiatives.
The Scholarly Communications Librarian position develops partnerships with faculty, students, and researchers at Mines and other institutions on using, creating, disseminating, and preserving scholarly information throughout the research and knowledge creation lifecycle. The Scholarly Communications Librarian has leadership, management, policy, planning, education, and advocacy responsibilities for all aspects of scholarly communications. Through proactive outreach, instruction, and consultation, the Scholarly Communications Librarian establishes campus trust in the Library’s expertise, and builds collaborative partnerships to enhance Mines’ research impact, promote open scholarship, and disseminate research outputs.
For more information, visit http://jobs.mines.edu/cw/en-us/job/493782/scholarly-communications-librarian.
We are looking for a new colleague to provide leadership for acquisitions, rapid cataloging, and ongoing management of electronic and continuing resources. The Acquisitions & E-Resources Librarian will work collaboratively to make research resources rapidly accessible to library users in an environment where licensing, acquisitions, and cataloging are highly merged; administer the library materials budget and related purchase records in a library management system; supervise ordering processes, and oversee budget expenditures.
If you are interested in joining a vibrant and collaborative library community in the City of Chicago, I hope you will visit DePaul HR to learn more about the position and to submit an application.
This position is available immediately and will remain open until filled. To ensure best consideration, please submit your application by August 12, 2019.
For more information about the DePaul University Library, visit https://library.depaul.edu/Pages/default.aspx
Northern Arizona University is looking for a skilled, service-oriented, and forward-thinking Electronic Resources Librarian conversant with current issues and trends in scholarly publishing to shape the future of our electronic resources and serials operations. If you are self-motivated, want to drive positive change, and enjoy a collegial work environment, please consider working with us.
Reporting to the Head, Content, Discovery, and Delivery Services, the Electronic Resources Librarian will lead the library’s electronic resources and serials team; acquire, license, manage, and support Cline Library’s collection of electronic resources; oversee management of a small collection of print serials; assess the value and impact of electronic collections; and work collaboratively with library staff, vendors, and campus IT staff to ensure convenient, seamless, and uninterrupted access to electronic resources. The Electronic Resources Librarian will also represent NAU in consortial projects with other Arizona universities. If you are the successful candidate, you will join a recently-reorganized department that includes (in addition to electronic resources) acquisitions, cataloging and metadata, document delivery services, course reserves, library technology, and physical processing. Recent strategic planning with the university community has identified important new library goals that include an emphasis on affordable and accessible course content, the implementation of Ex Libris Leganto, an evaluation of collections management and budgeting, campus and online student success, and new programs that support and advance the university’s research excellence.
For more details and application instructions visit https://nau.edu/library/jobs-and-internships/
LAC Group is seeking a Computer Systems/E-resources Librarian to work on a long-term position with a prestigious federal agency located in Washington, DC. This library serves the agency’s staff and the public. This is a long term, full-time (40 hours a week; Monday – Friday) benefited contract position.
SUMMARY OF RESPONSIBILITIES:
- Support the library catalog and liaise with government IT staff to support technical aspects of the library’s intranet and external websites
- Provide instruction and answer ready reference questions in addition to assisting with reference requests
- Manage the current ILS; ensure that the server and client applications function together; manage system upgrades and migrations to other systems; keep abreast of ILS market developments
- Maintain all e-resources, including commercial databases, serials, and e-books; troubleshoot technical problems in collaboration with government IT staff and external vendors
- Create and modify custom and standard reports from the ILS
- Ensure that the OPAC is functioning properly on the internal and external library websites in collaboration with government IT staff
- Responsible for establishing maximally efficient workflows for cataloging, circulation, serials control, acquisition, and hardware in cooperation with government library staff
- Maintain metrics on usage of e-resources on a monthly basis and flag resources that are under-utilized
- Document all processes and procedures for the ILS and e-resources management in a government repository
- Stay abreast of the information needs and trends within the agency
- Stay abreast of trends in library and information science
QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE:
- MLS from an ALA-accredited library/information science program;
- 3+ years of professional experience working with integrated library systems, including managing upgrades, migrations, and cloud-based systems;
- 3+ years of professional experience managing and troubleshooting e-resources, including commercial databases, e-books, and serials;
- Must have experience with Sirsi/Dynix ILS
- Professional experience with discovery systems and OCLC.
To apply, please visit: https://lac.gp/32tjtif