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Multiple Positions, UNC-Chapel Hill Libraries, Chapel Hill, NC

Working closely with the curatorial team of the Southern Historical Collection (SHC), the Community Archivist will serve as project manager and coordinator for a Mellon Foundation grant entitled "Building a Model for All Users: Transforming Archive Collections through Community-Driven Archives." Among the goals of the grant is to document and preserve the histories of marginalized communities previously omitted from traditional archives. The Community Archivist will service the Collection's existing community archives projects, including The Appalachian Student Health Coalition, The Eastern Kentucky African American Migration Project, The Historic Black Towns and Settlements Alliance, and the San Antonio African American Community Archive and Museum. The Community Archivist will collaborate with the Community Driven Archives Team to facilitate positive relationships with peer practitioners and community liaisons, manage a core project team, document the community-driven methodology, and develop tools and programs for community-driven archives. 

 

The Data Analysis Librarian will provide research support and introduce cutting-edge data analysis tools and methodologies to users of the Davis Library Research Hub, where technology experts work as a team to support scholars with research and teaching. Research Hub staff members provide an inclusive, respectful, and responsive service point, work collaboratively to meet exciting research challenges, support learning communities, and introduce and facilitate the use of innovative technologies through consultation and instruction. We are seeking a creative and analytical individual who enjoys variety in their work, thrives on working with others to solve challenging data-related problems, and is committed to lifelong teaching and learning of technical skills. The Data Analysis Librarian will use advanced skills with data cleaning/wrangling/normalization, regular expressions, web scraping, and APIs to support and collaborate with researchers on data-related research. Additionally, this librarian will develop services in response to the needs of diverse populations served, current trends, campus needs, and Library priorities.  

 

This Librarian will be the primary provider of library support for the UNC Eshelman School of Pharmacy.  The Health Sciences Library has partnered with the School of Pharmacy around a variety of instructional and research-based projects, including course-integrated instruction for the PharmD program, an on-site and virtual Evidence-Based Practice course, participation in research metrics and visualization projects.  Potential growth areas for the library's partnership with the School of Pharmacy include informatics, data analytics, and interprofessional education and practice (IPEP). The Librarian works in client settings and in the library, and is part of a team of librarians, support staff, and library partners working to achieve the library's mission to manage information and knowledge to advance health and health care.

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