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Multiple Positions, Columbia University, New York, NY

Scholarly Communication Technologies Librarian

The Columbia University Libraries seek an innovative, collaborative, and engaged Scholarly Communication Technologies Librarian to provide technical leadership and vision for re-imagining Columbia's institutional repository as a hub for scholarly communication and open knowledge creation across campus. The librarian will have deep knowledge of cutting-edge scholarly technologies and workflows that will help evolve the operations, integrations, and services of the institutional repository. They will collaborate with campus and community partners to gather requirements for and implement innovative integrations with broader library, campus, and general scholarly communication infrastructure, with the goal of supporting frictionless scholarly workflows for new and evolving forms of scholarship across and beyond the University. This new librarian position reports to the Assistant Director for Scholarly Communication and Projects, and is part of a values-driven team that encompasses scholarly communication, digital humanities, and computing fundamentals.

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Research and Learning Technologies Librarian

The Research and Learning Technologies Librarian engages and collaborates with a diverse body of faculty, students, and subject liaisons across the disciplines in Columbia University. The Librarian will facilitate planning, implementation, education, and outreach for tools and technologies to facilitate digital research and scholarly expression. As part of the Digital Scholarship team, the librarian is responsible for consultations, instructional services, and managing a team of student employees that provides front-line support for digital tools and technologies. The Librarian will support digital scholarship initiatives and be responsible for assessing and advocating for new research and learning technologies that will meet the evolving needs of faculty, students, and staff. The Librarian will also participate in service programs across the Libraries including research information management, new forms of scholarly communication, and other committees.

This position facilitates planning, implementation, and outreach of faculty and student-facing services for new physical and digital tools and technologies in support of research, scholarship, and in-class learning.

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