Provide leadership in coordinating and managing electronic resources, including e-journals, databases, streaming video, and e-books. Support access to online resources for the students, staff, and faculty at the three campuses of UW Oshkosh. Work collaboratively with technical services staff to support the mission and vision of the library and the university.
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Head of Technical Services
Duties and Responsibilities
Online Resources 50%
- Provide creative and improved access to online information for the University community and troubleshoot problems
- Manage the evaluation, purchase, licensing, and assessment of electronic resources
- Manage the workflow of ordering, maintaining access and renewing electronic resources
- Creates and maintains metadata following national and local standards
- Ensures and improves access to electronic resources, solicits and incorporates feedback from stakeholders
- Maintain the libraries discovery and access to streaming video collections
- Report statistics and analyze data on electronic resources
- Recommend new resources, changes to existing resources, and share emerging trends in online resources with library staff
Core Systems 25%
- Participate in the collaborative maintenance of shared systems and environments with local and UW System personnel
- Assist others with the support and maintenance of the integrated library system
- Provide support for the institutional repository in coordination with relevant staff
- Maintains records for streaming video content, adding and removing records as needed
Technical Services 15%
- Participate with other technical services staff to plan, coordinate, and implement activities and projects in the department
- Participate with others in collection development activities
- Provide support for acquisitions and cataloging as needed
- Participate in library, university and UW System committees and engage in professional growth and service
- Maintain awareness of trends in online resources
- Manage special projects and other duties as assigned
Applicants must submit the following documents using the online application: Cover letter addressing all required & preferred qualifications, resume, and three professional references with contact information.
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