[Videolib] Fwd: Media and Web Services Librarian

Gary Handman (ghandman@library.berkeley.edu)
Mon, 23 Jan 2006 09:00:33 -0800

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>From: Monica Berger <MBerger@CITYTECH.CUNY.EDU>
>Subject: Media and Web Services Librarian
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>The City University of New York (CUNY)
>Position: Media and Web Services Librarian
>Rank: Assistant Professor
>Responsibilities: The successful candidate will work with a team of
>library faculty to plan, deliver, and evaluate the expansion of
>media and web technology applications across the spectrum of library
>services. This person will oversee the multimedia resources center,
>supervise support staff, work to extend the library's web presence,
>serve as a liaison to assigned programs, offer instruction, and
>engage in other library and faculty activities.
>Qualifications: The position requires an ALA-accredited MLS degree
>and technological expertise with media and web server technologies,
>professional experience with media resources, knowledge of recent
>media and library technology innovations, and supervisory
>experience. A second masters degree is required. Preference will be
>given to candidates with a degree in educational technology,
>computer systems, media, or a related field.
>The successful candidate will have the ability to communicate orally
>and in writing as well as to collaborate with people of varying
>technical expertise. A commitment to information literacy is
>necessary. Experience in developing information literacy-related
>content is helpful.
>She or he will understand multimedia, graphics and web authoring
>techniques and software applications including Adobe and Macromedia.
>Also required: an understanding of server technologies, information
>architecture, and principles of usability. Knowledge of CSS and
>JavaScript as well as the ability to learn new web scripting
>languages and techniques is preferred, as is knowledge of metadata.
>This position represents an opportunity for a qualified librarian to
>become quickly involved in many operational aspects of an academic
>library and to help lead us forward. Additional information about
>our library may be found at: http://library.citytech.cuny.edu
>SALARY: This is a tenure track appointment at the level of Assistant
>Please email a cover letter and a resume to humanresources@citytech.cuny.edu.
>Prof. Monica Berger
>Technical Services/Electronic Resources Librarian
>Ursula C. Schwerin Library
>New York City College of Technology, CUNY
>300 Jay St.
>Brooklyn, NY 11201-1909
>718 260-5488

Gary Handman
Media Resources Center
Moffitt Library
UC Berkeley


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