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Assistant or Associate Professor Web Librarian 
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resume-library  |  United States  |  

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Education/Other
Work Type:
Permanent
Work Time:
Full Time
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Description 

Assistant or Associate Professor Web Librarian

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* Articulate policies and procedures, maintain, and develop the Library's web presence. * Develop the library?s mobile web presence. * Maintain and develop the library?s intranet. * Work with stakeholders (faculty, admin, staff, students) to design/redesign/assess library?s web presence. * Conduct/coordinate usability studies of website. * Maintain awareness of emerging trends in web design. * Chair Web Working Group and work with content managers to maintain web content. * Work with Communication Committee to coordinate social media presence. * Represent the library and work with campus IT counterparts. * Serve as an expert in web technologies for library staff/faculty. * Participate in a robust library instruction program. * Meet library faculty guidelines for promotion and tenure, including requirements for scholarship and service to the library, the university, and the profession. * Ability and willingness to teach online courses.



Minimum Qualifications:



* An ALA-accredited degree or equivalent. * Demonstrated knowledge of HTML, HTML 5, CSS, JavaScript and functional knowledge of at least one other programming language (PHP preferred). * Demonstrated knowledge of content management systems (Drupal preferred). * Experience with training related to web technologies, software, tools, and solutions. * Experience with or knowledge of web accessibility guidelines and implementation. * Demonstrated commitment to diversity, equity, and inclusion. * Excellent communication, presentation, and interpersonal skills.



Position Number:







Posting Date:



01/15/2020



Closing Date:



American Recovery & Reinvestment Act Funded: