The Licensing and Electronic Resources Librarian serves as the Hesburgh Libraries primary contact with the University’s General Counsel. Regarding resource licensing and interpretation; advising the Unit Head and other colleagues by reviewing and recommending approval or changes in terms that align with evolving service needs and campus requirements.
Entidad : University of Notre Dame
Lugar : Indiana, EE.UU
Plazas : 1
- MLS degree from ALA-accredited program or non-U.S. equivalent.
- 1-3 years negotiating library resource license agreements and document management.
- Experience supporting the electronic resources lifecycle.
- Strong understanding of or experience coordinating the full electronic resource life-cycle.
- Ability to take a leadership role in group activities. Knowledge of systems that support electronic resource management, access and discovery.
- Proven success in communicating with stakeholders and team members, patrons and content providers.
- Commitment to the divisional values.
- Excellent oral, written, and interpersonal communication skills.
- Ability to balance multiple projects and set priorities in a time-sensitive environment.
- Review and negotiate license agreements with publishers/vendors; and in consultation with University Counsel, library stakeholders, and ILLAS.
- Ensure proper maintenance of license records.
- Provide support for inquiries related to interpretation of terms; regarding use and access of electronic resources.
- Provide training and support in the management for all areas of the electronic resources lifecycle.
- Oversee electronic resources support service; refer issues as appropriate to ensure account, content and systems service stability.
- Establish proactive processes to identify electronic access issues before they become obstacles for users.
- Work collaboratively with stakeholders to effectively integrate electronic resource tools, services, and metadata into the larger discovery ecosystem.
- Contribute to the development and implementation of local workflows to support the management of electronic resources. Write documentation that reflect the Libraries’ best practices for support, licensing, and functional areas.
- Monitor trends and best practices in library electronic resource use, access, discoverability, data harvesting, and preservation.
- Ensure the accuracy of the discovery service, knowledge base, and link resolver holdings.
- As a Library Faculty librarian in RAD, serves as a leader in support of unit to library-wide goals.
Jornada : Completa
Contrato : Indefinido
Candidaturas fecha límite :Nov 12, 2018 at 11:59 PM Eastern Time
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