University Libraries Technology Specialist (institutional repository)

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"This position ensures the ongoing development of institutional repository and other publishing services at FSU Libraries, in service to departments across the university.

Develops applications to automate harvesting of FSU scholarship from internal and external systems. Collaborates with web developers in developing new features to enhance repository and publishing system functionality. Administrator level activities conducting complex technical workflow using design and programming scripts to manage a large volume of files and data to be compatible with repository and publishing systems and discoverable to users.

Consults with academic departments and other repository users to troubleshoot problems and issues with repository software and related features. Provides technical advice to programming/systems staff regarding complex repository systems issues or enhancements to the current repository or publishing systems.

Develops, coordinates, and evaluates technical workflows for repository and publishing service submission review and processing.

Manages content recruitment partnerships and pilot projects with academic departments and units. Coordinates digital outreach to faculty to provide information about and promote compliance with FSU's new Open Access Policy.

Supervises student employees, including hiring, training, assigning tasks, and reviewing work for quality assurance.

Develops standards and guidelines, monitors traffic, and analyzes usage of repository and publishing applications. Identifies current and future needs to ensure the applications support the mission of the department or division. Shares usage data and trends with stakeholders. Monitors trends in the delivery of IR services in higher education, including emerging issues, risks, opportunities, and resources. Performs other duties as assigned.

Responds to repository related comments, complaints, and requests from library staff and the campus community. Provides training sessions and information on submission process for library staff and content creators (faculty, staff, and students)...."


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Date tagged:

12/17/2022, 12:23

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12/17/2022, 07:23