Digital Services Librarian I/II #30484
The position may be filled as either a Librarian I or Librarian II (Digital Services) depending on the qualifications of the selected applicant.
1. Co-Leads the Digital Services Team, which is comprised of representative branch and support staff, to direct and implement the design and usability of the library’s website.
2. Collaborates to sustain the library’s internal and external web presence related to usability, accessibility.
3. Supports the integration of digital applications and services and electronic resources.
4. Facilitates analysis using statistics and web analytics for the library’s digital services to ensure that applications are functional, content is accurate and timely, and links are valid.
5. Ensure the Library’s digital resources are in alignment with the library’s brand and strategic vision.
6. Serve as a content collaborator for the Library’s digital presence with library Community Relations and Development staff and the Content Advisory Board to ensure accurate and timely information.
7. Evaluate and recommend based on defined criteria, new technologies and digital resources to improve discovery, access, and delivery of library services.
8. Work with vendors that provide key products and services to evaluate, develop and maintain connectivity and electronic resources for the library.
9. Provide technology and training support for library digital services.
10. Assist in the development of research resources through the digitization of primary source materials.
11. Manage projects including; timelines, development of costs, and progress.
12. Participate on Library and citywide teams to ensure library initiatives and priorities are represented in City decisions.
13. Participates in and supports activities of all assigned teams in an informed, constructive, and organized manner to ensure accurate communication on the status of the library’s digital initiatives.
14. Remain current on topics affecting the library profession through reading professional journals and digital lists, participation in professional organizations or continuing education activities to anticipate and meet customer needs.
Requires a Master’s Degree in Library Science from an American Library Association accredited college or university which provides the required knowledge, skills, and abilities.