Academic/Administrative Job Openings
Librarian for Research Data Management and Reproducibility: Reporting to the Head of Data Services, the Librarian for Research Data Management and Reproducibility (Specialist) serves as a critical member of the University of Oregon's Data Services department. The incumbent will serve a leading role in developing and executing a research reproducibility support program across disciplines in addition to supporting critical duties in the Libraries’ evolving Research Data Management services portfolio, partnering with colleagues across library departments (Data Services, Science, Digital Scholarship Services, Reference and Instruction Services, etc.) to offer research reproducibility support for faculty, students, and staff in the form of in-depth consultations, workshops, courses, and other targeted outreach and development initiatives. The Librarian (Specialist) is an active participant in the training of campus researchers in the best practices surrounding reproducible research, and forms relationships with the appropriate campus, state, and national data and reproducibility organizations. The incumbent will participate in appropriate professional development activities and organization, including service to the library, the campus, and the profession, as well as staying current with the trends and practices to meet the criteria for retention and promotion. The position will also contribute to the University's goals regarding diversity, equity, and inclusion. For a full job description, including instructions on how to apply, please visit the UO Career Website.
Supervisor, Library Applications Programming: This position provides high level technical leadership, management and direction in planning, developing and maintaining the library’s public and staff Web environment and applications to support library workflows and services. The Supervisor supervises the Application Development & Integration team (ADI), coordinates needs assessment, design, testing, maintenance and support of a wide variety of library applications, working to ensure compliance with accessibility guidelines and standards. This position is a member of the Applications Development & Integration (ADI) team, which includes the Web Services and Systems Librarians and classified analyst programmers. The ADI team provides support for digital library projects, various library interfaces including the library’s main Web site and discovery platforms, and staff workflow applications. For a full job description, including instructions on how to apply, please visit the UO Career Website.
Academic librarian positions require a graduate degree in library and/or information science that is accredited by the American Library Association. Occasionally, depending on the assignment, other subject master's degrees are accepted or required. The UO Library School was suspended in 1978 and has not offered credit coursework since then.
- Position vacancies are routinely advertised on ALA JobLIST; on the Oregon Library Association; and Pacific Northwest Library Association jobsites.
- Occasionally, regional recruitments are conducted. Those positions are advertised in The (Eugene) Register-Guard, the (Portland) Oregonian, and either the Seattle Times or the San Francisco Chronicle.
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