UNC-Chapel Hill is seeking applicants for a grant-funded Manuscripts Digitization Project Librarian. The Project Librarian will coordinate activities for the multi-year grant project, Content, Context, and Capacity: A Collaborative Large-Scale Digitization Project on the Long Civil Rights Movement in North Carolina. In this project, member libraries of the Triangle Research Libraries Network (TRLN) are digitizing approximately forty modern manuscript collections and archival record groups in their entirety and present the digitized collections on the open web. TRLN (http://www.trln.org/) is a collaborative organization of Duke University, North Carolina Central University, North Carolina State University, and The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. The Content, Context, and Capacity project has confirmed funding through June 30, 2013 with additional requested funding through June 30, 2014.
Required qualifications include: ALA accredited master’s degree in library or information science with evidence of commitment to special collections, archives, or academic libraries as demonstrated by work experience (including internships), coursework, or memberships in professional associations. Demonstrated ability to work collaboratively with others to accomplish goals and meet deadlines. Superior interpersonal, oral and written communication, and organizational skills. Experience with web page creation and management. Demonstrated aptitude for quantitative and qualitative data analysis and other assessment methods.
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