Metadata & Digital Collections Librarian, Mount Holyoke College

The Digital Assets and Preservation Services (DAPS) team at Mount Holyoke College is looking for a service-oriented and tech-savvy professional to join us in developing outstanding archival, scholarly, and curricular digital collections.

DAPS, as part of the Discovery and Access (DnA) division of Library, Information, and Technology Services (LITS), supports the creation, access, management, and preservation of unique digital materials. The Metadata & Digital Collections Librarian’s position is intended to give an entry-level librarian the opportunity to quickly gain a broad and experience-based understanding of metadata management and bring fresh ideas and new perspectives to LITS. If you: have a passion for developing and preserving digital collections; have demonstrated experience in administering metadata; are an enthusiastic and fearless user of technology with the skills and curiosity to learn more; are committed to working collaboratively within a diverse community of faculty, staff, and students; are eager to apply your enthusiasm, creativity, flexibility, and sense of humor to our exciting and challenging initiatives, then we encourage you to apply.

Mount Holyoke is committed to fostering multicultural diversity and awareness in its faculty, staff, and student body. Women and persons of color are especially encouraged to apply. The Mount Holyoke campus has grown increasingly diverse over the past fifteen years. We appreciate the complexities of living and working in a diverse world and strive to find ways to redress inequities. We particularly encourage people who share these commitments to submit their applications.

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Review of applications will begin on November 9, 2015 and continue until the position is filled.

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