Head of Digital Library and Academic Technologies

at Mount Holyoke College (view profile)
Location South Hadley, Massachusetts
Date Posted November 11, 2021
Category Academic
Job Type Full-time
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Minimum Compensation in Local Currency 77000
Maximum Compensation in Local Currency 85000
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Description

The Technology Infrastructure and Systems Support (TISS) group, within Library, Information, and Technology Services (LITS) at Mount Holyoke College, is seeking qualified candidates for the position of Head of Digital Library and Academic Technologies (DLAT). 

Reporting to the Director of TISS, the Head of DLAT manages a team of four technical professionals responsible for administering and maintaining a broad range of academic-centered technologies. These include digital repositories (Islandora, ResourceSpace, etc.), web applications (WordPress Drupal, etc.), and other platforms that are core to supporting the College’s mission. They partner with colleagues in LITS, Research and Instructional Support, Archives and Special Colleges, the College Art Museum, faculty, researchers, and academic centers to make effective use of these platforms and technical environment for teaching, learning, research, and unique digital content and collections management.

Essential job functions include, but are not limited to: providing leadership in alignment with the strategic goals of the College; implement proactive, adaptive, and highly collaborative practices to support and maintain services and technologies; and actively engage in the management and maintenance of applications and systems that support the digital collections, academic, research and pedagogical needs of the College.  

The candidate selected for this position may perform a combination of remote work and on-site work.   The remote work schedule will be subject to approval and periodic review in alignment with the College’s Flexible and Adaptive work processes.