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Thursday, April 28, 2016

[LIBJOBS] Job Posting: Technical Team Manager, California Digital Library, Oakland, California USA

Technical Team Manager (0649)

California Digital Library, University of California, Office of the President

Full Time

$116,000 - $141,300

Category: Information Technology

Requisition: 20160230

Posting Date: 4/20/2016

Closing Date: 5/11/2016

The California Digital Library (CDL) supports the education, research and public service mission of the University of California in partnership with the ten campus University of California Libraries system. The CDL assumes a leadership role in the development of strategies and initiatives that guide the University's libraries through the transition to the digital future. The primary user base for CDL services and programs include UC faculty, students and UC Libraries staff. 

The Discovery and Delivery Services Technical Manager is part of the CDL's Discovery and Delivery (D2D) team. D2D focuses on making interactive library systems work well together. We connect faculty, students, and staff with access to the University of California libraries' extensive research collections. As a member of the D2D team, the Discovery and Delivery Services Technical Manager is responsible for maintaining current services, as well as identifying and investigating new service opportunities. Current production services include Melvyl (UC's union catalog/discovery service) run on OCLC's WorldCat Local platform, Request, (UC's interlibrary loan and document delivery services built on top of OCLC's VDX platform), UC-eLinks, UC's link resolver built on top of Ex Libris' SFX product, the Print Archives and Preservation Registry (PAPR), developed in partnership with the Center for Research Libraries, and Zephir, the metadata management service run on behalf of the HathiTrust. 

The Discovery and Delivery Services Technical Manager will manage a team of seasoned developers, and work with experienced product/project managers and analysts under the general supervision of the team's Director of Discovery and Delivery Services. The Discovery and Delivery Services Technical Manager should be interested in managing a strong team, engaged in strategic thinking, and interested in supporting the University of California's mission.


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