DePaul University Libraries,
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The DePaul University Library (http://library.depaul.edu) seeks a collaborative, innovative and service oriented professional for the position of Digital Archivist.
Reporting to the Head of Special Collections and Archives, the Digital Archivist will work collaboratively across the Library and the University to expand the Library's capacity to responsibly acquire born-digital archival content, manage existing digital holdings, and ensure the effective acquisition, appraisal, description, preservation, future migration, access to and security of digital archives. In addition, the Digital Archivist will engage library and campus partners and provide guidance on best practices for data management, training and development. The Digital Archivist may serve as a liaison librarian in assigned areas.
About DePaul University
Founded in 1898 by the Congregation of the Mission (also known as the Vincentians), DePaul University is the largest Catholic university in the United States and currently enrolls approximately 25,000 students in 10 schools and colleges offering 300 undergraduate and graduate programs and concentrations. One of the ten largest private, not-for-profit universities in the nation, DePaul’s 2,000 faculty members teach across five campuses in Chicago and the Chicago suburbs. DePaul University has been recognized in national publications for its diversity, its service-learning programs, and its sustainability efforts, and is the home to nationally recognized academic programs in the College of Business, the College of Digital Media, and The Theatre School.
About the DePaul University Library
The DePaul University Library comprises the John T. Richardson Library (Lincoln Park Campus), the Loop Campus Library (Loop Campus), and library service programs provided at DePaul’s three suburban campuses. With an annual budget of over $10 million in 2013-14, 33 professional librarians, and a total staff complement of over 70 FTE, the DePaul University Library is a partner in a number of campus programs, including the first-year experience (Chicago Quarter) and the Teaching Commons. In 2013, a major renovation of the Richardson Library has facilitated the launch of the Richardson Library Information Commons, a technology-enhanced space including individual, group, and collaborative work spaces, a Learning Commons and Scholar’s Lab. The DePaul University Library is housed in the Division of Teaching and Learning Resources, which includes the DePaul Art Museum and Faculty Instructional Technology Services, and is an active member of local, regional, and national consortia, including CARLI, the Chicago Collections Consortium, the Catholic Research Resources Alliance, and the Center for Research Libraries.
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