Scholarly Communications Librarian for the Performing Arts & Humanities
University of Miami Job Location: Florida Apply By: 07/01/2022 Date Created: 05-20-2022
- Work with subject liaison librarians and faculty stakeholders, to build the Scholarship@Miami knowledge base, ensuring that the bibliographic citations of research outputs by the Frost School of Music (FSOC) faculty and humanities faculty are represented in campus research information management systems, discovery systems and search engines;
- Work with the Head of Research Information Services, Assessment Librarian, and faculty stakeholders to identify methods and to create workflows to address gaps in the capture of research outputs for FSOM and humanities faculty;
- Facilitate deposits of research assets of faculty and students from the FSOM and others in the performing arts and humanities to Scholarship@Miami, UM’s research information hub and institutional repository; co-ordinate with the Digital Initiatives Metadata Librarian on metadata creation for research asset deposits;
- In collaboration with the Head of the Marta and Austin Weeks Music Library, provide assistance, training, and consultations to faculty and students from the FSOM and the UM community for building scholarly identities and assessing research impact;
- Serve as a resource for questions regarding authors’ rights, Creative Commons licensing, copyright, fair use, and other scholarly communication matters coming from campus stakeholders; develop programming and instruction related to these issues, as needed;
- Promote and advance the Libraries’ open access digital publishing services and initiatives;
- Supervise the work of the Digital Publishing Specialist;
- Stay abreast of developments in scholarly communications, open access, institutional repositories, and RIMS trends, and effectively communicate their implications to library and campus stakeholders;
- Develop strategic relationships with people and units on campus to advance library initiatives;
- In pursuit of the Libraries’ and University’s strategic objectives, models the University’s “DIRECCT” values (diversity, integrity, responsibility, excellence, compassion, creativity, and teamwork).
- Network, collaborate, and actively participate in local, regional, national, or international organizations focused on scholarly communications;
- Represent and promote the University of Miami Libraries in local, state-wide, regional, national, or international organizations as appropriate
- Serve on/participate in University organizations, committees, task forces, and teams as appropriate;
- Participate in and/or lead library-level committees, task-forces, and/or special projects.