The Digital Technology Librarian will assist librarians and teaching faculty with the use of emerging teaching technologies and other digitally based tools, in support of information literacy goals and curricular requirements. This individual will collaborate with librarians, teaching faculty, and students to support efforts that foster learning and advance research. He or she will serve as a consultant, guide, and colleague on special and longer- term projects. S/he also will assist with maintaining the library’s website, conducting usability studies and assessing technology-based teaching and access. Finally, the successful candidate will assist in the development of tools and systems that support digital scholarship, particularly in the humanities.
Trinity University is a nationally recognized liberal arts and sciences institution characterized by a demanding curriculum, distinguished faculty, exceptionally bright students, and a campus that is among the most modern and beautiful in America. San Antonio, long recognized as a unique city with international charm and a low cost of living, also boasts strong growth in technology and STEM and has been called (along with neighboring Austin) the “next great American metropolis” by Forbes.
A master’s degree is required. We will consider candidates with an ALA-accredited MLS or MIS, as well as those with an MA/MS or PhD and appropriate relevant experience.
Benefits Include: Trinity-paid TIAA retirement plan when qualified, comprehensive insurance options, 20 days vacation, and generous professional development support.
Reports to: Associate University Librarian
Supervision Exercised: May supervise student assistants.
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