Project Management Librarian/Archivist | University of Georgia Libraries

By IS Lab September 22, 2021

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Athens, Georgia, The Project Management Librarian/Archivist provides project management support for a range of  UGA  Libraries technology projects. Projects may include implementing new content management systems and library software and hardware, maintaining and improving existing systems, and promoting new systems and services to the  UGA  community.  
A significant project for this position is the ongoing responsibility for the maintenance and development of the ArchivesSpace instance and finding aids website that is jointly used by the Hargrett Rare Book and Manuscript Library and Russell Library for Political Research and Studies. This position also shares expertise with the Digital Library of Georgia, who have a separate program for hosting ArchivesSpace instances for their partners. 
The Project Management Librarian/Archivist regularly collaborates with library faculty and staff across the Libraries, working with departments that may include the Hargrett and Russell libraries, Digital Library of Georgia, and Library Technology. This position builds consensus between a wide variety of stakeholders with varying levels of technical knowledge, demonstrating creativity and flexibility, while maintaining momentum on multiple projects simultaneously. The Project Management Librarian/Archivist reports to the Head of Digital Stewardship. 
 
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