The University of Baltimore's Langsdale Library is seeking an Integrated
Digital Services Librarian, who will be responsible for Langsdale's
integrated library system (ILS) and related services and will serve as
the library webmaster.  He or she will lead the collaborative design and
development of the library's web-based services and technology planning,
including the implementation of the next-generation ILS (a University
System of Maryland consortial system).  He/she will support technology
applications in all library departments, including interlibrary loan,
course reserves and digital collections. He/she will maintain an
in-depth understanding of technological trends and developments
affecting academic libraries through a commitment to ongoing
professional development. He/she will work collaboratively and
creatively with librarians from Langsdale and the UB Law Library, IT
staff, and the University Webmaster.


This is a 12-month, full-time faculty position, reporting to the
Director of the Library.


Required Qualifications:

MLS from an ALA-accredited program or equivalent degree; demonstrated
knowledge of current trends and issues in library technology; working
knowledge of UNIX and Windows platforms and applications, and ability to
troubleshoot hardware and software problems; experience with and
knowledge of library web design standards, web graphics skills, HTML,
XML, CSS, and scripting languages such as PHP and JavaScript. The
successful candidate must be able to work both independently and
collaboratively, to learn and apply new technologies quickly, and have a
working knowledge of metadata standards and best practices in digital
library projects.  He/she should have strong oral and written
communication, analytical, organizational and project management skills.


Preferred Qualifications:

Experience with an ILS, preferably with Ex Libris' suite of products
including Aleph, MetaLib and SFX.


To Apply: 

Submit cover letter and resume to [log in to unmask]  or:


Lauren Sellmayer

Langsdale Library

University of Baltimore

1420 Maryland Avenue

Baltimore, MD 21201


Review of applications will begin on 05/12/2010 and will continue until
position is filled.


For more information, please visit the University of Baltimore
<>  website and Office of Human Resources