[Metadatalibrarians] Job posting: Electronic Resources Librarian – Robert Crown Law Library

Ryan Tamares rtamares at law.stanford.edu
Wed Jul 13 09:27:46 PDT 2022

Please excuse the cross-posting.

Come work with us at the Stanford Law School Library as our new Electronic
Resources Librarian! We're looking for a collaborative and creative
librarian to manage this important and growing collection.

See the full description here:

Specifically, the Electronic Resources Librarian:

Partners with the Acquisitions Librarian and staff on the ordering and
payment activity of electronic resources;

Develops and maintains tools for the management of electronic resources;

Establishes and documents library procedures and best practices for the
acquisition, licensing, implementation, assessment, and budgeting of
electronic resources;

Works with colleagues to provide access to electronic resources and to
optimize resource discovery;

Works with vendors to resolve technical issues and manages EZproxy for
remote access;

Collects, analyzes, and presents use, purchase, and availability data of
electronic resources;

Monitors trends and best practices related to electronic resource access,
discoverability, data harvesting, usage analysis, and preservation to
enhance library services;

Works collaboratively to support metadata maintenance for electronic
resources and both print and digital serials;

Develops and implements the Law School's submissions to a shared University
institutional repository. Most notably, manages and maintains the SLS
faculty working papers in the institutional repository. Oversees and
coordinates IR workflows with other staff members;

Serves on relevant RCLL and University-wide committees, as well as pursuing
professional development opportunities in local, regional, and national

Thank you for your consideration,

Ryan Tamares

*Ryan Tamares*
*Head of Collection Services — Robert Crown Law Library*
*Stanford Law School*

650 724.6454
rtamares at law.stanford.edu
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