The Library is Hiring: Academic Technologist for Web & UX, Academic Technologist for Systems and DevOps

February 19, 2018

 

With our impending move into the Milstein Center comes more new job openings! In particular, we're on the lookout for 2 Academic Technologists.

Academic Technologist – Web and UX

Reporting to the Director of IMATS, the Academic Technologist – Web & UX will focus on user interfaces and user experience. The Academic Technologist will support the work of the 6 faculty-led Centers in the new Milstein Teaching and Learning Center (MTLC), including the Empirical Reasoning Center, Design Center, Digital Humanities Center, Media Center, Movement Lab and Computational Science Center, collaborating with instructional designers, librarians, faculty, systems administrators, and others to design, develop, and teach websites, applications, tools, and platforms. The Academic Technologist works closely with communications staff and designers to share information about the library and its collections via library.barnard.edu and other library sites, facilitating community interaction with and increasing accessibility to our new spaces and services. The position will use user experience techniques to develop assessments for library systems and programs and collaborate with the Center Directors and other partners to develop assessments for the MTLC broadly.

View the full listing here.

 

Academic Technologist – Systems and DevOps

Reporting to the Director of IMATS, the Academic Technologist – Systems and DevOps - will focus on technical infrastructure and systems in support of Barnard curriculum and the services offered in the new the Milstein Teaching and Learning Center (MTLC), which will house 6 faculty-led library Centers, including the Empirical Reasoning Center, Design Center, Digital Humanities Center, Media Center, Movement Lab and Computational Science Center. This position will offer direct support for the Computational Science Center.The Academic Technologist will collaborate with instructional designers, librarians, faculty, systems administrators, and others to implement, customize, and test websites, applications, and tools. They will work closely with colleagues in IMATS, faculty, Barnard IT staff, and others at BLAIS and Columbia to pilot new products; provision and plan for systems architecture and lab software needs; and contribute to systems and dev-ops needs on inter-institutional open-source projects.

View the full listing here.