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User Experience Specialist 320100 - General Library Main Campus - Starkville, MS
The User Experience Specialist, a professional position, assists in designing new and maintaining existing website interfaces that are accessible, functional, and visually appealing, integrating existing and original user research, website analytics, accessibility standards, and MSU visual identity standards. This position focuses on web interface design from concept to implementation, working as part of a team of designers and developers who share the full responsibility of managing MSU Libraries’ web presence. The position reports to the Coordinator of Digital Initiatives and Web Services.
Media Specialist 320100 - General Library Main Campus - Starkville, MS
Reporting to the Coordinator of the Digital Media Center, this position will oversee and promote Library’s Digital Media Center multimedia lab, the TV and One Button Studios, assist in video production and video editing for the Library, work with the Digital Media Center mixed reality lab and be an active, integral part of the Digital Media Center staff
Assistant Professor 320100 - General Library Main Campus - Starkville, MS
The Mississippi State University (MSU) Libraries seek applicants for the position of Assistant Professor (Acquisitions Librarian). This tenure track position collaborates with relevant personnel and units in order to provide leadership and vision for the Libraries’ Acquisitions Department. This position reports to the Coordinator of Electronic Resources.
Assistant Professor 320100 - General Library Main Campus - Starkville, MS
A tenure track faculty position providing innovative, dynamic, team-oriented responsibilities as Digital Archivist. Mississippi State University Libraries has a highly collaborative environment where excellence in job performance, scholarship, and service are valued and required. The successful candidate will assist in building the Libraries digital services and collections combining the technical skills necessary to build digital collections and an institutional repository with the management skills necessary to enhance the services that require input and expertise from across the Libraries. The successful applicant will evaluate existing policies and best practices for the long-term preservation and access to digital materials while managing digital preservation processes to ensure long-term retention and access. This individual will work closely with Special Collections, Scholarly Communication, Cataloging, and Web Services/Digital Initiatives Departments to maintain the network of skills needed to provide digital collections, institutional repository, digital preservation and digital scholarship services to the Libraries and the University. Projects include digitization of materials from Special Collections, Congressional and Political Research, Ulysses S. Grant Presidential Library and the Williams Collection of Lincolniana as well as the management and development of the institutional repository. The successful candidate will assist in enhancing partnerships with other university departments, universities and consortia. This position will assist in advising the University community and other external content creators on digital content lifecycle issues and strategies for digital content preservation. The successful candidate will assist in developing proposals for external funding for digital preservation projects. The position reports to the Dean of Libraries with digital preservation responsibilities and other appropriate duties/assignments administered by the Associate Dean.