UC Davis Library is hiring a Digital Production Manager. To apply https://www.employment.ucdavis.edu/applicants/jsp/shared/position/JobDetails_css.jsp
Closing date is September 24, 2019
Under general direction of the Library’s Director of Online Strategy, assist in the development of strategy and the execution of digital programs that drive innovation and enable the UC Davis Library to engage with faculty, students, and external communities. Responsible for providing advice and input for launching internally sponsored projects that may later be moved to other Library or campus units for ongoing support. Example projects include web-based sites that invite user engagement with digital content; digital applications involving Library archival and special collections material; and applications that provide research communities and the public with an easy-to-use online experience of the data, research, history, and interpretation of major fields of study.
Coordinate across academic communities, research activities, and fundraising interests utilizing a requirements-driven approach to build engagement, obtain consensus on application functionality, and facilitate application development. Work with programming, UX design, librarians, and other professional staff in the Library to deliver these applications. Act as liaison with other University departments, and Campus Information and Educational Technology (IET) on applications of shared interest.
Work closely with the Director of Online Strategy to explore projects that align with the overall strategy and vision of the Library’s online presence, within a complex organization engaged in a diverse set of activities. In tandem with the project management team, help to define and drive project deliverables, and represent the work to stakeholders within the Library and the University and to the community outside UC Davis.