Provide leadership and vision to create advocacy programs that encourage OSU faculty and graduate students to adopt open access research and publishing practices. Develop partnerships with internal and external constituents to advance scholarly services and initiatives such as advocating for author rights, developing a model for copyright support, raising awareness about open access best practices including depositing works into the institutional repository, and managing scholarly impact.
Required qualifications: ALA-MLIS or Master's in related discipline. An ALA accredited Master's or a Master's in a related discipline such as Education Technology, Journalism. Previous experience with research and instruction. Knowledge with the creation, publication, dissemination and discovery of scholarly research tools, methods, and programming. Commitment to working with and engaging diverse students and colleagues within and outside the library. Ability to assess new technology and use it to improve library services. The successful candidate will possess strong organizational and leadership skills.
For consideration of your application materials, you should apply through the University’s website at https://okstate.csod.com/ats/careersite/JobDetails.aspx?id=4602.
Application review begins April 20, 2018, and continues until position is filled. For assistance with the on-line application process or to request an accommodation to enable application, contact OSU Human Resources, 106 Whitehurst, Stillwater, OK 74078 or call 405-744-7401.
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