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Subject: Position at Northwestern University

Position at Northwestern University

From: Rebecca Griffiths <rebeccag>
Date: Thursday, October 14, 1999
Digital Technology Specialist
Northwestern University Library

The position of Digital Technology Specialist in the Northwestern
University Library's Preservation department has come open.  Tasks
include; investigate imaging and text conversion methods and formats
for various materials; perform computer application function and
support analysis; manage and archive data; program for metadata; Web
page design; provide server access to digital collections; research
technological advances and emerging practices in digital imaging for
preservation and access.  Will serve as PC liaison and other duties
as assigned.

Required:  Bachelor's degree or equivalent.  Knowledge of Windows 95
and/or NT in a network environment. Experience with HTML/XML, Web
design, graphics software, cgi programming, imaging technology;
understanding of bibliographic control issues; demonstrated database
and troubleshooting skills.  Ability to understand and evaluate
technical concepts, be flexible in a dynamic work environment, and
work independently within a team framework. Strong oral and written
communication skills.  Ability to take initiative, think critically
and work well with variety of people.

Preferred:  Experience with DreamWeaver, OCR and user interface
design.  Knowledge of UNIX and/or Macintosh environment,
understanding of research libraries and/or preservation. Supervisory
experience.  Minimum starting salary $14.54/hr.  Please submit
resume, including position title, to:

    Rebecca Griffiths
    NU Library Personnel
    1935 Sheridan Road
    Evanston IL 60208


Rebecca Griffiths
Library Personnel Specialist
Northwestern University Library
Fax: 847-467-1284

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