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Now Hiring! Sr Innovation Specialist, Connecting Communities Digital Initiative

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I’m excited to share that we are now accepting applications for the Senior Innovation Specialist of the
Connecting Communities Digital Initiative (CCDI), part of the Library’s Of the People: Widening the Path program. This position reports to the Program Director (me!). The person in this position will work directly with the Higher Education, Libraries, Archives, Museums and Artist/Scholar-in-Residence grantees as they produce projects that remix and reuse digital Library materials. As the lead technologist for CCDI, the person in this position will perform the design, development, and implementation of innovative uses of the digital collection, including reprocessing, visualizations, and recombination.

Apply to this 3-year position here: GS-14 Sr Innovation Specialist, Connecting Communities Digital Initiative. This position is open today through 10 August 2022. Please note that this can be a 100% remote position. (Because of federal hiring rules, I’m not able to answer questions about the job. Please use the contact information in the job announcement.)


Comments (4)

  1. Hi,
    I like to know the specifics of this position and also (living in West Coast). I like to know if this position is 100% remote?
    Thank you very much!

    • Thank you for your interest in the position. Please review the position announcement for more information. If you have additional questions, please use the contact information provided in the announcement.

  2. Thank you so much for sharing this opportunity Marya! I was going to take a deep dive into the LOC’s website to see what opportunities are available for junior/emerging scholars who are interested in the digital humanities & working in the LOC’s archives. This sounds like an amazing opportunity!

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