Stanford Libraries seeks a User Experience Designer to join a team devoted to collaborative development of platforms and services to support the Library's mission of creating, preserving and making digital resources available in support of teaching, learning and research.
If you’d like to work with us, but there isn’t a position that matches your interests, contact us anyway. We're always interested in talking to great folks who might be a fit for our team. We’re an equal opportunity employer and we particularly encourage applications from women and members of other under-represented groups in library technology.
Recently filled positions
Data & Service Manager, Digital Library of the Middle East
Stanford University Libraries seeks a resourceful and collaborative project coordinator with experience in data mapping and transformation to join efforts to build the Digital Library of the Middle East, a platform to preserve and provide access to cultural heritage resources from across the Middle East and North Africa. This initiative will create the first seamlessly interoperable, large-scale digital library of cultural artifacts from the region, and is built in collaboration between the Council on Library and Information Resources and Stanford University Libraries.
Discovery and Access Service Manager
This new position plays a key role in developing, delivering, and supporting services related to the Stanford Libraries discovery and access systems, including SearchWorks and the Stanford Libraries web site.
The Repository Manager supports the operations and services of the Stanford Digital Repository: a system built, operated and maintained by Stanford Libraries for the long-term management of digital content of enduring value to teaching and research at Stanford. The Repository Manager role has two primary and complementary areas of focus: (1) running applications, workflows, systems, and tools that enable accessioning of digital content from a variety of sources to the SDR where the content is actively managed, preserved, transferred, and indexed to access systems for discovery and use; and (2) supporting content depositors from across the Stanford Library and beyond to Stanford departments, including faculty, students, and administrative staff.
Why work with us?
You’ll love your work, but you’ll still have time and energy for a life.
You’ll work with colleagues you actually want to go have lunch with.
You’ll have opportunities to grow and management that encourages experimentation and risk taking.
You'll work on stuff that matters and helps make the world a better place.
We care about providing a welcoming and inclusive work environment.
We actively participate in efforts to make technology more inclusive.