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The California Digital Library is housed under the University of California Office of the President (UCOP).

Business Operations Manager

Reporting to the CDL Finance Manager, the Business Operations Manager is responsible for working collaboratively across CDL programs to provide comprehensive financial and budgetary services. The incumbent will assume a key role in the annual budget process; produce monthly and quarterly expenditure reports; analyze portfolio spending patterns and trends; resolve problems associated with budget and vendor transactions; and ensure the successful operation of CDL financial services. The position interacts frequently with the UC Office of the President financial services units, including the Business Resource Center, Budget Analysis and Planning, and Procurement Services.

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Senior Product Manager

This position is responsible for managing a portfolio of digital collections products and services that include Calisphere, Online Archive of California (OAC), and the UC Shared DAMS. The primary role of the Senior Product Manager is to assemble and lead cross-functional teams that support the daily operations of the products and services, to manage ingest and harvesting activities, and to guide the implementation of features to improve the use and effectiveness of the portfolio. The Senior Product Manager also guides staff in the development of value-added products and services, and works with key campus stakeholders and industry partners to ensure that this service suite continues to provide transformative digital collections solutions.

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Shared Content Service Coordinator

As a member of the Licensed Content Group within the CDL's Collection Development and Management Program, the Shared Content Service Coordinator communicates with UC campus librarians and collection development officers to identify their information needs, negotiates with content vendors, drafts UC systemwide subscription/purchase proposals, supports senior-level discussions, provides outreach events and workshops related to CDL collection development activities, and informs UC librarians on CDL-licensed resources totaling nearly $50M annually. The position reports to, and receives direction from, the Assistant Director for Systemwide Licensing.

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Discovery & Delivery Director

The CDL Discovery & Delivery (D2D) Director is responsible for working collaboratively across CDL and with stakeholders at UC and beyond to develop a forward-thinking strategic vision for the essential services and technologies that connect faculty, students and staff to UC collections and open access materials. The director provides oversight, encourages collaboration and innovation, and ensures the successful operation of D2D systems, services and initiatives.

Reporting to the CDL's Associate Vice Provost/Executive Director (AVP/ED), and consulting within the UC Libraries' ten-campus advisory structure, the D2D director is a member of the CDL senior leadership team tasked with planning and implementing a comprehensive and coordinated suite of digital library services.

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The University of California is an Equal Opportunity / Affirmative Action employer.

Last updated: March 13, 2018
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