Position Description: Reporting to the Manager for the Learning & Research Technology Support Services (LRTSS) team in Digital Initiatives and IT Operations and Services (DIITOS) the Learning & Research Technology Services Project Manager and Instructional Technology Consultant (LRTS PM and ITC) is oversees project management processes and provides project management and technical expertise for the Library, DIITOS and CLICC services that support instruction, learning and research. The LRTS PM and ITC also provides consultation, training and outreach for faculty and students using CLICC and Library instructional technology services. The LRTS PM and ITC provides project management, operations support, training, documentation, and communication support for the Library and CLICC learning and research technology services including learning management systems, integrated library systems, resource scheduling systems, mobile device management systems, as well as departmental file storage and document systems administration. Maintains website, digital signage communication of CLICC services as well as project and services related documentation. Provides functional supervision for select DIIT and CLICC student staff working to support operations and services.
Unit Description The Learning & Research Technology Services (LRTS) team provides services and technology for staff, faculty and students. LRTS provides instructional technology space configuration and management, audio/visual systems support, specialized technology resources management, virtual services and application delivery and training for the UCLA Library. The team also helps manage the Campus Library Instructional Computing Commons (CLICC) services such as equipment lending and innovative technology support for use in teaching and learning. The LRTS team is part of the Digital Initiatives and Information Technology Operations Services functional unit (DIITOS) within the UCLA Library called DIIT.
Digital Initiatives and Information Technology (DIIT) department is comprised of over 50 staff members in six functional units: 1) the Software Development Team, 2) the Core Ops Team, which focuses on servers, storage, security, networks, and other library infrastructure, 3) the Operations Services Teams which provide hardware and software support to staff and library users, manage learning and research technology services, and run student technology services (CLICC), 4) the Data Science Center which provides training, consultation, and a data repository for campus researchers, 5) the Digital Library Program which works with partners, both internal to UCLA and across the globe, to execute projects that digitize, describe, and publish archival materials, and 6) the Modern Endangered Archives Program, a granting program that funds digitization and documentation projects around the world to preserve at-risk cultural heritage materials.
The larger DIIT department supports library staff and users by providing local and remote access to library technologies. Supported technology resources include the integrated library system and online catalog; network connectivity including servers, storage, operating system and application services delivery; and programming and application development in support of digital and web-based initiatives. Through collaborative efforts with all areas of UCLA's libraries, DIIT assists in the development and delivery of technologies for all types of electronic resources. DIIT's 50+ staff members also work as collaborative partners with units in other areas of the library, and provide technology support for the major business systems used by the libraries.
Special Instructions: This position REQUIRES that a RESUME and COVER LETTER be submitted in addition to the application. Please have ALL FILES ready to upload when applying.
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