Lots of great job openings at Stanford Libraries

We are in a veritable hiring frenzy right now at the Stanford Libraries and HighWire Press.  There are lots of very cool job opportunities at different levels and in different areas of libraries, publishing, and academic computing. To see a full list, just go the Stanford Jobs site, and select University Libraries under Location.

Some of my personal favorites include:

The Stanford Libraries are truly an awesome place to work — we are Juggernauts of Innovation, and we aren’t like other libraries. Drop me a line or a comment if you want more information about working here or about any particular job.

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