I know it's not the library, but it's the next best thing: Academic Technologies. They're looking to fill two positions, Manager of Student Computing and Associate Director for Educational Technology.
This is a nice place to work, you get 27 vacation days/year, and very good benefits. (Unfortunately snow days are extremely rare, though!)
The student computing job calls for a lot of creative programming. I could totally see this being on a librarian's career path, if any MLSs or LIS student types are interested. I'd be keen to see the library style service model applied to tech support. We're in the same department, too.
The Ed Tech position I think is most interesting for its involvement in the Sakai Project. This is bringing open source to a community that it seems to me is somewhat new to it, so it would be nice to have someone with open source expertise in the position.
And almost needless to say, I'd love to see both jobs staffed by women.