Western Kentucky University (WKU), Department of Library Technical Services, seeks applications for the position of Assistant Professor as a Special Collections Catalog Librarian. This is a 10-month tenure-track faculty position reporting to the Department Head of Library Technical Services (DLTS) which is composed of these areas: Continuing Resources, Bibliographic Access, Acquisitions/Collection Services, and Student Personnel. DLTS is responsible for acquiring, organizing, cataloging, and providing access to books, non-print items, continuing and electronic resources; binding and preserving materials for extended use in the collection. WKU Libraries uses Voyager integrated library system. Anticipated starting date is January 1, 2015.
Responsibilities include: Original cataloging, complex copy cataloging, and classification of monograph and continuing resources in a variety of formats in all subject areas for Kentucky Library Research Collections, shared responsibility for the cataloging and classification of some foreign language monographs, participation in special projects as needed, and teaching, research/creativity activity, and university/public service as outlines in the university and department criteria for faculty promotion and tenure.
For more information about the position and application procedures, visit http://www.wku.edu/employment/999152e.pdf.
Knowledge and Library Services at Harvard Business School (HBS) is seeking a versatile, results and service oriented individual who thrives in a changing learning environment to become a key member of the Baker Library collections and data management teams.
The successful candidate will be responsible for:
- Implementing and providing day-to-day management of the new Research Data Management Program for HBS.
- Acquiring and tracking special data sets and other research materials for individual HBS faculty and doctoral students.
- Consulting with customers and colleagues on intellectual property issues.
- Implementing the collection development policy, including vendor negotiations and licensing.
- Preparing budget requests and forecasts and liaise with Harvard Library acquisitions as needed.
For more information and to apply, visit https://sjobs.brassring.com/TGWEbHost/jobdetails.aspx?siteID=5341&AReq=33846BR.
Hampden-Sydney College seeks a Technical Services Librarian. This position supervises a staff of two full-time individuals. Responsibilities include: oversee all operations of the technical services department including cataloging, print and electronic serials processing, acquisitions, electronic resource management, and administering the integrated library system (Innovative Interfaces Millenium). Serves as a leader and provides technical support for creating and maintaining access to e-journals and other electronic format material. Initiates projects to implement new catalog related technologies and works to train staff on these initiatives. Liaison to OCLC, participates in reference services, serves on faculty committees, and fulfills other duties associated with special faculty status.
For more information and to apply, visit http://www.hsc.edu/Human-Resources.html.
Kemp Library, East Stroudsburg University of Pennsylvania is seeking a librarian for the position of Corodinator of Technical Services to coordinate the cataloging, the systems, and the technical services aspects of library acquisitions. This is a full time, continuing tenure track faculty position and reports directly to the Library Dean. Positions typically fill at the Instructor or Assistant Professor level, commensurate with experience and training.
Responsibilities: The Coordinator of Technical Services establishes goals and objectives, does short and long range planning, and is responsible for administering the daily operations of the Technical Services area. The coordinator is responsible for cataloging, systems, and acquisitions activities of the library and for the oversight of library employees engaged in those operations. The librarian holding this position also performs general reference, instructional, and user service responsibilities and serves as liaison to several departments as needed.
For more information and to apply, visit http://www.click2apply.net/dfxtw4d.
Kansas State University Libraries invite applications and nominations for the position of Head, Content Development and Acquisitions Department. This position provides leadership and vision for the department (comprised of print and electronic serials and monographic acquisitions, licensing of e-resources, interlibrary loan, resource linking, and collection development/management) while managing human and financial resources to ensure efficient operations. In order to meet the strategic goals of the libraries and Kansas State University, innovative thinking about library resources that includes digital collections, patron driven acquisition, content creation, and support/analysis of open access is imperative.
For more information about the position and application procedures, visit http://ksulib.typepad.com/jobs/2014/09/head-content-development-and-acquisitions-department.html.
Bridgewater State University seeks a Collection Development and Acquisitions Librarian. General statement of duties: Lead, manage, and coordinate all collection development activities and acquisitions processes; lead, manage, and coordinate library liaison activities.
For more information and to apply, visit http://jobs.bridgew.edu/applicants/Central?quickFind=56631.