Non-tenure track, full-time, twelve-month faculty appointment at Instructor rank. Reports directly to the Dean of the Library. Manages the life cycle of the library’s electronic resources, including the following tasks: identifies new products and services including e-book platforms; establishes trials, promotions, and evaluations; negotiates effective vendor pricing and services; administers electronic resource interfaces; participates in library-wide assessment and tracking usage statistics. Also develops and maintains electronic resources policies and procedures; serves as liaison between the library and other groups on and off campus, including library consortia; and coordinates faculty and staff training. Participates in reference assistance, information literacy instruction, and collection development. There are also professional development and service expectations.
For more information and to apply, visit http://www.uscupstate.edu/offices/humanresources/jobs/default.aspx?id=8142.
The Sandia National Laboratories Technical Library is seeking an innovative, highly motivated, energetic and forward-thinking librarian/information scientist to become part of its Technical Library Team. The selected candidate will split their time supporting the functions of electronic resources and document services.
In the role of Electronic Resources Librarian, the selected candidate will support management in the purchasing and licensing of electronic materials; manage electronic subscriptions through electronic resource management applications such as SFX; collect usage statistics and create reports needed to manage and monitor electronic resource subscriptions; and provide customer access support and troubleshoot issues as needed. In the role of Document Services Librarian, the selected candidate will manage the Library’s document services contract and self-service platform; provide user support; and research hard-to-locate document needs. Professional librarians afforded the opportunity to work at Sandia will be actively engaged in ground-floor development of meeting the needs of Sandia’s researchers and management through the deliberate use and deployment of technology as a research and reporting tool.
For more information and to apply, visit http://www.sandia.gov/careers/index.html. Look for the position title: Technical Librarian- Electronic Resources and Document Services (Senior or Principle); Job Opening ID is 645304. To learn more about Sandia National Laboratories, go to http://www.sandia.gov.
The University of Maryland Libraries is seeking an Electronic Resources Librarian. As a member of the Acquisitions Department reporting to the Head of Acquisitions, the Electronic Resources Librarian is responsible for the procurement, licensing and management of electronic resources purchased directly by the UM Libraries, and those resources indirectly acquired through collective licensing via consortia. Responsible for the administration of new and existing licensing for electronic resources; maintains a database for tracking electronic resource licenses and licensing expressions. Researches existing license agreements and negotiates new licenses, develops and maintains guidelines for standard licensing terms, monitors subscriptions in relation to existing license expirations and renewals, reviews the impact of current licensing on post cancellation archival access, collects usage statistics, registers and activates new electronic resources, and troubleshoots e-access problems reported by patrons and other library staff.
For more information and to apply, visit https://ejobs.umd.edu/postings/24210.
The Columbia University Libraries invites applications and nominations for the
position of eJournal Preservation Librarian.
This is a temporary grant-funded position running through April 30, 2015 (with
the possibility of extension) created to review titles within the 2CUL
holdings that do not have adequate preservation plans. The goal of the
position is to expand the number and extent of e-journal preservation coverage
by supplying tested preservation strategies to selected categories of selected
For more information and to apply, visit https://academicjobs.columbia.edu/applicants/jsp/shared/frameset/Frameset.jsp?time=1392133038891.
Montana State University Library in Bozeman, MT seeks a 12 month, tenure-track Electronic Resources & Discovery Services (ERDS) Librarian who has primary responsibility for acquisition and maintenance of electronic resources and for providing access to these and other resources through our Discovery Services.
The MSU Library is migrating from Summon to Primo Discovery Service and is expanding its implementation from a single library to ten academic libraries across Montana. The EDRS Librarian is the lead on this implementation. The ERDS Librarian serves as a member of the Collection Development Management Team, oversees staff member time in support of ERDS, and will lead statewide information resource development, help the public troubleshoot access issues, and coordinate across library departments. As a member of the Library faculty, the ERDS Librarian is expected to meet the University’s research and service requirements for promotion and tenure.
For a full position description and application requirements, visit http://www.montana.edu/jobs/faculty/14-253.
Lafayette College seeks an innovative, forward-thinking librarian to lead our technical services department in monographic and serials acquisition, cataloging, and electronic resource management. Broad knowledge of scholarly publishing, responsiveness to changes in the dissemination and discovery of scholarly information, and the ability to make informed cost-benefit analyses for ongoing technical services workflow redesign will be essential.
This position reports to the Director for Access & Technical Services and works closely with other colleagues on collection development and electronic resources management. The technical services librarian supervises 5 FTE technical services support staff, setting performance goals and managing work standards in accordance with best practices.
For a full description, please see: http://hr.lafayette.edu/2014/01/31/technical-services-librarian/.
Utah State University Libraries invites applications for the position of Electronic Collections Librarian. The successful candidate will join a friendly, innovative, and collaborative library team committed to open inquiry and excellent service in a popular, award-winning, high-tech, library building. Reporting to the Head of Collection Development, this tenure-track position will provide leadership, expertise, and excellent public service in managing the USU Libraries electronic collections.
Under the direction of the Head of Collection Development, the Electronic Collections Librarian will work with other Library departments to coordinate and support the collection development and management of licensed electronic resources in all formats.
For a full description and to apply online, please visit http://jobs.usu.edu/applicants/Central?quickFind=59808.