Under the direction of the Associate Director of Information Services, catalogs books, serials, media, and maintains the electronic resources collection.
Education: Bachelor’s degree or any combination of education and/or experience equivalent to a bachelor’s degree with emphasis in biological science and any combination of education, training or experience that provides the required knowledge, skills, and abilities.
Experience: Two – three years cataloging experience using Library of Congress/NLM classification.
Preferred Qualifications: Master of Library and Information Science degree preferred. Knowledge of medical terminology, human anatomy, and body systems is desirable. Experience with SirsiDynix ILS is preferred.
For more information and to apply, visit https://jobs.westernu.edu/postings/2022.
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The Electronic Resources and Serials (ERS) Librarian will manage collections valued at approximately $3.5 million supporting four libraries on three campuses. The ERS Librarian will collaborate with the Collections Development Committee and the Assistant Director for Library Business Administration for the life cycle of electronic resources. The ERS Librarian is responsible for maintaining positive relationships with vendors and publishers.
For more information and to apply, visit http://rowanuniversity.hodesiq.com/job-details.aspx?jobid=4339315.
LAC Group seeks a Catalog Librarian to work on a contract at a government agency located in Washington, DC. The responsibilities shall include but not be limited to the following duties for the Catalog Librarian:
• Catalog monographs, serials, and electronic resources;
• Add and maintain URLs;
• Maintain Name Authority database;
• Review MARC records;
• Receive monographs;
• Create information records for discarded gift serials.
For more information and to apply, visit http://goo.gl/P5nJQy.
The University of Mary Washington is seeking an experienced, innovative librarian to serve as the Technical Services Librarian, with supervisory responsibility for acquisitions, cataloging, and government documents.
The Technical Services Librarian provides leadership and coordination of collection management activities, including acquisitions, cataloging, government documents, collection analysis and assessment, collections budget development and management for collections. This librarian plans and develops policies, workflows, and special projects relating to acquisitions, cataloging and metadata, government documents, and collection development, and develops and implements strategies for the effective acquisition and discovery of library resources in all formats. The Technical Services Librarian monitors and evaluates trends related to resource acquisition, description, discovery and access, develops collection assessment strategies, and maintains statistics for unit activities. In addition, this librarian coordinates the selection of new library resources with the subject librarians and the faculty.
For more information and to apply, visit http://careers.umw.edu, position number FA0183.
Utah State University Libraries seeks an innovative, collaborative, and highly organized Head of Digital Initiatives to lead digital collection and scholarly communication services that support the research and teaching needs of the University. Reporting to the Director for Digital and Information Technology, the successful candidate will direct the Libraries’ digital initiatives programs, including the Digital Library and Digital Commons institutional repository. This is a 12-month, tenure-track faculty position at the rank of either Assistant Librarian or Associate Librarian dependent upon qualifications.
For more information and to apply, visit http://jobs.usu.edu/applicants/Central?quickFind=59919.
Under the direction of the Electronic Resources Coordinator, the Electronic Resources Assistant performs a wide range of tasks related to the maintenance and use of electronic resources by the University Library. The incumbent will: maintain print and/or electronic records of licenses, title lists, and other documentation regarding electronic resources; collect and compile reports and statistics; troubleshoot problems encountered by users; and provide routine maintenance and updates for discovery service knowledge-base and electronic resource management systems.
For more information and to apply, visit the Employment Opportunities page.
The Steven & Dorothea Green Library at Florida International University seeks a collaborative, flexible, enthusiastic, innovative, and service-oriented librarian for the position of Collection Development Librarian. The Collection Development Librarian will play a key role in both the assessment of the FIU Libraries’ collection strategies and the maintenance of the collection itself. The incumbent will participate in the compilation and reporting of statistical data for ongoing assessments of the library collection, assist in the selection and de-selection of library materials, and collaborate with subject liaisons to promote library collections. The Collection Development Librarian works cooperatively with faculty and staff in all departments across the library to provide access to information, including but not limited to Acquisitions, Access Services, Information & Research Services, Serials, and Cataloging. The position reports to the Collection Development Officer.
For more information and to apply, visit Job Opening ID 507361 at http://careers.fiu.edu.