UNC Greensboro University Libraries invites applications for the position of Electronic Resources Librarian. This person coordinates acquisition of e-resources and supports access to the Libraries’ owned, licensed, and subscribed online collections to meet the educational and research needs of UNCG students, faculty, and staff.
Responsibilities include coordinating acquisition and management of electronic resources, including e-journals, databases, online primary source collections, and streaming media content; participating as part of a team that continuously analyzes and optimizes e-resource discovery and access mechanisms; negotiating license terms with vendors and publishers for the University Libraries and as a member of the negotiating team for the Carolina Consortium; troubleshooting with a team to ensure access by the user community to owned and subscribed content ; and promoting e-resources by creating and maintaining research guides, providing training, and arranging for vendor/publisher presentations for library liaisons.
Reporting to the Head of Technical Services, this tenure-track position will work as part of a department of six librarians and ten staff members in a fast-paced, collaborative environment. In this role, the incumbent will also collaborate with personnel in departments across the University Libraries, including Research, Outreach and Instruction (ROI) and the Libraries’ technology unit (ERIT).
This is a twelve-month tenure-track faculty position. Demonstrated professional achievement including scholarly/creative activity and service is required for reappointment and tenure.
Please apply at this link https://spartantalent.uncg.edu/postings/16875
Preference will be given to applications received by May 4, 2020.
Samford University’s Beeson Law Library invites individuals interested in serving in a Christian university environment to apply for the position of Electronic Resources & Serials Librarian. The position will manage all aspects of electronic resources and serials including original and complex copy cataloging; maintaining print and e-resource holdings in the ILS using the electronic resource management system (ERMS), Excel, MarcEdit, and other tools; and working with vendors to manage access and content issues. This position is a 12-month, non‐tenure track faculty appointment. The University offers competitive salaries with a generous benefits package.
Samford University (https://www.samford.edu/
) is the largest privately supported and fully accredited institution for higher learning in Alabama. Located in suburban Birmingham, the University was founded in 1841 and has 425 full time faculty and more than 5,600 students representing 44 states and 30 countries. The University is dedicated to the promotion of rigorous academic inquiry in a Christian setting.
Associate Dean, Technical Services and Collection Management
Clemson Libraries seeks an energetic and innovative leader to serve as Associate Dean for Technical Services and Collection Management. The successful candidate will provide vision and strategic direction for five functional teams, which currently include 21 faculty and staff, and direct the development of collections responsive to the research and pedagogical needs of Clemson’s faculty, staff, and students. The incumbent will monitor trends and evaluate emerging technologies to improve information access and discovery for university students, faculty, and the local community. They also will represent the Libraries in collaborative collection development initiatives and process development with other libraries and consortia. Clemson Libraries are part of a statewide implementation of Ex Libris’ Alma and Primo with a go-live date of June 1, 2020. This new position reports to the Dean of Libraries and will be part of a new leadership configuration to include at least one other Associate Dean.
This is a 12-month tenured position with faculty rank and status. As a member of the Libraries’ faculty, the successful candidate will pursue an active and ongoing program of research, service, and professional development.
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Applications received by March 25, 2020 will be guaranteed consideration.
The Loyola University Chicago Health Sciences Library Electronic Resources librarian is collaborative, proactive, and service-oriented and applies innovative approaches to electronic resources and collections operations. This position is responsible for providing leadership for strategic development and management of the life cycle of new and existing electronic resources, discovery tools, and cataloging for all library resources in all formats. The librarian proactively solicits input from faculty students, and staff, adeptly promotes HSL collections and resources, and skillfully responds to Health Sciences campus resource needs. Reporting to the Director, this accomplished professional will join a small and dynamic team of talented librarians and capably manage change in an evolving technological environment.
- Develop and manage a robust collection of electronic books, article databases, journals and other resources in support of stakeholder needs and University strategic mission
- Lead cataloging and discovery services operations by setting well-articulated goals in concert with the Library mission. Communicate goals and policy to faculty, staff, and students
- Maintain timely and accurate metadata about the library’s resources in a variety of systems, such as the Integrated Library System (ILS), the Electronic Resource Management System (ERMS), link resolver, A-Z lists, and discovery tool
- Manage internal software including EZProxy, Serials Solutions, and Primo/Alma
- Design and manage collections budget to ensure judicious and timely expenditure of funds
- Apply usage statistics and other assessment data to identify needs, evaluate current and potential licenses and to support renewals, alternative access options, and withdrawal
- Provide detailed collection policies that define the scope and level of collections and effectively communicate them to stakeholders
- Establish and document workflows, processes, and best practices for electronic resources acquisition, licensing, implementation, assessment, and budget
- Develop and maintain productive and positive relationships with vendors, colleagues, faculty, students and staff
All applications must be submitted online: https://www.careers.luc.edu/postings/11760 and include a letter of application and a curriculum vitae. Relocation assistance will not be provided. The position will remain open until filled.
Kimbel Library at Coastal Carolina University welcomes applications for Head of Collections & Resource Management. Reporting to the University Librarian, this position provides leadership and direction in the development, management, and maintenance of library collections. In conjunction with acquisitions and cataloging specialists, the Head oversees departmental workflows, maintains collections budgets, and manages department’s initiatives. This position establishes and maintains online access to licensed and open access electronic resources, works closely with vendors and library colleagues to provide quality control of e-resources links and knowledge bases, and ensures consistent access to library electronic holdings across multiple discovery and access platforms. The Head works with liaison librarians regarding subject-specific resource acquisition, deselection, and licensing. The Head works collaboratively with library administration, other units within the library, and departments across campus to provide resources and learning experiences that are user-centered, sustainable, and responsible. This a tenure-track position, with rank at a commensurate level.
More details can be found at http://jobs.coastal.edu/postings/9671
Samford University Cumberland School of Law seeks an Electronic Resources & Serials Librarian at the Beeson Law Library (12-month, non-tenure track).
The successful candidate should have experience in cataloging and metadata creation.
The Electronic Resources & Serials Librarian will manage all aspects of electronic resources and serials.
More details can be found at https://www.samford.edu/employee/faculty-employment-opportunities/Electronic-Resources-and-Serials-Librarian-Beeson-Law-Library-12-month-NTT.pdf
Shenandoah University is seeking applications for an Electronic Resources Librarian to join the staff of the Alson H. Smith, Jr. Library in August 2020. This is a full time, 12-month benefited position. Requirements and expectations: ALA-accredited master’s degree in library/information science is required. Additional subject master’s degree in business or a social sciences discipline taught at Shenandoah is highly desirable. At least 3 years of experience in academic library electronic resources or technical services is required. Demonstrated knowledge and experience with library electronic resources, licenses, subscriptions and technical management. For more details and to apply for this position, go to the university’s employment opportunities site at https://www.su.edu/employment-opportunities/