US Department of State – Reference Librarian

Develops the ability to analyze, evaluate and recommend the most effective search strategies and methods for researching information resources that include books, newspapers and journals, databases and other electronic content.
Responds to a wide range of requests for information received by the Library’s Information Desk, as well as to other requests received via email, telephone and in writing.
Provides scheduled and impromptu specialized instruction and guidance to patrons regarding their use of the Library’s catalogs, databases and other holdings.
Analyzes and evaluates the Library’s holdings for their strengths, weaknesses and trends, and recommend potential new resources in all formats for their inclusion in the Department Library.
Assists in the development and maintenance of the Library’s online research guides and compiles customized collections.

Salary: $64,957 – $102,166 per year

Pay scale & grade: GS 09 – 11

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Boston Public Library – Cataloger and Classifier II (Serials)

The Boston Public Library (BPL) seeks a serials cataloger for the position of Cataloger and Classifier II (Serials), responsible for performing original and complex copy cataloging including bibliographic description, subject analysis, classification, and authority control for materials in all formats in accordance with established local and national policies, procedures, and standards (including but not limited to AACR2, RDA, CONSER, and other resources),. Beyond cataloging, the position will engage with all aspects of the BPL’s serials cataloging and record maintenance needs.

Working collegially across a large dynamic organization, the ideal candidate will enjoy tackling both routine and complex problems, and will excel in translating domain knowledge into practical solutions for daily work. Knowledge of Polaris ILS and working knowledge of non-English languages are a plus.

This is a regular, full-time job located at Boston Public Library’s Copley (Central) Branch. The salary minimum is 63,508.52, and the maximum is 82,826.30.

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EBSCO – Implementation Consultant (Data Migration) FOLIO

EBSCO FOLIO Consulting Services supports a vibrant community-enabled ecosystem of innovation, openness and choice with solutions that combine the open-source FOLIO with EBSCO Data Services, and Professional Services. Experience in academic libraries, an enthusiasm to participate in an open-source community, and passion to be a valued part of the future of library systems make you a perfect fit.

The FOLIO Implementation Consultant (Data Migration) provides the support client needs as they go live on FOLIO and beyond. We analyze, document, and try to understand the client’s data and workflow processes. And most importantly, work with clients to ensure that they are using FOLIO to support their workflow as FOLIO evolves.

Depending on the client’s needs, we provide a wide range of professional services, ranging from project management, workflow analysis, systems architecture support, data analysis, custom programming, systems integration, training, acting on the client’s behalf in the FOLIO community and much more.

Target Annual Compensation Range:  $88,500 – $126,500

The actual salary offer will carefully consider a wide range of factors including your skills, qualifications, education, training, and experience, as well as the position’s work location. EBSCO provides a generous benefits program including medical, dental, vision, life and disability insurance, flexible spending accounts, a retirement savings plan, paid parental leave, holidays and paid time off (PTO), as well as tuition reimbursement. View more about EBSCO’s benefits here:

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Baylor University – Electronic Resources & Serials Catalog Librarian (Assistant or Associate Librarian) (Search Extended)

The Baylor University Libraries are accepting applications from individuals with serials and electronic resources cataloging experience to join the Catalog and Metadata Services (CAMS) unit within the Library Collections, Systems, and Digital Services (LCSDS) department. The Electronic Resources and Serials Catalog Librarian position reports directly to the Director of CAMS.

The Electronic Resources and Serials Catalog Librarian, in collaboration with the Electronic Resources and Serials Librarian, will coordinate aspects of electronic resources metadata management in Alma and Primo. Additionally, this librarian will oversee print continuing resources cataloging. Responsibilities include performing original and copy cataloging for print and electronic resources; maintaining current holdings of continuing resources; and providing assistance with managing e-books, streaming resources, and forth-coming formats of electronic resources in Alma and Primo.

The Baylor University Libraries commit to increase diversity and recognize, value, respect, and empower all members of our community. We actively challenge and respond to bias, harassment, and discrimination. We commit to a policy of equal opportunity to resources, services, and spaces for all persons. The library is a place where differences are welcomed, people are nurtured, all perspectives are heard, and every individual feels a sense of belonging (

 This position has a starting salary of $60,000, with more possible commensurate with experience.

To learn more about the above position, the university library, and Baylor University, please visit the appropriate URL: or Well-qualified candidates scheduled to receive the required degree within 6 months of hiring date will be considered. Candidate applications should be received by May 1, 2023 for full consideration.

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Union College – Systems & Discovery Librarian

Union College, Schenectady NY is seeking a Systems & Discovery Librarian. This position is responsible for improving and sustaining a variety of staff-facing and public-facing library systems to ensure reliable and efficient access to the Library’s collections and resources. These systems include the library services platform (LSP; currently Alma), discovery layer (currently Primo VE), and off-campus authentication services (currently EZProxy and Shibboleth). This position provides leadership in the development and enhancement of staff- and public-facing systems and collaborates with colleagues in other departments to coordinate, assess, and improve LSP and discovery experiences.

Salary Rate / Pay Rate: $65,000-$75,000 annual, combined with an excellent benefits package

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Illinois State University – Electronic and Continuing Resources Librarian

Milner Library is accepting applications for an Electronic and Continuing Resources Librarian. The Electronic and Continuing Resources Librarian supports all aspects of the electronic and continuing resources lifecycle, including acquisition, cataloging, discover, activations, troubleshooting, renewal, de-selection, and post-cancellation access.  Applicants must have a master’s degree in Library and Information Science from an American Library Association-accredited master’s program, or an international equivalent recognized by the American Library Association.

Salary Rate / Pay Rate: $58,000 – $64,500 annual, combined with an excellent benefits package

For complete consideration please apply by April 3, 2023. 

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Illinois State University – Copyright Librarian

Milner Library is accepting applications for a Copyright Librarian. This position is responsible for helping faculty, staff, and students with questions and issues concerning all aspects of copyright. Applicants must have a master’s degree in Library and Information Science from an American Library Association-accredited master’s program or an international equivalent recognized by the American Library Association.

Salary Rate / Pay Rate: $58,000 – $64,500 annual, combined with an excellent benefits package

For complete consideration, please apply by March 28, 2023. 

For more information and to apply, please use the link: (posting #516224).

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Dickinson College – Electronic Resources & Discovery Librarian

The Waidner-Spahr Library of Dickinson College seeks an Electronic Resources & Discovery Librarian to join our user-focused, creative, and collaborative staff.  The ideal candidate will be flexible and tech-savvy, with strong communication and management skills. The person in this position will provide leadership, vision, and expertise for operations and initiatives that enable eresource access and discovery.  Responsibilities include managing the e-resources life-cycle, managing our discovery systems (primarily Alma-Primo VE), solving access problems for faculty and students, and liaising with IT staff and vendors.  Library staff collaborate frequently within and across library units and participate in shared problem-solving and decision making.  The person in this position needs the ability to work with others, and to see connections and overlap between various library systems and subsystems. This librarian also serves as liaison to a small number of academic departments, teaches information literacy in first year seminars and other classes, and assists with the on-call reference consultation service.  The Electronic Resources & Discovery Librarian is a member of the technical services team, reports to the Associate Director of Library Resources & Administration, and directly supervises the Electronic Resources Library Technician.   Dickinson College is committed to building a representative and diverse faculty, staff, and student body. We encourage applications from all qualified persons.  

Minimum salary is $52,050, but the starting salary is negotiable based on the successful applicant’s qualifications and experience.  Financial support is provided for CE and conference attendance.  Excellent benefits include a College-paid retirement contribution, employee wellness program, free access to the Kline Fitness Center, free parking, and a homebuyer program. Work-from-home days are possible for this position, and funding for relocation is available.  

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Clemson University – Head of Open Scholarship

Clemson Libraries seeks a dynamic, driven, and collaborative Department Head for Open Scholarship to provide leadership and expertise at Clemson Libraries. The Open Scholarship Department includes services such as open educational resources, scholarly communications, experiential learning, research data services, and digital humanities/scholarship.  The department also houses learning spaces including the Scholars’ Lab, the Adobe Studio and Makerspace.

The Department Head of Open Scholarship (OS) will be responsible for planning, implementing, and managing a newly created open scholarship department that provides support for digital scholarship, digital literacy, data literacy, digital preservation, faculty research, Open Access initiatives and advocacy, and scholarly communication.  The department head will play an active role in recruiting and retaining faculty librarians and staff for the department. The department headwill also collaborate with faculty, administrators, and staff to create meaningful partnerships with campus groups including the Division of Research, Clemson Computing & Information Technology, Graduate School, the Office of General Counsel, etc.  This position requires a high degree of collaborative leadership and initiative and will be critical to the Libraries’ strategic growth as an R1 institution.

Clemson Libraries faculty are members of the academic community, with responsibilities in the areas of librarianship, scholarship, and service. This is a 12-month tenure-track faculty position and works under the direction of the Associate Dean for Teaching, Learning, and Research.

Salary: The minimum starting salary is $80,000 and based on the successful candidate’s qualifications and experience. Library faculty receive an individual stipend for travel or other professional development activity.

For a more detailed position description and to apply, please visit Interfolio at  Applications received by March 20, 2023 will be given full consideration.

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The University of North Florida- Head of Resource Acquisition & Discovery Librarian

The University of North Florida, Thomas G. Carpenter Library, located in Jacksonville, Florida, is seeking a Head of Resource Acquisition & Discovery Librarian. This position reports to the Associate Dean of the Library in the role that oversees and administers the development and management of Library acquisitions and discovery services. The Resource Acquisition & Discovery (RAD) Unit currently includes 3 paraprofessionals and 4 faculty librarians (including the Head). The RAD Unit is responsible for identifying, ordering, invoicing, receiving, processing, and cataloguing all materials for the Library’s general collections. This Unit manages most of the Library’s vendor relationships. The position coordinates and manages the library materials budget and several other acquisitions funds to ensure the best use of library funding. The position also actively participates collection development activities for the Library including serving as chair of the Library faculty’s Collection Development Committee. The RAD Unit proactively monitors and evaluates resources as part of the continuous improvement process for collection development.

Approved Hiring Salary Range: $80,000.00 to negotiable. Rank commensurate with evidence of academic scholarship

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