The University of Wyoming Libraries invites applicants for a Collection Development Librarian. This position is part of a team that acquires, maintains, and assesses library collections in support of learning, teaching, and research in alignment with the university’s and Libraries’ strategic directions. This position reports to the Assistant Dean for Resource Discovery & Management.
The University of Wyoming invites diverse applicants to consider our employment opportunities. We are also especially interested in candidates who have experience working with diverse populations and/or diverse initiatives.
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LAC Group seeks a Serials and Acquisitions Librarian for a large legal organization in downtown Los Angeles. This full-time employment position will be responsible for the acquisition, receipt, invoicing, and claiming of collection materials including electronic resources. The Librarian will also be responsible for assisting with acquisitions and collection development decisions, and supervising the acquisition and payment processes.
- Supervise Acquisitions and Serials staff and make task assignments with regard to acquiring and receiving in the local Integrated Library System (ILS).
- Communicate directly with vendors and monitor statements and resolve issues.
- Maintain financial tracking of acquisitions of library materials. Monitor library material budget and oversee payment process.
- Manage claim procedures including coordinating and distributing claim notices
- Coordinate cancellation project and Federal Depository program.
- Other responsibilities and special projects (ex. used book sales) as needed.
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The University of Central Florida Libraries (UCF Libraries) is seeking an innovative and experienced leader to facilitate the identification and implementation of best practices in three departments: Acquisitions and Collections, Cataloging, and Resource Sharing. The successful candidate will have significant experience in one or more of these areas as well as strategic planning, project management, process analysis, assessment, and integrated library management systems. The position requires strong analytical and decision-making skills, an orientation toward new and developing practices, and an ability to achieve concrete results by motivating and empowering staff and colleagues. A record of professional participation, knowledge of issues and trends, and the ability to represent UCF Libraries at all levels is essential. The associate director reports to the dean of UCF Libraries and participates in library-wide planning, policy making, and development and evaluation of services.
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The University Libraries at Appalachian State University seeks a proactive and creative Electronic Resources Librarian to join the Resource Acquisition and Management (RAM) team to support our electronic resources in the areas of vendor relations, troubleshooting, budget management, resource usage analysis, and license review.
This position supervises two staff members in the Electronic Resources unit. This position reports to the RAM Coordinator (Head of Technical Services) and will work closely with the Acquisitions unit.
Librarians work in a collegial team-based environment, are members of the University faculty, and engage in active programs of scholarship and professional service. The Library offers strong support for professional development activities, including publishing, presenting, and attending conferences and workshops. It also offers flexibility of remote/virtual work in special circumstances (such as Covid-19) with supervisor approval.
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Xavier University of Louisiana’s University Library seeks a dynamic, engaging, and collaborative professional to lead the University Library’s scholarly communication efforts in coordination with internal and external partners. Reporting to the Head of Research and Technology, the Scholarly Communications Librarian identifies, develops, and promotes strategic scholarly communication services and programs. The incumbent engages others around academic communication issues through outreach, education, training, and collaborative projects. The successful candidate will also be responsible for outreach, information literacy instruction, research support, and collection development in assigned disciplines and programs.
The Scholarly Communication Librarian will help provide leadership and support for two primary services: the institutional repository and XULA Digital Commons, as well as lead scholarly communications, academic publishing, and copyright services. The Scholarly Communication Librarian should have a good understanding of these products and carry out routine tasks such as batch uploading or metadata reconciliation. They will also receive assistance with front and back end technical support by the Systems Librarian; work with subject specialty librarians on collections development and data acquisition, and assess users’ unique needs around this technology and research outputs. The Scholarly Communication Librarian will also have the opportunity to collaborate with the Library’s Data Services to create services and policies related to research data management.
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LAC Group is seeking an eResources Manager to support and administer a law firm’s library applications and intranet. This role will assist the Library Manager to identify, evaluate, test, and deploy legal research applications; and support and administer on-line research applications. This is a full-time, benefited, remote position that can be located anywhere in the USA.
- A professional librarian with an ALA-Accredited MLS, or equivalent;
- Database research experience such as Westlaw, PACER, IntelliConnect, BNA or RIA Checkpoint;
- Excellent oral and written skills;
- Strong interpersonal skills that demonstrate collaboration and teamwork; and demonstrated superior customer service skills;
- IT library experience, use of technology to provide solutions
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The University of Colorado Denver’s Auraria Library seeks a detailed and collaborative 9-month temporary Collections Assessment and Interlibrary Loan Specialist to join Auraria Library’s Collections Strategies department within the Technical Services Division. Technical Services is responsible for the acquisitions, access, discovery, and assessment of purchased, curated, and shared collections. This position’s primary role is to oversee monthly reconciliation of Learning Materials, collect and analyze data for Library, institutional, and national reports, and assist with interlibrary lending and borrowing processes.
- Leads monthly reconciliation of expenditures between the University Financial System and the Library’s Integrated Library Management System (ILMS).
- Oversees financial adjustments as required.
- Maintains and manages the process of collecting, analyzing, and creating library data reports for academic program reviews, accreditation reports, national annual library surveys (ACRL, IPEDS), and risk and asset management reports.
- Gathers, comprehends, combines, and analyzes usage statistics and other data from purchased, subscribed and borrowed library materials for the purpose of informing and assessing collection development.
- Outputs data in tables, graphs, or other appropriate formats to help internal and external campus constituents understand the information.
- Provides narrative interpretations of the results of data analysis and make recommendations on potential actions in order to help colleagues sensibly use the information.
- Other collections assessment duties as assigned.
- Responsible for reviewing and processing all interlibrary loan lending requests via ILLiad, Rapid ILL, Occam’s Reader, and OCLC Worldshare ILL systems.
- Responsible for reviewing and processing interlibrary loan borrowing requests as needed.
- Assist with processing ILL requests for Auraria Library’s new initiative: Streaming Interlibrary Loan Video Resources (SILLVR).
- Other interlibrary loan duties as assigned.
PLEASE NOTE: Temporary hires are not eligible for University benefits.
This position will be 100% remote to start with the possibility of staying remote during the 9 months.
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