The University of Massachusetts Dartmouth is seeking applicants for its Electronic Resources Librarian position.
The Electronic Resources Librarian is responsible for managing the life cycle of electronic resources, including license negotiation; acquisition; renewals; activation; discovery and access support; maintenance; and evaluation. The librarian in this role is part of the Library Technical Services team and ensures continued access to and support for robust, distinctive, and innovative collecting in support of academic initiatives and university programs. The Electronic Resources Librarian effectively engages with colleagues across the Library, the University and externally with consortia and vendors.
The Claire T. Carney Library is the centerpiece of the concentric campus plan of the University of Massachusetts Dartmouth. UMass Dartmouth is the only research university located on the beautiful South Coast of Massachusetts. Its library plays a fundamental role in enhancing the learning experience of students by providing services and space for research, study, and social activities.
The historic town of Dartmouth along New England’s Farm Coast is one of the largest towns by land area on the banks of the Buzzards Bay. New England has historic architecture, small towns, large cities, bustling metropolitan areas, and great seafood. The cities of Providence, Boston, and New York are within driving distance.
How to apply:
For more information about this position, including minimum starting salary; qualifications; and information about how to apply, please navigate to our website at UMass Dartmouth Careers.
All interested applicants should submit a letter of interest, current resume, and the contact information for at least three professional references.
Harvard University Library’s Information & Technical Services Department is seeking an Operations Coordinator for one of its Serials Acquisitions units. This position will focus on ensuring that high volumes of diverse material move from this centralized hub to the libraries it serves in an efficient manner. The coordinator’s responsibilities will include:
- Planning and prioritizing the daily workflow related to serials acquisitions and management responsibilities of the unit, developing routines, and communicating priorities accordingly to team members; maintaining related records and statistics.
- Initiating changes to systems and procedures and implementing and executing approved changes; collaborating with manager and staff in planning and implementing of new projects, work initiatives, policies, and procedures, while serving as a principal source of information on established technical/professional and administrative policies and procedures.
- Coordinating projects for large-scale annual conversion of subscriptions to online only format, in support of Harvard Library’s Digital First Collection Development priorities.
- Suggesting innovations and generating ideas for improving workflows and creating efficiencies.
Salary range: $60,000-$62,000 annually
To learn more and apply – https://sjobs.brassring.com/TGnewUI/Search/home/HomeWithPreLoad?partnerid=25240&siteid=5341&PageType=JobDetails&jobid=1964044
Stanford Law School’s Robert Crown Law Library seeks a collaborative,
innovative, and engaged Electronic Resources Librarian to plan,
implement, and manage all aspects of the electronic resource
Working under the supervision of the Associate Director for Technical
Services, the Electronic Resources Librarian maintains responsibility
for licensing and the management of electronic information resources
purchased by the law library, as well as the shared consortial
resources purchased collaboratively with Stanford University
Libraries. In a collaborative environment, this position assists in
planning and developing policies and workflows. The successful
candidate will work with diverse colleagues, members of the university
and vendors to resolve questions or problems related to the
acquisition of and access to electronic resources as well as evaluate
and monitor usage.
This position may have a flexible work arrangement with the
possibility to work as a hybrid worker with onsite and remote work
each week. Salary within this Stanford job classification range is
$66,100 to $132,100, depending on skills, experience, and work
The full posting and link to apply is available at
The Health Sciences and Human Services Library (HSHSL) at University of Maryland, Baltimore is recruiting for the Head, Resource Development and Sharing (RDS).
The Head of RDS provides vision and leadership for the Resource Sharing Unit (interlibrary loan and document delivery) and manages the UMB Digital Archive and the UMB Data Catalog. As a key member of the Resource Development and Access Division’s management team, this faculty librarian collaborates with faculty and staff within the HSHSL, with stakeholders throughout the University as well as local, regional, and national entities.
The HSHSL is actively committed to diversity within its community and welcomes applications from people with underrepresented backgrounds and identities. The HSHSL seeks professionals who are invested in creating an inclusive environment by embracing empathy, respect, and self-reflection, and who strive to incorporate those values in their work and interactions.
SALARY: $65,000 minimum, commensurate with experience.
For complete information and to apply, visit: https://umb.taleo.net/careersection/jobdetail.ftl?job=2200013J&lang=en
Best consideration will be given to completed applications received by August 19, 2022.
Emory University’s Robert W. Woodruff Library is seeking candidates for the Senior E-Resources Acquisitions Specialist position. The specialist is responsible for electronic and continuing resource maintenance processes and procedures including but not limited to creating purchase orders and preparing invoices for payment in the Alma library services platform. The specialist maintains up-to-date credentials and contact information for outside vendors and administrative sites and ensures the integrity of licensing data within ALMA by enriching order and holdings data, populating contract terms, and managing and organizing physical and digital license archives.
Emory University is a leading research university that fosters excellence and attracts world-class talent to innovate today and prepare leaders for the future. We welcome candidates who can contribute to the diversity and excellence of our academic community.
To see the full job posting and to apply, visit: https://staff-emory.icims.com/jobs/96488/senior-e-resources-acquisitions-specialist-%28university-library%29/job
Job No: 513803
Work Type: On Campus
Location: Normal, Illinois
Title: Copyright Librarian
Employee Classification: Program Coordinator
Department: Milner Library
Campus Location: Normal, IL
Proposed Starting Date: September 2022
Salary Rate / Pay Rate: $52,800 – $58,800 annually
The Copyright Librarian, reporting to the Scholarly Communication Librarian, has primary responsibility for helping faculty, staff, and students with questions and issues concerning all aspects of copyright in higher education instruction, scholarly and creative productivity, and publishing, with a secondary focus on broader scholarly communication topics. This highly collaborative position will work closely with the Scholarly Communication Librarian and the Scholarly Communications Team. This position is also Milner Library’s liaison to the Graduate School and is responsible for enhancing the learning and persistence of graduate students. This position is responsible for understanding and anticipating graduate students’ information and knowledge needs and facilitating their relationship to the library, its resources, and expertise of librarians. This position will also be responsible for providing reference services, classroom instruction, and individual consultations.
For more information or to apply, visit https://jobsearch.illinoisstate.edu/en-us/job/513803/copyright-librarian.
Description: Reporting to the Head of Scholarly Communication, the librarian in this position reports on, interprets, and visualizes data about library collections and their use in support of library strategic initiatives, including shared print preservation programs; diversifying library collections; the impact of textbook affordability and open access programs; and demand-driven, evidence-based, and/or other dynamic collections models. This librarian will also fulfill collection development, liaison, and outreach duties in order to enhance student learning, faculty research excellence, and scholarly communication practices in the assigned subject areas. The Collection Strategist and Assessment librarian participates in professional development and appropriate service on library, university, and professional committees. This is a 12 month, fixed-term permanent position.
Required Qualifications: Graduate degree in library or information science from an ALA-accredited institution or international equivalent. Demonstrated competence with data manipulation and quantitative analysis techniques. Demonstrated understanding of trends in library collection management. Knowledge of scholarly communication trends.
Salary: Recruitment starting at $50,000, commensurate with qualifications
We are most interested in finding the best candidate for the job. We encourage you to apply, even if you don’t believe you meet every one of our preferred qualifications.
Info and Apply: https://ecu.peopleadmin.com/postings/53725
JOB SEARCH RE-OPENED! The Mary and Jeff Bell Library at Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi (TAMU-CC) invites applications for the Director of Resource Management & Discovery. This position is responsible for overseeing collection management and providing leadership for the library’s Resource Management & Discovery Department. This is a non-tenure track faculty librarian position. The anticipated rank at time of hire is Associate Librarian; rank will be determined by experience brought to the position at the time of hire based on current procedure outlined in 12.07.99.C0.01 Fixed Term Faculty Members.
For list of responsibilities, required qualifications and to apply, visit – https://tamus.wd1.myworkdayjobs.com/en-US/TAMUCC_External/details/Associate-Librarian—Director–Resource-Management—Discovery_R-051503
Review of applications will begin Monday, August 1, 2022.
Minimum starting salary: $72,000. Salary will be determined upon qualifications and experience.
The University of San Diego’s (USD) Copley Library welcomes applications for Electronic and Continuing Resources Librarian. This 12-month tenure-track faculty position serves onsite in Copley’s newly renovated library.
The University of San Diego’s Copley Library seeks an energetic and enthusiastic individual for a 12-month tenure-track Electronic and Continuing Resources Librarian position. Reporting to the Dean of the University Library and working under the direction of the Head of Collections, Access, and Discovery, the Electronic and Continuing Resources Librarian is responsible for the acquisitions and management of print serials and electronic resources, including databases, journals, and ebooks for Copley Library. The librarian prepares e-resources and print serials workflow documentation and procedures, and trains and supervises two staff positions. The Electronic and Continuing Resources Librarian serves as liaison to one academic department.
Salary: Commensurate with experience; Minimum salary $77,000; Excellent Benefits
To learn more and apply – https://jobs.sandiego.edu/cw/en-us/job/495972/electronic-and-continuing-resources-librarian
This search will be open until filled.
The Cataloging Department of the University of Wisconsin–Madison’s General Library System, located on the shores of beautiful Lake Mendota, one of the world’s preeminent public research universities and an ARL member, is seeking a dynamic and innovative candidate to provide cataloging and metadata services for electronic resources in a variety of formats. Reporting to the E-Resources Cataloging Manager, the successful applicant will provide access to electronic resources to library users including through the batch processing of bulk-loaded records and development of automated processes.
Minimum $53,000 ANNUAL (12 months)
For more information, visit PVL# 262858-AS. Feel free to contact Nate Ebert at firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions.