Electronic Resources Librarian – University of North Florida

Electronic Resources Librarian
The Thomas G. Carpenter Library at the University of North Florida in Jacksonville, Florida invites applications for the position of Electronic Resources Librarian. This is an entry level position under the direct supervision of the Head of Acquisitions.
Works cooperatively with designated staff and consortia for the procurement, management, and access of electronic resources.
Maintains the Library’s knowledge base in the Serials Solutions Client Center
Facilitates the licensing of e-resources by reviewing contracts, overseeing the library portion of the license process, and developing skill in negotiating with vendors for best prices and terms of use
Develops expert knowledge on issues related to e-resources
Collects and analyzes data to evaluate usage, provide reports, and make recommendations for collection management
Participates in reference service and the library liaison program as a member of the Library faculty
Required Qualifications:
MLS degree or equivalent from an ALA-accredited master’s program
Working knowledge of bibliographic or metadata tools
Demonstrated commitment to customer service and collaboration
Ability to work independently, on time and with minimum supervision
Strong communication skills
Successful team work
Preferred Qualifications:
Work experience in an academic library or with acquisitions/serials
Proficiency in the use of electronic resources
Demonstrated knowledge of established and emerging standards relating to electronic serials,
E-resource management and license agreements
Familiarity with proxy access.
Experience with Aleph 500 by ExLibris Inc.
Experience with Serials Solutions products and services or other electronic resource management systems
Experience with statistical analysis
Experience with Microsoft Excel and/or Access.

For information about the position, instructions for applying and the library, UNF and Jacksonville, see http://www.unf.edu/library/info/ERLInformation.html

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