Technical Services Coordinator, Assistant Librarian (Drury University, Missouri)

Technical Services Coordinator, Assistant Librarian (Drury University, Missouri)
F. W. Olin Library, Drury University, invites a user-oriented librarian to join us in building and managing library technology services that support student learning and faculty teaching.  The Technical Services Coordinator reports to the Director of Library and Information Services and will be the principal administrator for the Technical Services Department including acquisitions, serials, preservation, the integrated library system, and digitization projects.  Working with the Head of Cataloging and technical services staff, the Technical Services Coordinator will help to establish policies, standards, and procedures for bibliographic control of materials in all formats; establish and monitor workflows; perform technical services work as required; and assume future supervision of the integrated library system (III’s Millennium).  The Technical Services Coordinator will be assigned liaison responsibilities for math and science departments.  For the full job description, see: www.drury.edu/academicopenings. The position begins May 2012.  Salary is competitive and commensurate with experience.  Applications will be accepted until November 15, 2011.  To apply, submit a letter of interest, current resume or curriculum vitae, and contact information for three professional references, as a Word or PDF email attachment, to: Polly Boruff-Jones Director of Library and Information Services Chair, Technical Services Coordinator Search Committee TechServCoor@gmail.com AA/EO

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