Electronic Collections Librarian (Utah State University Libraries)

Utah State University Libraries invites applications for the position of Electronic Collections Librarian. The successful candidate will join a friendly, innovative, and collaborative library team committed to open inquiry and excellent service in a popular, award-winning, high-tech library building. Reporting to the Head of Collection Development, this tenure-track position will provide leadership, expertise, and excellent public service in managing the USU Libraries’ electronic collections.

 

Utah State University offers a rich benefits package which includes medical and dental coverage, 14.2% of your annual gross earnings contributed into a retirement program, 22 days’ vacation and 12 days of sick leave each year, reduced tuition of 50% for employee and dependents, and much more. See: http://www.usu.edu/hr/ for a full list of benefits. The Library provides generous support for professional development and travel.

Utah State University is a multi-campus land-grant institution serving a student population of 29,000. The main campus is situated in the beautiful Cache Valley 80 miles north of Salt Lake City and offers an affordable cost of living and a variety of outdoor recreational opportunities with access to many national parks and ski resorts. The university is a place of diverse thought, with first-rate cultural offerings provided by talented members of the university community and visiting artists and researchers.

For more information and application instructions, go here: http://jobs.usu.edu/applicants/Central?quickFind=57058

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