Associate Librarian for Electronic Resources and Services, Georgetown University Law Library, Washington, DC

The Georgetown University Law Library is seeking applications for the position of Associate Librarian for Electronic Resources and Services. The Associate Librarian provides leadership and vision for library technology initiatives and applications. Individually and as a department head, the position manages, plans, implements, administers, and evaluates key technology-based library systems and services in order to support the research and educational mission and operations of the library and Law Center. The Associate Librarian represents the library within the campus and makes recommendations for the allocation, distribution, and implementation of technology resources and initiatives. The position maintains the highest level of knowledge of technology applications and best practices in the higher education and library environments. The position reports to the Law Library Director and supervises three librarians and one staff member. The Associate Librarian is a member of the senior management team and plays an active role in library planning and services.

Salary is commensurate with experience and qualifications. To apply for this position, please submit applications via the Georgetown University Human Resources Joblist web site using Job Number 20141834<>. Address applications to Stacy Queen, and include a cover letter, a current resume, and the names and contact information for three references. Review of applications will begin March 30, 2015.

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