Scholarly Communication Librarian and Research Services Coordinator, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, MN

The University of Minnesota Libraries invites applications for an innovative and collaborative librarian to serve in a key role in scholarly communication and research services for engineering and the physical sciences.  This position will be part of the Physical Sciences and Engineering (PSE) department, one of five units that comprise the University Libraries’ Research and Learning Division.  The position will report to the Physical Sciences and Engineering Director.

Primary responsibilities include serving in a Libraries lead role for scholarly communications services, assuming the leadership role in PSE in coordinating and educating liaisons and staff in areas of research support services, working closely with faculty and students to enhance their changing workflows and patterns of research, dissemination, and management and preservation of research data, actively engaging with a diverse community of faculty, students, and staff in select departments, developing strong working relationships, building and managing library collections in select subject areas, partnering with faculty and graduate teaching assistants to integrate information literacy concepts and skills into the curriculum, and contributing to the goals and strategic initiatives of the Libraries through leadership of and/or active participation in committees, working groups, and task forces.

This is a full-time, 12-month, continuous-appointment track, academic professional position with probationary appointment at the Assistant or Associate Librarian level.

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