Electronic Resources Management Librarian, University of Chicago, Chicago, IL

The University of Chicago Library seeks an innovative, forward-thinking, and service-oriented individual for the position of Electronic Resources Librarian. Reporting to the Head of Acquisitions Services, the Librarian supports the teaching and learning objectives of the University of Chicago through the life cycle management of electronic resources. Responsibilities include: licensing support; subscription renewals and maintenance; provision of access to e-resources, including troubleshooting; collecting and analyzing data and assisting with report preparation; contributing to ongoing review and documentation of workflows for efficiency and effectiveness; staying current with emerging trends and best practices related to e-resources. The position oversees the work of 3 FTE clerical staff and additional student staff; collaborates with staff in Technical Services, Campus and Library IT services, Research, and Access services; plays an integral role in supporting the management of the e-resource lifecycle. The position will have an opportunity to participate in the development and implementation of new resource management functionality in the FOLIO Library Services Platform. The position participates on committees, task forces, and special projects as appropriate.

For full information and to apply, visit https://tinyurl.com/y654dk6b

Contact Kara Hastings, HR Generalist, khastingsATuchicago.edu with questions. Review of applications will begin March 15, 2019.

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