Librarian, Online Resources and Acquisitions, Drexel University Libraries, Philadelphia, PA

Reporting to the Manager, Information Access, the Librarian manages the Online Resources and Acquisitions program and coordinates support of access to the Libraries’ owned, licensed, and other selected resources with other programs. This program is responsible for the ordering, processing, coordination of access points for, and management of online resources for the Drexel University Libraries (DUL), including the tools and services used to manage them. The Librarian also oversees acquisitions for physical formats for the Libraries, which comprise less than two percent of the Libraries’ information resources budget.

The position provides managerial leadership for staff assisting clients with finding and accessing online resources and troubleshooting access issues and works collaboratively with selectors and the Libraries’ fiscal team. The Librarian supervises two staff and participates in Drexel University Libraries’ Managerial Leadership Group (MLG). Managerial leaders operationalize the Libraries’ obligations to contribute to the University’s mission and strategically approach services from a Service Quality Improvement perspective. As program manager, the Librarian also identifies, tracks, and reports performance metrics that describe the outcomes and impact of the Online Resources and Acquisitions program.

Interested, qualified applicants may apply at: (https://careers.drexel.edu/en-us/job/492752/librarian-iii-online-resource)

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