PASCAL is looking for a team-oriented person with a strong background managing electronic resource licensing, collections development or acquisitions; outstanding analytic, planning and communication skills; and an adventurous spirit.
The Shared Content and Licensing Librarian will play a leading role in planning and implementing collaborative collections initiatives and coordinating consortium-wide licensing activities. Our goal is to bring greater unity to collections while creating efficiencies in securing content for member libraries.
This is a position in a dynamic environment with rich opportunities for professional growth and making an impact. You can play an important role in helping to integrate both current and emerging programs as South Carolina re-engineers its statewide electronic library for higher education to respond more powerfully to 21st century academic library imperatives. Learn more about PASCAL: http://pascalsc.org.
Read the full announcement and information on how to apply: http://agency.governmentjobs.com/sc/job_bulletin.cfm?JobID=1745781
*PLEASE NOTE: One frequently asked question about our positions involves the state’s “job-type” description for PASCAL jobs as “Temporary Grant” positions. This is required for positions that are not funded using state-appropriated funds. PASCAL positions are funded by the membership and the consortium considers this a permanent staff position.
Harvard Library is currently seeking candidates for the position of Head of Electronic Resources:
Harvard Library seeks a dynamic, imaginative, and collaborative leader to guide and evolve Harvard Library’s management of electronic resources. Applying their solid record of leadership and vision across Harvard’s vast online collections, the Electronic Resources Strategist and Head, Electronic Resources will guide the development of a unified strategy, best practices, and workflows for managing fee-based and open access electronic resources that encompasses all library components of the online content ecosystem: collection development, technical services, and scholarly communication.
For more information or to apply for this role (requisition 41993BR), please visit: http://bit.ly/2qphA5i
The Library of the University of California, Berkeley seeks a creative, collaborative, and diligent individual to join our growing team supporting the campus with needs related to scholarly communication, copyright, and research-related information policy matters.
The Library’s Office of Scholarly Communication Services (OSCS), established in 2016 and led by the Scholarly Communication Officer, helps scholars use, create, and publish scholarly information by providing guidance and support throughout the knowledge lifecycle.
Reporting to OSCS’ Scholarly Communication Officer and serving as a key member of the scholarly communication program, the Scholarly Communication & Copyright Librarian will bear the following essential job duties:
- Consults with faculty, researchers, and students regarding scholarly communication and copyright-related research needs;
- Supports faculty, staff, and students with services, outreach, and instruction related to scholarly communication and publishing, including: copyright fair use and permissions; author rights; text & data mining; data publishing and licensing; information policy; research impact; institutional repositories and scholarly publishing platforms; affordable course content and open educational resources (OERs);
- Advances Library efforts to develop and promote copyright education programs and copyright best practices among faculty, researchers, and students;
- Helps advise UC Berkeley faculty, staff, and students on submission of works to the UC system’s repository, eScholarship.org, and compliance with federal or funder access mandates;
- Serves as a Library & campus resource on issues related to open access scholarship and affordable course content or OERs, and conducts outreach and educational programming on these topics;
- Works with liaisons/subject librarians to develop educational materials and provide relevant outreach and programming to increase awareness about scholarly communication issues;
- Helps maintain OSCS reporting efforts, and develop and execute OSCS strategic directions;
- Monitors and reports on trends, legal requirements, and best practices regarding scholarly communication, public access to research and data, copyright-related scholarly publishing issues, and OERs;
- Participates in the Library’s Scholarly Communication Expertise Group and relevant Library- or campus-wide entities; and
- Contributes to OSCS’ web presence, tools, and materials.
For more information and to apply, visit https://aprecruit.berkeley.edu/apply/JPF01365.
Clemson University Libraries seeks a candidate for its Library Faculty Fellows Program. This three-year visiting faculty position provides an opportunity for recent graduates from underrepresented groups to gain professional experience as an academic librarian in a supportive and collegial environment. This program is designed to meet both the professional goals and interests of the Fellow as well as the service and operational priorities of the Library, and to encourage the involvement of diverse populations in academic librarianship. The successful candidate will primarily work with two teams within the Libraries: Library Technology and Government Documents, to acquire core competencies and skills in open government data, collection management, and metadata and digital media projects.
This position will be supervised by the Head of Library Technology. Clemson Libraries is an active participant in the Association of Southeastern Research Libraries (ASERL) Collaborative Federal Depository Program (CFDP) as a Center of Excellence through which the library actively curates material from the U. S. National Park Service, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, and the U.S. Forest Service. Clemson also directly partners with the National Park Service to support the Open Parks Network, a comprehensive digital repository of over 350,000 cultural heritage items from the archives of more than 20 national park sites, in addition to 1.5 million pages of government documents housed in Clemson Libraries.
The position requires a three year commitment to begin ideally no later than August 2017. The salary range is $53,000 – $55,000. Compensation packets will also include insurance benefits and professional development funds.
For a full description, qualifications, and application instructions, see https://apply.interfolio.com/41932
The Ohio State University Libraries (OSUL) seeks a dynamic librarian for the position of Mary P. Key Diversity Resident. OSU Libraries’ two-year Mary P. Key Diversity Residency Program provides mentorship for a successful transition from academic training to research librarianship, provides hands-on exposure in many areas of the University Libraries, and contributes to advancing diversity initiatives for both the academic librarianship profession and The Ohio State University Libraries.
This is a full-time, two-year visiting faculty (non-tenure track) position. As a Visiting Faculty member, the Resident is strongly encouraged to engage in professional research and publication. The Resident will provide a faculty annual report as well as periodic reports to the Diversity Committee to track progress on established objectives. Salary is commensurate based on qualifications and experience.
Applications will be accepted until the position is filled. Preference will be given to applications received by June 4, 2017. Please send cover letter, CV, references, salary history and requirements to Patrick Schell at email@example.com. Please include the position title in the subject field. Contact Information: Patrick Schell, Human Resources, 1858 Neil Avenue Mall, Columbus, OH 43210, 614-292-5917
The Ohio State University (OSU) Libraries seeks a dynamic librarian for the position of Mary P. Key Diversity Resident. OSU Libraries’ two-year Mary P. Key Diversity Residency Program provides mentorship for a successful transition from academic training to research librarianship, provides hands-on exposure in many areas of the University Libraries, and contributes to advancing diversity initiatives for both the academic librarianship profession and The Ohio State University Libraries.
This Resident will advance the understanding of OSUL special collections as resources for cultural diversity inquiry. Through innovative research services, the Resident will connect our distinctive collections to curricular opportunities where special collections can enlighten, inspire, and enhance a deep understanding of diversity. Reporting to the Head of Thompson Library Special Collections, the Resident will work in close collaboration with the Head of Research Services, Head of Teaching and Learning, as well as with colleagues in the Billy Ireland Cartoon Library and Museum, University Archives, and Area Studies.
Applications will be accepted until the position is filled. Preference will be given to applications received by June 4, 2017. Please send cover letter, CV, references, salary history and requirements to Patrick Schell at firstname.lastname@example.org. Please include the position title in the subject field.
The Scholarly Communications and Copyright Librarian leads the planning, coordination, analysis and implementation of service models that focus on the provision of scholarly communications and copyright services for the UBC community. This role provides information, campus instruction and consulting services on digital publishing and scholarship including intellectual property rights, copyright, fair dealing, other use rights, open access and related open scholarship initiatives to UBC users. Other activities related to these areas of expertise include building awareness and developing policies, procedures and best practices.
The Digital Initiatives unit is a key part of UBC Library’s effort to adapt to the evolving needs of faculty and students and to support teaching, research and learning at UBC. Our goal is to create sustainable, world-class programs and processes to make the collections and research at UBC available to the world and to ensure the authentic, long-term preservation of these digital holdings for the future. The Digital Initiatives portfolio includes digitization, scholarly communications and copyright and digital repository services.
We are seeking applications from Librarians with up to 5 years of experience. However, all internal candidates will be considered regardless of years of experience and are encouraged to apply.
To view the complete job description and to submit an application, please visit the UBC Careers page at http://www.hr.ubc.ca/careers-postings/faculty.php by midnight on June 8, 2017.