The Ingalls Library of the Cleveland Museum of Art invites applications from motivated and innovative librarians to provide leadership and expertise for electronic resources, print serials, auction catalogs, and related activities. The Serials and Electronic Resources Librarian manages a department comprised of two para-professional staff and reports to the Director of Library and Archives. The department is responsible for the selection, acquisition, licensing, processing, access and ongoing maintenance of electronic resources, print serials and auction catalogs. The Serials and Electronic Resources Librarian reviews vendor performance, oversees the annual budget and ensures the quality of serials control records in the integrated library system (Aleph). The position plans for future storage and facility needs for serials and auction catalogs and provides reference service related to serials and electronic resources. The Serials and Electronic Resources Librarian is part of the Library and Archives Senior Staff and a member of the Technical Services Management Team.
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The University of Kansas Libraries seeks a knowledgeable, creative, and motivated individual for the position of Performing Arts and Humanities Librarian.
The successful candidate will be a member of the Content Development Department which is dedicated to the stewardship of the University of Kansas Libraries’ collections in the humanities, social sciences, and sciences. Members of the Content Development team work collaboratively to strategize about directions in managing the development and review of the Libraries’ collections to support University initiatives. The incumbent will steward and build collections supporting the research and curricular needs of faculty, staff, and students in music, music therapy/education, dance, theater, film, and other assigned disciplines in the humanities and/or social sciences. Particular emphasis will be given to the collections in the Thomas Gorton Music and Dance Library and the University of Kansas Sound Archive. The successful candidate will be proactive in evaluating and promoting innovative approaches to developing collections across all disciplines. Reporting to the Head of Content Development in the Content and Access Services Division, the librarian will provide in-depth research consultations and advanced information literacy workshops in all disciplines supported.
This is an unclassified academic staff position. Rank considerations are based on professional performance, research, and service experience. For the job description, qualifications and application instructions, please visit https://employment.ku.edu/academic/4396BR.
Review of applications begins on October 12, 2015.
Contact information to applicants: Leah Nelson, firstname.lastname@example.org
The Auraria Library, located on the Auraria Campus in downtown Denver, Colorado and administered by the University of Colorado Denver has Serials Specialist position (Temporary 9-month appointment). More details can be found at: http://library.auraria.edu/info/jobs/114550
The University Libraries at CU Boulder is looking for a library professional to join their team as the E-Resources Access Manager. This position contributes to meeting the Metadata Services Department’s and the Serials Acquisitions and Access Unit’s goals by responding flexibly and imaginatively to evolving demands placed on the Department. The key responsibilities include facilitating access to electronic library resources available to the University community, troubleshooting e-resource access issues, managing the Libraries OpenURL link resolver, preparing reports and gathering statistics, and developing and documenting procedures.
A major portion of the work performed is analytic and evaluative in nature. The position requires an understanding of knowledgebase construction and management; an understanding of the use of resource, license, contact, bibliographic, holdings, and item records; and an understanding of how the above mentioned records and knowledgebase interact with the Libraries link resolver, proxy server, catalog, and discovery layer to affect users’ experiences with library resources. More information can be found at: https://www.jobsatcu.com/postings/105974