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The University of San Francisco Gleeson Library | Geschke Center seeks
an engaged, creative, and forward-thinking information professional with
excellent technical and communication skills to join the catalog
department. Under the direction of the Head of Cataloging and Metadata
Management, the Electronic & Continuing Resources Catalog Librarian will
work collaboratively with colleagues in the Cataloging, Acquisitions,
Library Systems, and Reference departments to support seamless access to
library resources within a dynamic discovery environment.
Director, Technical Services Group (FA024z)
The George Mason University Libraries seeks a creative and dynamic Director, Technical Services. We are seeking an expert, forward-looking and motivated individual to lead talented library faculty and staff toward the future of technical services. The Technical Services Group was recently re-organized into Resource Acquisition (all formats), Resource Description & Metadata Services, a Payments Unit, and the Gifts-in-Kind Program. Annual workload typically involves cataloging 40,000 books/other research items; managing orders for 1,800 print/28,000 electronic journals, and 800 digital databases; and managing access to 1.3+ million e-books and 130,000 e-journals. The Technical Services Group currently comprises 25 staff, including seven faculty (librarians), 18 full-time paraprofessionals (plus 2.5 FTE student assistants). This position has six direct reports, including three paraprofessionals and three faculty. Continue reading
To ensure access to the authoritative data and information resources the University requires for learning, scholarship, and research, Drexel University Libraries has responsibility for making cost effective expenditure decisions to purchase or license materials. We seek a collaborative and user-focused professional to analyze usage and modes of access to resources. This new position deepens our commitment to effective evidence-based decision-making.
The Data Analyst for Resource Access is a creative and analytic thinker who will monitor and analyze the continued growth and increasing impact of the Libraries’ collections and services. Under the supervision of Director of Library Services & Quality Improvement, the Data Analyst for Resource Access gathers and analyzes qualitative and quantitative data; applies service quality techniques and assessment practices. This position is a key part of a matrixed team including directors, selectors, managers, acquisitions interlibrary loan, and access staff and also provides general support for other collections-related staff and projects.
For more information and to apply, visit http://www.drexeljobs.com/applicants/Central?quickFind=79695.
Duqesne University seeks a Digital Scholarship Librarian. This position incorporates support for digital scholarship into the library’s program of services that support teaching, learning and research. Manages the Electronic Thesis and Dissertation filing process. Facilitates the use of library content for digital scholarship creation by faculty and students; serves as a resource on digital scholarship for other librarians; and keeps abreast of innovations in scholarly communication. Works collaboratively to develop the library’s digital resources. Represents the library in campus discussions of implementing an institutional repository. Participates in reference, outreach, information literacy instruction, collection development, and liaison activities.
For more information and to apply, visit http://apply.interfolio.com/29755.
Wheaton College seeks a Director of Scholarly Information Resources. This position supports teaching and learning by managing services focused around the identification, acquisition, creation, curation, and publication of scholarly information resources. The successful candidate will have a firm grasp of current scholarly information available via print or e-publishing options while also focusing on new models of discovery, creation, curation, and access beyond ownership, including digitization, open access research, digital humanities archives, institutional repositories, institutional publishing, data mining initiatives, open educational resources (OERs), and consortial collaborations. This position works closely with faculty to encourage the use of traditional and evolving scholarly information resources.
For more information and to apply, visit https://jobs.wheatoncollege.edu/postings/1421.
The Caltech Library is recruiting an Acquisitions and Electronic Resources Librarian to provide leadership for materials acquisitions and electronic resources management for the Caltech Library.
The Acquisitions and Electronic Resources Librarian is a member of the Research Services department, which is composed of 9 librarians and 2 support staff. The department staff supports five programmatic areas: collection management; outreach, instruction and reference services; repository services; acquisitions; and metadata. An acquisitions, processing and catalog maintenance team of 3 staff manages the Library’s largely electronic $3.25 million materials budget and performs metadata and e-resources management work to support discovery and access. The Librarian works closely with subject librarians, Access and Fulfillment staff, and the Library Business Administrator to support data-driven, innovative strategies to maximize the impact of the library’s’ collections budget to provide the needed scholarly research materials for the Caltech community.
For more information and to apply, visit https://jobs.caltech.edu/postings/2986.