Collections Analysis Librarian, University of Massachusetts Amherst


Librarian II

UMass Amherst, the Commonwealth’s flagship campus, is a nationally ranked public research university offering a full range of undergraduate, graduate and professional degrees. The University sits on nearly 1,450-acres in the scenic Pioneer Valley of Western Massachusetts, and offers a rich cultural environment in a bucolic setting close to major urban centers. In addition, the University is part of the Five Colleges (including Amherst College, Hampshire College, Mount Holyoke College, and Smith College), which adds to the intellectual energy of the region.

UMass Amherst Libraries make up the largest publicly supported research library in New England with more than eight million physical and digital items available to users. As a key partner in teaching, learning, and research at UMass Amherst and beyond, the Libraries foster a diverse, inclusive, and user-centered environment in which to engage with ideas and acquire the skills necessary for independent learning and critical thinking. We value collaborations and partnerships; diversity and inclusion; innovation and creativity; openness and transparency; and sustainability and stewardship.

Job Summary

The Collection Analysis Librarian is user focused, data-driven, and engages in processes that support decision making concerning the strategic acquisition, renewal, and retention of Library collections. The librarian also engages in systems integrations, records management and project management activities. Workflows include analyzing varied sources of collections-related data, presenting findings, and aggregating and manipulating large amounts of data from a myriad of sources.

Salary Information

Salary commensurate with experience. The Librarian II salary floor is $60, 500.00

For more information about the position and how to apply, please see the full posting at:

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Scholarly Communication and Copyright Librarian – Kansas State University Libraries, Manhattan, KS

Kansas State University Libraries invite applications and nominations for a creative, collaborative, and service-minded individual to join our Center for the Advancement of Digital Scholarship (CADS) as Scholarly Communication and Copyright Librarian. The individual in this position will have a primary focus of leading, educating, and providing outreach for copyright services, open access, and K-State’s Open/Alternative Textbook Initiative, and will help support the Center’s other services. This position reports to the CADS team lead in the Academic Services Department.

Full announcement

• Serve as primary contact for copyright and open licensing questions; maintain the copyright web presence and libguides.
• Provide outreach, education, workshops, promotion, and consultations to the campus community regarding copyright/fair use, authors’ rights, the institutional repository, publishing, including open/alternative educational resources, open access, and other scholarly communication topics.
• Develop programs, processes, and services that facilitate the discovery, adoption, creation, and adaptation of OERs; develop methods for assessing and reporting progress in adopting OERs and the library’s role in supporting and promoting their use.
• Serve as a core team member of the Open/Alternative Textbook Initiative team, coordinating the application process, reviewing and voting for grant awards, and maintaining documentation.
• Assist with New Prairie Press activities in the publication of journals, conferences, ebooks, and OER textbooks.
• Work independently and collaboratively with colleagues to meet current scholarly communication demands and discover future campus needs related to the creation and dissemination of digital scholarship.
• Initiate, build and nurture excellent relationships with a diverse community within the university, as well as external partners, in support of scholarly communication services.
• Stay abreast of emerging, innovative trends and technologies, standards, publishing models, scholarly communication developments and related legislative initiatives and evaluate their adaptation to improve the local environment.

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Humanities Liaison Librarian, Appalachian State University, Boone, NC

Title: Humanities Liaison Librarian

Minimum Qualifications:

  • ALA-accredited master’s degree or equivalent advanced degree.
  • Demonstrated commitment to diversity, equity and inclusion.
  • Knowledge of trends and best practices in academic library instruction.
  • Demonstrated commitment to user services.
  • Subject knowledge and experience with one or more humanities disciplines.
  • One or more years of teaching experience.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities

  • Participate in a robust library instruction program, providing in-person and online library instruction for the general education program and courses in the humanities, especially in the English Department.
  • Work collaboratively with university humanities and library faculty to develop innovative and effective approaches to strengthening student information literacy skills.
  • Develop relationships with faculty and in-depth knowledge of the curriculum and research of the assigned departments.
  • Collaboratively develop and participate in library outreach and engagement programs.
  • Develop and manage collections (electronic, multimedia, and print) in relevant disciplines to support the research and teaching needs of faculty and students.
  • Assist users in person and online with finding information, conducting research, and using the Library’s resources.
  • Engage with a dynamic university community using both traditional research methods and emerging modes of scholarship and pedagogies.
  • Meet library faculty guidelines for promotion and tenure, including requirements for scholarship and service to the library, the university, and the profession.

For more information and to apply:

For any questions, contact the Committee Chair, Hannah Pope at

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Electronic Resources and Serials Librarian, Augusta University, Summerville Campus, Augusta, GA

Electronic Resources and Serials Librarian
University Libraries, Reese Library, Summerville Campus

Reese Library of Augusta University invites applications for the position of Electronic Resources and Serials Librarian at the faculty rank of Librarian Instructor. Working under the direction of the Associate Director of Reese Library, this full-time, non-tenure track faculty position has the primary responsibility of managing daily operations related to licensing, negotiating, tracking, and providing access to e-resources and print serials within the broader context of the strategic plans and goals of the University Libraries as well as Augusta University.

• American Library Association (ALA)-accredited Master’s degree in Library Science.
• Experience with an integrated library system, particularly the acquisitions and cataloging modules; experience using spreadsheets.
• Excellent communication skills, both written and oral; strong analytical, problem solving, and organizational skills.
• Ability to work collaboratively in an academic community.

Preferred Requirements:
• Experience procuring, licensing, and managing e-resources and print serials.
• Experience dealing with technical changes that may affect user access to e-resources.
• Supervisory experience.
• Experience in library instruction.

This position has faculty rank and status (non-tenure track). Salary will be commensurate with qualifications and experience. Generous benefits include a competitive health package, Tuition Assistance Program, campus wellness facilities, Perks at Work discount program, Teachers’ Retirement System, and other retirement options. Support for professional development is also available.

In order to be formally considered for employment at Augusta University, applications must be submitted electronically and must include a letter of interest, current curriculum vitae, and names of three professional references.

Review of applications will begin immediately and continue until the position is filled.

Please submit as one document at

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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: (

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Director, Scholarly Connections, Drexel University Libraries, Philadelphia, PA

The Director, Scholarly Connections, provides administrative leadership in implementing a core strategic direction that extends the Libraries’ staff expertise in library and information science, archival and records management; and its professional knowledge networks and services to integrate academic experiences with Drexel’s strengthened connections to scholarship. Through the Libraries’ matrixed organizational management, the Director leads staff throughout the Libraries to extend the value of scholarly publications, sharable research data and archival collections. The Director provides direct supervision to three managers who lead evolving programs for archives and digital assets repositories, scholarly communications, and data management advisory services.

Reporting to the Dean of Libraries, the entrepreneurial administrator strategically leads collaborations among staff, vendors, faculty, administrators and researchers to design, acquire and continually improve effective systems, licenses, and responsive advisory service support to ensure access to authoritative scholarly resources. The Libraries’ responsibility for information access encompasses purchased, licensed and archived collections, emerging open scholarly communication venues, and Drexel-generated research output in support of teaching, learning and research.

Leadership responsibilities for the Drexel University Libraries are shared broadly among the Libraries senior managers, who include three Directors and the Dean of Libraries comprising the Strategic Leadership Group, and an additional 14 program managers constituting the Managerial Leadership Group. Together the SLG works as a collaborative team to shape and continually evolve the Libraries’ strategic directions and resource allocations to be a dynamic partner in the intellectual life of the University. Each Director has a holistic understanding of the library organization, its mission, strategic priorities and practices, which permit any one of them to make decisions in the absence of the Dean about the daily management of the Libraries. Each has a portfolio of unique administrative responsibilities for which s/he brings expertise, knowledge of current trends, professional contacts and a perspective responsive to the campus community’s needs. In addition to scholarly connections, the portfolios of unique administrative responsibilities include self-directed learning and information services for one director, and organizational infrastructure for the other.

Interested, qualified applicants may apply at: (

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