The St. John’s University Libraries seeks applications from innovative candidates to act as its Scholarly Communication and Data Curation Librarian. Reporting to the Dean of University Libraries, the Scholarly Communication and Data Curation Librarian will support scholarly communication and data curation endeavors of faculty, researchers, students, staff, and librarians working locally and globally. The successful candidate will be responsible for supporting library-led initiatives including the development and management of an institutional repository and development and implementation of an electronic theses and dissertations (ETD) program. The Librarian will provide leadership in the area of data curation on behalf of the Libraries and work with faculty researchers to identify, recruit, ingest and deposit data in the library’s digital repository. The successful candidate will play a significant role in outreach to the research community to deposit data in the digital repository and the creation of training programs, help guides and web resources to support this effort. The Librarian will also be responsible for providing leadership in areas related to digital publishing, copyright, intellectual property, open access, open education and other emerging trends in digital scholarship. The individual will monitor trends and developments in scholarly communication and act as a liaison to national efforts in the area (such as SPARC and HathiTrust). The incumbent will also develop outreach and educational programs that promote scholarly communication in furtherance of both the University and Libraries mission. This tenure track faculty position requires self-motivated and continual learning, professional development, and application of additional expertise in these and related areas.
The St. John’s University Libraries is committed to teaching and learning and provides content-based information resources, instructional services, and other support in the most effective formats for University programs and student and faculty research. The Libraries provide the foundation for the University’s mission of academic excellence and lifelong learning. St. John’s University is one of America ‘s leading metropolitan Catholic universities – recognized for its superb academic programs, diverse community, and New York vitality. Founded in 1870 by the Vincentian Community, St. John’s has distinguished itself by giving students the knowledge, skills and confidence to serve others while achieving lasting success – personally, professionally and spiritually. Our students can study at any of our three NYC locations (Queens, Staten Island and Manhattan), and also at our international campuses in Rome, Italy, and Paris, France, with other study abroad locations around the world.
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Library Electronic Resource Management Coordinator
The California State University, Bakersfield Library has a position available for Library ERM Coordinator.
Detailed vacancy announcement and application procedures are available at: https://www.csub.edu/facultyaffairs/_files/TT-LIB-Elect-Resource-Mgmt-2017.pdf
The College Libraries at SUNY Potsdam are reorganizing our technical services functions, and hiring an Electronic Resources and Serials Librarian to support the core functions of discovery, access, and management of information resources.
SUNY Potsdam has defied expectations since 1816, focusing on teaching, learning, and creative innovation through the nation’s first school of Music Education, a proud tradition of teacher education, and a remarkable school of Arts and Sciences. We are simultaneously one of SUNY’s most-watched creative campuses AND second-best in SUNY’s comprehensive colleges for students enrolled in STEM fields – and we’re chasing down first place. The College Libraries have adopted a mission focused on forging dynamic partnerships, empowering our vibrant and diverse academic community to do thoughtful research, explore new ideas, and collaborate effectively. Because we are aware that we are a historically white and historically regional college that has an increasingly diverse population, we are working to understand our differences as we integrate students from beautiful rural upstate New York with students from the vibrant urban environments of downstate New York, preparing all of our community members to live global lives.
As a part of this community, the Electronic Resources and Serials librarian will provide expertise in managing the libraries’ electronic and print subscriptions, and the technologies necessary to maintain and access those resources. As a holistic member of the library staff, the librarian’s responsibilities may include face to face or online research assistance, information literacy instruction, and/or collection development, building on the strengths and interests of the successful candidate. Library faculty are also expected and encouraged to engage with the academic and student life of the campus through committee, teaching, or other service opportunities, and current library faculty have built a strong reputation as valued members of our community through these kinds of service engagements.
For more details on the libraries, the position, and to submit an application, please visit
Deadline: March 15, 2017
Gettysburg College’s Musselman Library invites a service-oriented librarian to join its growing Scholarly Communications department. Our library is a dynamic organization where every staff member makes a difference. We serve a small, liberal arts community of 2,600 students.
The Scholarly Communications Librarian plays a key role in providing and expanding library services related to open access, Open Educational Resources, and library publishing. This newly-created position will oversee sustainable growth and management of our established institutional repository, The Cupola, as well as promotion, outreach, and education for various campus constituents. The position will provide primary support for library publishing activities, which currently include five undergraduate journals. The position will also provide education and support to faculty who adopt, adapt, and create Open Educational Resources. This librarian joins a growing department dedicated to supporting scholarly communications and digital scholarship.
Like all librarians, the Scholarly Communications Librarian will participate actively in collection development, serve as liaison to one or more academic departments, serve on library committees, participate in a weekly rotation at the research help desk, and benefit from continuing education and professional development opportunities. This librarian reports to the Assistant Dean and Director of Scholarly Communications. The salary is competitive and is complemented with a superior benefits package.
For more details, https://gettysburg.peopleadmin.com/postings/2037
BookOps is the shared technical services collaboration between the Brooklyn Public Library and the New York Public Library. BookOps coordinates the selection, acquisition, cataloging, processing and distribution of library materials for the BookOps member libraries.
Acquisitions is responsible for order verification, invoicing and payment for the Research and Circulating collections of the New York Public Library and the Brooklyn Public Library.
Under the direction of the Acquisitions Coordinator of E-Resources and Serials, works with Electronic Resources Coordinator in Selection and BookOps member libraries’ Collection Liaisons on new projects and initiatives to fulfill institutional goals.
- Supports all activities associated with the acquisitions and management of electronic resources.
- Coordinates the technical set-up of new acquisitions, prepares trials, and keeps account of renewals for E-Resource materials.
- Supervises the Acquisitions Staff in timely processing of E-Resource Invoices via the Integrated Library System (ILS).
- Provides maintenance for any BookOps member libraries knowledge base and electronic resources management system (ERM), whether commercial, homegrown, or open source, as concerns e-journal listings, e-book title lists, link resolvers, and MARC record services.
- Interfaces with cataloging colleagues to make sure bibliographic records for e-resources are delivered in a timely manner, meet institutional standards, and have accurate technical specifications for patron access.
- Partners with Serials Supervisor Librarian on maintenance and common issues related to electronic journal subscriptions.
- Troubleshoots vendor/provider related access issues.
- Collects usage data for statistical and management reports for the better monitoring of usage and works with E-Resources and Serials Coordinator on the design and presentation of these reports.
- Works with IT and/or telephone/chat reference groups to provide necessary support to staff and patrons.
- Assists E-Resources and Serials Coordinator and SimplyE team with ensuring vendor compliance with technical requirements for NYPL’s SimplyE app and other future institutional reading and discovery initiatives.
- Participates in forums, represents BookOps member libraries at events and monitors and communicates development and trends in downloadable and other E-Resources.
- Performs related duties as required.
For more information and to apply, visit https://jobs-nypl.icims.com/jobs/9531/electronic-resources-supervisor%2c-%28supervising-librarian%29/job .
The University of Colorado Denver’s Auraria Library seeks an E-Resources Access Librarian who will lead the Library’s efforts to meet the challenges of accessing and managing electronic resources. This non-tenure track instructor position will focus on streamlining the access and discovery of learning materials to promote new forms of scholarly communication and foster the acquisitions-to-discovery workflow vision of a 21st century academic library. This dynamic, experienced, and service-oriented librarian will be an integral member of the Resource Management Department, which oversees the acquisition, cataloging, metadata, troubleshooting and access to all of Auraria Library’s purchased content.
The E-Resources Access Librarian has primary leadership responsibility for maintaining and troubleshooting access to Auraria Library’s electronic materials. Over 80% of the Library’s $3.6M Learning Materials budget is dedicated to electronic resources. As the purchasing of these resources grows, more and more attention must be paid to their maintenance. In addition, a vast number of Auraria Library’s patrons access the Library’s electronic resources from off-campus. This position is committed to maintaining awareness of trends and ongoing developments in areas related to the entire life cycle of electronic resources. This position collaborates with and represents the interests of Auraria Library to library and campus-wide committees, national organizations, and other institutions as needed. This position directly supervises the E-Resources Cataloging Librarian and one student assistant. This position reports to the Resource Management, Department Head.
For more information about the position and to apply, visit https://cu.taleo.net/careersection/2/jobdetail.ftl?job=08502 .
Screening Date: This position is open until filled. For full consideration, apply by March 8, 2017.
California State University, Bakersfield seeks a productive and effective librarian for Electronic Resource Management Coordinator (ERM).
Reporting directly to the Dean of the Library, the ERM Coordinator will work collaboratively with users, library colleagues, vendors, and CSU Chancellor’s Office personnel to provide, manage, and maintain timely access to all the library’s electronic resources including subscription databases, full-text article links, e-books, and other e-resources; implement and provide easy access to all e-resource usage data and analysis.
For more information about the position and application procedures, visit https://www.csub.edu/facultyaffairs/_files/TT-LIB-Elect-Resource-Mgmt-2017.pdf .