The University Libraries at Augusta University are building a team of collaborative, forward-thinking colleagues dedicated to providing excellent services to students, faculty, and community. The primary focus of this non-tenure track faculty position is to serve as Associate Director of Reese Library, serving a primarily undergraduate campus of Augusta University. The successful candidate will be technologically sophisticated, committed to problem solving, collegial, and dedicated to building the university into a comprehensive research university. The position oversees management of the unit, supervising approximately 25 faculty and staff.
Responsibilities include working with the Director of Libraries and other campus administrators, students, faculty, and staff to ensure the highest levels of professional library services and academic support; recruiting, developing, and retaining qualified and engaged academic support employees; supporting the library faculty in their teaching, research, and student learning objectives; and promoting the use of library facilities and resources, recognizing that Reese Library exists within national, university, and local communities.
The minimum requirements include an American Library Association (ALA)-accredited Master’s degree, proven leadership skills, and knowledge of management of a Federal Depository Library Program (FDLP) and experience with Ex Libris Alma.
For more information and to apply, visit https://erecruit.augusta.edu/psp/hrp461/SS/HRSS/c/HRS_HRAM.HRS_CE.GBL.
The University of Richmond Libraries invites applications for the position of Head, Budget, Acquisitions and Discovery Services. Reporting to the University Librarian as part of the University of Richmond Libraries’ senior administrative team, the Head, Budget, Acquisitions and Discovery Services serves as the strategic financial partner and chief financial steward for the University of Richmond Libraries by overseeing the library’s work in acquiring, processing, cataloging and accessioning collections. Provides and pursues exemplary, data- and assessment-informed stewardship of library funds, which exceed $7million annually. Directs staff responsible for licensing and purchasing materials for the collections, cataloging, metadata and systems support for discovery of collections. Advances the mission of the organization, and ensures that the organization’s staff receive high quality administrative support in a manner compliant with University policies and procedures. Directs and plans the comprehensive business affairs of the Libraries, including management and analysis of Library Division budgets, financial results, and regulatory compliance.
Please apply online at https://hr.richmond.edu/careers/ and browse the openings, select the position, and attach requested documents. The onsite interview with finalists will include a presentation related to the position’s responsibilities. Review of applications will begin May 18, 2018 and continue until the position is filled. The projected start date for the position is August 2018.
The Head of the Collection Development and Acquisitions Section has primary responsibility for building the modern NLM collection of biomedical literature and other resources according to the guidelines of the Collection Development Manual of the National Library of Medicine. The Section selects materials for the NLM collection in a challenging scientific publishing environment including providing journal selection and processing support for the NLM literature databases PubMed Central and MEDLINE. Section staff provide initial bibliographic control for resources selected; acquire materials in all formats from sources worldwide; process materials for the collection; and license and manage access to electronic resources. The incumbent will oversee the NLM literature budget of approximately $12.5 million dollars and provide policy support for the Library’s collecting guidelines. S/he will serve on working groups within NLM and represent NLM to various professional and government organizations. When fully staffed, the Section has 34 professional librarians, technical information specialists and library technical support personnel.
Applications will be accepted beginning on April 18 at the links below.
Supervisory Librarian (DE)
DE stands for delegated examining. All U.S. citizens are eligible.
Supervisory Librarian (MP)
MP stands for merit promotion. Applicants must be qualified current or former federal employees or VEOA eligible.
Penfield Library at the State University of New York at Oswego invites applications for the position of Acquisitions Librarian. The Acquisitions Librarian will provide strong leadership and vision for the acquisition of library materials at a medium sized academic library undergoing exciting organizational and technological change.
Description of Responsibilities:
- Lead and provide vision for the acquisitions function, including establishing and communicating priorities and procedures and seeking ways to improve services and achieve efficiencies
- Manage the workflow of acquisitions in accordance with overall library goals and industry standards: conduct pre-order searching, ordering, receipt and verification of materials; monitor expenditures and fund allocations for all collections budgets; provide fiscal information and reports as needed
- Manage, train, and directly supervise staff
- Establish, evaluate, and maintain productive relationships with publishers, vendors, and consortial partners
- Manage process change and workflow shifts during migration to a new library services platform (Ex Libris Alma) and organizational changes
- Integrate acquisitions with cataloging workflows and act in a backup capacity for Cataloging/Serials functions
- Serve as liaison to assigned academic departments, with responsibility for subject specialized collection development and instruction
- Participate in Research Help Desk rotation for on-site and virtual reference, including some evening and weekend shifts
- Engage in educational opportunities and work to increase awareness and understanding of diversity and inclusion
Review of applications will begin immediately and will continue until the position is filled.
The Mississippi State University (MSU) Libraries seek applicants for an entry-level tenure-track, Assistant Professor position. This position contributes to the development of a virtual research database by performing original and complex adaptive cataloging of monographic materials representing all subject matter and all formats according to RDA, AACR2, Library of Congress-Program for Cooperative Cataloging Policy Statements (LC-PCC PSs), LC classification, LC Subject Headings, and MARC21 formats. This position reports to the Coordinator of Monographic Cataloging.
For complete information and to apply, visit http://explore.msujobs.msstate.edu/cw/en-us/job/496780/assistant-professor
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The Rutgers University Libraries seek a skilled, service-oriented, and forward thinking Electronic Resources Librarian to manage and support access to the Libraries’ collection of licensed electronic resources. Reporting to the Discovery Services Librarian, the Electronic Resources Librarian is responsible for performing a range of tasks that support the discovery and delivery of electronic resources. Core duties include activating and managing electronic resources in Alma, ensuring the accuracy of holdings, licensing, and vendor information, configuring and testing resources for remote access, investigating and troubleshooting technical and subscription-related access problems, and providing expert support to library users and staff. The Electronic Resources Librarian is also responsible for collecting, analyzing, and reporting data related to the usage of electronic resources in order to guide collection development decisions, library instruction, reference services, and web-based information delivery. Working collaboratively with librarians, technical staff, and vendors, the Electronic Resources Librarian helps develop and implement user-centered strategies to ensure convenient, seamless, and uninterrupted access to electronic resources.
Wheaton College (Norton, Massachusetts) seeks an Electronic Resources Librarian to join the Library Collections group in the Wallace Library. The Electronic Resources Librarian serves as the library’s serials control professional, providing scholarly information in the form of periodicals, newspapers, microforms, and electronic resources to the campus community. This position is part of the Library Collections team (Acquisitions, Cataloging, Serials), which focuses on direct services and support to faculty, students, and staff — as well as other library employees. Responsibilities of the Electronic Resources Librarian include, but are not limited to managing the library’s e-resources collections, including access, budgeting, analysis, and assessment, and work closely with faculty to ensure that library resources continue to support the curriculum; promote alternatives to fee-based information resources such as open access publications; maintain awareness of trends and ongoing developments in areas related to the entire life cycle of e-resources; manage the library acquisitions budget; and manage the activation and maintenance of subscribed and freely available collections in the library’s electronic resource management system (WMS); interact with publishers, vendors and aggregators to establish and ensure consistent access to library holdings across multiple platforms.
For more information and to apply go to: https://jobs.wheatoncollege.edu/postings/2300.