The University of Tennessee Libraries is seeking a motivated and service-
oriented individual to serve as Electronic Resources Librarian. Reporting to
the Head, Acquisitions and Continuing Resources, the successful applicant will
work as a member of a collaborative team where innovative thinking and
creative problem solving are highly valued. The Electronic Resources Librarian
will play a critical role in the development, implementation, and evolution of
strategies and workflows relating to the acquisitions and management of
electronic resources. This position requires a thorough understanding of and
experience in all aspects of acquiring, evaluating, incorporating, and
supporting ongoing access to electronic resources.
Minimum salary is $52,000 for the rank of Assistant Professor. This is a
tenure track position.
You can see the complete vacancy listing at
Full or part-time temporary positions may be available beginning Fall 2016 or at other times as needed. Most appointments will be in the Research & Instructional Services division where temporary librarians provide research assistance and library instruction to a diverse community of university students and faculty. Depending on qualifications and subject background, temporary librarians may participate in collection development, research guides development, and/or web development. There may also be temporary positions to support technical services, special collections and archives.
See posting for details.
Assistant Electronic Resources Acquisitions Librarian
SR ACAD LIBRARIAN(R04BN) or ACADEMIC LIBRARIAN(R04DN)
Degree and area of specialization:
MS/MLS/MLIS from an ALA-accredited institution
– Minimum 3 years of progressively responsible professional experience acquiring, licensing, managing and providing access to electronic resources
– Experience working in an acquisitions module of an ILS
– Demonstrated ability to set priorities, exercise flexibility in meeting objectives, and effectively manage multiple projects and assignments
– Knowledge of current issues, standards, and technologies related to acquiring, licensing and managing scholarly electronic resources
– Excellent interpersonal, analytical, organizational, problem-solving, and communication skills, including evidence of ability to work collegially and collaboratively within and across organizations, as well as with vendors and publishers
– Demonstrated ability to develop, analyze, and document procedures and work-flow
Full Time Salary Rate:
Minimum $48,333 ANNUAL (12 months)
Depending on Qualifications
Full description and application site.
Miami University Libraries seeks self-motivated, innovative, customer-focused, enthusiastic candidates to develop innovative ways to enhance library services using digital technologies. The position will report to Director of Library Information Technology but will work closely with other departments and teams to identify requirements, implement, and assess new digital services. Project portfolio will include clients in a variety of academic library settings.
Provides leadership and expertise in developing library applications in collaboration with library stakeholders including departments, teams, and committees. Will work with client groups to identify requirements, develop workflows and timelines, and implement solutions to support emerging and cutting edge digital services. Clients will include teams and departments from across the Miami University Libraries system. Works closely with supervisor and the Library executive team to prioritize projects and recommend strategies for implementation. Advises supervisor and executive team on emerging technologies in academic libraries and generates strategic recommendations for a development road map for the Libraries digital services and applications. Potential client projects may include development of mobile apps, enhancement of technical processing workflows, complex data and statistics reporting, web application development, Intranet applications, consultation on solutions for faculty digital scholarship projects, feature enhancement for open source platforms, etc.
View complete posting and apply at http://miamioh.hiretouch.com/job-details?jobid=2757
The Library and Archives of the Wisconsin Historical Society, serving as the North American history library for the University of Wisconsin-Madison, and as the Wisconsin State Archives, has an opening for an Acquisitions Supervisor & Collection Development Coordinator. This position will supervise both library and archival acquisitions staff and will be responsible for all acquisitions and collection development activity for the Library-Archives Division.
Please note that the application/exam deadline is Monday, June 27th.
For details see:
Queens College Library/CUNY seeks an E-Resources Librarian. The E-Resources Librarian effectively coordinates and leads e-resources activities which include management, budgeting, policy development, statistical and qualitative reporting and improvement in a high-tech multi-disciplinary library. Works collaboratively to advance the Libraries’ teaching and learning activities in support of Queens College’s curriculum, through the effective integration of e-resources into the website of the Queens College Libraries, and the promotion of the effective use of e-resources to all college users.
Closing date: 7/19/2016.
For more information and to apply:
- Visit http://www.cuny.edu/employment.html
- Click “Search job postings”
- Click on “More options to search for CUNY jobs”
- Search by Job Opening ID number 14955
- Click on the “Apply Now” button and follow the instructions.
To be considered for the position, an applicant must submit a completed application as a single document through CUNYfirst. A completed application consists of:
- Cover letter addressing your ability in meeting the preferred qualifications
- Contact information for three (3) professional references