Under the direction of the Associate Dean for Resources Management, Collections and Library Systems, the Electronic Resources Librarian (ERL) provides leadership in developing, delivering, maintaining, and assessing the Library’s collection of electronic resources by working cooperatively with designated staff. Responsible for implementing and managing electronic resource management applications, including but not limited to Alma, in a collegial and team environment. This includes upgrades in addition to creating and maintaining statistical reports for the Libraries’ electronic resources.
The ERL must be able to gain a broad understanding of the TTU Libraries’ electronic collection and the ability to evaluate that collection as well as any potential purchases, in objective and user-centered ways. The Electronic Resources Librarian must also keep abreast of developments in electronic resources to maintain current awareness of information tools and technology to meet the needs of students, faculty, staff, and community users of Texas Tech University Libraries. The incumbent is also expected to engage in scholarly pursuit and other professional activities in accordance with Texas Tech Library’s standards for promotion and tenure. This person may be asked to serve on library teams. If so, they can expect an average of up to 20% of their work time dedicated to the team. Service duties include program-building, as well as commitment to extra-curricular activities. Service to the department, college, and university is expected.
This is a tenure track position with a 12-month appointment. For full posting details, click here.
The University of Wyoming Libraries invites applicants for a Collection Development Librarian. This position is part of a team that acquires, maintains, and assesses library collections in support of learning, teaching, and research in alignment with the university’s and Libraries’ strategic directions. This position reports to the Assistant Dean for Resource Discovery & Management.
The University of Wyoming invites diverse applicants to consider our employment opportunities. We are also especially interested in candidates who have experience working with diverse populations and/or diverse initiatives.
For complete job description, click here.
LAC Group seeks a Serials and Acquisitions Librarian for a large legal organization in downtown Los Angeles. This full-time employment position will be responsible for the acquisition, receipt, invoicing, and claiming of collection materials including electronic resources. The Librarian will also be responsible for assisting with acquisitions and collection development decisions, and supervising the acquisition and payment processes.
- Supervise Acquisitions and Serials staff and make task assignments with regard to acquiring and receiving in the local Integrated Library System (ILS).
- Communicate directly with vendors and monitor statements and resolve issues.
- Maintain financial tracking of acquisitions of library materials. Monitor library material budget and oversee payment process.
- Manage claim procedures including coordinating and distributing claim notices
- Coordinate cancellation project and Federal Depository program.
- Other responsibilities and special projects (ex. used book sales) as needed.
For a list of qualifications and to apply, click here.
The University of Central Florida Libraries (UCF Libraries) is seeking an innovative and experienced leader to facilitate the identification and implementation of best practices in three departments: Acquisitions and Collections, Cataloging, and Resource Sharing. The successful candidate will have significant experience in one or more of these areas as well as strategic planning, project management, process analysis, assessment, and integrated library management systems. The position requires strong analytical and decision-making skills, an orientation toward new and developing practices, and an ability to achieve concrete results by motivating and empowering staff and colleagues. A record of professional participation, knowledge of issues and trends, and the ability to represent UCF Libraries at all levels is essential. The associate director reports to the dean of UCF Libraries and participates in library-wide planning, policy making, and development and evaluation of services.
For complete job description, click here.
Posted in Academic
Tagged acquisitions, assessment, budgets, cataloging, collections, information systems, leadership, management position, project management, resource sharing, supervisor
The University Libraries at Appalachian State University seeks a proactive and creative Electronic Resources Librarian to join the Resource Acquisition and Management (RAM) team to support our electronic resources in the areas of vendor relations, troubleshooting, budget management, resource usage analysis, and license review.
This position supervises two staff members in the Electronic Resources unit. This position reports to the RAM Coordinator (Head of Technical Services) and will work closely with the Acquisitions unit.
Librarians work in a collegial team-based environment, are members of the University faculty, and engage in active programs of scholarship and professional service. The Library offers strong support for professional development activities, including publishing, presenting, and attending conferences and workshops. It also offers flexibility of remote/virtual work in special circumstances (such as Covid-19) with supervisor approval.
For complete job description and to apply, click here.