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Friday, February 26, 2010

P/T - Librarian I / Trainee - Longwood Public Library - Long Island

Longwood Public Library

Part-Time Librarian I/ Trainee Hours Available

Longwood Public Library is currently seeking energetic librarians dedicated to public service to work in our Adult Services and Young Adult Departments. Candidates will be required to work approximately 15 hours per week. Schedule will include evening and weekend hours.


· Provides reference, research and reader’s advisory service at a busy reference desk and beyond

· Instructs public in the usage of library resources and technology

· Young adult programming and services and/or cataloging skills desired


· MLS from an ALA accredited library school or completion of six credits towards the degree

· Understanding of proactive customer service

· Technology skill set appropriate for an information professional in today’s changing environment

· Desire to work in a diverse community

· Ability to work independently as well as successfully on a team

Hourly Wage:

$22.14 for Librarian I/ $19.57 for Librarian Trainee

Interested candidates should submit resume no later than Friday March 5 to:

Jennifer Bollerman

Head of Adult Services

Longwood Public Library

800 Middle Country Rd.

Middle Island, NY 11953

Phone: (631) 924-6400, ext. 242

Fax: (631) 924-7538

F/T - Web Services Librarian - Lehman College-CUNY

Electronic Resources-Web Services Librarian
Instructor or Assistant Professor

Lehman College, the City University of New York’s public senior college in the Bronx, is seeking an Electronic Resources-Web Services Librarian. Lehman is noted for its beautiful, historic campus and distinguished programs in the arts, humanities and sciences. The Leonard Lief Library is a modern, four-story structure with advanced technologies.

This position is primarily responsible for the organization and maintenance of the Library's electronic resources and website, which serves as an information portal to the Lehman community and is migrating to a content management system. The work involves detailed tracking and maintenance of currently licensed electronic resources, as well as arranging for trials and evaluation of new resources under consideration.

The Electronic Resources-Web Services Librarian:
• manages Serials Solutions for online access to the electronic journals collection
• maintains EZProxy for remote access to databases
• facilitates SFX functions for internal linking to licensed resources
• serves as representative to CUNY’s Electronic Resources Advisory Committee (ERAC)
• chairs the Library's Web Team and Electronic Resources Discussion Group (ERDG)

Reporting to the Head of Reference, the incumbent provides reference service, library instruction, and collection development in assigned subject areas.

Required: ALA-accredited MLS; experience in website management and architecture; demonstrated knowledge and experience with Web authoring tools (Dreamweaver, Flash), scripting and mark-up languages (Java, CSS, HTML and XML). Familiarity with electronic journal management systems (Serials Solutions). A strong commitment to outstanding public service and ability to serve a diverse community.

Preferred: Sophisticated working knowledge of library research databases, online implementation, and vendor relations. Experience with MySQL and PHP helpful. At least one year of academic library experience. Second Master's degree is required for appointment to Assistant Professor.

Review of resumes begins April 15, 2010. Please submit letter, resume, and contact information of three professional references to:     

Professor Kenneth Schlesinger, Chair
Search Committee
Leonard Lief Library
Lehman College
250 Bedford Park Boulevard West
Bronx, New York 10468-1589

Friday, February 19, 2010

Instructor-Information Literacy - ASA College

This course provides an introduction to information and its sources. It follows the five standards of information literacy established by the ALA’s Association of College and Research Libraries. Students learn how to determine the need for information, how to access, evaluate and incorporate such information for a specific purpose and to use the same legally and ethically. The course covers academic library resources and their usage for research projects. It uses a mixture of lecture and reading assignments, in-class discussions, examinations and competency-based lab assessments. An integral part of the course is the application of the learned skills to complete a research project assigned in other college courses.

Gary Greaves
Division of Core Competencies
ASA College
151 Lawrence Street, Room 206
Brooklyn, NY 11201
718-522-9073 ext. 2223

Wednesday, February 17, 2010

F/T - Associate Director for Collections - University at Albany, SUNY

POSITION: Associate Director for Collections
The University at Albany, SUNY, invites applications and nominations for the position of Associate Director for Collections. Reporting to the Dean and Director of Libraries, this senior administrative position is responsible for building, assessing and managing the Libraries’ print and electronic collections, managing a $5 million acquisitions budget, and supervising, coordinating and evaluating the work of the Libraries’ subject specialists. Responsibilities also include oversight of gifts, Special Collections, University Archives, and the Preservation Office. As a member of the senior administrative group, the Associate Director shares responsibility for developing and implementing the mission, goals and broad policy directions for the University Libraries.
Albany is looking for an experienced, creative leader with a keen sense of the evolving role of research libraries in the digital age and demonstrated knowledge of best practices and current trends in collection management and scholarly communication. The Associate Director works actively with academic schools and departments to determine selective areas of excellence and growth to be reflected in the Libraries= collection investment. S/he is responsible for coordinating initiatives with other associate directors and library managers, advising and mentoring junior faculty, and promoting staff professional growth. S/he represents the Libraries on collaborative projects with other campus units and other libraries. The Associate Director demonstrates commitment to personal professional development through scholarly research and publication, presentations, and participation in national professional associations.
Required: Graduate degree in librarianship from an ALA-accredited institution and from a college or university accredited by a U. S. Department of Education or internationally recognized accrediting organization. Successful, progressively responsible experience in developing research library collections; management and supervisory experience; and, a track record of creativity in developing library programs. Strong analytical and budget management skills. Demonstrated ability to work across organizational boundaries and to lead effective teams and manage change. Working knowledge of the scholarly publications market, scholarly communications trends, the open access movement, digital repositories, and library technical services and resource sharing. Must demonstrate: strong service orientation; excellent oral and written communication skills; ability to organize and plan; leadership ability; and ability to use library and office computer applications. All applicants must address in their cover letter their commitment to equal opportunity and affirmative action and their ability to work with a culturally diverse population. All applicants must have a record of publication and service that meets the Libraries’ criteria for appointment at the academic faculty rank of Associate Librarian.
Preferred: Subject specialization or an additional graduate degree; experience working in a public institution and unionized environment; and, grant writing experience.
Calendar year appointment and tenure-track position; sick leave and annual leave at 1.25 days each per month; health insurance, dental, vision and prescription coverage. TIAA/CREF or New York State Employees’ Retirement available (employee contribution rate 3% for the first 10 years).
by April 30, 2010, providing your resume, a cover letter, and the e-mails, street addresses and telephone numbers of three professional references.
Anna Z. Radkowski-Lee, Library Personnel Officer, University Libraries - UL 112, University at Albany, SUNY, 1400 Washington Avenue, Albany, New York 12222,
Albany’s University Libraries, a highly valued partner in teaching and research at the University, serve a campus community of 18,000 full-time and part-time students and 2,300 faculty and staff and a broader regional, national and international community. The Libraries employ a dynamic and knowledgeable staff of 121 and 200 part-time student assistants to provide excellent services to a campus community that makes heavy demands on these services. Collections exceed two million cataloged volumes and the Libraries offer a full spectrum of resources, from rare books and manuscripts to electronic resources. Librarians work closely with teaching faculty to offer user education and information literacy instruction.
The University Library, located on the main campus, is a 175,000 square feet, 4 story building. It contains fully networked library classrooms and laboratories, a 60-seat computer user room, and an interactive media center. The Dewey Graduate Library on the Rockefeller College campus serves the graduate schools of Criminal Justice, Public Administration, Social Welfare and Information Studies. The Science Library, opened in September 1999 on the main campus, houses the Science Library, the M. E. Grenander Department of Special Collections and Archives, and the Library’s Preservation Department. All three libraries house Information Commons that were developed in partnership with campus Information Technology Systems.
The University Libraries are a member of the Association of Research Libraries. Minerva, the Libraries’ ILS, runs on the Ex Libris Aleph library management system. The Libraries are currently engaged in digitizing selected collections related to the history of the University and, in partnership with other units on campus, are making digitized images and audio and video files available on the Web using LUNA Insight. Additional information about the University at Albany Libraries is available at http:/
Located in the state capital of New York, the University at Albany is an internationally recognized public research institution. Students choose from more than 100 undergraduate majors and minors and 120-plus graduate programs. Many of these programs are nationally ranked, including the College of Nanotechnology Science and Engineering which ranks number one in the world. In every area of study, students are instructed by faculty who are world-class scholars and teachers - many actively engaged in life-enhancing research. As mentors, they provide numerous student-research opportunities at both the undergraduate and graduate levels, inspiring students to advance their skills and aspirations.
The Capital Region includes the cities of Albany, Schenectady and Troy, and has a population of approximately 875,000. It is located within a short distance to the Catskills, Berkshires and the Adirondacks, the largest wilderness area east of the Mississippi River. Major ski areas such as Gore, Hunter and Mt. Snow are within easy commuting distance. Saratoga Springs, 25 miles to the north, is internationally known as a sport, concert and cultural center. The Berkshires to the east are popular with nature lovers, outdoor recreationists and as a center for visual and performing arts.

Monday, February 15, 2010

F/T - Chief Librarian (Associate Dean) - CUNY/Hunter College


CUNY - Hunter College

Type of Library

Job Description

Hunter College

Title: Chief Librarian (Associate Dean)

Location/Department: Library
Position Detail: Appointment available June 30, 2010
FLSA Status: Exempt
Compensation: Commensurate with qualifications.
Web Site:
Notice Number: EA17184
Closing Date: Open until filled. Review of resumes to begin 2/8/10.


Reporting to the Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs, the Chief Librarian has ultimate responsibilities for budgeting, managing, maintaining, and developing the Hunter College Libraries, which include Wexler Library (main campus), libraries for the Health Professions and School of Social Work, and the Judith and Stanley Zabar Art Libraries. The Chief Librarian will have responsibility for facilities and space planning, and the implementation of technology and its infrastructure. The Chief Librarian will play a major role in conceptualizing renovation and construction plans and working with the Library planning architects, Chief Information Officer, and other personnel. In collaboration with the University Librarian and other CUNY library leaders, the Chief Librarian participates in the development of cooperative library services within CUNY and beyond. The Chief Librarian serves as advocate and spokesperson for the Hunter College Libraries on campus, locally, statewide and nationwide.

Required Experience

Minimum: ALA-accredited MLS or MLIS degree with an additional master’s degree in an academic field and a minimum of eight years related experience; established record of professional achievement; demonstrated knowledge of traditional library functions, emerging technologies, and trends in higher education and their impact on library services; strong commitment to service-oriented collaboration and outreach with multiple campus constituencies; experience with assessment and strategic planning; robust record as a leader; excellent interpersonal, oral and written communication skills; evidence of effective resource management (i.e. collections, budget, personnel, etc.); institutional capacity building skills (collaborative fundraising/grant-writing); and dedication to building a diverse faculty and staff. Demonstrated experience with library planning and renovation.

Preferred: Doctoral degree; experience in a consortium environment; successful record of grant funding and collaborative development of major gifts; experience in tenure-bearing institutions and supervision of tenured faculty; ten or more years of progressively responsible library management and budgeting experience; experience with library construction; and significant experience in an academic or research library.

MLS Requirement
ALA-accredited MLS or MLIS degree


Job Type

Reference No.


TO APPLY: Please send letter of interest, including vision statement concerning modern academic libraries and emerging information technologies, curriculum vitae, names and contact information for at least three professional references to:
Chief Librarian Search Committee
Office of the Provost
Hunter College
695 Park Avenue
New York, NY 10065

The City University of New York
An Equal Employment Opportunity/Affirmative Action/Immigration Reform and Control Act/Americans with Disabilities Act Employer

F/T - Knowledge Manager - Heidrick & Struggles

Employer: Heidrick & Struggles International, Inc.
Location(s): Philadelphia , Washington DC , Chicago , New York City - USA

Hours: Full-Time
Salary: Salary is competitive and commensurate with experience.

Duties: Heidrick & Struggles International, Inc. is the world’s premier provider of senior-level executive search and leadership consulting services, including talent management, board building, executive on-boarding and M&A effectiveness. Additional information on the firm can be found at
As an information-intensive organization, Heidrick & Struggles needs people focused on developing and managing knowledge in ways that serve its overall goals. Reporting to the Managing Partner of the Financial Officers Practice, the Knowledge Manager works with the practice’s teams across North America to develop and maintain information, tools and resources that assist in the identification and execution of senior-level financial searches. Industry and functional practices within Heidrick & Struggles, like the Financial Officers Practice, represent communities of practice where one of the main advantages is what can be gained from collective knowledge contributions. Developing and managing that collective knowledge and activity to greater advantage than our competitors is the Knowledge Manager’s job.
The Knowledge Manager is responsible for a variety of activities, including:
- Provide input to and support Practice Managing Partner in definition and execution of practice strategy, including marketing efforts, event planning, thought piece development, and practice communications.
- Create materials or provide information to search consultants in preparation for business development meetings.
- Support search teams in the execution of executive-level searches, from providing input on search strategy to advising on research and identification of new talent pools.
- Develop tools and processes to capture knowledge and expertise from search teams; maintain and disseminate knowledge across the practice.
- Serve as a liaison to our firm’s Knowledge Management Center in India , helping to set research agendas and prioritizing research requests from search teams.
- Collaborate with Knowledge Managers from other practice areas to share best practices and improve the knowledge management system across the firm.
Qualifications: Intellectual curiosity, a client-service orientation, and strong attention to detail are must-haves for this role.
- Excellent verbal and written communication skills.
- Self starter who proactively identifies new tools or practice needs and develops solutions to address those needs.
- Highly organized and detail-oriented.
- Flexible; an ability to quickly shift priorities while keeping multiple projects progressing at any given time.
- Ability to interact effectively and with credibility at all levels of the organization.
- Ability to quickly gain the respect of peers, management and other employees by demonstrating personal attributes such as good judgment, business acumen, creativity, accountability, objectivity, and honesty.
- Comfort level with Microsoft Word, Excel and PowerPoint. Comfortable with learning new technology systems, including Heidrick & Struggles’ in-house database.
An undergraduate degree is required; a Master’s degree (such as a Master’s in Information Science or Library Studies) would be a plus. Prior experience in a professional services company is preferred but not required.
To Apply:
Please send a resume to Joann Maciejewski at
Joann M. Maciejewski Engagement Manager, Talent Acquisition & Onboarding __________________________________________________ Heidrick & Struggles Los Angeles, California tel: +1 (213) 237 6217 mob: +1 (661) 916 1098 fax: +1 (661) 295 4989
H&S internal IP: 7129 6217

Tuesday, February 9, 2010

P/T - Cataloger - Columbia University Health Sciences Library

The Augustus C. Long Health Sciences Library, Columbia University Medical
Center, seeks a cataloger with strong analytical and problem-solving
skills to provide complex copy and original cataloging for approximately
1500 16th and 17th century books on medicine, primarily in Latin, Italian,
French and German.

The successful candidate will have:

-an accredited Master of Library of Sciences (MLS) or an equivalent
combination of education and experience
-strong working knowledge of two European languages, preferably Latin and
-working knowledge of cataloging principles and procedures including
AACR2, LC Subject Headings, LC Classification and MARC21 formats
-working knowledge of standard bibliographic and other reference tools
-an aptitude for complex, analytical and detailed work
-good organization skills
-effective verbal and written communication skills

Preferred qualifications: professional cataloging experience in a research
library; working knowledge of Voyager and OCLC.

The position is a part-time (20 hours/week), 18 month position.

Please visit our online application site at
for further information about this position and to submit your application.

Columbia University is an Equal Opportunity and Affirmative Action Employer.

Originally posted on a library school listserv.

Sunday, February 7, 2010

F/T - Technical Services Manager - Kramer Levin Naftalis & Frankel LLP

Kramer Levin Naftalis & Frankel LLP is a premier, full-service law firm
with offices in New York and Paris.

Job Description:

Responsible for maintenance of integrated library automated system (EOS) including acquisitions, circulation, serials control, electronic content management, & content aggregation. Provides daily functions of technical services department within the Library : opening and routing mail, processing new acquisitions, maintaining integrity of classification of
materials on the shelves, returning unwanted material, processing and payment of library invoices and supervision of per diem library filer and per diem cataloging assistant.


Interacts extensively with all library staff, particularly with Director of Legal Information Services and the Reference team, all firm employees, sales representatives of library vendors, other Technical Services Managers at other firms in committees and workshops. Candidate
must exhibit a high degree of independence and initiative. Supervisory responsibilities: this position supervises the job performance of the per diem filer and contract cataloger.

Job & Educational Requirements:

Minimum requirements: Candidate must be a graduate of an ALA accredited library school or currently enrolled in a Masters degree program at one. Law library experience is preferred but not required. Candidate should exhibit strong management, organizational, and communication skills;knowledge of basic technical services functions; familiarity with online
bibliographic services; knowledge of cataloging principles, Library of Congress classification and subject headings; knowledge of book and serials and online legal materials trade.
Candidate must be computer literate, familiar with at least one of the many library automation software programs and capable of implementing an integrated online system, with proficiency in Microsoft Excel, Word and Outlook. Excellent organizational skills including record keeping, data collection, and system reporting abilities. Dependable team player who works collaboratively and cooperatively with others in a team-oriented environment.

Contact information & Application Instructions:

Daniel J. Pelletier
Director of Legal Information Services
Kramer Levin Naftalis & Frankel LLP
1177 Avenue of the Americas
New York, New York 10036
Tel: 212-715-9320
Fax: 212-715-8126

Originally posted on a library school listserv.

P/T - Evening & Saturday Librarian - Mandl School

Mandl School, The College of Allied Health, located in Midtown, Manhattan, has an immediate opening for a Part-time Evening and Saturday Librarian.

Please submit your resume to

The address is: Mark Leskowitz
Mandl School, The College of Allied Health
254 West 54th Street
New York, NY 10019
Phone: 212-2473434 ext. 118

Originally posted on a library school listserv.

F/T - Manager, Recording & Archive - StoryCorps

Position Overview

The Manager of the Recording and Archive Department supervises a team of four and is broadly responsible for oversight of the technical aspects of StoryCorps’ recording process and for assuring the integrity and accessibility of StoryCorps’ Archive. The Manager leads the department in developing policies, procedures and best practices around these aspects of StoryCorps’ program and delivering the corresponding training to field staff. The Manager also maintains ultimate responsibility for assuring the quality of the materials StoryCorps collects and archives.
The Manager organizes, leads, and participates in cross-departmental project teams relevant to the Archive and serves as a primary contact in establishing external Archive partnerships and filling research and rights of use requests. The Manager assists with the planning of new StoryCorps initiatives, the launch of new StoryBooths, and participates in strategic planning activities for the organization.

Essential Duties & Responsibilities

  • Collaborate with Recording & Archive team and across departments to establish and refine policy, procedures and best practices related to the collection, preservation, and accessibility of StoryCorps interviews
  • Serve as primary liaison with staff at the Library of Congress’s American Folklife Center and other major Archive partners
  • Work with Recording staff to determine optimal equipment to use in StoryCorps’ recording venues, establish recording procedures, and provide technical support to staff working in the field
  • Work with StoryCorps’ Archive and Administration Department staff to respond to archive access, research, and rights of use requests
  • Oversee the design, siting, construction, and maintenance of recording booths
  • Oversee the technical operation of the StoryKit program
  • Manage the creation of Recording and Archive sections of the Facilitator Training Manual, the design of training sessions, and the delivery of that training
  • Participate in goal setting and strategic planning processes for Recording and Archive department and the organization as a whole
  • Organize and lead project teams relevant to Archive policy and procedure
Knowledge, Skills, & Qualifications
  • Experience supervising staff and evaluating staff performance
  • Experience developing, delivering, and evaluating training (especially technical training)
  • Experience working in a Library of Archive and knowledge of digital archive systems and standards
  • Knowledge of and experience working with professional recording equipment and digital audio
  • Experience contributing to the development and implementation of software and databases a plus
  • Bachelor’s degree or equivalent required; Masters of Library and Information Science or equivalent preferred
  • Experience overseeing design and construction projects a plus
  • Experience working with oral history projects or collections a plus
  • Excellent interpersonal and communication skills, with a demonstrated ability to work independently as well as part of team
  • Demonstrated ability to function exceptionally in a rapidly growing and fast-paced work environment and deal effectively with numerous simultaneous requirements
  • Evidence of planning ability, leadership, sound judgment, and the ability to develop proposals for improving policies and procedures
To apply, please send cover letter and resume to and include your last name and “Manager, Recording & Archive” in the subject line. Include both documents as attachments entitled “YourNameLetter” and “YourNameResume.” In your cover letter, please tell us how you found out about this opportunity and whether you have applied for a position at StoryCorps in the past. No calls please.

Wednesday, February 3, 2010

F/T - Senior Information Scientist - Boehringer Ingelheim Pharmaceuticals

Our Culture:

Boehringer Ingelheim is a different kind of pharmaceutical company, a privately held company with the ability to have an innovative and long term view. Our focus is on scientific discoveries that improve patient's lives and we equate success as a pharmaceutical company with the steady introduction of truly innovative medicines. Boehringer Ingelheim is the largest privately held pharmaceutical corporation in the world and ranks among the world's 20 leading pharmaceutical corporations.
At Boehringer Ingelheim, we are committed to delivering value through innovation. Employees are challenged to take initiative and achieve outstanding results. Ultimately, our culture and drive allows us to maintain one of the highest levels of excellence in our industry.
Boehringer Ingelheim, including Boehringer Ingelheim Pharmaceuticals, Inc., Boehringer Ingelheim USA, Boehringer Ingelheim Roxane Inc., Roxane Laboratories Inc., Boehringer Ingelheim Chemicals, Boehringer Ingelheim Vetmedica Inc. and Ben Venue Laboratories Inc., is an equal opportunity employer. M/F/D/V


Boehringer Ingelheim is currently seeking a talented and innovative Senior Information Scientist to join our Scientific & Corporate Information Services located at our US headquarters in Ridgefield , CT. As an innovative Senior Information Scientist, you will Contribute to SCIS group effort in the design and implementation of processes for providing effective and efficient delivery of information products and services to Medical, Marketing and senior corporate management personnel. Contribute to the creation of goals and quality targets for RD&M information support. Maintain proactive role in providing information alerts with context, synopsis and analysis of real-time events that impact strategic decision making and communicate to senior management

As an employee of Boehringer Ingelheim, you will actively contribute to the discovery, development and delivery of our products to our patients and customers. Our global presence provides opportunity for all employees to collaborate internationally, offering visibility and opportunity to directly contribute to the companies' success.

We realize that our strength and competitive advantage lie with our people. We support our employees in a number of ways to foster a healthy working environment, meaningful work, diversity and inclusion, mobility, networking and work-life balance. Our competitive compensation and benefit programs reflect Boehringer Ingelheim's high regard for our employees.


* Effectively partner with business areas to link information products and services to their business processes
* Provide high level information consulting to Medical/Marketing staff and senior corporate managers and others, as appropriate
* Maintain special expertise in strategic information systems designed to support corporate decision makers
* Perform innovative scientific, medical and business information research and analysis, both proactively and upon request; prepare bibliographic reports and compilations of technical or business information and partner with client groups (e.g., Business Intelligence) to assess business implications
* Perform cost vs. benefit evaluations of information resources in consultation with client groups
* Initiate new concepts in information research and services, utilizing advances in information research technology


* B.A./B.S. Degree in the life sciences and Master's Degree in chemistry or life science or MBA, and M.L.S. Degree or equivalent with 10 years of relevant job experience
* In depth scientific and business information research expertise is required to understand and serve customer needs in this RD&M environment
* Information research and library management skills, acquired on-the-job or via formal academic training (e.g., M.L.S. Degree) are required to provide/ensure continued access to technical, biomedical, and trade literature in an efficient and targeted manner.

Boehringer Ingelheim is firmly committed to ensuring a safe, healthy, productive and efficient work environment for our employees, partners and customers. As part of that commitment, Boehringer Ingelheim conducts pre-employment background investigations and drug screenings. Boehringer Ingelheim is an equal opportunity employer. M/F/D/V

Please click the following link and click the Search Openings tab; Once there enter Requisition ID = RD0210

F/T - Online Campus Library Director

This is multi-campus college in New Jersey and New York City that offers student opportunity to achieve professional and personal success in dynamic careers. The college focuses efforts on career preparation and emphasis the practical applications of learning in order to build a bridge to employers. This college strongly encourages use of new technologies.

The Position: Provide vision and direction for all aspects of online library services and support. Work collaboratively with campus librarians, faculty and other members of the online campus to provide a quality, comprehensive library experience. Manage access to a variety of library electronic resources and utilities such as databases, ebooks, link resolver tools, and an integrated library system. Participate in the development and/or selection of technologies designed to enhance the user experience.
This new position is based in Clifton New Jersey, and reports to the Director of Library Services.
  • Provides leadership in the selection and implementation of survey and other outcomes assessment tools that evaluate the impact and effectiveness of web based library services and resources.
  • Understands the online campus community needs and preferences for information, which build and drive the selection of resources and services.
  • Develop student centered, problem solving tutorials utilizing Blackboard tools such as Camtasia, Content System, Wimba, and Visual Communicator and other web 2.0 tools and applications.
  • Routinely analyses the use, quality, effectiveness of current electronic collections.
  • Participates in planning and budget development for the online campus library.
  • Provide real time point-of-need service to online students and faculty as assigned.
  • Participates in the library liaison program and information literacy efforts, including the creation of instructional content and web based tools for information literacy assessment.
  • Performs interlibrary loan functions to include initiating OCLC requests, updating OCLC interlibrary loan transactions, return of borrowed materials, and loans of materials between campuses.
  • Keeps current with trends and issues relating to web and library technologies.
  • Advocates the value of library and information services to the College Online community.
  • Participates in professional activities, including library and College committees and task forces, membership in professional organizations, and attendance at professional conference and/or workshops.
  • Collaborates on the development and implementation of policies and procedures for the efficient and effective operation of library services.
  • Collaborates on staffing schedules, hiring, training, and supervision of online campus library personnel. Completes performance reviews for subordinates on a timely basis.
  • Submit monthly and quarterly status and statistical reports.
  • Participates in the faculty governance of the College.
  • Collaborates on staffing schedules, hiring, training, and supervision of online campus library personnel. Completes performance reviews for subordinates on a timely basis.
  • Understand and work to realize the mission, values and vision of College.
  • Collaborate with other College and campus associates to achieve common goals.
  • Monitors day to day reliability and availability of library web pages and electronic resources.
  • Assists with the installation, configuration, and modification of applications, databases, & other systems.
  • Must hold an MLS or MLIS from an ALA accredited institution.
  • Working Knowledge of student problem solving tutorial tools utilizing Blackboard tools such as Camtasis, Content System, Wimba and Visual Communicator and other web 2.0 tools and applications.
  • Strong technology skills including knowledge of all Windows applications, integrated library systems, course management software and a broad range of web technology.
  • Solid understanding of the role and potential of technology for the design and delivery of information resources and services.
  • Ability to excel both independently and as a team member on a variety of simultaneous projects within a dynamic and collaborative environment.
  • Experience with a variety of subscription databases.
  • Knowledge of and interest in emerging technologies and professional development opportunities.
  • Familiarity with information literacy concepts and trends.
  • Willingness to work a flexible schedule.
  • Must possess excellent writing skills in combination with effective interpersonal, organizational, analytical and problem solving skills in a technological environment.
For further details on this position, to send your resume, or make a referral:
Job Code: CB-01 (Resumes in Word preferred)
Sarah Warner, MLIS