Sunday, August 23, 2009

Clinical Education Librarian


Position Vacancy


Position Description: Reporting to the Hardin Library’s Coordinator, Education and Research, the Clinical Education Librarian plans, promotes and provides information services that support the needs of faculty, researchers, staff and students of the university’s five health sciences colleges and affiliated hospitals and clinics. The incumbent:
• serves as the liaison to the Carver College of Medicine’s Office of Student Affairs and Curriculum and the Graduate Medical Education office by cultivating relationships with faculty and researchers to identify opportunities for library partnerships;
• works with faculty to integrate library education into the curriculum;
• writes curriculum and provides instruction to students, staff and faculty one-on-one and in group settings;
• provides reference service at public services desks;
• assists users with research and information management tools;
• serves as Hardin Library’s expert on Evidence-Based Practice;
• is proficient with current technologies and investigates new technologies;
• works with others to develop and revise programs to respond to changing information needs;
• serves on working groups/committees and participates in initiatives of the Libraries, health colleges, university, and hospital; and
• contributes to and learns from the profession through such avenues as local, state and national professional organizations and publications.

• ALA-accredited Master’s degree in Library and Information Science;
• Three years post-Masters experience in a health sciences or life sciences library;
• Experience providing instruction and reference services;
• Knowledge of Evidence-Based Practice concepts;
• Experience with mobile devices, social networking and other new forms of technology
• Excellent oral and written communication skills;
• Demonstrated commitment to diversity in the workplace or community;
• Strong customer service and public services abilities;
• Experience providing advanced information services, including searching biomedical literature and full-text databases;
• Excellent interpersonal skills, including the ability to work as part of a team; and
• Demonstrated involvement in an area or areas of professional interest that will enhance the candidate's value to the Libraries, the University, the profession of librarianship, or the scholarly community. Examples might include service on a committee of a professional organization, presentations, or publications.

• Experience teaching Evidence-Based Practice concepts including EBM resources and Critical Appraisal;
• Experience using health sciences specific applications for PDA and Smartphones;
• Knowledge of course management systems;
• Knowledge of medical simulation techniques and applications for use in health sciences education and professional continuing education; and
• Knowledge of scholarly communication and open access initiatives.

Additional Expectations of the Position:
• Civil and Respectful Interactions
Demonstrates respect for all members of the University community in the course of performing one’s duties and in response to administrators, supervisors, coworkers, and customers; constructively brings forward workplace concerns to coworkers and/or supervisor.
• Diversity and Inclusion
Welcomes the richness of talent from a diverse workforce and recognizes that diversity brings stimulation, challenge, and energy that contribute to a productive and effective workplace.
• Leadership Accountability
Represents the interests of the University and of unit leadership in the use of resources to meet service and productivity demands within unit goals and budgets; strives to promote continual process and quality improvement.
• Learning and Professional Development
Seeks opportunities to enhance one’s own professional knowledge, skills, and abilities as they relate to one’s current position and/or to prepare for potential future roles and overall career development.

Salary and appointment: Appointment will be made at the Librarian II level with a salary range of $44,000 to $49,000. Start date is negotiable. The University of Iowa offers an attractive package of benefits including 24 days of paid vacation per year, TIAA/CREF retirement, and a flexible selection of medical, life, and dental insurance, childcare credit, and additional options.

Hardin Library for the Health Sciences: The Hardin Library for the Health Sciences serves the combined information and research needs of the Colleges of Dentistry, Medicine, Nursing, Pharmacy, Public Health, the University of Iowa Hospitals & Clinics (including related allied-health education programs), and the Department of Communication Disorders. The mission of the Hardin Library is to assist faculty, staff and students of the University of Iowa in searching and retrieving quality information in support of education, research, and health care, and to preserve the scholarly record for the future. Additionally, the Hardin Library serves as regional and outreach library within the National Network of Libraries of Medicine and serves the state through a number of electronic and traditional information services. The Hardin Library is the largest medical library in the state; its collection includes more than 360,000 print volumes and 2,300 serials subscriptions primarily in electronic format.

The University of Iowa Libraries: The University of Iowa library system consists of the Main Library, the Hardin Library for the Health Sciences and a number of branch libraries. The Libraries has more than 5 million volumes including thousands of electronic resources and coordinates the development and maintenance of the University’s locally-created open access digital resources including the Iowa Digital Library, featuring more the 225,000 digitized texts, images, and audio and video recordings, as well as Iowa Research Online, our institutional repository. Our Special Collections include over 200,000 rare books, ranging in age from the 15th century to newly created artists’ books.

Librarian liaisons promote the development of critical thinking and research skills, and support teaching, learning, research, and clinical services through one-on-one research consultations, course-related instruction and Instant Messaging and e-mail reference. They also help promote Iowa Research Online and provide outreach and education on issues related to scholarly communication. Library systems are built on a mix of open source, locally developed, hosted services, and vended applications primarily from Ex Libris, OCLC, and Microsoft. The University of Iowa is a member of the Committee on Institutional Cooperation (CIC), ARL, OCLC, SPARC, CNI, CLIR, LOCKSS, CLOCKSS, and Portico.

The Libraries provides a program of support for professional development activities and its staff members are actively engaged in national cooperative efforts.

The University and Iowa City: A major research and teaching institution, the University of Iowa offers internationally recognized programs in a diverse array of academic, medical, and artistic disciplines, from otolaryngology to fiction writing, printmaking to space science, hydraulic engineering to dance. The University consists of a faculty of 2,000 and a permanent staff of 13,000 serving 30,500 students, approximately 40% of whom are from out of state and close to 10,000 of whom are registered in graduate and professional degree programs. Approximately 8% of the University’s faculty and staff and 9% of its student body are members of minority groups, and 7% of the students are international students.

Iowa City is a community of some 63,000 people (more than 100,000 live in the surrounding area) with excellent educational, recreational, and cultural advantages. It is consistently cited in the national media as a city with an excellent quality of life. The city is readily accessible via interstate highways and a major airport only 30 minutes away. The community is growing in its diversity; within the Iowa City Community School District, 31% of the students are minority, with 16% identifying as African-American, 8% as Latino/Hispanic, 7% as Asian-American, and .5% as Native American during the 2008/09 school year.

Application Procedure: To apply for this position, please visit the University of Iowa Jobs@UIOWA website at To help facilitate your application process, note the requisition number -- 57068. Applications must be received by October 9, 2009.


For more information about the University of Iowa Libraries and community, please see and

For more information about the Hardin Library for the Health Sciences, please see

Head Instruction Services

University of Southern California (USC) Libraries seeks a knowledgeable, service oriented librarian as Head, Instruction Services (#261), to lead a robust student-centered, course-integrated library instruction program coordinating library instruction services system-wide, working collaboratively with librarians and staff and promoting the USC Libraries' instruction services to campus constituencies. The successful candidate will participate in the USC Libraries' reference, instruction, and outreach programs serving USC's residential and distance learners. Requirements: ALA-accredited MLS (or international equivalent), at least three years experience coordinating and delivering instructional services in an academic or research library. USC is an EO/AA Employer. For full position description and application procedure, see:

Thursday, August 13, 2009

Associate University Librarian, Public Services

Position and Responsibilities:
Georgia State University Library seeks an enthusiastic, collegial, service-oriented and dynamic Associate University Librarian (AUL) for Public Services. The AUL will play a major role in formulating service delivery models for the functional areas of liaison services, outreach, the Learning Commons, library instruction, and access/media services. The AUL will be responsible for leading the effort to further define library service for a growing research university and for working collaboratively with library and university communities to deliver those services. He/she will also work with library and university faculty in support of teaching and scholarship, particularly with regard to information literacy and new models of information delivery and use.

The successful candidate will be responsible for librarians and staff in all public services areas, with 3 library faculty and 1 library staff reporting directly to the AUL. The AUL will report to the Dean of Libraries and will join an administrative team that is committed to innovation and experimentation in the delivery of academic library information services.

Department & Campus Environment:
Since its 2007 renovation, the Georgia State University Library provides one of the most attractive, open and inviting educational facilities in the Southeast. With over 1.5 million visitors this past year, the library is an integral part of the university community. It supports both teaching and research with an expansive collection and outstanding assistance. The library also exudes a new, modern image, providing the campus with an attractive, centralized location. Its signature bridge, a glass link that overlooks downtown Atlanta, connects the library’s two prominent buildings. Many appreciate the comfort of the library’s new interior design, often enjoying a coffee from the cafe located on the first floor.

Library services are supported by the Ex Libris Voyager integrated library system. The University System of Georgia statewide system, GALILEO, provides access to electronic resources and other materials for libraries throughout Georgia. The University Library is a member of the Association of Southeastern Research Libraries, LYRASIS, and the Atlanta Regional Consortium for Higher Education.

Located in the heart of downtown Atlanta, Georgia State University is one of the country’s top urban research universities. Over 28,000 graduate and undergraduate students enroll each semester in six different colleges. This diverse community offers a unique cultural and intellectual atmosphere, with many opportunities to engage in stimulating activities and events. Between college sports, the performing arts and a variety of local restaurants, the campus location has it all.

For additional information about the Georgia State University Library:

· ALA-accredited Master’s degree in information/library science
· Excellent written and verbal communication skills
· Ability to work in a collegial and collaborative environment
· Ability to think critically and analytically
· Experience in planning, organizing, and assessing operations or programs
· Library experience in an academic or research library environment
· Experience in using technology in support of service innovation
· Strong commitment to user-oriented service
· Evidence of professional activity and scholarship appropriate for faculty appointment at assistant professor level or above
· Five years of increasingly responsible management experience

· Experience mentoring junior faculty
· Experience providing patron services in an academic library
· Instruction experience in an academic library
· Experience managing cross-functional or cross-departmental teams or groups
· Second advanced degree

Condition of Work and Benefits
Forty-hour workweek Retirement plans include: State Teachers
Twenty-one days vacation Retirement Plan, TIAA–CREF and VALIC
Twelve paid holidays Group health and life insurance
Twelve days sick leave Social Security
Faculty rank and status Optional pre-tax benefits
Non-Tenure track Support for research and professional activities

Salary and Rank
Minimum $70,000 for 12 months commensurate with the candidate’s education and experience. Appointment at a faculty rank, on a contract renewal basis.

Submit a cover letter addressing all required qualifications; resume; name, address and phone number of three references, including immediate supervisor. Review of materials will begin October 1, 2009 and continue until the position is filled. Send materials to:

Human Resources Coordinator
University Library
Georgia State University
100 Decatur Street, SE, Atlanta, GA 30303-3202
(404) 413-2700

Georgia State University is an equal opportunity educational institution/affirmative action employer strongly committed to cultural diversity.

Full-time Faculty Positions

Drexel University's College of Information Science & Technology (IST) invites applications for several tenure-track positions at the assistant, associate, or full professor level. We welcome applications with a wide variety of teaching and research interests. We are particularly interested in applicants in the following areas:
  • Digital preservation
  • Digital libraries
  • Digital reference
  • Electronic records management
  • Information policy
  • Information representation and retrieval
  • Library management and leadership
  • Information security
  • Information architecture
  • Human-computer interaction

The successful candidate will have:

  • A completed doctorate in a related field
  • Evidence of excellence in teaching and research
  • Interest in working with a highly collaborative, interdisciplinary faculty

Candidates for senior positions should have established research records and success in obtaining external research funding. Joint appointments with other Drexel academic units are also a possibility.

The IST view of information is broad, multidisciplinary, and practical. IST continues to evolve as an innovative leader in educating information professionals in the twenty-first century, combining high quality teaching and research in a broad, multidisciplinary, and collaborative environment. We offer three BS degrees, three Masters degrees, and the PhD. Full-time PhD students are supported either through faculty research grants from the National Science Foundation, the Institute for Library and Museum Services, and other funding agencies, or while performing other research or teaching related activities in the College. The ALA Accredited MS(LIS) degree is highly ranked, both overall and for specializations in information systems and digital librarianship. Faculty and student interests span a broad spectrum of library and information science areas. All academic programs emphasize applied research, with a tradition of both quantitative and qualitative research that encourages interdisciplinary activity. We consider experience in industry a plus.

The College is host to the Internet Public Library (IPL) ( It serves as a teaching and research forum that unites the broad faculty interests across the College.

Drexel is a privately endowed technology university founded in 1891. With approximately 20,000 students, it has one of the largest undergraduate cooperative education programs in the nation, with formal relationships in place with over 1500 local, national, and multi-national companies. Drexel is located on Philadelphia’s Avenue of Technology in University City and at the hub of the academic, cultural, and historical resources of the nation’s fourth largest metropolitan region. Philadelphia is also the midpoint of a mid-Atlantic technology corridor that stretches from New York City (100 miles north) to Washington, DC (135 miles south).

To apply for this position, please apply online at: or visit and search for position number 3178.

Members of the Search Committee will be available at the ASIST and ALISE annual meetings and at the ALA mid-winter meeting to discuss these open faculty positions.

Drexel University is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer. The iSchool at Drexel is especially interested in qualified candidates who can contribute to the diversity and excellence of the academic community.

Information Security Assurance, Tenure-track Faculty

Information Security/Assurance, Tenure-track Faculty
Drexel University’s College of Information Science & Technology (IST) invites applicants for a tenure-track position in Information Security/Assurance at the assistant, associate, or full professor rank, depending on qualifications. A Ph.D. is required, and academic and industrial experience is preferred. Candidates must be U.S. citizens to qualify for several key funding opportunities. Candidates for senior positions should have established research records and success in obtaining external research funding. Joint appointments with other Drexel academic units are also a possibility.
The successful candidate will have some combination of the following characteristics:
Relevant industry experience as a: - network manager - information security officer - cyber crimes investigatorCertifications such as: - Global Information Assurance Certification - Certified Information Systems Security Professional
- Information Systems Security Engineering ProfessionalEstablished research/funding record with agencies such as: - Department of Justice - Department of Homeland Security - F.B.I. - N.S.A.

The successful candidate will be able to demonstrate understanding of the principles, practices, and techniques used to secure distributed applications, information, and the infrastructure of distributed information systems. Potential research and teaching areas include security planning, policies and models, threats and attacks, and the use and integration of distributed system security mechanisms for confidentiality, authentication, access control, and intrusion detection. He/she should also be able to provide an overview of the legal, ethical, and professional issues involved in information security, particularly with respect to risk management, security planning, security technologies, and security implementation and maintenance.
Drexel is a privately endowed technology university founded in 1891. With approximately 20,000 students, it has one of the largest undergraduate cooperative education programs in the nation, with formal relationships in place with over 1500 local, national, and multi-national companies. Drexel is located on Philadelphia’s Avenue of Technology in University City and at the hub of the academic, cultural, and historical resources of the nation’s fourth largest metropolitan region. Philadelphia is also the midpoint of a mid-Atlantic technology corridor that stretches from New York City (100 miles north) to Washington, DC (135 miles south).

To apply for this position, please apply online at: or visit and search position number 3179.
Drexel University is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer. The iSchool at Drexel is especially interested in qualified candidates who can contribute to the diversity and excellence of the academic community.

Project Archivist

Institution Seattle Municipal Archives
Salary $19.79 (Hourly)
Appointment Type Temporary Full-Time (Two-Year Grant-Funded Position)
Closing Date August 18, 2009

The Seattle Municipal Archives (SMA) seeks a candidate for a limited term temporary appointment funded by a two-year grant from the National Historical Publications and Records Commission. The successful candidate will report to the City Archivist and receive direct task assignment and training from the Processing Archivist. The Project Archivist, in conjunction with the SMA Processing Archivist, will undertake a two-year project to arrange and describe the processing backlog of the Seattle Municipal Archives.

Conduct arrangement and description of textual archival records
Perform preliminary subject analysis and cataloging of textual records
Create preliminary MARC and EAD records employing DACS single-level optimum description
Make recommendations to the Project Director regarding appraisal and weeding of textual records
Make recommendations for future detailed processing

Required Qualifications
Two years experience and/or education in archives and records management systems, information sciences, or a related field
Demonstrated knowledge and experience in basic processing methodologies
Demonstrated knowledge of standards in archival arrangement and description including Describing Archives: A Content Standard (DACS), MARC cataloging, and Encoded Archival Description (EAD)
Excellent written communication skills

Desired Qualifications
Graduate degree in Library and Information Sciences, Archives and Records Management, or equivalent field
Experience in a government or related current affairs setting
Certification by the Academy of Certified Archivists

How to Apply

Option 1 – Apply online at
Option 2 – Applications may be completed and fropped off at the Personnel Department, 54th Floor of the Municipal Tower, 700 5th Avenue (at the corner of 5th and Columbia). Completion of a job questionnaire for this posting is required. If not applying online please contact the individual below to obtain a questionnaire.

Contact Name/Number: Melissa A. Beatty at 206-684-5428


An Exceptional Opportunity In Omaha! The Board of Trustees of the Omaha Public Library seeks a creative and dynamic executive to build on the Library’s recent successes and lead it to new levels of excellence. OPL serves an increasingly diverse population of 486,929 (Omaha and surrounding Douglas County) with its downtown main library, 11 branches (the newest, a library/school/community center joint-use facility opens in August) and programming services. With strong facilities, a dedicated staff (94 FTEs) and a projected $12.5 million budget for 2010 the Library delivers quality services to the community. The challenge for the next director is to transform this good library system into a thriving world-class library for all Omaha residents. The largest city in the state of Nebraska and 40th largest in the US, the greater Omaha area boasts a population of 1.2 million. It offers a strong and vibrant business community and is home to eight Fortune 500 companies. With great housing values, a low cost of living (10-13% lower than the national average), outstanding education and healthcare facilities, short commutes and all of the cultural, recreational and entertainment amenities of a city twice its size, Omaha is consistently recognized (ranked #3 in Kiplinger’s “2008 Best Cities”) as a great place to live, work and play. Additional information on the Library, Omaha and the surrounding area can be found at

Responsibilities. As Chief Executive Officer of the Omaha Public Library, the Executive Director reports to a nine-member Library Board of Trustees, serves as a mayoral department head, and works with the Board, staff and major stakeholders to establish the strategic vision for the Library—aligning the Library’s mission, goals and objectives with the community’s needs and priorities. Overall responsibilities include: developing and maintaining effective internal and external communications; building and leading a diverse team of talented professionals to manage Library operations; planning, evaluation and oversight; strengthening current governmental funding sources; working with the OPL Foundation and Friends to develop additional revenue sources; and developing and maintaining collaborative partnerships with local, state and regional organizations and agencies. See for the complete job description.

Qualifications. A master’s degree in library science from an ALA accredited program and a minimum of seven years of increasingly responsible library management experience, including experience in an executive leadership position for a multi-branch library system. Essential attributes and skills include: creativity, energy and enthusiasm; superior written and oral communications ability; demonstrated success in effectively promoting library services to the community; political acumen; collaborative and consensus-building skills; and a thorough knowledge of current trends and “best practices” for library service. Proven success working effectively with a policy-making board and collaboratively with city officials is desirable.

Compensation. A starting salary range of $105,000-120,000 (with final placement dependent upon experience and qualifications) and an outstanding fringe benefits package.

For further information, contact Gossage Sager Associates/Bradbury Associates via email or call 816-531-2468. Apply via email with a meaningful cover letter and your resume as attachments to or The position closes October 11, 2009.

Saturday, August 8, 2009

Distance Learning and Outreach Librarian (#260)

USC Libraries
University of Southern California

USC Libraries seeks an innovative, service-oriented librarian to coordinate its programs as Distance Learning and Outreach Librarian (#260). The librarian will participate in reference, instruction, and outreach programs serving USC's residential and distance learners, and work with information resources in a wide range of disciplines. Requirements: MLS from an ALA-accredited program; at least 2 years experience in an academic or research library; experience providing library services to distance learners; experience creating online instructional and information materials; outreach or marketing experience; evidence of management experience; willingness to travel. USC is an EO/AA Employer. For full position description and application procedure, see:

Head, Gerontology Library (#247B)

USC Libraries
University of Southern California

The University of Southern California (USC) Libraries seek an innovative, service oriented librarian to be Head of the Gerontology Library (#247B), and participate in the teaching and research programs of the Davis School of Gerontology. The successful candidate will provide leadership for the Gerontology Library’s resources, services, and staffing, and provide reference, instruction, collection development and outreach for the Gerontology Library. Requirements: BA in the life sciences, or relevant social science discipline, ALA-accredited MLS (or international equivalent), at least three years experience in an academic or research library. USC is an EO/AA Employer. For full position description and application procedure, see:

Associate Director of Information Technology


Join one of the number one-rated library districts in the nation (rating number one in our population range – see Hennen’s American Public Library Ratings)!

Douglas County Libraries, headquartered in Castle Rock, Colorado (just south of Denver and north of Colorado Springs), is seeking an energetic and innovative information technology leader to join our senior management team.
In the past couple of years our independent library district has converted from barcode to RFID, from traditional checkout to self-check and automated materials handling, from branch-specific phone reference to a centralized call center, from spine-out stacks to exciting, attention-grabbing displays, and more.

Imagine leading our technology efforts in this creative, exciting and dynamic environment as we tackle the frontier of 21st century librarianship. We are one of the largest library systems in Colorado. We checked out over 7.1 million items in 2008, and our circulation increased by 11%. We serve almost 250,000 residents in the county. Our branch locations include state-of-the-art, innovative facilities in Castle Rock, Highlands Ranch, Lone Tree, Louviers, Parker, Roxborough and a new branch in Castle Pines (opening in September 2009).

We are not just distributors of books, bytes, music, and movies. (Although we're good at that, too -- with an average per capita circulation of over 25 per year.) We are catalysts for community change and active civic engagement. Come visit our website ( and learn about us. Then, if you want to join a team defining the future of our profession, apply for the job.

If you are our ideal candidate, you are a dynamic and forward-thinking leader, an effective change agent, an excellent communicator and a supportive team player. You are eager to lead efforts to fulfill our organization’s vision and mission through the effective provision of information technology, communications technology, Web administration and Contact Center services.

Under the direction of the Library Director, this position has responsibility for oversight of computer services and applications, systems, networks, security and communications for the district. The position supervises and directs the work of the Information Technology staff, and serves as a member of the district’s senior management team. You would also oversee the operations of our Contact Center.

The position requires a Bachelor of Science in Management Information Science, Computer Science or a related discipline. A higher level of education in Management Information Science, Computer Science or related discipline is desired. We also require a minimum five years of general systems administration working with a large scale network and in a system management environment. A minimum of three years of current, progressively responsible management/supervisory experience is also required. Broad experience with library management systems and vendors (or experience in a related field such as Education) is desired but not required.

Salary range is $67K - $98K + full and generous benefits. Starting salary is dependent on qualifications and experience. Applications received by August 31, 2009 will receive first consideration. Send your resume, cover letter and DCL application (required, available on our web site) via our online application system, mail, fax or email (PDF or Word equivalent attachments) to: Human Resources, Douglas County Libraries, 100 S. Wilcox St., Castle Rock, CO 80104. Fax: 303-688-7616. Email: EOE.

Library Systems Manager (Librarian I)

Maine InfoNet and The University of Maine System Libraries invite applications from enthusiastic, service-oriented individuals for the position of Library Systems Manager. The Library Systems Manager will oversee the implementation, operation, configuration and support of the integrated library system (URSUS) that supports the seven campus libraries of the University of Maine System. This position will also work collaboratively with rest of the Maine InfoNet staff to provide comprehensive, hands-on support for MaineCat, Minerva, SOLAR, MARVEL! and other Maine InfoNet services and projects, including direct technical support for rapid response to system support requests. The successful candidate will have integrated library system (ILS) experience, an understanding of the vital importance of communication and public service in a multi-type library environment, and demonstrated experience realizing the full potential of technology to serve library staff and patrons. This position will be based out of the Maine InfoNet offices at the University of Maine in Orono and will report to the Executive Director of Maine InfoNet.

Required: MLS from an ALA-accredited program and relevant experience in library environment; experience with and knowledge of integrated library management systems, networking, hardware and software as they relate to the delivery of library services; familiarity with emerging trends and standards in information technology; excellent interpersonal communication skills; excellent written and oral skills communications skills.

Preferred: Experience with Innovative Interfaces integrated library system software; project management experience; familiarity with networked environments (LINUX, UNIX, NT, etc.) and university and statewide networks.

The University of Maine System comprises seven universities. Each of our universities has a distinct mission and serves as the educational and cultural center of its community. The University of Maine is the Land Grant University and Sea Grant College for the state of Maine, and is the flagship institution of the University of Maine System, offering bachelors, masters, and doctoral degrees. Maine InfoNet is a collaborative of academic, public, school, and special libraries that provides leadership in resource sharing, promotes cost effective solutions for quality library information services, and supports the cultural, educational, and economic development of Maine.

This is a 12-month, full-time position with an excellent benefits package including TIAA-CREF and dependent and employee tuition waiver. Review of applications will begin immediately and will continue until the position is filled. Send letter of application, resume, and the names, addresses, telephone numbers and e-mail addresses of three references to: Library Systems Manager Search Committee, 5729 Fogler Library, University of Maine, Orono, ME 04469-5729 or email to

The University of Maine System is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer.

Associate Dean of Libraries for Technical and Automated Services

Adelphi University, chartered in 1896, was the first institution of higher learning for liberal arts and sciences on Long Island. The Libraries serve the University’s 8,400 students enrolled on the main Garden City campus and locations in Manhattan, Hudson Valley, and Hauppauge.

  • Provides leadership for Acquisitions, Cataloging, Serials, Interlibrary Loan/Document Delivery, and Systems operations.
  • Participates in maintenance of the Libraries’ Innovative Interfaces library management system.
  • Contributes to the planning and implementation of digital initiatives.
    As a member of the Libraries’ senior administrative team, participates in a wide range of administrative activities.

ALA-accredited MLS required; a second post-baccalaureate degree is preferred. Significant
supervisory experience and experience in library technical services and automation is required.
Excellent interpersonal and communication skills and ability to work in a collegial environment.

For full position description and online application information see:

Screening of applications will begin in September, but applications will be accepted until the position
is filled.


Assistant Professor -Catalog\Reference Librarian

Central State University in Wilberforce, Ohio, one of the nation’s premier historically black universities, seeks an experienced person committed to student success for the following position:

Assistant Professor-Catalog/Reference Librarian

To apply, visit our website: