Wednesday, October 19, 2011

2 Tenure Track Librarian Position

2 Tenure Track Librarian Positions at CSU East Bay - application deadline is January 31, 2012

Our officially approved job ads are now live on the University website:
OAA Position No. 12-­13 LIBR-­STEM/WEB-­TT:
DUTIES OF THE POSITION: CSU East Bay is looking for a technically adept, forward thinking librarian to serve as the library’s liaison to the University Science, Technology, Engineering & Math (STEM) initiatives, and also advance the library’s online presence as our local web master. The appointee will lead web initiatives with an eye toward innovating design and functionality, and perform/supervise necessary updates and daily maintenance. As a STEM specialist, this appointee will leverage his/her knowledge of STEM disciplines to plan and create library services most relevant to these fields. 

The appointee to this position will participate in a full range of faculty responsibilities including teaching credit courses and other instructional sessions in the library information literacy program; providing instructionally focused reference services in person and online; serving as a subject specialist and liaison to STEM departments; and participating in faculty governance. S/He may be expected to participate in rotational duties at the Concord Campus. Librarians enjoy faculty rank and privileges and are expected to participate in the full range of Library faculty responsibilities and activities expected of a member of the tenure-­track. This is advertised as a 12-­month appointment with a possibility of 10-­month appointment.

DUTIES OF THE POSITION: CSU East Bay is looking for an Online Education/Outreach Librarian who is a creative, team-oriented individual and who combines information literacy instruction, research expertise, outreach, and collection development in the social sciences. The appointee to this position collaborates with colleagues to design, deliver, and assess information literacy instruction with a focus on student learning in the online environment; develop, maintain, and assess instructional online tools for both information literacy and specific disciplines, integrating them into course curricula; and work with the wider community in Alameda and Contra Costa counties, particularly community colleges and feeder high schools, to develop strong relationships and help transition students to the university libraries’ system.

The appointee to this position will participate in a full range of faculty responsibilities including teaching credit courses and other instructional sessions in the library information literacy program; providing instructionally-focused reference services in person and online; serving as a subject specialist and liaison to academic departments in the social sciences; providing in-depth research consultations for the assigned disciplines; assuming other responsibilities as assigned; and participating in faculty governance. S/he may be expected to participate in rotational duties at the Concord Campus and work occasional evenings and weekends. Librarians enjoy faculty rank and privileges and are expected to participate in the full range of Library faculty responsibilities and activities expected of a member of the tenure-track. This is advertised as a 12-month appointment with a possibility of 10-month appointment.

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