Tuesday, July 31, 2012

Director of Collection Management

One part library leader, one part 21st century collections expert (print and digital) and one part consummate professional—that’s the blend the Indianapolis Public Library, http://www.imcpl.org/, is seeking in its newly created Director of Collection Management position. The successful candidate will be capable of thinking strategically and acting tactically to ensure this major urban Library’s collections and technology applications provide reliable access and become that equalizing factor for learning within the community.

The award-winning Indianapolis Public Library is an exciting work environment—as an independent library district with a permanent tax rate exclusively dedicated to public library services—the Library staff (400 FTEs) and almost 500 volunteers serve the 800,000+ citizens of Indianapolis and Marion County through 23 locations, including the stunning new Central Library, the Children’s Museum’s InfoZone, and an active bookmobile. Named a Four-Star library by Library Journal for the past three years, the Library celebrated 3.9 million patron visits and a 14.6 million circulation in 2011. The Library has a $49 million annual budget—a $5.5 million materials budget–and the Library Foundation provides substantial support for programming, materials and technology.

Indianapolis, http://www.indy.gov/, the state capital and county seat of Marion County, is Indiana's largest city, the 12th largest city in the U.S., the second largest city in the Midwest, and one of the fastest growing regions in the United States.  Historically focused on government and industry, Indianapolis today offers a diversified economy in the fields of education, health care, and finance.  Tourism is also a vital part of the economy—the City plays host to numerous conventions and sporting events. The region boasts rich cultural amenities and offers excellent recreational activities—all contributing to an outstanding quality of life.  Additional information on the Library and the area can be found at Indianapolis Links, http://www.gossagesager.com/IMCPLlinks.htm.

Responsibilities: The Director of Collection Management will be responsible for strategic leadership, management and planning for Library-wide collections including centralized selection, acquisitions, and processing and cataloging of all formats.  Utilizing trends in electronic licensing, access, copyright, and traditional collections, the successful candidate will work with library leadership to develop policies and carry out tactical directions for maintaining the Library’s collections—including cataloging and metadata, digital collections, product development and print acquisitions. Duties will also include management of the Library’s shared catalog with local schools and museums in the Partner’s Program; negotiating vendor contracts; performing analysis and evaluation of present or proposed procedures and computer-based solutions to library issues.

Qualifications: ALA-accredited Master's Degree in Library Science; the ability to obtain and retain an Indiana Librarian Certificate 1; and a minimum of six years of professional experience including three years of supervisory experience. The applicant must have broad knowledge of the principles and practices of public libraries particularly multi-branch systems; understanding of library collections, selection, publishing and acquisitions issues; knowledge and understanding of issues related to electronic resources; and excellent interpersonal and communication skills.

The full job description, http://www.gossagesager.com/collmgrjobdesc.pdf,  has additional details. Ten years of library experience with at least six years of collection management responsibilities is preferred. 

Compensation: The hiring salary range is $75,000-$100,000 with a competitive benefits package.

For further information or to apply, contact Jobeth Bradbury, Bradbury Associates/Gossage Sager Associates, JobethBradbury@gossagesager.com.  A cover letter and current resume as Word (or pdf) attachments will start the application process. This position closes September 16, 2012.

The Indianapolis Public Library is proud to be an EEO/AA employer M/F/D/V and maintains a drug-free workplace and performs pre-employment substance abuse testing.

Monday, July 23, 2012

Business Librarian – Continuing Appointment

York University Libraries seeks a motivated and service-oriented librarian to serve as a member of the Peter F. Bronfman Business Library and to provide reference and research assistance, instruction, collections and liaison services related to business teaching and research at York University.

York University offers a world-class, modern, interdisciplinary academic experience in Toronto, Canada's most multicultural city. York is at the centre of innovation, with a thriving community of almost 60,000 faculty, staff and students who challenge the ordinary and deliver the unexpected.

The Peter F. Bronfman Business Library, located in the award-winning Seymour Schulich Building, provides facilities, resources, and reference, research and instructional services to the business programs of York University, including those of the highly ranked Schulich School of Business.  A comprehensive collection of print, electronic and data resources support quantitative and qualitative research in business and economics.  Three full-time librarians and five full-time support staff are currently based in the Bronfman Library. 

York University Libraries consists of a large central library and three branch libraries, one of which is the Peter F. Bronfman Business Library. York’s collections have over six million items, including nearly two and a half million book volumes and a multitude of electronic research databases including most of the major business online resources.

The successful candidate will participate in teaching, reference, collection development, liaison, research and assessment activities in the Libraries and elsewhere on campus, and in the development of new programs and services. The librarian will liaise with faculty and academic units, and develop collections for designated business subjects.  The librarian will provide instruction support for business subjects. This individual will support faculty and students with business data research needs and will make effective use of statistical methods, systems and tools to help clients locate, evaluate and use business data resources. He/she will work with the finance librarian to assist patrons in the effective use of financial resources for research and study. The successful candidate will participate in the shared decision-making of the Peter F. Bronfman Business Library and on collegial committees of the Libraries and of the University. He/she will be expected to work regular evening and weekend shifts.

The successful candidate will have the following qualifications:

  • An ALA-accredited MLIS or equivalent.
  • Background in business or economics and/or relevant expertise in business librarianship.
  • Strong quantitative and analytical skills required.
  • Demonstrated knowledge of quantitative and qualitative statistical procedures, systems and tools.
  • Expertise in using statistical software, and in manipulating raw data in order to analyze, customize and format reports.
  • Demonstrated expertise in the effective use of financial and business databases.
  • Demonstrated ability to provide business reference or research services in an academic or special library.
  • Broad knowledge of business print materials and digital information sources.
  • Demonstrated understanding of methods of effective instruction and ability to teach in a variety of settings and formats.
  • Commitment to customer service and excellent oral and written skills required.
  • Excellent advocacy, organizational, problem-solving and interpersonal skills.
  • Evidence of professional initiative and flexibility. 
  • Demonstrated ability to work effectively in a collegial setting.
  • Ability to work with a diverse clientele.
  • Knowledge of assessment concepts and methodology.
  • Demonstrated ability to liaise with key stakeholders.
  • Interest in collections development on business-related subjects.  
  • Understanding of emerging technological trends and conversant with web technologies.
  • Demonstrated ability to manage a diverse workload. 
  • Willingness to undertake library and university committee responsibilities, professional development, research and scholarship.

This is a continuing appointment with the designation of Assistant Librarian and appropriate for a librarian with a maximum of six years post-MLIS experience. Librarians at York University have academic status and are members of the York University Faculty Association bargaining unit (http://www.yufa.org/). Salary is commensurate with qualifications. The position is available from January 2013. All York University positions are subject to budgetary approval.

York University is an Affirmative Action Employer. The Affirmative Action Program can be found on York's website at www.yorku.ca/acadjobs or a copy can be obtained by calling the affirmative action office at 416-736-5713. All qualified candidates are encouraged to apply; however, Canadian citizens and Permanent Residents will be given priority.

York University resources include centres relating to gender equity, race and ethnic relations, sexual harassment, human rights and wellness. York University encourages attitudes of respect and non-discrimination toward persons of all ethnic and religious groups, regardless of gender or sexual orientation.

Deadline for applications to be considered is September 13, 2012. Applications, including a covering letter relating qualifications and requirements of the position, and a current curriculum vitae with the names of three referees, should be sent to:

Chair, Peter F. Bronfman Business Library Appointment Committee
York University Libraries
310 Scott Library
4700 Keele Street
Toronto, Ontario
M3J 1P3
Fax: (416) 736-5451
E-mail: yulapps@yorku.ca

Applications should be sent by mail, or by email or fax with a hard copy following.

Librarian I/II: Social Sciences

The Wayne State University Library System seeks a highly motivated, service-oriented individual committed to social sciences librarianship and interested in working in a team-based library environment as a user experience librarian.  Under general administrative oversight of the User Experience Director, the Social Sciences Librarian provides research services to faculty and students and participates in reference related projects with a focus in Sociology and Anthropology.  Within the Sociology and Anthropology departments, this position is charged with 1) building core relationships with major stakeholders as a liaison to assigned academic departments, identifying instruction opportunities and setting department information literacy goals to ensure quality curriculum support via student-based instructional efforts; and 2) working closely with colleagues to identify and advance opportunities for instruction and engagement with students and faculty to support development of collections.  This position actively contributes to the library’s outreach activities by establishing strong ties with faculty, effectively communicating with external clients and successfully marketing library services.  The individual in this position must exercise considerable judgment when making decisions, balancing competing priorities and communicating effectively with customers and colleagues.  
Required Qualifications:  Master's Degree in Library/Information Science from an ALA-accredited institution, or equivalent; subject background in the social or behavioral sciences; public services experience in a large academic library setting; understanding of professional trends and new technologies relating to the provision of library resources and services; ability to manage multiple priorities and tasks in a rapidly changing environment; excellent oral and written communication skills; demonstrated ability to collaborate with all levels of staff and with all ranges of campus and community partners; ability to manage projects and set and achieve individual and team goals; demonstrated commitment to expanding skills and professional growth.
Preferred Qualifications:  Second master’s degree in Sociology highly preferred, or advanced degree in other social science discipline; previous experience with reference and instruction in an academic library; experience with ICPSR or other data repository is desirable. 

For more information about the Wayne State University Library System, please visit our website:   http://www.lib.wayne.edu.   Applications should be submitted electronically by sending a complete resume and letter of interest including the names, addresses, telephone numbers, and e-mail addresses of at least three professional references to 038604:  Wayne State University’s ON-LINE HIRING SYSTEM at https://www.jobs.wayne.edu. 
Applications accepted until position is filled.

Wednesday, July 18, 2012

Public Services Librarian/Assistant Librarian

Miami University Libraries (Hamilton Campus) seeks a Public Services Librarian/Assistant Librarian to provide reference, collection management, and instructional services; apply usability and accessibility standards to create and maintain library web pages; conduct assessment and maintain relevant statistics; foster strong relationships with academic departments; contribute to library’s team organization; other duties as assigned; some evenings and weekends required. 

Required Qualifications:  Graduate degree from an ALA-accredited institution; web site design and maintenance experience; commitment to quality public service; ability to work independently and with a team to carry out projects on a deadline; strong written and verbal communication skills; flexibility in an environment of continual change; commitment to meet Libraries’ requirements for promotion and continuing contract (see http://www.lib.muoho.edu/about/larps.pdf).   

Desired Qualifications: Experience providing or supporting instruction using distance-learning technologies and social media; experience with Drupal content management system; knowledge of Web 2.0 best practices as applied to libraries; experience teaching one-shot instruction sessions and credit courses; public service in an academic library. Submit letter of application, resume and contact information for three professional references to muhlibsearch@muohio.edu.  

Screening of applications begins August 13, 2012 and will continue until the position is filled.  Miami University is an EEO/AA employer with smoke-free campuses.  

More information about Miami University can be found at the OEEO website at http://www.units.muohio.edu/oeeo/employment-recruitment.  

Right to Know-Consumer Information found at http://www.miami.muohio.edu/about-miami/publications-and-policies/student-consumer-info/.  Hard copy upon request.

Monday, July 16, 2012

Research Librarian for the Sciences and Engineering

The Virginia Commonwealth University Libraries seeks faculty candidates for the position of Research Librarian for the Sciences and Engineering. The incumbent will collaborate with teaching faculty to develop and deliver course-integrated instructional content, actively participate in the department’s growing research consultation service, and work with collection management librarians to enhance collections and services in designated subject areas. 
ALA-accredited graduate degree or accredited graduate degree in a discipline related to the sciences or engineering required. 
Salary commensurate with experience, not less than $45,000. 
Review of applications will begin August 13, 2012 and will continue until the position is filled. 
Preferred qualifications, application procedures and other information are available in the complete position description at http://www.library.vcu.edu/about/jobs/SciencesAndEngineering.html. 
Virginia Commonwealth University is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer. Women, minorities, and persons with disabilities are encouraged to apply.

Electronic Resources Access Specialist

Kansas State University Libraries in Manhattan, KS are seeking an Electronic Resources Access Specialist.  Bachelor’s degree required.  For a complete position description and application procedures visit our website:  www.lib.k-state.edu/jobs.   

EOE.  Background check required.

Legal Research And Digital Initiatives Law Librarian

Florida International University's College of Law Library is seeking a service-oriented, innovative and proactive librarian to expand services and build digital collections in a young but rapidly growing library.  The Legal Research and Digital Initiatives Law Librarian reports to the Director of the Law Library and provides high-level reference assistance,  leadership in issues related to scholarly communication, open access publishing, and resource digitization, and develops and manages web-based resources, including handling licensing and access issues. 

For a full description of the position go to:  http://jobsearch.fiu.edu  and search by job title or for job ID number 504480.

Friday, July 13, 2012

Director of Libraries

Bordering Southeast Florida’s Atlantic coastline, Broward County is the eighteenth largest county in the nation and Florida’s second largest.  Home to over 1.7 million people, Broward County’s warm climate, ethnic and racial diversity, expanding economy, myriad of housing options, excellent schools, state-of-the-art healthcare, and advanced transportation system afford its residents an exceptional quality of life.  The Broward County Libraries Division, by population served, is the ninth largest library system in the United States. The Division has over 600 permanent staff positions and an operating budget of $59 million. The Director of Libraries is responsible for directing the activities of the Division and oversees its administration, including policy development, supervision of professional staff, planning and organization of services to the public and also prepares and monitors the Division budget. Requires an MLS from an ALA accredited school and six years experience in a large, multi-branch library system, including four years supervisory experience. Please apply online immediately. Resume review will begin September 21, 2012 at www.allianceRC.com. For more information, contact Sherrill Uyeda or Syldy Tom at (562) 901-0769 or email info@allianceRC.com
 Salary: $95,283 - $156,263 DOQ.

Assistant Head, Scholarship and Education Services Associate Librarian

The J. Willard Marriott Library seeks an energetic, visionary, innovative, and accomplished professional for the newly created position of Assistant Head, Scholarship and Education Services. The ideal candidate will work with the Head of Scholarship and Education Services to provide leadership and guidance and to chart a future course that incorporates digital scholarship with the teaching and learning activities in the Library and the University of Utah campus.

Reporting to the Head of Scholarship and Education Services (Head, SES), responsibilities include: work closely with the Head, SES to provide strategic vision and leadership for Library digital scholarship and education services, coordinate the Library’s teaching and learning efforts, provide direction for further incorporating technology into course implementation, assist faculty inside and outside the Library with hybrid course development (online materials substitute for some in-person meetings) and the implementation of a flipped classroom model (rich media delivers information typically delivered as a lecture and this media supplements rather than replaces in-person sessions), assume primary leadership of the Visual, Information, and Technology Literacy (VITL) initiative (http://campusguides.lib.utah.edu//vitl), develop collaborative grant proposals to further research in Library instructional design, provide leadership for additional collaborations with TACC (Technology Assisted Curriculum Center) and CTLE (Center for Teaching and Learning Excellence) in the new Faculty Center, shape new directions for services that support student learning and faculty research and scholarship, serve as a role model for outreach and campus engagement that expands connections and builds partnerships, provide research and technology assistance in person at the Knowledge Commons and the Faculty Center as well as online through chat and email, and participate in teaching that includes first-year programs and other targeted courses in the campus curriculum.  The Assistant Head will contribute to implementation of action in the Marriott Library Strategic Plan (http://www.lib.utah.edu/info/Marriott Library Strategic Plan.pdf) and will be expected to be professionally active through participation in appropriate professional societies and through research and publication.

Required qualifications
  • ALA-accredited MLS/MLIS OR Masters degree in a specific discipline with professional experience working in an academic library OR equivalent academic credentials in digital scholarship or instructional design with professionally relevant experience
  • Demonstrated evidence of progressively increasing scope of leadership, management, and supervisory responsibilities and ability to foster an organization-wide perspective that ensures effective stewardship of available resources.
  • Experience and demonstrated skill in management and supervision, including hiring, orienting, training and development, organizing workloads, delegating responsibility, providing guidance and direction, monitoring and evaluating performance, coaching and counseling, and taking disciplinary action as necessary.
  • Demonstrated strong commitment to service excellence through experience in planning, developing, and assessing programs and in providing innovative services to faculty and students.
  • Demonstrated leadership and analytical skills and creative and innovative problem-solving skills.
  • Ability to be proactive, flexible, and collaborative as a team leader in order to accomplish departmental, library, and institutional goals.
  • Outstanding analytical, organizational, project, and time management skills and ability to simultaneously lead multiple projects.
  • Ability to set priorities, meet deadlines, and complete tasks and projects on time and within budget.
  • Excellent oral and written communication skills and interpersonal skills.
  • Commitment to fostering a diverse educational environment and workplace and ability to work with a diverse student and faculty population.
  • Ability to work creatively, collaboratively, and effectively both as a team member and independently and to promote teamwork among colleagues.
  • Capacity to thrive in the fast-paced, future-oriented environment of a research institution and to respond effectively to changing needs and priorities.
  • Evidence of active participation and involvement in professional and scholarly associations and a record of scholarly engagement, typically demonstrated through publications and presentations, and commitment to professional issues and involvement.
  • Ability to meet University's requirements for tenure.
  • Successful completion of a criminal background check, as required by Utah state law (http://www.regulations.utah.edu/humanResources/5-130.html)

Preferred qualifications
  • Doctoral degree or significant progress toward a doctoral degree in a relevant field
  • Experience with statistical analysis and using statistical software (IBM SPSS, ATLAS.ti, STATA, etc.)
  • Ability to develop assessment programs to improve instruction and/or digital scholarship services.
  • Demonstrated proficiency and capabilities with information technology, specifically course management programs, such as Canvas, and library-relevant information technology applications and Internet and Web-based technologies that support digital scholarship.
  • Strong media technology and software skills.
  • Successful history of government or foundation grant applications and/or individual and corporate awards.
  • Experience teaching credit-bearing courses in a university setting.

$55,000+ dependent on qualifications. 

Excellent benefits calculated at approximately 37% of salary including TIAA-CREF, medical, dental, generous paid sick and vacation accrual, sabbaticals, and professional development time.

Marriott Library is an ARL library with over 60,000 journals in electronic and print formats, 20 classrooms, Special Collections (Rare Books, Book Arts Program, Ski Archives, Middle East Library, etc.), Digital Scholarship Lab, over 100 digital collections, and seating for over 3,000 users. The University, with a student population of 30,000, is situated on a 1,500-acre campus in Salt Lake City.

Salt Lake City has a population of over 1 million and offers residents a wide variety of cultural, entertainment and recreational activities, all located along the Wasatch Mountain Range. Information can be found on the web at http://www.utah.com/, and http://www.slcclassic.com/visitors/.

Application Procedures
Complete the online application including a detailed cover letter addressing how your experience matches the qualification; curriculum vitae; and names and contact information, including email, mail and phone number of three references.  Application received by August 10, 2012 will be given full consideration.  QuickLink to apply: http://utah.peopleadmin.com/postings/16999

The University of Utah is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer and educator.  Minorities, women, and persons with disabilities are strongly encouraged to apply. Veterans preference.  Reasonable accommodations provided.  For additional information: http://www.regulations.utah.edu/humanResources/5-106.html.

The University of Utah values candidates who have experience working in settings with students from diverse backgrounds and who possess a strong commitment to improving access to higher education for historically underrepresented students.

Dean of University Libraries

Temple University invites applications and nominations for the Dean of University Libraries. The University seeks a visionary dean to lead a major program of library development, including the construction of a new signature building replacing Paley Library and connecting the Temple University campus with the greater Philadelphia community. Reporting to the Provost, the dean will continue to strengthen every aspect of Temple University’s libraries, building on substantial recent gains in services, collections, curricular integration, and stature, and completing the creation of a library system that fully supports the university’s agenda of providing opportunities for faculty and students, research excellence, metropolitan engagement, and global reach. The dean will be a strategic partner in the leadership of Temple University and its development and implementation of new initiatives in the pursuit of academic excellence.

Temple University is a comprehensive public research university in an urban setting, the 28th largest university in the U.S. and one of the nation’s leading centers of professional education. With 37,000 students presently on its domestic campuses (27,000 undergraduates), the university has experienced student enrollment growth of 31% over the last decade.

The Temple University Library system presently comprises nine libraries, including those at Temple University Japan and Temple University Rome, and the Temple University Press. It has an aggregate budget of $24 million, including $13 million for collections. The main university library system, which includes the Samuel L. Paley Library, employs approximately 50 professional staff, 70 support staff, and 40 FTE student assistants. The Simmy and Harry Ginsberg Health Sciences Library, housed in the new Medical Education and Research Building, reports to the Dean of University Libraries, while the Law Library has a separate budget and staff, it coordinates development of its services and budget with the Dean. From 2004 to 2011, the Temple University Libraries rose from 83 to 57 in the Association of Research Libraries rankings.

Temple’s Board of Trustees has approved and secured state funding for a new signature library building. The library will become a focal point for Temple University students and faculty and for the North Philadelphia community. It will be transformative for Temple University as a community of scholars and for North Philadelphia by providing community space and life-long learning opportunities for area residents.  Temple is currently in the process of reviewing RFPs in the selection of an architectural firm for the project. The new Dean will play a central role in the design and development of this building and its services.

Successful candidates will bring an understanding of and significant experience in addressing the major challenges facing academic research libraries today – rapid changes in scholarly communication and the storage and delivery of information in the electronic age; creative and efficient use of physical space; the changing role of academic libraries as places, providers of information, and supporters of research and instruction; the ability to support multiple constituencies (faculty, undergraduates, graduate, and professional students) with differing needs; and the need for effective cross-divisional/cross-functional team development. The new dean should be prepared to lead a major capital development program that will define the very nature of the library at Temple University for years to come.

All inquiries, nominations, and applications should be directed with a cover letter in confidence to:

Alan Wichlei, Vice President and Director, or Beverly Brady, Senior Associate, Isaacson, Miller, 263 Summer Street, Boston, MA  02110.  E-mail:   Templedeanlib@imsearch.com

For more information about Temple, please visit its website: www.temple.edu
Temple University is strongly committed to Affirmative Action and Equal Opportunity and encourages qualified women and members of minority groups to apply

Librarian: Coordinator of Cataloging and Metadata Services

As a member of the Library’s management team, the Coordinator of Cataloging is responsible for management, coordination and quality assurance of cataloging, metadata systems and materials processing for books and other formats.  As a library faculty member, individual must participate in the library instruction and academic liaison programs, provide reference assistance and research advising, and meet departmental faculty standards.  For full position description, qualifications and application process, go to Siena’s HR web site www.siena.edu/humanres .  Review of applications will begin on September 15, 2012.   Siena College is an Equal Opportunity Employer M/F/D/V/ and encourages applications from all qualified candidates.  To further this goal, we request that you complete the Equal Employment Opportunity Data Form located at www.siena.edu/eeo (the posting number for this position is R818. 

Friday, July 6, 2012

Science Librarian

SUNY Geneseo seeks a service-oriented, and enthusiastic individual to provide reference, library instruction, scholarly communications and outreach in an active liberal arts environment.  This librarian will primarily serve as liaison to six departments in the Sciences (Biology, Chemistry, Geological Sciences, Physics and Astronomy, Mathematics, and Computer Science).  Major responsibilities will include:

  • General and subject-specific reference assistance in the sciences, including in-person, virtual and by-appointment consultations
  • Liaison to science departments, providing outreach, support and collection-based advice
  • Participation in and development of curriculum-integrated information literacy instruction for the Sciences, with online and face-to-face formats
  • Participation in the library's general instruction program for undergraduates
  • Engagement in collection development and information resources management (e.g. Mendeley, Diigo, Endnote, etc.) in the Sciences
  • Participation (in collaboration with other library and academic departments) in digital and scholarly communication projects, including project management, data curation, assessment and grant writing
  • Advising on the acquisition of scientific data sets for campus use and supporting digital library initiatives
  • Conducts ongoing assessment of library services to the science departments, which includes gathering and analysis of assessment data (surveys, needs, etc.) and use statistics

This is a 12-month, full-time tenure-track faculty position at the Senior Assistant Librarian level with attendant expectations for professional competence, service and scholarship.  Initial appointment is for two years.  Some evening and weekend work is required.

  • Master's degree in information and/or library science from an ALA-accredited school or an ALA-approved foreign equivalent; 
  • Demonstrated commitment to enhancing service through teamwork and responsiveness to faculty, students, and colleagues; 
  • Excellent organizational, interpersonal, communication and project management skills;
  • Commitment to providing high-quality public service within a flexible and continually evolving academic library environment

  • Degree in the sciences or experience in a science library;
  • Proven experience using scientific data sources;
  • Commitment to the instructional mission of the academic library;
  • Demonstrated ability teaching and assessing information literacy;
  • Academic reference desk experience;
  • Knowledge of and comfort with many forms of technology;
  • Well-versed in scholarly communication issues, especially as they apply to the sciences.

Salary is commensurate with qualifications/experience. Comprehensive benefits package included.

SUNY Geneseo is a highly selective public liberal arts college with approximately 5000 students.  The campus is located in the historic village of Geneseo in the Finger Lakes region of Western New York, just south of Rochester.  The college is consistently ranked by several rating services as being among the best public undergraduate institutions in the country.  Geneseo is a member of the Council of Public Liberal Arts Colleges.

Apply online at https://jobs.geneseo.edu and submit a letter of application, resume, and name/title/contact information of 3 professional references. Applications will be accepted until position is filled.

Review begins July 16, 2012.

All applicants are subject to drug and criminal background checks.

Questions may be directed to:
Sue Ann Brainard
Reference/Instruction Librarian
Milne Library, SUNY Geneseo
1 College Circle
Geneseo, NY 14454