Professional Career Opportunities at:
- Stony Brook University, West Campus;
- University of Colorado Denver
- Arizona State University;
- Georgia Institute of Technology
- Tufts University;
- Orbis Cascade Alliance, Oregon
- Otterbein University, OH
- University of North Carolina, Wilmington
“…The Associate Dean for Collection Strategy and Management reports to the Library Dean to develop and implement a vision for the range of activities associated with discovery and delivery of information resources, including the selection, acquisition, description, access and preservation of research library collections. The Associate Dean oversees three departments totaling nearly 30 staff: Collections Strategy and Management, Curation and Preservation Services, Special Collections and University Archives. The selected candidate will be responsible for the following:
- Serves as a member of the library’s senior leadership team to develop the vision of a research library collection; set policies that are reflective of University goals, and coordinate initiatives for promoting the University Libraries.
- Works with library staff, the Stony Brook University Library leadership, the University community, consortia partners, and library/higher education organizations to identify opportunities for developing a rich array of resources and enhancing access to all library collections.
- Manages Library Collections, Acquisitions, Cataloguing & Metadata, Serials Management Print/Electronic, Preservation, Special Collections and University Archives operations in support of priorities established by senior library leadership…”
“While ensuring fiscal accountability for library materials acquisitions and expenditures, the Acquisitions Librarian will manage day-to-day operations, provide internal and external direction on all aspects of the purchasing of learning materials (e.g. print and electronic books, journals, videos, and databases), and define, implement, and evaluate strategic priorities in concert with Auraria Library’s many stakeholders…”
The Arizona State University Libraries seeks applicants for an Automated Metadata Processes Librarian working in the Bibliographic & Metadata Services Department. This is year-to-year, Academic Professional position, Assistant or Associate rank, depending on experience. For complete application and qualification requirements, please visit the ASU Libraries website at: http://lib.asu.edu/Employment/acadprof
Application deadline is October 2, 2015; if not filled, applications will be reviewed weekly thereafter until the search is closed…”
“…The Licensed Content Coordinator manages the acquisition of licensed content including databases, eBooks, and print and electronic serials. This position reports to the Head of Library’s Collection Acquisitions and Management (CAM) Department, oversees the operation of Electronic Resource Unit, and currently supervises a Library Associate I. Reporting relationships are likely to change as new programs and projects emerge and others evolve…”
“…Reporting to the Head of Collections, the successful candidate in this new position will lead the selection of materials to add to the open access Tufts Digital Library, focusing on materials produced by AS&E faculty and students, as well as published and unpublished born-digital materials that complement local strengths and deepen the collection in areas of strategic importance on campus.
Additional responsibilities include curating digital exhibits to highlight collection strengths, developing best practices around digital library collections, and working with faculty authors and editors in exploring more library support for campus-based publishing…”
The Orbis Cascade Alliance seeks applications for the new position of Program Manager to oversee, coordinate, develop and assess the Discovery and Delivery Program, consisting of discovery systems and services, chiefly but not exclusively the Ex Libris discovery system, and delivery systems and services, chiefly the Summit service based on Ex Libris Alma and Primo integrated library system, used by all member libraries. Duties and Responsibilities: Guided by the consortium’s mission, vision, values, and strategic agenda, work is non-routine and requires a creative approach to program management and leadership. This position is expected to exercise great latitude in determining organizational process associated with large, complex, distributed, and high-profile projects.
Otterbein University is seeking “a … librarian to advance our digital initiatives, such as the Digital Commons @Otterbein http://digitalcommons.otterbein.edu/ . Responsibilities: Reporting to the Library Director, this librarian will provides leadership, management and policy and planning activities for the campus-wide digitization projects and digital initiatives. He/she will work collaboratively to plan and implement best practices for the collection development of scholarly works and for their preservation, accessibility, usability and usage analysis within the determined system architecture. This position will partner campus-wide in efforts related to data management. He/She will have reference responsibilities, serve as a library liaison to assigned departments and is responsible for teaching library instruction sessions…”
- Associate Director Library Information Technology and Digital Strategies – University of North Carolina, Wilmington
“…Provides programmatic leadership and advocacy for information technology, digital initiatives, repository services and resource discovery and access services. This position will serve as the administrator for the Library Information Technology and Systems Division. Working both independently from and collaboratively with other Library faculty and staff, the Associate Director furthers the strategic goals of the library. The Associate Director will also partner with the University’s Information Technology Systems and other University entities in building a vibrant digital future, continuing to enhance already strong collaborations as well as exploring new opportunities for collaboration across campus….”