The Outagamie Waupaca Library System (OWLS) is seeking a librarian with 3 or more years of experience in public libraries to fill the position of OWLSnet Manager. This position is responsible for the overall administration of the OWLSnet automation consortium, including the coordination of policies and procedures agreed upon by consortium members, and working with the Library Services Manager on the technical operation of library automation software.
OWLS operates a shared, integrated library automation network (OWLSnet) for 49 public libraries in Northeast Wisconsin. We seek to coordinate and strengthen public library service in our member libraries through consulting, technology, delivery, and training. People who excel at OWLS are self-motivated, can work well independently and on a team, and can balance attention to detail with an appreciation of the big picture.
American Library Association accredited Master’s degree in Library/Information Science OR equivalent combination of advanced degree and relevant experience.
Experience in a health science or academic research library.
Excellent communication, presentation and interpersonal skills.
Demonstrated ability to take initiative and actively engage with faculty and students.
Demonstrated ability to work collaboratively with colleagues in a research-intensive environment.
Ability to respond effectively to changing needs and priorities.
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Position Summary: The User Services/Assessment coordinator provides the full range of library reference services to faculty, staff, students and other library patrons; maintains the library website. Participates in library liaison and collection development activities. Analysis data to understand the physical and virtual use of the library’s space. Evaluate and recommend services to library administration that are important to users, and evolve the physical and virtual space of the library with current teaching trends.
The Faculty Librarian Subject Specialist Liaison focuses on the teaching of information literacy, both generally and within their subject specialty, in the classroom as well as through consultations. Liaisons are responsible for developing resources that connect UCM students and faculty with the information they are seeking, providing research and information service to UCM faculty and students, developing professional relationships with faculty members in their assigned departments, managing collections in their subject areas, and being active in the library profession and across campus. As faculty members, liaisons engage in shared governance and may pursue scholarly activities. Other duties as assigned.
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UNC Chapel Hill School of Information and Library Science
International Summer Seminars 2018
March 1st deadline!
Join the School of Information and Library Science (SILS) at UNC Chapel Hill in Prague, London, or Dublin and Berlin during summer 2018! Look behind the scenes at librariesthroughout England or the Czech Republic, or explore the inner workings of global corporations and start-ups in Germany and Ireland. Our programs offer both students and professionals an opportunity to deepen their knowledge and understanding of information or library science in a global context.
The Hustisford Community Library is accepting applications from qualified
candidates to fill the position of Library Director.
The ideal candidate would possess:
- experience working with library boards and governing bodies
- knowledge of budget preparation, policy development, administration and employee supervision
- knowledge of current library practices, technology and trends
- library experience in public service and public relations
- demonstrated leadership ability and dependability
Librarian, Ochsner Health System, New Orleans, LA
At Ochsner, whether you work with patients everyday or support those who do, you are making a difference and that matters. We are seeking candidates that share our Ochsner values of Patients First, Compassion, Integrity, Excellence, and Teamwork. Our values guide our decisions, inspire our actions, and influence our relationships with patients, coworkers and community members.
This job provides quality clinical and scholarly information services to meet the needs of the Ochsner medical staff, residents, students, and patients; assumes responsibility for implementing all duties of the medical library and its staff; handles information and reference services including online literature searches; coordinates document delivery services and interlibrary loan requests; oversees acquisition and management of electronic and print materials for circulating, reference, and special collections; manages the systems and technology for cataloging and accessing medical library materials and resources; and works closely with the other medical librarians, medical library staff, and the medical library Advisory Board to support the clinical information needs of the Ochsner system.