Fremont, NE; Library Director, Midland University

Brief overview of PositionThe Library Director is an experienced, forward thinking, academic professional with in-depth research, information literacy development, customer service, and academic program support skills.  He or she collaborates with the Dean of Curriculum & Instruction to ensure academic support resources are in place for undergraduate and graduate students and faculty. 

 

Promotes excellence in development and delivery of outcomes-based academic library and academic program support practices

  • Oversees Library functions to include reference/ research services, development and maintenance of physical and online collections
  • Serves as the university resource for development of information literacy initiatives (credit bearing curriculum as well as non-credit bearing workshops)
  • Coordinates Academic Program Support services to include tutoring, Writing Center, Math Lab, Supplemental Instruction, and Quiz Lab
  • Provides proven, research-based information literacy theory and support for research and reference services inside-, and outside-, of the classroom.
  • Maintains up to date trend awareness regarding innovative best practices for academic libraries and academic program support services
  • Assesses established learning and non-learning outcomes using evidence-based decision making for continued improvement

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Amherst, MA; Director of Assessment and Planning, UMass-Amherst Libraries

The UMass Amherst Libraries seek a dynamic and innovative Director, Assessment and Planning. The Director, Assessment and Planning provides leadership for and participates in assessment and planning efforts across the UMass Amherst Libraries; leads the collection, analysis, and documentation of assessment data; develops an evidence-based approach to achieving strategic objectives related to library operations and user needs; supports data visualization, analysis, and reporting needs across the Libraries. Coordinates and supports colleagues engaged in assessment work and works with staff across the Libraries to ensure a broad understanding of assessment goals and the ability to work with assessment measures. Provides leadership and support for strategic planning initiatives. Represents the Libraries for assessment initiatives on a national and local level.

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NYC, NY; Senior-Level Time-Based Media Conservation Consultant, Small Data Industries

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We are a start-up consultancy specializing in the conservation, display, access, and management of collections of Time-Based Media Art, and we are looking to fill a new full-time senior-level position in our growing team. Our diverse and international list of clients includes institutions, art collectors, galleries, and artists. Day-to-day activities – at our Brooklyn headquarters, and on-site with clients – can include conservation treatment and documentation of an artwork, a strategy meeting with a museum director, a workshop with various stakeholders, time spent developing a roadmap for implementing digital preservation on a shoestring budget for an emerging artist’s studio, or research of emerging technologies being employed by artists.

 

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Madison, WI; Special Librarian, UW-Madison School of Education

Required: At least 3 years of experience working with children’s and young adult literature in a library setting or other professional context; demonstrated commitment to diversity; understanding of cultural and social issues related to diversity; knowledge of contemporary children’s and young adult literature; passion for contemporary children’s and young adult literature and related issues; willingness and ability to read widely outside of work in order to regularly offer assessments of new books for children and teens; demonstrated oral and written communication skills; confidence speaking to groups of adults (teachers and librarians); strong administrative and organizational skills; demonstrated ability to succeed in a collaborative work environment; ability to work independently and to meet deadlines; and ability to travel.

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Fitchburg, WI; Library Assistant II Youth Services, City of Fitchburg

Under the supervision of the Librarian II, performs a variety of routine duties associated with youth services. The position has a strong customer service component, including applying and interpreting library policies.

Hours for this position are as follows:
Monday 9:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m.
Tuesday 5:00 p.m. – 9:00 p.m.
Wednesday 5:00 p.m. – 9:00 p.m.
Thursday 9:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m. 
Friday 2:00 p.m. – 6:00 p.m. 
Every 3rd weekend:
Saturday 9:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m.
Sunday 1:00 p.m. – 5:00 p.m.

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Eugene, OR; Librarian/Program Supervisor, Lane County

Description
Lane County is hiring a Program Supervisor to work as the Lane County Law Librarian. The Law Library is a program of County Administration, and is supervised by the Intergovernmental Relations Manager. The Law Library provides services to litigants and to attorneys, and is open to the public between the hours of 8AM and 5PM Monday – Friday. It is located in the basement of the Public Service Building, 125 East 8th Avenue, in Eugene. The ideal candidate will be accustomed to working independently, have excellent customer service skills, and will have a command of the legal resources available in the law library facility and community at large. If you have exceptional communication skills and strong attention to detail, we encourage you to apply.

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