New Haven, CT: Archivist for Arts Library Special Collections, Yale University

Link to job posting. The Archivist for ALSC processes and catalogs archival and manuscript materials representing the visual arts and design. They prepare finding aids according to relevant standards and established local practice, including using ArchivesSpace. The ALSC archivist plans, directs, and reviews work of library staff, student assistants, and interns who process special collections and staff who support the ALSC service desk and reading … Continue reading New Haven, CT: Archivist for Arts Library Special Collections, Yale University

New Haven, CT: Archivist for Collection Development, Yale University

Link to job posting. Master’s degree from an ALA-accredited library school or equivalent accredited degree, with formal training in archival theory and practice. In selected instances, a post-graduate degree in museum studies or a related discipline in the humanities or social sciences may be substituted for a master’s degree in library science. Continue reading New Haven, CT: Archivist for Collection Development, Yale University

Lakeville, CT: Discovery Services Librarian, Edsel Ford Memorial Library

Link to job posting. The Discovery Services Librarian, reporting directly to the Assistant Library Director, is principally responsible for curating and developing metadata for the library collections in order to enhance patron access to information resources. They will possess a future-facing perspective on library metadata, keeping abreast of developments in the field and working closely with students and faculty to determine which can be profitably … Continue reading Lakeville, CT: Discovery Services Librarian, Edsel Ford Memorial Library

New Haven, CT: Digital Photographer, Yale University

Link to Job Posting Application Deadline: ongoing Work Site: Central Campus/New Haven, LSF/Hamden & West Campus/West Haven (Work will be divided between three studios, and staff is expected to provide their own transportation). Yale University Art Gallery is seeking a full-time Photographer to photograph two-dimensional and three dimensional art objects from their extensive and diverse art collection using high-end digital equipment. Works from the collection … Continue reading New Haven, CT: Digital Photographer, Yale University

Hartford, CT: Director of Branch Services, Hartford Public Library

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Application Deadline: September 9, 2018

Change your Life. Change the World. Be a member of a team of transformational leaders at the Hartford Public Library (CT) as its next Director of Branch Services. The Director of Branch Services will create an innovative and collaborative team environment, mentor and coach branch managers, and partner with community organizations delivering a high level of service to a supportive and engaged community. The successful candidate will ensure that HPL is delivering exceptional customer experience through impactful programs and services as one of the country’s most innovative and diverse public libraries. This position will have the ability to blend leading-edge library services with the most successful retail and digital applications from a broad spectrum of sectors including education, business, government, and the nonprofit environment. Reporting to the Customer Experience Officer, this position will supervise all branch personnel and branch programs and services. Hartford Public Library, a 501c3 nonprofit, is celebrating 125 years as a public library, and 244 years of offering library services to the residents of Hartford. HPL serves 124,775 residents with 6 branches, a newly renovated Central Library and a $11.5 million annual budget. In FY17, the library staff (96FTE) hosted 860,000 visits and offered over 4,500 programs and classes. Hartford Public Library has gained national recognition in redefining the 21st century urban public library as an innovative and stimulating place where people can learn, discover and explore their interests through a rich array of resources. Continue reading “Hartford, CT: Director of Branch Services, Hartford Public Library”

New Haven, CT: Arts Librarian for Research Services, Yale University

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Application Deadline: ongoing

The Haas Arts Library at Yale University seeks an engaging service-focused librarian for a newly re-envisioned position at the intersection of arts librarianship and digital collections that provides opportunities for growth and professional development in one of the country’s largest academic arts libraries.

The Haas Arts Library supports renowned programs in visual and performing arts at Yale: the Schools of Art, Architecture, and Drama, and the Departments of Theater Studies and History of Art. As liaison to the Schools of Art and Architecture, the Arts Librarian for Research Services builds relationships to best address the needs of these two prominent studio-based programs. Continue reading “New Haven, CT: Arts Librarian for Research Services, Yale University”

New Haven, CT: Project Archivist, Yale Center for British Art

The Project Archivist for the Paul Mellon Archive is a two-year appointment in the Yale Center for British Art Reference Library and Archives. Reporting to the Senior Archivist for the Institutional Archives, the Project Archivist processes the personal collection of Paul Mellon, founder of the museum. The collection consists of documents, books, photographs, and objects documenting aspects of Paul Mellon’s personal life, his role as … Continue reading New Haven, CT: Project Archivist, Yale Center for British Art

Columbus, OH: Life Sciences Librarian, The Ohio State University

The Life Sciences Librarian will serve as the subject liaison to the College of Pharmacy and the College of Arts and Sciences’ biological sciences programs, and will establish a programmatic approach to building partnerships with and delivering the Libraries’ resources and services to a wide variety of students, faculty, and staff in OSU’s academic community. The Librarian will build a wide-ranging support agenda for research, teaching and learning. Collaboration and engagement will extend beyond the pharmacy
and biological sciences programs to include various life sciences, technology, and interdisciplinary communities and units, programs, and centers across the university.

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