Link to Job Posting Application Deadline: ongoing WHO WE ARE: The Hallmark Art Collection is a renowned collection of postwar and contemporary art in a variety of media. In addition to acquiring and maintaining art for Hallmark’s corporate headquarters and ancillary locations, the program organizes exhibitions and administers programs to engage the public with art. The Hallmark Art Collection is the most enduring corporate collection … Continue reading Kansas City, MO: Art Collection Registrar, Hallmark
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The Visual Materials Associate Processing Archivist will be responsible for all aspects of processing and cataloging the Missouri Historical Society’s Photographs and Prints and Moving Images and Sound collections. Continue reading “Saint Louis, MO: Visual Materials Associate Processing Archivist, Missouri Historical Society”
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Manager is able to go up to 24 hours a week for this role. It will be a 2 month assignment at this point and based on when they start. Continue reading “Kansas City, MO: Digital Image Collection Cataloger, Axelon Services Corporation”
To direct the staff and operations of the Richardson Memorial Library at the Saint Louis Art Museum; to administer Library activities in the areas of reference, circulation control, collection development, acquisitions, collection maintenance, and organization of materials; to manage the Library budget; and to create planning procedures for long-term policy development. Link to job posting. Continue reading Saint Louis, MO: Head Librarian, Saint Louis Art Museum
Link to job posting. Application Deadline: March 9, 2018 Continue reading Cape Girardeau, MO: Director of Resource Services, Southeast Missouri State University
Link to job posting. Application Deadline: March 16, 2018 Continue reading Care Girardeau, MO: Education Information Librarian, Southeast Missouri State University
Link to job posting. Application Deadline: March 9, 2018 Continue reading Cape Girardeau, MO: Information Literacy Coordinator, Southeast Missouri State University
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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.
St. Charles City-County Library—a Kaleidoscope of Discovery! —seeks a motivated and knowledgeable change agent for this progressive Missouri library district. The successful candidate, working with a nine-member dedicated Board of Trustees, will demonstrate a clear vision, lead by example, and build strong internal and external relationships with library stakeholders—staff, the Foundation, the Friends of the Library, and the 385,000 residents of St. Charles County. With a focus on effectiveness and efficiency, the Library serves its customers from twelve locations and an annual $18 million operating budget. St. Charles City-County Library is a separate taxing district supporting the Library by a property tax. Key areas for future focus include: exploring the expansion of services through additional branches or alternative access; developing a new strategic plan; serving as the liaison to the Foundation Board and Friends of the Library to support and encourage their efforts; actively engaging the community; and developing, supporting, and mentoring staff. The basics for exemplary service are in place and the District is poised to achieve new levels in service excellence.