This position serves as MDT’s Librarian/Technology Transfer Program Specialist and is responsible for coordinating the ongoing development and administration of multiple libraries, systems, and services. The Technology Transfer Program includes the development and management of the Department’s library, conduct of peer exchanges and literature search services, and the development of newsletters, research seminars and symposia, and other outreach materials. This is a solo librarian position, including administration, technical and public services, outreach, and training. The position is responsible for providing effective planning; cataloguing and classification; access, circulation, and security; research assistance; training; and other services. The position is also responsible for coordinating ongoing budget and accounting functions of the Technology Transfer Program; developing and coordinating a range of communication and outreach activities and materials; and performing a variety of other duties as assigned. The position reports to the Research Programs Manager and does not directly supervise others.
Contact Name: Robin Francis
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Institution/Organization Name: Montana State University – Bozeman
Job Location: Bozeman, MT
Job Title: Electronic Resources & Discovery Services Librarian / Assistant Professor, Montana State University
Application Deadline : February 22, 2017
Years of Experience Required:
Link to Job Posting: https://jobs.montana.edu/postings/7743
Job Description: The Montana State University Library invites applicants for Electronic Resources and Discovery Services (ERDS) Librarian, a tenure-track faculty position at the rank of Assistant Professor.
The ERDS Librarian has primary responsibility for acquisition and maintenance of electronic resources and for providing access to these and other resources through the Library’s Discovery Services, currently Primo from Ex Libris. Additionally, the Montana State University Library recently migrated to Ex Libris’s Alma unified resource management system along with 15 other academic libraries in Montana.
The ERDS Librarian serves as a member of the Collection Development Department and reports to the Head of Collection Development. The ERDS Librarian supervises staff member time in support of ERDS, and will participate in collaborative statewide electronic resource development, help the public troubleshoot access issues, and coordinate across library departments. As a member of the Library faculty, the ERDS Librarian is expected to meet the University’s research and service requirements for promotion and tenure.