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Information Literacy Librarian Dickinson College Carlisle, PA

The Waidner-Spahr Library of Dickinson College seeks an outstanding and dynamic Information Literacy Librarian who is dedicated to excellence in teaching and will help to shape our educational programming for a variety of disciplines.  This librarian will develop, deliver, and assess course-integrated information literacy sessions in collaboration with faculty members. 

Review of applications begins February 19, 2018
Digital Scholarship and Instruction Librarian (2-Year Term position, starting Summer 2018) Grinnell College Grinnell, Iowa

Grinnell College Libraries seek a librarian to fill a temporary appointment with rank as Assistant Professor. The appointee will engage students and faculty in a variety of collaborative roles, including providing one-on-one consultations, teaching research literacy classes, supporting undergraduate research, and providing outreach to academic departments and concentrations.

Feb. 19, 2018 for full consideration
Associate Director of Libraries Oberlin College & Conservatory Oberlin, Ohio

The Oberlin College Libraries (OCL) seeks an innovative, creative, and visionary leader for the position of Associate Director of Libraries. The successful candidate will serve as a direct report to the Director of Libraries (the Director). The Associate Director fills a mission-critical role within OCL, serving as the second in charge of the Libraries in the absence of the Director, as the unit’s budget manager with responsibility for approximately $6.7 million dollars annually, and as the Head of the Technical Services Group.

February 1, 2018
Research & Instruction Librarian Wellesley College Wellesley, MA

Wellesley College seeks two highly motivated and creative social sciences Research & Instruction Librarians devoted to public service in a liberal arts college environment.

We seek candidates who take an expansive approach to the work of libraries, to the possibilities afforded by information technologies for achieving the college's goals for student and faculty work, and to the integration of their work across the team, the organization, and the college.The Librarians will work collaboratively as key members of the Research Services team to build a community of students who are information literate and confident lifelong learners. These Librarians will act as liaisons to social sciences and some related interdisciplinary departments, offering innovative support for the teaching, learning, and academic research in social sciences disciplines. In this capacity, one position will be responsible for social and behavioral sciences disciplines, while the other position will be responsible for historical, social, and ethical studies disciplines.

The Librarians will continually assess social science disciplinary needs, seeking thoughtful ways to address them through collaborations with faculty and fellow instructors on assignment design, integrated instruction, individual consultations, and support for independent learning. As part of the deeply merged Research and Instruction Support team of librarians and instructional technologists, the Librarians support faculty and students in all disciplines in the exploration and application of new technologies and methodologies for digital scholarship and scholarly inquiry.

For more information, visit  https://career.wellesley.edu/postings/2065

Electronic Resources Librarian Wellesley College Wellesley, MA

Wellesley College seeks an experienced, knowledgeable and collaborative Electronic Resources Librarian to manage the College’s online resources and serials subscriptions.  The E-resources Librarian is responsible for the timely activation, renewal, and processing of subscriptions and invoices, and works with LTS colleagues and publisher/vendor contacts to ensure consistent access to online resources. <!--break--> The E-resources Librarian collaborates with subject specialists, publisher/vendor representatives, and others to ensure collection goals are met, including investigation, planning, and negotiation of new and existing services, purchases, and license terms, and analysis and assessment of e-resource collections and their cost effectiveness.

For more information and to apply, please visit  https://career.wellesley.edu/postings/2086

 

Acquisitions Specialist Wellesley College Wellesley, MA

Wellesley College seeks an experienced, collaborative, and service-oriented Acquisitions Specialist to shares responsibility for the ordering and acquisition of materials for the Wellesley College Library collections. The Acquisitions Specialist plays a key role in monitoring and spending the Library’s materials budget using the College’s financial system and other software programs.

For more information and to apply, please visit https://career.wellesley.edu/postings/2087

 

Database Maintenance Specialist Wellesley College Wellesley, MA

Wellesley College seeks an experienced, collaborative, and service-oriented Database Maintenance Specialist to support user discovery of library resources at Wellesley College and beyond.  The Database Maintenance Specialist is responsible for maintaining accurate, current data in the library catalog and other discovery platforms, and for assisting in the fulfillment of interlibrary borrowing and lending requests.

For more information and to apply, please visit https://career.wellesley.edu/postings/2088

Systems and Educational Technology Liaison Wheaton College Norton, MA

Wheaton College in Norton MA is seeking applicants for a Systems and Educational Technology Liaison.  This position is tasked with support of current systems and works on projects to deliver new services to better support a vibrant and dynamic learning environment. In this role, the liaison provides support for faculty, students, and Wallace Library staff by developing and maintaining networked applications for teaching, learning, and research at Wheaton College. The liaison administers, maintains, and supports all modules of the library’s WorldShare Management System; is the primary contact for problem resolution; and, as needed, will function as the library’s representative to regional and national user groups. In addition, the liaison is charged with supporting, maintaining, developing, and installing specialized library applications and networked academic technology, either individually or as part of a group, including: interlibrary loan software (OCLC’s Tipasa), electronic reserves software (DocuTek), streaming media services, learning management systems (e.g. Moodle), and social software (e.g. blogs, wikis, podcasting, etc.). The liaison serves as an instructional technology specialist, an educator, and a frequent point of contact for library staff, and faculty. The liaison facilitates the use of technology in teaching, learning, and scholarship for staff and faculty, provides professional development opportunities, and encourages and supports their use of technology in the classroom. Under the direction of the Director of Research and Instruction, the liaison explores, introduces, and implements strategies and tools to make best use of technology in teaching. The liaison also actively engages with the College’s technology-enhanced teaching and learning initiatives.

The Systems and Educational Technology Liaison serves in the Research and Instruction (R&I) Department, which is responsible for the direct support of teaching, learning, and research, particularly as they are enhanced by technology and the use of library and other information resources. The ideal candidate will provide high-quality, robust systems that facilitate search, discovery, and delivery of library services and resources to the entire Wheaton community.

For the full job description and to apply please go to: https://jobs.wheatoncollege.edu/postings/2293

Dean of Library Services - Wheaton College Wheaton College Norton, MA

Wheaton College (www.wheatoncollege.edu) seeks a bold and transformative leader to articulate and implement a new vision for the Wallace Library that will reestablish its relevance for all College stakeholders – faculty, students, staff, alumni, and the surrounding community, re-making it as a vibrant space, both physical and virtual, for collaboration, exploration, and innovation that advances the Wheaton mission.

As an appointed member of the College faculty, the Dean collaborates closely with faculty and administrators to continually align and integrate the Library’s collection, systems, and resources with the needs of Wheaton’s curriculum. To that end, the Dean builds communities of practice and interest across campus, conceiving innovative ways in support of resources and in search of external funding to advance the Library’s programmatic initiatives, including the promotion of information literacy across the curriculum and the use of digital methods and technologies in the classroom.

With ambition and innovative thinking, the new Dean will move the Library toward the level of service, impact, and relevance that the College expects in terms of its collection, space, and role in teaching, learning, research, and community. Informed by a 2016 ACRL review, other priorities that have been identified for the new Dean include developing a strategy for the library’s digital collection; developing a plan for the evolution of the library’s space and physical environment; and contributing to the design, launch, and success of the new Center for Teaching and Learning, which will report alongside the Library to the Provost and will likely be housed in the library.

Wheaton is seeking a Dean who is open, collaborative, trusted, and committed to the Wheaton College community and who will engage all members of the community in an ambitious and innovative vision. Specific requirements for the position include a Master’s degree from an ALA-accredited Library/Information Science program. Candidates should have at least 10 years of progressively responsible experience in library administration, preferably in an academic institution; experience as a direct report to a library director/dean, or as a director/dean is expected. Significant experience with library budgets, library operations, and the recruiting, hiring, management, and leadership of professional and paraprofessional staff is expected; experience developing a long-range plan for financial sustainability, including with fundraising via grant-writing or philanthropy, is a plus. The Dean will share and will advance the College’s commitment to diversity and inclusion.

For the complete position description, see https://adobe.ly/2ARdAMG

Located between Boston and Providence, Wheaton College is a four-year, private liberal arts college with 1,550 students. Its mission is to “create possibilities for our students by offering a full range of studies in the arts, sciences, humanities, mathematics and social sciences. Our approach to the liberal arts emphasizes active learning in the classroom, on the campus and in the real world.” The Wheaton Curriculum offers more than 600 courses in 40 majors and 50 minors. The student-faculty ratio of 10 to 1 and average class size of 15-20 students help to create the close collaborative relationships that develop between undergraduates and faculty.

Wheaton College has retained Opus Partners (www.opuspartners.net) to support this recruitment. Craig Smith, Partner, and Jennifer Rumain, Senior Associate, are leading the search. Confidential inquiries, applications, and nominations should be submitted by email to jennifer.rumain@opuspartners.net.

Wheaton College is committed to achieving excellence and cultural diversity, and welcomes applications from women, members of minority groups, and others who will increase the diversity of the College community.

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