|Job Title||Institution||Location||Description||Application Deadline|
|Head of Special Collections at Williams College||Williams College||Williamstown, MA||
Provides leadership, vision, and management for the newly formed Special Collections Department which brings together the College Archives and the Chapin Library, the College’s rare books library. Helps develop a shared identity and common commitment to the mission and goals of Special Collections. Supports innovative approaches for access to special collections and development of digital collections. Raises the visibility of Special Collections in support of the educational mission of the College. Oversees the development, management and preservation of the collections. The Head of Special Collections reports to the Director of Libraries and is a member of the Williams College Libraries (WCL) leadership group.
|open until filled; for full consideration, apply by October 31, 2015|
|Digital Initiatives Librarian||Wheaton College (MA)||Norton, MA||
The Digital Initiatives Librarian serves as a technology specialist and a teaching partner with an emphasis on the use and development of online information resources for teaching and learning, including web-based resources. Working under the general direction of the College Librarian, the Digital Initiatives Librarian is responsible for conceiving, planning and executing projects to digitize and preserve the unique materials of Wheaton College, including initiatives for research data management, faculty and student scholarly publication, and digital preservation. Working closely with faculty and colleagues, the Digital Initiatives Librarian assists faculty and students in creating, publishing, and using digital information resources.
|Open until Filled|
|Social Sciences Research and Digital Learning Liaison||Wheaton College (MA)||Norton, MA||
The Social Sciences Research & Digital Learning Liaison serves as a research consultant, an instructional technology specialist, an educator, and a frequent point of contact to faculty and students in the Social Sciences within a merged library/information technology organization. The person in this position facilitates the use of information resources and technology in teaching, learning, and scholarship for faculty and students in the Social Sciences departments and some interdisciplinary programs. As a member of the Research and Instruction Liaison Team, this librarian/instructional technologist is responsible for research consultations and instructional services for his/her assigned areas. The person in this position also actively engages with the college’s technology-enhanced teaching and learning initiatives. S/he introduces and implements improvements to make the best use of technology in teaching, including course logistics, content delivery, course discussion, and student collaboration. This librarian/technologist collaborates with other LIS and academic staff to further the mission and priorities of the college.
|Open until filled|
|Electronic Resources Librarian||Hope College||Holland, Michigan||
The Electronic Resource Librarian will provide leadership and a strategic vision for connecting electronic collections to our user population and is responsible for managing all aspects of the life cycle of electronic resources including acquisition, licensing, cataloging, access, discovery, assessment, and problem resolution. This position, reporting to the Head of Systems and Technical Services, will play an integral role in the evolution, development, and implementation of new strategies relating to electronic collections and the user experience and is ultimately responsible for resolving all e-resource access concerns that are reported by library staff and users.
|A review of completed applications will begin December 1, 2015|
|Digital Liberal Arts Librarian||Hope College||Holland, Michigan||
Hope College seeks a dynamic and collegial Digital Liberal Arts Librarian who can enhance teaching and learning at Hope by empowering faculty, librarians, and students to make full and better use of the digital technologies that are reshaping pedagogical approaches and transforming research throughout the liberal arts. This position will encourage faculty and librarians to integrate digital technologies into their pedagogy and inspire students to produce scholarship in innovative ways through personal assistance, workshop training, and collaboration.
|A review of completed applications will begin December 15, 2014.|
|Claremont Colleges - STEM Librarian||Claremont Colleges Library||Claremont, CA||
The Claremont Colleges, a distinguished consortium of five undergraduate liberal arts colleges and two graduate institutions located just east of Los Angeles, California, seeks a STEM Team Librarian for the Claremont Colleges Library. This position offers an excellent opportunity for the successful candidate to develop collaborative relationships with faculty, students, and staff to support research, teaching, and learning with STEM communities across the Claremont Colleges
|Applications by November 2, 2015 will be given first consideration|
|College Librarian /Library Director||Austin College||Sherman, Texas||
The Academic Affairs Division of Austin College invites applications for the position of College Librarian/Library Director of the George T. and Gladys H. Abell Library Center beginning June 1, 2016. Austin College is a leading national independent liberal arts college located north of Dallas in Sherman, Texas. Founded in 1849, making it the oldest institution of higher education in Texas operating under original charter and name, the college is related by covenant to the Presbyterian Church (USA). Recognized nationally for academic excellence in the areas of international education, pre-professional training, and leadership studies, Austin College is one of 40 schools profiled in Loren Pope’s influential book "Colleges That Change Lives".
|December 1, 2015|