Associate University Librarian for the Division of Digital Strategies

October 1, 2021

Job #JPF02048
Library / Office of the Executive Vice Chancellor / UC Santa Barbara
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Position Overview

Position title: Associate University Librarian for the Division of Digital Strategies
Percent time: 100
Anticipated start: January 2022 or later
Position duration: Indefinite

Application Window

Open date: September 15th, 2021
Next review date: Sunday, Oct 31, 2021 at 11:59pm (Pacific Time) Apply by this date to ensure full consideration by the committee.
Final date: Friday, Dec 31, 2021 at 11:59pm (Pacific Time) Applications will continue to be accepted until this date, but those received after the review date will only be considered if the position has not yet been filled.

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Library Technician II, Glendale Community College

August 8, 2019

$3,916.12 – $4,317.50 Monthly

Glendale, CA

Job Type
Full-time Classified

Library and Learning Support Services

Job Number

8/30/2019 5:00 PM Pacific

Performs a variety of specialized technical duties in the circulation, organization and management of library resources and materials. Position may require working evening and/or weekend shifts.
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Collection Strategist for Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM)

October 21, 2018

Rank and Salary Scale

3621-Assistant Librarian, Potential Career3617-Associate Librarian, Potential Career3613-Librarian, Potential Career(Commensurate with Experience)

Organizational Unit Content and Discovery

Position Overview The University of California, Riverside (UCR) seeks a motivated, proactive, user-oriented STEM Collection Strategist. The successful candidate will be dedicated to collaborative, stakeholder focused and evidence-based collections’ management. The STEM Collection Strategist will work collaboratively with a subject-based team of Collection Strategists to develop and implement systematic data-driven and user-centric collection assessment and evaluation methodologies.

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Research and Reference Librarian – Natural Sciences Liaison, Pepperdine University

July 6, 2018

Research and Reference Librarian – Natural Sciences Liaison

The Research and Instruction Librarian – Natural Sciences Liaison provides research support for faculty and students, teaches classes in information literacy, and, in consultation with faculty and other vested partners, recommends scholarly materials in the natural sciences for addition to the general and reference collections.


  • Provides research assistance to Payson Library users through the following tasks: Demonstrates a strong customer service attitude. Works assigned shifts on the public service desk assisting patrons (including some weekend and evening hours). Offers in-depth research assistance to the natural sciences faculty and students. Works collaboratively and independently in a fast-paced environment. Stays abreast of current trends in the field.
  • Provides information literacy instruction: Assists in planning, conducting, and evaluating a program of orientation, instruction, and assessment for students, faculty and staff at Payson Library, congruent with ACRL Guidelines and other best practices regarding information literacy instruction. Instructs library users in information seeking research skills using both print and electronic information sources. Creates Infoguides to support specific classes, subjects, and initiatives. Develops tutorials as needed. Learns and applies emerging technologies in library instruction and research services.
  • Participates in collection development activities: Contributes to the ongoing development of the general and reference collections. Serves as subject specialist and liaison to the Natural Science Division of Seaver College, and actively curates these collections to be relevant to and aligned with the teaching, learning and research needs of the college.
  • Other projects and duties as assigned: Contributes to long- and short-term planning for the Pepperdine libraries. Engages in research and publishing according to guidelines set forth in the Librarians’ Handbook. Serves on library and university committees. Participates in professional development locally, regionally, and nationally.
  • Uphold University mission through work performed.

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Librarian I (Permanent Part-Time)

April 24, 2018

Final Filing Date: Monday, May 21, 2018

Hourly Pay Range: $27.93-$34.89. In addition, the City of Arcadia offers a monthly benefit allowance of $536.

The Position:

This is a part-time, at-will position with benefits. The City of Arcadia is offering a rewarding opportunity to an enthusiastic, motivated and service-oriented Librarian I to perform a full range of complex tasks and support various sections of the library. The Librarian I will actively assist library patrons with finding and using library resources; plan and implement programs, and demonstrate exceptional teamwork, flexibility, and have strong commitment to providing quality customer service.

Responsibilities of the Position:

  • Provide general and specialized reference, reader’s advisory, referral, and information services to patrons in person, by mail, social media, e-mail, chat, and over the telephone.
  • Aid and instruct patrons in the selection of materials, collections and resources, as well as locating appropriate information sources.
  • Teach a variety of basic, new and emerging technology literacy classes for the public; frequently use technology in daily duties to support patrons with new software, hardware, and mobile devices.
  • Responsible for assigned collection development, maintenance, and evaluation. Exercise professional judgement to identify, evaluate, and select library materials in a variety of formats.
  • Plan, schedule, and publicize library programs, exhibits, and events for children, youth and adults.
  • Conduct community outreach including presentations at local schools.
  • Assist in the development, implementation, and evaluation of programs and services in the assigned areas of reference, children’s services, or technical services.
  • May exercise supervision over technical, clerical, and volunteer staff; perform other related duties and responsibilities as assigned.

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Instr/Ref Librarian at Los Angeles Valley College

April 17, 2018

The Los Angeles Valley College Library is recruiting for a tech-savvy instruction and reference librarian with a strong service orientation, a commitment to serving a diverse community college population, and a passion to help students succeed. This full-time, 10-month, tenure-track faculty position will add to the current momentum of our enthusiastic, progressive department, helping to build relationships across campus and improve communication, outreach, and research support throughout the curriculum. Schedule will include regular evenings and weekends.

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Applications accepted through April 27, 2018.

Chinese Cataloging Librarian – Three Year Appointment

June 16, 2017

Chinese Cataloging Librarian –Three Year Appointment

C. V. Starr East Asian Library

Hiring Range: Associate Librarian–Librarian

$53,913–$76,344 per annum, based on qualifications

This is a three year full time temporary appointment available starting August 2017 with option to renew dependent upon funding.

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Education Librarian – Saint Mary’s College of California

June 16, 2017

Saint Mary’s College of California Library is seeking an experienced, energetic, and innovative librarian to serve the Kalmanovitz School of Education. This twelve-month, non-tenure track appointment is planned at the Associate Librarian level.


The Kalmanovitz School of Education offers primarily graduate-level instruction in 16 programs in counseling, education, and leadership. Degrees include a BA in Leadership, numerous masters and credential programs, and the EdD in Educational Leadership. We are looking for someone with a strong grounding in the teaching profession and/or education curriculum (credential process, pedagogical methods, etc.) and who enjoys teaching information literacy. The Education Librarian teaches embedded information literacy/research skills sessions nights and weekends since many of the programs serve working adult learners. The position also oversees the Library’s children’s literature collection and the test collection used by the counseling and school psychology programs.


The Education Librarian will serve on the General Reference Desk, participate in the Library’s team structure, serve on campus committees, and be professionally active.

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Library Aide I/II

November 9, 2016

The City of Arcadia is seeking enthusiastic, motivated and service-oriented individuals to perform a wide variety of routine, technical, and clerical duties in support of various sections of the library.

Responsibilities of each Position:
Library Aide I – Under immediate supervision:
-Sorts and shelves books, and other materials alphabetically and numerically for different sections, which includes Adult, Teen and Children; straightening shelves and loose books.
-Shelves magazines and newspapers for reference and circulation.
-Operates office machines, provides customer service by assisting patrons.
-May include assisting supervisor with ongoing projects in various sections of the library.
-Pick up and delivers library materials from bins to library.
-Performs other related duties and responsibilities as assigned.

Library Aide II – Under general supervision:
-Checks in and checks out books and other library materials; assists, registers patrons and issues library cards; collects fines and processes transactions.
-Provide customer service by assisting patrons with use of computers and related equipment, including copiers, scanner and printers.
-Maintain equipment by providing basic-level troubleshooting, re-supplying and cleaning. Report technical problems to appropriate library personnel.
-Assist patrons with use of software, particularly automated computer reservation   system, Microsoft Office programs, and various interactive online forms.
-Enforce City policies, rules and regulations.
-Train volunteers for computer assistance.
-Performs other related duties and responsibilities as assigned.

The Arcadia Public Library is open Monday through Saturday. Hours for this position are fifteen (15) hours per week, including evenings and Saturdays.

Library Aide I: No experience is required.
Library Aide II: One (1) year of experience as a Library Aide.
Education: Equivalent to the completion of the twelfth grade or current enrollment in high school.

FINAL FILING DATE: FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 18, 2016. Please visit the City’s careers website at to submit an online application along with any application materials relevant to the position. Resumes may be submitted with your online application but will not be accepted in lieu of a completed City application.

Collection Management Department Head & Subject Specialist – Saint Mary’s College of California

July 13, 2016

This position is part of the Library’s senior management team reporting to the Dean, of Academic Resources.


The Head of Collection Management oversees $1.3M purchasing for new Library materials, manages a department of four who acquire and make available for the college community 3,000 – 5,000 books, standing orders and media resources, 90K journals and over 200 databases, with over 5,000 orders and 1,000 invoices approved annually.  Responsible for planning, goal-setting, problem-solving, and evaluation, including assessment of staff, vendors, processes, and procedures.


In addition, this position leads the Collection Development Team, collaborating with 11 librarian subject specialists. Allocates and manages a complex, multi-disciplinary annual budget.  This position plays a key leadership role, serving as the Library’s liaison to various campus committees, constituencies, and external organizations, particularly consortia.


Provides reference desk service, including weekends and evenings, and serves as a subject specialist for collection development, instruction, and outreach to one or more academic departments or programs (to be determined).



  • MLS or MLIS required. Prefer a second master or an advanced degree.
  • Minimum 7 years professional librarian experience, academic setting preferred.
  • Demonstrated ability to work collaboratively and lead successfully in a team environment.
  • Substantial experience working with publishers and information providers, a solid understanding of the marketplace and trends.
  • Successful collection development experience, particularly a solid track record managing collection funds, preferably to support multi-disciplinary fields.
  • Experience working with library consortia and vendors, particularly for electronic resources, including license agreement negotiation.
  • Substantial experience with major integrated library systems in some aspect of collection development required.
  • Experience hiring, evaluating, training, and mentoring both career staff and student workers.


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