Manager, Library Services

February 22, 2017

Job Title: Manager, Library Services

American Career College (ACC) has been helping people succeed since 1978 and we are currently seeking a Manager of Library Services. This is an outstanding opportunity for a service-oriented individual to help our students begin their journey toward their new careers.


Reporting directly to the Vice President, Academics, and working closely with campus and academic program leadership, the Manager, Library Services plans, implements and coordinates the operations of the Learning Resource Centers (LRCs) for the college; develops, interprets and administers LRC policies, procedures, issues and activities; provides appropriate learning resources services with pertinent resources such as texts, journals, and periodicals; multi-media and/or electronic resources; computers; internet access, research databases; and other similar resources and equipment for students, faculty, and staff; and ensures applicable records administration in accordance with college policies and procedures and all applicable federal, state and accrediting agencies standards and regulations. Provides excellent customer service in order to increase student retention in accordance with the mission and purpose of the college.

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Fine and Performing Arts Librarian

February 22, 2017

12 Month Tenure-Track Fine and Performing Arts Librarian
University Library

Sacramento State seeks to fill a tenure track Fine and Performing Arts Librarian position with a focus in supporting student success by developing innovative approaches to instruction, outreach, and collection development in the areas of Art, Art History, Theater, Dance, and Music.

As the center of campus intellectual discovery, the University Library promotes teaching, learning, research, and scholarly communication at the University by integrating the Library with campus student success programs and instruction. One of twenty-three libraries in the California State University System, the Library holds over 1.4 million volumes, comprised of print and electronic monographs and serials, and is a Federal Document Depository. The Library’s mission is to inspire excellence in teaching, learning, and scholarly activities. The University Library is undergoing rapid transformation with new leadership, a forward-thinking vision, and a deep commitment to improving the campus learning environment.

Applications for this positions are to be submitted through the Sacramento State jobs website: Instructions on how to apply can be found at this link.

External applicants can apply by clicking on the Faculty, Staff, and Management Opportunities link and internal applicants can apply by logging on My Sac State.

Please refer to job posting ID numbers: Fine and Performing Arts Librarian: 101935.

Library Electronic Resource Management Coordinator

February 22, 2017

Position #: 17/18 LIB 01
Position: Library Electronic Resource Management Coordinator
Type: 12-month, Tenure-Track / Probationary Rank: Senior Assistant Librarian
Available: July or August 2017
Location: Walter W. Stiern Library

Eileen Montoya, Administrative Support Coordinator II
Search and Screening Committee
California State University, Bakersfield
Walter W. Stiern Library (Mail Stop: 60 LIB)
9001 Stockdale Highway
Bakersfield, California 93311-1022

Phone: (661) 654-3042 Email:

Description: California State University, Bakersfield seeks a productive and effective librarian for Electronic Resource Management Coordinator (ERM). The successful candidate will make significant professional contributions to the Walter W. Stiern Library, a teaching-learning facility fully integrated with technology to support the overall mission of the University. The library, with 150,000 square feet on five levels, opened in 1994, and contains more than half a million physical and wide-ranging digital resources. The library is a major campus technology center that is actively involved in student learning and is a hub for public and campus engagement.
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Library Programs Consultant, California State Library

February 18, 2017

Develops, implements, and monitors complex statewide library literacy grant programs, including the nature and scope of the program, application parameters, personnel requirements, evaluation methodology, and budget. Targets library literacy services to people with limited functional literacy skills of diverse geographic, cultural, and socioeconomic backgrounds. Monitors and provides the lead for statewide programs funded at both the federal and state level, including but not limited to, the Library Services Technology Act, the California Library Literacy and English Acquisition Services Program, the California Library Services Act, the Library of California, and the Public Library Foundation. Develops, reviews, and interprets applicable statutes and regulations for these programs. Evaluates and monitors federal and state grant projects awarded to local libraries. Makes on-site visits when required. Reviews and approves all required reports. Provides training opportunities for targeted literacy grant programs.

Provides consultative assistance to libraries and library cooperatives and consortia on all aspects of library management and service, including, but not limited to, planning, organization, finance, state and federal law, building, adult and children’s services, literacy, and technology. Analyzes and evaluates current planning, management, and program methodologies in public libraries. Identifies future trends, opportunities, and problems that affect public libraries. Assists public libraries in organizing the community and local officials to implement structured, formal, planning techniques and methods in the management of libraries. Designs programs and training events to strengthen public libraries’ abilities to make library services more responsive to the needs of their communities and to more effectively use local and state resources in support of those services. Assists library management in development of statewide and local programs to accomplish these improvements and to help make the most effective use of staff and financial resources.

Plans, designs, and implements programs and activities that strengthen the California State Library and LDS. Serves as California State Library liaison to local, regional, and state-level systems and organizations of different types of libraries and allied information providers. Makes presentations to libraries and public bodies on California State Library and LDS services and programs. Performs special assignments as defined by Assistant Bureau Chief and Bureau Chief.

Full job description and requirements –  Library Programs Consultant Job

Librarian, California State Library

February 18, 2017


Provides genealogy reference service to state employees, members of the public, and to other libraries, using books, periodicals, indexes, electronic databases, the Internet and other resources. Assists library patrons, both remotely and in person, in the use of resources in the Sutro’s genealogy and local history collection and other relevant sections of the State Library. Refers patrons to information resources outside of the California State Library. Works the reference desk and creates and/or updates procedures related to reference. Assists with training of new staff and volunteers.

Serials Cataloging

Works with the cataloging department to make sure serials and journal publications are cataloged and holding records are correct and maintained.


Prepares and conducts talks to genealogical and historical groups interested in the genealogy. Conducts tours and orientations of Sutro’s genealogy collection. Adroit use of social media in order to grow collection awareness. Coordinates with volunteers to hold quarterly events.

InterLibrary Loan

Reviews incoming interlibrary loan (ILL) requests and verifies Sutro’s holdings in microfiche, periodical, and book titles. Fulfills requests either digitally or by mail. Sorts requests by circulating and non-circulating materials. Refers difficult ILL questions to the Director.

Collections Development/Maintenance

Evaluates donations and acquisition of genealogy-related materials (including periodicals, newspapers and books) for inclusion in the collection. Maintains current collection with an eye towards conservation and digital access.


Prepares bibliographies and guides as needed. Participates in State Library study groups and serves on State Library committees. Provides research and reports as requested by the Sutro Library Director, the Chief of State Library Services, and/or the State Librarian.

Full job description and requirements – Librarian-Sutro Library Job

Fine and Performing Arts Librarian (Tenure Track – 12 Month)

February 18, 2017

Job Description

Job Title: Fine and Performing Arts Librarian (Tenure Track – 12 Month)
Job ID: 101935
Full/Part Time: Full-Time
Regular/Temporary: Regular
Job Code: 2920 Librarian 12 Mo
Job Grade: Sr. Assistant
Department: Library
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Full Time, Tenure Track Librarian

February 16, 2017

Sierra College is accepting applications for: Full Time, Tenure Track Librarian (Rocklin Campus)

Under administrative direction of an educational administrator, to provide support for the Learning Resources Center (LRC) program in the areas of reference, collection development and user services (e.g., circulation, reserves, interlibrary loans, etc.) and to do related work as required. This position to commence Fall 2017.

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Research Data Management Program Manager – Library

February 16, 2017

Library Position: Academic Administrator IV
Salary: $72,624-$99,672, per annum, based upon qualifications
This is a full-time appointment available starting May 2017

UC Berkeley is looking for a service-oriented Research Data Management (RDM) Program Manager whose principal role will be to ensure the effective design and coordination of RDM issues and services. The RDM Program Manager will be the lead position responsible for administering the RDM program and services for the campus. S/he will be a campus resource on local, national and international RDM developments, overseeing the program and its services to academic departments and service units. The RDM Program Manager will work closely with and lead a multi-departmental team and will be responsible for providing leadership and collaborative coordination to ensure the success of this university-wide program.

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Full and Part Time Temporary Librarian positions

February 16, 2017

California State University, Northridge’s Oviatt Library is looking for full-time and part-time temporary librarians  (Assistant Librarian Rank) in the Research, Instruction & Outreach Services Department. Appointments by semester. May include evening and/or weekend hours.

Minimum educational requirements: Graduate degree in library/information science from ALA-accredited school, or equivalent degree if granted from outside the United States or Canada.

For more information about the position, including the complete list of qualifications and application instructions, please see: Application deadline is March 31, 2017.

Public Services Librarian – Collections and Assessment

February 16, 2017

The Sacramento City College Library is hiring for a tenure-track position, Public Services Librarian – Collections and Assessment.

The position begins on or around August 17, 2017.

From the posting:

Under the supervision of the Dean of Learning Resources, and in collaboration with the other librarians, the Public Services Librarian’s duties include, but are not limited to:

  • Providing reference and information services to students and staff.
  • Providing library instruction in a variety of settings.
  • Maintaining up-to-date instruction materials for library resources, including print and online publications and services.
  • Utilizing current and emerging technology in reference and instruction duties.
  • Selecting materials across all subject areas and formats.
  • Developing quantitative and qualitative methods for determining the effectiveness and value of collection development activities across all formats in terms of how well they meet students’ needs.
  • Supporting effective decision-making concerning acquisition, renewal, retention, and location of collections by analyzing collections data, presenting findings, and making recommendations.
  • Applying strong analytical skills in support of library-wide collection management efforts.
  • Assisting in the negotiation and licensing of online resources and in collaborative collection building.
  • Working collaboratively with others throughout the Library and District to support collections­-related activities.
  • Monitoring trends in resource sharing, electronic resources, collection assessment, and collection management, and collaborating in the application of best practices to library processes.

Closes March 23.

For the complete job description and to apply, visit