Clinical Librarian at UC San Diego

February 8, 2018

The University of California San Diego Library seeks applications from highly motivated, innovative, collaborative, and service-oriented professionals to join the Library as our Clinical Librarian (Associate or Full Librarian). This is an exciting opportunity for the right candidate to restart the Library’s clinical information services after a multi-year hiatus. The successful candidate for this position will reestablish and grow Library services in support of the University’s Health enterprise.

For more information and to apply, please visit: https://apol-recruit.

Please apply by March 2, 2018 for full consideration by the committee.

Library Technical Assistant III, University of Redlands

February 8, 2018

Position: Library Technical Assistant III
Position Code: 3972
Department: Armacost Library
Months/Hours: 12 Month/40 Hour
Schedule: Sunday – Thursday : Sunday , 12:00-9pm ; Monday -Tuesday, 3pm-midnight ; Wednesday- Thursday , 10am-7pm during fall and spring semesters. Hours vary during May Term and summer months. Hours are subject to change depending on needs of the department.
Starting Salary Range: $16.32 per hour
Grade: “5”
Introductory Period: Six months
Available: Immediately
Posting Date: February 2, 2018
Application Deadline: February 16, 2018 at 2:00 p.m.

Description: The Armacost Library seeks a reliable and service-oriented person to join our access services team. Staff members in access services are responsible for supporting patron-centered service as it pertains to circulation, resource sharing, course reserves, stacks maintenance, and building access and use. Primary responsibilities include processing course reserves, including communicating with faculty, TAs and administrative assistants; training and directing the work of student staff; billing; and documentation and statistical reporting. All members of the access services team participate in training student staff; contribute to the development of documentation and training materials; and identify opportunities for service improvements. In addition to their regular duties, the person in this position may participate in library-wide committees/teams/groups or projects and will perform other duties as assigned.

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California Digital Library: Collection Assessment Analyst & Licensing Analyst

February 8, 2018

At the California Digital Library (CDL), we believe passionately that the library, in all its forms, is critically important to the vital work of students, scholars and the public. As a University of California (UC) systemwide library, CDL provides services to and on behalf of the UC system as a partner and collaborator to the UC campus libraries. As a globally-connected digital library, CDL occupies a unique position between the local UC campuses and the global digital library infrastructure. The user base for CDL services and programs includes UC faculty, students and library staff; the patrons of the consortia in which the UC Libraries participate; and the many people worldwide who benefit from UC’s open access offerings.

Collection Assessment Analyst

As a member of the Licensed Content Group within the CDL’s Collection Development and Management Program, the Collection Assessment Analyst develops and implements assessment methodologies for systemwide online content expenditures totaling nearly $50M annually, to inform systemwide library collection development and ensure that UC’s shared library collections remain responsive to the University’s programmatic and budgetary needs. Working with a wide variety of data sources, the Assessment Analyst performs complex data analyses to support evidence-based decision-making, including collecting, analyzing, maintaining, interpreting, and reporting on collection usage and acquisitions data for CDL-licensed resources. The Collection Assessment Analyst actively participates in and/or leads UC library collaborative activities focused on collection analysis and keeps abreast of current developments in the field.

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Licensing Analyst

As a member of the Licensed Content Group within the CDL’s Collection Development and Management Program, the Licensing Analyst provides services in the area of license management, including drafting, editing and redacting complex licensing contracts to secure advantageous terms that meet UC Libraries service goals and ensure compliance with University policies, collaborating with colleagues and legal staff on license development and interpretation, interpreting license provisions in the electronic resource management system (ERMS) for use by UC Libraries staff, communicating about license information with vendors and campuses, and maintaining the department’s central license archive including obtaining signatures and digitally storing and posting licenses. The Licensing Analyst also assists with related functions and works on special projects as assigned, such as collecting and analyzing usage data, producing reports or announcements for the UC library community, and participating in the life-cycle management of electronic resources.

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The University of California is an Equal Opportunity / Affirmative Action employer.

Access Services and Outreach Librarian Full-Time Tenure Track Fall 2018

February 8, 2018


invites applications for the position of:

Access Services & Outreach Librarian Full-Time Tenure Track Fall 2018

SALARY: $54,118.00 – $73,386.00 Annually

OPENING DATE: 12/20/17

CLOSING DATE: 02/20/18 11:59 PM


Position Definition:

Monterey Peninsula College (MPC) seeks a full-time tenure track Library Instructor. Under the direction of the Administrator assigned to the Library, and in coordination with the other faculty librarians, this position is responsible for the planning and development of library access and public services at the main campus, satellite centers, and for online programs. Assignments may include day, evening and weekends at the Monterey campus, Marina Education Center, other sites in the community, as well as online services.

Full time faculty have responsibilities outside the classroom through contributions to the department, division and the college which include curriculum development and evaluation, and participation in student achievement and success. Faculty are expected to engage in campus life and become involved in college committees.

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