The Meriam Library at California State University, Chico is seeking applicants for a tenure track Health Sciences and Nursing Librarian (Senior Assistant Librarian rank). Chico State is a residential campus in beautiful Northern California, serving 16,000 undergraduate and graduate students with an increasingly diverse student body. The city of Chico has a population of just under 100,000 residents with many restaurants, outdoor activities, and family events. California State University, Chico is committed to achieving excellence through diversity in the classroom and the workplace by recruiting, developing, and retaining the most talented people from a diverse candidate pool. We invite you to apply to our welcoming teacher/scholar environment where you can have a successful career. Review of applications will begin March 10, 2020. Please see the link for position an application details: https://jobs.csuchico.edu/postings/6087.
The University of California at Riverside Library is hiring a Digitization Services Specialist.
Under the supervision of the Associate University Librarian for the Digital Library, the Digitization Services Specialist uses a range of scanning technologies and techniques to digitize a wide variety of library special and general collection materials. The position is also responsible for post-processing, quality control and digital asset management of content produced or received by the Digitization Services unit. Working closely with key library departments, this position collaborates on developing workflow processes, documentation and budgets for assigned projects. The Digitization Services Specialist also works with external digitization vendors and coordinates external scanning jobs. This position additionally provides support, assistance and advice in the use of digitization equipment and software to faculty and staff; performs routine maintenance on various systems and equipment such as cameras, lighting systems, computers and digitization equipment; and trains and supervises student workers, as assigned. The position also participates in library standing committees, contributes to the development of new library programs, such as digital initiatives and digital scholarship services, and may also participate in writing grants and funding proposals. The budgeted hiring range for this position is $69,000 – $85,750.
This is a permanent staff position within the UCR University Library.
To apply for this position, visit the UCR Jobs website: https://irecruitportal.ucr.edu/irecruit/!Controller?action=jobs_webui.show_page&page=jobs_detail&requisition_id=202001301941&profile_id=&module=jobs
Santa Clara University Library seeks a customer service- and detail-oriented individual with a knack for problem solving to help manage our electronic resources. As the Electronic Resources Assistant, the individual will be responsible for resolving access issues; assisting with acquisitions, renewals, and cancellations; and keeping accurate and consistent records.
Review of applications begins March 23, 2020.
See more information and apply here.
EEO statement: Santa Clara University is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer, committed to excellence through diversity and inclusion, and, in this spirit, particularly welcomes applications from women, persons of color, and members of historically underrepresented groups. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, religion, color, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, age, status as a protected veteran, status as a qualified individual with a disability, or other protected category in accordance with applicable law. The University will provide reasonable accommodations to individuals with a disability.
The University Library is seeking an energetic, innovative, service-oriented and collaborative professional to deliver outstanding library services at CSU Stanislaus’ Stockton Campus. The new librarian will join the library faculty and play a key role in redesigning service at the Stockton Library Access Center. Stockton campus development is one of the main focuses identified in the University’s 2017-2025 Strategic Plan. Plans towards building a new student services facility at the campus are currently underway. The librarian will have the opportunity to participate in campus development projects and work closely with Stockton-based programs and faculty to re-conceptualize the physical library and its services and resources. The successful candidate will be a developer and communicator who works effectively in a team-based environment and with a flexible work schedule.
Full information: https://careers.calstate.edu/Detail.aspx?pid=79560
The University Library at the University of California, Santa Cruz (UCSC) invites applications for a Processing Archivist. Under the direction of the Supervisory Archivist, the Processing Archivist will work collaboratively within the department to arrange and describe archival collections of varying formats, including born-digital, audiovisual, photographic, and paper materials. The Processing Archivist provides excellent service to users by promoting and facilitating access to collections through archival processing and by providing regular service on the Special Collections Reference Desk and remote reference services when necessary.
The Processing Archivist employs archival standards and best practices to survey, arrange, describe, and preserve a wide variety of archival collections. The Archivist is responsible for using Guidelines for Efficient Archival Processing in the University of California Libraries to create EAD-encoded, DACS-compliant finding aids for these collections in ArchivesSpace that will be accessible to the public via the Online Archive of California. The Processing Archivist works with undergraduate student assistants in delegating processing tasks.
California State University, Northridge’s Oviatt Library is building a pool of candidates for possible temporary, part-time appointments in the Research, Instruction, & Outreach Services Department. May include evening and/or weekend hours. Final determination of part-time librarian assignments is contingent upon student enrollment figures and funding.
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 by June 30, 2020.
More information about the position, including the complete list of qualifications and application instructions, is available here.
The UC Santa Cruz University Library seeks a resource sharing expert with exceptional management, leadership, communication, and data analysis skills to join the User Services & Resource Sharing department as the Head of Interlibrary Loan.
Interlibrary Loan advances and supports the University’s research, teaching, and public service missions. Under the general direction of the Director of User Services & Resource Sharing, the incumbent provides management, oversight, and coordination of the Interlibrary Loan Unit, as well as leadership within the larger User Services & Resource Sharing Department. This position has broad responsibility for ensuring that Interlibrary Loan staff provides effective and positive public service. The incumbent is required to have extensive knowledge of Interlibrary Loan principles and procedures and an expert level of functional expertise. This position represents the library locally, by working public service desk shifts, and UC-wide, by serving on groups within the UC Libraries Advisory structure. ILL team members adhere to and support the UCSC Principles of Community.
Cuesta College is accepting applications for an enthusiastic team member to contribute to a vibrant learning environment in our North County Learning Resource Center. This librarian will provide research instruction and library services in person and online which focus on critical thinking and analysis of student papers, projects, and general information needs. As the primary North County Campus librarian, they will work to establish strategic partnerships with other departments, programs and groups serving students.
Posting closes 4/15/2020.
#103883 Media and Open Access Metadata Specialist
Filing Deadline: Fri 3/6/2020
Metadata Services (MS) connects our UC San Diego community to intellectual and creative content and materials by analyzing, describing and organizing resources using methods and systems that promote discovery. MS provides, augments and normalizes metadata for digitized and born digital objects and for tangible resources— particularly collections of distinction for which UC San Diego is known. MS delivers and manages bibliographic access to licensed and open access electronic resources in all formats. The program includes approximately 33 FTE staff. This position will be part of the Music and Media Metadata Unit, which specializes in providing metadata for digital and tangible materials in audio, moving image and notated music formats, and focuses on the specialized requirements of these materials. This position will also provide cataloging for books on an as needed basis working in collaboration with the Books and Serials Metadata Unit.
University of California Los Angeles
Requisition Number: 32120
Salary: Salary is commensurate with skills, knowledge, and experience.
Reporting to the University Librarian, the Director, Film and Television Archive is a key senior administrator in the UCLA Library and has leadership, management, and strategic policy and planning responsibilities for the Film and Television Archive and oversees the activities in all areas of the Archive including collection development, curation, management, digitization, and preservation; content licensing; public programming; services provided in the Archive Research and Study Center; and Archive administration. The Director is responsible for organizational and program planning; budget management; coordination of activities with the UCLA Library and other campus units; directing and evaluating business and academic support functions. Working closely with the University Librarian, the Executive Director of Library Development, and senior management team, the Director develops fundraising strategies, stewards and cultivates donors, and writes proposals to support the goals and activities of the Archive.