Friday, September 26, 2008

Undergraduate Services Librarian

Rank: Tenure Track, Assistant Professor

Are you looking for a job that keeps you fresh and fun? Are you enthusiastic about making a difference in undergraduate students’ lives? Do you want to foster their love for libraries and ability to do effective research? If so, apply today to be our Undergraduate Services Librarian at the renowned Mansfield Library! As our creative and caring Undergraduate Services Librarian you would: collaborate to design and deliver library services for undergraduate students, provide continuing education for library colleagues, participate in campus and library committees pertaining to undergraduate student success, serve as a resource for the development of new service models, and collaborate with the Library Instruction Program to integrate information literacy instruction into the lower-division general education curriculum, among other tasks. The success candidate will possess: ALA accredited Master’s degree in Library Science (MLS) completed by appointment date, experience and/or education in the use of traditional and electronic information resources and the application of 2.0 technologies, strong leadership skill and ability to effectively converse with and create programs for undergraduate students. For additional information, qualifications and application instructions, visit

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