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ACQUISITIONS LIBRARIAN.Manage acquisitions and budget control of library materials in all formats including monographs, serials, and audiovisual; supervise support staff; assist in defining policies and procedures; maintain strong vendor relations; maximize use of technology in work flow and accurate data collection; manage collection analyses and cancellations projects; provide reports; assist in leading collection development efforts. Required: ALA-MLS; 30 additional graduate credits or second subject master’s degree for rank of Assistant Professor; demonstrated ability to work with faculty, staff, vendors; demonstrated acquisitions expertise; relevant experience and expertise in Technical Services; knowledge of publishing trade, including OP, electronic licensing, and serials; excellent analytical, organizational, interpersonal, and supervisory skills; excellent computer and OCLC skills; ability to assess, develop, and implement more technology in the workplace; good math skills. Preferred: Accounting and budgeting experience; familiarity with Horizon ILS; knowledge of bindery preparation; expertise in serials and cataloging experience a plus. Review of candidates will begin immediately and continue until position is filled. This is a tenure-track faculty appointment at the minimum of Instructor Rank. Salary based on experience, skills, and credentials. Send letter of interest and curriculum vita to: Terri Campo, Long Island University, 1 University Plaza, Brooklyn, NY 11201-8423. Long Island University is the eighth largest private university in the United States. It is recognized for strength in the liberal arts and sciences, health sciences, and library and information science, including a Ph.D. program in the latter. The Brooklyn campus is located within easy access of Manhattan. It enrolls more than 10,000 students pursuing undergraduate and graduate degrees in the various colleges: Arts and Science, Pharmacy and Health Sciences, Education, Health Professions, Nursing, Business, and Public Administration. The library, with a staff of 42, including 21 librarians, houses250,000volumes, 2,400 periodical subscriptions, and a collection of 24,000 audiovisual resources. It provides55 bibliographic databases for end-users earching. Long Island University is an affirmative action, equal opportunity employer.

ASSISTANT DIRECTOR AND INSTRUCTIONAL/OUTREACH LIBRARIAN.Scripps Institution of Oceanography Library, University of California, San Diego (UCSD). We invite applications from innovative professionals to lead user outreach and instruction, with an emphasis on active one-on-one outreach, and coordinate public services in a rapidly changing electronic environment. Successful applicants will have two years’ outreach experience promoting library resources and services in an academic science library; working knowledge of applicable print and electronic resources; knowledge of current issues/methodologies in library instruction; Web development/maintenance; excellent communication skills; MLS degree or equivalent. See http://orpheus.ucsd.edu/fac/SIOLibrarian.htmfordetails.HiringRange: $37,920-$49,224. T o Apply: Send résumé, cover letter, and list of three references to: Debra Ambrose(1) at: libraryjobs@ucsd.edu. Candidates applying by November22,2002, will be given first consideration. Affirmative action, equal opportunity employer.

BIOLOGICAL AND LIFE SCIENCES LIBRARIAN.Princeton University, Princeton, New Jersey. Available: Immediately. Princeton University Library seeks an energetic, creative, and forward-thinking library professional to develop and implement innovative and effective user services to support teaching and learning in the biological sciences. Qualifications: Required: MLS from an ALA-accredited institution or equivalent combination of education and professional experience; academic background with at least a bachelor of science in a biological or related science and/or relevant academic or special library experience; at least two years of professional experience working in an academic biological or medical sciences library environment. For further details, go to our Web site at: http://libweb5.princeton.edu/hr/jobBIO.html. Nominations and Applications: Review of applications will begin immediately and will continue until the position is filled. Nominations and applications (résumé and the names, titles, addresses, and phone numbers of three references) should be sent as an MS Word attachment via e-mail to: libhrpro@princeton.edu; or by fax to: (609)258-0454. Submissions via regular mail are also welcomed and can be sent to: Search Committee for the Biological and Life Sciences Librarian, c/o Lila Fredenburg, Human Resources Librarian, Princeton University Library, One Washington Road Princeton, NJ 08544-2098. Princeton University is an equal opportunity, affirmative action employer.

COORDINATOR OF HUMANITIES AND SOCIAL SCIENCES COLLECTION DEVELOPMENT.(Assistant or Associate Librarian) Louisiana State University seeks an energetic and innovative individual to coordinate the collection development activities of the liaisons to the humanities and social sciences. The coordinator works with others to train liaisons, promote outreach, develop budgets and policies, and manage the libraries’ collections. This individual is expected to provide user education and reference assistance and to meet requirements for promotion and tenure. For a detailed description of the position, goto: http://www.lib.lsu.edu/lib/jobs. Qualifications: Required: MLS from an ALA-accredited library school; three years’ relevant experience; good computer skills; undergraduate degree orwork experience in an appropriate area; understanding of scholarly literature and publishing trends; excellent communication skills; strong service orientation; ability to work well with all levels of users and staff. Additional Qualifications Desired: Collection development experience; advanced degree in appropriate subject area; grant-writing skills; evidence of research or creative achievement. A degree or academic work experience in such disciplines as History, Sociology, Geography, Mass Communication, and English preferred. Salary and Benefits: $42,000 per fiscal year minimum, depending on qualifications and experience; 12-month, tenure-track appointment; excellent benefits. Application: Review of applications will begin November 1 ‚ 2002, and will continue until position is filled. Candidates should submit a letter of application, résumé, and names, addresses, and telephone numbers of three references to: Dawn Zaske, Personnel Services, 295 Middleton Library, Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge, LA70803. (Ref. #005327)

DIRECTOR OF LIBRARY DEVELOPMENT.Marquette University. The Raynor Library Fundraiser is responsible for assisting in raising the remaining dollars from alumni, parents, friends, corporations, and foundations needed for the completion of the Raynor Library project, and for ongoing library needs. Duties include developing and executing a business plan; providing cultivation, solicitation, and stewardship to a portfolio of approximately 150 gift prospects; making 15-20 personal visits per month and 50 major gift asks peryear; preparing briefing materials for the President, Vice President, and Dean; attending special events and meetings (requires periodic travel); and maintaining strong productive relationships with colleagues in Advancement and across the university. Requires: Bachelor’s degree; three to five years of development-related experience including fundraising (personal gift solicitation), volunteer management, strategic planning, program management, budget oversight, and data analysis; excellent interpersonal and communication skills; attention to detail; ability to perform and provide leadership in a team setting; ability to think creatively within the context of an organizational framework; and ability to manage staff and volunteers. Fundraising experience on a capital project, and/or with libraries, and event management is desirable. Salary range is $45,000- $52,000 per year depending on prior experience. Application review begins immediately and continues until position is filled. Affirmative action, equal opportunity employer. Interested individual please send a letter of application and résumé to: Tim Simmons AL40, University Advancement, Marquette University, P.O. Box 1881, Milwaukee, Wl 53201 -1881; or e-mail to: resume @ marquette.edu.

ELECTRONIC RESOURCES LIBRARIAN. Montana State University-Bozemanseeks an Electronic Resources Librarian. $36,778; FY, tenure-track, assistant professor, available January 1 ‚ 2003. This is a new position with major responsibilities for providing leadership and expertise in the evaluation, selection, promotion, and accessibility of a wide range of electronic resources. Qualifications: Required: MLS from an ALA-accredited program; experience handling multiple priorities and projects; current knowledge in the field of electronic access to information; and knowledge of vendors, publishers, and library consortia. Preferred: Second graduate degree; knowledge of database design and electronic periodical linking technologies; successful work experience in a team-oriented environment. The successful candidate will have excellent oral, written, and interpersonal skills to work effectively with a diverse clientele and a strong commitment to excellent customer sen/ice; an understanding of the current and emerging trends and issues in collection development and academic libraries; and the ability to work both in a team and independently. Applications must include a letter addressing each of the above qualifications, résumé, and names, addresses, and phone numbers of three current professional references to: Electronic Resources Librarian Search Committee, Office of the Dean, MSU-Bozeman Libraries, P.O. Box 173320, Bozeman, MT59717-3320; screening begins November 1 ‚ 2002, and continues until position is filled. For more information, see: http://www.lib.montana.edu/about/jobs/566-2.html; or call: (406) 994-3119. ADA/EO/AA/Veterans Preference. Claim veteran’s preference or request accommodation from: HR/AA, MSU, Bozeman, MT 59717; phone: (406) 994-2042; TDD: (406) 994-4191.

ELECTRONIC RESOURCES/INSTRUCTION LIBRARIAN.Southwest State University invites applications for a full-time, tenure track faculty position to begin July 1,2003. Faculty member will actively participate and promote excellence in bibliographic instruction/information literacy. The successful candidate will demonstrate proficiency in Web design, manage the library’s Web site, and provide leadership and technical expertise in the integration of Web-based resources. As Tech- nology Coordinator for the library, this faculty member will be the primary liaison with the broader university technology initiatives. The library is midway in extensive facilities renovation planning and the successful candidate will have an opportunity to participate in the redesign of library services. Participation in collegial management of the library and shared reference including some nights and weekends is expected. The successful candidate should demonstrate evidence of participation in professional and community activities and should expect to engage in scholarly and professional development activities at the level necessary to meet requirements for tenure and promotion. Master’s in Library Science or equivalent is required; ALA-accredited program preferred. This position requires demonstration of strong teaching skills and knowledge of assessment, proficiency in Web design, and outstanding communication skills. Preference will be given to candidates with experience in management of technology resources, project management, and a collaboration history with faculty, staff, and students. Letter of application addressing position qualifications, vita, official transcripts, and names, addresses, and phone numbers of three references should be submitted to: Office of Human Resources, Southwest State University, 1501 State Street, Marshall, MN 56258. Review of the applications will begin on January 15, 2003, and will continue until position is filled. E-mail: okrinab@southwest.msus.edu. Visit us at: www.southweststate.edu. Southwest State University is an equal opportunity educator and employer.

FINE ARTS LIAISON/WEB SERVICES LIBRARIAN.Denison University Granville, Ohio. Denison University Libraries invite applications and nominations fora Liaison to the Fine Arts/Web Services Librarian. For more information about Denison and William Howard Doane Library, please see our Web page at: www.denison.edu. Responsibilities: The Fine Arts Liaison/Web Services Librarian will create and develop customized services in collaboration with Fine Arts faculty; build and manage library collections for the arts; provide instructional support and teach library instruction classes; promote information literacy initiatives and participate in current information literacy grant activities; provide reference service and participate in activities of the reference team; identify and evaluate relevant resources in the arts and educate fellow librarians about these resources; serve on library, university, and consortial committees; participate in professional development and service activities. This position will also be responsible for coordinating the maintenance of all library Web pages in accordance with Denison University policy as well as developing Web pages for subject-specific materials. Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities: Required: ALA-accredited MLS; an undergraduate degree in the visual or performing arts or significant experience in fine arts librarianship; teaching or instructional experience at the academic level; familiarity with research skills in the fine arts; demonstrated knowledge of and enthusiasm about the integration of new technologies into the delivery of information services; strong commitment to user-focused service; demonstrated flexibility, initiative, and ability to adapt and work creatively in a challenging and rapidly changing environment; desktop computing skills including experience with HTML, multi- media, and instructional technologies, strong written and oral communication skills, and ability to supervise support staff and students. Preferred: Graduate degree in the visual or performing arts; experience using Web authoring software such as Dreamweaver or HomeSite; experience in a wide range of library functions. Salary and Benefits: Acompetitive salary package commensurate with qualifications and experience and full benefits are offered for this 12-month appointment. To Apply: Candidates should send a letter of application, résumé, and the names, addresses, phone numbers, and e-mail addresses of three references. Although applications will be accepted until the position is filled, those submitted by November 30,2002, are best assured of receiving full consideration. Application materials should be sent to: Chair of Fine Arts Liaison/Web Services Librarian Search Committee, Denison University Library, Granville, OH 43023. Questions may be addressed to: AndreadisD @ Denison.edu. Denison University is an affirmative action, equal opportunity Employer. Women and minorities are encouraged to apply.

INSTRUCTION/REFERENCE LIBRARIAN.Joyner Library, East Carolina University, Greenville, North Carolina. Seeking a highly motivated, service-oriented person to help plan and deliver the library's informational and instructional services. Complete information on the position is available at: http://www.lib.ecu.edu/facpos.html; or contact Christina Bowers via e-mail: bowersc @ mail.ecu.edu; or phone: (252)328-6514.

LIBRARIAN/INFORMATION SPECIALIST FOR ENGINEERING RESOURCES. Bucknell Universityseeks to hire a Librarian/Information Specialist for Engineering Resources. Please visit Information Services and Resources on the Web at: http:// www.isr.bucknell.edu/Employment_Opportunities/.

REFERENCE AND INSTRUCTION LIBRARIAN AND COORDINATOR OF PUBLIC RELATIONS AND OUTREACH.Indiana University South Bend (I USB). As part of a team, the person in this position provides reference services to a diverse population of students and faculty by working regularly scheduled hours at the reference desk, including some evening and weekend hours; participates in an active instruction program; provides leadership in planning, implementing, and maintaining an effective library public relations (PR) program that creatively promotes the use of the library to the campus and broader community; is responsible for writing and producing effective and visually identifiable library newsletters, press releases, brochures, and other promotional documents; works with PR committee to plan speaker series and library participation in campus events; shares in university governance through memberships on committees; reports to the Director of Library Services. Required: ALA-MLS; familiarity with print and electronic resources. Must possess initiative, creativity, and strong oral and written communication skills. Energetic, motivated, and creative with a strong service orientation. Ability to work as a team leader and team member as well as independently. Relates effectively with varied clientele. Must be able to meet the performance, professional development, and service requirements associated with atenure-track appointment. Preferred: Academic reference experience; teaching, training, or library instruction experience; proficiency in graphic design and/ordesktop publishing. Twelve-month appointment beginning July 2003 will be at the Assistant Librarian Rank. Salary: $35,000-$37,500. Review of applications will begin January 22,2003, and will continue until filled. To Apply: Send letter of application, résumé, and three letters of reference to: Judith Gottwald, Chair, Search and Screen Committee, Franklin D. Schurz Library, Indiana University South Bend, P.O. Box 7111, South Bend, IN 46634; fax: (574) 237-4472; e-mail: jgottwal@iusb.edu. lUSB is an equal opportunity, affirmative action employer. Visit our Web site: http://www.iusb.edu/~libg.

REFERENCE AND INSTRUCTION LIBRARIAN.The College of Wooster is seeking a Reference and Instruction Librarian to be responsible for coordinating the libraries’ reference and instructional programs, in which all of the librarians participate; providing reference and instructional services personally; overseeing the Student Reference Assistant program; and working with appropriate academic departments on collection development. Annual Salary: $33,000. The position will be available May 15,2003. A master’s degree in library or information science from an ALA-accredited graduate school and appropriate experience are required. Candidates should mail a letter of application and résumé and/or curriculum vita, along with names, addresses, telephone numbers, and e-mail addresses for at least three references, to: Damon D. Hickey, Director of Libraries, The College of Wooster, Wooster, OH 44691. All applications should be received by December 31 ‚ 2002. The College of Wooster is an independent college of the liberal arts and sciences with a commitment to excellence in undergraduate education. The College values diversity, strives to attract qualified women and minority candidates, and encourages individuals belonging to these groups to apply. Wooster seeks to ensure diversity by its policy of making appointments without regard to age, sex, race, creed, national origin, disability, handicap, sexual orientation, or political affiliation. The College of Wooster is an equal opportunity, affirmative action employer.

REFERENCE LIBRARIAN.Sam Houston State University (SHSU) is seeking innovative and enthusiastic individuals who are interested in providing general and specialized reference services for library users, applying new technologies to reference services, participating in user- centered, subject-specific instruction through general orientation sessions, course-integrated instruction, and Web-based tutorials. Our campus of 13,000 students is located 50 minutes north of Houston in Huntsville, Texas. This tenure-track position provides reference assistance, one evening per week and rotating weekend hours; partici- pates in collection development. Knowledge of Webpage and presentation software is required. An ALA-accredited master’s degree is required; master’s degree in a subject area is desired. Salary dependent on qualifications; minimum salary is $33,500. Materials will be reviewed and accepted until the position is filled. To Apply: Send letter of interest with current résumé and names, addresses, telephone numbers, and e-mail addresses of three professional references to: Ann Holder, Newton Gresham Library, Sam Houston State University, Huntsville, TX 77341 -2281. The library’s homepage is http://www.shsu.edu/~lib_www. SHSU is an equal opportunity, affirmative action plan employer.

REFERENCE LIBRARIAN/POLITICAL SCIENCE BIBLIOGRAPHER.University of Rochester, River Campus Libraries, seeks a reference librarian with a strong commitment to user services and enthusiasm for teaching to develop innovative library services for a premier political science department. An excellent opportunity to join a humanities/social sciences reference team (eight librarians and two parapro- fessionals) to deliver sen/ices that support instruction, research, and writing for faculty and students. Applicants are required to have an MLS degree from an ALA-accredited program, an undergraduate degree in political science or related social science, public service experience in an academic library, and outstanding written and oral communication skills. For additional information, visit the University of Rochester Libraries’ Web page: http://www.lib.rochester.edu/index.cfm?PAGE=152. Send a letter of application, résumé, and names and addresses of three references to: Political Science Bibliographer Search Committee, Kelley M. Kitrinos, HR Administrator, Rush Rhees Library, Room 227, University of Rochester, R.C. Box 27055, Rochester, NY 14627-0055; fax: (585) 273-5309; e-mail: Kkitrinos@library.rochester.edu. University of Rochester is an equal opportunity employer. Review of applications will begin no later than November 1 ‚ 2002, and will continue until the position is filled.

RESEARCH SPECIALIST. Kirkland and Ellishas an immediate opening in its Los Angeles Law Library. We are looking for an individual with a master’s degree who is interested in doing research in a business setting. Duties: Our research projects are broad in scope, but much of the work involves gathering information on business, industries, legal topics, individuals, and projects; using print, online, and CD-ROM sources. Requirements: We are looking for a dynamic, proactive person with an advanced degree in library science, business, law, or the humanities, with an interest in and aptitude for research. Excellent written and oral communication skills, strong service orientation, and the ability to work independently, handle multiple tasks, and set priorities, are a must. The ideal candidate will have two to three years of working research experience in both print and electronic resources, and familiarity with business and/or legal research sources. We offer a salary commensurate with experience and a competitive benefits package including a bonus plan, transportation, and emergency day care. Interested applicants can send their résumés and cover letters to: recruiting @ la.kirkland.com; or fax to: (213)680-8500.

Late Job Listings

PUBLIC SERVICES LIBRARIAN.Owensboro Community College, enrolling over 2,200 students and located in western Kentucky, invites applications for a Public Service Librarian, This 12-month faculty position requires a strong commitment to information literacy for students and faculty and a desire to work in a community college environment; MLS degree from an ALA-accredited institution or equivalent; strong interest and capability in teaching; and skills in both traditional reference services and in use of electronic resources required. At least three years of experience in an academic library instruction program preferred. Submit letter of application, current résumé, application form, and names of three references to: Janet McKenney, Owensboro Community College, 4800 New Hartford Road, Owensboro, KY 42303. Applications may be obtained from: http://www.kctcs.net/employee/collegejobs/ Kctcsfacultyapplication.pdf. Deadline for application is October 28,2002. Review will continue until position is filled. The Kentucky Community and Technical College System is an EEO/ADA institution. Women and minorities are encouraged to apply.

SCIENCE LIBRARIAN AND ASSISTANT PROFESSORThe University of Mississippi science Library seeks a Science Librarian/Assistant Professor. Duties: Provide general science and subject-specific reference and research assistance in the fields of chemistry/biochemistry, pharmacy, biology, and related sciences at a reference desk and through individual reference consultations; provide patron assistance with print and electronic resources; perform collection and development/materials selection, liaison activities, and bibliographic instruction respon sibilities for chemistiy/biochemistry; and coordinate general library instruction with other science librarians. Requirements: An ALA-accredited MLS by the date of appointment; academic background and/or related experience in chemistry/biochemistiy; familiarity with print and electronic resources and research tools in the sciences, including online resources; reference and library instruction experience in the sciences in an academic library; strong communication, organizational, and interpersonal skills; strong commitment to public service; ability to work effectively with culturally diverse faculty, students, and staff; ability to work as a team member and pursue multiple projects concurrently. Other Qualifications: An undergraduate or graduate degree in one of the sciences, with course work in chemistry; working experience with SciFinder Scholar or other electronic form of Chemical Abstracts, FirstSearch, Lexis-Nexis Universe, BIOSIS, MEDLINE, III OPAC, and Internet-based resources; professional experience providing reference service and library instruction. This is a tenure-track faculty position at the Assistant Professor level. Salary is negotiable from $34,000, depending upon qualifications and experience. Candidates should submit a letter of application addressing the requirements for the position, a current vita, and the names, addresses, telephone numbers, and e-mail addresses of three professional references to: Office of the Dean, University Libraries, Attn: Susan Caldwell, P. O. Box 1848, University, MS 38677-1848. Applications will be accepted until position is filled. The University of Mississippi is an EEO/AA/Title WTitle IX/Section 504/ADA/ADEA employer.

UNIVERSITY ARCHIVIST LIBRARIAN.University of California (UC), Berkeley, The Bancroft Library. Salary: $64,164—$76,860 per annum, depending on qualifications. The University Archivist, incoordination with Records Management programs of the university and the Berkeley campus, is responsible for: maintaining and implementing the collection policy for university and campus records having archival value; the identification and transfer of archival records from university and campus offices and departments; and providing direction to Bancroft Technical Services on the processing and preservation of university and campus archival records. The University Archivist provides archival, records management, and preservation expertise to university and campus offices and departments; and sets policy and levels of practice in these areas. On behalf of the University Archives and in coordination with appropriate campus, California Digital Library, and UC Office of the President agencies, the University Archivist initiates, develops, and implements the records management program for university and campus archival records in electronic formats. The University Archivist also maintains and implements the collection policy for official university publications, Berkeley faculty papers, and archival material from non-official sources, such as student publications and records of student organizations, and papers and memorabilia of alumni; advises Berkeley faculty on the disposition of their professional papers; and provides direction to Bancroft Technical Services on the processing and preservation of Berkeley faculty papers and other non- official archival materials. The University Archivist’s responsibilities include the enhancement and exploitation of these collections for purposes of research and historical record by the development of effective aids for their use, including an exhibition program, guides and other aids for users, and electronic finding aids; and, in collaboration with Bancroft Public Services staff, the provision of public services to university staff and library users, including reference, library instruction, and outreach. The University Archivist is expected to meet with and speak before university and extramural groups to publicize the collections and may be called upon to assist with the fundraising programs of the university, the libraiy, and the Bancroft Library. The University Archivist serves as the Berkeley representative to the UC Archives Council. The University Archivist is a member of the curatorial staff of the Bancroft Libraiy and reports to the Director of the Bancroft Library. As custodian of the historical records of the university s Systemwide Administration, the Archivist is in direct consultation with the offices of the President, the Vice Presidents, and the Secretary of the Regents. Qualifications: Required: MLS from an accredited libraiy school or a graduate degree in history or other relevant discipline, which includes archival training and five or more years’ experience with demonstrated success as an archivist, curator of manuscripts, or special collections librarian in (preferably) a large academic libraiy or a large archival or manuscript collection. Ability to work well with faculty members and colleagues, administrative staff, and students is essential, as is experience in supervising staff, student assistants, and interns. Broad knowledge of current technological applications to archival management and access (e.g., EAD, digitization), and willingness and capacity to be directly and intimately involved in the development and application of these techniques is essential. Preferred: Excellent analytical, interpersonal, and communication skills; ability to take initiative and be flexible; strong commitment to excellence in service and demonstrated ability to work independently, as well as collaboratively in a complex, changing environment; some teaching experience; experience with donor relations. The University Archivist oversees expenditure of funds; the ability to identify sources of financial support for special projects is very desirable. The successful candidate will show evidence of effective project planning, management, and completion. Experience in and knowledge of the UC system desirable. Professional contributions beyond the primary job, e.g., publications, active participation in university and professional organizations, and other research and creative activity, are required for advancement within the Librarian series. Candidates must show evidence or promise of such contribution. Deadline: Consideration will be given to applications received by December 6,2002. You may mail your application package to: Barbara Komstein, Interim Academic Personnel Coordinator, Library Human Resources Department, 447 The Library, University of California, Berkeley, CA 94720-6000; or fax to: (510) 642-8675; or e-mail: librec@library.berkeley.edu. The University of California is an equal opportunity, affirmative action employer.

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