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ARCHIVIST/SPECIAL COLLECTIONS LIBRARIAN.Position: Faculty rank, tenure-track, 12-month appointment, I. D. Weeks Library, University of South Dakota. Seeking an individual who will serve as the Library’s Archivist/Special Collections Librarian. Responsiblefor overall departmentoperationsincludingprojectmanagementfor the archives and continued implementation of EAD. Primary responsibilities are to collect, appraise, organize, and preserve primary source materials and printed items relating to the University of South Dakota and the South Dakota region, including its Western Americana rare book collection, and to provide assistance to researchers using these materials. Develops collection through active outreach to the University Community, potential donors, and granting agencies. Provides original cataloging of manuscript and other special collections materials, including subject cataloging of USD theses and dissertations. Participates in reference services, bibliographic instruction, and collection development. Excellence in teaching is expected, both in the classroom and in mentoring students outsidethe classroom. Supervises one FTE and student assistants. Qualifications: Minimum qualifications include ALA-accredited MLS with a specialization in Archives and Records Management or other formal training in archival theory and practice. Experience in academic archives and special collections. Experience with bibliographic utilities; ability to perform original cataloging including manuscript cataloging; knowledge of microcomputer applications and database software; familiarity with HTML markup language and knowledge of Encoded Archival Description; ability to work effectively with colleagues and diverse clientele; effective written and oral skills. Additional desirable qualifications include: 1) practical experience with archives and special collections, USMARC-AMC format, digitization of source material and project management skills; 2) familiarity with records management issues for university archives; 3) a second master’s degree in history or another relevant subject field (will be required fortenure and promotion). Salary: Commensurate with qualifications, salary range in the low to mid $30s. Application Procedure: Submit letter of application, résumé, and the names, addresses, and telephone numbers of three references to: Archivist/ Special Collections Librarian Search Committee, I. D. Weeks Library, University of South Dakota, 414 East Clark Street, Vermillion, SD 57069-2390. Application Deadline: Review of applications will begin October26,2001, and will continue until position is filled. The University of South Dakota is an equal opportunity, affirmative action employer committed to increasing the diversity of its faculty, staff, and administration.

ARTS LIBRARIAN (VISUAL AND PERFORMING ARTS). California State University, Long Beach (www.csulb.edu/library). Tenure-track position available June 1,2002. This position will be responsible for reference service, collection development, instruction, and library liaison/outreach to students and faculty for four departments of the

Salary guide

Listed below are the latest minimum starting salary figures recommended by state lib raryassociationsforprofessional library posts in these states. The recommendations are advisory only, and ALA has not adopted recommendations forminimum salaries. Job seekers and employers should consider these recommended minimums when evaluating professionalvacancies. For additional information onlibrarian salaries, contact ALA Office for Library Personnel Resources.

Connecticut$34,172
Delaware$22,500**
Illinois$30,096*
Indianavaries*
Iowa$23,911
Louisiana$22,000
Mainevaries*
Massachusetts$31,362*
New Jersey$33,785
North Carolina$27,641**
Ohio$25,198**
Pennsylvania$28,120*
Rhode Island$29,800
South Carolinavaries*
South Dakota$22,000
Texas$28,000
Vermont$26,464
West Virginia$22,000
Wisconsin$32,700

•Rather than establish one statewide salary minimum, some state associations have adopted a formula based on variables such as comparable salaries for public school teachers in each community, or the grade level of a professional librarian post, in these cases, you may wish to contact the state association for minimum salary information.

"These recommendations apply only to public librarians.

College of the Arts: music, theatre arts, art, and design. The appointee will provide reference service in a busy, highly automated centralized environment. CSULB librarians are expected to participate in university and library governance andtoengage in professional activities, including research and publication. The position requires an ALA-accredited professional library degree; other required and desired qualifications are described in the application packet. Rank and salary will be commensurate with qualifications and experience ($48,156—$74,352; this salary range may increase as a consequence of collective bargaining).The position will remain open until an appointment has been made; review of candidates will begin Decembers, 2001, and continue through early spring 2002. To request an application packet, orfor further information, contact the library administrative office: (562) 985-7839; e-mail: nancyk@csulb.edu . California State University Long Breach is an equal opportunity employer committed to excellence through diversity, and takes pride in its multicultural environment. An equal opportunity, affirmative action, and Title IX employer.

BIBLIOGRAPHIC SERVICES COORDINATOR.The Library at California State University, Monterey Bay seeks aCoordinatorto provide leadership in planning, organizing, and managing Bibliographic Services including acquisitions, cataloging, and serials. Manages the workflow for acquiring, describing, and preserving the Library’s collection of electronic, print, and media resources. Participates in reference services, information competency instruction, and collection development. Forafull position description, please see: http://csumb.edu/jobs/ faculty/. CSU Monterey Bay is a highly collaborative and creative environment requiring a sincere commitment to advancing CSUMB's academic goals, as identified in the University Vision Statement. This is a 12-month, tenu re-trackfaculty appointment (position #FAC2001 -0023) with a salary of approximately $51,000. First consideration given to applications received by November 2,2001. Apply to: Faculty Recruit- ment/Human Resources Developments EEO, California State University, Monterey Bay, 100 Campus Center, Building 80, Seaside, CA 93955-8001; phone: (831) 582-3389; fax: (831) 582-3040. E-mail applicationsare encouraged: faculty_recruitment@csumb.edu.

COLLECTION DEVELOPMENT LIBRARIAN.University of South Florida St. Petersburg. Non-tenured, 12-month appointment. Responsibilities: Coordinates library collection development to meet instructional and research needs of campus. Duties: Assessment and evaluation of collections; development of policies and procedures; coordination of materials selection and budget; faculty liaison; gifts and donor relations; participation in reference and bibliographic instruction. Service and research activities are required. Qualifications: MLS from ALA-accredited program; experience and knowledge of academic collection development; excellent communication and interpersonal skills; demonstrated assessment and analytical skills. Preferred Qualifications: Additional postgraduate degree, bibliographic instruction, and/or reference experience. Salary: $32,500, negotiable. Forfull position description, visit: www.nelson.usf.edu. Send letter of application, vita, and names of three references to: Barbara Reynolds, Poynter Library, University of South Florida St. Petersburg, 1407th Avenue South, St. Petersburg, FL 33701. Applications must be received by October 20, 2001, to be considered. According to Florida law, applications and meetings regarding this position are open to the public. All positions are contingent on funding. USF is an equal opportunity, affirmative access institution. For disability accommodations, contact: (727) 553-1151 orTDD: (813) 974-1510 a minimum of five working days in advance.

CURRICULUM LIBRARIAN.The College of Saint Rose seeks a librarian to provide leadership and vision for its educational materials center. This collection, soon to become part of the new Lally Education Center, is a vital resource for the college’s education programs. The curriculum librarian will have overall responsibilities for the operation of this facility and its staff, and the librarian will participate in reference, collection management, and library instruction. Minimum Qualifications: MLS from an ALA-accredited program and familiarity with curricula and standardized test materials. Preferred: Master's degree in education and/or teaching experience and familiarity with children’s literature. Please send letter of application, résumé, and three letters of reference, including addresses and phone numbers, to: Library Director, The College of Saint Rose, 432 Western Avenue, Albany, NY 12203. Review of materials will begin on October 15, 2001.

DIRECTOR OF DUGGAN LIBRARY.Hanover College seeks a Director of Duggan Library beginning July 2002. Hanover is a residential, coeducational liberal arts college affiliated with the Presbyterian Church (USA). The College has selective admission standards, offers a curriculum solidly grounded in the liberal arts with an emphasis on critical thinking and research skills, and has a student-faculty ratio of approximately 11 to 1. For more information, please visit the Duggan Library’s Website: http://www.hanover.edu/Library.TheDirector is the chief administrator responsible for planning and directing all areas of library operation, including a budget of over $660,000; a staff of five professional librarians including the director; seven support staff, as well as student workers. The Director is an integral member of a team and provides direct service in addition to administrative functions. The Director will continue major initiatives currently underway, including renovation, expansion of instruction and reference services, and reclassification, and will provide leadershipfor collection development in partnership with staff and faculty. The College seeks a candidate with a vision for the future of liberal arts libraries who demonstrates leadership and management experience and the ability to work in a cooperative atmosphere with library staff, students, faculty, administrators, and consortium members. Hanover is a member of the Private Academic Libraries Network of Indiana. A minimum of a master’s degree from an ALA-accredited program required. Evidence of scholarly achievement in a traditional discipline of the liberal arts is desirable. Experience in collection development, library automation, advanced technologies, budget, and supervision is desirable. Send letter of application, vita, and three letters of recommendation to: Daniel Murphy, Cochair, Library Director Search Committee, c/o Christine Wilcox, Hanover College, P.O. Box 108, Hanover, IN 47243-0108. Review of applications begins November 12,2001, and continues until position is filled.

DIRECTOR OF LIBRARY SERVICES.Chowan College, a church- related (Baptist), liberal-arts institution, located in Murfreesboro, North Carolina, approximately 60 miles south of Norfolk, Virginia, seeks a Director of Library Services. This position, with 12-month faculty status (non—tenure-track), reportsdirectly to the Vice Presidentfor Academic Affairs. The successful candidate will be responsible for overall operations of the library, including planning, budgeting, supervision of five faculty and staff, collection development, and managing library systems. Candidates must have an ALA-accredited MLS, three to five years of progressively responsible experience in academic library settings, excellent interpersonal skills (written and oral), and a sense of humor. Some evening/weekend work may be required. The successful candidate will have an active commitment to the Christian faith. Send letter of application (including salary requirements), graduate transcripts, curriculum vitae, and three current letters of reference to: Human Resources, Attention: Dennis McIntire, Chair, Library Search Committee, Chowan College, Murfreesboro, NC27855. Applications may also be faxed to: (252) 398- 6213; or sent by e-mail to: hintoj @ chowan.ed u. Application review will begin immediately and continue until the position is filled. Interested candidates are urged to visit our Web site at: www.chowan.edu. All inquiries and expressions of interest will be kept in strictest confidence. Chowan College, an equal opportunity employer, encourages women and minorities to apply.

ENGINEERING SUBJECT SPECIALIST/REFERENCE LIBRARIAN.(Search Extended) Santa Clara University (www.scu.edu) is seeking a creative, service-oriented librarian to fill the position of Engineering Subject Specialist/Reference Librarian. The successful candidate will provide specialized reference, research consultation, and collection development for graduate and undergraduate programs in applied mathematics, civil engineering, computer engineering, electrical engineering, engineering management and leadership, and mechanical engineering. He or she will work collaboratively with the engineering faculty to support instructional programs and faculty scholarship. The Engineering Librarian contributes to the development of the Library’s growing number of electronic services and resources; and, with other librarians, he/she participates in general reference support and an established instructional program. This position reports to the Head, Instruction and Research Services. Required: MLS, or equivalent, from ALA-accredited program; strong interpersonal and communication skills; strong technological skills, appropriate to a 21st century academic library; familiarity with online information systems and knowledge of current trends in this area; ability to work collaboratively with others in adynamic, rapidly changing environment. Preferred: One to two years’ library experience in engineering collection development; instructional experience; and experience using information resources inabroad range of subjectareas. Will considercandidates with academic background in engineering or computer science, in lieu of library experience. Desirable: Second master’s, knowledge of amodernforeign language. Initial appointment at rank of Assistant Librarian ($33,600— $50,400), Senior Assistant ($38,000—$57,000) or Associate Librarian ($42,800—$64,200), depending upon qualifications. Santa Clara University, the oldest institution of higher learning in California, is a Jesuit university, which educates men and women for competence, conscience, and compassion. The campus is located 46 miles from San Francisco, near the southern tip of San Francisco Bay, in an area rich in opportunities for learning and in the midst of one of the nation's greatest concentrations of high technology industry (Silicon Valley) and professional and scientific activity. The San Francisco Bay Area offers a wide array of cultural and recreational activities, and the University is within easy driving distance of the Pacific beaches of Santa Cruz and the world-famous Monterey Peninsula. The University is currently in the preliminary phase of planning expanded physical facilities to house the Library, Media Services, and Information Technology. SCU’s School of Engineering has approximately 150 full and part-time faculty. About 1,450 of the University’s7,300 students were enrolled in its undergraduate and graduate programs during the 2000-2001 academic year. The Michel Orradre (University) Library has a staff of 37 (13 librarians). It has a collection of over 700,000 volumes, and provides access to a rapidly growing number of electronic resources. The Library is a selective federal government documents depository and a depository for California State documents. SCU's campus libraries, which include the Heafey Law Library, are fully automated, using the Millennium software of Innovative Interfaces, Inc. TheOrradre Library isa member of OCLC, SPARC, SCELC (Statewide California Electronic Library Consortium), and is a charter member of the Golden Gateway Library Network. To Apply: Send a letter of application, complete résumé, names of three references, and salary history to: Elizabeth M. Salzer, University Librarian, Santa Clara University, 500 El Camino Real, Santa Clara, CA 95053-0500. Applications received by October31,2001, will receive full consideration. Position will remain open until filled. Santa Clara University is an equal opportunity, affirmative action employer.

FACULTY LIBRARIAN/LEARNING CONSULTANTS.(Two Positions) Seattle Pacific University invites applications for two 11 -month positions available immediately. Exact duties of each position flexible: select 3^1 of the six options to create a full-time position. For either position, 0.2 FTE will be reserved for Reference; select remaining 0.8 FTE from the following: 1. Learning ConsultantforTheology(0.2 FTE); 2. Learning Consultantfor Humanities (0.4 FTE); 3. Learning Consultant for Fine Arts (0.2 FTE); 4. Learning Consultantfor Education (0.4 FTE); 5. Technology (could include: Electronic Resources, Webmaster) (0.2 FTE); 6. Distance Education (0.2 FTE). FTE amountsare illustrative and do not necessarily represent actual time allocations. General requirements include MLS from an ALA-accredited program; three or more years of reference and instruction experience in an academic library; excellent interpersonal, written, and verbal communication skills; proficiency in using automated library systems; ability to work independently and collaboratively, including some regularly scheduled evening and weekend hours. Learning Consultant requirements include appropriate subject-matter master’s degree, strong background in one or more of the subject areas shown above; expertise with subject- specific resources (electronic, Internet, print); ability to coordinate collection management, provide library information literacy, and work closely with faculty. Technology assignments could include heading or serving on Web committee, and researching/coordinating implementation of electronic resources (e.g., virtual reference service). Distance Learning assignments will consist of assisting in the planning, coordination, and support of library services to distance learners by working directly with the library’s online education department as well as library staff for the needs of remote library users. Annual Salary: $36,000 to$45,000, depending on qualifications. Benefits include health, dental, disability, and life insurance as well as retirement programs. Moving allowance is provided. Application Deadline: Applications should be completed no laterthan October31,2001. Contact: Susan Reynolds, Library Administrative Assistant, Seattle Pacific University Library, 3307 3rd Avenue West, Seattle, WA 98119; (206) 281-2413; email: sreynold@spu.edu. Seattle Pacific University serves more than 3,400 undergraduate and graduate students in both liberal arts and professional studies. The university’s Christian commitments are both evangelical and Wesleyan, with faculty and students representing a broad range of faith traditions. The university seeks applicants who are enthusiastically committed to its Christian mission. For more information about SPU, access our homepage at: http://www.spu.edu/.

HEAD OF INFORMATION AND INSTRUCTION SERVICES.Calson Library, University of Toledo. Duties: Coordinates activities of six faculty librarians, as well as support staff and student assistants. Provides vision and leadership to improve reference and information literacy services, promotes professional development, and fosters teamwork in an urban university. Serves at reference desk, provides instruction, and participates in collection development. Required Qualifications: MLS from an ALA-accredited program; increasingly responsible academic or research library experience, including five years' reference and instruction and three years' supervisory experience; strong organization and planning skills; ability to meet the university’s tenure and promotion requirements, including a record of scholarly activity and professional involvement. Preferred: Experience with collection development, managing a budget, marketing and promoting services, distance education, experience in a collective bargaining environment, background in classics andforeign languages or health sciences. The 12-month appointment will be made at the appropriate tenure-track rank based on qualifications, with a minimum rank of Assistant Professor. Minimum salary of $40,000. Review of applications will begin October 1,2001, and will continue until position is filled. Send letter of application, current vita, and names, addresses, phone numbers, and e-mail addresses of five recent professional references to: Wade Lee, Chair, Head of Information and Instruction Services Search Committee, c/oTyna Derhay, Dean’s Office, Mail Stop 509, University of Toledo, 2801 W. Bancroft Street, Toledo, OH 43606-3399; fax: (419) 530-2726; e-mail: tderhay@ utnet.utoledo.edu. Please use only one method of application. The University of Toledo is an equal access, equal opportunity, affirmative action employer and educator. ForadditionalinformationaboutTheUniversityofToledoand this position, visit: http://www.cl.utoledo.edu/info/headiisad.html.

HEADOFTECHN1CALSERVICES.St. John FisherCollege’sLavery Library invites applications for Head of Technical Services. Responsibilities include administering the operations of acquisitions, cataloging, and processing for all nonperiodicai library materials, and serving as Acquisitions Librarian and Cataloging Librarian. Incumbent will also serve as Collection Managerforcirculating books. Some reference and instruction. Required: MLSorMLISfrom an ALA-accredited institution; two years’ professional library experience, preferably in an academic setting; recentcourseworkorone year's experience in cataloging using MARC21 including Holdings Format, AACR2, LC, OCLC, and an integrated library system (preferably DRA), including database maintenance and authority control work; recent course workor experience in acquisitions and/or collection development; effective and professional communication skills; demonstrated ability to successfully supervise support staff; demonstrated ability to use MS Office applications. Salary and Benefits: Salary commensurate with education and experience, minimum $32,000. Excellent benefits package, including 20 days' annual vacation. Applications: Applications will be accepted until the position is filled. Please send a detailed résumé, cover letter, and contact information forth ree professional references to: Karen Junker, Library Director, St. John Fisher College, 3690 East Avenue, Rochester, NY 14618; phone: (716) 385-8164; fax: (716) 385-8445; e-mail: Junker@sjfc.edu. http://library.sjfc.edu. Equal opportunity employer.

INSTRUCTION LIBRARIAN.Marriott Library, University of Utah. As a result of expanding services, the Marriott Library at the University of Utah seeks to fill a new position with a motivated and innovative individual who will serve as ateam member in a successful and growing library instruction program. General Description: Works with members of the Instruction Division to develop, plan, and implement the library’s instruction program; develops and leads group and individual instruction for course- integrated and software applications; may teach credit courses. Works closely with Reference Departments, Library Computing, Marriott Library student computing labs, and other library departments; masters new technologies and stays current in library applications; creates instructional and training materials in print, interactive Web-based, and multimedia formats; provides reference services. Qualifications Required: MLS from an ALA-accredited library school; substantial knowledge of and experiénce with electronic resources, desktop, and Internet applications; demonstrated effective training/teaching skills in group and one-on-one settings; evidence of strong oral and written communication skills; commitment to providing excellent and innovative service; ability to work with users of varying technical expertise; ability to meet university’s requirements for promotion and continuing appointment (tenure equivalency). Preferred: Formal teaching experience. Reference of computer help desk experience. Experience in an academic library. Salary: Minimum $33,000 depending on qualifications, excellent benefits calculated at approximately 35 percent of salary including TIAA-CREF, medical, dental, generous paid sick and vacation, sabbaticals, and professional development time. The Marriott Library is an ARL library with holdings of more than 2.5 million volumes and access to 4,500 electronic journals and a considerable number of other networked electronic resources. The university, with a student population of over 27,000, is situated on a 1,500-acre campus in Salt Lake City. During a recent expansion, teaching facilities were expanded to include two PC labs, two MAC labs, three classrooms, and a 250-seat auditorium, all with multimedia capabilities. Undergraduate education isa university priority and library instruction a growing emphasis. We teach more than 400 library instruction sessions per semester. Salt Lake has a population of approximately one million and a strong economy and was rated as the #1 place in the U.S. to live in a recent edition of “Places Rated Almanac.” The city offers a wide variety of cultural, entertainment, and recreational activities, including the 2002 Winter Olympics. Application Procedures: Send a detailed letter of application addressing how your experience matches the qualifications, a résumé, and names, addresses (including e-mail), and phone numbers of three references to: Kristeen Arnold, Human Resources Director, 327 Marriott Library, 295 South 1500 East, Salt Lake City, UT 84112-0860. Applications postmarked by November 16,2001, will be given full consideration. The University of Utah is an equal opportunity, affirmative action employer. We encourage applications from women and minorities and provide reasonable accommodations to known disabilities of applicants and employees.

LIBRARY DIRECTOR.Blanche Skiff Ross Library, Cottey College, Nevada, Missouri. The director is responsible for supervising 2.0 FTE professional and 2.0 FTE paraprofessional staff plus student aides; fiscal management; and developing, promoting, and carrying out strategic plans for library services and multimedia support of instructional programs. MLS degree, significant librarianship experience, and understanding of current issues in academic libraries and trends in media services required. Cottey College is a teaching- oriented, student-centered, small, private (not church-related), two-year, residential, liberal arts college for women. Student population numbers 300 to 350 from 35 fo 45 states and 15 to 25 countries. Eighty miles to Kansas City metro area, 40 to 140 miles to Ozark recreation areas. Send cover letter and curriculum vitae with names and numbers of three references to: Hal Ross, Academic Vice President, Cottey College, 1000 W. Austin, Nevada, MO 64772; e-mail: dkerbs@cottey.edu; fax: (417) 448- 1030; phone: (417) 667-8181. Search ongoing until position isfilled. Affirmative action, equal opportunity employer.

METADATA LIBRARIAN.The Indiana University Bloomington Libraries are seeking an innovative and dynamic individual to lead Libraries in analysis and use of metadata, to assist in development of Libraries’ metadata policy standards, to coordinate metadata procedures and practices across various digital library projects on Bloomington campus. The Digital Library Program at Indiana University has created more than 300,000 digital objects to date in many formats, including electronic text, digital images, and sound. In addition, the IUB Librariesare rapidly expanding their commercially produced digital collections. Responsibilities: Reports to Associate Dean & Director of Technical Services and works closely with variety of constituents within library system. Develops plans to record descriptive, administrative, and structural metadata needed to support Libraries’ expanding digital collections. Advises on application of appropriate metadata schema for digital objects and assists in defining Digital Library Program and other digital project parameters. Plans for translation of metadata between formats and participates in integration of metadata from variety of sources for search and display within and across collections. Contributes to Libraries’ traditional and nontraditional efforts to improve access to all information resources. Assists in planning for storage of digital objects in Indiana University's Massive Data Storage Service and in national metadata initiatives such as RLG’s Cultural Materials Alliance and Digital Library Federation’s Metadata Harvesting Initiative. Participates in Library committees, communicating with relevant selectors, curators, subject specialists, and also takes active role in university, statewide, national, and international efforts and forums regarding metadata in digital libraries. Qualifications: Required: ALA-accredited degree in library or information science or equivalent combination of degrees and experience. Knowledge of concepts and applications used in standards and practices of organizing information. In addition to MARC, experience with oneormore following metadata standards: EAD, TEI, VRA Core, Dublin Core, RDF, CIDOC, or others. Experience with creation and/or management of digital objects in various text, image, sound, and/or video formats. Ability to work independently as well as collegially in complex, rapidly changing, and culturallydiverse environment with various groups of library staff. Excellent written and oral communication skills. Ability to plan, coordinate, and implement projects. Good organization skills and aptitude for complex analytical and detailed work. Ability to meet requirements of tenure-track appointment. Preferred: Experience in one or more of these areas: experience with SGMLand/or XML. Experience with computer programming languages, particularly Perl and Java. Experience with multiple computer platforms including Linux, UNIX, Windows, and MacOS. Experience in applying for or managing grant proposals. Salary and Benefits: Salary and rank negotiable and competitive dependent upon qualifications and experience. This is a tenure-track academic appointment that includes eligibility for sabbatical leaves. Benefits include university health care plan, TIAA-CREF retirement/annuity plan, group life insurance, and liberal vacation and sick leave. To Apply: Review of applications begins November f, 2001; position remains open until filled. Send letter of application, professional vita, names, addresses, and phone numbersof four references to: Yolanda Cooper-Birdine, Libraries Human Resources Officer, Indiana University Libraries, Main Library 201A, Bloomington, IN 47405. Phone: (812) 855-8196; fax: (812) 855-2576; e-mail: ycooperb @ indiana.edu. Forfurther information concerning Indiana University: http://www.iub.edu, or employment opportunities at the IUB Libraries: http://www.indiana.edu/~libpers. Indiana University is strongly committed to achieving excellence through cultural diversity. The universityactively encourages applications and nominations of women, persons of color, applicants with disabilities, and members of other underrepresented groups. Indiana University is an affirmative action, equal opportunity employer.

PRINCIPAL ORIGINAL CATALOGER.The Johns Hopkins University is seeking a Principal Original Cataloger to provide leadership and expertise in creating appropriate access to the library's collections as well as in coordinating current cataloging policies and practices with developing national standards and shifting local needs. The incumbent, reporting to the Head of Cataloging, is responsible fororiginal cataloging of monographs representing a variety of formats, languages, subjects, and levels of difficulty. Supervises nonbook copy cataloging, including cataloging of microforms, videos, and cassettes. Maintains a high-level working knowledge of national and international cataloging standards and practices. Participates actively in local and national discussions through professional development and service activities. The successful candidate for this position will have strong collaborative and collegial skills with a personal commitment to responsive and innovative service. Requires accredited MLS degree with 2+ years original cataloging experience. Working knowledge of current national cataloging standards (including AACR2r, LC subject headings and classification, and the USMARCformats). Reading knowledge of at leastone Western European foreign language. Experience with computer applications in libraries, including a local automated system and one of the national bibliographic utilities. Excellent communication and training skills. Ability to work independently as well as part of a team. Strong organizational skills. Aptitude for complex, analytical work with attention to detail. Demonstrated problem-solving skills. Flexibility and initiative in carrying out assignments in response to changing environment. Ability to prioritize work to ensure that departmental and library goals are realized. Ability to work effectively in a production-oriented environment, with a demonstrated commitment to professional growth and development. Supervisory and/or NACO experience preferred. Review of applications will begin immediatelyand continue until position isfilled. For a more detailed job description, position qualifications, and to apply online, see: http://jobs.jhu.edu/ or send résumé, indicating Job #SCRA3585 on cover letter, along with three professional references, via e-mail to: jhu@alexus.com; fax to: (877) 262-0646; or mail to: JHU Resume Processing Center, P.O. Box 3687, Scranton, PA 18505. Approximate starting salary range $40,094-$45,606. We offer excellent benefits, including tuition remission, in a smoke-free/ drug-free environment. A strategic goal of the libraries is to work toward achieving diversity when recruiting new and promoting existing staff. The libraries prize initiative, creativity, profession- alism, and teamwork. Johns Hopkins University is an affirmative action, equal opportunity employer.

PUBLIC SERVICES LIBRARIAN.Love to teach? Seeking innovative, flexible, service- and team-oriented librarian to oversee and provide instruction for a growing program, coordinate public services, provide reference, and supervise acquisition assistant while coordinating collection development. Position reports to the director. Required: ALA-accredited MLS, experience teaching and/or providing library instruction, excellent communication and organizational skills. Preferred: Experience in collection development, prior supervisory experience, andexperience with emerging instructional technologies. Salary minimum: $30,000. Applications accepted until the position is filled. To Apply: Send a letter, résumé, and the names, addresses, and phone number of three professional references to: Director of Human Resou rces, Daniel Webster College, 20 University Drive, Nashua, N H 03063; and/or e-mail: HR @dwc.edu. Visit the college's homepage at: http://www.dwc.edu and find the library under the “Jump To" link.

REFERENCE LIBRARIAN.The University of Evansville invites applications for the post of Reference Librarian to join a collegial team-based library environment in which a commitment to excellence is a hallmark of information service. Responsibilities: Participates in all service activities of the Reference and Instruction Department: Contributes 20 weekly hours atthe reference desk on a rotational basis including weekends and evenings; assists with coordination of electronic information services; oversees management of public access PC workstations in the library; participates in the library instruction program; and participates in collection development activities. Participates in the planning and decision-making processes of the Libraries, and also with faculty governance activities. Reports to the Head of Reference Services. Qualifications Required: MLS from an ALA-accredited graduate program; reference assistance experience; demonstrated knowledgeof Internet-based information resources and with electronic information technologies; strong communication and interpersonal skills. Qualifications Preferred: Working knowledge of microcomputer hardware and software; academic library experience; teaching experience. Appointment, Salary, and Benefits: 12-month, tenure-track faculty appointment. Minimum Salary: $24,000. Flexible benefits program with open enrollments annually includes group life, medical, dental, and disability insurance programs, and TIAA-CREF retirement. To Apply: Send letter of application and résumé including names, addresses, and telephone numbers of three professional references to: William F. Louden, University Librarian, University of Evansville, 1800 Lincoln Avenue, Evansville, IN 47722. Review of applications will begin immediately and continue until an appointment is made. Appointment date is January 2002. The University of Evansville is an independent, comprehensive university affiliated with the United Methodist Church, which provides a strong liberal arts and sciences orientation and selected professional programs. The University of Evansville operates under a nondiscriminatory policy with regard to race, color, creed or religion, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, age, or disability. Additional information on the University of Evansville and its libraries is available on the Web at: http://www2.evansville.edu/libweb/.

SPECIAL COLLECTIONS LIBRARIAN.University of South Florida St. Petersburg. This new position is a non-tenured, 12-month appointment. The library’s special collections emphasize marine science, journalism, and local history. Responsibilities: Coordinates library’s special collections organization, development, preservation, and outreach activities. Duties: Building, organizing, conserving, and providing access to collections; development of policies and procedures; donor relations; grant writing; exhibits and publications; outreach to campus and community. Reference, service, and research activities are required. Qualifications: MLS from ALA-accredited program; experience in special collections; knowledge of preservation trends and practice; relevant subject expertise; excellent communication and interpersonal skills. Preferred Qualifications: Additional postgraduate degree, experience with grants and/or Web site development, and reference experience. Salary: $32,500, negotiable. Forfull position description, visit: www.nelson.usf.edu. Send letter of application, vita, and names of three references to: Barbara Reynolds, Poynter Library, University of South Florida St. Petersburg, 140 7th Avenue South, St. Petersburg, FL33701. Applications must be received by October 20, 2001, to be considered. According to Florida law, applications and meetings regarding this position are open to the public. All positions are contingent on funding. USF is an equal opportunity, affirmative access institution. For disability accommodations, contact: (727) 553-1151 or TDD:(813) 974-1510 a minimum of five working days in advance.

UNIVERSITY ARCHIVIST AND HEAD OF SPECIAL COLLECTIONS.South Dakota State University seeks adedicated professional archivist to administer, develop, and promote its archival and rare book collections, housed within the Hilton M. Briggs Library. Responsibilities: Identify, acquire, organize, preserve, describe, promote, and facilitate the use of archival, manuscript, and rare book collections; provide research guidance in all special collections; prepare guides and bibliographies; develop exhibits and publicity publications; supervise support staff and students; participate in library reference services. Required: ALA-accredited MLS ora master's degree in a related field with course work in archival management; minimum of two years of full-time professional library or archival experience in an academic or research setting; familiarity with archival theory, principles, practices, and procedures as applicable to an academic organization; demonstrated effective oral and written communication skills and evidence of success in interacting with colleagues, administrators, staff, patrons, and donors; knowledge of preservation techniques for special materials and laws regarding freedom of information, privacy, and copyright; ability to perform physical activities associated with archival environments (i.e., a tolerance for dust and mold); and an ability to move materials up to 40 pounds in weight. Desired: Experience with automated file management, MARC format, and the digitization of archival materials; ability to meet the qualifications of a tenure- track appointment including an ALA-accredited M LS and a second master’s degree, preferably in history or other academic discipline closely related to the archival field. Both master's degrees will be required for promotion and tenure. Salary: Minimum $35,000; 12- month contract. Competitive benefits package. Review of applications will begin on November 1,2001, and continue until filled. Send letter of application with résumé, transcripts, and names, addresses, and telephone numbers of three professional references to: Carlene Aro, Chair, University Archivist Search Committee, Box 2115, South Dakota State University, Brookings, SD 57007-1098; phone: (605) 688-5106; fax: (605) 688-6133; e-mail: Carlene_Aro@sdstate.edu (inquiries only). SDSL) is an affirmative action, equal opportunity employer and encourages applications from women and minorities. ADA accommodations: (605) 688-4504; TTY: (605) 688-4394.

UNIVERSITY LIBRARIAN.Brigham Young University (BYU), located in Provo, Utah, is an equal opportunity, affirmative action employer sponsored by The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, and requires observance of Church standards. Preference is given to applicants who are members of The Church. The University Librarian is responsible for overall administration and leadership as well as planning, organizing, implementing, and administration of all library operations. To apply, please review complete Job listing (position #001401) located at: http:// www.byu.edu/hr/employment/faculty.html; and submit résumé, names of three references, and BYU employment application form (also available to download from above URL) to: Cali O’Connell, Library Human Resource Services, 2068 HBLL, Brigham Young University, Provo, UT 84602.

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DIRECTOR OF THE LEHMAN MEMORIAL LIBRARY.Taylor University, Fort Wayne. Twelve-month, tenure-track position. Provides leadership for the management and development of resources and services to support and promote teaching, research, and service. Oversees library services, personnel, collection, and fiscal management. Will participate in the refinement of final plans for a new library facility. Represents and promotes library services and resources among students, faculty, administration, and other constituencies. ALA-accredited MLS is required together with possession of a second master’s degree or a definite commitment to attain the same. Strong service orientation. Demonstrated leadership in integrating emerging technologies with traditional library collections and services. Candidates must be strongly committed to the educational mission and evangelical Christian orientation of the university. The library has a collection of approximately 80,000 volumes, subscribes to more than 500 periodicals, and provides a variety of electronic resources. Developments are underway for a new library facility with construction anticipated to commence in 2002-03. Library personnel includes three fùll-time professional librarians (including the director), three support staff, and a dozen student employees. Inquiries, credentials, and supporting materials should be addressed to: Dwight Jessup, Provost andDeanoftheUniversity, Taylor University,236West Reade Avenue, Upland, IN 46989. Likely candidates will be sent an appointment questionnaire for completion and return. Faculty rank and salary dependent upon qualifications and experience. All materials will remain confidential. Women and members of minority groups are encouraged to apply. Evaluation of applications will continue until the position is filled. For furtherinformation, see: www.tayloru.edu/fw/campus/jobs/faculty/librarydirector07-16-01.html.

HEAD OF INFORMATION AND ACCESS SERVICES. Southwestern Oklahoma State Universityin Weatherford, Oklahoma, is accepting applications for Head of Information and Access Services. Screening of applicants will begin on October 30, 2001, and will continue until position is filled. For more information and full job description, please go to http:/ /www.swosu.edu/hbrary/employ.htm; or contact the SWOSU Human Resources Department at (508) 774-3275.

REFERENCE AND INSTRUCTIONAL SERVICES LIBRARIAN. Southwestern Oklahoma State Universityin Weatherford, Oklahoma, is accepting applications for Reference and Instructional Services Librarian. Screening of applicants will begin on October 30,2001, and will continue until position is filled. For more information and full job description, please go to http://www.swosu.edu/libraiy/employ.htm; or contact the SWOSU Human Resources Department at (508) 774-3275.

REFERENCE/INSTRUCTION LIBRARIAN.American University Library invites appli- cations for a tenure-track Reference/Instruction Librarian at the rank of Assistant Librarian.Responsibilities: We seek an innovative, energetic, and service-oriented librarian to work in a team environment. Provide service to a diverse user population at a busy reference desk, over the Web, and in classes. Provide research assistance in the use of the online catalog, the Web, and other electronic and print resources. Prepare bibliographic and other reference tools in selected subject areas. As a member of the team, share facilitation of team meetings. May serve on one or more reference subteams or as coordinator of a special service. Contribute to library instruction program and/or collection development. Participate on cross-functional library teams. Some evening and weekend hours required. Position is responsible to the team and reports to the Assistant University Librarian for Information Services. Library faculty participate in library governance activities and are encouraged to contribute to campuswide activities. Requirements: ALA-accredited MLS; library experience in print and electronic bibliographic instruction. A strong commitment to teaching and library outreach. Outstanding interpersonal and communication skills. Strong public service ethic; collaborative skills. Demonstrated potential for contributions to the profession. Preferred: Experience with library instruction, Web-authoring, and working in a team environment. Salary: Commensurate with experience and qualifications. Position Available: Immediately. The American University, incorporated in 1893, offers a wide range of undergraduate and graduate programs, many with international focus, to over 11,000 students. Its proximity to centers of technology, politics, justice, world affairs, communication, science, business, and art in the Washington, D.C., area enhances the learning environment. The university library is a team-based organization serving the university through a collection of over 740,000 volumes, 20 library faculty, 52 fulltime staff plus over 160 student assistants, and a budget of over $6 million. The university is an active member of the Washington Research Consortium with a shared Endeavor system that includes an online public catalog and numerous bibliographic databases and fall-text databases. Review of applications will begin immediately and continue until the position is filled. Send letter of application, résumé, names, addresses, and telephone numbers of three references to: Michele Mrkkelsen, Library Personnel Officer, American University Library, 4400 Massachusetts Avenue, NW, Washington, DC 20016-8046; e-mail: mmikkel@american.edu. The American University is an affirmative action, equal opportunity university committed to a diverse student body, faculty, and staff. Minority and women candidates are encouraged to apply.

REFERENCEZINSTRUCTION LIBRARIAN.The University of Wisconsin-Parkside, Kenosha, Wisconsin, seeks a Reference/īnstruction Librarian to provide reference service, act as liaison to several faculty departments for purposes of library instruction and collection development, develop print and technology-based instructional materials, and participate in additional outreach and instruction programs. Required: Master’s degree from ALA-accredited library school. Position begins January 14, 2002. Complete position announcement and application processappearat:http://www.uwp.edu/admin/academic.affairs/openpositions.html. Candidates are required to access this Web site and follow application instructions. UW- Parkside is an affirmative action, equal employment opportunity employer D/M/V/W.

SERIALS AND ELECTRONICRESOURCESCATALOGER.Eastern Kentucky Univer- sity is seeking a flexible, innovative librarian to catalog serials and electronic resources. Reporting to the Coordinator of Systems and Technical Services, the serials cataloger will function as a consultant to the Cataloging Team and will assume responsibility for the planning, development, implementation, and evolution of sensible and effective policies and procedures for cataloging and linking serials in all formats. The successful candidate will have experience training support staff and working in a collaborative environment. Candidates must have an MLS from an ALA-accredited institution. For a more detailed job description, see http:// www.library.eku.edu/ and click on the "positions open" link. This is a 12-month, nontenured faculty position with the rank ofAssistantUniversity Librarian. Benefits include 20daysofpaid leave plus 15 paid holidays, sick leave and family health care plans, retirement, life insurance, and tuition waivers. Salary is very competitive and dependent upon qualifications and experience. Send letter of application, résumé, and names, addresses, phone numbers, and e- mail addresses of three professional references to: Lee Van Orsdel, Dean of Libraries, Eastern Kentucky University, 521 Lancaster Avenue, Richmond, KY 40475-3102. Review of applications will begin in late September and will continue until the position is filled.

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