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Classified advertising orders and copy, and cancellations, should be addressed to the Advertising Department, American Library Association, 50 E. Huron St., Chicago, IL 60611, and should reach that office before the second of the month preceding publication of issue desired. Copy received after that time may be held for the next issue.

Telephone orders for classified advertising, while not encouraged because of the increased risk of copy error, will be accepted. Calls should be directed to Leona Swiech at (312) 944-6780. A confirming order should be mailed to the Advertising Department as soon as possible following the call, along with typewritten copy to be used in proofreading the ad.

Rate for classified advertising is $1.80 per printed line.


SEARCH SERVICE. Ex-librarians locate titles or subject, plus 150,000 indexed stock. PAB 2917 Atlantic, Atlantic City, NJ 08401. Phone: 609/344-1943.

WOMEN AROUND THE WORLD; IWY '75. A selective annotated bibliography of periodical articles (iii, 47p. $1) has 175 entries, 60 countries: Index to above (33p. 25¢); Supplement 175 (208p. $7.50) has 443 entries covering 125 countries from 106 periodicals. A reader comments, "A treasure trove for anyone working on the position of women today. I am amazed at the number of facets of the subject it touches." $8.75 complete set, postage extra. Make check payable to: AAUW Nassau County Branch, L. Is., N.Y. Mail to Miss H. Meigs, 15 Everdell Road, East Rockaway, NY 11518.


Librarian-instructor. MLS, Ph.D. in European history. School and public library as well as teaching experience. P.O. Box 21005, Woodhaven, NY 11421.


ACQUISITIONS DEPARTMENT HEAD & CHIEF BIBLIOGRAPHER. ALA-accredited MLS; 5 years professional experience, including 2 years acquisitions and administration; and 2 foreign languages required. Second graduate degree; experience with collection development, OCLC, and serials preferred. To administer one professional and ten support staff members in acquisition of monographs and serials, maintenance of accounts, handling of bindery shipments; to coordinate subject bibliographers and oversee collection development. Book budget: $650,000. Reports to Technical Services Chief. Salary $ 14.C00—$ 18,000. Applications should be mailed by October 15, 1977, to M. G. Hodnette, Chairman, Screening Committee, Ohio University Library, Athens, OH 45701. An equal opportunity/affirmative action employer.

AFRICANA CATALOGER (24-month appointment). Duties: original and copy cataloging of Africana monographs and serials using AACR, LC subject headings, Dewey classification and NOTIS (Northwestern's automated system). Qualifications: master's degree from accredited library school; two years cataloging experience; working knowledge of French essential, African and other European languages desirable; strongly prefer African studies background. Starting date: Fall, 1977. Hiring range: $ 12,000—$ 13,500. Submit resumes and references to Robert L. Ireland, Northwestern University Library, Evanston, IL 60201. An equal opportunity employer.

ART LIBRARIAN. Responsible for the administration and management of the Design, Architecture, and Art Library; provision of reference service to 1,750 students and 134 faculty members; development of collection numbering 26,000 volumes; and planning for budgets and services. Master's degree in Library Science necessary; second and supervisory experience also desirable. Salary: commensurate with qualifications ($13,500 minimum). Equal opportunity/affirmative action employer. Send resume and list of references by Nov. 15, 1977, to: Mr. Robert Johnson, University of Cincinnati Libraries, 101 Emery Hall, Cincinnati, Ohio 45221.

ASSISTANT REFERENCE LIBRARIAN, University of Minnesota, Duluth. Master's degree from ALA-accredited institution required; expertise in handling automated bibliographic searching highly desirable. Civil service position; does not carry faculty rank or tenure. Minimum salary: $13,104. Resume, credentials, and references to Library Director, University of Minnesota, Duluth, MN 55812. Application deadline: September 30, 1977. An equal opportunity/affirmative action employer.

ASSISTANT UNIVERSITY LIBRARIAN FOR BUDGET PLANNING AND RESEARCH. Major résponsibilities; budgetary planning and ongoing analyses of library's fiscal condition; regular reports on budgetary matters to library administration and library faculty; work with appropriate committee to develop research policy; preparation of institutional research proposals; assistance in administration of contracts and monitoring of compliance; promotion of private gifts, grants and contracts in support of research; assembling and reporting on a variety of nσnfinancial statistics; coordinating certain operational studies. Reports directly to the university librarian. Qualifications: MS in Library Science; experience in library administration; extensive experience in budgeting and research planning. Professional librarians must meet general university requirements for promotion and tenure (research, publication, university-community service) inaddition to specific library assignment. Salary: $20,000 upward and faculty rank, dependent on qualifications and scholarly credentials. Starting date: as soon after closing date as possible. Applications should be accompanied by a resume and the names and addresses of five references. Send applications or nominations to Robert F. Delzell, Director of Personnel, University of Illinois Library at Urbana-Champaign, Urbana, Illinois 61801. Phone: (217) 333-0319. For maximum consideration, applications should be received by October 15, 1977. The University of Illinois is an equal opportunity/ affirmative action employer and encourages applications from members of minority groups and women.

ASSISTANT UNIVERSITY LIBRARIAN FOR COLLECTION DEVELOPMENT. Administrative responsibility for developing collection policies and building the library’s collections. Requires MLS from ALA-accredited school, a second advanced degree will be given strong weighting; 3-5 years of collections development experience in a major library; knowledge of two foreign languages, one being Western European; understanding, appreciation, and knowledge of academic research and scholarship; ability to work harmoniously with all library units; knowledge of U.S. and foreign book trades desirable; evidence of ability to meet university standards in research, publication, and professional service commensurate with tenure. Rank and salary dependent on qualifications. Usual benefits. Permanent position open now. REFERENCE LIBRARIAN (head of the department). Responsible for the management of the Reference Department (14 FTEs, including 7 librarians). Requires MLS from ALA-accredited school, a second advanced degree will be given strong weighting; 3-5 years of increasing responsibility and experience in a reference department serving undergraduate and graduate students and faculty; knowledge of one or more Western European languages; interest in the development of staff and ability to work harmoniously with a diverse staff and clientele; evidence of ability to meet university standards in research, publication, and professional service commensurate with tenure. Rank and salary dependent on qualifications. Usual benefits. Permanent position open September I, 1977. CATALOG LIBRARIAN (head of the department). Responsible for the management of the Catalog Department (24 FTEs, including 8 librarians). Requires MLS from ALA-accredited school, a second advanced degree will be given strong weighting; 3-5 years of increasing responsibility and experience in a major library's catalog department; demonstrated managerial ability; a thorough knowledge of AACR and LC cataloging practice and classification plus knowledge or experience with OCLC are essential; reading competence in one or more Western European languages; evidence of ability to meet university standards in research, publication, and professional service commensurate with tenure. Rank and salary dependent on qualifications. Usual benefits. Permanent position open now. CATALOGER responsible for original cataloging and classification of monographs. Prepares copy for OCLC input using LC classification and LC subject headings. May also train and revise work of LTAs. Minimum qualifications: MLS from an ALA-accredited library school; reading competence in at least one Western European language; evidence of ability to meet university standards in research, publication, and professional service commensurate with tenure. A second graduate degree in a subject field will be given strong weighting in consideration of applicants. Familiarity with LC classification, MARC formats, and the OCLC system also highly desirable. Appointment at rank of Assistant Professor. Minimum salary $12,220; twelve-month contract. Usual fringe benefits. Position available immediately. Apply by October I for all positions. Send resume to Robert J. Ádelsperger, Acting Personnel Officer, University of Illinois at Chicago Circle, P.O. Box 8198, Chicago, Illinois 60680.

Service-oriented CATALOG LIBRARIAN for urban university library of 310,000 volumes. ALA-accredited MLS; familiarity with LC classification, subject headings, and AACR required; Spanish language facility and ÒCLC experience desirable. Available November 15. Salary $13,000 minimum. Apply by September 15 to: Melvin R. George, University Librarian, Northeastern Illinois University, 5500 North St. Louis Avenue, Chicago, Illinois 60625. Faculty rank and status, state retirement plan, group insurance, sick leave benefits, annual vacation of 23 working days. An equal opportunity/affirmative action employer.

CATALOGER—Faculty position open September I, 1977, for cataloger with two or more years of cataloging experience. Responsible for preparation of original cataloging copy and assistance with difficult partial copy cataloging for OCLC computer terminal input, using LC classification and LC subject headings. Master's degree from an ALA-accredited school meets basic qualifications sought; additional qualifications desired are master's degree in subject field and reading knowledge of at least 2 foreign languages. Appointment made with faculty rank and academic fringe benefits. Expected to meet research and publication requirements of the university and to be active in professional organizations. Salary range from $1,100-$ 1,250/month. Send resume to Robert V. Haynes, Interium Director of University Libraries, University of Houston, 4800 Calhoun Rd., Houston, Texas 77004. Equal opportunity employer.

Northwestern University Library. CATALOGER. Performs original and copy cataloging and classification of monographs representing all levels of difficulty, in English and foreign languages, using Dewey 18, AACR, and Northwestern's automated system NOTIS 3. MLS from accredited library school, working knowledge of 2 or more foreign languages, including French or German; Technical Services experience desirable. Open August I, 1977. Hiring range: $11,200-$ 12,200. Submit applications to Robert Ireland, Northwestern University Library, Evanston, Illinois 60201. An equal opportunity employer.

CHIEF LIBRARIAN, Kingsborough Community College of the City University of New York. Responsibilities of this position include administering all library services, budget, personnel and long-range planning for continued development of 80,000-volume library housed in multistoried new facility. Candidate should have a thorough knowledge of all phases of librarianship. Knowledge of nonprint media and automated library systems is desirable. The applicant should have qualities of flexibility, resourcefulness, and a strong personal commitment to public higher education and to the needs of the open-enrollment student in urban setting. Qualifications: MLS from ALA-accredited library school and a second master's degree or a doctorate. Experience appropriate for the management of a public college library: a minimum of 7 years of professional library experience in higher education. Applicant must show evidence of significant professional and scholarly activities in Library Science and must be of sufficiently high caliber to merit appointment to a senior professional rank. Applicant should submit detailed curriculum vitae with names, addresses of three references to: Dean Thelma Malle, Chairperson, Search Committee Chief Librarian-Dept. "A", Kingsborough Community College, 2001 Oriental Boulevard, Brooklyn, NY 11235. An equal opportunity/affirmative action employer.

COLLECTION ANALYSIS CONSULTANT to start 9/1. Full-time temporary position not to exceed 18 months. MSLS required & subject MA or Ph.D. desirable; some collection development and 5 years professional fulltime research library experience required. Applicants must be willing to commit to complete project or preferably be recently retired. Salary $15,000 to $19,200/a, depending on qualifications/exp. For position description, write University Librarian, George Washington University, Washington, DC 20052.

DEAN. School of Library Science, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee. The School of Library Science at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee invites applications and nominations of highly qualified individuals for the position of dean. The candidate must have a strong academic background; education and experience sutfficient to merit tenure in a UWM department; Ph.D. or equivalent; experience in administering a department, institute, or unit of a university desirable; working knowledge of the processes of scholarship and research; knowledge of library service in large urban communities. The dean is the chief executive officer of the School of Library Science. As head of the school faculty, the dean is responsible for overall program, personnel, budget administration, and continuing ALA accreditation. Salary: competitive. Deadline for receipt of application materials: November I, 1977. Applications or nominations, accompanied by resumes, should be sent to: Mr. William D. Moritz, Chairperson, Search and Screening Committee for Dean of the School of Library Science, UWM Library, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, Milwaukee, Wisconsin 53201. An equal opportunity/affirmative action employer.

DIRECTOR OF LIBRARIES, Emory University, Atlanta, Georgia. Availability: January I, 1978, or by arrangement. Description: provide leadership and administrative management for the Central Libraries (Robert W. Woodruff Library for Advanced Studies, The Candler Undergraduate Library, and the Chemistry Library). The director is responsible to the vice-president for Arts and Sciences and has a role in coordinating library activities with professional school libraries which are independently administered within each professional school. Total holdings on campus are 1.45 million volumes. Emory University is a member of the Association of Research Libraries, the Association of Southeast Research Libraries, and SOLI NET. The libraries serves 7,500 students, with more than half of the student body enrolled in graduate and professional school programs. The director will be responsible for promoting and coordinating the continued growth of the Emory University library system as a major research center. Qualifications: extensive and progressively more responsible experience in the operations and management of the libraries in a major university. Must have knowledge of current trends and applications of technology in libraries and a demonstrated ability to establish and maintain effective communications with staff, faculty, students, and administration. Master's degree from an ALA-accredited school. Salary: $30,000—$35,000, depending upon qualifications. Deadline for applications: October 15, 1977. Send nominations and applications with resumes and list of references to: Dean Chas. T. Lester, Vice President for Arts and Sciences and Dean of the Graduate School, Emory University, Room 402, Administration Building, Atlanta, Georgia 30322. An equal opportunity employer.

DIRECTOR OF LIBRARIES: State University of New York at Buffalo. SUNYLAB is the largest and most comprehensive of the SUNY units, with over 25,000 students and 1,500 full-time faculty. Libraries consist of over 1,600,000 volumes and 245 FTE staff and have a current budget of $4,525,000, of which $1,154,000 is for acquisitions. Two major libraries nearing end of construction on new Amherst campus. Candidates must have MLS degree from an accredited library school and progressively higher administrative experience in academic libraries. Additional advanced degrees and experience or training in fiscal and personnel management, networking, and computer applications also highly desirable. Salary is open. Liberal fringe benefits. Send letters of application with resume and have at least three letters of reference sent for arrival by November 10, 1977. Nominations also are solicited before October 15, 1977. Contact: George S. Bobinski, Dean and Chairperson of Search Committee, School of Information and Library Studies, State University of New York at Buffalo, 207 Bell Hall, Buffalo, New York 14260 (716/636-2411). An equal opportunity/affirmative action employer.

DIRECTOR OF LIBRARIES. The director of libraries reports to the vice provost for Faculty Affairs and has primary administrative responsibility for overall library services and operations, including budget preparation, long-range planning, supervision of a staff of twenty-six professional and fifty-nine classified members, and direction of collection building for a 600,000+ volume library. The director must provide positive leadership for the staff and communicate the needs and interests of the library to the academic community. Applicants must be fifth-year graduates of ALA-accredited library schools and preferably holders of earned doctorates. Management ability should have been demonstrated and a record of scholarly development established over at least ten years of progressively responsible library experience. Familiarity with nonprint as well as print materials and informed awareness of emerging information technology are important. Salary $30,000+ for the fiscal year, depending on qualifications and experience. The director holds faculty rank and is eligible for attendant fringe benefits. Position available January I, 1978, and is to be filled no later than October I, 1977. All applications, nominations, vitae, and credentials are to be sent to: Search Committee for Director of Libraries, Bowling Green State University Library, Bowling Green, Ohio 43403. Bowling Green State University is an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer.

DIRECTOR OF LIBRARY SERVICES, Indiana University at South Bend. Successful candidate will head academic library within regional campus system. Institution enrolls approximately 6,000 students in graduate and undergraduate degree programs. Qualifications include at least three years of appropriate library administrative experience; Master of Library Science or equivalent degree required; doctoral degree in library science or an appropriate related discipline preferred. Appointment begins on or about January I, 1978, and is on a twelvemonth basis. Minimum salary $20,000 (negotiable, based upon qualifications and experience). Nominations requested. Letters of application with candidate's vita and credentials from placement bureau must be received on or before October 7, 1977. Send to Chairperson, Library Search and Screen Committee, Office of the Dean of Faculties, Indiana University at South Bend, South Bend, Indiana 46615. Indiana University at South Bend is an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer, inviting applications from women and minority candidates.

Northwestern University Library. HEAD, CATALOG MANAGEMENT SECTION, Catalog Department. Supervises 5 full-time and 9 hourly nonprofessional staff. Responsible for maintaining tile public card catalogs; for monitoring the correctness and currency of headings used; and for maintaining the currency of location and holdings information both in the catalogs and in Northwestern's machine-readable data base, NOTIS 3. Will be responsible for development of the section as affected by possible closing of the card catalogs in 2 to 3 years. MLS from accredited library school; experience in library technical services, preferably in a research library with system; proven supervisory capabilities. Open September I, 1977. Hiring range: $12,500-$14,000. Submit applications to Robert Ireland, Northwestern University Library, Evanston, Illinois 60201. An equal opportunity employer.

HEAD, COPY CATALOGING DEPARTMENT—Plan and coordinate activities of Copy Cataloging Department; supervise classified staff of 22 persons; minimum 3 years professional cataloging experience using OCLC and LC classification; ALA-accredited MLS; knowledge of one or more foreign languages; minimum salary $ 12,000; 10.5- month appointment; faculty rank; available immediately. HEAD, RESOURCES DEVELOPMENT DIVISION—Responsible for collection development planning and policy implementation; monitor the use of $1.2 million materials budget; analyze collections and user needs; minimum 6 years of related experience and activities in an academic library; administrative experience; ALA-accredited MLS; minimum salary $15,000; faculty rank; 10.5- month appointment; available immediately. SCIENCE 4 TECHNOLOGY REFERENCE LIBRARIAN—Provide comprehensive reference service, with emphasis on science and technology; assist in collection development in the sciences; minimum 3 years professional experience in an academic library; academic background in the sciences or equivalent experience; ALA-accredited MLS; minimum salary $12,000; faculty rank, I0.5-month appointment; available immediately. Contact Pamela Walton, Texas A&M University Libraries, College Station, Texas 77843.

HEAD OF ELLIS REFERENCE SERVICES, LIBRARIAN IV. Responsible for management, planning, coordination, and evaluation of six subject divisional libraries, government documents, and general reference area. Supervises fourteen librarians and twelve support staff members. Requires MSLS from an ALA-accredited library school, a subject masters with a doctorate preferred, five years of reference experience in an academic or research library, and two years of supervisory experience. Minimum salary: $18,000. Application deadline: October 15, 1977. Apply to: Robert Grey Cole, Associate Director, Ellis Library, University of Missouri-Columbia, Columbia, Missouri 65201. An equal opportunity/affirmative action employer.

HEAD, ENGINEERING AND MATHEMATICAL SCIENCES LIBRARY, UCLA. To manage operations of a major campus public service unit, including collection development, space planning, faculty relations, and development of innovative user services. Collection includes 147,COO volumes, 4,500 current serials, plus 800,000 microforms. Supervise and evaluate staff of 4 professionals, 7.5 assistants, plus casual employees. Reports to coordinator of the Physical Sciences and Technology Libraries. Qualifications: MLS required; physical science, engineering, or mathematics background preferred. Minimum of 5 years of increasing responsibility with demonstrated successful experience in supervision and planning in public service required. Ability to work effectively with others. Academic or research library experience and knowledge of library automation helpful. Hiring salary: $ 18,000— $23,000, depending upon qualifications and experience. Send resume to Mr. Anthony Greco, Assistant University Librarian, UCLA, Los Angeles, CA 90024. UCLA is an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer.

HEAD, GOVERNMENT PUBLICATIONS DEPARTMENT. Northern Illinois University, an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer, is seeking an individual to fill the position of head, Government Publications Department. This person will supervise and coordinate the work of the Government Publications Department. The department, located in the new Founders Memorial Library building, has a full-time staff of six, including an assistant government publications librarian. Equal emphasis is given to readers advisory services and collection development. Minimum qualifications include a master's degree from an accredited library school and three years of experience working directly with government publications. A second master's degree or equivalent graduate work in political science, business, economics, or related fields is highly desirable. Minimum salary: $ 15,000 for a 12-month contract. Fringe benefits include Illinois Retirement System benefits, academic status, and one- month vacation. Applicants should send their resume and personal references to George M. Nenonen, Personnel Director, University Libraries, Northern Illinois University, DeKalb, IL 60115, before October 15, 1977.

HEAD LIBRARIAN, Perry-Castaneda Library Reference Services Department. Department head responsible for the provision of reference services in the new Perry- Castaneda Library, the main library of a library system with over four million volumes. Scope of responsibilities includes coordination of services offered through the reference, documents, and information desks; telephone reference; correspondence; compilation of bibliographies; and development and maintenance of the reference collection and a large collection of U.S. and UN documents. The reference collection is the largest and most comprehensive reference collection on campus, with emphasis on the humanities, the social sciences, business and education. Reference librarians participate in computer- based information services and user education programs which are coordinated by the Special Services Department. As department head, the head librarian is responsible for certain administrative duties related to planning, staffing, and communication. The department head also participates in the delivery of services offered by the department. This position reports to the assistant director for Public Services. Qualifications: MLS from ALA-accredited program; minimum of seven years of progressively more responsible public services experience in a major academic or research library at post-MLS professional level; substantial reference experience; demonstrated supervisory and communication skills; strong service orientation; knowledge of one or more foreign languages and knowledge of current developments in library service in large university libraries. Some experience with documents collections, user education programs, and computer-based information services desirable. Some administrative experience preferred. Salary dependent upon experience and qualifications. Retirement plans include TIAA/CREF. Application deadline is October 15, 1977. Send letter of application and resume, including academic credentials, names of three professional references, and a statement of current salary and salary requirements, to Keith W. Russell, PCL 3.200 General Libraries, The University of Texas at Austin, Austin, Texas 78712. The University of Texas at Austin is an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer.

TWO POSITIONS. (I) HEAD OF PROCESSING SERVICES. Manage & plan activities of Acquisitions and Catalog Departments, with staff of 15, incl. 4 professional cata- logers; revise cataloging; direct planning for use of computerized procedures; serve as cataloger. Requirements: accredited MLS; modern history & political science background; 6 to 7 years experience in originial cataloging in social sciences at academic libraries; modern European languages, preferably incl. Russian; sound grasp of cataloging & acquisitions techniques; experience with library computer technology. (2) HEAD OF READER'S SERVICES. Plan, coordinate, and direct reference, circulation, interlibrary loan, photographic services, & serial records. Requirements: accredited MLS; modern history & political science background; 8 to 10 years experience in readers' services at academic libraries; modern European languages; demonstrated administrative ability. Salaries commensurate with qualifications, minimum $16,000. Positions available October I. Initial 12-month contract. Deadline for applications September 15. Submit resume with references to Richard F. Staar, Associate Director, Hoover Institution, Stanford, CA 94305. An equal opportunity employer.

HEAD OF PUBLIC SERVICES, REFERENCE LIBRARIAN: Responsible for public services division in a health sciences library. Duties include administrative responsibilities; participation in teaching activities regarding medical bibliography and history; participation as one of three reference librarians staffing information desk on a rotational basis. Master's degree in library science from an ALA-accredited school, or a graduate degree in a related field. Four years experience in public services area of a health-related library, including 1—2 years in a supervisory role and knowledge of on-line computer systems. Knowledgeable in computerized database instruction and capable of teaching seminars on use of literature in special subject areas within the health sciences. Automated circulation system anticipated. Liberal fringe benefits. Position available October 1, 1977. Faculty position and salary at assistant or associate professor level depending on qualification. An equal opportunity employer. Apply to Dr. Ernest M. Ellison, Director, Biomedical Learning Resources Center, University of Louisville Health Sciences Center, P.O. Box 35260, Louisville, Kentucky 40232, phone (502) 588-5781.

HEAD SPECIAL COLLECTIONS LIBRARIAN. U niversity of Arizona. Responsible for administration of department, coordination of reference service and collection development, and supervision of five full-time staff. Collections include Arizoniana and Southwestern Americana, history of science, rare books, and manuscripts. Require degree from ALA-accredited library school or outstanding academic credentials, several years experience in a Special Collections Department, demonstrated ability to supervise, and excellent communicative skills. Prefer advanced degree in an area related to the collecting interests of the department and knowledge of Southwestern materials. Spanish language desired. Faculty status, 12-month appointment, 22 days vacation. Salary: $16,000 minimum. Equal opportunity/ affirmative action/Title IX employer. Send resumes by October 15, 1977, to: Mary Dale Palsson, Assistant Librarian for Public Services, University of Arizona, Tucson, Arizona 85721.

INTERLIBRARY LOAN LIBRARIAN/BIBLIOGRAPHER (Assistant Professor). Supervisor of Interlibrary-Loan Office. Participate in activities and services of reference department, Collection Development, and related faculty/pro- fessional activities. Full position description and appointment criteria will be sent to qualified applicants. Qualification: ALA-accredited degree, working knowledge in French or German, 2 years professional experience, ability to communicate effectively and work with the public, ILL experience desirable, advanced degree in subject area desirable. Available January I, 1978. Salary— $14,000 minimum. Send resume and letters of reference by October I, 1977, to: Dean George R. Parks, Chairman, Search Committee, University of Rhode Island Libraries, Kingston, RI 02881. Equal opportunity/affirmative action employer.

LIBRARIAN. To coordinate selection & utilization of audiovisual softwear; to provide library instruction, in-service education, & information services. Masters Degree in Library Science and/or Educational Communications (Media) required. Experience in providing media services mandatory. Instructor position (12 months) available fall 1977. Starting salary $14,840 to $15,995, depending on qualifications. Excellent fringe benefits. Deadline for resumes October I, 1977. Send to: Dr. Leonard Grundt, Chairperson, Library Department, Nassau Community College, Stewart Avenue, Garden City, NY 11530. Equal opportunity/affirmative action employer.

LIBRARIAN OF THE MUSEUM OF COMPARATIVE ZOOLOGY, Harvard University. Administers library of 250,000 volumes in zoology and natural history. Staff of eleven. Duties include supervision of acquisitions, cataloging, circulation, and preservation activities; reference and collection development; personnel and budget administration; planning for change to LC classification; and coordination of policies with other units of the university library. Qualifications: MLS, minimum of five years of research library experience (including administrative responsibilities), and knowledge of foreign languages required. Background in biological sciences highly desirable. Rank: Librarian II or III. Salary: $I5,000-$20,000. Available: Immediately. Send resume to: Philip E. Lein- bach, Assistant University Librarian for Personnel, Harvard University Library, Cambridge, Mass. 02138. An equal opportunity/affirmative action employer.

MATH/PHYSICS LIBRARIAN. Head of 50,000-volume departmental library in mathematics, physics, statistics, computer science, and operations research. Primary responsibilities are reference, coordination with faculty of collection department, and supervision of library operations. MLS plus two years related experience required. Degree or training in sciences preferred. Minimum salary $12,000. Send resume by October I, 1977, to Joseph Jerz, Assistant University Librarian for Staff Development, University of North Carolina Library, Chapel Hill, NC 27514. An equal opportunity/affirmative action employer.

REFERENCE LIBRARIAN. General reference duties with some evening and weekend work. ALA-accredited, master's degree in Library Sciences and some academic library experience required. Additional master's degree and experience with orientation and audiovisual desirable. Faculty position. 10-month contract. Appointment at rank of Assistant, Senior Assistant, or Associate Librarian, depending on qualifications. Minimum salary: $10,000. Applications by Sept. 21, 1977. Send resume to: Search Committee, Box RL, SUNY/College at Old Westbury, Old Westbury, NY 11568. An equal employment opportunity/affirmative action employer.

REFERENCE LIBRARIAN. Nine (9) month employment (continuous appointment). Requires MLS from ALA-ac- credited library school. Faculty appointment. Position available immediately. Responsibilities include reference book selecton, library orientation/instruction, and teaching in a school library certification program. Salary: $8,500—$9,500, depending on qualifications and experience. Send application and resume to: Dr. John L. Sayre, Director of University Libraries, Zollars Memorial Library, Phillips University, University Station, P.O. Box 2158, Enid, Oklahoma 73701. An equal opportunity/affirmative action employer.

REFERENCE LIBRARIANS. Two new positions. Duties include general and specialized reference service, library orientation, and instruction. ALA-accredited MLS, and strong background in natural or behavioral science required. Preference given for experience in academic reference service, computerized literature searching. Appointment, January 1978, as Assistant Librarian, $11,556-$ 15,924, with 5% raise expected. Apply by October 15, 1977 to Patricia Bril, Chair, Readers Services Department Recruitment Committee, California State University, Fullerton, Library, Box 4150, Fullerton, CA 92634. An equal opportunity/Title IX employer.

SCIENCE LIBRARIAN. Maintains full public services in branch library containing 100,000 volumes, staff of 4 full-time paraprofessionals and student assistants. Responsible for support of research and institutional programs. MLS from accredited library school. Knowledge of terminology and research needs in biological and physical sciences and mathematics, or second Masters degree in one of those fields. Five years professional experience in academic or special library. Ability to communicate clearly, work harmoniously with library users, staff, and administration. Relevant foreign languages desirable. Salary commensurate with qualifications and experience. Deadline for applications: October 15, 1977. Submit letter of application, resume, and 3 recent letters of reference. Olin Library, Wesleyan University, Middletown, Conn. 06457. An equal opportunity/affirmative action employer.

SERIAL RECORD LIBRARIAN: Under general direction of the Assistant Serials Librarian, supervises 10 clerical staff members in maintaining the Serial Record. Participation in automation of the Serial Record, development of new procedures, and staff development will be important responsibilities. MLS from ALA-accredited program required. Systems experience with emphasis on technical services or technical service experience with emphasis on serials or both. Working knowledge of one or more European languages. Supervisory experience desirable. Apply: Jane Marshall, University of Chicago Library, I ICO E. 57th Street, Chicago, Illinois 60637.

SERIALS LIBRARIAN. To administer Serials Department in developing urban university library serving 16,000 students and over 700 faculty with graduate and undergraduate programs in fine arts, arts and sciences, education, business, community services, and social work. The department maintains 3,500 current subscriptions and has a staff of II. Responsibilities include journal selection; serials records; and administering subsections which include periodicals desk, a large photocopy reserve section, and a microforms room. Minimum qualifications include an ALA-accredited MLS, five years experience in serials or related work, and demonstrated ability to administer a department of comparable size. Salary and academic rank negotiable and commensurate with qualifications and experience but not less than $13,000. Applications including resumes and references should be sent to: Bruce M. Hurlbert, Assistant Director of University Libraries, Academic Campus, Virginia Commonwealth University, 901 Park Avenue, Richmond, VA 23284. An equal opportunity/affirmative action employer.

The Alaska Court System is recruiting for a STATE LAW LIBRARIAN. Salary range is $29,688.00—$35,676.00 per year. Incumbent will be responsible for planning, administering, and supervising the statewide law library services and programs of the Alaska Court System. Minimum qualifications are master's degree in Library Science plus three years experience as a professional librarian, including at least one year as a law librarian. A law degree is preferred. Send complete resumes to the Personnel Qffice, 303 "K" Street, Anchorage, Alaska 99501. Resumes must be received no later than October 14, 1977.

TECHNICAL SERVICES HEAD. Librarian needed to create a unified technical services division in a state-supported 4-year college. Duties include coordination and supervision of acquisitions and cataloging, a share in teaching credit-carrying bibliography courses, and other’ duties as needed. Required: MLS from ALA-accredited library school; prefer 5 years relevant work experience, some of it with OCLC and/or other automated systems; organizational ability; and high energy level. Salary: $15,000+. Assistant professor rank, 12-month contract, month's vacation. The position is open now but could be held. Application deadline: Oct. 15, 1977. Send resume and placement folder to James E. Gaines, Head Librarian, Virginia Military Institute, Lexington, VA 24450. EEO/AA employer.

UNIVERSITY LIBRARIAN. The University Librarian is the chief administrator of a system composed of a central library and eight branch libraries, with a budget which runs into seven figures. The combined collections total over one million volumes. The full-time library staff numbers 120, of which 27 are professional librarians. The university librarian is administratively accountable to the provost of the university. Applicants should be able to present, to the satisfaction oí the Search Committee, evidence of the following qualifications: training and experience which command the respect of the various constituencies served by the library. The ability to compose and administer the budget of a major university library system. The ability to deal tactfully and effectively with schools, academic departments, faculty members, members of the library staff, and students. The ability to cope with intricate personnel problems. The ability to effectively represent the library to the central administration of the university. The ability to mobilize the interest and support of external constituencies on behalf of the library. The ability to develop imaginative plans for addressing financial problems of the library in an age of inflationary pressures. Appointment effective: not later than July I, 1978. Closing date for applications: October 15, 1977. Applications and inquiries should be addressed to: Search Committee for University Librarian, c/'o Ralph E. Morrow, Dean, Graduate School of Arts and Sciences, Washington University, St. Louis, Missouri 63130.

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