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CHINA—General Collection—reasonable. All topics. 1,000 vols. plus. RUSSIA AND THE COMINTERN—Superb collection of books in Western languages. Over 1,000 vols. Write M. Frazin, ERAC, Box 110, Farmington, CT 06032.

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

TEACHERS’ GUIDE TO OVERSEAS TEACHING.A complete and comprehensive directory of English-speaking schools and colleges overseas, where American and Canadian educators may apply for employment. ISBN 0-960-1550-1-5. Library of Congress Catalog Card Number 77-81788. $10. Available from: Teach Overseas, P.O. Box 2748, La Jolla, CA 92038.

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POSITIONS OPEN

ACADEMIC AND RESEARCH LIBRARY COORDINATOR.Responsible position for an individual with a thorough knowledge of academic libraries and an understanding of the application of automation to technical processing functions. Will have the primary responsibility for coordinating BALLOTS services to academic/ research library users and for representing the system to the user community at professional meetings. Demonstrated skills in leadership, organization, and the integration of change with technological innovation desirable. Appreciation of the individuality of research libraries within the shared network environment required. Appropriate experience usually associated with ALA-accredited MLS with 5 years' working experience. Minimum salary $17,400/annum given 5 years’ experience. Qualified applicants should send résumé and letter of application to Ms. Jan Thomson, Assistant to the Director, BALLOTS Center, Encina Commons, Stanford University, Stanford, CA 94305. Equal Opportunity Through Affirmative Action.

ACQUISITION LIBRARIAN.(Search reopened.) Entry-level position. Responsible for procurement of library materials and maintaining contacts with book trade. Participates in collection development. We are looking for a person who is a self-starter and can work with minimum supervision. This is a position of increasing responsibilities, with potential for growth in technical services area. ALA-accredited MLS, competency in acquisitions procedures, and familiarity with OCLC and MARC format required. Will work part-time at other duties. Faculty status. TIAA. Salary range: $10,000- $11,500. Position available immediately. Apply to Librarian, Mac- Murray College, Jacksonville, IL 62650. An equal opportunity/ affirmative action employer.

ARCHIVIST.Responsibilities include development of archival collections, public relations, consultation with faculty, processing of materials, preparation of bibliographies, assistance to researchers, solicitation of gifts, and participation in administration. Requires archival experience, appropriate subject background, ALA/MLS, knowledge of law applicable to archives, ability to relate to community and to foster donor activity. Salary nationally competitive. Send résumé and three recent letters of recommendation to Kathy Essary, UALR Library, University of Arkansas at Little Rock, 33rd and University, Little Rock, AR 72204, an affirmative action employer.

ARCHIVIST/LIBRARIANfor the Walter P. Reuther Library of Labor and Urban Affairs. Responsibilities: maintain reference library; develop and coordinate acquisitions; prepare bibliographies and finding aids; service archival collections; work with donors, labor unions, urban and minority groups; assist researchers, staff, students; other related duties. Qualifications: MLS; five years of library-archives or related experience. Foreign language desirable. Salary: from $15,720, negotiable. Position available immediately. Apply to: Philip P. Mason, Director, Walter P. Reuther Library, Wayne State University, Detroit, Ml 48202. An equal opportunity employer.

ASSISTANT DIRECTOR OF LIBRARY OPERATIONS.Actions of agencies outside research libraries are affecting their procedures and services, e.g., adoption of AACR II by LC in 1980, national network operations and planning for transmission of bibliographic data or documents. The traditional divisions of responsibilities between technical and reader services are becoming blurred. The management of the Wayne State University Library System has evolved so that an assistant director is needed whose responsibilities will relate the changing technology of bibliographic control to local requirements and resources. The assistant directorship is a staff position but will also have to administer existing operations and to implement changes resulting from the planning the assistant director initiates. Applicants must have knowledge about the functions of technical services to work with experts in these areas within and outside the university. The assistant director must work with computer-assisted operations and have the ability to help design or adopt organizational systems and computer applications, some of which will be on a statewide and/or national level. Salary: minimum $22,000. Fringe benefits: TIAA/CREF retirement plan; social security; health, hospital, and life insurance partially subsidized; liberal sick leave. The University is an equal opportunity and affirmative action employer. Write to: Robert T. Grazier, Associate Director of Libraries, Wayne State University, Detroit, Ml 48202.

ASSISTANT HEAD OF ACQUISITIONS.Responsible for the functions of the Searching and Receiving Sections in the Acquisitions Dept, at the University of Cincinnati Libraries. Assists the Head of Acquisitions in managing the centralized acquisitions function (monographs & serials) for the University System, including supervision of support staff and student assistants; planning and coordinating work of the three sections within the department; budget preparation and administration; liaison with other departments; ancí formulating policies and procedures for the department. There are 15 full-time staff members in the department. Master’s degree in library science or information science and a minimum of three years' experience in acquisitions/serials work are necessary qualifications. Knowledge of foreign languages (German and/or French/Spanish) and OCLC or automated techniques is desirable. Salary based on qualifications and experience. Minimum—$13,500. Send résumé and names of three references by 9/20/78 to: Carol Reed, Administrative Assistant; University of Cincinnati Libraries; Cincinnati, OH 45221. The University of Cincinnati is an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer.

ASSISTANT LIBRARIAN—Florida Atlantic University. Assistant in Collection Development Department; available October 1. Responsibility for managing order operation for acquisition budget. Work includes but is not limited to serial and monographic ordering, vendor selection, claiming, record maintenance, fiscal reports. Prepares reports on vendor performance and discounts, approves invoices upon receipt of materials and services. Supervises functions of assigned personnel. Qualifications: master's degree from an ALA-accredited library school; foreign language skills; must have bibliographic searching skills; have understanding of and orientation towards computer operations; ability to apply good management techniques. One or two years of applicable academic library experience is preferred, but will consider candidates with strong desire and aptitude to begin in acquisitions work. Starting salary $9,500-$ 10,200, depending on qualifications and experience; twelve-month basis; one month’s annual vacation, usual fringe benefits. Equal opportunity/affirmative action employer. Applicants from minority groups solicited. Send résumé including phone number to Harry R. Skallerup, Director of übraries, Florida Atlantic University, Boca Raton, FL 33431. Application deadline, September 15. 1978.

ASSISTANT READERS’ SERVICES LIBRARIAN.Assists in circulation/reference services and bibliographic instruction and oversees Government Documents. MLS from accredited library school required. Successful experience with government documents in academic library highly desirable. Applicants with a strong background in economics, political science, or sociology are preferred. Apply with résumé to Robert Goiter, Director of Library Services, The College of Wooster, Wooster, OH 44691. Equal opportunity employer.

ASSISTANT TO THE DIRECTOR OF LIBRARIES.In a staff officer capacity, assists in a broad range of functions in order that the director be relieved of as much administrative detail as possible and can therefore use the time and focus efforts more effectively. For example, handles some types of correspondence; prepares background information and position papers; drafts reports, grant proposals, and public information releases; responds to surveys and questionnaires; conducts studies; serves as liaison/coordinator between the library administration and committees and task forces as well as between the library and other units within and outside the university; serves as a resource person; and works closely with other administrative personnel in planning and implementing various library programs, projects, and services. ALA-accredited master's degree and significant experience in academic librarianship, preferably of wide scope and including administration. The ability to work harmoniously and productively with a broad variety of both individuals and groups, demonstrated analytical ability, and communication skills are essential. Background in automation would be useful. $15,000-$19,080. Faculty rank and salary are dependent upon qualifications. Apply to: Ms. Neosha Mackey, Personnel Librarian, The Ohio State University Libraries, 1858 Neil Ave. Mall, Columbus, OH 43210 by Oct. 1, 1978. Qualified minority and women candidates as well as male candidates are encouraged to apply. An affirmative action and equal opportunity employer.

ASSOCIATE DIRECTOR, RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT.Stan ford University is looking for an individual to lead the Research and Development Division of the BALLOTS Center. The associate director, who reports to the BALLOTS director, is responsible for the professional and program bases from which BALLOTS services are developed to meet the requirements of large libraries. The associate director position is equivalent to the assistant/associate director level in a research library. Candidates must demonstrate a fundamental knowledge of the full spectrum of requirements of large libraries, including technical processing, management information, collection development, and public service. Candidates must demonstrate an interest in and the intellectual basis for exploring how a technical support system and a national network can best serve the needs of research libraries in the 1980s. Salary is open dependent upon qualifications. Qualified applicants should send résumé and letter of application to Ms. Jan Thomson, Assistant to the Director, BALLOTS Center, Encina Commons, Stanford University, Stanford, CA 94305. Equal Opportunity Through Affirmative Action.

CATALOG DEPARTMENT HEAD.The University of California, Santa Barbara, announces a continuation of its search for an experienced librarian to manage and direct a staff of 50, including 12 professionals. The position offers considerable challenge and opportunity in planning for and implementing an automated cataloging system within the context of the university’s nine-campus master plan for development of libraries. Minimum salary $21,276 (top of present range $29,496). For more information write by November 1, 1978 to: Keith C. Blean, Assistant University Librarian. University of California, Santa Barbara, CA 93106. An equal opportunity/affirmative action employer.

CATALOGER.(Search Continuing.) Under the general direction of head, Catalog Department, is responsible for all original cataloging and classification of monographic materials, including microforms. Responsible for establishment of all uniform titles. Assists with the more difficult partial copy cataloging for OCLC computer terminal input. Assumes general departmental duties as required, such as maintenance of a section of the public card catalog. Department catalogs a total of 25,000 titles (40,000 volumes) annually, of which approximately 2,000 titles are cataloged originally. Qualifications: MLS from an ALA-accredited library school. At least three years’ professional cataloging experience in a medium or large academic library required. This experience should include familiarity with AACR and LC cataloging practices, classification and subject headings. Applicants with a working knowledge of OCLC and facility with European languages, particularly German, preferred. Salary & rank: appointment will be at the rank of senior assistant librarian or associate librarian, depending on qualifications. Recruitment range: $14,500-$18,000. Twelve-month appointment; sick leave and annual leave @ 1.75 days each per month; fully paid major medical, hospitalization, and dental insurance. Social security coverage. TIAA/CREF or New York State Teachers Retirement available (employee contribution rate = 3%). Contact Jean Whalen, Personnel Librarian, University Library, Room 109, State University of New York at Albany, 1400 Washington Avenue, Albany, NY 12222. (Inquiries should be received by September 30, 1978.) The University at Albany is an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer. Applications from women, minorities, and handicapped are especially welcome.

CIRCULATION LIBRARIAN.Clemson University. Responsible to the Director of the Library for the overall supervision of Circulation which includes planning, modifying, and improving the functioning of the various activities; the effective use of the automated circulation system; interviewing and hiring of Circulation personnel; personnel performance reviews; assisting patrons and adjusting complaints and helping project a total public image of pleasant and efficient performance. Responsible for the security of the building, stack maintenance, and assisting with collection development. Serves at the reference desk. Analyzes the work of circulation, prepares reports, and makes necessary recommendations. Supervises about 15 library technical assistants plus student personnel, assists with the orientation program, and prepares inventory report for the Physical Plant. The library serves an academic community in excess of 10,000 students and 800 faculty and research personnel. MLS from an ALA-accredited library school; an advanced degree in a subject area desirable. Salary competitive, commensurate with experience and qualifications. 12-month appointment. Closing date for sending applications, September 20. Send letter of application and résumé, including academic credentials, to J. W. Gordon Gourlay, Director of the Library, Clemson University, Clemson, SC 29631. An equal opportunity employer.

CIRCULATION-SCIENCE, ASSISTANT LIBRARIAN.Search reopened. Supervise student help, circulation, and reserves; binding and displays; responsible for separate science library. Accredited MLS required; faculty rank and benefits; $9,500 minimum; 12-month appointment, 1 month vacation. Send résumé by September 11 to Frederick Smith, Librarian, Westminster College, New Wilmington, PA 16142. An equal opportunity/affirmative action employer.

COLLEGE LIBRARIAN.Ithaca College, Ithaca, New York, seeks a director of the college library to administer a 270,000 volume book, 170,000 microform, and 9,000 phono record and tape collection. Ithaca College Library is a member of OCLC and has an active instruction program. Total full-time staff of 35 includes 12 librarians. Responsibilities: administration of overall library services, budget, personnel, and long-range planning. Qualifications: MLS from an ALA-accredited school; an additional graduate degree will be given preference; college library experience; and a record of administrative achievement. Appointment effective January 1, 1979, if possible. Send résumé by October 1, 1978, to: Dr. Frank S. Falcone, Acting Provost, Ithaca College, Ithaca, NY 14850. An AA/EO employer.

DEAN OF LIBRARY SERVICES.Central Washington University, Ellensburg, Washington. The dean has primary responsibility for all library operations, with budget of $1.4 million, staff of 62, and reports to the vice-president for academic affairs. The library includes traditional resources and an extensive learning resources division. Applicants must have an ALA-accredited MLS, additional graduate study, ten years of increasingly responsible academic library experience, and positive philosophy and commitment to the values of all forms of learning resources. Desirable qualifications include a second graduate degree, preferably an earned doctorate, and significant training and experience in instructional media. Salary for 12 months: Minimum $26,937, with liberal benefits including TIAA/CREF. Submit résumé and statement of philosophy regarding library services and other forms of learning resources to Dr. Donald Schliesman, Chairman, Library Search Committee, Central Washington University, Ellensburg, WA 98926, postmarked by September 15, 1978. EEO/AA/Title IX.

DIRECTOR.The Medical Library Center of New York, a nonprofit organization with a membership of over 50 cooperating health sciences libraries, is seeking a director. Responsibilities include supervision of staff, budget preparation, establishing priorities, and management of services to member libraries. Services include interlibrary loan, messenger service, computer-assisted cataloging and serials control, and maintenance and publication of the bibliographic data base, The Union Catalog of Medical Periodicals. Applicants should have MSLS; at least five years of administrative experience, preferably in health sciences library; knowledge of computer applications in library operations; and effective communication skills. Salary dependent on background and experience. Position available in September. An equal opportunity employer. Send résumés including the names of three references to: Gilbert J. Clausman, Chairperson, Search Committee, New York University, Medical Center Library, 550 1st Avenue, New York, NY 10016.

DIRECTOR.Smithsonian Institution Libraries. (Please note: This position was previously announced with a closing date of October 1, 1977. Applicants who applied under that announcement are still under consideration and do not need to reapply.) The Smithsonian Institution in Washington, D.C., seeks a top executive fully responsible for policy formulation and management of the libraries consisting of over 1,000,000 volumes in the research collection and over 100 employees. Applicants must have at least one year of experience at a level comparable to GS-16 in the federal service; must have managed an organization with scientific orientation, have demonstrated experience in science communications and library data systems, and have a strong background in meeting and negotiating with experts and top officials in all sectors. This is a federal competitive position, GS-17, $47,500 per annum. How to apply: Candidates must submit a completed U.S. Civil Service Commission Personal Qualifications Statement (Standard Form 171) giving information on the applicant’s education, experience, professional affiliation, honors, and special and ad hoc assignments. The Personal Qualifications Statement is the only acceptable form of application; résumés may be considered only in conjunction with the Personal Qualifications Statement. The Statement may be obtained at any Civil Service Commission Federal Job Information Center or federal or U.S. Postal Service personnel office. All veterans' preference claimants must also submit a Standard Form 15 along with the required documentation. The Standard Form 15 may also be obtained at the locations given for obtaining the Personal Qualifications Statement. Where to apply: The completed Standard Form 171 must be sent to: Office of Personnel Administration, Attention: MPA-EX-77-HA), Room 1410, Arts and Industries Building, Smithsonian Institution, 900 Jefferson Drive, S.W., Washington, DC 20560 by September 29, 1978. The Smithsonian Institution is an equal opportunity employer.

DIRECTOR OF LIBRARIES.University of Houston Victoria Campus; Victoria College. Joint director responsible for coordinating the work of the staffs of Victoria College and the University of Houston Victoria Campus libraries. The director will prepare and allocate the budgets, hire and evaluate the staffs, and plan and develop library services. Desire a person who is interested in developing active faculty and community involvement. The director will hold a joint appointment to the faculty of each institution. Required: ALA- accredited MLS and five years’ administrative experience in an academic library. Highly desirable: community or junior college experience and an interest in library cooperation. Salary minimum $20,000, with good fringe benefits and twelve-month contract. Send application and résumé by October 15 to: Dr. Robert C. Maxson, Chancellor, University of Houston Victoria Campus, 2302-C East Red River, Victoria, TX 77901. Equal opportunity/affirmative action employer.

DIRECTOR OF LIBRARIESfor the University of Missouri-St. Louis. UMSL is a public, urban university (enrollment 11,000) offering undergraduate and graduate programs. UMSL is one campus of a four-campus system sharing library resources. Responsible for overseeing all aspects of operation of 330,000-volume library with 45 full-time employees. MLS and substantial library and administrative and supervisory experience required. Additional desirable qualifications: doctorate or subject master’s degree, and professional publications. Knowledge of library automation, evidence of professional activity, and ability to work well with people required. Minimum salary $26,000; four-week vacation and other fringe benefits. Qualified candidates should send résumés and supporting documents to Dr. Blanche M. Touhill, Associate Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs, University of Missouri-St. Louis, 8001 Natural Bridge Road, St. Louis, MO 63121. An equal opportunity/ affirmative action employer.

The University of the Pacific seeks applications and nominations for DIRECTOR OF LIBRARIES for the Stockton campus, consisting of a liberal arts college, two cluster colleges, and professional schools of education, engineering, music, pharmacy, and business and public administration, with a total enrollment of 3,650 undergraduates and 420 graduate students. The director reports to the academic vice president and represents the library faculty in the administration of the University. The library has a staff of 10 librarians plus 21 support employees, holdings of more than 300,000 volumes and 250,000 nonprint items, and a budget of $750,000. The director, along with the library faculty, is responsible for providing leadership within the University community for the role of the library as supportive of the University’s instructional and faculty development programs. The director will work closely with the development staff and architect in the design and execution of a substantial building program over the next five years. Candidates must have an ALA-approved library degree and a master’s degree, or equivalent, in an academic field, plus administrative experience in an academic library. Candidates should have demonstrated knowledge of automated library systems. The salary is open. Nominations and applications should be submitted by October 31, 1978: Clifford J. Hand, Academic Vice President, University of the Pacific, Stockton, CA 95211. An equal opportunity/affirmative action employer.

DOCUMENTS LIBRARIANfor health sciences. Responsibilities: production of MEDOC (computerized documents index), some reference. MLS required, experience desirable. Salary: min. $11,750. Deadline: November 1, 1978. Write to: Mrs. Priscilla M. Mayden, Director, Spencer S. Eccles Health Sciences Library, University of Utah, Salt Lake City, UT 84112. An equal opportunity/affirmative action employer.

HEAD, CATALOG DEPARTMENT.Responsible for administration of cataloging and catalog reference services. Supervises 12 FTE librarians, 17 civil service employees, and 25 student assistants. Required: master’s degree from ALA-accredited library school; minimum of 6 years in cataloging; familiarity with automated cataloging system; previous successful supervisory experience, preferably in large university library; capability in at least 2 foreign languages; evidences of scholarly interest and professional activity. Master’s in subject area highly desirable. Librarians must meet Library Affairs requirements for tenure and promotion (publishing, research, and service) in addition to specific library assignments. Faculty rank; University Retirement System of Illinois; state-paid life, medical, and surgical insurance; 25 vacation days, 11 holidays, 60 calendar days of sick leave per contract year; and 12- month appointment. Rank of assistant professor or higher, depending on qualifications and education; salary competitive. Position available September 15, 1978. Apply by October 15, 1978, to: Susan S. Poteet, Chairperson, Search Committee, Catalog Department, Morris Library, Southern Illinois University at Carbondale, Carbondale, IL 62901. Telephone-. (618) 453-4339. The University is an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer.

HEAD, LEARNING RESOURCES CENTER.Responsible for administration of the Learning Resources Center containing the Libraries' nonprint media collections. Develops and maintains these materials for instructional support of courses offered. Works closely with appropriate faculty and the University’s Educational Communication Center to evaluate the current collections and services and to identify the diverse needs for nonprint materials and services, including those associated with independent/individualized learning and teacher training. Instructs faculty and students in the use or nonprint materials and equipment. Interprets materials and provides reference services. Supervises 1 FTE clerical employee and a small number of students. Reports to the assistant director, access services. Qualifications: MLS from an ALA-accredited library school or a master's degree in a related media field. At least two years’ relevant experience, preferably in an academic library, required. Thorough knowledge of media software, competence in media hardware, and an understanding of instructional development required. Ability to relate to and maintain effective liaison with faculty and students important. Experience with media production very helpful. The successful candidate will be one who understands the need for control of and access to information regardless of format and who is familiar with the entire range of nonprint materials and services and their use in support of academic programs and institutional objectives. Salary and rank commensurate with education and experience. Recruitment range: $13,000-$ 18,000. Twelve-month appointment; sick leave and annual leave @ 1.75 days each per month, fully paid major medical, hospitalization, and dental insurance. Social security coverage. TIAA/CREF or New York State Teachers Retirement available (employee contribution = 3%). Contact: Jean Whalen, Personnel Librarian, University Library, Room 109, State University of New York at Albany, 1400 Washington Avenue, Albany, NY 12222. Inquiries should be received by September 15, 1978 (extended deadline). The University at Albany is an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer. Applications from women, minorities, and handicapped are especially welcome.

HEAD OF TECHNICAL SERVICES.Ohio University seeks a highly capable and adaptable person to manage the processing activities of an academic library serving 13,000 students and 700 faculty in beautiful southeastern Ohio. Leads one of the library’s four divisions, with staff of twenty-seven. Responsible for most efficient use of available resources for acquiring and organizing library material. Requires MLS (some additional graduate study or research preferred), eight years' academic library experience including five years in acquisitions and cataloging and three years in administration. Broad academic background and knowledge of two foreign languages desirable. Prefer candidates with OCLC or other automation experience and demonstrated planning and organizational ability. Salary $18,000 minimum, 22 days' vacation, state retirement, and fringe benefits. Send résumé and three letters of recommendation to R. W. Ryan, Chairperson, Technical Services Head Search Committee, Ohio University Library, Athens, OH 45701, by October 15. An equal opportunity/affirmative action employer.

HEAD OF THE SLAVIC DEPARTMENT, HARVARD COLLEGE LIBRARY.Reporting to the Librarian of Harvard College, person is responsible for administration of the Slavic Department and development and oversight of one of the largest Slavic collections in the Western world. Duties include management of and participation in selection, acquisitions, cataloging, and exchange programs; supervision of staff of 17 plus student assistants; development and management of departmental budget; coordination of policies and practices with cataloging, collection development, and public services departments; consultation with faculty, Russian Research Center, and Ukrainian Research Institute on acquisitions policies; and participation in national bibliographic activities as appropriate. Qualifications: MLS or equivalent, strong educational background in Slavic studies, knowledge of several Slavic languages, extensive experience in Slavic librarianship, and administrative experience. Available: after January 1, 1979. Rank: librarian III. Salary: commensurate with experience ($17,200 minimum). Résumés to: Philip E. Leinbach, Assistant University Librarian for Personnel, Harvard University Library, Cambridge, MA 02138. An equal opportunity, affirmative action employer.

HEAD, REFERENCE DEPARTMENT.Central University Library. University of California, San Diego. Associate librarian or librarian depending on qualifications. Salary ranges $15,840-$29,496. Administers department (social sciences and humanities research library) which is responsible for general and specialized reference services, including library instruction and computerized literature searches, and for collection development and liaison with academic departments. Also serves as reference librarian and subject bibliographer. Required qualifications include MLS from ALA-accredited library school, demonstrated administrative and leadership ability, reference experience in research library, strong commitment to public service, and academic qualifications consistent with providing specialized reference service and collection development in a subject specialty. Submit applications by November 1, 1978, to: Martha L. Bovee, Assistant University Librarian, University of California, San Diego, Library C-075 A, La Jolla, CA 92093. UCSD is an equal opportunity, affirmative action employer.

HEAD, REFERENCE DEPARTMENT.Iowa State University Library. Directs and provides leadership for the general Reference Department. Main Library; department includes Interlibrary Loan, computer-based reference services, and five extramural reading rooms.- Design Center, Engineering, Physical Sciences, Economics, and Mathematics. Responsible for developing reference services and collections and for professional development of six library faculty and ten support staff. Coordinates work of the department with other library units. Works with reference staff at reference service points. Qualifications: MLS from an ALA-accredited library school and a minimum of three years’ experience in increasingly responsible position in reference or a closely related area in an academic or research library, and administrative or supervisory experience. Preferred: a second master's degree in a subject area; expertise in computer-based reference service and library instruction. Faculty status and excellent fringe benefits. Salary: $17,500 minimum. Available immediately. Apply by September 22, 1978. Send detailed résumé and names of three references to: Paul M. Gherman, Assistant Director for Administrative Services, Iowa State University Library, Ames, IA 50011. Iowa State University is an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer.

HEAD, REFERENCE SERVICES.University of Saskatchewan Library invites applications for the position Head, Reference Services, Main Library. The department provides a full range of services including General Reference and Information, on-line bibliographic searching, user education programs, and interlibrary loan. The individual holding this position will be responsible to the Coordinator of Public Services. Duties will include the development of policies and procedures relating to all operations of the Reference Services Department. This includes working with the appropriate managerial groups within the library and serving as a resource person for the rest of the Libraiy System on Reference Services. The incumbent should be a service-oriented person who can actively participate in as well as supervise and coordinate the services provided by the department. This position will be of interest to persons who seek the challenge of participating in the development of the department to respond to the changing needs for information sen/ices by the academic community. The successful candidate will have a degree from an accredited library school, and three to five years' demonstrated experience in the various reference service activities. Supervisory and/or administrative experience would be desirable. The individual should be able to demonstrate involvement in professional activities. Rank: Librarian III. Salary will be commensurate with qualifications and experience. Salary scales are presently under review. Position available immediately. Applicants are requested to send curriculum vitae and to arrange for a minimum of three letters of reference (sent directly by the referees) to be received no later than October 15, 1978. Apply to: J. D. Teskey, Assistant to the University Librarian (Administration), Library, University of Saskatchewan, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, CANADA S7N OWO.

HEAD, TECHNICAL SERVICES SECTION.University Library, Western Kentucky University. Responsible for administration of Acquisition, Catalog, and Data Processing Units (cataloging uses automated system producing COM catalog, shelflist, journals holding list from locally produced machiné-readable records and MARC records). Participates with other library administrators in general library planning, budgeting, policy making, and establishing priorities. Requirements include: demonstrated administrative competence in management, technical processing (acquisitions, cataloging, data processing, MARC or other network experience). An understanding of national issues in library administration is also desirable. Western has a 1.6 million dollar library budget with an acquisition budget of $475,000. Salary $14,000-$18,000. Credentials required are: official academic transcripts, three letters of .recommendation, résumé. Apply to: Dr. Earl E. Wassom, Director of Library Services and Assistant Dean of Academic Services, Helm- Cravens Library, Western Kentucky University, Bowling Green, KY 42101. An equal opportunity/affirmative action employer.

IBERO-AMERICAN BIBLIOGRAPHER.For the Ibero-American bibliographer in the Reference/Resources Division in the central research library, equal emphasis is placed upon collections development and reference service. The bibliographer is responsible for the selection of books, serials, and other materials in Spanish and Portuguese languages, concentrating on materials from Latin America, Spain, Portugal, and Lusophone Africa, but including material in English and other languages related to the field. The bibliographer provides general reference service at the Reference Desk and offers specialized reference assistance to patrons working in subjects related to Latin American Studies. In addition, the bibliographer may teach courses in the Latin American Studies instructional programs. He or she works closely with faculty and students and participates in library-wide matters. Qualifications: academic credentials: a) MLS or MA in LS from an accredited library school, or equivalent foreign certification; b) a master's in the subject field. Language requirement: a) fluent in Spanish; b) competent in a second language, preferably Portuguese. Instructional capability: a strong interest or a demonstrated competency in teaching preferred. Appointment date: December 1, 1978. or as soon as possible thereafter. Rank: academic appointment at a faculty rank of instructor or assistant professor dependent upon qualifications. Appointment will be a B appointment (9 or 10 months according to the University calendar), with the possibility of a summer contract being offered according to the needs of Wilson Library and the availability of the individual selected. Salary: minimum salary for instructor: for 9 months, $13,000; for assistant professor: for 9 months, $14,250, with the usual fringe benefits of the University of Minnesota faculty. Apply by: October 1, 1978. Send to: Mr. Clarence Carter, Library Personnel Officer, 499 Wilson Library, 309 19th Avenue South, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, MN 55455. The University of Minnesota is an equal opportunity employer.

INTERLIBRARY LOAN AND REFERENCE LIBRARIAN.Has complete charge of interlibrary loan activities including statistics, correspondence, financial transactions, as well as record keeping in compliance with the new copyright law. Approximately 10—15 hrs./wk. on duty at the reference desk. Supervises one clerk and one student. Required: BS (preferred); ALA-accredited MLS; some experience desirable. Salary: $12,000+. Send résumé to: Mrs. Ottilie H. Rollins, Head Librarian, Clarkson College of Technology, Potsdam, NY 13676. An equal opportunity/affirmative action employer.

LIBRARY SYSTEMS ANALYST—SERIALS.A challenging position for an individual with a fundamental understanding and a detailed knowledge of serials cataloging and control in a major research library environment. Will have primary responsibility for designing, analyzing, and documenting the functional specifications of serials handling for the BALLOTS system. Will be responsible for representing the serials system to the user community. Must have ability and interest to explore and analyze future requirements of research libraries in the area of automated serials control. Appropriate experience usually associated with ALA-accredited MLS with 5 years’ working experience. Minimum salary $17,400/annum given 5 years' experience. Qualified applicants should send résumé and letter of application to Ms. Jan Thomson, Assistant to the Director, BALLOTS Center, Encina Commons, Stanford University, Stanford, CA 94305. Equal Opportunity Through Affirmative Action.

LIBRARY SYSTEMS SPECIALIST.Requires master’s degree in library science with a bachelor’s or master’s degree in computer science field, or equivalent and appropriate work experience. Must have demonstrated through five or more years of computer applications to libraries an ability to plan, develop, implement, and evaluate such applications, including supervision of others in effective working relationships. Library Systems Specialist and Librarian III. Salary approximately $25,000 depending on qualifications and experience. Should remain informed about significant developments in electronic data processing, telecommunications, and other applicable technologies that have been developed, and are being developed or proposed, in library networks, associations, and individual libraries throughout the nation and the world. Advises the four library directors concerning appropriate applications of these technologies to the University of Missouri libraries, the libraries being considered both individually and cooperatively. Implements proposed plans and programs when approved by the library directors. Evaluates programs which have been adopted, including cost evaluations. Develops standard data gathering and reporting procedures among the university's libraries. Represents the University of Missouri system at appropriate state, regional, and national meetings and conferences relating to computer applications in libraries. Applications deadline: October 1, 1978. Apply to: Chairperson, Search Committee, Library Systems Specialist, University of Missouri-Columbia, 104 Ellis Library, Columbia, MO 65201. An equal opportunity/affirmative action employer.

MONOGRAPHS LIBRARIAN.Position available January 1, 1979. Requires master’s degree in library science and five years of professional experience in an academic library with primary emphasis on monograph cataloging and acquisition. Proven supervisory and management experience and ability. Working familiarity with OCLC and automated acquisitions systems. Responsible for the organization, supervision, and efficient operation of all functions in the Monograph Department, planning for further automation activities. Responsible for BATAB acquisitions system and the adoption of AACR II. Supervision of nine professionals and the necessary support staff. Applications deadline: January 1, 1979. Minimum salary: $18,000. Apply to: Associate Director of Libraries, University of Missouri-Columbia, Columbia, MO 65201. An equal opportunity/ affirmative action employer.

MUSIC CATALOGER.For subject and descriptive cataloging and preparation for OCLC input of music scores, sound recordings, and books in the area of music. Required: master's degree from ALA- accredited library school plus additional formal training in music history and/or literature; capability in French, German, and Italian. Librarians must meet Library Affairs requirements for tenure and promotion (publishing, research, and service) in addition to specific library assignments. Second master's degree in music history and/or literature and prior professional experience highly desirable. Faculty rank; University Retirement System of Illinois; state-paid life, medical, and surgical insurance; 25 vacation days, 11 holidays, 60 calendar days of sick leave per contract year; and 12- month appointment. Rank of instructor or assistant professor depending on education and experience. Salary competitive. Tenure not granted at instructor level. Position available September 1. 1978. Application deadline October 15. 1978. Apply to: Mina H. Daniels. Chairperson. Search Committee. Cataloging Department. Morris Library, Southern Illinois University at Carbondale, Carbondale, IL 62901. The University is an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer.

PERIODICAL/MICROFORM LIBRARIAN.New position for greatly expanded services in a new central library building at the University of Cincinnati. Responsible to the Head of Reference Bibliographic Services for the supervision of the periodicals and microform areas. Assists in formulating and implementing periodical and microform policies and procedures, including development of services and preparation of budget requests. Is responsible for collection maintenance and selection of materials with guidance of Assistant Director for Collections. Gives specialized periodical and advanced reference service. Supervises 4 full-time staff and 4 FTE student assistants. Master's degree in library science; three years of professional experience or combination of advanced training and experience involving serials; and some supervisory experience are necessary qualifications. Knowledge of a modern European language and on-line data base search experience are desirable. Salary based on qualifications and experience. Minimum—$13,500. Send résumé and names of three references by 9/20/78 to: Carol Reed, Administrative Assistant; University of Cincinnati Libraries; Cincinnati, OH 45221. The University of Cincinnati is an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer.

PUBLIC SERVICE LIBRARIAN.Primary duties, serials service and binding preparation; shared responsibility for reference service and orientation. Informal work setting, but high expectations. MLS required. Experience desirable, not required. Generous vacation and benefits; faculty status. Salary $11,500+ and rank Librarian I or II dependent upon experience. Open after September 1, 1978. Send résumé and references to: Personnel Office, Antioch College, Yellow Springs, OH 45387. Antioch College is an equal opportunity/ affirmative action employer.

REFERENCE LIBRARIAN—LAW LIBRARY.Primarily responsible for evening and weekend reference service (3 evenings per week plus Saturday and Sunday); additional assignments entail book selection and collection development under the direction of the Law Librarian and policy formulation as it relates to reference and book selection. Duties include some supervision of paraprofessional staff and student assistants. Required: fifth-year library science degree from an accredited library school with some experience involving reference service with legal materials. Demonstrated supervisory ability. Salary: $11,200-$ 17,560 depending upon qualifications and experience. Fringe benefits: TIAA/CREF retirement plan; social security; health, hospital, and life insurance partially subsidized; liberal sick leave. Wayne State University is an equal opportunity and an affirmative action employer. Write to: Robert T. Grazier, Associate Director of Libraries, Wayne State University, Detroit. Ml 48202.

SCIENCE LIBRARIAN.Full-time administrative position. Graduate professional degree in library or information science; bibliographic knowledge in math or a natural science. Possible evening, weekend hours; experience in science or special library, some graduate study in sciences desired. Submit letter, supporting materials by November 1, 1978, to John Duresedow, Mudd, Oberlin College, Oberlin, OH 44074. $12,500 or higher, depending on experience and qualifications. Affirmative action (M/F) equal opportunity employer.

SCIENCE LIBRARIAN.Master's degree in library science from accredited school required. BS in physics or chemistry required, MS desired. Participates in science and reference collection development, bibliographic instruction, and liaison with faculty. Minimum salary $11,800 annually, 12-mo. contract, 24 vacation days per year, good fringe benefits. Application deadline is October 1, 1978. Send résumés and names of three references to C. Edward Wall, Head Librarian, The University of Michigan-Dearborn, 4901 Evergreen Road, Dearborn, Ml 48128. UM-Dearborn is an equal opportunity, nondiscriminatory, affirmative action, Title IX employer.

SCIENCE REFERENCE LIBRARIAN.Shares responsibilities for providing reference services for undergraduates in general science and for faculty and graduate students in math and statistics. Participates in bibliographic instruction, library exhibits, and searching reserve lists and bibliographic data bases. Requires MLS. science background (preferably physics, chemistry, or math), public services experience, and organizational ability. Available immediately. Rank and salary depending on qualifications; $11,900 minimum. Résumés to Philip E. Leinbach, Harvard University Library, Cambridge, MA 02138. Equal opportunity/affirmative action employer.

SLAVIC BIBLIOGRAPHER.The Slavic bibliographer would work in Wilson Library in the Reference/Resources Division, where equal emphasis is placed upon collections development and reference service. The bibliographer selects books, serials, and other materials in Russian and other Slavic languages, concentrating on materials from the Soviet Union and Eastern Europe, but including material in English and other languages related to the field. The bibliographer provides general reference service at the Reference Desk and offers specialized reference assistance to patrons working in subjects related to Slavic Studies. In addition, the bibliographer participates in the instructional programs offered by the division. He or she actively engages in faculty liaison and participates with colleagues in divisional and library governance. Qualifications: academic credentials: a) MLS or MA in LS from an accredited library school, or equivalent foreign certification; b) a second master's in the subject field. Language requirement: a) fluent in Russian; b) preferably a second competency in a related language. Instructional capability: a strong interest or demonstrated competency in teaching preferred. Appointment date: January 1, 1979, or as soon as possible thereafter. Rank: academic appointment at a faculty rank of instructor or assistant professor dependent upon qualifications. Appointment will be a B appointment (9 or 10 months according to the University calendar), with the possibility of a summer contract's being offered according to the needs of Wilson Library and the availability of the individual selected. Salary: minimum salary for instructor: for 9 months, $13,000; for assistant professor: for 9 months, $14,300, with the usual fringe benefits of the University of Minnesota faculty. Apply by: October 15. 1978. Include a curriculum vitae, transcripts, and three letters of reference. Send to: Mr. Clarence Carter, Library Personnel Officer, 499 Wilson Library, 309 19th Avenue South, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis. MN 55455. The University of Minnesota is an equal opportunity employer.

SPECIAL COLLECTIONS LIBRARIAN.Search Reopened. University of Saskatchewan Library invites applications for the position of Special Collections Librarian. The individual holding this position will be responsible to the Coordinator of Public Services. Duties will include the development of policies and procedures relating to all operations in special collections. This includes working with the appropriate managerial groups within the library and with relevant faculty and departmental committees. The emphasis of the collection is western Canadian history. The successful candidate will have a degree from an accredited library school and completed postgraduate work in one of the social sciences. Candidates should have three years' experience in an academic library and a working knowledge of French. Rank: Librarian III. Salary will be commensurate with qualifications and experience Salary scales are presently under review. Applicants are requested to send curriculum vitae and to arrange for a minimum of three letters of reference (sent directly by the referees) to be received no later than October 15. 1978. (One of the referees should have been the applicant's academic or thesis advisor.) Apply to: J. D. Teskey, Assistant to the University Librarian (Administration), Library, University of Saskatchewan, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan. CANADA S7N OWO.

SUPERVISOR, DATA AND BOOK PROCESSING UNIT, TECHNICAL SERVICES SECTION.University Library, Western Kentucky University. Responsible for supervising a staff of 4.5 assistants who input, proofread, and update bibliographical data for an automated cataloging and circulation system, utilizing on-line MARC records, producing COM catalog and shelflist, book labels, and circulation cards; unit also processes approximately 15,000 books annually. Participates with other Technical Services supervisors and administrators in planning and designing library procedures. Requirements: master’s degree in library science with academic library experience in cataloging and classification desired, as well as knowledge of data processing and computer use. Salary $10,500-$ 12,500. Send résumé, official academic transcripts, three letters of recommendation to: Dr. Earl E. Wassom, Director of Library Services and Assistant Dean of Academic Services, Helm-Cravens Library, Western Kentucky University, Bowling Green, KY 42101. An equal opportunity/affirmative action employer.

TECHNICAL SERVICES LIBRARIAN.Major responsibilities include supervision of the Acquisitions, Cataloging, and Serials programs. MLS from accredited library school and successful cataloging experience in academic library using OCLC procedures required. Salary (12-month) dependent on qualifications. Apply with résumé to Robert Goiter. Director of Library Services, The College of Wooster, Wooster, OH 44691. Equal opportunity employer.

UNIVERSITY LIBRARIAN.Brown University is seeking applications and nominations for this position. The university librarian is responsible for the development and operation of the Brown University Library System. The university librarian is a member of the Brown faculty and participates with the deans and department chairpersons in appropriate committees and forums in planning for the academic development of the University. Applicants must have appropriate professional credentials, including firsthand knowledge of scholarly research. They should also have senior-level administrative experience, preferably in a library of a size and purpose comparable to that of Brown University. Salary will be commensurate with qualifications and experience. Applications and nominations including at least three references should be sent by November 1, 1978, to Chairperson, Library Search Committee, Box 1862. Brown University, Providence. RI 02912. An equal opportunity/affirmative action employer.

Arizona State University. UNIVERSITY LIBRARIAN vacancy search for 1979-80. Qualifications: ALA-accredited MLS; doctorate preferred; knowledge of current trends and technology in librarianship: diverse experience and progressive growth in academic library management; budget expertise; human relations, personnel, and communication skills; appreciation of academic excellence and a strong commitment to library support for scholarship, research, and instruction; ability to guide collection development. Salary: $30,000 range—negotiable. Application deadline: September 30, 1978 postmark. (Candidate to be available July 1, 1979.) Application procedure: Send cover letter responding to qualifications as stated above, detailed résumé, and names and addresses of five references to: Dr. Noel J. Stowe, Chair, Advisory Search Committee, History Department, Arizona State University, Tempe, AZ 85281. General information: Hayden Memorial Library is the geographic and academic hub of the campus and holds 1.3 million volumes and additional materials. Current annual acquisitions budget $1.7 million, 20% average annual growth rate. The library serves over 35,000 students plus faculty and staff. It holds institutional membership in the Association of Research Libraries, the Center for Research Libraries, and AMIGOS Bibliographic Council. The staff includes 42 professionals and 100 support personnel Arizona State University Library is an emerging service-oriented research library with emphasis on automated processing (including OCLC) and on collection development (pilot library for ARL's Collection Analysis Project). Arizona State University is a committed equal opportunity/affirmative action employer.

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