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ASSISTANT GENERAL REFERENCE LIBRARIAN AND LIBRARIAN I.Position available May 1. Requires master’s degree in library science from an ALA-accredited institution and bachelor’s degree in education with subject master’s degree preferred. Teaching or bibliographic instruction experience desirable. Minimum salary $11,000. Responsible for planning, developing, coordinating, and implementing library orientation and instruction programs with the assistance of other reference librarians. Works with faculty, students, and other librarians to develop print and audiovisual library instructional materials. Offers reference assistance in the General Reference Division. Applications deadline: April 15. Apply to: Associate Director of Libraries, University of Missouri-Columbia, Columbia, MO 65201. An affirmative action/equal opportunity Employer.

ASSISTANT GENERAL REFERENCE LIBRARIAN AND LIBRARIAN I.Position available May 1. Requires master’s degree in library science from an ALA-accredited institution and one year of experience with automated bibliographical retrieval services. Subject master’s degree preferred. Minimum salary $11,000. Responsible for planning, coordinating, scheduling, and implementing on-line bibliographical retrieval services with the assistance of the other reference librarians. Offers traditional reference assistance and assists in the selection of reference materials in the General Reference Division. Assists in library orientation and instruction. Applications deadline: April 15. Apply to: Associate Director of Libraries, University of Missouri-Columbia, Columbia, MO 65201. An affirmative action/equal opportunity employer.

ASSISTANT LAW LIBRARIAN.Position available April 1. Requires master’s degree in library science from an ALA-accredited library school. Training in legal bibliography, previous law library experience, and a working knowledge of two modern European languages are highly desirable. Assistant law librarian and librarian I. Minimum salary $11,000. Responsible for providing evening reference services and for the supervision of circulation and other public services in the evening. Will develop and maintain new serials records, including check-in systems, claims procedures, binding, and replacements. Maintains the catalog records for serials. Recommends acquisitions to the collection, particularly with respect to serials and government documents. Plans and implements projects and services for improving library operations. Applications deadline: April 1. Apply to: Associate Director of Libraries, University of Missouri-Columbia, Columbia, MO 65201. An affirmative action/equal opportunity employer.

ASSISTANT LIBRARIAN FOR PUBLIC SERVICES.Position available July 1. Bethany College, private, coeducational, church related, liberal arts college near Wheeling, W. Va.-Pittsburgh. Responsible for teaching library skills, working with faculty to integrate library use into the academic program, general reference desk work, supervision of interlibrary loan, and assisting the director in collection development. One-year initial appointment on a nine-month contract. Full faculty status and fringe benefits. Rank dependent on qualifications. Beginning salary $10,000-$ 13,000. MLS from an ALA-accredited program required. Second master’s degree in a humanistic discipline desired. Experience in college reference work preferred. Application deadline March 15. Please submit resume and three letters of recommendation to Mr. Larry Frye, Library Director, T. W. Phillips Library, Bethany College, Bethany, WV 26032. Bethany is an affirmative action/equal opportunity employer.

ASSISTANT LIBRARIAN FOR PUBLIC SERVICES.Supervises and coordinates the work of reference, interlibrary loan, circulation, and photocopy. Develops and implements public service policies and programs in a medium-sized medical center library containing 150,000 volumes, computer and audiovisual equipment, a clinical librarian, a total staff of more than 50 people, and a budget of 3/4 million dollars. Requirements: college and library degrees and at least three years’ experience, some supervisory. MLA certification helpful. Salary: $13,000 to $16,000, depending on background and experience. Send resume to: Barbara Halbrook, Washington University School of Medicine Library, 4580 Scott Ave., St. Louis, MO 63110, by April 15. An equal opportunity employer.

ASSISTANT REFERENCE LIBRARIAN.Duties to include wide range of reference desk service, supervision of growing microforms collection, participation in library use instruction, etc. MLS required. Applicants with 2-3 years' academic library experience preferred. Minimum salary without experience $9,800. Excellent fringe benefits and leave policies. Position open August 15. Applications must be received by April 30. Equal employment/affirmative action employer. Send resume and credentials to Leo R. Rift, College Librarian, Ithaca College, Danby Road, Ithaca, NY 14850.

ASSISTANT REFERENCE LIBRARIAN.Foreign language major or strong foreign language background required. Must have MLS from ALA-accredited school. Candidates will be expected to participate in reference service, bibliographic instruction, computer-assisted reference service, and book selection. Salary $11,500 and up, depending upon experience. Faculty status; tenure-track position. Twelve-month appointment; liberal retirement, insurance, and vacation benefits. Send resume, current letters of recommendation, and placement folder to: Dr. James Thompson, Library Director, University of North Carolina at Greensboro, NC 27412. Deadline for receipt of credentials: April 1. Affirmative action/equal opportunity employer.

ASSISTANT REFERENCE LIBRARIAN.Performs general reference services including reference desk coverage, computer data base searching, collection development, and instructional services (some formal teaching). MLS from accredited library school required. Salary: $ 13,000-$16,000 depending on qualifications. Library experience desirable. Faculty status; 12-month appointment with 24 days' annual leave; TIAA. Position open July 1. Application deadline April 15. Send resume and names and addresses of three references to Ruth H. Donovan, Assistant Director of Libraries, University of Nevada Library, Reno, NV 89557. An equal opportunity/ affirmative action employer.

University of California, Riverside Library, seeks a librarian for a challenging position as BIOMEDICAL SCIENCES SPECIALIST and COORDINATOR OF COMPUTER LITERATURE SEARCHING for the Science Libraries. Must have MLS, 2 years of reference experience, and training in on-line searching. Experience in a science library desirable. Assistant or associate librarian level. Salary range for appointment, $14,268-16,584. Send resume and list of 3-5 references to Ms. Rikki Robison, Library Personnel Office, University of California, Riverside, CA 92521. An equal opportunity/affirmative action employer.

The University of Saskatchewan Library invites applications for the position of CATALOGER. The individual holding this position will be responsible to the head of cataloging. Primary responsibility will be for original cataloging and classification of monographs according to LC. The successful candidate will have a degree from an accredited library school, as well as proficiency in languages including Slavic and/or German. A background in the physical sciences is desirable. Rank: Librarian I or II, depending on qualifications. Salary Range: salary scale under review but will be dependent upon qualifications and experience. Position Available: May 1. Applicants are requested to send curriculum vitae and to arrange for a minimum of three letters of reference (sent directly by the referee) to be received no later than April 15. Apply to: J. D. Teskey, Assistant to the University Librarian (administration), The Library, University of Saskatchewan, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, S7N oWo.

California library will appoint CHIEF COLLECTION DEVELOPMENT OFFICER. Creative opportunity to plan and implement acquisitions program in an outstanding academic library of 900,000 vols. 5,000 undergraduates and graduates, 26 Ph.D. programs. Substantial collection development experience in academic library; demonstrated administrative ability. Minimum salary $21,276. Position open April 1. Send resume and list of 5 references to Ms. Rikki Robison, Library Personnel Office, University of California, Riverside, CA 92521. An equal opportunity/affirmative action employer.

COMMUNICATIONS LIBRARIAN.University of Illinois at Urbana- Champaign. Responsible for administration and development of an internationally known research collection in communications. Provides library service in support of research and teaching to College of Communications and Institute of Communications Research, as well as to university at large. Master's degree in library or information science preferred. Higher degree in communications or related discipline may be substituted, but candidates must have appropriate successful professional library experience. Strong commitment to service, knowledge of literature of fields served essential. Ability to engage in scholarly activity and to work with a diverse, research-oriented clientele required. Salary, $15,000 upward and faculty rank, depending on qualifications and academic credentials. Twelve-month appointment with one month of vacation and other fringe benefits. Must meet general university requirements for promotion and tenure (research, publication, university- /community/professional service) in addition to specific library assignments. Send complete resume with names and addresses of five references to Robert F. Delzell, Director of Personnel, University of Illinois Library at Urbana-Champaign, Urbana, IL 61801. Phone: (217) 333-0319. Inquiries concerning the position may be directed to the chairperson of the Search Committee, Paula Watson, phone (217) 333-0424. For maximum consideration, applications and nominations should be received by May 15. The university is an affirmative action/equal opportunity employer.

DIRECTOR OF RITTER LIBRARY.Baldwin-Wallace College is seek ing applicants for this position in a medium-sized library. Must have demonstrated skills in leadership, planning and interpersonal relations. Ph.D. is preferred; MLS is required. Experience in a university or college library is essential. Knowledge of academic programs and the ability to work effectively with faculty and academic administrators are necessary. Must be able to supervise seven professional librarians as well as other supporting staff. The director will hold academic rank. Salary is competitive. Excellent benefits. A detailed resume should be sent to John F. Gregg, Assistant Vice President for Academic Affairs; Baldwin-Wallace College; 275 Eastland Road, Berea. Ohio 44017. Resume should contain references including telephone numbers. The college is an equal opportunity/ affirmative action employer.

EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR OF LIBRARY AND LEARNING RESOURCES.This administrator is responsible for providing direction and leadership for the university library and audiovisual services in support of academic and service programs and institutional objectives, including budget, personnel, and service, and the extension of instructional support to the university’s off-campus programs. Desirable qualifications include an earned doctorate with preparation in library and audiovisual services. Salary: competitive (minimum $22,500). Application deadline is April 3. Send resume, three current letters of reference, and transcripts (graduate and undergraduate) to Milda Steinbrecher, Search Committee. Room 333, Dempsey Hall, University of Wisconsin-Oshkosh, Wl 54901. UW-Oshkosh is an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer.

GENERAL REFERENCE LIBRARIAN AND LIBRARIAN III.Position available May 1. Requires master's degree in library science from an ALA-accredited institution. Subject master's desirable. Requires a minimum of five years of professional experience, preferably working with general reference sources. Minimum salary $14,000. Responsible for the organization and operation of the General Reference Division. Plans, develops, and evaluates services in coordination with other public services areas. Assists the head of Ellis Reference Services in the administration of all reference divisions. Selects and maintains the general reference collection. Directly supervises four professionals and two support staff members. Provides traditional reference assistance and assists with library orientation and instruction. Applications deadline: April 15. Apply to: Associate Director of Libraries, University of Missouri— Columbia, Columbia, MO 65201. An affirmative action/equal opportunity employer.

LAW CATALOGER (LIBRARIAN I OR II).The University of Saskatchewan Library invites applications for the position of law cataloger. The individual holding this position will be responsible to the head of cataloging in a centralized technical services operation. Primary responsibility will be for cataloging and classifying law, law-related, and political science materials. The successful candidate will have a degree from an accredited library school as well as a thorough knowledge of French. Preference will be given to candidates with a background in law. Salary and rank will be commensurate with qualifications and experience. Salary scales are presently under review. Position available: July 1. Applicants are requested to send curriculum vitae and to arrange for a minimum of three letters of reference (sent directly by the referee) to be received no later than April 15. Apply to: J. D. Teskey, Assistant to the University Librarian (Administration), Library, University of Saskatchewan, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan S7N 0W0.

LECTURER.School of Librarianship, University of New South Wales, Sydney, Australia. Preference given to qualified applicants capable of teaching library science courses at graduate diploma and master's degree levels. Expereince and thorough knowledge of reference work and subject bibliography desirable. Applications close 28 April. Salary per annum: $A14,851, range $A19,551. Commencing salary according to qualifications and experience. Write to the Academic Staff Office, P.O. Box 1, Kensington N.S.W. 2033, Australia, for full information about types of appointment, conditions of employment, and method of application.

LIBRARY DIRECTOR.University of Wisconsin Center-Marinette County. Librarian position description: Master's in librarianship from an ALA-accredited institution to manage and direct library services for student body of 350 to 400. Secondary field of foreign language, philosophy, computer science, or political science preferred. Teach a minimum of one introductory course each semester in secondary field at the freshman-sophomore level. Minimum of M.A. or M.S. in secondary field. Strong interest and ability in providing instruction to students in use of library resources. Professional competence in the organization and use of audio and visual media required. Ten-month appointment beginning April 1. Salary from $12,500, based on qualifications. Applications, including resume and letters of reference, should be sent before March 15 to Campus Dean. University of Wisconsin Center-Marinette County, Bay Shore, Marinette. Wl 54143. Telephone (715) 735-7477. An equal opportunity/affirmative action employer.

LIBRARIAN. RARE BOOKS.Head of Rare Book Division. Supervise and actively participate in all aspects of rare book librarianship: share (with director) responsibilities in acquisitions, accessioning, repair work, cataloging, taking care of card reproduction and binding, shelf arrangement, etc. Prerequisites: AMLS, several years' rare book cataloging experience, working knowledge of foreign languages, supervisory ability. Knowledge of early American history and Americana bibliography desirable. Assoc, librarian to librarian. Salary and classification dependent on qualifications and experience. Begin April-June. Write to John C. Dann, Director, Clements Library, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Ml 48109. The University of Michigan is a nondiscriminatory, affirmative action employer.

MEDICAL CATALOGER.Position available April 1. Requires master's degree in library science from an ALA-accredited institution, with special training in health sciences librarianship. Three years of library experience, a thorough grasp of medical library cataloging, and experience using NLM and MESH required. OCLC experience desirable. Medical cataloger and librarian II. Minimum salary $12 000. Responsible for cataloging and processing of all monographic library materials following the policies and practices of the Medical Library and the Veterinary Medical Library. Responsible for original cataloging and revision of the cataloging of a nonprofessional. Maintains card catalogs as necessary to conform with National Library of Medicine practices. Advises the public service staff on cataloging policy and practices. Applications deadline: April 1. Apply to: Associate Director of Libraries, University of Missouri— Columbia, Columbia, MO 65201. An affirmative action/equal opportunity employer.

MEDLINE ANALYST AND LIFE SCIENCES REFERENCE LIBRARIAN,Science and Engineering Library. MLS and MEDLINE searching experience required. Degree in one of the life sciences highly desirable. Salary dependent on experience. Faculty status. TIAA/ CREF. Open July 1. Send resume before May 15 to Dr. Allene F. Schnaitter, Director of Libraries, Washington State University, Pullman, WA 99164. WSU is an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer. Women, minorities, and/or handicapped are encouraged to apply.

University of Michigan. NEAR EAST CATALOGER (ASSISTANT LIBRARIAN). Peforms descriptive and subject cataloging of library materials in Near Eastern languages. AMLS. working knowledge of French and German, strong competence in Arabic as demonstrated on the Arabic Proficiency Test, reading knowledge of modern Persian (Farsi), second graduate degree in Islamic history and civilization, good communication skills in both English and Arabic required. $11,100 minimum. Write: Mrs. Lynn Marko, Assistant for Personnel and Staff Development, 818 Hatcher Library, Ann Arbor, Ml 48109. The University of Michigan is a nondiscriminatory, affirmative action employer.

PHILSOM COORDINATOR.Coordinates and directs work of computerized serials control system network for 10 medical libraries throughout the country. Acts as liaison between member libraries and computer center. Answers questions about network. Makes recommendations for changes to computer program. Trains staffs of member libraries. Writes manuals and documentation about system. Keeps track of costs and negotiates contracts. Publishes newsletter. Conducts semiannual meetings of network members. Speaks and writes articles on PHILSOM. Makes sure that input and output of system are correct and timely. Reports to librarian. Must have college degree and either library school or computer training, plus 2 years of library or equivalent experience. Salary depends upon background and experience, up to $12,500. Send resume to: Dr. Estelle Brodman, Ph.D., Washington University, School of Medicine, 4580 Scott Avenue, St. Louis, MO 63110.

Library: PUBLIC SERVICES, ASSISTANT DIRECTOR. Minimum qualifications: MLS from an ALA-accredited school: at least 7 years’ relevant experience, including demonstrated managerial experience, in academic libraries. Preferred qualifications: MLS and 10 years’ progressively responsible experience in large libraries operating through multiple service departments, at least 5 of which are in academic libraries; demonstrated professional, managerial, and public relations abilities in several of the major specialties within public service work; knowledge of current trends in computer- based services is desirable. Salary for 12 months, $19,000-22,000 (negotiable) range with generous State of Ohio fringe benefits. Starting July 2 (negotiable), with April 15 closing date for applications. Send resume and 3 letters of reference to Robert Benninghoff, Chairperson, Search Committee, University Libraries, Cleveland, OH 44115. An equal opportunity employer/M/F Handicap.

REFERENCE/INSTRUCTIONAL LIBRARIAN:Assists in planning and implementing library programs in bibliographic instruction and orientation and in providing general reference service. Minimum two years' relevant experience. MLS from an ALA-accredited school. Open March. $11,000 minimum plus generous fringe benefits. Send resume by March 15 to James DeLancey, Georgetown University Library, Washington, DC 20057. An equal opportunity/ affirmative action employer.

REFERENCE LIBRARIAN,Health Sciences Library (librarian I or II). The University of Sasketchewan Library invites applications for the position of health sciences reference librarian. The individual holding this position will be responsible to the health sciences librarian. Duties will include general reference, user education, computer-assisted bibliographic searching, and selection in specified subject areas. The successful candidate will have a degree from an accredited library school. Public service experience, including on-line bibliographic searching, is desirable. Candidates with a degree in the life sciences will be given preference. Salary and rank will be commensurate with qualifications and experience. Salary scales are presently under review. Position available: May 1. Applicants are requested to send curriculum vitae and to arrange for a minimum of three letters of reference (sent directly by the referee) to be received no later than April 15. Apply to: J. D. Teskey, Assistant to the University Librarian (Administration) Library, University of Saskatchewan, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan S7N 0W0.

Northwestern University Library announces the second of three SCHOLAR LIBRARIAN positions funded by grants from the National Endowment for the Humanities and the Council on Library Resources. The scholar librarians will have bibliographic, teaching, and faculty liaison responsibilities. Appointment is for a tenure of three years. Starting salary: $12,500. Applications are being accepted from scholars with a master's degree in library science and a Ph.D. in the humanities with no previous experience in librarianship or university teaching. Preferred field: early American history, African history or literature, English or French literature. Deadline for applications: May 1. Candidates should submit a curriculum vitae and placement office dossier including three letters of recommendation to Mr. John McGowan, University Librarian, Northwestern University Library, Evanston, IL 60201. An equal opportunity employer.

Northwestern University Library. SERIAL CATALOGER/BINDERY LIBRARIAN. Under supervision of senior serial cataloger, catalogs serials for inclusion in NOTIS, Northwestern's on-line machine- readable data base. Supervises bindery section of Serial Cataloging and Bindery Unit, managing bindery accounts, coordinating bindery functions, and supervising five full-, and three part-time nonprofessional employees, plus two student assistants. Time to be evenly divided between cataloging and bindery activities. Master's degree from accredited library school; working knowledge of at least one foreign language, preferably including German or a romance language. Some serials, cataloging, and/or supervisory experience preferred. Open March. Hiring range: $11,500-$ 13,000 dependent upon qualifications. Submit applications to Robert Ireland, Northwestern University Library, Evanston, IL 60201. An equal opportunity employer.

SERIALS LIBRARIAN.Position available May 1. Requires master's degree in library science and minimum of five years of professional experience with primary emphasis on serials. Proven supervisory and management experience and ability required. Responsible for the organization and administration of the newly reestablished Serials Department, which includes acquisitions, cataloging, check-in, claims, and binding. Will plan and implement a program for upgrading and quality control of serials records, possibly involving automation. Collection contains over 18,000 serials. Serials Department has three librarians and appropriate support staff. Applications deadline: April 1. Minimum salary: $16,000. Apply to: Associate Director of Libraries. University of Missouri-Columbia, Columbia, MO 65201. An affirmative action/equal opportunity employer.

Rutgers University is seeking applications and nominations for the position of UNIVERSITY LIBRARIAN. This individual is responsible for the overall planning and operation of the university library system, which emcompasses three major geographic campuses throughout the state of New Jersey. The university librarian reports to the vice-president for academic affairs. Candidates should have a strong appreciation and commitment to excellence in scholarship, research, instruction, and extension and public service and proven ability to relate to university faculties. Desirable qualifications might typically include a MLS degree, demonstrated administrative ability in a large university or research library, extensive master planning experience in complex organization, and an understanding of national issues in research library administration. The candidates should have had experience in developing overall acquisition and service plans for large library systems in the framework of the overall institutional educational plans and programs in a large multi-campus system. The development of program budgets and the evaluation of the delivery of library services will be principal responsibilities of this position. Coordination will be necessary with deans and campus provosts at the various branch campuses of the university. Applications and nominations should be sent by April 1 to Dr. Richard P. McCormick, Chairman of the Rutgers University Librarian Search Committee. Office of the Vice- President for University Personnel, Rutgers University. New Brunswick, NJ 08903. An equal opportunity/affirmative action employer.

VISITING REFERENCE SPECIALIST.Reference and Collection Development Department, California State University, Chico. An experienced professional librarian with skill in general reference practice who also can provide leadership and direction in one of the following areas: (a) direct reference, its design, delivery, and evaluation; (b) academic library collection development, its organization and practice; (c) orientation and bibliographic instruction, with particular attention to the library nonuser; (d) a speciality involving one of the following: ethnic minority reference work, nonprint media reference, serials access, or the coodination of reference services with government publications. The ability to suggest and communicate new ideas and techniques is particularly important. In addition to an ALA-accredited MLS, the candidate must have a 2nd master's in a subject area, or equivalent academic or professional achievements, and must have at least 4 yrs.’ responsible experience appropriate to the above assignment. Salary range: $18,180-$21,900 (associate librarian; 12-mo. salary). Position available July 1 (a one-yr. appointment). Send letter of application, vita, and other professional papers by April 1 to: Robert G. Brennan, Director of Public Services, California State University-Chico, Chico, CA 95929. An equal opportunity/affirmative action employer.

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