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Classified Advertising

Classified advertising orders and copy, and cancellations, should be addressed to the Advertising Department, 50 East Huron Street, Chicago 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 $1.30 per printed line.


MLS. AUGUST, Florida State. All MA English course work completed. BS Int'l affairs. Russian, French. Interested in reference, cataloging, and documents. Clerical experience in acquisitions. Will relocate. Sims D. Kline, 982-H2 W Brevard, Tallahassee, FL 32304.

AREA STUDIES REFERENCE/BIBLIOGRAPHY Position. Experience. Languages. MA in Library Science, and MA in South Asian Languages and Civ., both expected August 1975. Available Sept. 1975. Write R. Emmett, 5634-1/2 S. Maryland Avenue, Chicago, III. 60637.



BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION LIBRARIAN. Administers William J. Parish Memorial Library serving the Anderson School of Business and Administrative Sciences. Library provides reference, orientation, circulation, reserve and media services. Supervises two full-time non-professionals and five students. As department head, participates in library planning. MLS from accredited school, subject knowledge and experience. Faculty status. Salary $ 10.500— $12,500. Available: June I, 1975. Send resume to: Alice Clark. Assistant Dean for Readers’ Services, General Library, Univ. of New Mexico, Albuquerque, New Mexico 81731. An equal opportunity/affirmative action employer.

DEAN OF LEARNING RESOURCES CENTER. Responsibilities: Administrate and supervise the center’s operations—academic, fiscal, and personnel; plan, program, budget, organize, communicate and coordinate efforts of the college's media services, library, and language lab; and assure their professionalization and utilization. Qualifications: Earned doctorate; successful college administrative experience with primary responsibilities of managing the library, resource center, media services, instructional product design, and curriculjr and instructional design function. Management and leadership abilities vital. Salary: $22,000 minimum. Application deadline: June I, 1975. Apply or direct inquiries to Margaret Stamps, Search Committee, Office of Vice President for Academic Affairs, Southern Colorado State College, Pueblo, CO 81001. An equal opportunity/affirmative action employer.


HEAD, CATALOGING DEPT.: Supervise staff of seven, medium-sized university library, partially reclassified from Dewey to LC; MLS plus cataloging and supervisory experience; should be individual who is innovative and up to date on latest cataloging techniques. Salary circa $13,000 TIAA/CREF. Position open July I; send resume to Dennis E. Robison, Boatwright Library, University of Richmond, Virginia 23173. An equal opportunity/affirmative action employer.


LIBRARY REFERENCE SERVICES: Assoc. Librarian to Librarian, $12,648-$ 17,496 OR $ 16.716—$22,260. MLS—5 to 10 years Reference and Administration experience. Management of all General Library Reference Services; initiates and implements integrated uniform reference services. SERIALS AUTOMATION LIBRARIAN: Assistant Librarian, $9,864-$13,566. MLS—2-5 years Serials automation experience. Coordinates all serials automation activities. Serves as systems analyst for Serials Department. SCIENCES CATALOGER: Assistant Librarian, $9,864-$13,566. MLS—1-3 years cataloging experience. Subject background in Sciences. Cataloging all types of materials for two sciences libraries. Position open July I, 1975. Apply to: A. Dahl-Hansen, University Librarian, University of California, Riverside, CA 92507. An equal opportunity/affirmative action employer.


HEAD REFERENCE LIBRARIAN. University Library. Responsible for coordination of all information services within the main library including general information services and bibliographic guidance, document location and retrieval, computer-based citation and information retrieval services in conjunction with other appropriate library offices. Qualifications: MLS from ALA-accredited institution, minimum 5 years experience as a reference librarian in recognized research library. Subject Master's and knowledge of one or more modern European languages highly desirable. In-depth knowledge and understanding of theory of information science is desired. Benefits: 22 working days vacation per year, TIAA-CREF, faculty status, liberal fringe benefits, salary $14,000— $16,434. Apply to: Robert Lee Caruthers, University of Louisville Library, Belknap Campus, Louisville, KY 40208. An equal oppor†uni†y/affirmative action employer.

ASSISTANT REFERENCE LIBRARIAN—Minimum qualifications: M.L.S., at least 3 years' full-time professional experience in a college or university library. Desirable qualifications: I) graduate work in a subject discipline (natural sciences, business, fine arts, or social sciences); 2) experience in reference work with government documents or legal literature; 3) knowledge of one or more foreign languages. Full faculty status, 9-mon†h appt. possibility of summer work, 35-hour week, some evening and week-end work required. Starting salary of $10,103-— $14,934 dependent on qualifications; summer work extra. Fringe benefits: Major medical, life insurance, sick leave, and choice between State Employees Retirement System or TIAA-CREF. Position available September 2, 1975.

Resume to Mildred Ma†eer, Chairperson of Search Committee, Rohrbach Library, Kutztown State College, Kutztown, PA 19530. An equal oppor†uni†y/affirmative action employer.


HEAD PERIODICALS LIBRARIAN. Hofstra University is seeking a Librarian to head its Periodicals Department. 30,000 bound volumes and 2,600 current periodical and newspaper titles. MLS required; additional Master's degree in University Library Serials work; knowledge of serials automation; demonstrated administrative ability. Salary: $ 14,000—$ 19,000. Faculty rank. Position open July I, 1975. Send resume with three references to: Susan Weiss, Reference Librarian, Hofstra University Library, Hempstead, NY 11550. An equal opportunity/affirmative action employer.

SERIALS LIBRARIAN. To supervise acquisition, processing, maintenance, and binding of serials in 500,000-volume library. Cooperates with Heads of Acquisitions and Cataloging in coordinating Technical Services activities. Excellent working conditions in modern building. Salary for 9 month year (mid-August to mid-May) $12,500 or more, depending on qualifications. Excellent fringe benefits, TIAA-CREF, and professional travel opportunities. Requirements: MLS from accredited library school; several years progressive experience in academic library school; and administrative ability. Send resume to: Elizabeth Myers, Chairman, Committee on Faculty Selection, Central Michigan University Library, Mt. Pleasant, Ml 48859. An equal oppor†unity/affirma†ive action employer.

BEGINNING SERIALS LIBRARIAN, Catalog Department. August I, 1975. MLS accredited library school. Appointment will be as Visiting Instructor on one year appointment terminating June 30, 1976. Possibility exists for one year renewal beginning July I, 1976, but visiting Instruc- torship implies no institutional commitment to do so. Salary: $9,600 for 12-mo. contract. Librarians at University of Oregon have full faculty status. Nine month contract available. Write: H. W. Axford, University Librarian, University of Oregon, Eugene, OR 97403. An equal opportunity/affirmative action employer.

Subject Specialists

ART AND ARCHITECTURE LIBRARIAN responsible for development of collections in the area of art and architecture; oversees Architecture Library and provides research guidance and instruction in various areas of the Reference Department; performs other duties as assigned. Fifth-year degree in Library Science; second master's degree and/or some experience preferred; educational background in art, art history, and/or architecture. Salary: $890-$ 1,090/mo nth, depending on qualifications. Faculty appointment; excellent benefits. Send resume to Stephen R. Salmon, Director of Libraries, 3801 Cullen Blvd., Houston, Texas 77004. An equal opportunity employer.

ASSISTANT PROFESSOR. Teach in two areas, public libraries and reference. Master’s degree from ALA- accredited library school, Ph.D. or candidacy (preferably in Library Science), public library experience. Salary: Minimum $13,000 for 9 months. Begin August 19, 1975. Send resume to L. F. Stieg, Chairperson, Department of Library Science, Northern Illinois University, De Kalb, IL 60115. An equal opportunity/affirmative action employer.

GEOLOGY LIBRARIAN: Has responsibility for the operation of the Geology Library inc. coll, dev., ref. serv. etc. I cler. asst, plus p-t help. Qual. Req. MLS, 3 yrs. prof. lib. exp. pref. in subj. field; deg. in science, pref. geol. or related field. Salary: approx. $12,750 adj. to qual. 12 mo. acad. appt. with all faculty benefits. App. deadline: June I, 1975. Apply to: Raymond Bohling, Asst. Dir. for Admins., Univ. of Minn. Libraries, Minneapolis, MN 55455.

MINORITY PROGRAMS LIBRARIAN. Selection of ethnic studies materials in close cooperation with Ethnic Studies Program. Provide special services to ethnic minority and Educa†onal Opportunity Services (EOS) students, in the form of structured library instruction classes, seminars, library tours, individual student assistance, and innovative activities designed to encourage and facilitate ethnic minority students' use of the library. Develop individualized instruction projects for students through Study Skills Program. Compile and disseminate information and bibliographies on ethnic studies materials. Two to four work/s†udy students available for projects and assistance from EOS program. Responsible directly to the University Librarian. MLS from ALA-accredited library school. Background and experience in working with people of diverse ethnic cultural backgrounds and sensitive to needs of students from different educational backgrounds. Orientation to beliefs and needs of equal educational opportunity essential. Must be able to work independently and in unstructured situations. Salary: $9,- 360—$11,000 12 mo. contract. Faculty appointment on tenure track. Hospital/Medical benefits paid in part by employee. State retirement or TIAA-CREF. Apply to: H. William Axford, University Librarian, University of Oregon, Eugene, OR 97403. An equal opportunity employer.

SOCIAL SCIENCES BIBLIOGRAPHER. Responsible to Head, Bibliographic Development for the selection, development and review of collections in the areas of Afro- American Studies, Anthropology, Asian Studies, Geography, History, Political Science, Psychology and Puerto Rican Studies and for liaison with the appropriate faculty and students. Includes regular assignments at the Reference Desk. Minimum qualifications include MLS from ALA-accredited library school, at least 2 years appropriate library experience and advanced study in one of the Social Sciences, Master’s degree preferred. Salary: $ 11,869-$ 14,300. Available September I, 1975 contingent on Division of the Budget approval to fill the position. Apply by August I, 1975 to Ms. Jean Whalen, Personnel Librarian, State University of New York at Albany, University Libraries, 1400 Washington Avenue, Albany, New York 12222.

VETERINARY MEDICAL LIBRARIAN: Responsible for the management of the Vet. Med. Library inc. coll, dev., faculty liaison, ref. serv., supr. of I full-time asst., plus p-t help. Qual. required: MLS, Grad. deg. in biol. sciences, 3 yrs. prof. lib. exp. Prefer some foreign lang, skill; exp. with data base serv. & A-V materials; proven mgmt, ability. Salary: Aprox. $14,500 adj. to qual. 12 mo. acad. appt. with all faculty benefits. App. deadline: June I, 1975. Apply to: Raymond Bohling, Asst. Dir. of Admins., Univ. of Minn. Libraries, Minneapolis, MN 55455.

SPECIAL COLLECTIONS LIBRARIAN: Position open September, 1975. Instructor or assistant professor rank. Salary range: $10,000-$ 15,000. Responsibilities include selecting, cataloging and maintaining the university's special collections which encompass archives, rare and semi-valuable books and Pennsylvania materials. Some knowledge of U.S. documents and computer applications required. Three years applicable experience in humanities and social sciences with a foreign language proficiency required. Must relate well to people and be service orientated. MLS-ALA accredited school. Send resumes to Dr. Edward G. Wolf, Rhodes R. Stabley Library, Indiana University of Pennsylvania, Indiana, PA 15701, by July 31, 1975. An equal opportunity/affirmative action employer.

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