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POSITIONS OPEN

ACCESS SERVICES LIBRARIAN.Concordia University is seeking an energetic individual to serve in the newly created position of full-time Access Services Librarian. This position will be responsible for the day-today operations of circulation, reserve, interlibrary loan, serials check-in and processing, and document delivery programs. Responsibilities also include promoting and expanding ILL service and managing student assistants. Qualifications include MLS or MLIS from an ALA-accredited program, academic experience in an automated environment, excellent customer service skills, and a commitment to Lutheran education and values congruent with the Lutheran Church. Position includes one evening a week and weekend rotation. Concordia University is a Christian Institution, owned by The Lutheran Church-Missouri Synod. We offer an excellent benefits package, including health, dental, retirement, and tuition reimbursement. Minimum salary is $30,000. The position will remain open until aqualified candidate is found. For immediate consideration, please forward cover letter, resume, and three references to: Pam Chrusciel, Director of Human Resources, Concordia University, 7400 Augusta Street, River Forest, IL 60305; fax: (708) 209-3176; e-mail: resume@curf.edu. EOE/M/F.

ACQUISITIONS/ELECTRONIC RESOURCES LIBRARIAN.Eastern Washington University. The Acquisitions/Electronic Resources Librarian provides expertise and leadership for the Eastern Washington University Libraries in all aspects of acquisition, subscription, and licensing of library collections in all formats. Responsibilities: Plans, coordinates, monitors, and analyzes acquisition of all types and formats of library materials, including GPO publications and electronic resources; works with publishers, vendors, and other providers of information resources and continually evaluates products and services; provides fiscal management of collections expenditures; coordinates licensing of electronic resources; serves as liaison with the U.S. Superintendent of Documents and coordinates processing of GPO materials for a 64% depository; coordinates inclusion of electronic materials in online catalog; participates in management of a technical services unit of 12 full-time employees; and participates in training and evaluation of staff. Reports to Head of Collection Services Division (Circulation and Technical Senvices). Qualifications: Required: Master's degree in Library and Information Services from an ALA-accredited program; minimum three years’ professional experience in technical services functions in an academic or research library; demonstrated analytical, decision-making, problem-solving, and planning skills; effective written and oral communication skills; experience in acquisitions and/ or serials management, purchasing and licensing electronic resources, library fund accounting, and fiscal management in an automated technical services environment; knowledge of vendors of serial and monographic publications, database producers, aggregators, and sources of all formats of library materials; and knowledge of online library systems, bibliographic utilities, MARC formats, and emerging cataloging practice for electronic resources. Desired: Knowledge of Innovative Interfaces library system, OCLC, AACR, LCSH, LCCS, U.S. SuDocs depository requirements and classification, as well as second master’s or other relevant advanced degree. Salary/Appointment: Position available July 1, 2001. Twelve-month, tenure-track appointment at rank of Librarian II. Salary based on experience and in accordance with provisions of the faculty union contract. TIAA-CREF retirement program; comprehensive medical insurance; 24 days’ vacation and established holidays; generous.sick leave; assistance with moving expenses; support for professional development; and no state or local income taxes. Application: For complete description and requirementsand/ortoapplyforthis position, send letter of application, resume, and a list of at least three references to: Carol Raczykowski, Assistant to the Dean of Information Resources, Eastern Washington University Libraries, 816 F Street, Cheney, WA 99004-2453; e-mail: craczykowski @ mail.ewu.edu. Review of applications begins April 1,2001, and continues until position is filled. Eastern Washington University is an affirmative action, equal opportunity employer, and applications from members of historically underrepresented groups are especially encouraged. The successful candidate will be required to show proof of eligibility to work in the U.S. pursuant to U.S. immigration laws.

ASSOCIATE LIBRARY DIRECTOR OR LIBRARY DIRECTOR.Based on qualifications. Academic staff, 12-month appointment. Starting date not laterthan July 1, 2001. Duties: Direct university library services, operations, personnel, and budget under the direction of the Assistant Vice Chancellor for Information Services. Develop, coordinate, and evaluate library services, and collaborate with staff to best serve students and other members of the university community. Represent the library on appropriate committees. Required: ALA-accredited MLS degree. Library Director title requires five years of administrative and supervisory experience with increasing responsibility in an academic library, and Associate Library Director title requires three years of administrative and supervisory experience. Effective oral and written communication skills. Demonstrated skills in organization, planning, budgeting, and staff supervision, including a collegial leadership style. Willingness and enthusiasm to adopt new technologies and a strong commitment to diversity and service to students and others in the campus community. Understanding of issues related to library technology and knowledge of emerging trends in academic libraries. Preferred: Second master’s degree in an academic subject and assistant or associate library director experience. Successful experience with grant writing and other outside funding activities. Salary: Commensurate with qualifications and experience; Associate Library Director minimum $60,000, Library Director minimum $68,000. Attractive fringe benefits. Review of applications will begin on March31,2001. Send application letter detailing qualifications for the position, a current resume, and names, addresses, and phone numbers of three or more professional references to: Paul Moriarty, Chair, Search and Screen Committee, Elton S. Karrmann Library, University of Wisconsin-Platteville, 1 University Plaza, Platteville, Wl 53818-3099; e-mail: moriarty @ uwplatt.edu; telephone: (608) 342-1688; Web site: www.uwplatt.edu/~library. Affirmative action, equal opportunity employer. Women and persons of color are encouraged to apply. The names of nom inees and applicants who have not requested in writing that their identity be kept confidential, and of all finalists, will be released upon request.

AUTOMATION COORDINATOR.Califomia State University Dominguez Hills, Carson California. Tenure-track, Assistant Librarian rank. Responsibilities: Coordinates, plans, and implements overall Library Automation effort. Includes Online Public Access Catalog, CD-ROM network, Library Local Area Network, and all associated hardware and software. Works closely with library departments to assess their technology needs. Required qualifications: MLS from an ALA-accredited program; one-year experience in automation; strong interpersonal skills and communication skills; and ability to work in a multicultural, multiethnic environment. Desired qualifications: Experience in local area networks, operating systems, automation infrastructure, and equipment maintenance. Supervisory experience preferred. Salary: Low$40s. Applications will be reviewed beginning March 2001. Position will remain open until filled. Applications: Send application letter and resume to Sandra Parham, Acting Dean, University Library, California State University, Dominguez Hills, 1000 E. Victoria Street, Carson, CA 90747. Inquiries may also be sent to Gail Cook, Chair Search Committee, e-mail: gcook@csudh.edu. An equal opportunity, affirmative action, section 504, title IX employer.

BIBLIOGRAPHIC SERVICES COORDINATOR.The Library at California State University, Monterey Bay seeks a Coordinator to provide leadership in planning, organizing, and managing Bibliographic Services including acquisitions, serials, and cataloging. Responsible for development and implementation of the Library’s emerging electronic and print archival collections. Provides direction and new approaches for description and access to digital resources, including the Library’s extensive electronic journals collection. The Coordinator will also participate in reference and/or Information Competency instruction and may participate in collection development. For a full position description, please see: http://www.csumb.edu/general/fac-recruit/. CSU Monterey Bay is a highly collaborative and creative environment requiring a sincere commitment to advancing CSUMB’s academic goals, as identified in the University Vision Statement. Thisisa 12-month, tenure-track faculty appointment (position #MBBSC-0014) with a salary of $48,000. First consideration given to applications received by April 6, 2001. Apply to Recruitment/Office of Academic Personnel Services, California State University, Monterey Bay, 100 Campus Center, Seaside, CA 93955-8001; (831) 582-3569; fax: (831) 582-3811. E-mail applications are encouraged: faculty_recruitment @ monterey.edu.

CATALOG LIBRARIAN (ASSISTANT OR ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR).Southern Illinois University Edwardsville. Library and Information Services (LIS). Responsibilities: Performs original and complex adaptive cataloging of print and nonprint materials, including electronic resources as part of the OCLC CORC Project, according to AACR2-R, LCRI, LCSH,

MFHD, CONSER, and other relevant national standards. Develops comprehensive bibliographic descriptions, assigns subject headings and classification numbers according to Library of Congress practice, and inputs holdings into OCLC and DRA according to the MARC Format for Holdings Data. The incumbent will also participate in authority control and resolve inconsistencies in serials holdings. Participates in developing, documenting, and implementing cataloging policies and procedures. Term of Contract: Tenure-track, 12-month, continuing appointment. Professional rank and salary dependent upon credentials and experience, with a minimum salary of $40,000. Excellent fringe benefits program. More information is available at; http://www.siue.edu. Qualifications: ALA-accredited MLS degree, minimum of two years’ cataloging experience in an academic library utilizing LCSH and LCC; experience with OCLC or similar bibliographic utility; and experience with an automated integrated library system; excellent communicationand interpersonal skills; strong service orientation. Working knowledge of USMARC holdings format and experience with DRA preferred. University Environment: SIUE is 20 minutes northeast of St. Louis, Missouri. The University is situated on 2,600 acres of rolling land and woods along bluffs, a few miles from the Mississippi River. As a premier metropolitan university, SIUE is the first choice of a diverse pool of applicants and boasts a student body of more than 11,000. Applications: Initial review to begin March 1, 2001, and to remain open until position is filled. Send letter of application, resume, names, addresses, and phone numbers of three references to: Jay Starratt, Dean of LIS, Lovejoy Library, SIUE Box 1063, Edwardsville, IL62026-1063. As an affirmative action employer, Southern Illinois University Edwardsville offers equal employment opportunity without regard to race, color, creed or religion, age, sex, national origin, or disability. Applications from women and minority groups are especially encouraged.

CURRICULUM LIBRARIAN.Academic staff; 12-month appointment. Due to a retirement, starting date not later than July 1, 2001. Duties: Responsible for the day-to-day operation of the university's curriculum library, including reference service, collection development assistance, and user instruction to the School of Education; also, provide general reference desk service, including an evening and occasional weekend; assist in the selection of electronic and traditional resources and the design and content of subject Web pages; and participate in training and instruction which provides quality training to faculty, staff, and students. Reports to the Library Director. Required: Undergraduate degree in education and ALA-accredited MLS degree; three years of reference, collection development, and user instruction experience in an academic library or, preferably, in a school media center; and demonstrated knowledge of the field of teacher education and familiarity with PK-12teaching materials and an interest in children and young adult literature. Expected: Willingness and enthusiasm to adopt new technologies and abilityto work, teach, and communicate effectively, both orally and in writing, with students, faculty, and staff. Preferred: Graduate degree in Education or related field. Experience with grant writing. Salary: Commensurate with qualifications and experience; minimum $38,000. Attractive fringe benefits. Review of applications will begin on March 31, 2001. Send application letter detailing qualifications for the position, acurrent resume, and names, addresses, and phone numbers of three or more professional references to: Paul Moriarty, Chair, Search and Screen Committee, Elton S. Karrmann Library, University of Wisconsin-Platteville, 1 University Plaza, Platteville, Wl 53818-3099; e-mail: moriarty@ uwplatt.edu; telephone: (608)342-1688; Web site: www.uwplatt.edu/~library. Affirmative action, equal opportunity employer. Women and persons of color are encouraged to apply. The names of nominees and applicants who have not requested in writing that their identity be kept confidential, and of all finalists, will be released upon request.

DEAN OF UNIVERSITY LIBRARY.Southwest Baptist University. SBU offers graduate and undergraduate programs, is affiliated with the Missouri Baptist Convention, and isaccredited by the North Central Association. Candidates must have a MLS degree, an earned doctorate or doctorate in progress, appropriate administrative experience, excellent communication and interpersonal skills, a commitment to effective use of technology, and must be evangelical Christians who are active Southern Baptists. Foradditional information, consultthe posting at: http://falcon.sbuniv.edu/ about/jobs/htm. Twelve-month, facuIty tenure-track position with excellent benefits. Salary is negotiable. Review of applications begins immediately and will continue until the position is filled. Submit a resume and request an application ora letter of nomination to: Bing Bayer, Search Committee Chair, Southwest Baptist University, 1600 University Avenue, Bolivar, MO 65613.

DIRECTOR OF ACADEMIC RESOURCES.The Director of Academic Resources has responsibility for development and delivery of the College’s information resources. The Director will work with faculty, staff, consultants, and user groups to develop and implement a strategic plan to deliver information resources to Champlain’s Burlington campus, as well as international and online campuses. Such a plan would reflect the College’s commitment to develop and maintain both traditional and electronic library materials and would support the College’s emphasis on being a leader in technology and online education. The Director provides effective leadership of personnel; administers library operations, planning, and budgeting; leads a collaborative effort to strengthen cooperation between academic programs and the library; monitors user satisfaction and plans for service improvements, including an increased use of information resources across the curriculum; provides leadership in developing instructional programs. Requirements: MLS from an ALA-accredfted institution or foreign equivalent; experience in developing collections and managing a large, technologically integrated facility; substantial administrative experience in an academic library with increasing levels of responsibility; demonstrated commitment to academic excellence and collaborative and organizational strengths, knowledge of emerging technologies, and trends in the profession; and strong communication and interpersonal skills. Second advanced degree or substantial experience in an academic environment preferred. Champlain College is a private, four-year college with 25 career-oriented majors, 1,400 full-time students, and more than 300 faculty and staff. Champlain is located in picturesque Burlington, Vermont, overlooking Lake Champlain. It is part of a rapidly growing urban area of 125,000, offering exceptional cultural and recreational opportunities. To Apply: Send resume, letter of interest, and list of three references by March 16, 2001, to: Human Resources, Champlain College, P.O. Box 670, Burlington, VT 054020670; e-mail: hr@champlain.edu; or fax: (802) 860-2772. Equal opportunity employer.

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DIRECTOR OF LIBRARIES.The University of Missouri-Columbia (MU) invites nominations and applications for the position of Director of Libraries. The MU Libraries include Ellis Library, six branch libraries, and the University Archives, with cumulative collections of approximately 3 million volumes, 6.7 million microforms, 20,500 serials subscriptions, and a large and increasing collection of electronic resources. This is a major academic and research library serving a student body of 23,280 and a faculty of 2,451, and which circulates over 600,000 items annually and provides more than 70,000 items per year through document delivery and interlibrary loan. In 1999-2000, the MU Libraries had more than 160,000 reference and directional transactions and provided over 700 instructions sessions to approximately 11,000 participants. The MU Libraries benefit from the cooperative effort of an on-campus ALA-accredited graduate program in Information Science and Learning Technologies. The MU Libraries are part of a four-campus library structure within the University of Missouri, one that has worked cooperatively for over two decades to provide service to everyone within the University and also to the citizens of Missouri. The Libraries of the four campuses and Saint Louis University share the MERLIN library system, using Innovative Interfaces, Inc. (III). Ill also is the common library platform for MOBIUS, a consortium of 50 academic libraries in Missouri. The MU Libraries are a member of the Association of Research Libraries, the Big Twelve Plus Library Consortium, and a full participant in OCLC. This is a period of dynamic development for the MU Libraries: The acquisitions budget has been increased significantly during the past decade and plans are in progress for the expansion of Ellis Library and the branch libraries. The Director of Libraries reports to the Provost, holds membership on the Council of Deans and has responsibility for administration, management, recruitment and hiring, staff development, budgeting, development and maintenance of the collections, planning and fund-raising forthe Libraries. The Director works closely with the Assistant Vice Chancellorfor Computing to capitalize on opportunities provided by new technologies. Candidates for this position must possess, at minimum: a master’s degree from an ALA-accredited program and significant management experience in an academic research library setting. A doctoral degree is desirable but not required. Preference will be given to candidates with the following qualifications: demonstrated commitment to excellence in providing enhanced services and in blending new technologies with traditional collections and services; proven visionary leadership and collegial management skills; an understanding of the major challenges and opportunities facing academic research libraries; the ability to communicate effectively with diverse constituencies; experience in a multicampus library system and/or consortial environment; experience with information technologies and networked information; a record of success in fund-raising and pursuing grants; experience in handling concurrent projects: building construction/renovation, digitizing/expanding preservation efforts, fund-raising campaigns; demonstrated commitment to affirmative action, equal opportunity, and diversity; scholarly accomplishment in librarianship or another discipline; interest in sustaining cooperative efforts in library education. The salary will be commensurate with qualifications and experience. Send all applications and nominations to: Peter Markie, Vice Provost for Undergraduate Studies, University of Mis-souri-Columbia, 111 Jesse Hall, Columbia, MO 65211 -1090; phone: (573) 882-6598; fax: (573) 882-0080; e-mail: markiep @ missouri.edu. Review of applications and nominations will begin March 23, 2001, and continue until the position isfilled. Applications should include a vita, e-mail address, names, addresses, and telephone numbers of at least four references, and acover letterthat identifies how personal and professional strengths would match the qualifications of the position. References provided will not be contacted withoutf irst obtaining the applicants permission. MU encourages applications from women, minorities, and Vietnam-era veterans and is an affirmative action, equal opportunity employer. The institution complies with guidelines set forth by the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990.

DIRECTOR OF PUBLIC SERVICES. Hunter Library, Western Carolina University. Hunter Library is seeking an innovative librarian to lead its reference, instruction, electronic information access, circulation, and document delivery services. Hunter Library is aggressively meeting the opportunities and challenges that confront academic libraries today. This position is a member of the managementteam that supports an environment in which delivery of quality service isthe pre-eminent shared value; effectively communicates to the campus the librarys vision of its role in teaching and learning; maintains a cooperative and consultative environment within the library as well as with the rest of the university; and does effective strategic planning, policy development, and budgeting. The Director of Public Services is responsible for management of the services listed above, including strategic and tactical planning, policy development, and budgeting. The Director participates in reference staffing (including evenings and weekends), bibliographic instruction, and also serves as a subject liaison to at least one academic department. The Director of Public Services reports to the University Librarian. Qualifications: Required: A LA-accredited MLS and five years of reference experience which demonstrate a strong commitmentto customer-oriented service; experience in teaching and assisting in the use of the full range of printed and electronic reference sources and online services; and the ability to work collegially and communicate effectively with internal and external constituencies. Strongly Preferred: Demonstrated un derstanding of the application of computer technology in reference and circulation services; demonstrated capacity to lead and manage professional and support staff ; and the ability to organize and complete projects. Located in one of the major outdoor recreational areas in the Southeast, Western Carolina University is situated between the Great Smoky Mountains and the Blue Ridge Mountains. While in a rural setting, the university is only one hour from Asheville, North Carolina, and three hours from Atlanta. This is a 12-month, faculty-rank, tenure-track position. Salary and academic rank are commensurate with qualifications. Review of applications will begin immediately. Candidates are encouraged to apply as soon as possible to receive full consideration. Position available July 1, 2001. Please send a letter of application, resume, and names and phone numbers of three references to: Clarissa Fisher, Hunter Library, Western Carolina University, Cullowhee, NC 28723. Western Carolina University is one of the 16 senior institutions of the University of North Carolina and is an affirmative action, equal opportunity employer. For an expanded position description, see: http://www.wcu.edu/library/about/administration/ jobs/dps.

EAST ASIAN STUDIES LIBRARIAN.Indiana University Libraries, Bloomington. The Librarian for East Asian Studies serves as the interdisciplinary collection and public services specialist for the countries comprising East Asia (China, Japan, Korea, Taiwan, and Hong Kong). Has liaison responsibility to the East Asian Languages and Cultures (EALC) department and the East Asian Studies Center(EASC), serving a constituency of 30 faculty, 45 graduate students, 60 undergraduate majors, and 40 double majors as well as almost 500 students who take 15 credits or more in East Asian Studies. This position supports Ph.D.’s in Chinese and Japanese as well as a Ph.D. minor in East Asian Studies. The incumbent oversees the development and preservation of a collection of 200,000 volumes in the vernacular languages (Chinese, Japanese, and KoreanCJK) as well as some 800 journal and newspaper subscriptions, managing a base collection budget of about $110,000. Selects materials in Chinese, Japanese, and Korean, working closely with five staff in Technical Services who order and catalog these materials. Serves as a resource to other bibliographers who acquire materials related to East Asian Studies in English or other non-CJK languages to ensure that needs of all users are met. Participates in national and international resource-sharing projects to highlight lU’s collection strengths. Provides advanced reference service in East Asian Studies, prepares collection and resource guides, oversees Web site, makes determinations about materials to transfer to off-site shelving, and recommends digital projects. Maintains collections budget and develops external funding opportunities including gifts and exchanges. Promotes Indiana University’s East Asian library resources locally, regionally, nationally, and internationally to encourage their use and recognition, including assisting visiting scholars. Participates in relevant professional associations. With appropriate credentials, has appointment as adjunct faculty to EALC department, teaching courses in scholarly information and bibliography or other areas of expertise. Qualifications: Required: ALA-accredited master's degree in library or information science with graduate work in East Asian studies or equivalent combination of education and experience in an academic environment. Understanding of the information needs of scholars and the application of information technologies within the research environment. Fluency in Chinese or Japanese with reading knowledge of the other language in addition to bibliographic proficiency in Korean. Knowledge of the Asian language book trade and publishing trends. Good English-language oral and written communication skills. Proven ability to work independently and collegially in a complex, rapidly changing, and culturally diverse environment. Ability to meet the requirements of a tenure-track appointment. Preferred: Second advanced degree with a focus on East Asia. Experience in collection development and management. Experience in teaching or bibliographic instruction. Experience with CJK records and related technical expertise. Salary and Benefits: Salary and rank are negotiable and competitive dependent upon qualifications and experience. This is a tenure-track academic appointment that includes eligibility for sabbatical leaves. Benefits include a university health care plan, TIAACREF retirement/annuity plan, group life insurance, and liberal vacation and sick leave. To Apply: Review of applications will begin on March 5, 2001. The position will remain open until filled. Send letter of application, professional vita, and the names, addresses, and phone numbers of four references to: Yolanda Cooper-Birdine, Libraries Human Resources Officer, Indiana University Libraries, Main Library 201 A, Bloomington, IN 47405; phone: (812) 855-8196; fax: (812) 855-2576; e-mail: ycooperb@indiana.edu. Forfurther information concerning Indiana University: http://www.iub.edu; or employment opportunities at the IUB Libraries: http://www.indiana.edu/~libpers. Indiana University is an affirmative action, equal opportunity employer.

ELECTRONIC ACCESS/SERIALS LIBRARIAN.Tenure-track (ninemonth) position available at the instructor/assistant professor rank. The Library seeks a creative, future-oriented, flexible individual who is experienced in an integrated online academic environment to plan, develop standards for, implement, and evaluate access to electronic journals and print subscriptions. The individual will be responsible for monitoring trends in serials, electronic publishing, copyright, and licensing. Must be knowledgeable about current standards and practices in acquisitions and cataloging, including the integration of both individual and aggregate collections of Web-based resources into the library database. She/he will coordinate the serials review process with the collection development coordinator and evaluate potential electronic subscriptions. The successful candidate will be responsible for creating metadata records for all electronic serials using OCLC, MARC, LCSH, and LC as well as acquiring library materials utilizing the Voyager Acquisitions Module, vendor Web-based databases, and the local automated purchasing system. Information Services activities include proactive, innovative participation in developing methods to ensure that the library serials collection will meet the needs of the campus community, remote users, and consortial constituencies with special emphasis on distributed education. Participation in reference rotation and liaison activities with academic departments as designated will also be an aspect of this position. The complete position description is posted at: www.sru.edu/depts/library/ libhome.htm. Required: ALA-accredited MLS. Proven serials cataloging experience utilizing an online integrated library system, AACR2, LC, LCSH, OCLC. Knowledge of MARC formats for bibliographic and holdings data; experience with all aspects of electronic journals; experience with and/or study of metadata standards; outstanding analytical and problem-solving skills for initiating strategic plans and carrying out projects; skills in fostering a cooperative work environment and managing a rapidly changing environment. Preferred: Academic library experience; supervisory experience; reference and instructional experience; experience with cataloging and acquisitions modules of Voyager; experience with and/or study of metadata standards, Web page creation; experience writing reports with a relational database. Successful performance in an on-campus interview, including a presentation and excellent written and oral communication skills required. Perceived ability to work productively with students and colleagues required. Send letter of application, resume, graduate and undergraduate transcripts (official transcripts will be necessary before hiring), and the names, addresses, and phone numbers of three references (one of whom must be a current or previous supervisor) to: Lynn Hoffmann, Chairperson, Electronic Access/Serials Librarian Search Committee, Bailey Library, Slippery Rock University, Slippery Rock, PA 16057; lynn.hoffmann@sru.edu; phone: (724) 738-2666; fax: (724) 738-2661. Review of applications will begin March 5,2001, and continue until position is filled. Slippery Rock University of Pennsylvania is a member of the State System of Higher Education and is an affirmative action, equal opportunity employer building a diverse academic community and enourages minorities, women, veterans, and persons with disabilities to apply. You can learn more about us on our Web page at: www.sru.edu.

HEAD LIBRARIAN FOR TECHNICAL SERVICES.Does being a faculty member in a vibrant, user-focused, team-managed library sound like what you’re looking for? Are you creative, flexible, innovative, and have a sense of humor? Do you have a sense of the need for cooperation between Technical Servicesand Public Services? Does a position that encourages and supports professional confidence and self-renewing learning attract you? Owens Library is looking for an experienced Technical Services leader who can help us migrate to a new automated system and a statewide platform. This person will lead and empower a wide range of support staff; provide professional guidance and mentoring for technical services, periodicals, archives, and government documents; serve as an active member of the Leadership Team; and share expertise with the Collection Management team to assist in decision making for library materials purchases. You will have an ALA-accredited MLS with at least five years of relevant experience and posseses knowledge of the Superintendent of Documents, Dewey Decimal, and Library of Congress classifications systems, Anglo-American cataloging rules, MARC formats, and use of OCLC for cataloging and authority work. You should be computer adept and software savvy with demonstrated experience in automated library technical services operations. You will have strong communication, management, interpersonal, and problem-solving skills. Review of applications will begin on April 2, 2001. The position is available July 2, 2001, with 24 days of vacation annually; 16 days of sick leave; non-tenure faculty status; 12-month contract; and an annual salary of $38,000 to $39,500. If interviewed, a presentation will be expected. For further information about Owens Library, check out our Web site at: http://www.nwmissouri.edu/library/. Submit a letter, resume, unofficial transcripts, and the names, addresses, telephone numbers, and e-mail addresses of three current references to: Vicki Wainscott, Chair of Search Committee, Owens Library, Northwest Missouri State University, Maryville, MO 64468; e-mail: vickiw @ mail.nwmissouri.edu. Northwest is an equal opportunity employer and encourages women and minorities to apply.

HEAD OF PUBLIC SERVICES.The Lydia M. Olson Library at Northern Michigan University seeks applicants for a Head of Public Services. We are seeking a versatile and dynamic person to lead library Public Services in aThinkpad® University environment-the first public university in Michigan to embark on a “laptop campus” initiative. This position administers the Public Services of Olson Library, which include the planning and supervision of staff and activities of Circulation, Interlibrary Loan, Reserves, Reference, Library Instruction, Reference Computer Services, Research Support Services, Documents and Maps, and Library Distance Education Services; provides reference and instruction as needed; and serves as a resource person to all Public Services units. Qualifications: ALA-accredited master’s degree; three to five years of academic (college- or university-affiliated) library experience in at least one Public Services area; experience in coordinating and supervising Public Services such as Interlibrary Loan, Circulation, Reference, Library Instruction, Reference Computer Services, or Documents and Maps; reference and classroom instruction experience; demonstrated ability to work effectively with faculty, students, and colleagues; effective oral and written communication skills. A second master’s degree is highly desirable. This is a full-time, 12-month tenure-track faculty appointment at the Assistant Professor level. Salary will be competitive and commensurate with experience and qualifications. Send letter of application with résumé, transcripts, and names of at least three references to: Search Committee, Lydia M. Olson Library, Northern Michigan University, 1401 Presque Isle Avenue, Marquette, Ml 49855. Letters of application must address applicant’s qualifications and experience with respect to this position. Applicant review begins April 16, 2001, and continues until the position is filled. NMU is an equal opportunity, affirmative action employer and is strongly committed to increasing the diversity of its faculty.

HEAD OF THE SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY LIBRARY.The University of Akron Libraries invites applications for the position of Head of the Science and Technology Library. University Libraries seeks an experienced librarian to provide leadership and direction for the Science and Technology Library. The Science and Technology Library (S and T) is located in the Auburn Science and Engineering Center and supports the programs of allied health, biology, chemistry, computer science, engineering, geology, mathematics, nursing, physics, and polymer science. The S and T Library is involved in a $3.7 million expansion and renovation project slated for completion in spring 2002. This position will play a significant role in the implementation of the new facility. Responsibilities: The Head of the Science and Technology Library must provide clear vision and strong leadership and reports directly to the Dean of University Libraries. As a Department Head, the successful candidate will actively participate in the overall management of the University Libraries and in state and national groups as appropriate. He/she must effectively manage, administer, and supervise daily operation of the library, which includes four support staff and five professional librarians who are involved in reference service, collection development, and classroom instruction. The successful candidate must be an advocate for library users and library initiatives and play an active role in library wide planning, development, and delivery of services and resources. University and Community: The University of Akron (UA) is the third-largest state-assisted university in Ohio. UA's 10 academic colleges offer 24,000 students more than 300 undergraduate and master’s degree programs and options, 17 doctoral degree programs, and four law degree programs. University Libraries is a founding member and active participant in OhioLINK, a consortium of 79 college and university libraries in Ohio. Located in a metropolitan area of 500,000 people 30 miles south of Cleveland, The University of Akron (www.uakron.edu) has the advantages of city life and combines them with the area’s exceptional natural resources. Qualifications: Required: ALA-accredited master’s degree in library and/or information science; five years' relevant, increasingly responsible library experience; demonstrated success in supervising fulltime employees and in leadership; excellent interpersonal, communication, and organizational skills; strong service orientation; the ability to work creatively in a challenging and rapidly changing environment; willingness to work a flexible schedule if needed; experience with current information technologies and knowledge of emerging trends. Preferred: Experience in a wide range of library functions including access services, collection development, information literacy, project management, and library renovation; a graduate or undergraduate degree in science, technology, or engineering; experience in an academic or special library focusing on science; a second master’s degree; demonstrated potential to meet the Libraries’ tenure and promotion requirements; a record of increasing professional contribution and achievement in professional associations and/or publications. Salary/Appointment/Benefits: Minimum salary of $45,000 for a 12-month tenure-track appointment with full faculty status and responsibilities. Rank and salary commensurate with qualifications and experience. Excellent benefits, including 22 annual vacation days, excellent health and retirement plans, professional development support and tuition fee remission for self and immediate family. To Apply: Please send letter of application specifically addressing qualifications for the position; current vitae or resume; names, addresses, telephone numbers, and e-mail addresses of three references to: Delmus E. Williams, Dean of University Libraries, The University of Akron, Akron, OH 44325-1701. Review of applications will begin March 15, 2001, and will continue until position is filled. The University of Akron is an equal education and employment institution.

HEAD, SERIALS SERVICES.University of West Florida Library. Available June 1, 2001. Reports to Associate Director of University Libraries. Responsibilities include managing all functions of the Serials unit, including acquisitions, cataloging, collection development, collection maintenance, and public services related to both print and electronic serials collections; supervising staff of approximately five para professionals plus student assistants; overseeing all fiscal responsibilities relating to serials; coordinating serials services with other library units; recommending goals, objectives, policy, and budget related to all aspects of serials services; developing plans and reports related to serials; participating in library cataloging activities; serving as the principal library contact with serials vendors; interpreting serials policies and serving as liaison to patrons, faculty, and staff; and nurturing a service-oriented environment. Qualifications: Required: MLS from an ALA-accredited program; successful management and supervisory experience; knowledge of, or interest in learning, serials cataloging and serials operations; awareness of basic cataloging tools; ability to work effectively and enthusiastically in a service-oriented, computer-intensive environment; a strong commitment to service and teamwork; effective communication and problem-solving skills; and successful experience with library automation. Preferred: Experience in an academic or research library, preferably relating to serials; ability to provide leadership in a continual process of technological advancement; and knowledge of and interest in the creative use of technology in delivering serials services. Salary: $36,000 minimum, commensurate with experience. Closing Date: April 13, 2001. Benefits: Faculty status (non-tenure-earning), 22 days’ vacation, 13 days' sick leave, partially paid health insurance, optional retirement systems, no state or local income taxes. Environment: The University of West Florida, one of 10 institutions in the State University System, is located on a 1,000-acre nature preserve adjacent to the city of Pensacola. The library serves over 8,000 students, with a collection of over 600,000volumes and 3,000 serials subscriptions and numerous electronic databases. Staff includes 16 librarians and 27 support personnel. See our homepage for additional information: http://library.uwf.edu. Application Procedure: Send a letter of application, resume, and names, mail and e-mail addresses, telephone numbers (fax numbers if available) of three references to: Peggy Toifel, Chair, Serials Search Committee, John C. Pace Library, University of West Florida, 11000 University Parkway, Pensacola, FL 32514-5750. An equal opportunity/access, affirmative action employer.

INFORMATION AND COMPUTER LITERACY INSTRUCTOR.State University of New York College at Cortland, Memorial Library. Reporting to the Coordinator of Instruction, this person will participate in the development and teaching of coursework that introduces students to basic information and computer literacy skills and teaching courses in the Computer Applications Minor Program; will work closely with the College community to develop a campuswide program of information technology services and resources; daytime reference service is a part of this position. Required Qualifications: ALAaccredited MLSorother appropriate master's degree and teaching or training experience; demonstrated knowledge of and experience with Windows and/or Macintosh computing environments; Internet and Internet access tools; expertise in word processing, database software, spreadsheets, and presentation software. Expertise and knowledge in programming languages preferred, especially Visual Basic and/or JAVA. Review of applications will begin immediately and continue until the position is filled. Projected start date is June 1, 2001. Rank and salary commensurate with experience. Submit letter, resume, and the names, addresses, and phone numbers of five references to: Gail Wood, Director of Libraries, SUNY Cortland, P.O. Box 2000, Cortland, NY 13045. SUNY Cortland is an AA/EEO/ADA employer. We have a strong commitment to the affirmation of diversity and have interdisciplinary degree programs in the areas of multicultural studies.

INSTRUCTIONAL TECHNOLOGY LIBRARIAN.Morehead State University seeks a bright, self-motivated, and technology-sawy individual to fill the position of Instructional Technology Librarian. The successful candidate will be hired at the rank of Librarian I. Responsibilities: Assists with the development, implementation, and assessment of electronic instructional resources including Web-based tutorials and online library guides; oversees operation of Learning Technology Lab, providing assistance to students and faculty in development of multimedia products; and participates in reference service, bibliographic instruction, and collection development. Qualifications: MLS from an ALA-accredited institution by appointment date; experience in the use of PCs, presentation software, Web page authoring software, and multimedia-related equipment; advanced knowledge of Web technologies; ability to work well with faculty, students, and colleagues; and excellent written and oral communication skills. Desired Qualifications: Training and experience in instructional technology and design; expertise using Microsoft Office 2000 software; experience with other software such as Abobe Photoshop, Acrobat, Exchange Premiere, and scanning software including graphics and OCR; demonstrated time-management and organizational skills; and experience in a public services area of an academic library. Review of applications will begin April 13, 2001, and will continue until position is filled. To apply, submit a letter of application, resume, and three references to: Office of Human Resources, Attn: Instructional Technology Librarian #582, Morehead State University, HM 101, Morehead, KY 40351. MSU is an equal opportunity, affirmative action employer.

PRODUCT CONSULTANT. Online Computer Library Center, Inc. (OCLC)is an innovative, high-tech library computer services and research organization that creates state-of-the-art online services and software used by more than 38,000 libraries in 76 countries and territories around the world. We are currently seeking a MARS Product Consultant for our beautiful Lacey, Washington location. You will act as lead account manager for MARS (MARC Record Service) authority control, database conversion, record enrichment, and updating services by creating sales opportunities and assisting in pricing formulation, planning, and policy. Since MARS is a flexible and comprehensive product that accommodates the needs of every type of library, you will contact large research institutions and smaller public or special libraries. The selected candidate must posses a bachelor’s degree in Marketing, Business, and/or Sales; an MLS from an ALAaccredited library school; marketing experience, preferably 2-5 years in the library market; and excellent verbal and written communication skills. For consideration, please submit your résumé with salary requirements—indicating Job Code 03-001 —to: OCLC, Corporate Human Resources, 6565 Frantz Road, Dublin, OH 43017-3395; jobline: (614) 764-6060 or (800) 848-5878 ext. 6060; fax:(614) 7985718; e-mail: jobs@oclc.org; or complete the OCLC Employment Application online. Please access our Web site for more information at: www.oclc.org. OCLC is an equal opportunity employer and is actively seeking minority candidates for these positions.

REFERENCE LIBRARIAN I.Concordia University is seeking an energetic individual to serve as a full time Reference Librarian. Responsibilities include assisting students, faculty, and staff with library resources, developing library services for remote users, staffing the reference desk, and serving as a faculty liaison. Qualifications include MLS, MLIS, or equivalent degree (second master’s in Education or Psychology preferred), experience with electronic resources (ERIC is a must), academic library experience, and a commitment to Lutheran education and values congruent with the Lutheran Church. Excellent customer service skills are a must. Position includes one evening a week and weekend rotation. Concordia University is a Christian institution, owned by The Lutheran Church-Missouri Synod. We offer an excellent benefits package, including health, dental, retirement, and tuition reimbursement. Minimum salary is$30,000. The position will remain open until a qualified candidate is found. For immediate consideration, please forward cover letter, resume, and three references to: Pam Chrusciel, Director of Human Resources, Concordia University, 7400 Augusta Street, River Forest, IL60305; fax: (708)209-3176; e-mail: resume@curf.edu. EOE/M/F.

REFERENCE LIBRARIAN.Montgomery College. To promote and support student learning, it is the responsibility of the reference library faculty to provide and disseminate information services in support of the college’s mission. Reference services may include developing, creating, or improving access to a variety of resources and services or acquiring instructional materials. Requirements: Master’s degree in library science from an ALA-accredited institution; teaching or training experience preferred; reference experience using electronic and print resources; demonstrated competence with HTML and productivity software; strong institutional service orientation including demonstrated experience with diverse populations; excellent written and oral communication skills; ability to teach and work collaboratively in a multicultural, user-oriented environment. Review of application material begins February 26, 2001, and will remain open until filled. Submit a cover letter addressing qualifications for the position, resume, names, addresses, and telephone numbers of five job-related references plus copies of transcripts to: North Harris Montgomery Community College District, Human Resources, 250 N. Sam Houston Parkway East, Houston, TX 77060; e-mail: jobs@nhmccd.edu; fax: (281) 260-3186. For consideration, reference #40247-CRL must be included in the cover letter. For more information, visit our Web site: http://job.nhmccd.edu. Finalists will be asked to submit a detailed professional portfolio for Montgomery College positions. Information on portfolio content is located at: http:// job.nhmccd.edu/. Interviewees will be selected from the list of finalists submitting portfolios. The interview will include an interactive teaching demonstration. Affirmative action, equal opportunity employer.

REFERENCE/INSTRUCTION LIBRARIAN. Carleton Collegeseeks an intelligent, creative, energetic, and outgoing reference librarian with a strong background in either the humanities or sciences. Top salary paid for top talent. Excellent fringe benefits package. Applications must be received by April 2, 2001. Starting date: July 2001. For a position description and application procedures, see: http://www.carleton.edu/campus/HR/library.html.

REFERENCE/INSTRUCTIONAL LIBRARIAN.North Harris College Library recently opened its new 40,000-square-foot facility featuring two instructional computer labs. The successful candidate will participate in a user-focused team that develops, delivers, and promotes library instruction programs including but not limited to vocational and nontraditional learning courses and develop programs that promote library services to a diverse community of learners. Requirements: Master’s degree in library science from an ALA-accredited institution; teaching or training experience preferred; reference experience using electronic and print resources; demonstrated competence with HTML and productivity software; strong institutional service orientation; excellent written and oral communication skills; ability to teach and work collaboratively in a multicultural, user-oriented environment. Review of application material begins February 26,2001, and will remain open until filled. Submit a cover letter addressing qualifications for the position, résumé, names, addresses, and telephone numbers of five job-related references, plus copies of transcripts to: North Harris Montgomery Community College District, Human Resources, 250 N. Sam Houston Parkway E., Houston, TX 77060; or e-mail: jobs @ nhmccd.edu; or fax to: (281) 260-3186. For consideration, reference #10347-CL must be included in the cover letter. For more information, visit our Web site at: http://job.nhmccd.edu. AA/EOE.

REFERENCE/INSTRUCTIONAL SERVICES LIBRARIAN.Taylor University (Upland, Indiana) is seeking a librarian with the ability and desire to provide creative, enthusiastic reference and instructional services. This person will coordinate user education through a variety of settings and methods. He/she will demonstrate proficiency in the use of reference and research tools, as well as the use of the Internet for reference and instructional purposes; teach in traditional classroom settings and other contexts with a bent toward creativity; employ advanced skills in computer, especially Web-based, applications; work collegially with other library faculty; and profess and practice the integration of a personal Christian world-view with professional librarianship in the context of a Christian liberal arts college. An MLS degree (or equivalent) from an ALA-accredited program is required. A second master’s degree (or a commitment to obtain one) is also required. Candidates should have prior employment experience in an academic library and instructional experience within a library context. Excellent interpersonal and communication skills are requisite. Candidates must be able to commit unreservedly to the educational mission and evangelical Christian orientation of the University. This position holds faculty status, is designated as tenure-track, and is currently open. Rank and salary are dependent upon qualifications and experience. Taylor University complies with federal and state guidelines for nondiscrimination in employment. A complete position announcement is available at: www.tayloru.edu/upland/campus/jobs/faculty/library12-29-00.html. Inquiries, credentials, and supporting materials should be addressed to: Dwight Jessup, Vice President for Academic Affairs, Taylor University, 236 W. Reade Avenue, Upland, IN 46989-1001.

REFERENCE/SCIENCE LIBRARIAN.Academic staff; 12-month appointment. Due to a retirement, starting date not later than July 1,2001. Duties: Serve as library liaison to the College of Engineering, Mathematics, and Science and the Industrial Studies Department and provide appropriate collection development and user instruction assistance; responsible for providing reference desk sen/ice, including an evening and occasional weekend; assist in the selection of electronic and traditional resources and the design and content of subject Web pages; participate in training and instruction which provides quality training to faculty, staff, and students. Reports to the Library Director. Required: ALA-accredited MLS degree; demonstrated knowledge of Internet use and the effective use of print and electronic resources in the sciences, especially engineering, chemistry, and physics. Expected: Willingness and enthusiasm to adopt new technologies and ability to work, teach, and communicate effectively, both orally and in writing, with students, faculty, and staff; commitment to public services. Preferred: Undergraduate degree in engineering, chemistry, or physics and two years’ experience in an academic library; however, recent graduates are encouraged to apply. Salary: Commensurate with qualifications and experience; minimum $34,000. Attractive fringe benefits. Review of applications will begin on March 31, 2001. Send application letter detailing qualifications for the position, a current résumé, and names, addresses, and phone numbers of three or more professional references to: Paul Moriarty, Chair, Search and Screen Committee, Elton S. Karrmann Library, University of Wisconsin-Platteville, 1 University Plaza, Platteville, Wl 53818-3099; email: moriarty@uwplatt.edu; telephone: (608) 342-1688; Web site: www.uwplatt.edu/~library. Affirmative action, equal opportunity employer. Women and persons of color are encouraged to apply. The names of nominees and applicants who have not requested in writing that their identity be kept confidential, and of all finalists, will be released upon request.

TENURE-TRACK LIBRARY FACULTY POSITION.San Francisco State University invites applications for a tenure-track library faculty position in the J. Paul Leonard Library beginning August 6, 2001. The successful candidate will be expected to fulfill a combination of responsibilities in the areas of instruction, reference, collection development, and liaison work with discipline-based faculty. Primary subject responsibilities in the biological sciences and health sciences. Librarians have full faculty status. Appointment is expected to be at the rank of Senior Assistant Librarian with a minimum salary of $46,488. As faculty, librarians are expected to meet faculty requirements for tenure and promotion. Tenure is normally granted with seventh-year reappointment. Required Qualifications: ALA-accredited master’s in Library and Information Science. Academic background and/or professional experience in the biological sciences and/or health sciences. Ability to provide research advice and instruction at a general reference desk on the use of print and electronic resources, including government sources. Working knowledge of new and emergingtechnologies and familiarity with their impact on higher education and research. Ability to work independently and as a member or leader of a team. Ability to work effectively with culturally diverse campus constituency. Excellent oral and written communication skills. Strong service ethic. Able to work evenings and weekends. Desired Qualifications: At least one year professional post-MLS academic library experience with instruction and reference responsibilities. Experience and demonstrated knowledge in the teaching of electronic resources, including Internet/World Wide Web-based resources and understanding of the issues related to their delivery and access. Knowledge and experience with collection development and management of print and electronic resources supporting university curricula. Potential to support other subjectareas. Experience with Web development and/or management. Information about the J. Paul Leonard Library, and an enhanced position description, are available at: www.library.sfsu.edu. San Francisco State University, a member of the California State University system, serves a diverse student body of27,000 undergraduate and graduate students. The mission of the University is to promote scholarship, freedom, human diversity, excellence in instruction, and intellectual accomplishment. SFSU faculty are expected to be effective teachers and demonstrate professional achievement and growth through continued research, publications, and/or creative activities. Application Procedure: Review of applications will begin April 2, 2001 and continue until the position is filled. Candidates should submit a letter of application, resume, and the names, postal and e-mail addresses, and telephone numbers of three references to: Pam Kullberg, Personnel Coordinator, J. Paul Leonard Library, San Francisco State University, 1630 Holloway Avenue, San Francisco, CA94132-4030. San Francisco State University is an affirmative action, equal opportunity employer. Minorities, women, and persons with disabilities are encouraged to apply.

WEB ADMINISTRATOR.Position Number: 010Y2M. Indiana University Bloomington. Under the direction of the Director of Library Information Technology Services, and inconsultation with the Associate Deans, serves as the lead Web architect; coordinates the development and implementation of a usability plan for the IUB Libraries Web site; oversees and implements the redesign of the current Web site utilizing recommendations of usability and Web architecture consultants reports; monitors and implements appropriate changes in Web technology and software in cooperation with technical support staff; heads the Web Policy Committee and the Web Working Team; represents the libraries in appropriate University and national groups and committees; coordinatestraining of staff in the use of Web development tools to support a decentralized network of Web developers; carries out new projects as appropriate. Qualifications: Required: MLS/MIS or equivalent experience and education; knowledge of Web architecture principles with understanding of graphic design elements; project management/leadership skills; experience in building databasebacked dynamic Web sites; collaborative/consensus-building skills; sophisticated understanding of the role of technology in provision of information resources/services; advanced HTML; excellent verbal and written communication skills; strong organizational skills; creativity; userfocus; problem-solving skills. Preferred: Working knowledge of some combination of UNIX, CGI, Perl, Script, Java, SGML, and XML; knowledge of Web accessibility/usability norms and guidelines; experience with and understanding of a research environment and academic electronic resources, library services, and databases. Please include a letter of application, a professional vita, and names, addresses, and phone numbers of four references. Apply to: Yolanda Cooper-Birdine, Libraries Human Resources Officer, Indiana University Library, Main Library 201 A, 132010th Street, Bloomington, IN 47405; phone: (812) 855-8196. This job posting will be posted until the position is filled.

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ARCHIVIST/TECHNICAL SERVICES LIBRARIAN.Bailey/Howe Library, University of Vermont. The University of Vermont Libraries seeks a self-motivated and flexible professional with good interpersonal skills to work on a Special Collection team that includes three faculty librarians and 4.5 classified staff. Major duties include providing access to manuscript and archival collections through online cataloging and EAD collection descriptions; some original MARC cataloging of monographs, serials, and nonbook materials; and reference desk service and bibliographic instruction for materials in Special Collections. Masters degree from a program accredited by the ALA required; two years of professional academic library experience or equivalent; experience arranging and describing manuscript/archival collections; working knowledge of original MARC cataloging practices; HTML, SGML, and EAD coding experience; strong written and interpersonal communications skills. To apply: Send letter of application, resume, and names, addresses, and phone numbers of three professional references to: Chair, Archivist Search Committee, Bailey/Howe Library, University of Vermont, Burlington, VT 05405. Review of applications will begin March 15, 2001. For more information visit: http:// bailey.uvm.edu/jobs/archivist/.

DIRECTOR, INFORMATION SERVICES AND RESOURCES.University of California San Francisco, Library and Center for Knowledge Management. The UCSF Library seeks an innovative, experienced individual to provide leadership and vision to all aspects of library operations including information services, collection development, resources management, archives and special collections. Requires: ALA-accredited master’s degree in library or information science or other relevant advanced degree, a strong record of leadership and accomplishments in an academic health sciences library with successive management responsibilities. For a complete position description see: http:// www.library.ucsf.edu/jobs/dirinfores.html. Salary range is $76,620-$105,120, depending on qualifications. To Apply: Send cover letter, resume, and the names of three references to: Nanette Grimm, UCSF Library/CKM, Box 0840, San Francisco, CA 94143-0840. University of California San Francisco is an equal opportunity, affirmative action employer. The University undertakes affirmative action to assure equal employment opportunity for underutilized minorities and women, for persons with disabilities, and for Vietnam-era veterans and special disabled veterans.

REFERENCE/ELECTRONIC SERVICES LIBRARIAN.Assumption College seeks a full-time Reference/Electronic Services Librarian. Position provides reference and library instructional services to patrons, troubleshoots public access computers, and manages the Library’s Web site. Candidates must hold an MLS from an ALA-accredited library school. Two years’ experience working as a reference librarian in an academic or public library preferred. Knowledge of PC maintenance and HTML expected. Some evening and occasional Sunday hours. Please send cover letter, resume and salary requirements to: Robin L. Pellegrino, Asstistant Director of Human Resources, Assumption College, 500 Salisbury Street, Worcester, MA 01609-1296, or e-mail to: resumes@assumption.edu. Applications will be reviewed until position is filled. Assumption College encourages applications from candidates of diverse cultural backgrounds. Equal opportunity employer. www.assumption.edu.

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