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Deadlines:Orders for regular classified advertisements must reach the ACRL office on or before the second of the month preceding publication of the issue (e.g., September 2 for the October issue). Should this date fall on a weekend or holiday, ads will be accepted on the next business day. Late job listings will be accepted on a space-available basis after the second of the month.

Rates:Classified advertisements are $8.75 per line for institutions that are ACRL members, $10.75 for others. Late job notices are $20.50 per line for institutions that are ACRL members, $24.95 for others. Organizations submitting ads will be charged according to their membership status. Display ad rates range from $395 to $745 based upon size. Please call for sizes and rates.

Guidelines:For ads that list an application deadline, we suggest that date be no sooner than the 20th day of the month in which the notice appears (e.g., October 20 for the October issue). All job announcements should include a salary range per policy of the American Library Association (ALA). Job announcements will be edited to exclude discriminatory references. Applicants should be aware that the terms faculty rank and status vary in meaning among institutions.

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Contact:Jack Helbig, Classified Advertising Manager, C&RL News Classified Advertising Department, ACRL, American Library Association, 50 E. Huron St., Chicago, IL 60611-2795; (312) 280-2513; fax: (312) 280-7663 or (312) 280-2520; e-mail: jhelbig@ala.org.

Policy:ALA policy requires that organizations recruiting through ALA publications or placement services comply with ALA anti-discrimination policies. Policy 54.3 states that “ALA is committed to equality of opportunity for all library employees or applicants for employment, regardless of race, color, creed, sex, age, physical or mental handicap, individual lifestyle, or national origin.” By advertising through ALA services, the organization agrees to comply with this policy.

BOOKS BOUGHT AND SOLD

USED SCI-TECH BOOKS PURCHASED.Physics, math, all engineering, electricity, and electronics, skilled trades, antiquarian tech. Sorry, no serials or life sciences. Quality older editions, duplicates, unneeded gifts, superseded titles always sought. Ex library OK. No quantities too great; will travel when appropriate. For more information please contact: Collier Brown or Kirsten Berg at Powell’s Technical Bookstore, 33 NW Park Ave., Portland, OR 97209; phone: (800) 225-6911; fax: (503) 228-0505; e-mail to: kirsten@ technical.powells.com.

POSITIONS OPEN

ACQUISITIONS LIBRARIAN—INSTRUCTOR.University Library. Reports to the Assistant Director for Technical Services, assists in the bibliographic and financial management of all nonperiodical acquisitions for the university libraries. Train, supervise, and evaluate student assistants and others in bibliographic verification and preorder searching using print and nonprint sources, OCLC, and local database. Assist in revision of collection development guidelines, preparation of accreditation reports, and inventory management. Monitor system-generated fund accounting; allocations, encumbrances and expenditures reports, and items ordered and received reports. Perform liaison work with faculty to promote acquisition service. Library and university committee service expected. Requirements: ALA-accredited MLS. Demonstrated ability to communicate effectively in a higher-education environment; library automation background; ability to use knowledge and skills in acquisitions work and in management of bibliographic records. Preference given to candidates with strong interest in academic acquisitions services and publishing market, gaining experience with OCLC, and assuming supervisory responsibility. 12-month library faculty tenure-track position. Librarians at ETSU have faculty rank and status and must meet university requirements for tenure and promotion. 24 annual leave days, 12 paid holidays, and sick leave. Nonrefundable contributions to state or other optional retirements paid by the university. Copayment group health and life insurance. Professional travel and educational development support available. Appointment recommended at Instructor rank; salary minimum is $27,000. Send application letter and complete resume with names, addresses, and phone numbers of three references. Apply by deadline of December 1‚ 1997, to: Library Search Committee, East Tennessee State University, Box 70665, Johnson City, TN 37614-0665. AA/EOE.

ADMINISTRATIVE LIBRARIAN FORTECHNICALSERVICES.Must have management experience, MLS, and comprehensive knowledge of Hebrew and Jewish studies as well as academic library experience. Second subject master’s preferred. Computer skills necessary, including working knowledge of OCLC and RLIN and familiarity with local online integrated systems. Excellent benefits; salary commensurate with experience. Fax resume to: Director of Personnel, Library of the Jewish Theological Seminary, at (212) 678-8961 ‚ or mail to 3080 Broadway, New York, NY 10027.

ARCHIVIST, WILLIAM S. COHEN COLLECTION (Search Reopened.)Funding currently guaranteed for two years. Extension beyond this period subject to availability of funds. The Raymond H. Fogler Library, University of Maine, is seeking a knowledgeable, dynamic, and service-oriented individual to organize and manage the

William S. Cohen Collection. This collection, recently donated to the university, consists of more than 1,000 archival boxes containing correspondence, reports, news clippings, and personal memorabilia. Responsibilities include: Collection organization, preservation, management, and development; creation of finding aids in both paper and digital formats; assisting collection users; outreach; supervision of support staff; participation in fundraising and grant writing. Reports to the Head of Special Collections. Required: ALA-accredited MLS with an emphasis on archives, or the equivalent graduate-level training in archives management; demonstrated knowledge of the application of information technology to archives; evidence of effective planning and management skills; excellent oral and written communication skills. Preferred: Graduate degree in American history, politics, or related subject area; supervisory experience; experience organizing political collections; experience with preservation/digitization projects. Salary: $29,000-$35,000. Excellent benefits package, including TIAA/ CREF. Start date: Position available immediately. To apply: Send letter, resume, and the names of three references to: Mary Casserly, Collection Development Division Head, 5729 Fogler Library, University of Maine, Orono, ME 04469-5729. Review of applications will begin on November 17, 1997, and continue until the position is filled. The University of Maine is an equal opportunity, affirmative action employer.

ASSISTANT LIBRARIAN FOR CATALOGING SERVICES/AUTOMATED SYSTEMS.Olive Kettering Library, Antioch College, Yellow Springs, Ohio, seeks a tenure-track librarian. Responsibilities: Perform classification and cataloging, including original cataloging, of all materials in a variety of formats. Continue the ongoing automating of library functions. Supervise microcomputer and automated systems software, hardware, and applications. Serve as a reference librarian, including weekend and evening rotation. Share responsibility for teaching students and faculty use of information retrieval systems. Qualifications: Master’s degree from an ALA-accredited school. Prefer at least three years experience in an academic cataloging department. Expertise with OCLC, MARC formats, and local automated systems. Thorough knowledge of LC classification, AACR2, and LCSH, as well as familiarity with HTML and Web page design. Must have a service-oriented view of librarianship. For a complete job description, visit the library’s homepage at http://www.antioch-college.edu/okl/. Send letters of nomination or application, including the names of three references, graduate transcripts, and curriculum vitae to: Human Resources, Systems Librarian, Antioch College, P.O. Box 465, Yellow Springs, OH 45387. Antioch College provides equal employment opportunity for all qualified applications and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, age, sex, ancestry, religion, national origin, sexual orientation, family status, or disability. Women and minorities are encouraged to apply.

CHIEF LIBRARIAN.The College of Staten Island of the City University of New York invites applications and nominations for the position of Chief Librarian and Chair of the Library Department. The Chief Librarian is appointed by the College President and reports to the Provost/Vice President for Academic Affairs. He/she is responsible for strengthening the library in the academic life of the college through leadership and administration of the library’s operation. In addition, the Chief Librarian is expected to play a leadership role in the continuing development of the campus approach to educational technology and the digital library. He/she is expected to be active in seeking outside funding through grants and other forms of support. CSI is a senior college located on a 204-acre campus. The Library is equipped with state-of-the-art technology for the delivery of library services. Holdings consist of 198,000 volumes, 1,450 periodical subscriptions, 700 microform subscriptions, CD-ROM databases, digital resources, and media materials in many formats. An active library instruction program serves approximately 12,000 students in associate, baccalaureate, and graduate degree programs. Requirements: an ALA-accredited MLS; a second master’s degree (a doctorate is preferred); substantial library administrative experience, including experience in planning, personnel, and budget; a clear vision and understanding of the evolving role of the academic library in an integrated electronic environment; a record of scholarly and professional achievement that will qualify the individual for a senior faculty appointment in the Library Department; demonstrated ability to work with others within a collaborative and collegial administrative framework; commitment to a high level of information services to students, staff, and faculty, including a broad program of library instruction; effective oral and written communication skills; a commitment to academic excellence and educational opportunity. To start: July 1, 1998. Rank: Associate Professor, $46,673-$70,064; Professor, $58,084-$82,650. The committee will begin reviewing applications December 1‚ 1997, and the search will remain open until the position is filled. Candidates should submit a letter that addresses the requirements defined above, a current curriculum vitae, and the names, addresses, and telephone numbers of at least three references to: Chief Librarian Search Committee, Office of the Vice President for Academic Affairs/Provost, College of Staten Island/CUNY, 2800 Victory Blvd., Staten Island, NY 10314; e-mail: dileo@postbox.csi.cuny.edu. EEO/AA/ADA employer.

CIRCULATION/REFERENCE LIBRARIAN.Auburn University at Montgomery seeks qualified individual for tenure-track position. Faculty rank. Required: An ALA/MLS degree or equivalent; one year professional library experience, including six months experience in reference service or bibliographic instruction; knowledge of basic reference sources; experience with an automated circulation system; supervisory experience; good communication, interpersonal, organizational, and written skills. Desirable: Experience with collection development and computer-assisted reference service. Responsibilities: Supervise the library’s Circulation staff, plan for and implement a new automated circulation system; oversee the circulation of regular and reserve materials; formulate and/or revise policies and procedures for circulation; assist in the provision of reference services and bibliographic instruction. Possibly assist with collection development activities in an assigned subject area. Salary: $26,000, plus standard benefits. To apply: Send letter of application, resume, and the names, addresses, and phone numbers of three references to: Betty Tims, Chair, Circulation Librarian Search Committee, Auburn University at Montgomery Library, P.O. Box 244023, Montgomery, AL 36124-4023. The committee will begin reviewing applications November 20, 1997, and will continue until the position is filled. AUM is an EEO/AA employer.

COLLECTIONS ARCHIVIST.The Iowa State University Library invites applications and nominations for the position of Collections Archivist, at the rank of Assistant Professor, who will report to the Head, Special Collections Department. The Collections Archivist leads the department’s new collections management unit, which is responsible for effectively managing the preservation and access of archival materials such as university records, faculty and alumni papers, private manuscripts, organizational records, films, and photographs. The unit staff is comprised of the paraprofessional Collections Assistant and approximately 1.0 FTE of student assistants. The Collections Archivist performs as well as supervises unit staff in accessioning, arranging, describing, preserving, cataloging, and managing web access. Also assists the department head in appraisal of the above archival materials. Works closely with the library’s Technical Services and Automated Systems Divisions. Assists the department head with grant writing and grant project administration, contributes to the overall management of the department with other departmental faculty, and provides support as necessary in other areas of the department. Qualifications: Required: MA or ALA-accredited MLS degree with a minimum of nine hours of archival studies course work. Knowledge of current standards and changes in the archival profession. Experience and/or knowledge of archives/ manuscripts appraisal, processing, archival cataloging (MARC/APPM), World Wide Web site management and HTML, and archival preservation management. Effective interpersonal skills as well as excellent oral and written communication skills. Ability to work within a strongly participatory departmental environment. Must be able to lift 40-pound boxes multiple limes daily. Evidence of abilities to meet promotion and tenure requirements. Preferred: Knowledge of archives and special collections in still and moving image, audio, and digital formats. Minimum of two years of relevant archival experience. Experience with managing and reducing archival backlogs. Experience with personnel management. Grant writing and/or grant project administration experience. Salary: $28,500 minimum, depending upon qualifications. Application deadline: Review of applications will begin December 1‚ 1997 and will continue until an adequate pool is developed. Anticipated start date is March 1‚ 1998. For a copy of the full position announcement, please contact the Iowa State University Library’s Administration Office at (515) 294-1442. Or, you may view the Internet posting of the Notice of Vacancy at the following address: http://www.lib.iastate.edu/library/vac.html. Iowa State University has a strong commitment to equal opportunity and affirmative action. Members of protected classes are especially encouraged to apply. Iowa State University is an equal opportunity, affirmative action employer.

COORDINATOR, COLLECTION DEVELOPMENT.The Appalachian State University Library seeks a creative and enthusiastic individual to work collaboratively with six colleagues in a team-based organization. Collection Development Team activities include: allocating approximately $1.8 million materials budget; evaluating and selecting library resources in all formats to support a wide range of undergraduate and graduate programs; assessing the collection and developing strategies for attaining the collection levels needed to support curricular offerings; and participating in cooperative collection development activities in a three-institution consortium. Collection development librarians work closely with the Materials Processing, Reference, and Access Teams as well as classroom faculty in managing the collection. Responsibilities include liaison work with selected departments and possibly some duty in another library team, depending on interest, experience, and library needs. Library faculty are expected to take leadership roles within the library and university, and to be active in professional service and scholarship. Required: Master’s degree from an ALA-accredited school and a second advanced degree. At least five years of experience in collection development in an academic library, including oversight of major projects. Ability to manage change and provide vision in a team environment. Experiences should include areas such as collection assessment, budget preparation, liaison with classroom faculty, and analysis of user needs. Broad knowledge of the publishing industry. Active interest in electronic resources and their impact on library collections. Effective written and oral communication skills. Preferred: Working knowledge of at least one foreign language. Experience with approval plans. Familiarity with electronic product licensing issues. Experience or training in working in a multicultural environment. Appalachian State University is located in western North Carolina, in the historic college town of Boone, nestled in the beautiful Blue Ridge Mountains. Appalachian has a student enrollment of 12,100 students, and offers undergraduate and graduate degrees in more than 190 majors. It is a part of the University of North Carolina system. Library holdings include more than 713,000 books and bound periodicals, about 6,000 current periodical, newspaper, and serial titles, and almost 1.4 million microforms. Appalachian is a member of SOLINET and the Western North Carolina Library Network, a consortium of three state universities sharing an Innovative Interfaces Inc. system, document delivery by van, and an UnCover gateway. The position is tenure-track and is available March 1, 1998. For appointment at the rank of Assistant Professor or higher, a second advanced degree is required. Salary and rank are commensurate with qualifications. Send letter of application, curriculum vitae, and the names, addresses, and telephone numbers of three references to: Mary Reichel, University Librarian, Belk Library, Appalachian State University, Boone, NC 28608. Completed applications must be received by January 12, 1998. Appalachian is an affirmative action, equal opportunity employer, and is committed to hiring women and minorities.

COORDINATOR OF INSTRUCTION SERVICES.Central Michigan University Libraries. The Central Michigan University Libraries are seeking qualified applicants for the position of Coordinator of Instruction Services. Principal responsibilities include providing leadership through planning and coordinating the university library’s user instruction program; working with librarians and academic department faculty to develop and maintain technology-based instructional modules; developing instructional methods and materials to enhance the program; providing user instruction to individuals and groups; providing sessions for librarians on electronic tools to be used for user instruction; collaborating with university staff and librarians in support of distance education programs and Internet courses; providing reference and research support as assigned. Minimum qualifications: MLS from ALA-accredited program. Leadership ability. Demonstrated teaching skills, with at least two years teaching experience, preferably in an academic library. Excellent communication skills. Enthusiasm and service orientation. Knowledge of a wide range of electronic/ Internet and print reference resources. Knowledge of HTML and experience with Web page design. Ability to carry out assignments independently and cooperatively. Evidence of potential for earning tenure and promotion as a library faculty member. Preferred qualifications: Experience teaching in a hands-on computer laboratory. Experience designing successful Web-based instructional modules. Supervisory experience/potential. Additional graduate degree. During 1996-97 CMU librarians conducted 300 instruction sessions, most course related, for 7,300 participants, and taught 22 sections, 24 students each, of a one-credit course. The libraries’ objective is to provide outstanding instructional services across the spectrum of print, on-site, and technology-based approaches. Salary commensurate with qualifications; minimum $36,500. Excellent fringe benefits. Position is a 12-month tenure-track faculty appointment, reporting to the Head of Public Services. Submit letter of application addressing qualifications for the position, resume, and names, titles, addresses, and telephone numbers of at least three references, via mail, to: Bill Miles, Chairperson, Coordinator of Instruction Services Search Committee, 207 Park Library, Central Michigan University, Mt. Pleasant, Ml 48859; or fax to (517) 774-2179. Position is available immediately. Applications will be accepted and reviewed until position is filled. Central Michigan University, a state institution offering bachelor’s through doctoral degrees, has an enrollment of approximately 16,500 on-campus students and 12,000 off-campus students. CMU is located in Mt. Pleasant, an attractive smallcity 66 miles north of Lansing, positioned in the center of Michigan’s lower peninsula. Visit the libraries’ homepage at http://www.lib.cmich.edu. CMU (AA/EO institution) encourages diversity and resolves to provide equal opportunity regardless of race, sex, disability, sexual orientation, or other irrelevant criteria.

DIRECTOR OF LIBRARY SERVICES.Southern Arkansas University. Duties: Provide leadership for library; develop budgets, policies, priorities, and strategic plans; promote faculty-student relations and direct library support for educational, public service, and continuing education opportunities in an extended campus region. Reports to Vice President for Academic Affairs. Qualifications: Strong leadership, interpersonal communication, management, and planning skills; vision and knowledge to develop and direct library computer information systems; commitment to diversity; five years academic library experience and a record of professional achievements. ALA-accredited MLS required; earned doctorate in an appropriate discipline preferred. Salary and title commensurate with qualifications and experience. Applications will be reviewed as received. Starting date negotiable. Southern Arkansas University’s library serves 2,600 undergraduate and graduate students and holds approximately 150.000 volumes, 8,500 AV pieces, 925 periodical subscriptions, and 328.000 government documents. Send letter of interest, vita, and names, addresses, and phone numbers of three people who may be contacted as references to: Office of Personnel, Southern Arkansas University, SAU Box 9288, Magnolia, AR 71753-5000. AA/EOE.

DOCUMENT DELIVERY LIBRARIAN.The University of Oklahoma. Duties: Under the general direction of the Head of Access Sen/ices, the Document Delivery Librarian supervises document delivery services and interlibrary loan operations. This includes hiring, training, supervising, and evaluating three full-time staff and student assistants; coordinating interlibrary loan activities with branch libraries; the evaluation of mediated and unmediated electronic document delivery; provision of training to library staff and library users in the use of various online document delivery systems; determination of the need for fee-based services; development of guides to document delivery services; coordination with Collection Development in recommendations for the acquisition of electronic delivery systems and resources; representation of the library in consortial and shared-resources programs; and other duties as assigned. This position is governed by the university’s policies for research or creative achievement and professional service as outlined by the Faculty Handbook. Qualifications: Required: MLS from ALA-accredited library school; two years paraprofessional or one year professional experience in interlibrary loan or document delivery; experience with major bibliographic utilities; library instruction concepts and/or staff training; supervisory experience. Desirable: Strong interpersonal and communication skills; working knowledge of library systems software and interlibrary loan statistical software; second master’s degree; evidence of research or creative achievement. Deadline for applications: December 15, 1997. Salary: $32,000. Benefits: TIAA/CREF; State Retirement System; 33 days paid leave; short-term disability leave; university holidays; comprehensive medical protection; and group life insurance. University libraries: A member of the Research Libraries Group, AMIGOS, and ARL, the university libraries consist of a main library and six branches. The collection contains more than 2.5 million volumes, 16.000 periodical subscriptions, and three outstanding special collections in history of science, western history, and business history. The libraries operate a computerized library system (NOTIS) including local holdings, subject databases, and network connections to other libraries. Norman, Oklahoma, is an attractive community close to a major metropolitan city. Employment: Librarians have faculty status, privileges, responsibilities, rank of assistant professor or above, and are eligible for tenure. Application: Send letter of application with resume, a list of publications, and the names of three references including current supervisor, to: Donald C. Hudson, Assistant to the Dean for Administrative Services, University Libraries, University of Oklahoma, Norman, OK 73019; phone: (405) 325-2611. Oklahoma University is an equal opportunity, affirmative action employer. We encourage women and minority applicants and we are responsive to the needs of dual career couples.

ELECTRONIC RESOURCES CATALOGING LIBRARIAN.Washington State University Libraries. Position available: Currently vacant. Faculty position requiring a solid knowledge of cataloging rules. Exercise innovative thinking in approaching cataloging of new forms of information, including serials (print and electronic), images, and networked information. Work with library and teaching/research faculty to bring about creative solutions to bibliographic access issues. Perform liaison responsibilities with other Technical Sen/ices units, Public Services, and Library Systems to resolve problems and new technical challenges. Participate in formulation of OPAC policies and decisions, including display issues. Act as team leader for cataloging of serials and nontraditional materials, working with staff to plan and execute cataloging/access projects. Reports to Head, Bibliographic Control, in the Technical Sen/ices Division. Qualifications: Required: ALA-accredited MLS or its foreign equivalent at time of hire, knowledge of AACR2, LCSH, MARC formats, and guidelines under development for electronic resources; experience with computer applications in libraries, serials cataloging, and use of bibliographic utilities, preferably OCLC; working knowledge of at least one foreign language. Preferred: Working knowledge of SGML, HTML, TEI, and visual basic programming language; strong communications and organizational skills and aptitude for complex, analytical work, with attention to detail. Salary: From $26,000, commensurate with qualifications and experience. Rank: Librarian 2; faculty status. Other benefits: TIAA/CREF; broad insurance program; 22 days vacation, 12 days sick leave per year. Application: Send letter of application, resume, and names and complete mailing addresses of three references to: Donna L McCool, Associate Director for Administrative Services, Library Administrative Office, Washington State University, P.O. Box 645610, Pullman, WA 99164-5610. Application review begins January 15, 1998. WSU Libraries’ hjomepage address: http:/ /www.wsulibs.wsu.edu. WSU is an EEO employer. Protected group members are encouraged to apply.

HEAD, CATALOGING DEPARTMENT. (Search Extended).Loyola University Chicago seeks an experienced, innovative librarian to provide overall management and visionary leadership for its Cataloging Department, which has two professional librarians, eight support staff, and 12 to 15 student assistants. The department is responsible for cataloging of monographs in all formats, including electronic, and audiovisual resources for five libraries in the Chicago area and Rome, Italy, and for authority control and maintenance of the NOTIS online catalog. The department head plans, organizes, and monitors the operations of the department; is responsible for personnel; and provides oversight for all cataloging activities throughout the Bibliographic and Access Services Division, including development, standardization, and consistent application of all policies for cataloging. Oversees the implementation of outsourcing of some cataloging, using OCLC PromptCat and other services. The departments in the Bibliographic and Access Services Division are closely integrated, dynamic, and highly collaborative and cooperative. The successful candidate will work with other members of the management team of the division to develop and implement division plans, The department head is a member of the Libraries’ Planning Council and the Bibliographic and Access Services Management Group, is chair of the Cataloging Policy Board, and serves on other committees as appropriate. Reports to: Assistant University Librarian for Bibliographic and Access Services. Qualifications: ALA-accredited MLS; a minimum of 5 years progressively responsible experience in an academic library; significant supervisory experience; superior oral and written communication and interpersonal skills; thorough knowledge of current practice and future trends in cataloging; knowledge of AACR2, LCSH, LC classification, US MARC formats and other relevant cataloging tools; thorough knowledge of authority control; demonstrated creativity in the application of technology to the cataloging process; demonstrated planning skills; experience with integrated library systems and bibliographic utilities, especially NOTIS and OCLC. The individual in this position needs to be flexible and able to work in a complex, rapidly moving organizational setting. The successful candidate will have strong collaborative and collegial skills, the ability to transform vision into reality, and a commitment to excellence in service. Salary commensurate with qualifications and experience, from a base of $42,000. Librarians have limited faculty status, earn 20 vacation days, and have a standard package of fringe benefits, including university contributions to TIAA/CREF. Qualified applicants should send a letter of application, resume, and the names, addresses, and phone numbers of three references to: Karla D. Petersen, Assistant University Librarian for Bibliographic and Access Services, Cudahy Library, Loyola University Chicago, 6525 N. Sheridan Rd., Chicago, IL 60626. Applications received by November 15, 1997, will receive first consideration, but applications will be accepted until the position is filled. Loyola University Chicago is an affirmative action, equal opportunity educator and employer.

HEAD, LEWIS LIBRARY, AND ASSISTANT TO THE ASSISTANT UNIVERSITY LIBRARIAN FOR INFORMATION SERVICES.Loyola University Chicago Libraries seeks a dynamic leader to manage its Lewis Library in downtown Chicago and to sen/e as Assistant to the Assistant University Librarian (AUL) for Information Services. Lewis Library serves the undergraduate and graduate programs of the Schools of Business, Social Work, and Criminal Justice, and houses approximately 250,000 volumes; the Head of the Library is in charge of executing the annual operating and strategic plans to provide excellent service to students and faculty in these programs, as well as for some general undergraduate studies. The Head is responsible for hiring, training, and evaluating four professional librarians and, indirectly, five full-time support staff and approximately 7.0 FTE part-time staff; she/he also oversees the purchasing of equipment, supplies, and services for the library. As Assistant AUL for Information Services, the position holder is a key player in the division’s planning activities and functions as deputy in charge of these in the AUL’s absence. Also serves on the University Libraries Administrative Group, Libraries Planning Council, the Library Board (ex officio), and other committees as required. Reports to: Assistant University Librarian for Information Services. Qualifications: ALA-accredited MLS; a minimum of five years progressively responsible experience in an academic library, including supervisory and planning responsibilities; excellent oral and written communications skills; up-to-date knowledge of library technology and, especially, electronic resources available to serve the library’s mission. The successful candidate will have strong collaborative and collegial skills, be familiar with strategic planning, and have a strong commitment to excellence in service. Salary commensurate with qualifications and experience, from a base of $42,000. Librarians have limited faculty status, earn 20 vacation days, and have a standard package of fringe benefits, including university contributions to TIAA/CREF. Qualified applicants should send a letter of application, resume, and the names, addresses, and phone numbers of three references to: Alan Barny, Assistant University Librarian for Information Services, Loyola University Chicago, Sullivan Center, 6525 N. Sheridan Rd., Chicago, IL 60526. Applications received by December 1, 1997, will receive first consideration, but applications will be accepted until the position is filled. Loyola University Chicago is an affirmative action, equal opportunity educator and employer.

HEAD OF REFERENCE, LOOP CAMPUS. (Search Reopened).DePaul University Library is seeking a Head of Reference for its Loop Campus Library, the location for the business and computer science collections. The Head of Reference is responsible for providing innovative as well as traditional reference and research services to faculty and staff at the Loop Campus and supervises five full-time professionals, several part-time reference librarians, and students. The Head takes a leadership role in designing and implementing information services for Loop Campus Library constituencies, works closely with the Instruction Coordinator to support library instruction, participates in a comprehensive collection development program, and develops active working relationships with faculty in order to identify, assess, and implement information needs and services. The newly renovated, networked Loop Campus Library is located in DePaul Center which serves as the cornerstone for DePaul’s Loop Campus in downtown Chicago. DePaul University is a private, comprehensive, urban institution of over 17,000 students, with five Chicago-area campuses. The successful candidate will have an ALA-accredited MLS degree; a strong sen/ice orientation; skill in the use of electronic information sources, including Web-based and other Internet sources; excellent oral and written communication skills and interpersonal skills; demonstrated initiative and flexibility in a demanding and rapidly changing environment. Preferred qualifications include business reference experience; two or more years of supervisory experience; experience in an academic library; and a commitment to professional development. Excellent benefits include free tuition, medical/dental package, four weeks vacation, and TIAA/CREF pension plan. Salary starts at $41,000, depending on experience and education. Applications will be accepted until the position is filled. Send letter of application with resume and the names of three current references to: Doris R. Brown, Director of Libraries, John T. Richardson Library, DePaul University, 2350 N. Kenmore, Chicago, IL 60614-3210. DePaul University, an employer of choice, is committed to diversity and equality in education and employment.

HEAD, SPECIAL COLLECTIONS AND ARCHIVES.Virginia Commonwealth University is seeking an experienced archivist/librarian to manage its book, manuscript, and university archives collection in its academic campus library’s Special Collections and Archives unit. Reports to the Assistant Director for Academic User Services and works very closely with the Head, Collection Management. Responsible for the management of the unit through the general administration, planning, evaluation, and implementation of the unit’s collections, reference services, and technical processing; promotes the unit’s holdings; selects specialized materials in a wide variety of formats; supervises support staff. Responsible for cultivating ties throughout the university, community, and the commonwealth. Shares responsibilities relating to general reference and collection development. Qualifications: ALA-accredited MLS desirable or other appropriate academic master’s degree. Course work in archival management, a master’s in archival studies, or archival experience also desirable. Experience with a wide variety of specialized materials, including books, book art, graphic arts, museum pieces, and digital information. Experience with automation and technological tools for electronic preservation and access. Familiarity with emerging technologies also a plus. Of particular importance are an understanding of the principles of text encoding (SGML and TEI guidelines); experience in the digitization of archival materials; experience with Web page design, construction and maintenance; and knowledge of digital scanning systems and OCR. Ability to meet requirements for faculty advancement, including professional service and publication. Demonstrated experience in digital technology and record of success in developing and/or implementing virtual projects highly desirable. Complete position description as well as information about University Library Services and the university are available at http:// www.library.vcu.edu/news/html. Salary: Minimum $32,000, plus benefits. Submit resume and the names and phone numbers for three current references to: Sarah Barbara Watstein, Assistant Director for Academic User Services, University Library Services, Virginia Commonwealth University, VCU Box 2033, Richmond, VA 23284-2033. Review of applications will begin December 15, 1997. Virginia Commonwealth University is an equal opportunity, affirmative action employer. Minorities, women, and persons with disabilities are encouraged to apply.

INTERLIBRARY LOAN/REFERENCE LIBRARIAN.University of Arkansas at Little Rock. The Ottenheimer Library at the University of Arkansas at Little Rock has an immediate opening for a librarian with responsibilities as a department head for Interlibrary Loan and as a reference librarian. Responsibilities: Reporting to the Assistant Director for Instructional and Public Services, this person will supervise a department that conducts all interlibrary loan transactions for the library, and will provide general reference service on rotation at the reference desk. Flexible schedule includes work one night per week and some weekends. Department operations include handling personnel matters, improving procedures for more effective service, and reviewing document delivery services. Reference duties include helping to select reference titles, explaining CD-ROM services to students, interpreting the DRA system to patrons, and providing bibliographic instruction. Knowledge of the Internet and other online systems necessary. Position requires working closely with the classroom faculty and participating on faculty committees and in professional organizations. MLS from an ALA-accredited institution, with minimum of three years professional experience required; background in public services work, especially reference, preferred. ILL experience helpful; excellent interpersonal and communication skills necessary. Minimum salary $32,500 for 12-month faculty tenuretrack position at rank of Assistant Professor; 22 days of paid vacation plus holidays; TIAA/CREF; dental and health insurance, disability and life insurance also available. Applications received by December 1, 1997 will receive first consideration, but applications will be accepted until position is filled. Send resume and transcripts with names of three professional references to: Maureen James-Barnes, Chair, Search Committee, Ottenheimer Library/UALR, 2801 South University Ave., Little Rock, AR 72204. University of Arkansas at Little Rock/Ottenheimer Library: Located in the capital city, the University of Arkansas at Little Rock is one of five U-A system campuses. Student population is 11,000 as of fall 1997. For more information, visit the library’s Web page at http://library.uair.edu, or e-mail the Search Committee Chair at mejames@ualr.edu. The University of Arkansas at Little Rock is an equal opportunity, affirmative action employer and actively seeks the candidacy of minorities, women, and persons with disabilities. Under Arkansas law, all applications are subject to disclosure. Persons hired must have proof of legal authority to work in the United States.

LIBRARIAN/ REFERENCE/ILL.10-month, tenure-track, assistant professor, ALA-accredited MLS or MLIS degree, science background a plus. Begin July 1‚ 1998. Provide instruction to library users in both print and electronic information sources within the context of an undergraduate liberal arts college. Work in close collaboration with other members of the library staff to develop and implement programs and services that will enable users, particularly in the sciences, to locate, obtain, and use materials in an evolving electronic environment. Assist in providing general reference service (including some evening hours), liaison with classroom faculty in the sciences, and occasional participation in the general education program. Oversight of interlibrary loan service another major responsibility. Ability to work well with users and staff. Send letter of interest, resume, transcript, and at least three current letters of professional reference, by December 1, 1997, to: Edward I. Stevens, Director of Library Services, Eckerd College Library, 4200 54th Ave. S., St. Petersburg, FL33711. Women and minorities encouraged to apply. EOE.

NETWORKED RESOURCES EDUCATION LIBRARIAN.Responsibilities; Under the direction of the Coordinator of User Education Programs, the Networked Resources Education Librarian is responsible for designing and implementing library instructional services for a networked information environment where user self-sufficiency is vital and remote access is increasingly the norm. The librarian will develop and teach classes covering a variety of networked resources and tools and will design and implement instructional materials (tutorials, help screens, etc.) for use in a Web-based Library Wide Information System. The librarian will actively promote and market library programs and services to a diverse university community and participate in providing general reference services, including evening and weekend hours. Reports to Head, Reference Sen/ices Department. Research, publication, and service to the libraries, university, and profession are expected to satisfy criteria for continuing appointment and promotion. Qualifications: Required: A master’s degree accredited by the American Library Association or the equivalent library professional degree accredited by an appropriate foreign association; one year public service experience in an academic or large public library; demonstrated expertise in producing print, Web-based, and other electronic user resources; knowledge of HTML and other Web protocols; ability to plan and implement new programs and services; and strong oral, written communication, and interpersonal skills. Preferred: Instructional design experience. Salary: Commensurate with education and experience. Salary minimum for Assistant Librarian—$28,000; Senior Assistant Librarian—$32,000. Apply to: Christine M. Travis, Library Personnel Officer, University Libraries— UL-112, University at Albany, State University of New York, 1400 Washington Ave., Albany, NY 12222. Deadline: Review of letters of application and resumes will begin December 20, 1997. Please include the names, addresses, and phone numbers of three references that may be contacted. The University at Albany is an equal opportunity, affirmative action employer.

NONPRINT MEDIA SERVICES LIBRARIAN.Tenure-track library faculty appointment. Available March 1998. Responsible for the planning, development, coordination, and daily operations of Nonprint Media Services. Required: ALA-accredited MLS, relevant experience, excellent communication skills, and strong technical background in nonprint media hardware and software, computerized library systems, and electronic information sources. Second advanced degree required for tenure. Send letter, curriculum vitae, and names and addresses of three references to: Eugene T. Neely, Dean of Libraries, Adelphi University, Garden City, NY 11530. Equal opportunity, affirmative action employer.

ORIGINAL/SPECIAL MATERIALS CATALOGER.Reports to the Dean and Director of Penrose Library and supervises the O/SMC unit. The unit is one of three (also including copy cataloging and acquisitions) comprising the Monographs Team, which determines monographic processing policy and procedures. The O/SM cataloger is responsible for original (descriptive and subject) cataloging of monographic materials in a variety of languages, subjects, and formats, including music scores, monographs, dissertations, special/nonroutine materials, retroconversion, foreign language, audiovisual, and other nonbook materials; responsible for ensuring that all collections are represented in DU’s online catalog; coordinates workflow of all materials cataloged in the unit; works with the serials/binding unit on dissertations processing policy; trains and supervises library assistants assigned to the O/SMC unit, and resolves cataloging questions raised by those performing complex copy cataloging, classification, etc.; collection development responsibility as bibliographer for the Foreign Languages and Literatures areas; and participation in professional and scholarly activities, including library, university, and professional committees, research, and publication, and other duties as assigned. Qualifications: Required: MLS from an ALA-accredited program; a minimum of three years post-MLS cataloging experience which includes original cataloging; excellent communication skills. Preferred: Cataloging experience in an academic library. Music cataloging experience. Experience with authority control, knowledge of a foreign language, knowledge of Innovative Interfaces Inc. systems, supervisory experience, and skill in working in a team environment. Salary: $30,000-$35,000. Benefits: TIAA/CREF pension plan; medical, vision, and dental plans available; tuition benefits; 24 vacation days per year. Status: Faculty status, non-tenure track appointment. Deadline: Applications postmarked by December 15, 1997, will receive greatest consideration. The position will remain open until filled. To apply: Please submit a letter of application, referring to Position #914, addressing your ability to meet the above qualifications, and a current resume, including the names, addresses, phone numbers, and e-mail addresses of three current references, to: Toni Miller, Office of the Dean, Penrose Library, University of Denver, 2150 E. Evans Ave., Denver, CO 80208-2007. The University of Denver is committed to enhancing the diversity of its faculty and staff and encourages applications particularly from women, minorities, people with disabilities, and veterans.

PRINCIPAL CATALOG LIBRARIAN. The Principal Cataloger will coordinate original and copy cataloging efforts for the Appalachian State University Library, including: Supervision and training of four copy catalogers and one government documents assistant; coordination of authority control and bibliographic maintenance; and planning special projects and bibliographic database enhancements in a university consortium environment. The Principal Cataloger will participate in original cataloging in all formats, such as monographs, serials, nonprint materials, and kits, for the Instructional Materials Center, and will train and coordinate the other faculty in the catalog unit. The cataloging function is part of the Materials Processing Team, which also includes serials, acquisitions, and material preparation functions. Library faculty are expected to take leadership roles within the library and university and to participate in professional service and scholarship. The Principal Cataloger serves on the Information Organization Team and on the WNCLN Network Bibliographic Committee, and may serve on other teams as well. Requirements: Minimum of five years professional experience as a cataloger in an academic library, including professional experience with original cataloging. Ability to manage change and work in a team environment. Working knowledge of: MARC formats and AACR2; Library of Congress and Dewey Decimal classification schemes; automated bibliographic control systems; and online library systems. Commitment to enhancing the online public access catalog through new and imaginative ways of providing information and to staying abreast of current trends in technical services. Master’s degree from ALA-accredited school. Must have excellent written and oral communication skills and strong service orientation. Commitment to professional service and scholarship. Preferred: Experience in supervising and coordinating cataloging staff members, second advanced degree strongly preferred; experience or training in working in a multicultural environment; and experience in working with the Innovative Interfaces system. Appalachian State University is located in western North Carolina, in the historic college town of Boone, nestled in the beautiful Blue Ridge Mountains. Appalachian has a student enrollment of 12, 100 students and offers undergraduate and graduate degrees in more than 190 majors. It is a part of the University of North Carolina system. Library holdings include more than 713,000 books and bound periodicals, about 6,000 current periodical, newspaper, and serial titles, and almost 1.4 million microforms. Appalachian is a member of SOLINET and the Western North Carolina Library Network, a consortium of three state universities sharing an Innovative Interfaces Inc. system, document delivery by van, and an UnCover gateway. The position is tenure-track and is available March 1‚ 1998. For appointment at the rank of Assistant Professor or higher, a second advanced degree is required. Salary and rank are commensurate with qualifications. Send letter of application, curriculum vitae, and the names, addresses, and telephone numbers of three references to: Mary Reichel, University Librarian, Belk Library, Appalachian State University, Boone, NC 28608. Completed applications must be received by January 12, 1998. Appalachian is an affirmative action, equal opportunity employer, and is committed to hiring women and minorities.

REFERENCE LIBRARIAN AND USER EDUCATION COORDINATOR. Washington State University, Owen Science and Engineering Library. Position Available: Currently vacant. Under the direction of Head, Science Libraries, is responsible for coordination of library user education in Owen Science and Engineering Library, with additional responsibilities in reference, database searching, collection development, liaison to departments, participation on library committees, and other duties as assigned. Qualifications: Required: ALA-accredited MLS or its foreign equivalent. Recent experience in a science/engineering/medical library and/or subject background. Effective interpersonal relations and communication skills. Preferred: Recent experience in user education; knowledge of Dialog and STN database searching: use of electronic resources. Salary. From $26,000, commensurate with qualifications and experience. Rank: Librarian 2; faculty status. Other benefits: TIAA/CREF; broad insurance program; 22 days vacation, 12 days sick leave/year. Application: Send letter of application, resume, and names and complete mailing addresses of three references to: Donna L. McCool, Associate Director for Administrative Services, Library Administrative Office, Washington State University, P.O, Box 645610, Pullman, WA 99164-5610. Application review begins December 12, 1997. WSU Libraries’ homepage address: http://www.wsulibs.wsu.edu. WSU is an EEO employer. Protected group members are encouraged to apply.

REFERENCE/LIBRARY INSTRUCTION LIBRARIAN. Lydia Olson Library at Northern Michigan University seeks applicants for a Reference/Library Instruction Librarian. This librarian gives direct assistance to users seeking information, instructs patrons in the use of library resources, and helps facilitate access to information in a variety of formats. This librarian also coordinates and provides leadership for the library orientation and instruction program. Qualifications: MLS from an ALA-accredited library school; minimum two years experience in reference and library instruction in an academic library; demonstrated teaching ability; an appreciation for and demonstrated commitment to library and information instruction; a second advanced degree, master’s level or higher, is preferred. Salary is competitive and commensurate with experience, tenure-track. Send letter of application with resume, copies of transcripts, and the names, addresses, and phone numbers of three references to: Search Committee, Olson Library, Northern Michigan University, 1401 Presque Isle Ave., Marquette, Ml 49855. Applicant review begins January 19, 1998, and continues until position is filled. Northern Michigan University does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, gender, disability, or age in its programs or activities. Persons having civil rights inquiries may contact the Affirmative Action Office at (906) 227-2420. Persons having inquiries regarding the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) may contact the ADA Coordinator at (906) 227-2970.

TECHNICAL REFERENCE LIBRARIAN. Be a part of an empowered professional team in university’s main library. Provide reference services, including presentations, orientations, instruction, tours, print and nonprint selection and development, literature searching and analysis, reference interrogation, service promotion, faculty and department information needs assessment, monitoring professional trends. Act as liaison with computer science and electrical engineering departments. MLS, reference service experience, excellent communications, interpersonal, and computer skills all required (DOS, Windows, Windows95, MS Word, MS Access). Must be professionally current, with extensive internet and Web searching experience. Preferred: Undergraduate and/or second Master’s degree in computer science or electrical engineering, science and technology library experience, HTML and Web authoring skills. Send resume to: Personnel Box TR-L, New Jersey Institute of Technology, University Heights, Newark, NJ 07102-1982. EOE.

TECHNICAL SERVICES AND AUTOMATION LIBRARIAN. Lorain County Community College invites applications for the following 12-month professional position: Technical Services and Automation Librarian. Provides leadership for planning, developing, and maintaining new technological applications in the library in support of the teaching/learning mission of the college and manages all facets of Technical Services (acquisitions, cataloging, and serials control). Administers the library’s online integrated system (Innovative Interfaces), OhioLINK and other online and CD-ROM databases available through the library’s LAN; updates and enhances the library’s homepage on the WWW; provides original cataloging copy for library materials as needed; maintains standards for the input of bibliographic data into the library’s automated catalog; supervises technical sen/ices and automation staff; coordinates library staff training on automated systems; builds collaborative partnerships with Computer Services staff; examines, tests, and recommends new automated products and services for the library; and assists in the development of off-campus electronic access to library resources. Minimum requirements include an MLS from an ALA-accredited library program; three years project management experience implementing/supporting integrated library automation systems (ideally, Innovative Interfaces); two years technical services experience, including original cataloging of monographs and/or serials using OCLC. Must have a working knowledge of information standards (Z39.50, MARC, HTML), CD-ROM technology, telecommunications, windows operating systerns, and network applications. Excellent oral and written communication skills essential as this individual will serve as a bridge between technical and nontechnical staff. Personnel supervisory experience preferred. The salary range for the Technical Services and Automation Librarian is $37,697 to $44,765 and is enhanced by an excellent fringe benefits package. Applicants should submit a letter of interest, a comprehensive résumé and the names, addresses, and telephone numbers of three work-related references. Additional documentation will be required after receipt of the initial materials. Official transcripts are required prior to employment. Forward all materials to: Errol M. Browne, Director of Human Resources, Lorain County Community College, 1005 Abbe Rd. North, Elyria, OH 44035. The screening process will begin immediately and will continue until the position is filled an affirmative action, equal opportunity.

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AUTOMATED SYSTEMS LIBRARIAN.University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire. Responsible for planning, implementing, and operating the library’s automated system, LAN and desktop environments, and Web based services; assessing and evaluating library computing needs; supervising hardware selection and installation; assisting in developing grant proposals for innovative technology applications; participating with ICSS team in planning and distributing library databases and curricular specific software. Library will migrate from KeyNOTIS to a client/server based automated system within two years. Systems Librarian will participate in evaluation of UW systemwide automation vendor proposals. Library automation initiatives include strong emphasis on the Web for campus and distance learning; multiple library LAN applications; campuswide access to government electronic databases. Reports to Director of Libraries; supervises two. Requirements: MLS/ALA or master’s degree related to library automation; minimum of two years library automated systems experience; experience with MARC and OCLC (or other national database); demonstrated commitment to responsive service; proficiency in multiplatform computing and networking. Considered assets: Awareness of library information access issues and trends; ability to work cooperatively; effective analytical and organizational skills; strong oral and written communication skills; demonstrated knowledge of NT, UNIX, SQL, distributed systems and relational databases, TCP/IP networking, LANs, CD-ROMs, SGML/HTML, file servers, print servers, DOS, Windows, Windows95, MAC, and Novell. University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire spans the banks of the Chippewa River in west central Wisconsin’s largest city, 90 minutes east of Minneapolis. UWEC enrolls 10,500 students in undergraduate and graduate programs in the Colleges of Arts and Sciences, Business, and Professional Studies. McIntyre Library, with the largest circulation of the nondoctoral UW system libraries, is open 24 hours a day throughout the semester. UWEC supports campuswide fiber optics, intrabuilding wiring, an innovative technology-training program, an 11-to-1 student/computer ratio, and a recently expanded library facility with ethernet connectivity. Additional information about the campus and library may be found at http://www.uwec.edu. This is a 12-month tenure-track faculty appointment. Review of candidates begins November 15, 1997, and continues until filled. Available January 15, 1998, or as soon thereafter as possible. The Search and Screen Committee reserves the right to conduct telephone interviews with selected candidates. Finalists will be required to send official transcripts. A full vacancy announcement may be obtained by contacting Phyllis Hambleton at address listed below. Send letter of application or nomination, resume, and the names, addresses, and phone numbers of three references to: Phyllis Hambleton, Administrative Assistant, William D. McIntyre Library, University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire, Eau Claire, WI 54702-5010. An AA/EO employer.

DIRECTOR OF THE DUGGAN LIBRARY.Hanover College invites applications and nominations for the position of Director of the Duggan Library. Hanover College, founded in 1827, is a coeducational liberal arts college affiliated with the Presbyterian Church, and is situated on a 650-acre campus overlooking the Ohio River. 95 percent of the 1,100 students reside in college housing. Hanover enjoys a student/faculty ratio of approximately 11 to 1, has selective admission standards, and offers a curriculum solidly grounded in liberal arts with an emphasis on critical thinking and research skills. The Director of the Library reports to the Vice President and Dean of Academic Affairs, and is the chief administrator responsible for planning and directing all phases of library operation. The Director will assume a strategic role for planning, and integrating the library program and technology with the curriculum and information services. The college is aggressively seeking a candidate with demonstrated leadership and management experience, along with demonstrated ability to work in a cooperative atmosphere with students, faculty, administrators, and consortium members. The Director is one of five professional librarians with nontenurable faculty status, with both staff and student support. The successful candidate will possess a master’s degree (or higher) from an ALA-accredited program. Evidence of substantial scholarly achievement in one of the traditional disciplines of the liberal arts is highly desirable. Training and experience should include comprehensive knowledge of library automation; advanced information technologies; program development, staff supervision, along with a vision for the future of libraries. A competitive salary and comprehensive benefits package is included. For more information, please visit the Duggan Library’s Web site at http:// www.hanover.edu/Library. Please send a letter of application, vita, and three letters of recommendation to: John Ahrens, Chair, Library Director Search Committee, c/o Christine Wilcox, Hanover College, P.O. Box 108, Hanover, IN 47243-0108; phone: (812) 866-7290. Review of applications begins immediately, and continues until the position is filled. Hanover College is an equal opportunity employer.

ASSISTANT/ASSOCIATE/FULL LIBRARIAN ELECTRONIC RESOURCES COORDINATOR.Arizona State University Libraries. General Summary: This is a full-time continuing appointment-track (Academic Professional) position requiring professional development and service. The position serves as a member of the Collection Development Team which reports directly to the Dean of the Libraries. Uses excellent interpersonal skills working in a collaborative, team environment. Shows flexibility in carrying out assignments in response to changing circumstances. Essential Functions; The person in this position is responsible for coordinating and overseeing the budget, selection and dissemination of electronic library resources for the University Libraries. Participates in professional development and service activities. This position is responsible for advancing the Libraries’ strategic plan in the area of electronic information. Contributes to team governance and operations. Qualifications: Required: American Library Association accredited Master of Library/Information Science degree. A minimum of five years post-MLS experience in an academic research library. Experience, accessing,, ordering or implementing electronic library technologies in environment. Demonstrated analytical and organizational skills. Demonstrated understanding of library systems hardware and software that are used to support electronic resources. Excellent communication skills. Rank dependent upon quality and level of professional preparation and experience. Preferred: Successful experience negotiating library licenses associated with electronic technologies. Experience in collection development in an academic or research library. Experience in reference or bibliographic instruction in an academic or research library. Experience in analysis of library collection and needs. Minimum salary: $35,000. Application deadline: Monday, December 29,1997. Application procedure: Send letter, resumé, and names, addresses, and phone numbers of four recent professional references to: Kurt R. Murphy, Assistant Dean for Personnel, University Libraries; Arizona State University; Box 871006; Tempe, AZ 85287-1006. For more information: e-mail karie@asuvm.inre.asu.edu; phone: (602) 965-4914; fax (602) 965-9169. Full position description is available upon request. ASU is an EO/AA employer and actively seeks diversity among applicants and promotes a diverse work force.

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