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POSITIONS OPEN

ACCESS SERVICES LIBRARIAN. City College of New York.Complete position details at: http://www.ccny.cuny.edu/positions/index.html.

ASSOCIATE LIBRARIAN, TECHNICAL SERVICES TEAM.Work immediately in sunny Tucson, Arizona! The newly renovated and expanded library at the University of Arizona seeks a professional to join its team-based, innovative, user-oriented organization. Successful candidate will participate in implementing new standards to broaden the library’s expanding electronic access capabilities (e.g., EAD and Dublin Core), and will provide training and supervision for seven staff and four or five student assistants. Required: MLS from an ALA-accredited institution. Preferred: Strong background in current cataloging policies and procedures, including application of MARC, AACR2, LC Rule Interpretations, LC name and subject authorities, and OCLC; familiarity with and desire to work in a team-based environment; evidence of strong communication and interpersonal skills; evidence of learner-centered teaching skills and ability to teach in a classroom or group setting; and evidence of successful project management. Salary: $51,390 annually. T o Apply: Please send a letter of interest citing position title and Job #22654, current résumé, and the names, addresses, and phone numbers of three professional references to: Martina Johansen, The University of Arizona Library, 1510 East University Boulevard, Room C327, P.O. Box 210055, Tucson, AZ85721 -0055; fax: (520) 626-7715; e-mail: hendricksong@ u.library.arizona.edu. Review of application materials begins February 4,2002, and will continue until the position is filled. For complete job announcement, please visit: http://www.hr.arizona.edU/.TheUniversityofArizonaisan equal opportunity, affirmative action employer-M/W/D/V.

CATALOGING AND INTELLECTUAL ACCESS LIBRARIAN.Hampden-Sydney College seeks a librarian to lead the cataloging and systems administration functions for Eggleston Library. He or she will assume responsibility for the coordination of cataloging and acquisitions activities, training and supervision of staff of three, development of cataloging policies, procedures, and original cataloging. This person will coordinate, plan, administer, evaluate, upgrade, and provide instruction for the library’s automated systems, including Innovative Interfaces and VIVA resources. Will provide leadership in the library’s assessment, operation of, and augmentation to a virtual library environment, including access to e-journals, cataloging of electronic format materials and will coordinate with other librarians in the selection, implementation, and training of electronic resource usage. Assists in the provision of reference services. Some nights and weekend work expected. This is a 12-month position as a librarian with special faculty status. Qualifications: ALA- accredited MLS degree with experience in cataloging, acquisitions, and library system administration. Supervisory skills, strong written and oral communication skills. High level of energy flexibility, creativity, and an eagerness to participate fully in the daily life of liberal arts college library and community. Salary commensurate with qualifications and experience. Deadline for applications is March 15,2002. Starting date is July 1 ‚ 2002. Hampden-Sydney College is a selective private college for men, established in 1775, with a strong commitment to the liberal arts and sciences. Located on a rural campus in southside Virginia, the college is within convenient driving distance to Richmond and Washington, D.C. It serves 1,000 undergraduate students. For more information on Hampden- Sydney College and the library, see: http://www.hsc.edu. T o Apply: Send résumé, cover letter, and the names of three current references to: Barbara Armentrout, Director of Human Resources, Hampden-Sydney College, P.O. Box 127, Hampden-Sydney, VA23943. Hampden-Sydney College is an equal opportunity, M/F employer.

COLLECTION/ELECTRONIC SERVICES LIBRARIAN.(Associate Law Librarian) Texas Tech University Law Library. Duties: Coordinates the librarywide collection development and electronic publishing. Selects, promotes, and manages databases and e-files, Internet resources, and CD-ROM products. Offers training in these areas and reference services. Requirements: MLS from ALA-accredited library school; strong service orientation required. Salary Minimum: $33,864. For specific questions related to the position, contact Robert Hu at: robert.hu @ttu.edu; or (806) 742-3990, ext. 286. Review of applications will begin after February 15, 2002. The position will remain open until filled. For complete position description, visit: http://www.law.ttu.edu/lawlibrary/. Send résumé and application to: Texas Tech University, Personnel Office, Box 41093, Lubbock, TX 79409-1093. Phone: (806)742-3851. Apply online at: http:// www.itis.ttu.edu/personnel.TexasTech University is an EEO/AA/ADA employer.

CURATOR OF MANUSCRIPTS.(Assistant/Senior Assistant Librarian) Responsibilities: Reporting to the Head of the M. E. Grenander Department of Special Collections and Archives, the Curator acquires, appraises, and processes manuscript, photographs, and oral collections; prepares finding aids and guides (paper and electronic); creates MARC AMC records; provides reference service; creates and mounts exhibits; serves as the department’s Webmaster; oversees indexing, digitizing, and reproduction of manuscript holdings; assists university archivist with campus records management program; participates in the development of departmental policies and procedures; supervises student assistants. The M. E. Grenander Department of Special Collections and Archives occupies a state-of-the-art facility located on the third floor of the university's new library building. The collection serves as a repository for manuscripts, archives, rare books, and special collections of original research materials, including the Archives of Public Affairs and Policy and the German Émigré Collection. Consult the department’s Web site for more details on the collection, facility, and position: http://library.albany.edu/ speccoll/. Library faculty at the University at Albany, SUNY, are expected to fulfill faculty obligations in the areas of research, publication, and service to the libraries, university, and profession, as well as specific library assignments. Qualifications: Required: Graduate degree in librarianship from an ALA-accredited institution or foreign equivalent; graduate course work on processing archival or manuscript collections; minimum of one year’s relevant archival and manuscript experience; evidence of professional involvement or scholarly activity; excellent oral, written, and interpersonal skills; knowledge of MARC AMC format; experience with HTML and Web page design, construction, and maintenance; ability to perform physical activities associated with archival environments. Preferred: Knowledge of literary/historical research methods and 20th Century American History; experience with digital trends and initiatives for electronic preservation and access; understanding of text encoding (EAD/ SGML) principles and copyright issues. Salary: Commensurate with education and experience. Salary Minimum: Assistant Librarian $36,200; Senior Assistant Librarian, $42,575. Terms and Benefits: Twelve-month appointment; sick leave and annual leave at 1.25 days each per month; health insurance; dental, vision, and prescription coverage; Social Security coverage; TIAA-CREF or New York State Teachers Retirement available (employee contribution rate 3%). ApplyTo: AnnaZ. Radkowski- Lee, Library Personnel Officer, University Libraries-UL 112, University at Albany, State University of New York, 1400 Washington Avenue, Albany, NY12222. Deadline: Review of letters of application and résumés will begin March 4,2002. Please include the names, addresses, and phone numbers of three references we can contact. The University at Albany, State University of New York is an equal opportunity, affirmative action, IRCA, ADA employer.

DIRECTOR OF LIBRARY SERVICES.West Chester University seeks a Director of Library Services to provide creative vision and strategic leadership in formulating library programs and integrating print-based information materials with digital resources in support of the university’s values and mission of teaching, scholarship, and service. The Library Director is a management position reporting to the Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs and serves as a member of Deans’ Council. As the chief administrative officer of the university libraries, the Library Director oversees all operations and services, and leads the library faculty and staff in a collaborative environment that is responsive to user needs. The Director prepares and manages the library budget, administers the library endowment, and actively participates in fundraising. The Director serves as an advocate and spokesperson for the libraries and develops strong relationships with university and community constituents. West Chester University of Pennsylvania is a comprehensive public institution and a member of the Pennsylvania State System of Higher Education located in the historic town of West Chester within a one-hour drive of Philadelphia. Student enrollment is approximately 12,000 including graduate students in over 60 master’s degree programs. The Francis Harvey Green Library and the Swope Hall Music Library house over 570,000 volumes, including holdings of2,000 periodical subscriptions and access to over 150 electronic databases. Staffing includes an Assistant Director, 12 library faculty, and 24 support staff. West Chester University is actively building aculturally diverse academic community that fosters an inclusive environment and encourages a broad spectrum of candidates to apply. Candidates must have an ALA-accredited MLS degree or equivalent with at least seven years of increasing levels of management responsibilities in an academic or research library. Required experience includes campuswide leadership, strong interpersonal and communication skills, fiscal and budgetary planning, and knowledge of current issues in the field of librarianship, including technological developments in information services. Candidates will be required to demonstrate and elaborate further on their experiences during the interview process. An additional master’s or doctorate and experience working with collective bargaining agreements are desirable. Salary range is in the mid to high $80s and is dependent on qualifications and experience. Excellent benefits package is provided. Finalists must successfully complete an on-campus interview including a formal presentation. For more information about the university, visit our Website at: http://www.wcupa.edu. Review of applications will begin on March 1 ‚ 2002, and will continue until the position is filled. Forward a letter of application addressing the requirements forthe position along with a current vita, and names, addresses, telephone numbers, and e-mail addresses of five professional references, with at least one from a recent position, to: Human Resource Services, Re: Director of Library Services, 201 Carter Drive, West Chester University, West Chester, PA 19383.

DIRECTOR OF THE LIBRARY.Peabody College, Vanderbilt University. Description: The Directordevelops and manages the programs of the Peabody Library whose primary subject focus is education and psychology. The Director has overall responsibility for collections, information, and building services, and provides the leadership and direction for five professional staff, three support staff, and students. More specifically, the director has primary responsibility for the management of collections funds; budget planning and control; library public relations; staff selection, supervision, and development; and facilities planning for this library. The Director participates actively in the organizational support of Peabody College’s programs, research centers, and services and is included on the Peabody Executive Committee. The Director reports to the university librarian and fosters and maintains strong ties with the Peabody Dean and the college’s faculty and administration. The Director serves as a member of the Library Management Council along with the directors of the other libraries in the system. Qualifications: An MLS from an ALA-accredited institution is required; additional graduate study is desirable. Applicants must have professional experience in libraries, including supervisory responsibility. Experience in academic libraries is preferred. The successful candidate will demonstrate knowledge of the educational and research needs of the academic comm unity; commitment to the goals of scholarship; enthusiasm for developing a library for the future including the integration of electronic resources and services in the provision of library services; a record of management skills and creative leadership, and a vision of the library as the intellectual gathering place within the academic community. Environment: Vanderbilt University consists of 10 schools and colleges with an enrollment of over 10,000. The Heard Library system has a collection of more than 2.6 million volumes and a staff of 216. The library is a member of the Association of Research Libraries, SOLI NET, and the Association of Southeastern Research Libraries. The Peabody Education Library is located on the Peabody College campus. The College ranks fifth in the United States in the comparisons of graduate programs in education, and it has significant programs in psychology, special education, and human organization and development. Current enrollment in Peabody programs, undergraduate through Ph.D., is 1,577 students. The library supports the research and curriculum needs of Peabody College, as well as providing access to education and psychology information and materials for the wider Vanderbilt community. Resources include over 228,000 volumes, 711 current serial subscriptions and numerous electronic resources, a curriculum lab, and a youth collection. The director manages an annual operating budget of approximately $680,000. For more information on the Peabody Education Library and Peabody College, consult the library homepage at: http://www.library.vanderbilt.edu/ education/home.html. Vanderbilt University is located in Nashville, Tennessee, a major business and education center in the mid-South with a population of over one million in the metropolitan area. Compensation: Salary negotiable and commensurate with experience. Benefits are those that accrue to exempt staff of the university including health care insurance, retirement plan options, tuition discount program, and paid vacation, sick leave, and holidays. Applications received by February 15,2002, will be given first consideration. The position will remain open until it is filled. Send letter of application and résumé, with names, addresses, e-mail addresses, and phone numbers of three references to: Lisa Shipman, Library Personnel Officer, Vanderbilt University Library, 419 21st Avenue South, Nashville, TN 37240-0007. Vanderbilt University is an affir mative action, equal opportunity employer. Minorities, persons with disabilities, and women are encouraged to apply.

DISTANCE EDUCATION LIBRARIAN.Southwest State University invites applications for a full-time, tenure-track faculty position to begin August 1,2002. Faculty member will collaborate with teaching facultyto develop appropriate support for distance learning classes; develop and provide bibliographic instruction using multiple methodologies. Participation in collegial management of the library and shared reference services are included. Some weekend travel is required. MLS or equivalent is required; ALA preferred. Required Qualifications: Familiarity with distance education teaching and research; evidence of interpersonal and team collaboration skills; strong oral and written communication skills covering Web page design and management; creation of print materials; and library instruction methodology. Desirable Qualifications: Experience providing distance reference service, using video conference in a classroom environment, and the ability to troubleshoot network and other computer problems when teaching off-campus. Letter of application addressing position qualifications, vita, official transcripts, and name, address, and phone numbers of three references should be submitted to: Office of Human Resources, Southwest State University, 1501 State Street, Marshall, MN 56258. Review of the applications will begin on February 1, 2002, and will continue until position is filled. E-mail: okrinab @ southwest.msus.edu. Visit us at: www.southwest.msus.edu. Southwest State University isan equal opportunity educatorand employer.

ELECTRONIC RESOURCES/INSTRUCTION LIBRARIAN.Southwest State University invites applications for a full-time, tenure-track faculty position to begin August 1 ‚ 2002. Faculty member will participate in bibliographic instruction/information literacy, will lead in the promotion and selection of electronic resources, and will coordinate the maintenance of library workstations. Expertise in emerging technologies and participation in innovative library projects is expected. This library faculty member will be the primary liaison with the broader university technology initiatives. Participation in collegial management of the Library and shared reference services are included. MLS or equivalent is required; ALA preferred. This position requires: Strong computer skills in PC applications and familiarity in Web design; evidence of strong commitment to public service; ability to work effectively with faculty, staff, and students in a rapidly changing and diverse environment; demonstration of effective teaching skills; and excellent interpersonal and collaboration skills. Letter of application addressing position qualifications, vita, official transcripts and name, address, and phone numbers of three references should be submitted to: Office of Human Resources, Southwest State University, 1501 State Street, Marshall, MN 56258. Review of the applications will begin on February 1 ‚ 2002, and will continue until position is filled. E-mail: okrinab@southwest.msus.edu. Visit us at: www.southwest.msus.edu. Southwest State University is an equal opportunity educatorand employer.

ELECTRONIC RESOURCES LIBRARIAN.The Thomas J. Watson Library, the research library of The Metropolitan Museum of Art, invites applications for the position of Electronic Resources Librarian. This position is responsible for training and support in the use of the resources provided by the Lita Annenberg Hazen and Joseph H. Hazen Centerfor Electronic Information Resources. Responsibilities: The Electronic Resources Librarian manages an extensive collection in multiple electronic formats, selects and evaluates new resources, and maintains an active instructional program. This position manages the library’s Intranet services, and guides the development and maintenance of the library’s presence on the Museum’s Web site; creates print and online instructional aids; provides scheduled reference desk sen/ice using print and electronic resources; participates in the training of librarystaff in online resources, including new systems applications; participates in the creation of finding aids and other online library documentation; works closely with the Head of Reader Services to coordinate the integration of electronic resources with the library's traditional reference service functions and collaborates with library unit heads to ensure a program of effective training in the use of electronic resources. This position serves as a member of the library’s management group. Qualifications: MLS degree;three years’ (minimum) experience providing humanities reference sen/ice utilizing print and electronic sources; experience in Web site management; demonstrated experience and success in organizing and presenting library instruction sessions and workshops; experience selecting and evaluating resources including Web sites; ability to create and maintain Web pages using HTML. Knowledge of basic microcomputer hardware in a networked environment is essential. Ability to work in a collaborative manner with library and museum staff. The Thomas J. Watson Library is the research library of The Metropolitan Museum of Art. With holdings of 500,000 volumes, 2,500 current periodical subscriptions and extensive electronic resources, Watson Library is one of the most comprehensive collections in the world for the history of art. The Hazen Center opened in 1997 and it has set the standard in building a collection and training in the use of electronic resources for the history of art. The library has a total staff of 40, including 16 librarians. Please mail letter of application and résumé to: The Metropolitan Museum of Art, Department of Human Resources, Box IT, 1000 Fifth Avenue, New York, NY 10028-0198. Review of applicants will begin on February 1 ‚ 2002. Applications will be accepted until the position is filled. Equal opportunity employer.

HEAD LIBRARIAN.Dominican College Library, Washington, D.C. The Dominican House of Studies, a Roman Catholic graduate School of Theology, is seeking a qualified Head Librarian who would be in charge of the day-to-day administration of the library. This person is responsible for facility maintenance, personnel management, acquisitions, and acts as reference librarian. The library serves around 500 patrons, has about 75,000 volumes and over 400 serial titles, focusing on traditional Thomistic and Dominican topics. The librarian must oversee the automation of the library’s collection so technical computerization experience is necessary. The Head Librarian should have an ALA-accredited MLS with at least five years experience. A reading knowledge of modern languages and a master’s degree in Catholic Theology would be helpful. The position is available immediately. Salary is negotiable. Please send résumé and three references to: assistant ©dhs.edu; or mail to: Honya Weeks, The Dominican House of Studies, 487 Michigan Avenue, NE, Washington, DC20017. For more information, call: (202) 529-5300.

INSTRUCTION COORDINATOR.(Assistant or Associate Librarian) Louisiana State University seeks an energetic and innovative individual for the position of Instruction Coordinator. This individual will take a leadership role in using new technologies and teaching methods to continually upgrade the current instruction program, participate in information literacy initiatives throughout the campus, and serve as the team leader for the Instruction Committee. The individual is expected to meet requirements for promotion and tenure. For a detailed description of the position, goto: http://www.lib.lsu.edu/lib/jobs/index.html. Qualifications: Required: MLS degree from an ALA-accredited institution; supervisory experience; experience in providing reference and instruction services in an academic library; excellent teaching and presentation skills; experience in providing and planning library instruction; experience with and knowledge of electronic information resources and technologies; commitment to public service and to the promotion of information literacy; demonstrated excellence in interpersonal, oral, and written communication; demonstrated ability to work in a team setting and to handle multiple responsibilities in a changing environment; demonstrated ability to work effectively, independently, and cooperatively with all elements of a highly diverse academic community. Preferred: Second master’s degree in Education or Educational Technology or other related are as. Salary and Benefits: $40,000 perfiscal year minimum, dependent upon qualifications and experience; 12-month, tenure-trackappointment; excellent benefits. Application: Review of applications will begin February 28,2002, and will continue until position is filled. Candidates should submit a letter of application, résumé, and names, addresses, and telephone numbers of three references to: Caroline Wire, Assistant to the Dean, 295 Middleton Library, Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge, LA70803. Ref.#000841.

LIBRARIAN.Audiovisual Services, San Diego Mesa College. For more information, visit: www.sdccd.net/employment.

LIBRARY INSTRUCTION COORDINATOR.California State University (CSU), Monterey Bay, seeks a Coordinator to provide leadership in facilitating the library’s Information Competence (IC) program, including promotion, coordination, delivery, and assessment. Involves curriculum planning and direct instruction for lower-division general education courses, and coordination of IC instruction in upper division courses. Participates in reference services and collection development. For a full position description, please see: http://csumb.edu/jobs/faculty/. 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. This is a 12-month, tenure-track, faculty appointment with a salary of approximately $52,000. First consideration given to applications received by March 15,2002. Apply to: Faculty Recruitment/Human Resources Development and EEO, California State University, Monterey Bay, 100 Campus Center, Building 23, Seaside, CA 93955-8001; phone: (831) 582-3389; fax: (831) 582-3040. E-mail applications are encouraged: faculty_recruitment@csumb.edu.

LIBRARY INTERNSHIPS.University of New Mexico (UNM) General Library Faculty Position: Lecturer II 1,12-month, non-tenure-trackappoint- ment. Responsible to: Director of Zimmerman Library. Salary range: $30,000 to $34,000 for 12 months. Job Requisition Number: JR 5305A and JR 5305B. Position Description: Two positions available. These internships are designed for recent graduates of an ALA-accredited library and information science program. Interns will be provided opportunities to develop expertise in a variety of public service functions, instruction, Web-based services, and library technology in a large ARL academic library. Appointments are for one year, renewable annually for up to two additional years. Renewal is subject to program needs, library budget, and job performance. Interns will participate in faculty governance as detailed in the UNM Faculty Handbook. Duties: Public Service functions with emphasis on general reference provision and instruction. Assist with the development of Web-based services (e.g., subject pages, finding guides, and online tutorials); participate in library technology problem solving and library information technology discussions and applications; assist in the management of the electronic classrooms; may, depending on interest or need, be involved in collection development activities, the identification and evaluation of new public service and library technology programs, pilot projects, usersurveys, and distance education activities; may assist with outreach programs. Requirements: Graduate degree from an ALA- accredited program in library and information science between May2000 and June 2002 with coursework in public services, library instruction, and electronic resources; proven computer skills and training; communication and interpersonal skills; demonstrated commitment to public services, information literacy, and outreach activities. Desired: Library instruction or teaching experience; reference or library information desk experience; experience in Web-based or other electronic multimedia teaching environments; evidence of professional development (e.g., attendance at library-related conferences); proven ability to work in a highly electronic environment; evidence of high motivation and creativity. Applications must be postmarked by 5:00 p.m. on February 21 ‚ 2002. Submit signed letter of interest, graduate school transcript and résumé, including names,telephone numbers, e-mail addresses, and postal addresses of three professional references we may contactto: Rita Critchfield, Library Personnel Specialist, General Library, University of New Mexico, Albuquerque, NM 87131 -1466. Afull copy of this job description including background and benefits information is available at: http://www.unm.edu/~libadmin/libjob.htm. The University of New Mexico isan equal employment opportunity, affirmative action employer.

MANAGER OF DIGITAL SUPPORT.(Search Extended) Trinity University, San Antonio, Texas. Directs Endeavor system; coordinates development of Webpages, online resources, PC maintenance, andtraining. Fordetailed information, visit: http://lib.trinity.edu/libinfo/positions/. Trinity University is an EEOC/AA employer.

PHYSICALSCIENCES LIBRARIAN.The Iowa State University Library seeks applications for a Physical Sciences Librarian, at the rank of Assistant Professor, for a full-time, 12-month, tenure-track faculty appointment. Works in an innovative and team-based centralized reference environmentthat emphasizes electronic reference and user education, including the e-Library (a full-scale virtual library), mediated and end-user online searching, and a course-related instructional program with a growing emphasis on electronic delivery. Works at General Reference Desk in the main library, including some evenings and weekends, answering questions on all subjects. Serves as subject specialist in Science and Technology Department, performing reference, instruction, and collection development activities as part of a team of six to eight faculty members. Conducts in-depth consultations and course-related instruction in science and technology areas with emphasis in physical sciences. Provides consultation services and collection developmenl/management for Physical Sciences Reading Room. Engages in scholarship appropriate to faculty appointment. Reports to the Head of the Science and Technology Department. Required Qualifications: ALA-accredited MLS; ability to meet promotion and tenure standards; degree or significant course work in physical sciences or experience in science reference/collection development; strong commitment to public service; ability to work effectively with all levels of university clientele in a changing environment; commitment to a consultative/participatory style of management; and effective interpersonal, presentation, and communication skills. Preferred Qualifications: Education or experience in chemistry, physics, or related areas; advanced science degree; knowledge of database searching (particularly SciFinder, Beilstein, STN, or DIALOG); experience developing and delivering discipline-related instructional sessions. Salary: $33,000 minimum, depending upon experience and qualifications. Letter of application, résumé, and contact information for three references must be received by March 1 ‚ 2002, to guarantee consideration and should be sent to: Chair, Physical Sciences Librarian Search Committee, Iowa State University, 302 Parks Library, Ames, IA50011 - 2140. Fora complete description, see: http://www.lib.iastate.edu/libinfo/ reptempl/empLphyssci.html. For information about Iowa State University, see: www.iastate.edu; ISU Library: www.lib.iastate.edu; and the community of Ames: www.ames.ia.us. Iowa State University is an equal opportunity, affirmative action employer.

PUBLIC SERVICES LIBRARIAN.Hampden-Sydney College seeks a librarian to provide reference and information services, instruction and selection, development and maintenance of electronic resources. Heor she will assume responsibility for the provision of reference services to the students, faculty, and staff. Will provide management and supervision of circulation, interlibrary loan, periodicals, and government documents. Will train and supervise staff of two. Will coordinate electronic resources and maintain the library portion of the Hampden-Sydney College Web site. This is a 12-month position as a librarian with special faculty status. Some night and weekend work expected. Qualifications: ALA-accredited MLS degree with experience in academic reference and instruction; supervisory skills; strong written and oral communication skills; high level of energy, flexibility, and creativity; and an eagerness to participate fully in the daily life of a liberal arts college library and community. Salary commensurate with qualifications and experience. Deadline for applications is March 15, 2002. Starting date is June 1 ‚ 2002. Hampden-Sydney College is a selective private college for men, established in 1775, with a strong commitment to the liberal arts and sciences. Located on a rural campus in southside Virginia, the college is within convenient driving distance to Richmond and Washington, D.C. It serves 1,000 undergraduate students. Formore information on Hampden-Sydney College and the library, see: http://www.hsc.edu.To Apply: Send résumé, cover letter, and the names of three current references to: Barbara Armentrout, Directorof Human Resources, Hampden- Sydney College, P.O. Box 127, Hampden-Sydney, VA23943. Hampden- Sydney College is an equal opportunity, M/F employer.

PUBLIC SERVICES LIBRARIAN.Hendrix College. Anationally ranked liberal arts college is seeking a Public Sen/ices Librarian to share responsibilities in reference, interlibrary loan services, and circulation. Master’s degree from an ALA-accredited program is required. Bailey Library, a growing, sen/ice-oriented organization, needs a bright and enthusiastic librarian who can work cooperatively in a changing environment. The ideal candidate will have academic reference experience in the liberal arts with some knowledge of the sciences and scientific reference, positive communication skills and an enthusiasm for library services, knowledge of electronic reference technologies, plus instructional and interlibrary loan experience. Some evening and weekend duties. Competitive salary, faculty status, liberal fringe benefits, andl 2-month contract. Send letter of application, curriculum vitae, at least three letters of reference, and transcripts of all graduate and undergraduate work by February 28,2002. Application materials should be sent to: Amanda Moore, Director, Bailey Library, Hendrix College, 1600 Washington Avenue, Conway, AR 72032. Hendrix is a distinguished liberal arts college with an endowment of $130 million, sheltering a chapter of Phi Beta Kappa, located in Conway, Arkansas, 30 miles from Little Rock at the foothills of the Ozark Mountains. Thecollege‚relatedto the United Methodist Church, has a strong commitment to excellence in teaching liberal arts. Hendrix is an equal opportunity employer. Women and members of minority groups are especially encouraged to apply. Please visit our Web site at: www.hendrix.edu.

REFERENCE LIBRARIAN.(Associate Law Librarian) Texas Tech University Law Library. Duties: Provides reference, instruction, training, interlibrary loan, and document delivery. Will participate in collection development. Requirements: JD and MLS from ALA-accredited library school. Strong service orientation required. Salary Minimum: $33,864. For specific questions related to the position, contact Robert Hu at: robert.hu ©ttu.edu; or (806) 742-3990, ext. 286. Review of applications will begin after February 15,2002. The position will remain open until filled. For complete position description, visit: http://www.law.ttu.edu/lawlibrary/. Send résumé and application to: Texas Tech University, Personnel Office, Box 41093, Lubbock, TX 79409-1093. Phone: (806) 742-3851. Apply online at: http://www.itis.ttu.edu/personnel.TexasTech University is an EEO/AA/ADA employer.

SCIENCE REFERENCE LIBRARIAN.(Assistant Librarian) Louisiana State University seeks an energetic and innovative individual for the position of Science Reference Librarian. This individual will fulfill a combination of responsibilities including serving at the libraries’ main reference desk; participating as a member of the Outreach Committee; providing collection development services and serving as a faculty liaison for one or more subject disciplines. The individual is expected to meet requirements for promotion and tenure. For a detailed description of the position, goto: http://www.lib.lsu.edu/lib/jobs/index.html. Qualifications: Required: MLS from an ALA-accredited library school; undergraduate degree or course work in the sciences or relevant work experience; strong computer skills, including the ability to create Web pages; ability to work both independently and collegially in a demanding and rapidly changing environment; excellent interpersonal, communication, and organizational skills; evidence of ability to meet tenure requirements. Preferred: Advanced science degree and/or relevant experience in the sciences; familiarity with current bibliographic and reference sources in the sciences; experience in collection development, reference work, and/or bibliographic instruction in an academic library; record of ability to develop and implement effective, innovative public service, instruction, or outreach projects, services, or programs. Salary and Benefits: $33,500 per fiscal year minimum, dependent upon qualifications and experience; 12-month, tenure-track appointment; excellent benefits. Application: Review of applications will begin February 28,2002, and will continue until position is filled. Candidates should submit a letter of application, résumé, and names, addresses, and telephone numbers of three references to: Caroline Wire, Assistant to the Dean, 295 Middleton Library, Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge, LA70803. Ref.#004867.

SERIALS LIBRARIAN.James W. Miller Learning Resources Center, St. Cloud State University (located 70 miles northwest of Minneapolis/St. Paul) invites applications for a Serials Librarian, Assistant Professor, to begin fall 2002 in the James W. Miller Learning Resources Center. Type of Appointment: Tenure-track, nine months plus 28 additional duty days. Salary Range: $45,000-$60,000 (commensurate with academic qualifications and experience). Responsibilities: The Serials Librarian will provide leadership, coordination, management, and assessment for collections and serials services; supervise a library technician; coordinate with other library sen/ices; help to develop policies and procedures; work with the serials committee; and participate in the college liaison program. The position will include teaching in the Center for Information Media and advising. The ability to teach and perform effectively, a record of scholarly achievement or research, continued preparation and study, contribution to student growth and development, and service to the university and community are required for promotion and tenure. Qualifications and Experience: ALA-accredited master’s degree; demonstrated understanding of the nature of scholarly communication, academic collections, and their relation to teaching and learning; demonstrated knowledge of serials, serial records, serials cataloging, and classification; strong organizational and computer skills; demonstrated ability to work independently and collegially and to communicate effectively orally and in writing; demonstrated ability to interact with persons from culturally diverse backgrounds. Preferred: Second graduate degree; experience working with serials in an academic library. Application Information and Deadline: A completed application must include a letterof application, vita, graduate transcripts (copies acceptable for initial screening), and contact information including e-mail addresses of three references. Send To: Serials Librarian Search Committee, c/o Dean, Learning Resources and Technology Services, St. Cloud State University, 720 4th Avenue South, St. Cloud, MN 56301-4498; phone: (320) 255-2022; fax: (320) 255-4778. Applicant screening will begin on February 25,2002, and continue until a suitable applicant is identified. SCSU is committed to excellence and actively supports cultural diversity. To promote this endeavor, we invite individuals who contribute to such diversity to apply, including minorities, women, GLBT, persons with disabilities, and veterans.

TECHNICAL SERVICES LEADER.The University of the Pacific Library is seeking aTechnical Services leader to join its faculty in furthering the teaching and learning goals of the library by connecting the management of technical services (acquisitions, cataloging, processing, and interlibrary loan/document delivery) to the larger educational needs of students and faculty. This librarian will pursue effective processes and policies for Technical Services as a whole while also serving as the primary resource person for cataloging staff. This librarian should possess a commitment to learning and teaching, a focus on user needs, and the ability to infuse similar values among technical services personnel through training and development. Required: ALA-accredited master’s degree in library or information science; three or more years’ experience; knowledge of cataloging processes; demonstrated collaborative, innovative, and responsible leadership in the academic library environment; ability to promote a creative and proactive approach to technical services issues, to work cooperatively, and to foster teamwork; strong supervisory and personnel skills; ability to analyze and evaluate complex technical issues, formulate options, and develop solutions; commitment to innovative, quality sen/ices and willingness to work in a flexible, changing environment. Salary, Rank, and Benefits: Salary $43,000 minimum, negotiable; faculty rank commensurate with qualifications and experience. Librarians must meet promotion and tenure requirements. Twenty-four days’vacation, 15 holidays/seasonal, excellent support for professional development, TIAA-CREF retirement, tuition remission, and other generous benefits. Application: Send letter of application, résumé, and the names, addresses, and phone numbers of three references to: Kathlin Ray, Assistant Dean, University Library, University of the Pacific, 3601 Pacific Avenue, Stockton, CA95211. Applications will be accepted until the position is filled. Those received by March 1 ‚ 2002, will receive first consideration. See our Web sites: www.uop.edu and library.uop.edu. University of the Pacific is an equal opportunity, affirmative action employer.

TECHNICAL SERVICES LIBRARIAN.Rock Valley College, a comprehensive community college located in Rockford, Illinois, is seeking an innovative, enthusiastic individual for its professional library staff. Primary responsibilities include: Planning and supervision of all aspects of technical services including collections development, acquisitions, original and copy cataloging, maintenance of an electronic database, and supervision of cataloging and acquisitions assistants. In addition, this position shares responsibility for reference service and instruction with other members of the professional library staff. This is a full-time, 12- month appointment, which includes evening and weekend work schedule rotation. Minimum requirements include: Master's degree from an ALA- accredited college and two or more years’ experience in an academic library technical service position; familiarity with cataloging and acquisitions agencies such as OCLC and CORC formats, electronic resources, LCSH, and PC-based applications including MS Office, Windows, and HTML. Preferred qualifications include: Experience with the Endeavor Voyager library system, teaching or faculty/librarian collaboration experience, and Web page design skills. The minimum compensation for this position is $39,159 per year and includes a comprehensive benefits package. For more details about the position and application process, please visit our Web page at www. rockvalleycol lege.com/campus/jobpost. The formal search will begin on January 14,2002, and continue until the position is filled. To apply, interested individuals should send a letter of application, detailed résumé, transcript copies, and names, addresses, and telephone numbers of three references to: Human Resources Department, Rock Valley College, 3301 North Mulford Road, Rockford, IL 61114. An equal opportunity employer(M/F/H/V).

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DIRECTOR OF LIBRARY (HEAD LIBRARIAN).Midlands Technical College. Vacancy: #1840. Location: Airport Campus. Description of Position: Administers and manages the services and personnel of a multi-campus libraiy that serves more than 9,000 students; manages and expands technology in library services; plans strategically for long-range goals; designs work plans to maximize the skills and collaboration of personnel; interfaces libraiy services and technology with the college’s initiatives; coordinates the technical and public service, administration, technology, and instructional functions of the library. Qualifications: MLS from an ALA-accredited institution; minimum of three years administrative experience in a library, preferably at the community college level; excellent oral and written communication skills as well as interpersonal skills; experience working with diverse academic areas. Salary: Competitive and determined by evaluating qualifications. Excellent benefits program that includes: Employer provided health, dental, and life insurance; paid holidays; sick leave; and state retirement. To Apply: Interested persons meeting the required qualifications should submit a Midlands Technical College Application Form or SC State Government Application Form (www.state.sc.us/jobs/apphcation) and official transcripts to: Midlands Technical College, Human Resource Management Division, Post Office Box 2408, Columbia, SC 29202. Social security number and vacancy number must be included for application to be processed. An application form may be obtained by calling: (803) 822-3252 or (803) 822-3500. Deadline: Open until filled. AA/EOE/ADA. Campus Security Act information available upon request.

GOVERNMENT DOCUMENTS LIBRARIAN. Colorado College,Colorado Springs. Leading four-year liberal arts college seeks service-oriented professional to manage the Government Documents collection and services. Also serves as liaison to academic department and provides general reference service. MLS plus two years’ experience. Starting salary minimum: $33,000. Search extended. Review of applications will continue until the position is filled. For more information, visit our Web site at: www.ColoradoCollege.edu/HR. Equal opportunity employer.

REFERENCE LIBRARIAN.The Augustana College Libraiy is seeking applications for the position of librarian. The librarian will work with seven other librarians to facilitate the use of information resources in the teaching and learning of the college community. This is an excellent opportunity for a librarian seeking to undertake a variety of projects in a supportive, risk-taking environment. Responsibilities include reference, information literacy instruction, collection development and liaison with teaching faculty in the Fine and Performing Arts Division (including Music, Art, Art History, Speech Communications, Theater Arts, and Communications Sciences and Disorders), and coordinating the exhibits and programming of the libraiy. Send application letter, a separate single-page statement of your philosophy of librarianship, résumé, and the names, addresses, and telephone numbers of three references to: Jonathan Miller, Library Director, Augustana College Library,63938th Street, Rock Island, IL 61201- 2296. Review of applications will begin immediately and continue until the vacancy is filled. Applications received before April 13, 2002, will receive first consideration. Preferably, the successful candidate will start work before the end of August 2002. For a complete position description and more information about the libraiy, the college, and the Quad Cities, visit the college Web site at: http://www.augustana.edu/library/jobopenings.html.

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