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THE CLASSIFIED ADS

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). Late job listings will be accepted on a space-available basis after the second of the month.

Rates:Classified advertisements are $5.75 per line for ACRL members, $7.25 for others. Late job notices are $13.75 per line for members, $16.20 for others. Organizations submitting ads will be charged according to their membership status.

Telephone:All telephone orders should be confirmed by a written order mailed to ACRL headquarters as soon as possible. Orders should be accompanied by a typewritten copy of the ad to be used in proofreading. An additional $15 will be charged for ads taken over the phone (except late job notices or display ads).

Guidelines:For ads which list an application deadline, that date must 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 figure. 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.

JOBLINE:Call (312) 944-6795 for late-breaking job ads for academic and research library positions. A pre-recorded summary of positions listed with the service is revised weekly; each Friday a new tape includes all ads received by 1:00 p.m. the previous day. Each listing submitted will be carried on the recording for two weeks. The charge for each two-week listing is $30 for ACRL members and $35 for non-members.

Fast Job Listing Service:A special newsletter for those actively seeking positions. This service lists job postings received at ACRL headquarters four weeks before they appear in C&fìL News, as well as ads which, because of narrow deadlines, will not appear in C&RL News. The cost of a six-month subscription is $15 for ACRL members and $20 for non-members.

Contact:Classified Advertising Department, ACRL, American Library Association, 50 E. Huron St., Chicago, IL 60611-2795; (312)944-6780.

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POSITIONS OPEN

ACQUISITIONS LIBRARIANto manage the activities of an eightperson, automated (INNOVACQ) department responsible for ordering, receiving, binding, and mending monographs and serials. The library has a materials budget of 1.5 million, acquires 12,000+ monographs per year through firm orders and approval plans, and subscribes to 5,200 periodicals. Acquisitions librarian reports to the Head of Collection Development. Required: ALA-accredited MLS, experience supervising staff and managing projects, excellent communication and bibliographic skills, and experience in or familiarity with acquisitions and binding processes. Minimum salary is $24,000 for a 12-month appointment. Fringe benefits include 20 working days annual leave, tuition waiver, TIAA/CREF, life and fully paid family health insurance. Applications received by Septemberō, 1989 will receive first consideration. To apply send letter of application, resume, and names of at least 3 references to: Elaine M. Albright, Director of Libraries, Raymond H. Fogler Library, University of Maine, Orono, Maine 04469. The University of Maine is an Affirmative Action, Equal Opportunity Employer.

ACQUISITIONS/SERIALS LIBRARIAN(search extended). Unique opportunity to participate in major new building and automation project. Responsible for acquisition and processing of periodicals, standing orders, government documents; some monographic acquisition work as assigned. Supervises paraprofessional staff. Required: ALA-accredited MLS and minimum one year experience in acquisitions or serials control. Knowledge of WLN or other utility, familiarity with automated serials control systems, microcomputer experience, additional graduate degree desirable but not mandatory. This is a 12-month, tenure-track faculty appointment. Minimum salary $21,000 plus liberal faculty benefits including relocation assistance. Review of applications begins September 20, 1989. Send letter of application and resume, plus names, addresses, and telephone numbers of 3 current references to: Eileen Bell-Garrison, Head of Technical Services, Crosby Library, Gonzaga University, Spokane, WA 99258.

ANDREW W. MELLON CURATOR OF BOOKS AND EXHIBITIONS.Primary focus is on the period of the Renaissance and early modern Western civilization. Curator will serve as overall coordinator, organizer, and administrator of Folger public exhibitions. Will work with Head Conservator in establishing conservation policies and in selecting early printed materials for conservation treatment. Will be a resource for information about the Library and its collections of printed materials. Will suggest, when appropriate, printed materials for acquisition. A degree in Library Science or an advanced degree in English Literature, History, or other field in Renaissance study is required with at least three years experience in a research library or in research-oriented activity beyond a degree program. Experience in organizing and researching library exhibitions and some familiarity with problems of conservation are highly desirable. Salary range: $30,000-$35,000 with excellent fringe benefits. For complete job description and other particulars write to: Personnel Office, Folger Shakespeare Library, 201 E. Capitol St., S.E., Washington, DC 20003. An equal opportunity employer.

ASSISTANT BIBLIOGRAPHIC CONTROL LIBRARIAN,Clemson University, (newly created position). Responsibilities: Under direction of the Head of Reference, assists the Coordinator of Bibliographic Instruction in planning, developing, and providing library instruction and tours. Provides in-depth reference and consultation service, collection development and evaluation, online searching, bibliographic instruction, and other liaison activities in the subject areas of forest and recreational resources. Works with ten other reference librarians in providing reference service and freshman library orientation. Qualifications: ALA-accredited MLS required. Degree in natural resources, forestry, recreation or tourism, and reference or teaching experience preferred. Faculty status, retirement plans including South Carolina and TIAA/CREF, various medical plans, dental plan, liberal leave. Salary range: $21,000 minimum depending upon qualifications and rank. Clemson University Library, one of the important research facilities in the Southeast, has a collection of 13,500 serial titles and 1,486,658 volumes and uses NOTIS and BRS Search software. The staff includes 25 librarians and 60 support staff. Candidates applying by September 30, 1989, will receive first consideration. Send letter of application with resume and names, addresses, and telephone numbers of 3 references to: Lisa Ridenour, Chair, Assistant Bibliographic Instruction Librarian Search Committee, R.M. Cooper Library, Clemson University, Clemson, SC 29634-3001. Clemson University is an affirmative action, equal opportunity employer. The university is particularly interested in the applications or nominations of women and minorities.

ASSISTANT BIOLOGY LIBRARIAN.Under direction from the Biology Librarian, the Assistant Biology Librarian coordinates reference and online searching services; is responsible for bibliographic instruction, supervision of some support staff, and some original cataloging. Position works closely with the Biology Librarian in the areas of planning, collection development, and inhouse automation projects. Department: Biology Library serves some 400 faculty and researchers, 375 graduate students, and a large undergraduate body. It has a materials budget of $295,000 and houses a working collection of 113,000+ volumes, including 2,000+ serial titles. Its staff includes 2 FTE librarians, .5 FTE graduate assistant, 4.5 FTE support staff, and other student assistants. Qualifications: Required MLS/ALA-accredited. One year of professional or preprofessional academic/research library experience. Extensive coursework or library experience in life sciences literature. Online searching experience. Research orientation and promotion/tenure eligibilities. Preferred: Experience in reference or bibliographic instruction; familiarity with personal computer packages, such as word processors, database management systems, or spreadsheets. Desired: Supervisory and cataloging experience. Salary/Rank: $21,000 upward, depending on qualifications/experience. Twelve-month appointment as Assistant Professor. Must meet University requirements for promotion and tenure (librarianship, research, publications, university/professional service). Application: Send application, resume, names and addresses of five professional references by October 15, 1989, to: Allen G. Dries, Library Personnel Manager, University of Illinois Library (UC), 1408 W. Gregory Drive, Urbana, IL 61801. Phone (217) 333- 5494. The University of Illinois is an affirmative action, equal opportunity employer.

ASSISTANT CURATOR FOR MANUSCRIPTS,Essex Institute, Salem, Massachusetts. Accessioning, processing, and cataloging manuscript and archival photograph collections; assisting in reader service, donor relations, and coordinating preservation microfilming. Qualifications: MLS or MA in American history; concentration in archives and cataloging; knowledge of computer applications. Salary $18,000-$20,000 negotiable. To apply, send cover letter, resume, and names of three references by October 1, 1989, to: Personnel Officer, Essex Institute, 132 Essex Street, Salem, MA 01970.

ASSISTANT DEAN FOR TECHNICAL SERVICES,the University of Kansas Libraries—a tenure-track, 12-month appointment. Responsible for the direction of the Library’s five departments, including 21 professional and 51 paraprofessional staff, primarily concerned with technical operations—Acquisitions, Serials, Cataloging, the Slavic Department, and the Department for Spain, Portugal, and Latin America—and for the coordination of technical operations (acquisition, cataloging, serials, and preservation) throughout the Library system. The Assistant Dean will oversee a materials budget of $3.5 million and will be responsible for the formulation and implementation of collection development policies in consultation with the Collection Development Librarian, the Acquisitions and Serials Librarians, library bibliographers, and representatives of the faculty. The Assistant Dean will have direct involvement in the general administration of the Library and will represent the Library in technical service matters at the University, state, regional, and national levels. Requires graduate degree in library science; an understanding of and commitment to higher education generally and to teaching, scholarship, and research in particular; minimum of five years of successful research library experience; broad knowledge of and experience with technical operations and procedures; minimum of three years experience in management of a major technical services operation; demonstrated leadership ability in working with faculty and library staff; ability to write and speak effectively; knowledge of current issues in collection development and management; working knowledge of and experience with automated technologies and their appropriateness for library operations; demonstrated commitment to a consultative/participative managerial style; appreciation of the importance of successful interaction between public and technical services operations; commitment to affirmative action; strong skills in communication, interpersonal relations, planning, and resource management. Prefer advanced academic training in a subject discipline; broad knowledge of European languages; experience in library public services; experience in collection development. Salary dependent upon qualifications, minimum $45,000. Excellent benefits. Application deadline: Applications postmarked by October 1, 1989, will be given first consideration. Review of applications will occur monthly thereafter until the position is filled. To apply, submit letter of application, resume, copies of undergraduate and graduate transcripts, and names of three references to: Sandra Gilliland, Assistant to the Dean for Personnel, The University of Kansas Libraries, Lawrence, KS 66045-2800. An AA/EOE Employer.

ASSISTANT DIRECTOR FOR TECHNICAL SERVICES, University of Florida. Administers, coordinates, and provides leadership for the technical operations of the UF Libraries and has line responsibility for Acquisitions, Cataloging, Preservation, and Systems; bears principle responsibility for technical services policies and goals, for coordination with Collection Management, Public Services, and Administrative Services Divisions, and for relations with organizations providing major technical support to the Libraries. Required: ALA-accredited MLS; diversified and increasingly responsible administrative experience, preferably in the technical operation of a large research library, sufficient to demonstrate administrative competence in the management of technical library operations; excellent human relations, conceptual, leadership, and communications skills; demonstrated technical competence; significant professional accomplishment relevant to the responsibilities of the position. Preferred: advanced academic preparation in addition to the MLS. Salary: negotiable depending upon qualifications, minimum $53,000 for' 12 months. Benefits: faculty status, 22 days vacation, TIAA/CREF or other retirement options, no state or local income tax. Send letter of application with resume and names, addresses, and phone numbers of 3 professional references by October 6, 1989, to: Lynn Badger, Library Personnel Officer, 211 Library West, University of Florida, Gainesville, FL 32611. An AAÆEO employer.

ASSISTANT DIRECTOR FOR TECHNICAL SERVICES AND COLLECTION MANAGEMENT.Reporting to the Director of Libraries and serving on the Libraries’ Director's Council, this position administers the Technical Services Division, comprised of the Acquisitions/Serials Unit and the Bibliographic Control Unit (with 9 Faculty and 38 Classified Staff positions), which is responsible for acquiring, cataloging, and preserving the collections of the Libraries in support of the University’s programs of teaching, research, and extension. The primary function of the position is to provide leadership in planning, implementing, and evaluating divisional operations and services in accordance with library and divisional goals and objectives. The Assistant Director serves as the principal liaison with the Western Library Network (WLN) and takes an active role in the development and enhancement of a locally developed integrated online system with online catalog, circulation, and serials control components operation. (A local acquisition system is being developed.) Required: ALA-accredited MLS or its foreign equivalent; progressively responsible technical services experience, including management or supervision of at least one technical services unit (e.g., acquisitions, serials, cataloging); experience with an online bibliographic utility. Preferred: Experience in an academic or research library; experience in local library automated systems; positive public relations experience; record of leadership in professional organizations; demonstrated verbal and written communications skills. Rank: Librarian 2 or above; tenuretrack status. Salary: $35,088-$40,536, commensurate with qualifications and experience. TIAA/CREF, broad insurance programs, 22 days vacation, 12 days/year sick leave. Send letter of application, resume, and names of three references to: Donna L. McCool, Assistant Director for Administrative Services, Libraries, Washington State University, Pullman, WA 99164-5610. Application deadline is November 22, 1989. WSU is an EO/AA educator and employer. Protected group members are encouraged to apply.

ASSISTANT MUSIC LIBRARIAN.Responsibility for the original and copy cataloging of all music materials using OCLC. Assists with the development of cataloging policies and procedures. MLS from ALA-accredited library school required, undergraduate degree in music, knowledge of AACR2, LCSH, and MARC formats for music materials, bibliographic knowledge of French and German. Familiarity with OCLC and automated library procedures desirable. Salary: minimum $26,500. Send letter, resume, and three letters of recommendation by October 1, 1989, to: Sarah Ransom Canino, Music Librarian, Box 38, Vassar College, Poughkeepsie, NY 12601. AA/EOE.

ASSISTANT SCHAFFNER LIBRARIAN.The Assistant Schaffner Librarian participates in all Schaffner services, including user education, faculty liaison, reference, and new technological initiatives. Also participates in materials selection and coordination of technical services. The position requires some evening hours and one day a week on the Evanston Campus coordinating Schaffner activities with the University Library. Participates in a variety of public service functions: teaches in the Library's course-related user education program, provides reference service (including two evenings a week until 7 p.m.), conducts CD-ROM and online searches, and provides microcomputer consulting service. Participates actively in the promotion of continuing innovation within Schaffner and communicates that activity within the Northwestern University Library system and the profession at large. Coordinates Schaffner‘s library science student intern program. Coordinates the library’s technical services activities. Assists in the selection and maintenance of the library‘s collections. Qualifications: MLS from an ALA-accredited library school; excellent communication skills and familiarity with microcomputers, online searching, and CD-ROM technology. One to two years experience preferred. Salary range: $21,000-$24,000 depending on qualifications. Applications may be submitted to: Ann Smith, Personnel Manager, Northwestern University Library, 1935 Sheridan Road, Evanston, IL 60208-2300. Applications submitted before September 8, 1989 will receive primary consideration. EEO, AA Employer. Employment eligibility verification required upon hire.

ASSISTANT SPECIAL COLLECTIONS LIBRARIAN,with faculty rank and tenure track. Under the direction of the Head, Special Collections and University Archives, assume responsibility for providing and coordinating reference service, preparing access points to collections, preserving material in paper format, and assisting in the management of manuscript and book collections and their related records. MLS from ALA-accredited library school and training or experience in special collections and preservation required; training or experience cataloging with MARC tagging, and providing reference service, as well as demonstrated ability to communicate effectively are highly desirable. Good fringe benefits. Salary: $20,040 minimum, for 12 months. Salary and rank dependent upon qualifications and experience. For full consideration applications should be received by October 1, 1989; applications will continue to be considered until position is filled. Send letter, resume, and names of three references to: Edward R. Johnson, University Librarian, Oklahoma State University, 204 Edmon Low Library, Stillwater, OK 74078-0375. AA/EO Employer. Successful applicant must comply with IRCA.

ASSISTANT UNIVERSITY LIBRARIAN,Boise State University. (Search Reopened). Responsibilities: Coordinate administrative functions under direction of University Librarian; supervise public service department heads; participate in collection development and other professional duties; assist in planning, policy development, and budgeting. Qualifications: MLS; demonstrated ability to plan, manage, and supervise; seven years of professional library experience in academic or research libraries; direct provision of professional services and a minimum of five years in increasingly responsible managerial positions; knowledge of automation and networks—strong preference will be given to applicants with experience in directing the implementation of an automated system; oral and written communication skills; ability to foster constructive interpersonal relationships. Minimum Salary: $40,000. Tenuretrack; rank dependent upon professional background. Screening Begins: November 1, 1989. Starting Date: Mutually agreed upon. To Apply: Submit letter of application and detailed resume with the names, addresses, and phone numbers of at least three references in position to assess professional potential on the basis of direct observation or work. Applicants should arrange for library school credentials to be forwarded to: Timothy A. Brown, University Librarian, Boise State University, Boise, ID 83725. EEO/AA Employer.

ASSISTANT UNIVERSITY LIBRARIAN FOR TECHNICAL AND AUTOMATED SERVICES,with faculty rank and tenure track. Reporting to the University Librarian, the Assistant University Librarian administers the Acquisitions, Cataloging, Access Services, and Automation departments. Provides leadership in the development of a unique integrated library system—SAILS— being developed for OSU by Swets of Amsterdam. Serves on University Librarian’s management team and participates in longrange planning, resource allocation, and the formulation of goals, policies, and priorities for all areas of Library services and collection management. Provides guidance in the adoption of technology, works in close cooperation with University Computing Center in development of library automation, and represents Library at the state, regional, and national levels in the creation and expansion of cooperative networks and programs. MLS from ALA-accredited library school, substantial administrative experience in academic or research library, and strong interpersonal skills and effective skills in written and oral communication are required. Competence in technical services and experience in the implementation of automated library programs highly desired. Active participation in the library profession, demonstrated leadership abilities, the capacity to manage change, and a commitment to a style of management which emphasizes consultation and the effective interrelationship of the technical and public services also desired. Good fringe benefits. Salary: $42,000 minimum, for 12 months. Salary and rank dependent upon qualifications and experience. For full consideration applications should be received by November 1, 1989; applications will continue to be considered until position is filled. Send letter, resume, and names of three references to: Edward R. Johnson, University Librarian, Oklahoma State University, 204 Edmon Low Library, Stillwater, OK 74078-0375. AA/EO Employer. Successful applicant must comply with IRCA.

ASSOCIATE LIBRARIAN II, REFERENCE(Search Reopened). The University of Maryland College Park Libraries invites nominations and applications for an Associate Librarian II, Reference position in the Graduate Library. Responsibilities: Provides assistance in locating information or information sources; offers instruction in the use of library resources; searches machine-readable databases; maintains liaison with faculty; selects reference (and possibly general library) materials in law and criminology. Serves as liaison to the Coordinator for Library Instruction from McKeldin Reference. Qualifications: Required: MLS from an ALA-accredited program. One year professional library experience; demonstrated ability in effective oral and written communication; strong public service orientation; strong interest and demonstrated skills in library instruction; demonstrated familiarity with the literature of law and criminology; experience in searching online databases, especially LEXIS and related legal documents. Preferred: Supplementary familiarity with the literature of government and politics or anthropology. SALARY: $24,384-$34,342. Salary commensurate with experience. Excellent fringe benefits. For full consideration, submit resume and names/addresses of 3 references by October 2, 1989, to: Marjorie Simon, Library Personnel Office, McKeldin Library, University of Maryland, College Park, MD 20742-7011. The University of Maryland is an affirmative action, equal opportunity employer.

BIBLIOGRAPHER.Temple University Libraries. Reports to Associate Director for Collection Development and Public Services.

Coordinates work of selectors in science, technology, and related areas; compiles and analyzes information for management of science and technology collections throughout the library system; contributes, together with humanities and social sciences bibliographers, to overall collection development budget allocation, planning, and policy decisions. Develops and manages collections in biology, chemistry, earth sciences, mathematical sciences, and physics, including responsibility for faculty liaison, selection of materials in consultation with faculty committees, approval plan profiles, fund monitoring, and collection evaluations, with assistance of staff in four departmental science libraries. Participates substantially in science library instruction and reference service in cooperation with head of Engineering & Science Libraries and Coordinator of Library Instruction. Qualifications: ALA-accredited MLS; minimum of three years’ professional experience in academic and/or research library. Experience in collection development, broad knowledge of collection management principles and practice, familiarity with bibliographic networks and local library systems are required. Experience in reference work and library instruction, reading knowledge of German are desirable. Candidates must provide evidence of leadership and planning abilities, excellent interpersonal skills, competence in oral and written communication, and ability to work effectively in a complex, consultative environment. Ability to combine collection development and service strategies to meet varied needs of science researchers and students is more important than education or experience in the sciences. Library memberships include ARL, CRL, RLG. Salary: Minimum $25,000, depending on qualifications and experience. Ten-month appointment; an additional month may be required for additional 9.6 percent of annual salary. Liberal fringe benefits include health, dental, life insurance; tuition remission; TIAA- CREF. Send letter addressing all qualifications stated above, with resume and names of three references to: Fran L. Hopkins, Chair, Search Committee, c/o Administrative Services Department, Paley Library 071-00, Temple University, Philadelphia, PA 19122. Review of applications will begin in September 1989, and will continue until position is filled. An AA/EO employer.

BIBLIOGRAPHER/CATALOGUER,Kierkegaard Library. The Kierkegaard Library at St. Olaf College seeks an experienced professional bibliographer/cataloguer with knowledge of philosophy and/or Scandinavian studies to carry out cataloguing of a 9,000-volume special collection during a 2-year period. Position is funded by an NEH grant beginning January 1990. The full-time position requires experience with LC cataloguing procedure, AACR2, and OCLC practice. Working knowledge of Scandinavian (particularly Danish), German, and classical languages essential. Position involves original and some rare book cataloguing. Professional must work closely with high-level paraprofessional working 1/2 time and with specialists in the field of Kierkegaard studies. Professional may also be responsible for supervising a clerical assistant if needed. Applicants should be professional librarians with MLS degree or have comparable qualifications and/or experience. Knowledge of pre-1855 European publications in the areas of philosophy, history, theology, and classics essential. Applicants must be able to plan work carefully to complete task in 2 years and to delegate work appropriately. Salary and benefits dependent upon qualifications and experience. Minimum salary: $30,000. Apply before November 15, 1989 to: Cynthia W. Lund, Acting Curator, Kierkegaard Library, St. Olaf College, Northfield, MN 55057.

BIBLIOGRAPHER FOR THE LIFE SCIENCES(Search Reopened). The University of Maryland College Park Libraries invites nominations and applications for a Librarian I, Bibliographer for the Life Sciences. Responsibilities: Provide direct support for campus curricula, teaching,and research by developing library collections in: Animal Sciences, Botany, Zoology, Biology, and Agricultural Sciences. Nature of collection development work includes: analysis of collections for strengths and weaknesses; formulation and application of collecting policies; monitoring of expenditures; developing and maintaining close working relationships with faculty and other users, with the book trade world, and with other library employees; and coordinating collection management activities of selectors in allied disciplines. The UMCP Libraries is an ARL member. Qualifications: Required: MLS from an ALA-accredited program. Graduate degree in one of the subject areas described above. Working knowledge of one of the following languages: French, German, Italian, Russian, or Spanish. Experience: Required: Minimum three years professional library experience, preferably in collection development. Preferred: Collection development experience in ARL Library, including collection analysis, collection development policy formulation and application; work experience in dealing with the book trade; demonstrated ability to deal successfully with a broad range of library functions; ability to interact effectively with library staff and diverse clientele; and ability to communicate effectively in oral and written form. Salary: $28,220-$39,405. Salary commensurate with experience. Excellent fringe benefits. For full consideration, submit resume and names/addresses of 3 references by October 2,1989, to: Marjorie Simon, Library Personnel Office, McKeldin Library, University of Maryland, College Park, MD 20742-7011. The University of Maryland is an affirmative action, equal opportunity employer.

CATALOG LIBRARIAN I(search extended). Unique opportunity to participate in major new building and automation project. Responsible for original cataloging in all formats in WLN-based technical services unit. Required: ALA-accredited MLS, knowledge of AACR2, MARC, LC classification, and LCSH. Previous professional experience, familiarity with WLN or other utility, foreign language skills, additional graduate degree, desirable but not mandatory. This is a 12-month, tenure-track faculty appointment. Minimum salary $21,000 plus liberal faculty benefits including relocation assistance. Review of applications begins September 20, 1989. Send letter of application and resume, plus names, addresses, and telephone numbers of 3 current references to: Eileen Bell-Garrison, Head of Technical Services, Crosby Library, Gonzaga University, Spokane, WA 99258.

CATALOGER.Three-year position, beginning January 1, 1990, with possible three-year renewal. Performs original cataloging and cataloging with copy, using OCLC. Catalog maintenance, including authority work, using LS/2000. Some reference duties. Participates, with Head of Catalog Section, in formulation of catalog policies and procedures. Qualifications: MLS, 2 years cataloging experience, working knowledge of AACR2, OCLC, LC classification and subject headings; ability to catalog foreign language materials. Salary: Up to $25,000, TIAA/CREF and usual fringe benefits. Send resume and names of three references by October 23, 1989, to: Willis E. Bridegam, Librarian, Amherst College, Amherst, MA 01002. EOE, AA, M/F/H.

CATALOGER,Cornell University, 50% Art/Arch, 50% Soc Sei/ Humanities. Responsible for descriptive and subject cataloging using AACR2, LCSH, and LC classification, and for authority work. Cataloging done on NOTIS system with planned upload to RLIN.

Qualifications Required: MLS; 3 years cataloging experience using AACR2, LCSH, MARC formats, automated systems (RLIN, NOTIS preferred); one Western European language (working knowledge of other languages desirable); evidence of professional commitment; and good interpersonal skills. Subject background in fine arts highly desirable. Salary commensurate with qualifications and experience (minimum $23,000). Applications due September 30, 1989. Send cover letter, resume, and names and addresses of 3 references to: A. Dyckman, Director of Personnel, CU Libraries, 201 Olin Library, Cornell University, Ithaca, NY 14853. Cornell is an affirmative action, equal opportunity employer.

CATALOGER,Assistant Librarian, Monograph Cataloging Division, University of Michigan. Responsibilities: Perform original cataloging in accordance with standards for Western language materials. Primary responsibility for the implementation of Medical Subject Headings (MeSH) cataloging, providing MeSH subject headings for all incoming materials for the Health Science Cluster Libraries and for other libraries in selected Library of Congress classification ranges. Responsible for maintaining the MeSH authority file and for identifying mechanisms for supplying MeSH headings to selected recon. materials. Supervise and train precatalog searchers and student assistants. Assist in training and revising the work of original catalogers. Required: accredited MLS. Knowledge of at least two Western European languages. Strong communication skills and ability to work with staff. Good problemsolving skills, and ability to make decisions and exercise good judgment. Desired: Undergraduate degree in biological sciences, experience with MEDLINE, or previous science library experience. Previous cataloging experience. Minimum salary of $25,000 dependent on previous relevant experience. Applications received by September 30, 1989, will be given first consideration. Apply to: Lucy R. Cohen, Manager, Library Personnel and Payroll Services, 404 Hatcher Graduate Library, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Michigan 48109-1205. The University of Michigan is a non-discriminatory, affirmative action employer.

CATALOGER/BIBLIOGRAPHER OF SPECIAL COLLECTIONS.Museum of Comparative Zoology Library. Harvard University. Cataloging and bibliographic description of rare books and archival materials of all periods and in a variety of languages. Maintains security and access to the collections and participates in the provision of reference services. Qualifications include MLS; 2 years of experience with descriptive cataloging (preferably of rare books) utilizing LC/OCLC, AACR2; reading knowledge of 2 Western European languages and Latin. History of Science background, familiarity with McIntosh PC, interpersonal skills, and the ability to work independently desired. Anticipated hiring salary: high $20s to low $30s, depending on experience. Send letter and resume to: Susan Lee, Associate Librarian for Personnel, Harvard University, Widener 98, Cambridge, MA 02138. An affirmative action, equal opportunity employer.

CATALOGER, LAW LIBRARY.This position is primarily responsible for original and copy cataloging of monographs and serials for the Anglo-American and East Asian collections in the Law School Library. Materials are in English, Chinese, and Japanese. The incumbent will also supervise two support staff copy catalogers working in English, Chinese, and Japanese. In addition to an accredited MLS, requirements are: working knowledge of either Chinese or Japanese; aptitude for analytical and detail work; and working knowledge of automated cataloging systems as demonstrated through previous experience and/or superior performance in formal courses in cataloging and automation. Salary ranges are: Librarian I: $25,000-$32,500; Librarian II: $27,000-536,450; Librarian III: $30,000-$43,500. Excellent benefits include tuition exemption for self and family and assistance with university housing. Submit resume, listing names, addresses, and phone numbers of three references to: Kathleen Wiltshire, Director of Personnel, Box 35 Butler Library, Columbia University, 535 West 114th Street, New York, NY 10027. Deadline for applications is September 30, 1989. An affirmative action, equal opportunity employer.

CATALOGER (MONOGRAPHS).Duties: Under the general direction of the Head of Cataloging, this beginning position performs original cataloging of monographs in several subjects, including science and technology and in a variety of languages in both book and non-book format; assists in daily revision of public catalog files and works on other general assignments. 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; bibliographic knowledge of European languages; evidence of research and publication. Desirable: Broad educational background, including coursework in sciences, mathematics, or technology; familiarity with automated cataloging systems; knowledge of LC classification and subject headings, AACR2, and MARC formats, knowledge of Russian; second master’s degree. First Screening Date: October 16, 1989. Search will remain open until filled. Salary: $28,966 (minimum). Benefits: TIAA/CREF; State Retirement System; comprehensive medical protection; 21 days vacation; University holidays; generous sick leave. University Libraries: A member of the Research Libraries Group and ARL, the University Library consists of a main library and six branches. The collection contains more than 2.2 million volumes, 17,000 periodical subscriptions, and three outstanding special collections in history of science, western history, and business history. A major expansion of the main library was completed in May 1982, doubling the size of library facilities. The Libraries possesses an LS2 automated circulation system and is heavily involved in other automation activities. 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 and the names of three references including current supervisor, to: Donald C. Hudson, Manager, Administrative Services, University Libraries, University of Oklahoma, Norman, OK 73019. University of Oklahoma is an equal opportunity, affirmative action employer.

CIRCULATION SERVICES LIBRARIAN.Reopened position. Tenure-track, 12-month position in a 750,000-volume library serving a multi-ethnic university population of 12,000 in the San Francisco Bay Area. Responsibilities: circulation desk and reserve book room; automated circulation system operation; stack maintenance; physical access and collection security; analysis of collection use data. Participation in implementation of integrated online public access catalog including circulation and reserve modules. Required: ALA-accredited MLS; experience in working with an ethnically diverse student body; demonstrated ability to communicate effectively both orally and in writing; demonstrated professional commitment. Progressive professional and/or scholarly development required for promotion and tenure. Includes evening and weekend duty. Minimum of three years professional experience preferably in an academic library, with a minimum of two years in circulation or access services in a library which utilizes an online system. Demonstrated interpersonal and management skills; strong commitment to service. Senior Assistant or Associate Librarian rank, depending upon experience and qualifications ($33,168-$50,472). To be assured consideration applications must be received by October 30, 1989. Send letter of application, including complete resume and names, addresses, and telephone numbers of 3 references to: Melissa Rose, Library Director, California State University, Hayward, Hayward, CA 94542. Applications from women and minorities welcome. AA/EOE. Position #89- 90 CSLIB(TT) 1.

COLLECTION DEVELOPMENT LIBRARIAN.Northern Michigan University is a state university of 8,000 students and 900 employees serving Michigan’s Upper Peninsula and located on the shore of Lake Superior. Olson Library contains over 450,000 volumes, subscribes to over 2,900 serials, and houses both A-V and depository documents collections. This position is responsible for implementing, monitoring, coordinating, and evaluating the collection development program, which encompasses print materials, both monographic and serial, and non-print materials. Materials selection duties include management of an approval plan. Reports to the Director of the Library. Qualifications: ALA-accredited MLS; at least two years substantial collection development experience in an academic library; thorough knowledge of trends and issues in academic collection development and book selection; effective oral and written communication skills; ability to work effectively with faculty, students, and colleagues; skill in analyzing and interpreting statistical data; familiarity with automated library systems desirable; second master's degree highly desirable. Faculty status, tenure-track. Salary: $28,674 minimum; depends upon experience and qualifications. Submit nominations or letter of application with resume, three letters of recommendation, copies of credentials and transcripts to: Director's Office, Olson Library, Northern Michigan University, Marquette, Ml 49855-5376. Application review will begin after: October 15, 1989. Starting date: December 1, 1989. An AA/EO employer.

COLLECTION SERVICES LIBRARIAN,Boston College Law Library. Requirements: MLS from ALA-accredited school. Previous professional experience with circulation, automation, or supervision desired. Knowledge of legal literature helpful. Duties: Directs and supervises activities relating to circulation, stack, and collection maintenance. Hires, trains, supervises, and evaluates full-time and student Circulation staff. Charged with immediate implementation of NOTIS automated circulation module in conjunction with the adoption of an integrated system for all library functions. Represents law library on appropriate University Library committees. Assists in long-range planning and implementation of collection services policies and procedures. Opportunity for reference duties. Reports to Public Services Librarian. Available: Immediately. Salary: $25,000-$32,000 per year, commensurate with education and experience. Send resumes to: Anita Ulloa, Personnel Officer, Department of Human Resources, Boston College, Chestnut Hill, MA 02167. Boston College is an affirmative action employer. The University also offers competitive salary and comprehensive benefits.

COMPUTER REFERENCE SERVICES LIBRARIAN.Northern Michigan University is a state university of 8,000 students and 900 employees serving Michigan’s Upper Peninsula and located on the shore of Lake Superior. Olson Library contains over 450,000 volumes, subscribes to over 2,900 serials, and houses both A-V and depository documents collections. The Computer Reference Services Librarian provides and coordinates the library's computerbased reference services and microcomputer support services, gives direct assistance to patrons seeking information, and teaches them how to use library resources. Qualifications: Master’s degree from an ALA-accredited library school; facility with microcomputers and software; experience with database searching; knowledge of latest developments in computer reference services; ability to integrate automated and traditional reference services; ability to work effectively with faculty, students and colleagues; effective oral and written communication skills; a second master's degree in a subject area desirable. Salary: $28,674 minimum, depending upon experience and qualifications. Faculty status, tenure-track. Submit nominations or letter of application with resume, three letters of recommendation, and copies of credentials and transcripts to: Director's Office, Olson Library, Northern Michigan University, Marquette, Ml 49855-5376. Application review will begin after: October 15, 1989. Starting date: December 1, 1989. An AA/EO employer.

COMPUTER SEARCH COORDINATOR/REFERENCE LIBRARIAN, Assistant Professor (tenure-leading), Central Reference Services Department starting January 1, 1990. 1) Serve as the senior coordinator and provide innovative leadership for the computer search services of the University Libraries, which includes the administration, budget oversight, coordination with other library departments and, with the Assistant Coordinator for the Branch Services Department, outreach, training, planning, and development. 2) Serve on the Reference/lnformation Desk. 3) Assist in the management of the Reference/lnformation Desk. 4) Perform database searching in the humanities and social sciences. 5) May have collection development/subject liaison responsibilities. MLS from an ALA-accredited library school; minimum one year professional public service; strong interpersonal skills; demonstrated oral and written communication skills; experience in reference service; experience in online searching. Preferred: Graduate degree in the humanities or social sciences; general knowledge of budget management; reading knowledge of one or more foreign languages; demonstrated supervisory/management skills or experience. $22,000 minimum for a 12-month contract. Salary may be higher depending upon the qualifications of the successful applicant. Apply with full resume plus names and current addresses and telephone numbers of three references by October 15, 1989, to: Kent Hendrickson, Dean of Libraries, 106 Love Library, University of Nebraska-Lincoln, Lincoln, Nebraska 68588-0410. An Affirmative Action, Equal Opportunity Employer.

COMPUTERIZED REFERENCE SERVICES LIBRARIAN and REFERENCE LIBRARIAN/entry level (2 tenure-track positions). California State University, Dominguez Hills is seeking to appoint library faculty effective January 1, 1990. Reappointment, promotion, and tenure require evidence of continuing professional development. 1) Computerized Reference Services Librarian, Assistant Professor or Associate Professor, dependent on experience and qualifications. Annual salary is $33,168-$58,164. Responsibilities: general reference, computerized reference services coordination, bibliographic instruction, and collection development. Qualifications: ALA-MLS, 2 years academic reference experience, 2 years online searching, microcomputer, and bibliographic instruction experience required. Knowledge of business, law, education, social sciences, or sciences desirable. 2) Reference Librarian/ entry level, Assistant Professor. Annual salary is $33,168-$45,960. Responsibilities: general reference, bibliographic instruction (may include teaching of library skills course), online searching, and collection development. Qualifications: ALA-MLS, strong public service commitment, and teaching skills required. Relevant library experience and database searching knowledge desirable. Knowledge of business, education, law, social sciences, or sciences desirable. Excellent benefits. Submit letter, resume, and 3 recent references to: Betty J. Blackman, Dean, University Library, California State University, Dominguez Hills at Carson, CA 90747. Deadline: Application review begins October 30,1989. Search will remain open until positions are filled. CSU/Dominguez Hills is an urban, comprehensive university with a highly pluralistic student body and many working adult students. Equal opportunity, affirmative action, Section 504, Title IX employer.

COORDINATOR FORLEARNINGRESOURCESCENTER(LRC),Clark County Community College, Henderson Campus. Responsibilities: Supervise daily operations, activities, and services of the Henderson LRC; monitor public services and audio/visual requests; coordinate policies, procedures, and long-range planning through the Director of LRC. In cooperation with the LRC staff maintain open communication with system, state, and public libraries and college divisions; monitor inventory and maintain statistical records; assist the director with hiring, orientation, and evaluation of staff; maintain close communication with campus faculty to determine library and audio visual needs and requirements; serve on committees as required. Qualifications: Master’s degree in Library Science from an ALA-accredited institution. At least five years experience in a college library, three of which have been in the supervision of library and audio/visual services. Demonstrated ability to work cooperatively with other personnel in the system, willingness to work both day and evening hours as required, and understanding of community college philosophy and purpose. Application Procedure: Letter of application, current resume, names, addresses, and phone numbers of three references should be forwarded to: Personnel Office, C1A, Clark County Community College, 3200 E. Cheyenne Ave., N. Las Vegas, NV 89030. Salary Range: $29,000-$35,000 and liberal fringe benefits package. Deadline for Application: September 20, 1989. Target Date for Employment: November 1, 1989. AA/EEO.

COORDINATOR OF BIBLIOGRAPHIC INSTRUCTION.Responsible for the coordination of the Bibliographic Instruction Department. The department consists of four subject specialist librarians, 2 teaching assistants, and one support person. In addition to managing the department, the position includes teaching bibliographic instruction classes, reference desk service, collection development, and database agate searching. Reports to the Assistant Director, Bibliographic Instruction and Reference. The bibliographic instruction department works closely with the reference department. Qualifications: ALA-accredited MLS, an additional graduate degree in social sciences or humanities, 3 years academic library experience with at least 2 years including bibliographic instruction. Administrative experience preferred. The University of Toledo is a growing state university with an enrollment of 24,000 in 8 colleges offering graduate degrees including the doctorate. The library is currently implementing the NOTIS system. Toledo is a dynamic city which provides a wide variety of cultural and educational resources. Faculty status; 12-month contract; liberal fringe benefits. Salary $30,000. Applications accepted until the position is filled. Send letter of application, resume, and the names of 3 references to: Sharon L. Bostick, Search Committee Chairperson, Carlson Library, The University of Toledo, Toledo, OH 43606. The University of Toledo is an Equal Opportunity, Affirmative Action Employer.

COORDINATOR OF MEDIA COLLECTIONS,Rhode Island School of Design. Responsibilities: Administer collections of c.500,000 items, including slides, pictures, photographs, videotapes, and sound recordings; supervise 3 FTE staff plus students; work with other department heads in library to provide service to dynamic and active art school community, including museum. Qualifications: Background in art, architecture, design; master’s degree, preferably in library science; three years administrative and supervisory experience in visual resource collection management; knowledge of automation of visual collections desirable. Salary: mid-$20s minimum, excellent benefits. Send letter of application, resume, and names of three references by October 20, 1989, to: Carol Terry, Director of Library Services, Rhode Island School of Design, 2 College Street, Providence, Rl 02903. E/O Employer.

COORDINATOR OF PUBLIC SERVICES.Position Description: The Library has four organizational divisions, each headed by a coordinator. Coordinators are responsible to the library director for the administration and coordination of divisional activities in accordance with the goals and mission of the Library and for fostering the cooperative pursuit of Library goals among divisions. The Public Services Division comprises the service units of: circulation/reserve, interlibrary loan, information services (primarily online database searching, bibliographic instruction, reference service, and reference collection development), and special collections (regional history and archives). The coordinator also serves as an information services librarian with responsibilities for performing the unit’s primary functions. Divisional personnel, in addition to the coordinator, include five Library faculty, three classified staff, and eight FTE student assistants. Librarians from other divisions also provide reference desk service and specialized bibliographic instruction. Responsibilities will change somewhat when new building is occupied. Qualifications: Required: Master’s degree from program accredited by the American Library Association. Five years applicable experience as public services librarian providing information services as defined above. Applicable supervisory experience. Proficient written and oral communication skills. Interpersonal skills necessary to work collegially with the Library faculty and cooperatively with the Library staff and the university and public communities. Personal and managerial commitment to professional and staff development. Understanding of the service role of the library and of the division in a complex, comprehensive state university. Knowledge of and commitment to automated information services. Preferred: second master’s degree, demonstrated collegial management style, understanding of the responsibilities and demands of faculty status for library faculty, and experience with library automation. Appointment: Position is permanent, tenure-leading, with faculty status and rank. Librarians are expected to meet tenure and promotion requirements of the Library faculty. Tenure is as Library faculty, not coordinator. Conditions are: 12-month contract, 24 days annual leave, 11 university holidays, 12 sick days, health/life insurance package with 80 percent paid by the university, retirement program choice of TIAA/CREF or state system (both entirely paid by the university annual rate approximately 10 percent of salary). Better than average funding and support for professional development. Salary is $24,500, slightly more depending on experience. University: Tennessee Technological University is a state-supported institution within the State University and Community College Systems of Tennessee. Tech has approximately 7,000 full-time students and 350 full-time faculty. The Library has begun implementation of the ATLAS system of Data Research Associates and will occupy a new building in June 1989. Application Procedure: The position is open and will be filled as quickly as possible. Screening of applicants will begin October 1, 1989. Position will remain open until filled. Applicants must submit: letter of application, resume, transcripts for all college credit (unofficial copies of transcripts are acceptable for initial application), and three current letters of reference. Incomplete applications cannot be considered. Mail to: Coordinator Search Committee, Tennessee Technological University, Library Box 5066, Cookeville, TN 38505. Minorities are encouraged to apply and to identify themselves for affirmative action programs. An AAÆEO Employer.

DIRECTOR OF LIBRARY SERVICES.North Georgia College. Twelve-month position available January 2, 1990. Master’s of Library Science from ALA-accredited school (doctorate preferred) with five years experience in an academic library. The 120,000- volume facility employs five professional and six support staff and thirty student assistants. Salary range: $30,000-$40,000. Send vita with transcripts and three letters of reference by September 25, 1989, to: Personnel Office, Attn: Library Position, North Georgia College, Dahlonega, GA 30597. AA/EOE.

DIRECTOR OF MCGRATH LIBRARY,Hilbert College. Hilbert College, located in Hamburg, New York, seeks a highly enthusiastic and motivated Director of McGrath Library. The Director is responsible for implementing and administering library and learning resources programs and services which serve a diverse student and faculty body; manages technical and public services; plans and coordinates development of library collections; participates in regular library duties and coordinates the expansion and development of library technologies as well as recommends and develops new programs and services. Required: MLS from an ALA-accredited program, 3-5 years experience in academic libraries or related information agencies, supervisory experience, ability to communicate effectively, and to interpret and promote the library to the campus community. Salary: Mid to high $20s. To apply send letter of application, resume, and names of 3 references to: G. Charles Newman, c/o President’s Office, Hilbert College, 5200 South Park Avenue, Hamburg, New York 14075. Applications are due by September 15, 1989, or until position is filled. Hilbert College is an AA, EEO employer. Qualified women, minorities, and handicapped persons are encouraged to apply.

ELECTRONIC INFORMATION SERVICES LIBRARIAN(Search Extended). Under direction of Associate Director, provides overall development of electronic information services in cooperation with reference unit and other units. Primary duties: Sets up and maintains local information databases (DORIS), CD-ROMs and vended services such as BRS/After Dark, Knowledge Index, and other electronic information systems. Major duties related to DORIS: Maintains screen and files specifications, manages load of citation databases and full text, develops access to computer center data files and transfers bibliographic information into DORIS, serves as a liaison with Division of Administrative Programming Services on DORIS, solicits new files to add to DORIS, and develops new programs related to database establishment and access. Qualifications: ALA-accredited MLS required. Preferred: Experience with online searching techniques and reference services; knowledge of database environment, preferably experience with BRS Search; excellent writing and teaching skills. Computer science degree or background desirable. Faculty status, retirement plans Including S.C. and TIAA-CREF, various medical plans, dental plan, liberal leave. Salary range: $25,000 minimum depending on qualifications. Clemson University Libraries has a collection of 13,500 serial titles and 1,500,000 volumes and uses NOTIS. The University, South Carolina’s land grant institution, is located in the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains, 30 miles from Greenville, S.C. and within 2 hours driving time from Atlanta, Ga. Candidates applying by September 30, 1989, will receive first consideration. Send letter of application with resume and names, addresses, and telephone numbers of 3 references to: Peggy Cover, Chair, Electronic Information Service Librarian Search Committee, R. M. Cooper Library, Clemson University, Clemson, SC 29634-3001. EEO/AA employer.

ENGINEERING AND COMPUTATIONAL SCIENCES LIBRARIAN.New position in a landgrant university library serving 8,500 undergraduates, 1,000 graduate students, and 700 faculty. Under the direction of the Assistant Director for Collections Management and Reference Services, responsible for liaison with College of Engineering and Architecture and departments of Computer Science and Operations Research, Mathematics and Statistics, and possibly others as assigned. Duties include collection development in assigned areas, general reference work in the Main Library, library instruction, and online database searching. Additional tasks may be assigned in accordance with individual professional strengths and interests. Minimum qualifications: graduate degree from an ALA-accredited school; background in engineering, computational sciences, mathematics, or related area, including online database searching experience; effective oral and written communication skills; ability to interact effectively with colleagues and students. Preferred qualifications: degree in engineering, computational sciences, mathematics, or related area; professional experience in an academic, special, or research library. The NDSU Library is a member of Tri-College University, an established and accredited consortium (NDSU, Moorhead State University, Concordia College). The Tri-College University Library Consortium has been a member of the Minnesota State University System’s PALS online integrated system since its inception in 1979. NDSU is located in Fargo, an educational, cultural, and medical center for the Upper Plains. The total population of the metropolitan area, which includes Moorhead, Minnesota, approximates 150,000. The area is within a short drive of the Minnesota lake country and 4 hours from Minneapolis or Winnipeg. Minimum salary $22,500. Generous benefits including TIAA/CREF and Blue Cross/Blue Shield. Applications should be received no later than September 30, 1989 for maximum consideration. Send letter of application; current resume; and names, addresses, and phone numbers of three references to: Personnel Office, North Dakota State University, P.O. Box 5227, Fargo, ND 58105. NDSU is an equal opportunity institution.

ENGINEERING/PHYSICAL SCIENCES/GENERAL REFERENCE LIBRARIANwith a collection management assignment.

Senior assistant librarian. $33,168-$36,372 for 12 months; 10- month option available with proportionate salary reduction. Duties include general reference desk service, specialist as physical sciences/engineering librarian, online searching, bibliographic instruction, and collection management. MLS and recent professional experience required. Position announcement listing requirements and preferred qualifications sent on request. Write to: Chair, Search Committee, c/o Library Secretary, California State Polytechnic University, 3801 West Temple Avenue, Pomona, CA 91768. Letter of inquiry must be postmarked by September 29, 1989. EEO/AA/Title IX, Section 504 employer.

GENERAL REFERENCE LIBRARIAN.Mervyn H. Sterne Library, University of Alabama at Birmingham. Position available immediately at the rank of Assistant Librarian with a twelve-month academic appointment; minimum annual salary of $20,000; generous fringe benefits. Responsible for general reference service to a broad and diverse user population in the state's largest metropolitan center. Must be service oriented; equally important responsibilities include bibliographic instruction and collection development in the area of general reference materials. Regularly scheduled evening and weekend hours. Requirements: ALA- accredited MLS. Preferred: undergraduate degree in humanities or social sciences, general reference experience in an academic library, experience with database searching. Position expected to be filled by January 1, 1990. Applications received by October 1, 1989, will receive first consideration. Send letter of application, current resume, and names, addresses, and telephone numbers of three references to: Mary A. Robertson, Mervyn H. Sterne Library, University of Alabama at Birmingham, University Station, Birmingham, AL 35294. An affirmative action, equal opportunity employer.

GOVERNMENT DOCUMENTS/REFERENCE LIBRARIAN,Smith College. Reports to the Head of the Reference Department. Responsibility for overseeing the management of a modest (75,000 volume) United States and United Nations document collection, including selection, acquisition, organization, reference; and, supervision of a clerical and student assistant. The incumbent will participate in reference desk service, including nights and weekends; library instruction and online computer searching. Requirements: ALA-accredited MLS, with at least two years of experience in a government documents collection; experience in social sciences and humanities reference work, bibliographic instruction, and computer searching (BRS and/or DIALOG); knowledge of at least one foreign language. Familiarity with microcomputer applications in libraries desirable. Review of applications will begin November 1, 1989, and continue until the position is filled. Annual starting salary range $23,000-$25,500. Submit letter, resume, and the names of three references to: Director of Personnel Services, Smith College, 30 Belmont Avenue, Northampton, MA 01063. An Affirmative Action, Equal Opportunity Institution. Minorities and women are encouraged to apply.

GOVERNMENT DOCUMENTS/TECHNICAL SERVICES LIBRARIAN.Responsible for developing and maintaining a collection of federal, state, and local documents. The position involves both technical and public services duties including library instruction, faculty liaison, general reference desk work, and cataloging. Qualifications: An ALA-accredited MLS, good interpersonal skills are required. Strong interest and background in government documents; the ability to catalog using SuDocs, LC classification and subject headings, and AACR2; experience with library instruction; and knowledge of a foreign language are highly desirable. Minimum salary is $20,000, tenure-track, TIAA/CREF, 24 days annual leave. Send letter of application, resume, the names of 3 references, and a sample of written work by September 15, 1989, to: Ella Jane Bailey, University Library, University of Nebraska at Omaha, Omaha, NE 68182-0237. Review of resumes will continue until position is filled. AA/EOE.

HEAD, CATALOGING DEPARTMENT.The University of Akron is the third largest state-assisted university in Ohio. It offers its 27,000 day and evening students more than 230 associate's, bachelor's, and master’s degree programs, and 14 doctoral degree programs. The University Library and Learning Resources is seeking a professional, experienced manager to effectively set priorities and direct the workflow of its Cataloging Department. Reporting directly to the Director of University Library and Learning Resources, the Head of the Cataloging Department supervises 6.0 professional and 5.0 staff employees. This working manager is responsible for: coordinating the original cataloging, copy cataloging, and preorder searching of monographs, serials, government documents, media, and machine-readable datafiles; maintaining the database, catalog, and authority files; participating in the ULLR's Department Head’s Advisory Group and serving on other standing and ad hoc committees; planning and implementing the department's goals and budge,. Required: MLS from ALA-accredited institution; at least 5 year’s cataloging experience in varied academic or research libraries; demonstrable successful management of a large cataloging unit; proven expertise with OCLC or other major bibliographic utilities, MARC formats, and local automated systems; thorough knowledge of AACR2, LC classification and authority control; excellent oral, written, and interpersonal communication skills. Preferred: Record of increasing responsibility of staff supervision; experience with VTLS; budgetary experience; potential for research and evidence of scholarly/professional achievement; evidence of creative and imaginative contributions to overall library management. This is a 12-month, tenure-track appointment at the rank of Associate Professor. It includes 22 days vacation, standard benefits package, and a starting salary between $33,000-$36,000. Application deadline is October 1, 1989. The position is available January 1990. Send letter of application, resume, and three current letters of professional recommendation to: Rebecca Kopanic, Chairperson, Search Committee for Head, Cataloging Department, University of Akron, Library and Learning Resources, Akron, OH 44325-1706. The University of Akron is an Equal Education and Employment Institution.

HEAD, CONSERVATION AND PRESERVATION DEPARTMENT.Assistant Librarian, $26,136-$33,444, Associate Librarian, $31,944-$46,020, or Librarian, Steps l-IV, $42,948-$54,060, dependent on qualifications and experience. Open immediately. Reporting to the Assistant University Librarian for Collections, is responsible for developing, implementing, and administering the Library’s policies and programs for preserving collections. Plans and directs the work of the Conservation and Preservation Department (6.5 FTE staff and students), including bindery preparation, identification and treatment of brittle materials, and preservation microfilming. Responsible for environmental monitoring, preservation education for staff and users, and disaster preparedness. General responsibility for conservation in branch libraries. Participates in divisional and library budget preparation, planning, and policymaking. The University of California is engaged in a University-wide program for collections preservation. Regular meetings are held to review and discuss the provisions of program activity, to develop and implement cooperative programs, and to work for common goals. Graduate degree in librarianship from an ALA- accredited institution or its equivalent. Research library experience at the professional level. Experience and/or specialized training in conservation and preservation. Knowledge of current conservation and preservation principles, practices, and techniques. Demonstrated effective communication, management, and planning skills. Excellent writing, speaking, and interpersonal skills. Supervisory experience and experience in staff training and grant preparation. Send letter, resume, and the names, addresses, and telephone numbers of three references (including current supervisor) to: Sandra A. Vella, Assistant Personnel Librarian, 108 Shields Library, University of California, Davis, CA 95616. Telephone: (916) 752-1138. Applications received by October 13,1989, will be assured consideration. The University of California, Davis is committed to a policy of affirmative action and specifically invites inquiries and applications from women and ethnic minorities.

HEAD, GRADUATE SCHOOL OF INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS AND PACIFIC STUDIES LIBRARY,University of California, San Diego. Salary Range: Associate Librarian: $31,944- $46,020; or Librarian: $42,948-$59,556. UCSD is an equal opportunity, affirmative action employer and specifically seeks candidates who can make contributions in an environment of cultural and ethnic diversity. Under the general direction of the Associate University Librarian for Administrative and Public Services, the incumbent is responsible for planning, developing, implementing, and managing the branch library’s services, collections, and operations; functions as primary liaison between the branch library and faculty, graduate students, and other scholars using the Library; hires, supervises, and monitors staff; develops and implements policies and procedures; develops and promotes special programs, especially innovative automated services; keeps abreast of developments in relevant subject areas, in information science, etc.; has responsibility for coordinating collection development in Pacific Studies and may have selection responsibility in one or more subject areas; has reference and instructional responsibilities. UCSD Librarians are expected, as academic appointees, to participate in library-wide planning and to be active professionally. Qualifications: Required: MLS from an ALA-accredited library school. Applicants with successful experience in managing an academic library public services unit, developing research collections, and delivering automated information services will be preferred. Demonstrated communication skills, both written and oral; demonstrated ability to work effectively with faculty and other researchers; understanding of the research process and the needs of researchers in the social sciences. Desirable: Knowledge of a foreign language relevant to the School's areas of interest (especially Japanese, Korean, or Chinese) and graduate level background in the Social Sciences and/or appropriate area studies. Appointment at the Librarian level requires substantial relevant experience. Applications received by October 13, 1989, will be assured of consideration. Submit a letter of application, enclosing a resume and a list of references, to: Janet Tait, Assistant for Academic Personnel, Library, C-075-H, University of California, San Diego, La Jolla, CA 92093.

HEAD OF ACQUISITIONS/SERIALS.Applications and nominations are invited for the position of Head of Acquisitions/Serials at Oregon State University Libraries. Administers centralized acquisition of library materials and serial control operation. Responsible for ordering, receiving, and accounting for all materials (monographs and serials/print and nonprint) acquired by purchase, gifts, or exchanges. Responsible for organization, planning, and implementation of policies and procedures within the Acquisitions/ Serials Division. Reports to the Assistant Director for Technical, Automation, and Administrative Services. Key participant in implementation of automated acquisitions and serials control systems subsequent redesign of work flow. Coordinates monographic/serial acquisitions and control processes with technical processing, collection management, and reference functions. Manages one professional and thirteen support staff plus student assistants. Qualifications: MLS or equivalent from ALA-accredited program; minimum of 5 years progressively responsible professional experience, including two years in a serials and/or acquisitions department; superior communication and interpersonal skills; ability to analyze work processes and implement new technology; organizational, managerial, and supervisory skills, second master's or other advanced degree required for tenure. 12- month position with faculty status; salary $30,000; medical/dental insurance and retirement benefits. Send letter of application, resume, and names, addresses, and phone numbers of 3 references to: Barbara Thornburg, Kerr Library 121, Oregon State University, Corvallis, OR 97331-4501 by application deadline: September 30, 1989. OSU is an AA/EEO employer and is responsive to the needs of dual career couples. Minority applicants are encouraged to apply and identify themselves for affirmative action purposes.

HEAD OF COLLECTION MANAGEMENT,The University of Wisconsin-Whitewater, Library and Learning Resources. Search Reopened. The University of Wisconsin-Whitewater invites applications for a full-time, tenure-track faculty position available December 1, 1989. Responsibilities: Coordinate the development and implementation of collection management policies and procedures; build and maintain library collections in consultation with the faculty; supervise department personnel; plan and manage collection development budget; maintain and analyze financial and collection data; participate in the Administrative Council of Library and Learning Resources. Qualifications: MLS from ALA-accredited institution; professional experience in acquisitions/collection development; knowledge of fiscal management; supervisory skills; familiarity with publishing trade in both print and non-print formats; knowledge of computer-based acquisitions and serials control; effective oral and written communication skills. Second advanced degree in an academic discipline is preferred. Minimum Rank: Assistant Professor. Salary: Minimum $25,000. Benefits: 22 paid vacation days; one day per month sick leave accumulation; 9.5 paid holidays; choice of group medical and dental insurance; state retirement benefits. The University of Wisconsin-Whitewater enrolls 11,000 students in the colleges of Business and Economics, Education, Letters and Sciences, and Arts. Library and Learning Resources is a modern facility of over 360,000 books and bounci periodicals, 2,800 serials subscriptions, 260,000 documents, 700,000 microforms, 10,617 audiovisual materials, and participates in OCLC online cataloging, and has an LS/2000 local automation system. A complete application file consists of formal letter of application and current vita, official copies of all transcripts, and three current letters of professional recommendation. Ail materials must be received before application can be considered. Deadline for application: September 20, 1989. Address applications and nominations to: Hsi-ping Shao, Dean of Library and Learning Resources, Harold G. Andersen Library, University of Wisconsin-Whitewater, Whitewater, Wl 53190. UW-Whitewater is an equal opportunity employer with an affirmative action plan. Women, ethnic minorities, persons with disabilities, and Vietnamera veterans are encouraged to apply.

HEAD OF PUBLIC SERVICES.Ohio Wesleyan University, a se lective undergraduate liberal arts college with an enrollment o 1,900 is seeking a dynamic and innovative librarian to fill the position of Head of Public Services. The new Head of Public Services will be offered the opportunity to make a major impact or services, to advance our planning and evaluation process and tc participate in the radical restructuring of the library. The Head o Public Services is responsible for the management, development and supervision of staff and services of the following units: Circu lation, Reference, Instruction, Online Searching, Interlibrary Loan Government Publications Access, the Audio-visual Center, anc three branch libraries. Staff responsible for the library’s role ir campus Microcomputer Services also report to the Head of Public Services. This position supervises ten staff members (3 librarians, 3 full-time and 4 part-time support staff), and works with staff from other library departments who devote time to public services. The Head of Public Services is a member of the library management team and will actively participate in two major ongoing initiatives: continued implementation of an integrated library system (LS/ 2000), and integration of the “teaching library” philosophy into all aspects of library services. Additional duties include: staffing the reference desk, including some nights and weekends; and service as a liaison to faculty departments for the purpose of collection development, instruction, and online searching. Ohio Wesleyan University offers the collegial atmosphere of a liberal arts college with 22 majors, in a town of 19,000 located close to Columbus. The college is committed to supporting cultural diversity and community service as well as academic excellence in the student body. The library has a collection of over 430,000 volumes with a strong rare book collection and one of the country’s oldest federal depositories. The main library, branches, and AV Center are linked by an integrated online catalog and circulation system and an activist approach to library services. Qualifications: Master's degree in library science from an ALA-accredited program; minimum of five years of experience in providing public services with progressively increasing responsibilities and demonstrated skills in planning, supervisory, communication, and staff development skills; and a strong user-oriented philosophy. Experience in teaching, microcomputer applications, and/or automated library systems, and educational technology highly desirable. A second master's degree, background in science or social science preferred but not essential. Twelve-month librarian/faculty appointment, salary range in the mid-$30s. Send letter of application, resume, a statement of personal public service and management philosophy (no more than 2 pages, please), and three letters of reference to: Kathleen Weibel, Director of Libraries, Ohio Wesleyan University, Delaware, OH 43015. Applications will be accepted until August 15, 1989. The position will be filled as soon as possible. Ohio Wesleyan University actively encourages the applications of women and minorities. The college is an equal opportunity, affirmative action employer.

HEAD OF PUBLIC SERVICES/ASSISTANT DIRECTOR.Fulltime, administrative position, reporting to Library Director, to begin January 1,1990. Plan, develop, manage, and evaluate all aspects of public services; supervise all public service staff/departments including circulation and reserve, interlibrary loan, periodicals, and reference; responsible for public service programming, innovation, and basic facility management; share in collection development and liaison responsibilities; participate fully in professional public service activities including Sunday rotation of reference desk responsibilities. Qualifications: ALA-accredited MLS; four recent years in a post-MLS public services position at an academic library; strong oral and written communication skills; demonstrated working knowledge of computer database searching; demonstrated experience with bibliographic instruction; evidence of excellent organization skills required. Administrative or management experience in an academic library; subject master’s degree; reading knowledge of a modern foreign language; evidence of professional involvement; and working knowledge of Word Perfect desirable. Salary: $26,040-$40,480; starting salary normally not to exceed $29,230. Send letter of application, resume, graduate transcripts, a statement of public service philosophy, and addresses and telephone numbers of three references by September 30, 1989, to: Gaynelle Pratt, Personnel Office, Keene State College, Keene, NH 03431. AA/EOE.

HEAD OF SERIALS DEPARTMENT,University of California, Irvine Library. Responsible for overall management of Serials Department. Plays a key role in relocation to a new Science Library; implementation of an integrated system; and reorganization of technological processing units. Required: ALA-accredited MLS; professional serials experience in academic or research library; library automation experience; supervision, planning, analytical skills, initiative, etc. Highly desired: broad-based library experience including serials cataloging. Salary $31,944-$46,020. Deadline September 15, 1989; applications accepted until filled. To apply: send letter, resume, and 3 references to: Anne Rimmer, AULfor Personnel Serv., The University of California at Irvine, P. O. Box 19557, Irvine, CA 92713; (714) 856-7115. AA/EOE.

HEAD OF TECHNICAL SERVICES.Responsibilities include: Managing/directing technical services, cataloging, classification, physical processing, and bibliographic records (online, WLN, and card catalog). Candidates must have: ALA-accredited MLS; administrative experience in academic technical services; familiarity with a major bibliographic utility, at least one foreign language, application of microcomputers, retrospective conversions, and bibliographic database management; and effective interpersonal and communication skills. Professional position, salary ($25,000- $26,500) depends upon experience and qualifications. Women and minorities are encouraged to apply. Seattle Pacific University in Seattle, Wash., is an evangelical Christian university of the arts, sciences, and professions. SPU has a combined undergraduate and graduate enrollment of 3,300 students with an additional 4,000 students enrolled in off-campus programs each quarter. Send resume and letter listing three or more references to: Gary R. Fick, University Librarian, Weter Memorial Library, Seattle Pacific University, Seattle, WA 98119. Phone: (206) 281-2228. Closing date is October 1, 1989.

HEAD OF TECHNICAL SERVICES, PRINCIPAL LIBRARIAN, COLLECTION ACQUISITION AND PROCESSING.Salary range $48,000-$60,000. Available December 1989. Reporting to the Director of The New York State Library, the Principal Librarian (Collection Acquisition and Processing) directs a staff of 22 professionals, 4 paraprofessionals, and 32 support staff. The position is responsible for a $2.5 million acquisitions budget and $259,000 in contractual services funds. The position participates actively in the administration of the Library and serves on Library-wide and State Education Department committees. The six units of Collection Acquisition and Processing (CAP) that report to the Principal Librarian are responsible for acquisition and cataloging of all Library materials, and for maintenance of the bibliographic information on the Library’s online catalog. All acquisition and cataloging are done on computer systems: OCLC, OCLC ACQ350, Faxon LINX. The Library is a full Cooperative Online Serials Program (CONSER) member and has partial National Coordinated Cataloging Operation (NACO) status. CAP staff are currently responsible for the NEH New York State Newspaper Project (part of USNP) and participate in the HEA Title ll-C cooperative cataloging of the Goldsmiths’-Kress Library of Economic Literature on microfilm. CAP staff work with other areas of the Library to maintain the New York State Documents Depository System and are responsible for producing the monthly Checklist of Official Publications and the Dictionary Catalog of Official Publications of the State of New York. The New York State Library is a comprehensive research library with a staff of 200 and holdings of 2.1 million volumes, 4.5 million microforms, and many thousands of manuscripts, maps, musical scores, photographs, and other special collections. The Library is a Federal Regional Depository, the Regional Library for the Blind and Visually Handicapped and a U.S. Patent Depository, and is the only State Library member of the Association of Research Libraries. Candidates will be expected to have at least five years experience in technical processes, at a managerial level, in a major research library. Applicants who wish to be included on an announcement mailing list should send a letter of interest to: Jerome Yavarkovsky, Director, New York State Library, Cultural Education Center, Albany, NY 12230.

HEAD, SYSTEMS AND OPERATIONS,to manage bibliographic control, acquisitions, collection development, serials, and automated services with 4 professional and 8 paraprofessional staff. Qualifications: ALA-accredited MLS, 3 years experience in technical services with evidence of increasing supervisory responsibility, and good communication skills are required. Knowledge of LCSH, LC Classification, AACR2, and MARC formats, and experience with OCLC and automated library systems are desirable. Tenuretrack faculty appointment on 12-month basis with 20 days annual leave and competitive standard benefits with $26,000 minimum salary. Apply by September 15, 1989, with letter, resume, and names and addresses of three references to: Dean of the Library, Library and Resource Center, Auburn University at Montgomery, 7300 University Drive, Montgomery, AL 36117-3596; (205) 244- 9200. AUM is an EEO/AA employer.

INFORMATION ACCESS LIBRARIAN FOR REFERENCE AND DOCUMENTS.Responsible for providing reference service, including serving at the Reference desks in General Reference and Documents. Service level in Documents reflects Regional Depository status. Participates in collection development and liaison activities in selected subject areas. Assists with bibliographic instruction and online searching as needed. Primary responsibility is to the General Reference Unit (approximately 2/3 time); secondary responsibility is to the Documents Unit (approximately 1/3 time). Responsible to the Head, Reference and Documents, under the guidance of the Coordinator, General Reference and the Coordinator, Documents/Reference. Requirements: MLS from an ALA-accredited library school required. Second Master's desirable. Knowledge of documents, as demonstrated by course work or experience. Good oral and written communication skills. Must possess an attitude of flexibility and adaptability in order to serve multi-dimensional purposes required of the position. Salary and Benefits: Salary $19,000-$20,000 for a 12-month appointment. Excellent benefits package; 88% of Social Security paid for first $16,500 of salary; choice of retirement programs including TIAA/ CREF; 14 state holidays; no state or local income tax. General Information: Texas Tech University, one of five comprehensive state universities in Texas, has an enrollment of 24,000. It is located in Lubbock, Texas, a commercial center for the area and metropolitan population of 224,000. The library has 1.1 million volumes and a materials budget of $1.7 million. Planning for an online catalog is underway. Application: Applications received prior to September 31, 1989, will be given first consideration. Position available immediately. Send letter of application, resume, names and addresses of three references to: E. Dale Cluff, Director of Libraries, Texas Tech University, Lubbock, TX 79409. Minorities are encouraged to apply.

INSTRUCTIONAL SERVICES LIBRARIAN.Duties: Provide support for Law School audio-visual needs including videotaping of classroom and clinical programs; oversee Law Library computer lab featuring 30 personal computers linked to Law School local area network; develop, conduct, and supervise instructional programs for students, faculty, and staff in use of WordPerfect and online databases in cooperation with other Library and Law School computer center staff; answer questions concerning use of local area network, personal computers, software, and databases; recommend hardware and software for administrative and educational use to Law Library and Law School administrators; supervise media and microform collections. Requirements: ALA-accredited MLS; a high degree of “media literacy," including previous experience with videotape equipment, preferably in a classroom setting; extensive experience with personal computers, online databases (LEXIS and WESTLAW preferred), and computer software (WordPerfect preferred); supervisory and instructional skills; welldeveloped interpersonal skills; previous experience in law school library preferred. Salary: Commensurate with qualifications and experience, with a minimum salary of $27,500; excellent benefits include tuition exemption for self and family and assistance with University housing. Submit letter of application, resume, and three references to: Scott B. Pagel, Asst. Law Librarian, Columbia Law School Library, Columbia University, 435 W. 116th St., New York, NY 10027. Deadline for applications is October 15,1989. Columbia University is an Equal Opportunity, Affirmative Action Employer.

LIBRARY CONSERVATOR.The Hagley Museum and Library has extended its search for a book and paper Conservator to develop and carry out its newly-established comprehensive preservation program for library collections. This individual will be responsible for preparing, implementing, and documenting conservation treatment of books, manuscripts, and pictorial materials; monitoring construction of and administering new conservation laboratory; implementing general preservation programs; and preparing newly-acquired materials for use by patrons and for exhibit. Requires demonstrated ability to develop and carry out restoration and conservation treatment of library materials. Graduate degree from recognized book and manuscripts conservation training program plus minimum 2 years’ related experience or equivalent extensive experience in conservation of library materials. Comprehensive knowledge of historic restoration techniques including historical book structures and bindings. Familiarity with preservation issues in research libraries highly desired. The Hagley Museum and Library is an independent research library which houses an important collection of manuscripts, photographs, books, and pamphlets documenting American business, economic, and technological history. It is located on the 250-acre site of the original duPont black powder mills, estate, and gardens, and offers easy access to Philadelphia, Washington, and New York. Salary to the mid-$20s, dependent upon qualifications and experience. Comprehensive benefits package including TIAA-CREF. Please send resume immediately to: Personnel Department, Hagley Museum and Library, P. 0. Box 3630, Wilmington, DE 19807. EOE.

LIBRARY DIRECTOR.Under the general supervision of the Director of University Libraries, the University of Connecticut's Hartford Regional Branch is seeking a Director to be responsible for the management of it’s Harleigh B. Trecker Library. The chosen individual will also serve as Assistant Director of Regional Campus Libraries and, in that capacity, is responsible for the administrative coordination of library programs at five regional campuses within the University of Connecticut Library system. Qualifications include an MLS from an ALA-accredited graduate library program, and least 6 years of professional library experience including at least 3 years of managerial experience. Some experience in a library unit on a remote campus is preferred. An advanced degree in the Social Sciences and/or other evidence of appropriate education and/or experience in the Social Sciences is desired. Anticipated hiring salary is in the mid $40s. Closing date for applications is September 22,1989, with an anticipated starting date of January 1,1990. Please send letter of application and resume to: Administrative Offices, Homer Babbidge Library, The University of Connecticut, Box U-5A, 369 Fairfield Road, Storrs, CT 06269-1005. An Affirmative Action, Equal Opportunity Employer. (Search #9A309.)

MANUSCRIPTS LIBRARIAN,Harry Ransom Humanities Research Center. Responsible for the administration, personnel management, and operation of manuscripts and archives. Participate in analysis and planning to facilitate transition from a manual to an automated cataloging system. Catalog manuscripts and archives using MARC AMC format; train support staff in processing of collections and in data entry. Coordinate the documentation of input standards and revision of departmental processing and cataloging manuals. Serve as liaison with books cataloging division to assure thorough integration of bibliographic records for archives and books in the locally developed Online Catalog. Librarian reports to the HRHRC Associate Director. Division personnel consists of two professional librarians (including this position) and 4.5 FTE support staff. Qualifications: MLS from an ALA- accredited graduate library program, with special collections or archives concentration. Significant experience in manuscripts/ archival processing preferably in an academic/research library, including familiarity with MARC AMC format and AACR2. Experience with a major bibliographic utility (OCLC, RLIN), including familiarity with MARC formats and online authority file systems. Superior supervisory, communication, and interpersonal skills, with experience in staff instruction and training. Reading knowledge of French. Academic degree in literature. Salary: $27,000-$30,000 depending upon qualifications and experience. No state or local income tax. Competitive benefits package. Retirement plan options. Position available October 1, 1989. To insure consideration, application should be received by September 20, 1989. Send letter of application and resume, including the names of three professional references, to: Michael Whalon, Associate Director, Harry Ransom Humanities Research Center, Box 7219, The University of Texas at Austin, Austin, TX 78713.

MELLON INTERN FOR PRESERVATION ADMINISTRATION,University of Michigan. Responsible for expansion of the Library’s preservation program in the divisional and branch libraries. Outlines a broad preservation program for a specific collection, with particular attention to the replacement/reformatting of brittle books; develops and oversees implementation of procedures and workflows; develops and presents training modules for divisional library staff; writes narrative and statistical reports and other documents relative to project. Participates with Preservation Office staff in managing ongoing programs (brittle books replacement, conservation and book repair, bindery preparations, and microfilming) and in planning and implementing new preservation initiatives. Participates in staff and user education program, and in disaster preparedness and recover training program. In addition, will be responsible for overseeing special projects as assigned; preparation of samples and surveys as needed; participation in planning and implementing grant-based initiatives. Supervision of staff and student employees may be required in carrying out responsibilities. Reports to Associate Preservation Librarian. Required: MLS. Minimum of 5 years post-MLS experience; ability to plan and implement projects and to work independently; strong oral and written communication skills; demonstrated ability to work effectively with staff at all levels, representatives of other institutions, and the public. Desired: Experience in a large academic or research library; successful management experience including planning, supervision, training, and budget responsibilities. Salary commensurate with current level of experience up to a maximum of $31,500. Full benefits package. Applications received by September 30, 1989, will be given first consideration. Apply to: Lucy Cohen, Manager, Library Personnel Office, 404 Hatcher Graduate Library, The University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Ml 48109-1205. A nondiscriminatory, Affirmative Action Employer.

ONLINE CATALOG DEVELOPMENT LIBRARIANin the Technical Services Division, Illinois State University, full-time, tenuretrack position. Manages the development of the library’s online catalog; coordinates its growth and access; acts as liaison with Public Service faculty regarding the operation of the catalog; develops projects for full utilization of lllinet Online (IO), the state’s online union catalog, at ISU. ISU is a multi-purpose university with more than 20,000 students, located in the medium-sized urban area of Normal/Bloomington. Milner Library is the central library facility for the university community with a staff of 110 including thirty-five professionals, over one million volumes, and a materials budget of $1.5 million. The Library is a member of the CRL and the Illinois Library Computer System, a resource-sharing network of thirty-five academic institutions in the State of Illinois. Qualifications: MLS from an ALA-accredited school; second advanced degree or CAS in Library Science required for tenure and appointment or promotion beyond instructor rank. Technical and practical knowledge of library computer systems (OCLC, INNOVACQ, LCS/ FBR) and microcomputers is required. Salary $23,000 minimum. Salary and rank commensurate with qualifications and experience. Applications will be accepted until the position is filled, but for maximum consideration, applications should be received no later than September 20,1989. Submit a letter of application, resume, and the names of three current references to: Richard Christensen, Librarian Search Committee, 311 Milner Library, Illinois State University, Normal, IL 61761. Illinois State University is an Equal Opportunity, Affirmative Action Employer.

RARE BOOK LIBRARIAN,Washington University School of Medicine Library. Curator of eight distinguished historical book and journal collections. Responsible for description and cataloging of rare books, rare book purchasing, exhibits, and conservation. Contributes to management of related archives and contemporary imprint collections in the history of medicine. Qualifications include an MLS or MA with specialization in history of medicine, experience with automated library cataloging, familiarity with the antiquarian book market, and reading knowledge of Latin and German (facility in other European languages desirable). Academic 12- month appointment. Salary $25,000-$28,000, depending on qualifications. Generous benefits. Send resume and three references by September 30,1989, to: Paul G. Anderson, Associate Director, Archives and Rare Books, Washington University School of Medicine Library, Campus Box 8132,660 S. Euclid Ave., St. Louis, MO 63110. Washington University is an equal opportunity, affirmative action employer.

READERS’ SERVICES LIBRARIAN,Rhode Island School of Design. Provide reference service, library orientation, and bibliographic instruction to dynamic and active art school community, including museum; supervise public services, including circulation, reserve collection, and interlibrary loan; oversee serials and bindery. ALA-accredited MLS; undergraduate degree in art history or studio art preferred; reading knowledge of one or more modern European languages; three years professional and supervisory experience; knowledge of online reference services desirable. Salary: Mid-$20s minimum, excellent benefits. Send application, resume, and names of three references by September 20,1989, to: Carol S. Terry, Director of Library Services, Rhode Island School of Design, 2 College Street, Providence, Rl 02903.

REFERENCE AND TECHNICAL SERVICES LIBRARIAN.West Virginia University is seeking an energetic, service-oriented individual to join a team of dedicated, forward-looking librarians in the largest of WVU's nine branch libraries. The Evansdale Library, opened in 1980, houses a collection of 200,000-plus volumes and serves graduate and undergraduate programs in Agriculture, Engineering, Education, Art, Theatre, Forestry, Energy Resources, Social Work, and Physical Education. Responsibilities: participate in reference, database searching, and bibliographic instruction services; coordinate cataloging and acquisitions activities with main library; supervise catalog and serial record maintenance; participate in collection development activities; supervise bindery operations; participate in automation and other long-range planning activities. Qualifications: ALA-accredited MLS; subject degree or experience in a library serving one of the disciplines supported by the Evansdale Library; knowledge of AACR2, LC classification, LCSH, and MARC formats; effective oral, written, and interpersonal communication skills; experience in computerized database searching; familiarity with OCLC and CD-ROM applications; knowledge of major reference tools and question negotiation strategies; supervisory ability; strong public and technical services skills; service orientation; minimum of two years of experience preferred. Salary: $20,500 negotiable, depending on qualifications. Benefits: non-tenure-track faculty position; TIA/V CREF; 24 days annual leave; 18 days sick leave; proximity to Allegheny Mountain recreation areas, Pittsburgh, and Washington, DC; West Virginia has had the lowest crime rate in the U.S. for the past nine years; West Virginia University is the land-grant institution for West Virginia. Send letter of application, resume, and names/addresses of three references to: Harold B. Shill, Chair, Reference and Technical Services Librarian Search Committee, Evansdale Library, West Virginia University, P.O. Box 6105, Morgantown, WV 26506-6105. Application deadline September 30, 1989. West Virginia University is an affirmative action and equal opportunity employer.

REFERENCE/BIBLIOGRAPHER(New Position). Provides general as well as in-depth reference services in the humanities and social sciences, including online literature searching; selects library materials in designated subject areas, including English literature; teaches library usage and serves as liaison with one or more academic departments. Qualifications: MLS from an ALA- accredited library school; degree in English literature preferred; reading knowledge of a foreign language desirable; knowledge of online searching, preferably BRS and Dialog; experience in reference or collection development in an academic library desirable. Minimum salary $20,316. Send letter of application, resume, and three letters of reference to: Personnel Office, Box 1184, Washington University, One Brookings Drive, St. Louis, MO 63130-4899. Applications accepted until the position is filled. Initial review of applications will begin November 1, 1989. Employment eligibility verification required upon hire. Washington University is an equal opportunity, affirmative action employer.

REFERENCE/BIBLIOGRAPHER, SCIENCES,Research and Information Services Department, Homer Babbidge Library, University of Connecticut. Responsibilities include providing reference assistance to library users; computer-based services, including online searching and CD-ROMs; instructional and orientation activities; faculty liaison with one or more schools or departments, including selecting materials for the general and reference collections. The Research and Information Services Department consists of 12 librarians and 4 paraprofessional staff, supported by a processing staff of 5. It provides reference services, broadly defined, in the Homer Babbidge Library, the central library for the University, which supports students in all academic disciplines. Requirements: ALA-accredited MLS; background in the sciences or engineering developed through either graduate study or work experience; demonstrated ability to work with diverse users and staff; proven ability in written and verbal communication, and an ability to function effectively in a changing environment. Preferred: minimum of two years of relevant post-MLS experience as a reference librarian in an academic library; knowledge of microcomputer applications in libraries; reading knowledge of a modern foreign language; and graduate study or advanced degree in addition to the MLS. Initial appointment is expected to be at the University Librarian I, II, or III rank with salary range in the mid$20s to the high $30s depending on background and experience. Benefits: TIAA/CREF; Blue Cross/Blue Shield, including Major Medical coverage; life insurance; and 22 days vacation and 12 paid State holidays per year. Send resume, cover letter, and three letters of reference to: Lois Brandt, Administrative Offices, Homer Babbidge Library, Box U-5A, The University of Connecticut, 369 Fairfield Road, Storrs, CT 06269-1005. Applications received by September 22,1989 will be given preference in the screening process. AA/ EOE. (Search #9A312.)

REFERENCE LIBRARIAN.This Assistant Reference Librarian is responsible for professional reference service including some evening and weekend work in a busy metropolitan progressive university library, with a diverse clientele, which is in the process of implementing NOTIS. Database and CD-ROM searching, library user instruction, collection development are other dimensions of this position. Faculty rank and status, 12-month contract, tenuretrack with liberal fringe benefits. Salary is $21,500. We are seeking a reference librarian with an ALA-accredited MLS. Send resume and names, addresses, and phone numbers of at least three references to: Kathleen Voigt, Chairperson of Search Committee, William S. Carlson Library, The University of Toledo, 2801 W. Bancroft St., Toledo, OH 43606. Applications will be accepted until the position is filled. The University of Toledo is an Equal Opportunity, Affirmative Action Employer.

REFERENCE LIBRARIAN.West Virginia University’s Wise Library announces a new reference position. Under the direction of the Head of Reference, supervises interlibrary loan services; provides reference service, including some night and weekend hours; performs computerized literature searches, and assists users with CD-ROM products; participates in bibliographic instruction, including a formal one-hour course; serves as reference specialist and general bibliographer for one or more assigned areas in the social sciences. Minimum Qualifications: ALA-accredited MLS; academic background in one of the social sciences; strong service orientation; excellent oral and written communication skills. Salary and Rank: $19,500. 12-month appointment. Entry level Staff Librarian. TIAA/CREF, 24 days annual leave, and other excellent benefits. Deadline for Applications: September 20, 1989. Position available November 1, 1989. Starting date negotiable. Send letter of application stating qualifications, 2 copies of resume, and names, addresses, and telephone numbers of at least 3 professional references to: Myra N. Lowe, Chair, Search Committee for Reference Librarian, Wise Library, West Virginia University, P.O. Box 6069, Morgantown, WV 26506-6069. West Virginia University is an Affirmative Action, Equal Opportunity Employer.

REFERENCE LIBRARIAN.Sterling Memorial Library, Yale University Library. Minimum Rank: Librarian II or III. Responsibilities: Provides reference desk assistance, bibliographic instruction, and computer-assisted reference service. Administers and supervises interlibrary loan. The department, the central reference location on campus, serves all levels of users with special focus in the humanities and social sciences, and is in an exciting period of development as it seeks to expand its role in meeting the information needs of the Yale community. Qualifications: MLS degree from an ALA-accredited library school. Two or more years of academic reference experience in the humanities and social sciences. Reading knowledge of two foreign languages. Familiarity with online database and compact disc searching, the application of microcomputers to reference services. Familiarity with current trends in interlibrary loan. Demonstrated interpersonal skills including excellent oral and written communication with strong analytical skills. Ability to work cooperatively in a demanding and rapidly changing environment. Supervisory experience in an interlibrary loan unit desirable. Additional graduate work desirable. Salary and rank commensurate with qualifications and experience; from a minimum of $27,300 at Librarian II or $31,500 at Librarian III. Application deadline: October 15, 1989. To be assured of consideration, please send letter of application, resume, and names of 3 references to: Diane Y. Turner, Acting Head, Library Personnel Services, Yale University Library, P.O. Box 1603A Yale Station, New Haven, CT 06520. An EEO/AA employer.

REFERENCE LIBRARY HEAD.Reports to the Director of General Public Services. Responsible for administration of Reference Library staff, collection, and services. Selects, trains, and evaluates staff personnel. Participates in the provision of reference service and other departmental activities. Works closely with Reference Librarians and the Director in sustaining, planning, and extending effective and innovative services. Incumbent will be a member of the Library Administrative Council. Department: Reference Library provides reference and research services to the campus community, online search and other computer-based services, and a variety of user education programs. The general reference collection includes 23,000+ volumes. Staff includes 8 FTE librarians, 2 FTE support staff, 3 FTE grad assistants and other student assistants. The Information Desk is also administered by the Reference Library. Qualifications: Required: MLS/ALA-accredited. Four years of progressive and responsible experience in a large university or major research library, some within general reference. Evidence of outstanding management, planning, organization, supervision, and communication skills in addition to experience in reference service, online searching, user education, and collection development. Strong commitment to responsive and innovative reference service. Ability to meet University standards of research, publication, and service. Preferred: Reference service management experience including the application of new technologies to general reference service. Desired: Reading knowledge of a Western European language. Salary/Rank: $35,000 upward, depending on qualifications. Twelve-month appointment. Faculty rank dependent on experience and accomplishments. Must meet University standards for research, publication, and university/community professional service. Application: Send application, resume, names, and addresses of five professional references by October 15, 1989, to: Allen G. Dries, Library Personnel Manager, University of Illinois Library (U-C), 1408 West Gregory Dr., Urbana, IL 61801; (217) 333-5494. Specific Inquiries: Contact Susan Bekiares, Chairperson, Search Committee, (217) 244-2058. The University of Illinois is an affirmative action, equal opportunity employer.

SCIENCE ONLINE SERVICES COORDINATOR/REFERENCE LIBRARIAN.University of Georgia Libraries. The Science Library serves the biomedical, agricultural, and physical sciences. The 76,000 sq. ft. facility has 700,000 volumes and 5,500 current journal subscriptions with a staff of 28. (Salary minimum $21,000.) Duties: The Science Online Services Coordinator manages the librarian-mediated search service and the end-user search program and works closely with the Main Library’s Online Services Coordinator. Reference duties include providing assistance to users, participating in instructional and referral services, and developing the collection in assigned areas. The librarian assists patrons in making effective use of science databases and other library resources, including government documents. The librarian reports to the Head of Science Reference. Qualifications: ALA- accredited MLS; minimum of one year of database searching experience, preferably in science databases such as Chemical Abstracts and Biological Abstracts; demonstrated organizational ability; working knowledge of basic and scientific reference sources; effective oral and written communication skills; ability to evaluate resources and technologies; ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships; coursework in natural or physical science or a demonstrated interest in science literature desired; experience with the use of microcomputers desired; strong interest in academic or special librarianship desired. Application Procedure: Send letter of application by October 2, 1989, including resume and names of three references to: Florence E. King, Personnel Librarian, University of Georgia Libraries, Athens, GA 30602. This position will be filled only if suitable applicants are found. An Equal Opportunity, Affirmative Action Institution.

SCIENCE REFERENCE LIBRARIAN/COORDINATOR OF COMPUTER SERVICES FOR THE SCIENCES AND ENGINEERING atArizona State University. The incumbent serves as a reference librarian in the Noble Science and Engineering Library and is responsible for subject specialist support and training in the use of online databases, optical disks, indexes on the online catalog, and microcomputers. This is a continuing appointment-track position with requirements for professional development and service as well as excellence on the job. Required qualifications: ALA-accredited MLS degree; strong background In science (academic training and/or experience); demonstrated communication skills; experience with microcomputers; experience with or knowledge of enduser technologies/systems; experience using DIALOG, BRS, or STN; science reference experience in an academic, research, or special library. Preferred: Undergraduate or graduate degree in the sciences; supervisory experience; instructional experience; substantial experience with program development, implementation and evaluation, especially of the introduction of microcomputers and vendor-supplied online databases into library service programs. Salary: From $23,500 (negotiable, dependent on qualifications and experience). To apply: Send letter of application, resume, and the names, addresses, and telephone numbers of four recent references to: Constance Corey, Associate Dean of Libraries, Hayden Library, Arizona State University, Tempe, AZ 85287- 1006; phone (602) 965-3417. Recruitment will remain open until the position is filled, but review of applications will begin October 10,1989. ASU is an affirmative action, equal opportunity employer.

SENIOR ASSISTANT OR ASSOCIATE LIBRARIAN(depending on qualifications). Public Services Department. Tenure-track, fulltime. Salary range: Senior Assistant Librarian $2764-$3830/ month; Associate Librarian $3487-$4847/month. Application deadline is September 30,1989. Qualifications: MLS degree from ALA-accredited library school or equivalent. Minimum of 2 years full-time professional librarian experience. Desirable: Public Services librarian experience; supervisory skills and experience; computer knowledge; experience implementing managing, or using an online circulation system. Responsibilities: Under the general direction of the Chair of Public Services, has administrative responsibility for operation of the Circulation Unit, including circulation in both libraries, maintenance of general stacks, reserve book room, security, fines and billing operations, online circulation module coordination, and planning for compact storage of materials. May include other Public Service assignments such as reference. Hires and oversees the training, development, and evaluation of Circulation personnel. Submit letter of application, resume, and names, addresses, and phone numbers of 3 professional references to: Ann Waggoner, Chair, Public Services Department, Oviatt Library, California State University, Northridge, 18111 Nordhoff St., Northridge, CA 91330. An AA/EO, Title IX, Section 503 and 504 Employer.

SENIOR CATALOG LIBRARIAN.Serves as primary resource to catalog librarians and assists with training. Performs original and complex cataloging in several formats, including monographs, computer files, and foreign language materials. Responsible for ensuring that the Library’s original cataloging conforms to national standards. Assists the Head of Online Catalog Management with coordination of NOTIS authority control operations among cataloging agencies utilizing the University’s online system. Manages and organizes departmental documentation and conducts workshops on current cataloging resources/practices as needed. Serves as online system specialist for the department, working with the department head to coordinate NELINET/OCLC and NOTIS planning and maintenance. Participates in departmental and librarywide committees to plan for future developments and directions and to formulate policies and procedures. Qualifications: ALA- accredited MLS; 5 years professional cataloging experience in an academic or research library; substantive experience with LC classification, LCSH, AACR2, OCLC, and MARC formats; practical experience with integrated online systems, including online authority control, highly desirable; reading knowledge of two or more foreign languages; and excellent communication and interpersonal skills. Salary from $29,000, depending on qualifications.

Boston College, a co-educational Jesuit University of 9,000 undei graduates and 5,000 graduate and professional students, is com mitted to the ideal of excellence and service to others. The centr‹ O'Neill Library provides an attractive and intensely used enviror ment for study and teaching. The University Libraries, with a sta of 50 professional, 90 support positions, and over 200 studer assistants, are recognized as the focal point for research an' information services at the university. Fully automated since 198z the Libraries have just migrated to the NOTIS system and continu to be leaders in using new information technology to enhanc service to users. The Library administration encourages participć tive management, open communication, and staff development s all levels of the organization. Benefits include 22 days vacatior tuition remission, and a wide range of insurance programs. Appl cations received before October 15,1989, will receive first consic eration. To apply send resume and cover letter indicating positio of interest along with names and telephone numbers of 3 refei ences to: Richard Jefferson, Employment Manager, Department c Human Resources, Boston College, Chestnut Hill, MA 02167. A equal opportunity, affirmative action employer.

SENIOR CATALOGER.Responsibility in an academic library wit major emphasis on serial cataloging and Library of Congres classification. MLS required from an ALA-accredited librar school, minimum of three years experience. OCLC cataloging an an interest in automated library procedures desirable. Salary minimum $29,500. Position available December 1, 1989. Sen application, resume, and three letters of reference by October 1 1989, to: Robert C. Smith, Head Cataloger, Vassar College Poughkeepsie, NY 12601. AA/EOE.

SLAVIC REFERENCE LIBRARIAN,responsible for advance reference service for users of the Slavic and East Europea Studies Central Collection of the Hoover Institution, Stanford Un versity. Qualifications: an MLS and a degree (a graduate degre preferred) in 20th-century European or Russian history or equivć lent, with excellent knowledge of Russian and a working know edge of at least one other European language; evidence of stron public service orientation in similar environment; proven ability t pursue bibliographic research and communicate clearly in oral an written English. Salary ranges are: Associate Librariar $30,900-$43,100; Librarian: $35,200-$52,000. Send resume and list of three references to: Neil McElroy, Head of Reader; Services, Hoover Institution, Stanford, CA 94305. Deadline fc applications is October 2, 1989. Hoover Institution is an equ‹ opportunity, affirmative action employer.

SYSTEMS COORDINATORwith faculty rank. Search reopenec Available January 1990. To coordinate libraries’ automated sy: tern (NOTIS); supervise database maintenance activities (catalog ing, authority control); coordinate use of IBM microcomputer class room including software and applications instruction; and panic pate in delivery of public services. Required: MLS from an AL4 accredited program or MS in information science. Strong commi nication skills and the ability to work effectively with student; faculty, and colleagues. Preferred: Demonstrated knowledge t latest developments in micro-based applications and library autc mated systems in an academic environment. Salary: minimur $22,000, commensurate with experience. Send letter of applies tion, resume, transcripts, and 3 letters of recommendation t‹ David W. Jordan, Vice President for Academic Affairs, Austi College, Sherman, TX 75091-1177. Review of candidates wi begin October 2, 1989. EOE.

SYSTEMS LIBRARIAN(Search Extended). Participates in th ongoing development of an automated library information syster and helps to maintain the efficient operation of existing automate processes. Desirable Qualifications are: working experience in library processing environment; programming experience and/c coursework in assembler language and/or a block-structure higher level language such as PL/I, Pascal, or “C,” preferably on main-frame machine; knowledge of interactive transaction pro‹ essing and batch text-processing applications. Required: an ML from an ALA-accredited library school or a graduate degree in discipline related to information science. Minimum salary $22,17( Send letter of application, resume, and three letters of reference t‹ Virginia F. Toliver, Director of Library Personnel and Administrativ Services, Olin Library, Washington University, Box 1061, On Brookings Drive, St. Louis, MO 63130-4899. Applications will b accepted until October 31, 1989, or until the position is filler Employment eligibility verification required upon hire. Washington University is an equal opportunity, affirmative action employer.

TECHNICAL SERVICES LIBRARIAN,Williams College Library. Participates with the Head of Technical Services in the management of acquisitions, cataloging, and serials. Performs original cataloging of monographs, serials, music scores, sound recordings, and videos. Does authority work, both subject and name. Oversees retrospective conversion and reclassification projects. Performs online catalog maintenance. Does complex bibliographic searching. Directs the work of technical assistants and student workers. Performs other professional assignments as necessary. Maintains ongoing familiarity with technological advances. Qualifications: MLS degree. Knowledge of OCLC, LC classification and subject headings, the online catalog, and MARC formats for records, scores, and media. Ability to work with foreign language materials. Salary from $22,000, depending upon experience. Send resume and names of three references by September 25,1989, to: James Cubit, Assistant College Librarian, Williams College, Williamstown, MA 01267. An EO/AA employer.

THEOLOGY CATALOG LIBRARIAN.Saint John's University is seeking applicants for a theology cataloger who will be responsible for maintaining the bibliographic integrity of the theology collection at Saint John’s University. Duties include, but are not limited to: cataloging theological materials, creating original cataloging records, and assisting paraprofessional staff with general cataloging. Some reference desk hours are required. Saint John’s University, located in a beautiful wooded area in central Minnesota 70 miles northwest of Minneapolis/St. Paul, seeks to educate students in the liberal arts within a Benedictine Catholic environment. St. John's University and the College of St. Benedict, located 6 miles to the east, cooperate in all aspects of college life and enroll 3,800 students in the liberal arts. The St. John’s library supports a Graduate School of Theology and has close ties with the Hill Monastic Manuscript Library and the Institute for Ecumenical and Cultural Research. Position requirements: ALA-accredited MLS and graduate work in theology, religion, or medieval studies; working knowledge of German and at least one other modern European or classical language; working knowledge of AACR2, LCSH, and MARC formats; excellent oral, written, and interpersonal communications skills. Full-time position; salary based on qualifications and experience; minimum $22,000. Excellent fringe benefits. Requests for additional information should be directed to: Michael D. Kathman, Director of Libraries, Media, and Academic Computing, Alcuin Library, Saint John's University, Collegeville, MN 56321; (612) 363-2119. A letter of application, resume, and the names, addresses, and phone numbers of three references should be sent to: Herbert Trenz, Director of Personnel, Saint John’s University, Collegeville, MN 56321. Applications received by September 30,1989, will receive first consideration but the position will remain open until a suitable applicant is found. St. John’s is an EOE employer.

UNIVERSITY ARCHIVIST:Collects, preserves, catalogs, and provides reference service for the University Archives and for papers housed in the Research Collections; creates and maintains finding aids for all materials housed in Archives, including university records, manuscripts, official publications, photographs, graphic materials, microforms, and audio-visual materials; is responsible for planning for selected automated access to archival materials; shares supervisory responsibilities for 1 FTE and several student assistants. Reports to the Head of Special Collections. Position is a twelve-month, non-tenure-track appointment. Qualifications: Master’s degree, preferably in history or the social sciences, or MLS required. Previous archival education/experience required. SAA certification preferred. Familiarity with library automation and microcomputer use desirable. Knowledge of current archival preservation practices. Ability and willingness to assist the public in a helpful and courteous manner. Minimum salary $20,316. Send letter of application, resume, and three letters of reference to: Personnel Office, Box 1184, Washington University, One Brookings Drive, St. Louis, MO 63130-4899. Position will remain open until filled. Initial review of applications will begin October 6,1989. Employment eligibility verification required upon hire. WU is an equal opportunity, affirmative action employer.

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HEAD, CHEMISTRY LIBRARY,Emory University Libraries. Available: November 15, 1989. Has authority, responsibility, and accountability for administration of the Chemistry Library, including services provided to users, and projects developed to enhance user access (e.g., reference services, online searches, and library users instructions). Selects reference and general collection materials, primarily for Chemistry. Minimum Qualifications: ALA-accredited MLS with undergraduate or master’s degree in chemistry. Several years research, scientific or technical library reference experience. Appropriate equivalent combinations of education and/or experience will be considered. Background for applying computer technology desirable. Reading knowledge of one modern European language desired, preferably German. Knowledge and/or skill in searching chemical databases. Understanding of scholarly research methods and information needs. Ability to communicate effectively to establish and maintain effective working relationships with all segments of the academic community. Demonstrated administrative and supervisory competence. Beginning Salary and Rank: Dependent upon qualifications and experience, minimum for Librarian II, $23,750; minimum for Librarian III, $28,500. Comprehensive benefits package. Application Procedure: Send letter of application, resume, and names, addresses, and telephone numbers of three references to: Janet T. Paulk, Library Personnel Officer, Robert W. Woodruff Library, Emory University, Atlanta, GA 30322. Review of materials begins September 25, 1989, and continues until an appointment is made. Emory University is an Equal Opportunity, Affirmative Action Employer.

LEARNING RESOURCE CENTER HEAD.Oversee A-V services, including purchasing, distribution and production, and microcomputer lab. Reports to library director. Supervises 3 staff. ALA-accredited MLS or master’s in educational technology. Some experience preferred. Salary commensurate with experience, excellent fringe benefits. Send letter and vita with 3 references to: Mignon Adams, Library Director, Philadelphia College of Pharmacy and Science, Woodland Avenue at 42nd Street, Philadelphia, PA 19104. Applications accepted until position is filled. AAÆO Employer.

LIBRARIAN II,search reopened. ALA-accredited MLS required. Library experience preferred. Management of Technical Services Department including original cataloging and complex editing of OCLC copy, supervision of cataloging staff, catalog maintenance, planning for technical processing operations, and participation in implementing an online catalog and circulation system. Will also teach some courses in an undergraduate library science minor, participate in a fourperson reference desk rotation, and do DIALOG searches. $17,008-$26,019 (12 months) contingent upon qualifications and experience. Group health and disability insurance provided, TIAA/CREF, classified state position. Position available immediately and will be open until a suitable candidate is found. Send letter of application and resume with undergraduate and graduate transcripts, and three original letters of reference to: Darryl Podoll, Library Director, Valley City State University, Valley City, ND 58072. VCSU is an EQ/AA employer.

LIFE/HEALTH SCIENCES LIBRARIAN,(tenure-track position). Idaho State University seeks an innovative librarian to develop its Health Sciences Library, act as faculty liaison,and supervise collection development in the life and health sciences. Pursue grants and other external funding opportunities, provide specialized reference service, including database searching. Required: ALA-accredited MLS. Bachelor’s degree in the life or health sciences. Experience with online searching. Capacity to assume increasing responsibility for development and eventual management of a Health Sciences Library; excellent oral and written communication skills. Desired: Graduate study in the life/health sciences oi health-related professions. Familiarity with academic library operations and services. Supervisory experience. The Eli M. Oboler Library is a modern, spacious facility in a small university town close to scenic and recreation areas. It has had an online catalog for six years. Available immediately: recruitment will continue until the position is filled. Salary: Negotiable, $26,000/year minimum. Generous vacation and benefits. Faculty-equivalent status. 12-month appointment. Send letter of application, resume, and names, addresses, and telephone numbers oJ three references to: Charles Perry, Public Services Director, Eli M. Oboler Library. Idaho State University, Pocatello, ID 83209-8089. ISU is an equal opportunity, affirmative action employer. Applications from women and minorities are especially sought.

REFERENCE HEAD.The University Libraries of Notre Dame are seeking a creative experienced librarian to lead a dynamic Reference Department intc service programs for the 21st century. The Department consists of seven professionals plus support staff serving Business, the Humanities, and Social Sciences in a research university setting. Services currently offered include reference desk, government documents, bibliographic instruction, database services, and interlibrary loan. A record of professional accomplishment and evidence of leadership skills are essential. Compensation is open and generous, with a salary oi at least $33,000—the right person might expect significantly more. If you are open to the challenges of leading in a rapidly changing research library environment, we invite you to contact: Peggy Weissert, Library Personnel Officer, Theodore M. Hesburgh Library, University of Notre Dame, Notre Dame, IN 46556. While we will continue looking until we find the right person, our initial review oi applicants will occur October 15,1989. An Affirmative Action, Equal Opportunity Employer.

REFERENCE LIBRARIAN.University of Wisconsin-Stout located in Menomonie, Northwest Wisconsin, seeks a reference librarian with a teacher education (Educational Materials Center) emphasis. Serves at Reference Desk, in bibliographic instruction, and as resource person for Educational Materials Center: works with online public access information sources, and electronic indexes. Requirements: MLS degree; skill in reference interviews and library instruction: training or experience in teacher education collection development; experience in using microcomputers and software. Desirable: Experience or education in UW- Stout’s mission areas; e.g., industry, technology, home economics, business, vocational rehabilitation, hospitality/tourism. Appointment: Annual, Probationary Academic Staff. Salary: $26,000. Closing date: First screening of applications will begin on October 15, 1989, and will continue until a suitable candidate is selected. Send letter of application, resume, and names, addresses, telephone numbers of three references to: John J. Jax, Director of the Library Learning Center. University of Wisconsin-Stout, Menomonie, WI 54751. Applications from women, minorities, and persons with disabilities are especially encouraged.

REFERENCE LIBRARIAN/ENGINEERING BIBLIOGRAPHER,Michel Orradre Library, Santa Clara University. Readvertised. Serves as primary library liaison to School of Engineering and Department of Mathematics. Develops and manages library collections. Coordinates online searching. Provides reference assistance and bibliographic instruction. Required: MLS or equivalent degree from ALA-accredited program and 3-5 years relevant professional experience; academic background or library experience in scientific or technical collection development and/or reference; prior experience with bibliographic instruction and database searching; strong interpersonal and communication skills. Desirable: Second Master’s in computer science, engineering, or mathematics, knowledge of modern foreign language, German preferred. Santa Clara is a Jesuit university located 46 miles south of San Francisco in the heart of California’s Santa Clara Valley. Initial appointment at either Senior Assistant or Associate Librarian rank, depending upon qualifications. 1989/90 salary range: $28,222- $46,560. Apply by October 15, 1989, to: Elizabeth M. Salzer, University Librarian, Michel Orradre Library, Santa Clara University, Santa Clara, CA 95053. Santa Clara is an Affirmative Action, Equal Opportunity employer.

REFERENCE POSITION,full-time, twelve-month, tenure-track position. Will be involved in reference services and bibliographic instruction including use of the statewide online catalog, CD-ROM workstations, etc. Includes evening and weekend work. Degree requirements for tenure: MLS from an ALA-accredited library school plus second master’s degree. Experience in reference, academic librarianship, bibliographic instruction, and online database searching preferred. Librarians hold faculty rank and are evaluated for retention and tenure in areas of primary duties, research, and service. Salary: Instructor, $25,140; Assistant Professor, $27,900. Deadline for applications: October 15, 1989. Send letter of application, resume, names, addresses, and telephone numbers of three references, and transcripts to: Cynthia Johnson, Administrative Clerk, University Library, Western Illinois University, Macomb, IL 61455. WIU is an Equal Opportunity, Affirmative Action Employer. Applications are especially encouraged from women, minorities, and handicapped persons.

SLAVIC CATALOG LIBRARIAN,Hoover Institution, Stanford University. One and one-half years appointment. Performs cataloging of the Slavic government documents (monographs, serials, and microforms), 1917 to the present, according to AACR2 and RLIN standards. Qualifications: an MLS from ALA-accredited school or equivalent, with background in Russian history or political science; reading knowledge of Russian required. Previous experience doing original cataloging utilizing an automated cataloging system preferred. Salary Range: Assistant Librarian $28,000-$38,750; Associate Librarian $30,900-$43,100. Contact: Joseph Kladko, Head of Technical Services, Hoover Institution, Stanford, CA 94305; (415) 723-2054. Application should be made by September 15,1989. Hoover Institution is an equal opportunity, affirmative action employer.

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