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BOOKS BOUGHT AND SOLD

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 Quality older editions, duplicates, unneeded gifts, superseded titles always sought.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

POSITIONS OPEN

ACCESS LIBRARIAN.Western Connecticut State University is seeking qualified applicants for the tenure-track position of Access services Librarian. Responsibilities will include supervision of the automated circulation department and its personnel. Additional responsibilities will include interlibrary loan and document delivery, print and electronic reserves, stacks maintenance, collection and analysis of statistics, prepare reports, participates in reference desk rotation, as well as serving as a liaison to selected academic departments. Candidates must possess an MLS from ALA-accredited program, have at least two years of academic library experience supervising a public service operation, have demonstrated experience with copyright laws, and knowledge of automated systems for access services (preferably Innovative Interfaces). Salary: $34,011. Closing date for applications is December 18,1999. Anticipated starting date is March 1 ‚ 1999. Send letter of application and resume to: Lorraine Furtick, Chairperson, Library Search Committee, Ruth Haas Library, Western Connecticut State University, 181 White Street, Danbury, CT 06810. WCSU is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Educator/Employer.

ARCHIVIST.Charles Babbage Institute, Center for the History of Information Processing. University of Minnesota LibrariesTwin Cities Campus, http://www.lib.umn.edu. The University of Minnesota Libraries invites applications and nominations of dynamic and innovative professionals forthe position of Archivist, Charles Babbage Institute, Center for the History of Information Processing. The CBI is a research center dedicated to promoting the study and preservation of the history of computing and information processing. The Institute’s archival collection includes individual and corporate records, oral histories, monographs, serials, videos, and films relating to the history of computing, primarily since World War 11. Currently housed in Walter Library, the CBI Archives will move into a new archival research facility over in late 1999 (see http://kinglear.lib.umn.edu/ mlac/). The CBI Archivist reports to the Team Leader for Collection Development and Management for the University Libraries, and works closely with the Director of the CBI. All archives and libraries staff must have the ability to work effectively with a diverse community of faculty, students, and library colleagues in a team environment. Description: Unit Administration: Responsible for planning and policy making for the unit; manage daily operations; supervise one full-time Library Assistant 111 and additional part- time student employees; maintain liaison with other archival and special collections units. Resource Development: Oversee the acquisition, appraisal, description, arrangement, and preservation of materials in the Archives. In cooperation with staff in other library units, maintain physical and bibliographic control of resources in digital and print formats. Reference Service and Outreach: Provide reference and instructional services to faculty, students, and independent researchers during scheduled hours and by appointment. Provide outreach to external user community, develop grant proposals, and assist in fund-raising with the Libraries Development Office and the Director of the CBI. Develop and maintain information tools and digital resources via the CBI Web page. Qualifications: Required: Master's degree in archival administration or ALA-accredited MLS (or foreign equivalent); experience in a research institution dealing with archives or manuscripts; demonstrated knowledge of acquisition, arrangement, description, preservation, and appraisal of archival materials; demonstrated knowledge of digital information technology as it relates to archives and special collections; strong oral and written communication skills; strong interpersonal skills; and ability to work effectively with a diverse clientele. Preferred: Supervisory experience; background relating to the history of science and technology, especially computing. Salary and benefits: This is afull-time, twelve-month, continuous-appointment track, academic/professional position with probationary appointment at the Assistant or Associate Librarian rank. Rank will depend on qualifications and experience consistent with collegiate and university policy. The libraries offers a competitive salary, commensurate with experience, but not less than $35,000, for the position. Excellent benefits and substantial moving allowance. Recruiting schedule: Position is available immediately. Review of applications will commence on December 16,1998. Applications will be accepted until the position isfilled. Candidates are encouraged to apply by the review date to receive full consideration. A full position description is available at http:// www.umn.edu/ohr/employ.html, listed with academic professional positions by job numberUL86. Application procedure: Send a letter of application, resume, and the names, addresses, telephone numbers, and e-mail addresses of three current professional references to: Linda DeBeau- Melting, Libraries Human Resources Office, University Libraries, 499 Wilson Library, 309 19lh Avenue South, Minneapolis, MN 55455-0414. Please identify your application with the number UL86. The University of Minnesota is committed to the policy that all persons shall have equal access to its programs, facilities, and employment without regard to race, color, creed, religion, national origin, sex, age, marital status, disability, public assistance status, veteran status, or sexual orientation.

ARCHIVIST/SPECIAL COLLECTIONS LIBRARIAN.Emory & Henry College seeks qualified applicants for the position of Archivist/Special Collections Librarian, effective April 1,1999. Reporting to the Director of Kelly Library and Information Resources and Services, the Archivist/ Librarian will be responsible for the overall management of the archives and special collections housed in Kelly Library, including the archives of the Holston Conference of the United Methodist Church. Responsibilities include collection development, records management, research services, and public relations for both the college and conference community. Duties: Developing policies and programs to facilitate acquisition, preservation, access to, and use of these collections; serving as the liaison to the campus community and to the service area of the institution, including the Holston Conference and its members; procuring records and collections; and providing proper archival housing and treatment of materials in the collections. Qualifications: ALA-accredited Master’s degree, with substantial archives-related course work or an advanced degree in history or related discipline. Professional experience as an archivist. Background in church history, especially United Methodism, a plus. Preference given to applicants with significant public service and special collections experience and familiarity with computers and the emerging technologies for networked/ Web access. Membership in the Academy of Certified Archivists desirable. Send letter of application, resume, and names and telephone numbers of three job-related references by January20,1999, to: Thelma J. Hutchins, Director of Kelly Library and Information Resources and Services, Emory & Henry College, Emory, VA 24327-0948. Salary: $25,000 and benefits including TIAA/CREF, insurance, vacation, and sick leave. EO/AA.

ASSISTANT LIBRARIAN, SLAVIC AND EASTERN EUROPEAN DIVISION, AREA PROGRAMS.University of Michigan. Under the direction of a supervising Slavic Librarian, the majority of this position is devoted to technical services. Additional staff include two other librarians, two technical library assistants, and hourly employees. The division assumes primary responsibility for the selection, acquisition, and processing of vernacular materials published in and/or about Eastern Europe and the former Soviet states, as well as for reference service to campus and national scholars. The unit acquires approximately6,000 monographic titles and 1,500serials titles each year through approval plans, firm orders, paid subscriptions, and exchanges. Area programs units perform original and derived cataloging for all formats. This demands of staff a strong grasp of national cataloging conventions, as well as a thorough knowledge of local practice. Duties: Performs original cataloging of most formats in OCLC and RLIN. Creates name and series authority work as appropriate. Serves as resource person and trainer for cataloging and acquisitions functions. Collaborates with Slavic Librarian in supervising technical services to manage workflow and backlog. Serves on UM Library committees and participates in other collegial activities. Attends national library meetings and maintains a national professional profile. Qualifications: Required: ALA-accredited MLS. Reading knowledge of at least one Slavic language, preferably Russian. Knowledge of MARC format, AACR2 and other pertinent cataloging documentation. Knowledge of LC transliteration system, as well as others. Experience working with earlier standards for descriptive cataloging, as well as with other transliteration systems. Experience cataloging in OCLC and in a NOTIS library system or equivalent. Ability to work independently and to take initiative when appropriate. Understanding of the need to balance professional-level cataloging in context of high-production environment. Familiarity with cataloging in RLIN. Demonstrated ability to work as part of a team ‚ and to work effectively with culturally diverse faculty, students, and staff. Desired: Familiarity with history and culture of former Soviet states and Eastern Europe and their languages. Experience working in a large academic library. Experience working with multiple formats. Experience searching and/or inputting records in a stand-alone acquisitions system, such as Innopac. Rank, Salary and Leave: Rank of Assistant Librarian. Final salary dependent on years of previous relevant professional experience. Minimum salary: $31 ‚000;24 working days of vacation a year; 15 days of sick leave a year, with provisions for extended benefits. To apply: Send cover letter and copy of resume to: Lucy Cohen, Library Human Resources, 404 Hatcher Graduate Library North, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Ml 48109-1205. Application deadline: Applications received by February 15,1999 will be given first consideration. The University of Michigan is a non-discriminatory, affirmative action employer.

AUTOMATION/CATALOGING LIBRARIAN.Westminster College. Applications are being accepted for the position of Automation/Cataloging Librarian. The individual in this position is responsible for managing library automation and cataloging operations. Specific responsibilities include: I. Automation: Managing the daily operations of DR A automated system and resolving system-related problems as liaison with automation vendor. Duties include planning the development of the system and recommending automation policies and goals; overseeing the maintenance and integrity of the bibliographic and authority records; and generating reports from all modules of OPAC and circulating system. II. Cataloging: Managing cataloging operations; performing original and copy cataloging using AACR2, LCSH, MARC formats, and LC classification schedules; training and supervising staff, developing departmental policies, procedures, and goals; and maintaining collection statistics. III. Operate in conjunction with other librarians in all phases of library operations; assist in collection development in assigned areas; provide reference assistance, and work one evening per week. Qualifications include: MLS from an ALA-accredited program; experience with automation, preferably with DRA and OPACs; and cataloging experience with AACR2, LCSH and LC classification, and OCLC PRISM. This will be a ten-month administrative appointment with faculty rank of Assistant Professor. Salary and benefits are competitive. Deadline for applications is January4,1999. Submit a letter of application, resume, and the names and telephone numbers of three professional references to: Molly Spinney, Head Librarian, Westminster College, New Wilmington, PA 16172. AA/EOE.

CATALOGER.Independent research library specializing in American business and technological history seeks cataloger with ALA/MLS to catalog printed materials. Applicants should have two years professional experience, be familiar with AACR2, LCSH, LC classification, RLIN, and/or OCLC and MARC formats; experience with integrated library automation systems required. Broad liberal arts or sciences background required; working knowledge of one or more modern European languages preferred. Occasional reference and Saturday work. Salary will be approximately $30,000 depending on qualifications and experience of successful candidate. Send resume: Human Resources Department, Hagley Museum and Library, P.O. Box 3630, Wilmington, DE 19807. EOE.

COORDINATOR OF INSTRUCTIONAL SERVICES. East Carolina University,Academic Library Services, Joyner Library. (Minimum salary $32,000 depending upon qualifications and experience.) Qualifications: Required: ALA-accredited master’s degree or international equivalent; reference service experience in an academic library with thorough knowledge of print and electronic information sources; experience in library instruction and demonstrated expertise in developing a program of imaginative instructional services; excellent oral and written communication skills and ability to work effectively with staff and users. Preferred: Experience in classroom teaching; experience with Web page design and construction; familiarity with software and technology related to electronic instruction; second masters degree. Finalists will be asked to present a brief bibliographic instruction demonstration during the on-campus interview. Responsibilities: The Coordinator of Instructional Services for Academic Library Services will spearhead the development of the library’s instruction program for students and faculty, integrating the use of both print and electronic information sources into the curriculum. The position calls for an innovative, energetic, sen/ice-oriented librarian who works well both independently and as part of a team. This person reports to the Head of Reference and is a member of the Reference services Department. Duties encompass planning and implementing coordinated library instruction services with emphasis on information literacy. Exploring utilization and promotion of emerging information technologies for instruction. Assisting other library faculty/staff in the development of effective teaching methods. Maintaining instruction facilities. Providing reference sen/ice, including evening and weekend hours, and participating in library instruction. Serving as a collection development liaison to an academic department. Meeting scholarship and service requirements for promotion and tenure. (For information on applying for this position, see ad for Reference Librarian, East Carolina University, Academic Library Services ad below.)

DIRECTOR OF LIBRARY SERVICES.Concordia University, River Forest, is seeking applicants for the position of Director of Library Services. The position involves administrative leadership of library operations which includes developing local collections and electronic databases, preparation and administration of the library services budget, and working closely with information services personnel and the faculty in planning and providing necessary support of the curriculum and goals of the University. The candidate should have a minimum of a masters degree in library science or the, MLIS, several years of academic library services and information access. Preference would be given to someone with a doctorate in some area related to library service or an academic discipline. Salary range is from $35,000-$50,000 depending on qualifications. Concordia University does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national or ethnic origin, disability, sex, or age. However, to the extent allowed by law, Concordia reserves the right to give preference in employment based on religion. Letters of application and resumes should be sent to: Henry R. Latzke, Search Committee Chair, Concordia University, 7400 Augusta Street, River Forest, IL60305-1499.

DISTANCE EDUCATION LIBRARIAN. Western Washington Universityseeks a Distance Education Librarian fora non-tenure track faculty position, with appointment at the rank of Lecturer to provide library support to “extended access” students and faculty and to oversee all aspects of this service and its delivery. Located between Seattle, Washington and Vancouver, British Columbia, the University, with a student population over 11,000, is organized into six undergraduate colleges and a graduate school. Required qualifications: an ALA-accredited MLS, MLIS, or the foreign equivalent; professional reference experience in an academic or special library; familiarity with distance education issues; competency in Web page creation; excellent interpersonal and team collaboration skills. Desirable qualifications include: Experience in providing distance reference service; teaching and research skills; experience with advanced Web applications, HTML, and video conferencing, and network troubleshooting skills. Typical work may include travel and some evening and weekend hours. Compensation depend upon qualifications. Minimum salary $35,394. For a full position description and further information contact Liz Sipes (360) 650- 3050orLiz.Sipes@wwu.edu. Applications submitted before January 30, 1999 will receive priority review. WWU is an AA/EEO employer. To request disability accommodation: (360) 650-3306 (V), (360) 650-7607 (TTY).

ENGINEERING REFERENCE LIBRARIAN (Search Extended).Engineering Reference Librarian position available at University of New Orleans Earl K. Long Library. Works with a team of references services department faculty members to provide general reference assistance from a central reference desk, including some evening and weekend duty. Provides specialized references services for the engineering and science faculty and students. Bibliographer for the disciplines of civil, electrical, and mechanical engineering, Naval Architecture and Marine Engineering, working collaboratively with the faculty of the College of Engineering to develop the library collection. Actively provides library user education and conducts online searching when needed. Reports to Chair of Reference Servcies. Qualifications: Required: ALA-accredited MLS; academic course work or degree in science or technology discipline; profiency in online searching and developing Web-based resources; working knowledge of electronic reference sources such as CD-ROM, Internet, OCLS, etc.; ability to work productively with diverse groups in an urban academic setting; ability to communicate effectively, orally, and in writing, in English. Preferred: Experience in science/technology reference and collection development, preferably in an academic library; previous experience in library user education. Salary & Rank: $29,333 at the Assistant Librarian rank. Librarians at the University of New Orleans are tenurable academic appointees enjoying full faculty status and responsibilities, including teaching, research, and service. Liberal vacation, sick leave, and holidays. Optional group medical life insurance and health maintenance plans are available. Participation in one of the several retirement plans is required. Send letter of application with resume, and names, addresses, and telephone numbers of three professional references to: Debra B. Bryson, Assistant to the Dean, Earl K. Long Library, University of New Orlean, New Orleans, LA 70148. Application deadline: January 15, 1999. The University of New Orleans is an equal opportunity, affirmative action employer.

FAMILY AND CONSUMER SCIENCES LIBRARIAN.University Library, California State University, Long Beach. Tenure-track position available June 1 ‚ 1999. The Family and Consumer Sciences librarian will provide course instruction and develop instructional materials, will develop the library’s collections and services for assigned disciplines, will work in a cooperative centralized reference environment which requires evening and weekend hours, will be active in library and University committees, will participate in professional activities and research, including publication. Librarians have full faculty status and are represented by the California Faculty Association. A graduate degree from an ALA-accredited institution or equivalent professional library degree is required. Appointment and salary will be commensurate with qualifications and experience ($43,584- $69,708). Review of applicants will begin on February 1 ‚ 1999. Representatives of the library will be available to provide information about the position and the library at the CLA Conference in Oakland and at the ALA Midwinter Meeting in Philadelphia. For an application packet, contact the library at (562) 985-7839 ornancyk@csulb.edu. EO/AA/Title IX employer.

FOREIGN LANGUAGE REFERENCE AND ACQUISITIONS LIBRARIAN.Position redefined and search reopened. Middlebury College has a strong reputation for teaching foreign languages during the regular academic year and in the summer intensive programs. We are seeking an innovative, dynamic, and versatile individual who will report jointly to the heads of reference and collection management. Responsibilities: Interact with faculty and students to identify and anticipate information needs and deliver reference services, including bibliographic instruction, individual research consultations, and library guides on the WWW. Work with faculty, acquisitions staff, and materials vendors to design and implement assessment and development programs for foreign language materials in all formats, recommend acquisition policies and budget allocations, and evaluate materials vendors. Requirements: ALA-accredited Master of Library Science; one to two years post-MLS experience in an academic library reference department. Spoken fluency required in at least one Western European language taught at Middlebury College (Spanish, French, Italian, German, or Russian); reading knowledge Of another language taught at Middlebury desirable. Familiarity with use and application of microcomputers in a fully networked campus environment. Full position description at http://www.middlebury.edu/~lib/libwebnew.html. Salary is competitive. Comprehensive benefits package, including 24 vacation days annually and TIAA/CREF retirement program. Review of applications begins January 15,1999, and will continue until the position is filled. Send letterof application, resume, and names, phone numbers, and e-mail addresses of three professional references to: Middlebury College, Human Resources Office, Service Building, Middlebury, VT05753; Fax: (802) 443-2058. Please do not respond or apply electronically. Middlebury College is an AA/EEO/ADA employer.

GOVERNMENT DOCUMENTS/MICROFORMS COORDINATOR..Assistant Librarian (tenure-track) position Louisiana State University Libraries. Energetic and committed librarian is sought to manage and direct the activities of the Government Documents/Microforms collections and services at the LSU Libraries. Position reports to the Head, Reference services, and serves as Regional Librarian for the Federal Depository Library Program. Responsibilities: Supervises the technical processing, collection development, maintenance, and online circulation of U.S. and UN government documents; administers the NRC Public Documents Reading Room; plans and implements programs and services to increase awareness and use of the collections and of government information, including maintenance of the Libraries’ Federal Agency Web Page and GPO Access Page; serves as a resource specialist for government information, providing both in-depth reference/research assistance and instruction; plans and implements policies and procedures for the Microforms collections; provides reference assistance at a combined general reference/government documents desk; serves as Selector and Liaison for one or more subject areas. Works to meet tenure/promotion requirements. Required Qualifications: ALA-accredited MLS, two years experience with government information; reference experience in an academic setting; knowledge of and experience with electronic information sources including CD-ROM and Internet; knowledge of microcomputer applications; ability to create Web documents; ability to work well with colleagues and diverse clientele; excellent oral and written communication skills; demonstrated ability to meet requirements for tenure and promotion. Preferred Qualifications: Instruction experience for government information; experience with NOTIS online catalog system and with M ARCIVE/G PO catalog records. For more complete description, goto http:lib.LSU.edu/lib/jobs/index.html. Salary: Commensurate with qualifications and experience, $30,000 minimum. Send letter of application and resume with names, addresses, and phone numbers of three references to: Documents Librarian Screening Committee, Attention: Caroline Wire, 295 Middleton Library, Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge, LA 70803. Preference will be given to applications received by December 31 ‚ 1998.

GOVERNMENT INFORMATION LIBRARIAN.Louisiana State University in Shreveport Noel Memorial Library LSUS enrolls 4,500 students in undergraduate and graduate programs and serves as the comprehensive urban commuter university of northwest Louisiana. The Noel Memorial Library opened a new facility in fall, 1994 with increased technology. Due to the recent retirement of a long-term employee, we are pleased to announce a tenure-track faculty position. This position requires a commitment to public service and the ability to work independently and cooperatively in a team setting. Preferred starting date is March 1 ‚ 1999. Government Information Librarian. Responsibilities: Reports to Head of Research Services, oversees state and federal depository collections, provides in- depth reference services, prepares user guides, delivers classroom instruction, acts as a liaison with academic departments, and participates in rotating centralized reference desk duty. Qualifications: MLS from an ALA- accredited program and professional experience with U.S. Government print and electronic resources in a depository setting. Preferred: legal resource and instructional experience. Twelve month salaried position, tenure track, state benefits, minimum salary $27,000. Please send a letter of application, vita, and names, addresses, phone numbers, and e-mail addresses of three recent professional references to: Vivian Garcie, Secretary to the Search Committee, Louisiana State University in Shreveport, Noel Memorial Library, One University Place, Shreveport, LA 71115. Review of applications begins January 20,1999. LSUS is an Affirmative action, equal opportunity university.

HEAD OF THE LOAN DIVISION,Access Services Department. Stanford University Libraries/Academic Information Resources is seeking a professional librarian with managerial, public service and circulation experience in an academic research library to manage the Loan Division and its Portal Unit as well as oversee the activities of the Stanford Auxiliary Library. The Loan Division of the Cecil H. Green Library, Stanford’s main library in the humanities and social sciences, processes 500,000 circulation transactions annually and is staffed by 10 FTE library specialists, five FTE portal monitors and 2.5 FTE student assistants. The Stanford Auxiliary Library, the University’s on-campus storage facility, is staffed by 3.5 FTE employees. The incumbent will ensure that circulation processes and perimeter control and collection security processes are effectively handled, that circulation services information is accurately conveyed, and that policies/ procedures are followed. Hires, supervises, evaluates 4 library specialists, oversees other Division employees and takes responsibility for Division budget, payroll and activity analysis/reporting. Serves as liaison with Technical Servicesand Systems Departmentstaff. After appropriate training period, will manage the functional aspects of the circulation module of the Unicorn transaction processing system. Qualifications: MLS from an ALA-accredited library school or equivalent, experience with PC-based applications and familiarity with library automated systems in a comparable environment. Effective communication and interpersonal skills and excellent bibliographic and technical skills are essential. Experience with the Unicorn circulation system is preferred. Send resumes by December 31 ‚ 1998 to: Sheilaugh Sebastian, Libraries & Academic Information Resources, Sweet Hall, Room 415,590 Escondido Mall, Stanford University, Stanford, CA94305-3090. AA/EOE.

LIBRARIAN/TECHNICAL SERVICES COORDINATOR.Provide leadership for online catalog management; oversee cataloging/processing activities including supervision of two FTE support staff; provide backup support for online system (Horizon) maintenance. Coordinate interlibrary loan activities. Supervise 1.5 FTE support staff. Library instruction, collection development, traditional reference service, and liaison work with faculty. Weekend and evening reference on a rotation basis. MLS or equivalent. Background or subject specialty in the biological, medical, or behavioral sciences preferred, as are two to three years experience in a college library. Demonstrated ability to work with library colleagues, faculty, and students. Experience with LC classification and authority files, MARC formats, automated catalog procedures, bibliographic utilities, and library computer applications. Collections exceed 300,000 items. Messiah College is a Christian college of the liberal Anabaptist, Pietist, and Wesleyan traditions. Position open February20,1999; to be filled no later than July 1,1999. Starting salary $37,000-$40,000, twelve-months. Excellent benefits. Submit letter of inquiry, vita, references, and placement file (if available) to: Jonathan D. Lauer, Library Director, Messiah College, Grantham, PA 17027. AA/EOE.

MANUSCRIPTS CURATOR.The St. Louis Mercantile Library at the University of Missouri-St. Louis seeks applicants forthe position of Manuscripts Curator. The Mercantile is the oldest library west of the Mississippi and the grandparent of all cultural institutions in St. Louis with holdings primarily related to various American studies subjects. The holdings include over 210,000 books, 10,100 linear feet of manuscript and archival resources, paintings, sculptures, and one million photographs, as well as a distinguished historical newspaper collection and the clipping file of the St. Louis Globe Democrat, established in the 1850s. Duties: The Manuscripts Curator is responsible for administering and cataloging the manuscript collections. Specific duties include acquisitions, processing, preservation, manuscript-related reference services, and collection development as well as maintaining effective donor relationships. Position reports to the Director of the St. Louis Mercantile Library at UM-St. Louis. Qualifications: Required: ALA-accredited MLS or humanities or social sciences degree. Desirable: Second Master’s degree in a related field such as American History; at least three years professional experience in a research library or manuscript repository setting; reading knowledge of a foreign language such as French; knowledge of AMC format, AACR2, LC Rule interpretations, and LC subject headings; as well as general expertise with computers, networks, and digital access techniques and issues; strong organizational, interpersonal, and communication skills; and a commitment to quality public sen/ice. Salary is commensurate with experience. Applications will be accepted until the position is filled. Those received before January 4,1999 will be given first consideration. Please submit a letter of application, current resume, and the names of three references to: John N. Hoover, St. Louis Mercantile Library at UM-St. Louis, 8001 Natural Bridge Rd., St. Louis, MO 63121. UM-St. Louis is an equal opportunity, affirmative action employer committed to excellence through diversity.

MUSIC LIBRARIAN.Furman University is seeking a creative, service- oriented music librarian to manage the new, state-of-the-art Maxwell Music Library. This individual will supervise all aspects of the music library, meeting the curricular and research needs of patrons, managing student workers, and acting as library liaison to the music department for both collection development and public services. The music library, which opened in March 1998, includes print, audio, and digital music resources. The collection consists of over 10,000 books and scores, 1,200 compact discs, and 60 periodicals. The facility, located in the Maxwell Music Media Center, includes individual listening stations and adjoins a music computer lab with MIDI capability. Reports to the Director of University Libraries. Furman University is a selective, nationally ranked liberal arts college. Furman is strongly committed to the development of the whole person-- spiritually, socially, and physically, as well as academically. Additional information is available on our Website at http://carolus.furman.edu/library. Requirements: ALA-accredited MLS, degree in music, knowledge of music resources, familiarity with library information technology, strong communication and interpersonal skills, and commitment to public services. Salary and benefits: Librarians have faculty status, 20 days vacation, and an excellent benefits package. For salary and benefits information contact the university personnel office at (864) 294-2217. Applications: Review of applications will begin December 15,1998. Submit letter of application, resume, transcripts (copy acceptable initially), and names, addresses, and phone numbers of three references to: John K. Payne, Associate Director of University Libraries, Furman University, 3300 Poinsett Highway, Greenville, SC 29613-0600; phone (864) 294- 3098. AA/EOE/ADA.

PSYCHOLOGY/COMMUNICATION STUDIES LIBRARIAN.University Library, California State University, Long Beach. Tenure-track position available June 1 ‚ 1999. The Psychology/Communication Studies librarian will provide course instruction and develop instructional materials, will develop the library’s collections and services for assigned disciplines, will work in a cooperative centralized reference environment which requires evening and weekend hours, will be active in library and university committees, will participate in professional activities and research, including publication. Librarians have full faculty status and are represented by the California Faculty Association. A graduate degree from an ALA- accredited institution or equivalent professional library degree is required. Appointment and salary will be commensurate with qualifications and experience ($43,584-$69,708). Review of applicants will begin on February 1,1999. Representatives of the library will be available to provide information about the position and the library at the CLA Conference in Oakland and at the ALA Midwinter Meeting in Philadelphia. For an application packet, contact the library at (562) 985-7839or nancyk@csulb.edu. EO//WTitle IX employer.

RARE BOOK CATALOGUING POSITION.The John Carter Brown Library at Brown University is seeking candidates for a two-year, grant- funded cataloguing position. The library specializes in the collection of printed materials pertaining to the Americas, North and South, during the colonial period, 1493 to circa 1830. Qualifications: ALA-accredited MLS degree or equivalent; two to three years of professional rare book cataloging experience using AACR2Rev., Descriptive Cataloging of Rare Books, LCSH, and MARC formats; familiarity with the RUN cataloguing system; reading knowledge of Portuguese and/or Spanish. Salary range $30,200- $34,000 based on experience. Send letter of application, resume, and names/addresses of three references to: Department of Human Resources, Brown University, Box 1879, Providence, Rl 02912.

REFERENCE, INSTRUCTION, & CURRICULUM DEVELOPMENT COORDINATOR, PUBLIC HEALTH INFORMATION SERVICES & ACCESS.University of Michigan. PHISA (Public Health Information services & Access) represents a dynamic and cohesive unit within the University Library System and the School of Public Health with responsibility for wide-ranging, innovative information services in support of the teaching, research, and outreach mission of its public health constituency, including library, network and computing, and Web design services. Duties: Participate in the organization and provision of quality reference and mediated search services and assist with unit training. Assist/instruct users in use of library and its resources; provide general information to library users and answer reference questions of varying complexity; solve bibliographic problems; interpret policies and procedures. Prepare statistical reports. Perform online searches in a variety of databases. Design, develop, and teach education programs for SPH faculty, staff, and students. Design, develop, and implement instructional materials and handouts (print and electronic). Assist with daily management of departmental electronic information services. Participate in evaluation of new electronic information sources and software. Select materials in both print and electronic formats in selected areas. Position is jointly funded through the university library (75% permanent funding) and the School of Public Health (25% on temporary funding with possibility of extension.) Qualifications: Required: Ala accredited MLS. Bachelor's degree in the biological, health, or social sciences, and/or one year professional experience in a health sciences library, including reference, instruction, and online searching of MEDLINE and other health-related databases. Experience with installing and troubleshooting microcomputer software and hardware in a multiplatform environment. Demonstrated oral and written communication skills. Demonstrated ability to work effectively with culturally diverse faculty, students, and staff. Desired: Knowledge of current and emerging multimedia and networking technologies. Experience with Internet-based information resources and government documents. Rank, salary, and leave: Rank of Assistant Librarian. Final salary dependent on years of previous relevant professional experience. (Minimum salary: $31,000);24workingdaysofvacationayear; 15 days of sick leave a year with provisions for extended benefits. To Apply: Send cover letter & copy of resume to: Lucy Cohen, Library Human Resources, 404 Hatcher Graduate Library North, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Ml 48109-1205. Application Deadline: Applications received by December 21 ‚ 1998 will be given first consideration. The University of Michigan is a non-discriminatory, affirmative action employer.

REFERENCE LIBRARIAN.East Carolina University, Academic Library services, Joyner Library. (Minimum salary $28,000depending upon qualifications and experience) Qualifications: Requires ALA-accredited Master’s degree or international equivalent; knowledge of print and electronic reference tools; excellent written and oral communication skills; demonstrated analytical and organizational skills; demonstrated flexibility and initiative; strong commitment to public service and information literacy; ability to work effectively with faculty, staff, students, and community members. Preferred: Subject Master’s or other advanced graduate studies. Reference experience in an academic or large public library. This person reports to the Head of Reference and is a member of the Reference services Department. Responsibilities: Provides reference service, including evening and weekend rotation; actively participates in dynamic library instruction and outreach programs; develops collection and serves as liaison to academic unit in assigned subject area. East Carolina University has over 17,800 students in its College of Arts & Sciences and ten professional schools. It is a constituent institution of the University of North Carolina system. Academic library services provides library and information services to the Division of Academic Affairs through two libraries, Joyner Library and the Music Library. An expansion and renovation project, scheduled for comple- tion in 1998, will double the size of Joyner Library. Twelve-month tenure- track faculty positions with appointment at the rank of Assistant Professor. Professional achievement, service, and research/creative activity are required for tenure and promotion. Screening of applications will begin January 15,1999 and continue until the positions are filled. For each position, send letter of application, resume, copies of all transcripts, and three current letters of reference to: Search Committee, Coordinator of Instructional Services, Becky Foster, Processing Assistant, Joyner Library, East Carolina University, Greenville, NC 27858-4353. Official transcripts from each college or university attended will be required priorto any offer of employment. An equal opportunity/affirmative action employer. We accommodate individuals with disabilities. Applicants must comply with the Immigration Reform and Control Act.

REFERENCE LIBRARIAN/ LIBRARY INSTRUCTION COORDINATOR. Assistant Librarian. Primary responsibility for the coordination and development of the Library Instruction Program, including instruction sessions, workshops, credit courses, and collaborative teaching. Students, faculty, and staff are instructed in the use of traditional and electronic resources using a variety of methods and media. Additional responsibilities include working regularly scheduled hours at the reference desk (including evening and weekend rotation) and maintaining the instruction handout collection. Some collection development responsibilities possible. Required: ALA-MLS and experience in teaching, training, or library instruction. Familiarity with a variety of electronic reference applications. Energetic, motivated, and creative professional with a strong service orientation. Ability to work well as a team leader and team member, as well as independently; relates effectively with varied clientele. Must possess strong oral and written communication skills and be able to meet the responsibilities of a tenure-track appointment. Preferred: Academic library experience; knowledge of HTML and presentation software. Reports to the Director of IUSB Schurz Library Services. Twelve-month appointment beginning July 1 ‚ 1999 will be at Assistant Librarian rank. Salary: Competitive. Closing Date: January29,1999. Send letter of application, resume, and three letters of reference to: Rosanne M. Cordell, Chair, Search and Screen Committee, Franklin D. Schurz Library, Indiana University South Bend, PO Box 7111, South Bend, IN 46634; fax: (219) 237-4472; e-mail: rcordell @ iusb.edu. IUSB is strongly committed to achieving excellence through cultural diversity. The university actively encourages applications and nominations of women, persons of color, applicants with disabilities, and members of other underrepresented groups. Visit our website: http://www.iusb.edu/~libg/.

RESEARCH LIBRARY RESIDENCY PROGRAM.University of Michigan (Three to fourpositionsavailable).The University of Michigan Library seeks candidates for its Research Library Residency Program, Class of 1999-2001. The program, begun in 1983, offers recently graduated librarians two-year appointments in the library supplemented by professional discussions, workshops, and field trips. Appointments for the two years may be made in any area of the library. Recent assignments have included the instructional programs for Living/Learning Communities, Digital Library projects, Geographical Information Systems, special formats cataloging, government documents and general reference, and health science information services. Qualifications: Required: A graduate degree from an ALA-accredited program in Library and Information Science, received since August 1997; evidence of academic success and research activity; strong interpersonal skills and ability to work effectively in a highly diverse environment; evidence of a high level of motivation and leadership potential. Salary and Appointment: Appointment will be made at the Assistant Librarian level with a salary of $31,000. The university offers an attractive benefit package which includes 24 working days of vacation a year and 15 days of sick leave a year. The University of Michigan Library, with over7,000,000 volumes, serves as a major international research facility. It is known for its innovative programs and a close liaison with the university’s excellent School of Information. For the new resident the 110 librarians represent an array of subject and technical specialties that constitute a treasure in professional experience and knowledge. Application Procedures: The deadline for applications is February 16, 1999. For application information, contact: Program Coordinator, Research Library Residency Program, 818 Hatcher Library South, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Ml 48109-1205; phone: (734) 764-2546; e-mail: residents.coord@umich.edu. The University of Michigan is a non- discriminatory, affirmative-action employer.

RESERVE/MULTIMEDIA SERVICES LIBRARIAN (SEARCH EXTENDED).Northwestern University Library. Summary: This is a split position. Reserve responsibilities include sharing in the supervision of one electronic resen/e staff member; involvement in continuing development of the Electronic Reserve System (ERS); training of staff, student assistants, and faculty in use of scanning and other electronic technology; serving as a liaison to other reserve units on campus, faculty using reserve services, and staff from the Academic Technologies division of the University. Also assists in the General Information Center. The Reserve/Multimedia Services Librarian also supports the activities and operations of the Multimedia Development Lab within the Mitchell Multimedia Center. Functions include server management and maintenance; supervision of part-time student assistants; training students, faculty, and staff in the use of the lab’s software and hardware; collaboration on New Media Center initiatives, including the development of collections of digital materials; and assisting with staff training for the design, development, and implementation of library departmental Web sites. Responsibilities: Reserve: Supervises, trains staff in electronic reserve applications. Assists in the integration of new technologies and new approaches to the delivery of reserve services. Participates in the development of the ERS and the General Information Center. Provides training in the use of technology for ERS. Serves as liaison and trainer for other NU Libraries participating in electronic reserve projects. Coordinates efforts with Northwestern’s Academic Technologies division and the Mitchell Multimedia Center on the ERS project. Maintains ERS on the UNIX server in the Mitchell Multimedia Center. Multimedia Development Lab: Has responsibility for the overall operation of the Multimedia Development Lab within the Mitchell Multimedia Center. Assists students, faculty, and staff working on a wide variety of multimedia projects, ranging from the very simple to the very complex. Supervises nine Multimedia Development Lab part-time student assistants, including hiring, training, scheduling, and evaluating. Collaborates with the head of the New Media Center project at Northwestern University on various projects and initiatives. Participates in projects to design and create digital collections. Assists with library-wide Web training and the implementation of departmental Web sites. Performs other related duties as assigned. Qualifications: Master's degree from an ALA-accredited program in library science. High degree of familiarity with the Macintosh and Windows OS. A working knowledge of Web-based technologies, the use of the Internet in higher education, and awareness of current trends and developments in the use of the Web to deliver information and services. Must have excellent written and oral communication skills, the ability to work well with faculty, students, and colleagues, and a demonstrated high degree of initiative. Salary: $27,500 minimum. To Apply: Send a letter of application and resume, including the names of three references, to: Peter J. Devlin, Personnel Librarian, Northwestern University Library, Evanston, Illinois 60208-2300. Application, received by December31 ‚ 1998, will receive first consideration. Northwestern University is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer. Employment eligibility verification required upon hire.

SOCIAL SCIENCES MONOGRAPH CATALOGER/SPECIAL PROJECTS LIBRARIAN.Kansas State University Libraries seeks eager and highly-motivated applicants fort he position of Social Sciences Monograph Cataloger/Special Projects Librarian. The position reports to the Chair of the Technical Services Department. The libraries management structure relies on collaboration in a team environment. Responsibilities include 1) creating original cataloging records for social sciences monographs in all languages and formats using national and international standards; 2) managing special projects including, but not limited to, managing orcreating Web-based services; 3) serving as the Database Maintenance Team leader; 4.) supervising paraprofessional staff; 5) advising on and documenting policies and procedures, especially those related to social sciences cataloging and special projects; 6) cooperating with others in a team-based environment, which includes demonstrating initiative and flexibility; and 7) developing professionally. Required qualifications: ALA-accredited MLS, knowledge of AACR2rev, LC subject headings, LC classification, MARC formats, and national cataloging standards; experience with a bibliographic utility, preferably OCLC; outstanding communication skills; outstanding interpersonal skills. Preferred qualifications: Undergraduate major or advanced study in the social sciences and/or experience cataloging social sciences materials in an academic library; experience with an integrated online system; bibliographic knowledge of one or more foreign languages; supervisory experience, computer literacy, including creating or managing Web site files. Salary: Upper$20s; tenure-track, twelve-month contract. Librarians have faculty rank and are eligible for tenure. Benefits include 22 annual vacation days, Blue Cross/Blue Shield health insurance, and choice of retirement plans. The libraries’ online system is Voyager, a multitiered client/server- integrated library system developed by Endeavor. Hale Library, the university’s main library, recently completed a $28 million expansion and renovation. Other libraries include the Paul Weigel Library of Architecture, Planning, and Design; the Math/Physics library; the KSU College of Veterinary Medicine library; the KSU-Salina campus library. Kansas State University is a land-grant institution with an enrollment of approximately 20,000 students, The university is sited on a 664-acre campus convenient to both business and residential districts. Manhattan, a community of 40,000, is located in the beautiful Flint Hills of northeast Kansas, two hours west of Kansas City. Review of applications will begin December 14,1998. Anticipate on-site interviews to begin February 1 ‚ 1999. Send letter of application, resume, and the names addresses, telephone numbers, and e-mail addresses of three work-related. references to: M. Jean Darbyshire, Director of Administrative Services, Kansas State University Libraries, Manhattan, KS 66506-1200. To contact Ms. Darbyshire, her telephone number is (785) 532-7465 and her e-mail is jdarby @ lib.ksu.edu. KSU is an equal opportunity employer. Http://www.lib.ksu.edu/geninfo/openpositons.html.

TECHNICAL SERVICES/AUTOMATION COORDINATOR, ASSISTANT PROFESSOR (TENURE TRACK).Kansas State University- Salina, College of Technology and Aviation is accepting applications for an experienced and innovative individual to administer the technical services and systems operations of the library and provide proactive leadership in all aspects of automated library and technical services operations. Responsibilities include: Coordination of technical activities, which include acquisitions, cataloging, and processing of library materials; managing emerging information technologies and their applications, general reference, bibliographic instruction, and collection development; use and operation of electronic resources, including Endeavor/Voyager. Evidence of knowledge and expertise with library online systems, CD-ROM, the Internet, HTML, and microcomputer applications required. Networking experience a plus. ALA-accredited MLS required. Basic science/technology background preferred. This person will be a liaison between KSU-Salina Library and KSU-Manhattan Library. The library seeks an individual with initiative, self motivation, energy, time-management skills, effective interpersonal skills, with a strong team spirit. Anticipated salary from $29,000 to $33,000 (depending on experience and qualifications) fora twelve-month contract. Comprehensive benefits package. Applications will be screened beginning January 15,1999 and continue until position is filled. Send letter of application, resume, and names, addresses, and telephone numbers of three references to: Beverlee R. Kissick, Director of Libraries, Kansas State University-Salina, 2409 Scanlan Avenue, Salina, KS 67401. The library is committed to improving the diversity of its faculty by actively seeking applications from a broad spectrum of individuals. Kansas State University-Salina is an affirmative action/ equal opportunity employer.

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DOCUMENT DELIVERY/SHARED RESOURCES LIBRARIAN.(Search #99A217) The University of Connecticut Libraries. Reporting to the Head of Access Services and working in a team environment, the incumbent develops, implements and maintains systems and work flows that optimize electronic document delivery of information resources to the UConn community as part of the UConn Libraries commitment to the access library model. Minimum qualifications include: An ALA-accredited MLS; knowledge of electronic library applications and major vendor support applications for interlibrary loan and document delivery services; strong client service orientation and motivation to promote resource sharing in a networked and user-empowered environment; demonstrated experience with WWW authoring and editing; familiarity with digital scanning technologies; well-developed written and oral communications, interpersonal, and presentation skills; individual initiative and ability to function in a team environment; and experience with standard microcomputer office applications. Desirable qualifications include: One to four years experience in an academic, government, or commercial networked environment providing document delivery; familiarity with intellectual property issues in the networked environment; and demonstrated project management skills; additional graduate degree(s) in a subject area. Salary range: University Librarian rank and salary commensurate with experience, to a maximum hiring salary of $48,000. Application Procedures: Submit a letter of application, resume, and the names, addresses, and telephone numbers of three professional references to: Brinley Franklin, Associate Director for Administrative Services, University of Connecticut Libraries, Box U-5A, 369 Fairfield Road, Storrs, CT 06269-1005. Screening will begin immediately and continue until the position is filled. For further information about the UConn Libraries or to see a complete job description for this position, see our home page at http://www.hb.uconn.edu. At the University of Connecticut, our commitment to excellence is complemented by our commitment to building a culturally diverse staff. We actively encourage minorities and people with disabilities to apply.

EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR. Virginia Commonwealth University,Office for Information Technology, University Library Services. Virginia Commonwealth University invites applications and seeks nominations for a dynamic and innovative Executive Director of its comprehensive, technology-oriented research libraries. The successful candidate will have the vision and energy to develop library services to lead the university into the 21st century. This individual will direct a unified library system with both an academic library and a health sciences library. The Executive Director has responsibilities for administering the libraries, formulating policies, planning strategic directions, managing the budget and allocating resources, and supervising the professional faculty and classified staff. The successful candidate will guide and direct the development of state-of-the-art information technologies and integrate them with traditional library collections and services. The individual will represent the library to the university community and to external constituencies, with particular focus on library consortia and networks. The Executive Director directs the library’s development efforts, including fundraising, public relations, and grant-seeking activities. As a member of the office for information technology team reporting to the Vice-Provost, the successful candidate will be a cooperative individual who can articulate the library’s issues as well as develop imaginative and cooperative programs with other campus units. This is an administrative position carrying untenured faculty rank. Qualifications: An ALA-accredited MLS or equivalent degree is required, with an earned doctorate preferred. The university seeks someone with significant progressive administrative experience in a comprehensive academic library and prefers additional experience in a major health sciences library. The successful candidate must possess a sound knowledge of all aspects of librarianship and substantial experience with implementing technologies in support of library services. It is expected that the candidate will demonstrate an understanding of the goals of a research library, the scholarly communication process, the development and servicing of research collections, and the role of the library in the learning enterprise. The individual is expected to have an appreciation of the complexities of working in a multi-campus library system and a demonstrated ability to work with tact and sensitivity in a collaborative and collegial framework while fostering this ability in others. We will favorably consider candidates with the following attributes: Demonstrated skills in strategic management, excellent oral and written communication skills, highly developed interpersonal skills, a strong service ethic, and a creative approach to problem solving, as well as a successful record of securing external funds through grants and/or private fund-raising. The successful candidate will be engaged professionally with an outstanding record of scholarship and service. Environment: Virginia Commonwealth University (http ://www. vcu.edu) is a Carnegie 1 urban research university in Richmond, Virginia, with 22,700 students and 1,560 faculty on the Academic Campus and on the Medical College of Virginia Campus. The University is ranked 87th in federally-sponsored research. It supports 20 doctoral, 60 master's, 3 first professional, and 53 baccalaureate degree programs. University library services (http://www.hbraiy.vcu.edu) is one of four major divisions in the office for information technology and provides library services for both campuses. University library services is a member of the Association of Southeast Research Libraries, the National Network of Libraries of Medicine, the Center for Research Libraries, and the Virtual Library of Virginia. The libraries hold 1.3 million cataloged volumes, over 2.8 million microforms, and 260,000 government documents. The $9.5 million budget includes $4.7 million for collections and supports 36 faculty librarians and 100 staff. The ibraiy uses NOTIS and is at the forefront of implementing the IBM Digital Libraiy on campus. The two library buildings have 170 public workstations, as well as hosting several academic computing laboratories. Send resume with cover letter or nominations of prospective candidates to: Virginia Commonwealth University, Search Committee—Executive Director, University Library Services, Frank Baskind, Raleigh Building, 1001 W. Franklin St., PO Box 842027, Richmond, VA23284. Virginia Commonwealth University is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Women, minorities and persons with disabilities are encouraged to apply.

REFERENCE UBRARIAN-HEALTH SCIENCES.San Diego State University library, Science Division, is seeking a service-minded librarian to fill the position of Health Sciences Librarian. All qualified candidates, including persons from underrepresented groups and recent graduates are encouraged to apply. Provides science reference service (including evenings and weekends) in a busy, dynamic library environment. Participates in the Library’s instruction program, including preparation of instructional material in print and electronic formats. Responsible for specialized reference service, collection development, and library outreach for the faculty and students of Gerontology, the School of Nursing and the Graduate School of Public Health. Other subject areas maybe assigned. Qualifications: Required: MLS from an ALA accredited institution or equivalent degree. Excellent oral and written communication and interpersonal skills. Ability to work collegially and effectively with individuals and groups in a culturally diverse environment. Coursework or experience in reference services. Knowledge of reference sources in health sciences, and general knowledge of reference sources in all areas served by the Science Division, including the College of Sciences, College of Engineering, and College of Health & Human Services. Knowledge of Medline and related databases. Knowledge of relevant WWW resources in the health sciences. Enthusiasm for keeping abreast of current and evolving technologies. Preferred: Undergraduate or graduate degree in public health, nursing or similar field and/or related work experience. Strong HTML authoring skills. This is a full-time, twelve month, tenure track faculty position. Award of tenure is dependent upon evidence of continuing professional development and service. Rank of Senior Assistant. Starting salary (minimum): $43,584. Excellent benefits package, including 24 days annual vacation. For more information about the position, the library, and the university, go to httpv71ibweb.sdsu.edu/ or write to Helen Henry. Send letter of application, resume, and at least three names of reference to: Helen Henry, Director, Library Administrative Operations, University Library, San Diego State University, 5500 Campanile Dr. ‚ San Diego, CA92182- 8050. Applications may also be submitted by e-mail. Send to hhemy@mail.sdsu.edu. Please indicate the position for which you are applying. To ensure full consideration, applications should be received by December 31, 1998, when the Appointment Committee will begin screening. SDSU is an Equal Opportunity Title IX Employer and does not discriminate against persons on the basis of race, religion, national origin, sexual orientation, gender, marital status, age or disability.

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