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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.

Contact:Classified Advertising Department, ACRL, American Library Association, 50 E. Huron St., Chicago, IL 60611 -2795; (312)280-2513.

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ACCESS SERVICES LIBRARIAN.The University of Nevada Las Vegas seeks an energetic, innovative librarian prepared to fill a key leadership role in planning, implementing and evaluating new and ongoing access services in the library of one of the nation’s faster growing universities. Reporting to the AUL for Public Services, this new position will assume general supervision of circulation operations, reserves, stacks management; ILL/Networking; copy and delivery services, and will initiate the development of newly emerging access services. Classified staff of 11 ‚ approximately 30 student assistants. Other duties include staff training; establishment and implementation of section policies; liaison activities with other public service sections and with AUL for Systems and Budget; participation in Library Administrative Council. Work schedule will include some evening and weekend hours. Qualifications: Applicants must have a master’s degree from an ALA-accredited program; a minimum of 3 years’ professional experience in progressively responsible public service positions, including circulation, preferably in an academic library; knowledge of the emerging trends in access services within academic libraries; demonstrated supervisory, planning, communication, liaison and leadership skills; evidence of a strong commitment to responsive public sen/ice; and an ability to work effectively with patrons and staff. Experience with automated circulation systems, ILL, networking, document delivery, reserve books and stacks management are highly desirable. For continued employment, successful performance of job responsibilities and a record of university and professional contributions that meet university standards is expected. Salary Range: The salary rate is $36,976-$43,444 depending on experience and qualifications. Application: Librarians at UNLV have tenure-track positions with faculty status, 12-month appointments with 24 days per year of paid vacation and a standard package of fringe benefits including TIAA/CREF. No state income tax. Applications received by August 20, 1091 will receive first consideration, but applications will continue to be accepted until the position is filled. Send letter of application, resume, names, phone numbers and addresses of three references to: Mary Dale Deacon, Dean of Libraries, Committee B, University of Nevada, Las Vegas, 4505 S. Maryland Parkway, Las Vegas, Nevada 89154. UNLV is an equal opportunity, affirmative action employer and employs only U.S. citizens and aliens authorized to work in the U.S.

ASSISTANT REFERENCE LIBRARIAN/INSTRUCTOR-INTERN.South Dakota State University (10-month, term appointment, renewable up to four years). Performs general reference services; shares responsibility for bibliographic instruction and database searching; provides services to off-campus affiliates, assists in ILL verification and reference collection development. This position is designed for a recent library school graduate who wishes to gain academic library experience while pursuing a second master’s degree. Required: ALA-accredited MLS (earned by the appointment date); effective communication and interpersonal relations skills and broad reference skills; graduate coursework in advanced reference topics; graduate coursework and/or experience with bibliographic computer database searching. Minimum salary $19,000, with standard benefits. Application deadline: June 8, 1991, or until filled. Tentative starting date: September 1, 1991 (negotiable). Send resume, which addresses specific job qualifications, and have transcripts and three recent letters of recommendation (which describe applicant’s job-related qualifications) sent directly to: Clark Hallman, Reference Search Committee, South Dakota State University Library, Box 2115, Brookings, SD 57007- 1098. An AA/EEO employer.

ASSOCIATE LIBRARY DIRECTOR FOR USER SERVICES AND FACILITES PLANNING.The Associate Director for User Sen/ices and Facilities Planning is a management position reporting to the University Library Director. This person plays a major role in the planning and administration necessary for the effective operations of the User Sen/ices Division. Departments and programs presently reporting to this position are Reference, Government Publications, Special Collections, the Library Education and Assistance Program. User Services also includes Multicultural, Disabled, and International Student Services. As the person responsible for library facilities planning, the Associate Director will coordinate planning of a major addition to the Clark Library building. The following items are required: Master’s degree in library or information science from an accredited library school; successful administrative planning and personnel experience; ability to motivate employees, evaluate sen/ices, initiate innovative services, and provide leadership and professional guidance to division employees; excellent interpersonal relations and communication skills; successful experience in project and/or facilities planning; experience in reference work; demonstrated experience with automated library operations; demonstrated awareness of and sensitivity to the educational goals of a multicultural population, and a record of progressive professional and scholarly development. Experience in the following items is desirable: administration in a large and complex organization; and demonstrated experience with library user education service programs and multicultural outreach programs. The position is currently open. Prefer to fill by December 1 ‚ 1991 ‚ or earlier. Appointment will be made in a range of $40,000- $70,000, dependent upon the qualifications and experience of the appointee. San Jose State University (SJSU) is located at the southern end of the San Francisco Bay in downtown San Jose, CA (pop. 800.000). SJSU is a major university in urbanized, high technology Silicon Valley. It offers bachelor and master degree programs in a wide variety of disciplines and professional fields. A member of the 20-campus California State University system, SJSU enrolls approximately 30,000 students, a significant percentage of whom are members of diverse social and ethnic groups. The University is committed to increasing the diversity of its faculty so our disciplines, students, and the community can benefit from multiple social, ethnic, and gender perspectives. A more detailed job description is available from the Library Personnel Officer at the address listed below. Applications must be postmarked no later than August 31 ‚ 1991. Please send a letter of application, including a complete resume of academic preparation, experience, qualifications, professional or scholarly activities, and names of five references to: Linda Lunell, Library Personnel, Clark Library, San Jose State University, One Washington Square, San Jose, CA 95192-0028. 408/924/2700. AA/EOE

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BOOK CONSERVATOR.The Smithsonian Institution Libraries seeks a book conservator to restore and conserve valuable library materials. SIL collections include over 40,000 rare books and manuscripts. Incumbent performs all aspects of book conservation, including mending, sewing, binding, aqueous and non-aqueous treatments, as well as examination and documentation of treatments, in well-equipped conservation laboratory. Other activities include participating in in-house workshops; assisting with emergency preparation training; and preparing exhibits with Senior Conservator and Head of Special Collections. Qualifications: Knowledge of historical and current binding techniques; paper chemistry; production and quality of bookbinding materials; and impact of environment on library materials. Specialized experience in book conservation or graduate education or a combination of both required. Work experience in a library conservation facility desirable. Applications for Announcement # 91 -3141N must be received by August 16,1991. GS-9 ($25,717); GS-11 ($31,116). For application information and forms, please call: Laudine Creighton, (202) 357-1940. The Smithsonian Institution is an equal opportunity employer.

COORDINATOR OF PUBLIC SERVICES.Library: DePauw University, an undergraduate liberal arts college, seeks innovative, service-oriented librarians for the following positions. Coordinator of Public Services to provide leadership for public services, coordinate reference, bibliographic instruction, interlibrary loan, circulation/resen/e, and government documents in a nontraditional, user-oriented, unified public services department. Responsibilities include: instruction at reference desk and in Bl classes; liaison work with selected academic departments; supervision of 2 1/2 professionals and 6 FTE paraprofessionals; planning, budgeting, and quality control; assistance in developing library goals and priorities. Renewable term appointment. Qualifications: ALA-MLS; 3 years’ experience in public services, including reference and instruction; and effective planning, supervisory, and communication skills. Reference Librarian at entry level to provide reference services as part of a nontraditional public sen/ices department. Responsibilities include instruction at reference desk and in bibliographic instruction classes as well as liaison work with selected academic departments. Renewable term appointment. Qualifications: ALA-MLS and some reference and Bl experience. Both positions require demonstrated service commitment and ability to contribute as part of library and department management teams. Also desired is ability to work with variety of computerized services (CD-ROMs in a LAN, database searching, OCLC, E-mail and Bitnet discussion groups). Salary dependent on experience and qualifications. Minimum: $30,000. Excellent benefit package. Please send letter of application including views on library services in an undergraduate liberal arts college, resume, and three letters of reference to: Kathy Davis, Acting Director of Libraries, DePauw University, 400 S. College Street, Greencastle, IN 46135-1641. FAX: 317-658-4789. Review of applications will begin immediately and continue until position filled. Women and minorities are encouraged to apply. AA/EOE.

DIRECTOR OF ACCESS AND INFORMATION SERVICES.Northeastern University School of Law Library seeks a Director of Access and Information Services. Duties include planning and overseeing patron access to library services, supervision of public services staff, direction and supervision of reference services, computer and database operations. Co-ordinates training related to Computer Assisted Legal Research curriculum. Position requires MLS and J.D. (or J.D. candidate) plus 5-7 years experience in library public services and/or computer services; 2-3 years supervisory experience in a law library. Strong computer and legal research skills, excellent interpersonal and communications skills, and interest in teaching law students. Salary in the $40s, excellent benefits package. Submit resumes to: Dean Daniel J. Givelber, Northeastern University School of Law, 400 Huntington Avenue, Boston, MA 02115.

DIRECTOR OF THE LIBRARY.Ashland University is seeking applicants for the position of Director of the Library. The Library houses 160,000 volumes and is a partial depository for U.S. Government and state publications. The Library is establishing an integrated system that will automate public access, circulation, and cataloging. Applicant must possess knowledge of both public and technical services and collection development, and be willing to guide the library through a period of growth and changes. Past experience should include administrative positions in academic or research libraries, including budgeting and supervisory experience. Must be able to work and interact with the Friends of the Library. ALA-accredited MLS degree required, and experience with an automated online system desirable. Salary Minimum: $30,000. Position to be filled in summer 1991. Send resume with three references to: Search Committee for Library Director, Lucille G. Ford, Provost, Ashland University, Ashland, OH 44805. AA/EOE.

DIRECTOR OF LIBRARY SERVICES.Responsible for library services administration for 3,200-student community college. Requirements include master’s degree in library science from ALA-accredited program; five years of higher education experience; and ability to direct creation of services and resources to support proposed engineering and manufacturing technology programs. Salary $37,000-$44,000 for fiscal appointment. (This position is subject to final budget approval.) Review of applications will begin immediately and continue until position is filled. Appointment date: 9-1-91. Apply to: Personnel Office, Jackson State Community College, 2046 N. Parkway, Jackson, TN 38301-3797; (901) 425-2621. AA/EOE.

GOVERNMENT DOCUMENTS/DATA SERVICES REFERENCE LIBRARIAN.Entry-level position. Purpose and scope: The Government Documents/Data Services Reference Librarian is a position that enhances user access to a large government documents collection and a growing resource of machine-readable datafiles. Librarians in the Government Documents Department provide extensive reference assistance in U.S. Government documents, United Nations, Georgia, and Canadian documents, British, French, and West German parliamentary documents, and other selected foreign government publications. Data Services, a unit of the Government Documents Department, maintains a large and increasingly significant collection of machine-readable data files obtained through participation in the Georgia State Data Center (U.S. Census) and the Inter-university Consortium for Political and Social Research (ICPSR) as well as from other sources. This position links computer accessed files and printed government information by guiding users to the most appropriate source, regardless of format and will require in-depth knowledge of the contents of ICPSR and census data collections and published census information. The Government Documents/ Data Services Reference Librarian reports to the Head of the Government Documents Department and will spend approximately 60% of the work week in the Government Documents Department and 40% in the Data Services Unit. Qualifications: Required: ALA-accredited MLS; reference coursework in government documents or relevant experience; experience with microcomputers; strong commitment to public service; interest in the social sciences and quantitative analysis; interest in user education; ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships; effective oral and written communication skills. Desired: Experience with census materials in printed and electronic for- mats; experience in online searching (e.g., CENDATA, NTIS); working knowledge of statistical packages for microcomputers; familiarity with sources of machine-readable data. Benefits: Standard benefits package includes life, health, and disability insurance and mandatory participation in the state or optional retirement system (TIAA-CREF or VALIC), 21 days annual leave, and 12 paid holidays. The University of Georgia, located 65 miles east of Atlanta, is a land-grant and sea-grant institution with 13 schools and colleges serving over 26,000 students. Salary Minimum: $22,000. Application procedure: Send letter of application and resume with the names and addresses 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.

HEAD OF THE LIBRARY.B.J. and Jesse S. Quinney Natural Resources Research Library. The College of Natural resources at Utah State University seeks a library head to direct and manage a modern electronic library. Scheduled for opening in mid-1992, the Quinney Library will provide comprehensive technical information services in support of the teaching, research, and extension activities of the college. The successful candidate will supervise the staff, ensure quality of service, develop collections and computer support, and actively participate in planning, organizing, financial controls, reporting and implementing new procedures and ideas. The library head reports to the Dean, and will participate actively as a member of the management and development team of the College of Natural Resources. This position requires an MLS or equivalent; recent administrative experience in a scientific/ technical library, information center, or academic department library; experience in managing a library automation or information systems project; demonstrated leadership and personal management skills; an understanding of current and future developments in information technology; the ability to interact with social, physical, and biological scientists; and dedication to implementing policies that achieve patron satisfaction and institutional goals. An undergraduate degree in a natural resources discipline is desirable. Minimum salary: $35,000 (negotiable according to experience and qualifications). Excellent benefits. Applications received until August 15, 1991, or until a suitable candidate is identified. Send resume and statement of interest to: Raymond D. Dueser, Library Head Search Committee, Department of Fisheries and Wildlife, College of Natural Resources, Utah State University, Logan, UT 84322-5210; (801)730-2463. Utah State University is an affirmative action, equal opportunity employer.

JAPANESE STUDIES LIBRARIAN.Under the direction of the Head of the Asian Library, the incumbent is responsible for selection, acquisition, collection development, and maintenance of Japanese language material; provides bibliographic and reference assistance and instruction for faculty, students, and general users; performs original cataloging in Western-language materials on Asia; supervises Japanese copy cataloging staff; serves as faculty liaison. Depending upon departmental needs and qualifications of the successful candidate, duties may include coordinating technical services operations and participating in other professional activities in the Asian Library. Qualifications: Required: MLS from an ALA-accredited library school or an equivalent; demonstrated reading proficiency in classical and modern Japanese; familiarity with publishing industry in Japan and book-trade concerning Japa- nese-language materials; knowledge of or experience with AACR2, LCSH, LC and Dewey classification schemes; good English and Japanese-language communication skills; ability to work effectively with a research-oriented faculty and student body; ability to work in a collegial environment; evidence of research orientation and ability to meet university requirements for promotion and tenure. Preferred: At lease one year of professional experience in reference or cataloging in an academic or research library; experience with major bibliographic utilities, preferably with OCLC, CJK, or RLIN/CJK; experience in collection development/ management in Japanese field. Desired: An advanced degree or strong academic background in Japanese Studies or Asian Studies. Salary and rank: $23,500 minimum as Assistant Professor or $28,000 upward as tenured Associate Professor. Salary offered is dependent on rank, experience, qualifications, and scholarly credentials. Librarians must demonstrate excellence in job performance, research, publication, and university/professional/community sen/ice in order to meet university standards for tenure and promotion. Application: Send letter of application and complete resume with the names, addresses, and telephone numbers of five references to: Allen G. Dries, Library Personnel Manager, University of Illinois Library (U-C), 1408 West Gregory Drive, Urbana, IL 61801. Phone (217) 333-5494. Deadline: August 31, 1991. The University of Illinois is an affirmative action, equal opportunity employer.

LIBRARIAN.NJIT seeks University Librarian to lead the planned expansion of its library facilities, print and nonprint collections, and related services. A dynamic individual who must be prepared to reshape the library as a keystone of a growing academic community committed to research and interdisciplinary study. Position includes faculty status. Qualifications: MLS and preferably an additional graduate degree in discipline taught at NJIT, suitable experience in academic librarianship and management; familiarity with automated library systems. Salary range: $49,100-$75,000 depending upon qualifications and experience. NJIT is the largest comprehensive technological university in the New York/New Jersey area. Nearly 8,000 students are enrolled in baccalaureate through doctoral programs within four schools; Newark College of Engineering, the School of Architecture, the College of Science and Liberal Arts, and the School of Industrial Management. NJIT does not discriminate on the basis of sex, race, color, handicap, national or ethnic origin, or age in employment. Application review will begin July 12, 1991. Send resume to: Personnel Box L, New Jersey Institute of Technology, University Heights, Newark, NJ 07102.

LIBRARIAN.UCLA Louise Darling Biomedical Library, Outreach Coordinator, Pacific Regional Medical Library Service. Evidence must show that candidates have: a through knowledge of online searching, using the ELHILL command language and NLM databases; familiarity with GRATEFUL MED software and other end- user search programs; in-depth knowledge of a variety of microcomputer hardware and software programs; excellent communications skills, both written and oral; excellent interpersonal and teaching skills; ability to work independently in a variety of situations. Candidates must be able to lift 25 lbs. in order to set up and demonstrate the portable technology unit at different sites in the region. Candidates must have a valid driver’s license at the time of employment. UCLA is an AA/EOE employer and encourages all qualified persons to apply. Salary range: $28,668-$36,696. Anyone wishing to be considered for this position should write to: Rita Scherrei, Associate University Librarian, Personnel and Administrative Services, University Research Library, University of California at Los Angeles, 405 Hilgard Ave., Los Angeles, CA 90024- 1575. Application letter should include a complete statement of qualifications, a full resume of education and relevant experience, and the names of at least three persons who are knowledgeable about the applicant’s qualifications for this position. Candidates applying by September 16, 1991, will be given first consideration.

LIBRARIAN(Reference): Institution: San Jose State University is located at the southern end of the San Francisco Bay in downtown San Jose, CA (pop. 800,000). SJSU is a major university and a center of higher education in urbanized, high technology Silicon Valley. It offers bachelor’s and master’s degree programs in a wide variety of disciplines and professional fields. A member of the 20- campus California State University system, SJSU enrolls a culturally diverse student body of approximately 30,000 students. The University is committed to increasing the diversity of its faculty so our disciplines, students and the community can benefit from multiple social, ethnic, and gender perspectives. Duties: Under direction of the Reference Department Head, provides reference assistance, bibliographic instruction, online searching, and collection development. Qualifications: Required: MLS from an ALA- accredited program; excellent oral and written communication skills; demonstrated knowledge of library resources and services, including current library technology; demonstrated awarenees of and sensitivity to the educational goals of a multicultural population; ability to maintain cooperative working relationship; ability to work evenings/weekends. Perferred: Cross cultural experience and/or training (e.g., bilingual, bicultural background); knowledge of academic library resources and services. Salary: This is an entry-level, tenure-track position. A record of progressive professional and/or scholarly development is required for tenure and promotion. Twelve-month work plan, plus fringe benefits of the Senior Assistant Librarian rank ($36,468-$50,532). Ten-month work plan option available after one year’s service. Applications must be postmarked by July 31, 1991. Send application letter, photocopy of transcripts for MLS degree, complete resume, names, and addresses of 3 references, to: Linda Lunell, Library Personnel, San Jose State University, One Washington Square, San Jose, CA 95192-0028; (408) 924-2700. AA/EOE

MAP LIBRARIAN.Cornell University. Exciting opportunity to develop and promote expanded map services as the John M. Olin library's cartographic information specialist. As a member of the Reference Department manage an extensive map collection of over 191,000 topographic, hydrologic, geologic, political, and road maps, supplemented by a large collection of atlases, gazettes, charts, globes, and cartobibliographic reference aids. U.S. Geological Survey maps and Defense Mapping Agency maps are received through the depository program. Provide a full range of map reference and instruction sen/ices: general map reference, selection and interpretation of digital maps and datafiles including geographic information systems, user instruction. Works closely with the general reference staff and assists in staffing the main reference desk. Responsible for map collection development in concert with subject and area selections for the library system. Determines map cataloging and oversees paraprofessional searching of bibliographic records for cataloging and oversees paraprofessional searching of bibliographic records for cataloging copy. Directs student and support staff in providing access to the collection. The Olin Library is the largest of the Cornell Library’s 18 libraries, with a collection of 2.6 million volumes and 1 million microforms in the social sciences and humanities. This position provides a unique opportunity to participate in planning for renovated map space and the development of augmented public services in a major building renovation. Qualifications: MLS degree or equivalent. Degree and/or experience in geography, cartography, or related fields. Two to four years relevant experience in an academic, special or public library preferred. Understanding of map cataloging practices. Demonstrated organizational, planning, and interpersonal skills. Excellent oral and written communication skills. Experience searching electronic information resources desirable and an interest in working with online information systems is essential. Applications requested by August 1, 1991, but accepted until position is filled. Send cover letter, resume, and name, address, and phone number for three references to: Ann Dyckman, Personnel Director, Cornell University Library, 235 Olin Library, Ithaca, NY 14853-5301. The Cornell University Library is committed to providing a culturally diverse study and work environment, and invites applications from a wide variety of individuals, including members of ethnic minorities. Cornell University is an equal opportunity, affirmative action employer.

MONOGRAPHS CATALOG LIBRARIAN.The University of Alabama seeks applications for the position of Monographs Catalog Librarian, Instructor or Assistant Professor level to provide, under the supervision of the Head, Catalog Department, general original cataloging and editing of OCLC copy for monographs in the main and departmental libraries. To assist with the formulation and review of policies and procedures in the department, and with conducting Graduate School of Library and Information Studies internships. Qualifications: Instructor: Required: An MLS from a program accredited by ALA; knowledge of AACR2, Library of Congress classification, LCSH, and relevant MARC formats; ability to work effectively with others. Desired: Experience with OCLC or other bibliographic utility; recent cataloging experience, preferably in large academic or other research library; coursework, undergraduate or graduate degree in business or the sciences; experience with NOTIS; knowledge of one or more modem European languages. Applicants with OCLC and NOTIS experience strongly preferred. Qualifications: Assistant Professor: Required: An MLS from a program accredited by ALA; recent successful cataloging experience, including original cataloging, preferably in a large academic or other research library; knowledge of AACR2, Library of Congress classification, LCSH, and relevant MARC formats; ability to work effectively with others. Evidence of scholarly contribution. Desired: Experience with OCLC or other bibliographic utility; coursework, undergraduate or graduate degree in business or the sciences; experience with NOTIS; knowledge of one or more modern European languages. Applicants with OCLC and NOTIS experience strongly preferred. Appointment at the Instructor level will be with a beginning salary of $21,500. Assistant Professor $25,300 minimum. The University of Alabama is a member of ARL, OCLC, and CRL, and uses the NOTIS system. Send letter of application, resume and names and addresses of three references to: Yvonne Mixon, Catalog Librarian Search, The University of Alabama Libraries, P.O. Box 870266, Tuscaloosa, AL 35487- 0266, Postmarked by the application deadline September 15, 1991. The University of Alabama is an equal opportunity, affirmative action employer.

REFERENCE/INSTRUCTION LIBRARIAN.Enthusiastic, energetic librarian interested in working in a dynamic environment, excited about expanding possibilities in information technology, familiar with active learning techniques in library instruction, and ready to be actively involved in new Undergraduate College curriculum. Incumbent will provide reference service in both print and electronic sources, participate in bibliographic instruction program, select monographs in assigned subject areas, and oversee one area of UGL operations, depending on strengths and interests. Qualifications: Required: ALA-accredited MLS, experience in the use of electronic information resources, excellent communication and interpersonal skills, and ability to work in a cooperative mode with academic faculty and other librarians in the system. Highly desirable: professional public service experience in an academic library; interest in undergraduate education; and evidence of ability to provide bibliographic instruction in diverse settings. Rank: Tenure-track faculty position with the rank of Assistant Librarian, $24,000 or higher; with the rank of Senior Assistant Librarian, $28,000 or higher. Salary at either rank will be competitive and commensurate with qualifications. Send letter of application and resume, including the names of at least three references to: Mary Ellen State, Library Personnel Officer, University Libraries, SUNY at Buffalo, 432 Capen Hall, Buffalo, NY 14260. Search committee will begin reviewing applications in July. An EO/ AA employer. Ethnic minorities are encouraged to apply.

REFERENCE LIBRARIAN.International Relations. Ginn Library of the Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy, Tufts University. Provides the full range of information services to graduate students and faculty. Responsible for reference desk service, online searching, preparing and conducting instructional sessions, developing and maintaining the reference collection. Required: MLS from ALA-accredited institution, subject expertise in social sciences or business, at least two year's experience in academic/ research library. Preferred: subject master’s degree in related subject, experience with international student body. Appointment at Assistant or Associate Librarian rank in salary range $29,000- $39,000 commensurate with qualifications and experience. Full benefits package. Position open June 1, 1991. Apply with letter, resume, and names of three references to: Natalie Schatz, Director, Ginn Library, Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy, Tufts University, Medford, MA 02155. Minority candidates are encouraged to apply.

REFERENCE LIBRARIAN/AGRICULTURE AND LIFE SCIENCES.Provides general reference sen/ice with specialization in agriculture and life sciences. Share evening and weekend schedule in general reference. Responsibilities include general and subject-specific bibliographic instruction, collection development, liaison with agriculture and life science faculties, promotion of database searching (both mediated and on CD-ROM). Qualifications required are: ALA accredited MLS, an academic degree in agriculture and/or life sciences, and a minimum of two years reference experience. Position requires excellent communication skills; ability to work effectively with students, faculty, and colleagues; experience with BRS, DIALOG, or STN search services, and CD-ROM databases. Knowledge of state and federal agricultural publications and documents desired. Annual salary is $23,000 minimum, depending upon qualifications, with rank of assistant librarian/assistant professor. Twelve-month, tenure- track, TIAA/CREF, twenty-two days annual leave, tuition, and other benefits. The University of Arkansas, Fayetteville, is a land-grant university and the major academic institution in the state, offering a full range of undergraduate, graduate, and professional degrees. Situated in the Ozarks, Fayetteville (population 42,000) offers cultural and recreational opportunities associated with natural beauty and a university community. Applications will be accepted until the position is filled. Send letter of application, resume, and names, addresses, and telephone numbers of three current references to: John A. Harrison, Director of Libraries, University of Arkansas, Fayetteville, AR 72701-1201. The University of Arkansas is an equal opportunity, affirmative action employer. Applicants must have proof of legal authority to work in the United States.

SCIENCE LIBRARIAN.Seeking an energetic and forward-looking science librarian to provide information services in the Carlson Science and Engineering Library. Participate with a team of four librarians and ten staff in planning and implementing innovative sen/ices to the University’s science and engineering community. Serve as Biology Librarian, with responsibilities for collection development, liaison with faculty and students, orientation, bibliographic instruction, and advanced reference service using electronic information sources. Oversee activities of 2.5 FTE staff and 45 students in the Library’s busy, service-oriented automated circulation/reserve unit, which is also responsible for maintenance of stack areas. The University of Rochester is a private university with strong science and engineering teaching and research programs. Approximately 40% of the undergraduate and graduate students and 1100 faculty are involved in these programs. The University Library is a member of RLG, ARL, CRL. Qualifications: Bachelor’s degree in a science discipline or extensive coursework in college level biology. MLS from an accredited program. Demonstrated written and oral communication skills. Position available October 1 ‚ 1991. First consideration given to applications received by September 3, 1991. Salary: $23,000 minimum, depending on qualifications. Send letter of application, resume, and names of three references to: Arleen N. Somerville, Science Librarian Search, Carlson Library, University of Rochester, Rochester, NY 14627-0236. Phone (716) 275-4465, Fax (716) 473-1712. EOE.

SCIENCE REFERENCE LIBRARIAN.Reports to Head of Reference. Provides reference and consultation sen/ices in the physical sciences in a highly automated environment with a strong public service commitment. Primary responsibilities include participation in staffing of reference desk (including some evenings and weekends), online searching, development of computer assisted reference services, some collection development, library orientation/ instruction, and liaison to faculty in the Physical Sciences Departments. Required: ALA-accredited MLS; experience in scientific or research environment; interest, knowledge, or working experience with library microcomputer applications; experience with providing reference service; demonstrated flexibility, innovation, and ability to work well with colleagues, faculty, staff, and students. Salary: $23,000 minimum for 12-month appointment, depending on experience and qualifications. Academic rank/tenure-track. Vacation of 22 working days plus state holidays. Choice of retirement and medical plans. Kansas State University, founded in 1863 and one of the nation’s oldest land-grant universities, is located in Manhattan, a community of 45,000 in the rolling Flint Hills. The University has an enrollment of over 20,000 students and employs 1500 fulltime faculty. KSU Library contains approximately 1,100,000 cataloged volumes, has a materials budget in excess of $2,300,000, and has recently implemented NOTIS. Deadline for application: July 19, 1991. Position available immediately. Send letter of application, resume, names, addresses, and telephone numbers of three relevant references to: Jean McDonald, Administrative Sen/ices Officer, Kansas State University Libraries, Manhattan, KS 66506. KSU is an affirmative action, equal opportunity employer. Women and minorities are encouraged to apply.

SPECIAL COLLECTIONS LIBRARIAN/COLLEGE ARCHIVIST.Promotes understanding and use of various Special Collections (printed, manuscript, archival); develops collections through gift solicitation and requests; catalogs and prepares finding aids; shares general reference service including some nights and weekends; coordinates library’s preservation efforts; some opportunity for teaching. Required: ALA-accredited MLS or its international equivalent; knowledge and appreciation of the conditions and history of the Southwest and the West; a commitment to library skills as a liberal art. Preferred: Experience in Special Collections, reference, library instruction, cataloging; preservation; knowledge of Spanish. Twelve-month, annually renewable contract. Applications will be accepted until filled. Screening will commence August 19. Preferred starting date January 1991. Minimum salary $24,000. Colorado College is an equal opportunity employer. The College seeks candidates who can address the perspective of women and minorities in all of its programs. Send letters of application, resumes, and names of three references to: Librarian Search Committee, Colorado College, Tutt Library, 1021 N. Cascade Ave., Colorado Springs, CO 80903.

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DOCUMENTS LIBRARIAN/FEDERAL TECHNOLOGY SPECIALIST.Under the general direction of the Head of the Documents Library, provides reference service during scheduled weekday hours; participates in the department’s instructional, promotional, and online services programs; assists in the provision of bibliographic control for documents; and maintains liaison with other public and technical service units in the Library. All documents librarians contribute in varying degrees to all functions listed above; each also has a particular coordinating responsibility within the department. Additional duties for this position include responsibility for the installation, planning, and implementation of new electronic information products, especially those in compact disk format; staying abreast of new hardware and software developments; providing continuing education for the departmental staff and other Librarians in the area of technological innovation; supervising maintenance and acquisition of appropriate hardware and software to support this service; and developing new programs in response to new products supplied by the Government Printing Office through the depository program. Qualifications: MLS from an ALA-accredited library school or its equivalent. At least one year of professional experience with a broad range of federal documents in a large research, academic, or special government publications unit. Knowledge of documents, reference techniques, and bibliographic sources. Familiarity with census and other statistical data. Experience with DOS-based microcomputers and with microcomputer based information systems in all formats including online, diskette, and CD-ROM. Effective oral and written communication skills and the ability to work well with people, both individually and in groups. Evidence of a strong commitment to responsive and innovative service. Preferred: User education experience; experience with an online public access catalog and other online bibliographic databases; cataloging experience; and a knowledge of the OCLC system. Salary and rank: $23,500 upward, depending on experience and qualifications. Appointment as Assistant Professor of Library Administration. Librarians must demonstrate excellence in librarianship, research, publication, and university/professional/community service in order to meet university standards for tenure and promotion. Application: Send letter of application and complete resume with the names, addresses, and telephone numbers of five references to: Allen G. Dries, Library Personnel Manager, University of Illinois Library (U-C), 1408 West Gregory Drive, Urbana, IL 61801. Phone (217) 333-5494. The University of Illinois is an affirmative action, equal opportunity employer. Deadline for applications is August 15, 1991.

GOVERNMENT PUBLICATIONS LIBRARIAN,0.75 FTE to work in a jobshare position. Plan, promote, coordinate, collect, and maintain federal and state documents and services. Participate in reference and bibliographic instruction. Reports to the Head of Government Publications. 12-month faculty tenure-track position to begin 1/1/92. UWEC houses a selective depository for federal publications (50%) and a regional depository for Wisconsin documents. Total collections include 210,000 hardcopy and 150,000 microfiche documents. Qualifications: A subject MA and grant writing experience are desirable. Required are: an ALA/MLS; professional managerial experience in a research or academic library; familiarity with depository library operations and issues; excellent communications skills; professional involvement; commitment to public services; ability to meet tenure guidelines. Salary: $22,000+, commensurate with experience. Send letter of application, vita, and names, addresses, and phone numbers of three references to: Leslie Foster, Chair, Recruitment Committee, McIntyre Library, University of Wiscon- sin-Eau Claire, Eau Claire, WI 54702-5010. Applications received after October 1, 1991, cannot be assured consideration. AA/EEO

MUSIC LIBRARIAN.Reed Library, State University of New York, College at Fredonia, invites applications for the position of Music Librarian. The Music Library functions as a departmental library within the main library building, serving the needs of the School of Music with its 37 full-time faculty, 10 part-time faculty, and 330 students. The music collections contain more than 30,000 scores, 15,000 books, 15,000 recordings, and 115 current serial titles. Reed Library serves a total student population of nearly 5,100 with collections of nearly 400,000 volumes. The Library recently installed the PALS integrated library system and is in the final stages of a $6 million building addition and renovation. Responsibilities of the Music Librarian include managing the Music Library loan activities, providing reference services and library instruction, developing the collection, and maintaining a collegial relationship with instructional faculty. Reed Library employs a concept of team management; as a member of the Public Access Team the Music Librarian consults and works closely with other Public Access librarians. Required qualifications: MLS from an ALA-accredited institution and an undergraduate degree in music. Desired Qualifications: a master’s degree in music, library experience, teaching experience. Appointment will be at the rank of Assistant Librarian (minimum salary $23,400) or Senior Assistant Librarian (minimum salary $26,900). Applications will be received until the position is filled. Send letter of application, resume, and, names, addresses, and telephone numbers of four references to: Richard Hart, Music Librarian Search Committee, Reed Library, State University of New York, College at Fredonia, Fredonia, NY 14063. The College at Fredonia is an affirmative action, equal opportunity employer.

MUSIC LIBRARIAN(Search Reopened). The University of Nevada, Las Vegas, seeks an energetic and versatile music librarian to do collection development of music scores, sound recordings and books; assist the faculty of the Music Department in assessing and developing library resources; perform cataloging, retrospective conversion, and database maintenance for scores and sound recordings; do reference and bibliographic instruction. For continued employment, successful performance of job responsibilities and a record of university and professional contributions that meet university standards is expected. Required: ALA-accred- ited MLS; knowledge/experience with collection development; knowledge of the fields of music in applied and theoretical/historical aspects; familiarity with music cataloging, including AACR2, MARC tagging, LC classification and subject headings; training on OCLC or other bibliographic utility; user-oriented philosophy; effective communication and interpersonal skills; master’s degree in music history or the equivalent. Prefer: Two years’ experience in a music specialty in an academic library; reading knowledge of one or more modern European languages (German highly desirable); familiarity with automated library systems. Salary: Negotiable, depending upon qualifications and experience; $28,000 minimum for new professional librarian. Application deadline: August 19, 1991. Send application letter; resume; names, addresses, and phone numbers of three references to: Mary Dale Deacon, Dean of Libraries, University of Nevada, Las Vegas, 4505 Maryland Pkwy., Las Vegas, NV 89154-0001. Librarians at UNLV have tenure-track positions with faculty status, 12-month appointments with 24 days of paid vacation and a standard package of fringe benefits including TIAA/CREF. No state income tax.

LIBRARIAN(science and engineering). Head of the Sprague Library, the Librarian is responsible for the leadership, program development, and administration of the collections and services of the Sprague Library on the campus of Harvey Mudd College, a highly selective undergraduate science and engineering institution. Reporting to the Director of the Libraries, the Head is also involved in managing library programs to provide services for the faculty, staff, and students of the five undergraduate colleges and one graduate institution comprising the Claremont Colleges. The Sprague Library has a staff of 3 FTE plus student assistants and a collection of 74,000 volumes with strengths in science and engineering including selected government publications, microtext materials, and materials in machine- readable formats. The Library is one of four units in a library system that is highly automated and maintains more than 1.7 million volumes utilizing ari integrated online system designed by innovative interfaces. Qualifications: ALA-accredited MLS; subject background in engineering, computer science, or related field preferred; significant scientific/technological subject matter experience highly desirable; library management experience including collection development, personnel management, and budget management; ability to work creatively and effectively with library users and staff; good communication skills; strong service commitment and understanding of science information needs in an academic setting; knowledge of and experience with automated library systems, online database services, and computer assisted information retrieval. Salary: $25,000 minimum-but with appointment in the mid $30,000s for substantial experience; 22 days vacation; good health and other benefits packages. Application Procedures: Send letter of application; resume; and names, addresses, and telephone numbers of at least three references to: Alberta Walker, Associate Director, Claremont Colleges Libraries,. 800 North Dartmouth, Claremont, CA 91711. Review of applications begins September 1, 1991, and continues until position is filled. An equal opportunity, affirmative action employer.

REFERENCE LIBRARIAN:Responsible for supervision of interlibrary loan and document delivery service. Serve at Reference Desk and assist with bibliographic instruction. Opportunity for participation in collection development some weekend and evening hours. Required: Master’s degree in Library Science from an ALA- accredited institution. Preferred: High comfort level with automation; some experience with ILL and personnel supervision. Salary: $22,500-$23,700. This is a twelve-month, tenure-track position with TIAA/CREF or state retirement, and other state benefits. Availability of position is contingent upon continued funding through State appropriation. Hunter Library has an annual materials budget of approximately $700,000, contains over 390,000 volumes, and has a staff of 14 professionals and 25 paraprofessionals. The Library is a member of the Western North Network shares resources through an LS 2000 online catalog, an automated circulation system and a document delivery service. Send letter of application, resume, transcripts, and names and phone numbers of three references to: Sharon Kimble, Hunter Library, Western Carolina University, Cullowhee, NC 28723. Preference given to applications received by August 15, 1991. Western Carolina University is one of the sixteen senior institutions of the University of North Carolina and an affirmative action, equal opportunity employer. The University is located in the Appalachian Mountains, 55 miles southwest of Asheville, near the Great Smoky Mountains National Park and approximately 150 miles north of Atlanta.

HEAD OF TECHNICAL SERVICES,Monroe C. Gutman Library, Harvard Graduate School of Education. Duties: Responsible for administration of the Technical Services Department including acquisitions, cataloging, serials, preservation, and processing. Hire, train, and supervise 5 support and 2 professional staff. Supervise and participate in cataloging output of the department. Disseminate and interpret new cataloging information and act as authority for complex cataloging. As part of the Gutman Library management team, work closely with head librarian and other supervisors. Qualifications: MLS from ALA accredited program, several years of administrative library experience preferred; thorough knowledge of AACR2, LC Subject heading practice, and OCLC. Demonstrated experiences with complex original and serials cataloging; demonstrated management and supervisory skills. Public service orientation desirable. Salary: Salary dependent on experience, minimum $39,600. Available: September 1,1991. Apply with letter and resume to: Ellen Sterling, Personnel Office, 118 Longfellow Hall, Harvard Graduate School of Education, 6 Appian Way, Cambridge, MA 02138.

COORDINATOR OF REFERENCE AND INSTRUCTIONAL SERVICES.Responsible for coordinating, leading, and administering a strong user-oriented reference and instruction program. Will participate in library management and automation. Also includes some collection development. Requirements: MLS from ALA-accredited institution. Minimum five years relevant library experience including two years administrative experience. Must have excellent communications, interpersonal, and administrative skills. Experience with emerging technologies highly desirable. Social Science background helpful. We are looking for a high degree of competence and enthusiasm. Salary: $30,000 up depending on rank and qualifications. Application Deadline: August 1, 1991, or until the position is filled. Send: Letter of application, resume, transcripts, and names of 3 references to: Michael J. McLane, Director, Penfield Library, State University College, Oswego, NY 13126. SUNY OSWEGO is an equal opportunity employer. Women, minority persons, handicapped persons, and Vietnam veterans are encouraged to apply.

SERIALS LIBRARIANat faculty rank of Instructor or Assistant Professor depending upon qualifications and experience. Responsible for technical and public services functions in a combined serials and microform department with over 2,400 current serial subscriptions, 34,000 bound volumes, and 1.2 million microform units. Responsibilities include collection development and management, i.e., acquisitions, cataloging, maintenance of records, providing access and interpretation of the serials collection to users. Some night and weekend reference work required. An ALA-accredited master’s degree required; professional experience with serials in academic or research library desirable. Salary range is $23,600-$38,442 depending upon academic credentials and experience. Library faculty are on nine-month academic year contracts with additional summer work available on a pro-rated basis. Employment date is January 1992. Application deadline is October 10,1991. Applicants must submit a letter of application, current resume, transcripts, and names, addresses, and telephone numbers of three references, preferably from current or former employers to: Richard M. Matovich, Chair, Serials Librarian Search Committee, Manderino Library, California University of PA 250 University Ave., California, PA 15419-1394, California University of PA is an affirmative action/equal opportunity employer actively seeking minority candidates.

OFF-CAMPUS SERVICES/REFERENCE LIBRARIAN.Full-time faculty position (12-month contract year) to coordinate library services to students and faculty in off-campus programs. Periodic travel to off-campus sites in So Cal area required to promote services and assist users. Provides leadership in evaluation, planning and implementing library services through active liaison with Whitehead program constituents and library faculty. Supervise/train part-time library staff assigned to program. Will also share scheduled reference duty in Armacost Library approx 25% of time, including some evenings and weekends. Other duties to be assigned based upon experience and qualifications. Requires ALA-accredited MLS, strong service commitment, and effective organization/communication skills. Academic library orientation and work with adult learners preferred. Appointment at Assistant/ Associate Librarian rank in salary range $23,967-$29,677 depending on qualifications. Full employee benefits package. Apply with letter, resume, and 3 work- related references by August 15, 1991, to: Fred E. Hearth, Library Director, Armacost Library, University of Redlands, 1249 E. Colton Ave., Redlands, CA 92374. EOE employer.

INFORMATION TECHNOLOGIES REFERENCE LIBRARIAN.State university seeks service-oriented librarian to coordinate automated reference services (CD-ROMs, OPAC, and telecommunications maintenance) in tandem with technical support staff. Responsibilities will include reference desk assistance, library instruction, online searching, liaison/collection development duties, and participation in night/weekend rotation. Minimum requirements: MLS from an ALA- accredited program, excellent communication and interpersonal skills, problemsolving abilities, and ability to meet criteria for appointment, promotion, and tenure. Available: August 15. Minimum salary: $22,000. Faculty rank and status, 20 vacation days, health/dental insurance, TIAA/CREF. Closing date: July 15 or until filled. Send letter of application, resume, three references with names, addresses, and telephone numbers to: Mary Ellen Elsbernd, Reference Search Committee, Steely Library, Northern Kentucky University, Highland Heights, KY 41099. NKU is an affirmative action, equal opportunity employer.

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