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POSITIONS WANTED

LIBRARIAN, MINISTER, CHRISTIAN EDUCATORseeks position in a small college, using some or all fields of competency. Have BA, MRE (in ’55) MS (in ’64) plus seminary (no Hebr.) Ordained '55, experience all fields —served as College Head Librarian, Seminary Assistant Librarian (Cat.), rural pastorates, missionary to Choctaw Indians; also managed several large estates as executor, conservator. Available Spring '76. R. L. Mabson, 3754 Highland Park, Memphis, TN 38111.

MLS SEEKS ENTRY LEVEL POSITION.BA Anthro minor Asian Studies. 4 yrs. teaching Am. Civ. in Francefluent in French. 5 yrs. paraprofessional library workref. & circulation; public & univ. Interests: bibliography & book selection. Prefer West or Atlantic Coasts. Available Sept. 76. Write C&RL NEWS Box 851, 50 E. Huron St., Chicago, Illinois 60611.

ASSISTANT PROFESSORin Allied Health Sciences desires position in special or academic library. MLS from accredited school, CMA, BA. Strong language background. G. Heckman, 8 Club Drive, E. Pittsburgh, PA 15236.

POSITIONS OPEN

Administration

LIBRARY DIRECTOR:Director of University Library. Doctorate preferred, minimum MLS plus additional postbaccalaureate degree; at least 10 years' professional library experience, primarily administrative, to administer, supervise and coordinate all operation of modern 200.000 volume, three-story well-designed facility serving 3,400 students (2,800 FTE). $18,500 minimum, faculty status, excellent fringe benefits plus moving allowance. Appointment date no later than August I, 1976. Apply with vitae and references by March 8 to Office of Provost, Attn: Library Director Search Committee, Pacific Lutheran University, Tacoma, WA 98447. An equal opportunity/ affirmative action employer.

ASSOCIATE LIBRARY DIRECTOR.Tulane University. Executive officer in charge of day-to-day operation of library, personnel, physical plant. On occasion Acting Library Director. Graduate degree in library science; experience in academic library administration; ability to deal effectively with staff, faculty, students; strong interest in research library problems and opportunities. 12- month appointment; $ 17,000—$20,000; TIAA-CREF; month's vacation. Resumes before May to: Library Director, Tulane University Library, New Orleans, LA 70118. An equal opportunity/affirmative action employer.

COLLEGE LIBRARIAN.Carleton College seeks a qualified person to direct the College Library with appointment effective July I, 1976. The salary will be not less than $16,000, but will depend upon qualifications and experience. Send nominations and resumes to: Professor J. C. Perry, Acting Director of the Library, Carleton College, Northfield, MN 55057. An equal opportunity/affirmative action employer.

Cataloging

INSTRUCTOR, GENERAL PURPOSE CATALOGER.Three year contract. Renewal possible depending on performance and institutional finances. Available February I, 1976, closing date March I, 1976. Original cataloging of monographs in English and Western European languages in all disciplines. Qualifications: MLS from an ALA accredited library school. One year original cataloging in an academic library using LC classifications and subject headings. Reading knowledge of French required. Combination of French and one other Western European language desirable. Salary and benefits: $10,906 for a 12 month contract. Hospital/medical benefits paid in part by employee. Apply to: H. William Axford, University Librarian, University of Oregon, Eugene, OR 97403. An equal opportunity/affirmative action employer.

University of California, Davis is now accepting applications for the position of Principal CATALOGER/AS- SISTANT HEAD of the Catalog Department. RESPONSIBILITIES: Training and supervision of professional and para-professional staff numbering 15 FTE positions. This assignment entails continuing review on a sample rather than a full-time revision basis. The ability to plan, organize, and supervise cataloging operations is essential as is the ability to write with clarity and precision. The Principal Cataloger/Assistant Head works closely with the Department Head in the planning and coordination of department procedures and is in charge of the department during the Head's absence. The appointee will be expected to spend 2 to 4 hours per week answering questions at the Catalog Information Desk. This will include occasional weekend work. QUALIFICATIONS: A graduate degree in librarianship from an ALA-accredited institution; a minimum of 3 years' cataloging experience in an academic library using LC Classification. Salary: Hiring range is $ 14,256—$ 16,872, dependent on qualifications and experience, with rank of Associate Librarian. The salary range for this position runs to $20,868. Send resumes to: Wm. F. McCoy, Associate University Librarian, 108 Shields Library, University of California, Davis, CA 95616.

Multiple

ASSISTANT SCIENCE LIBRARIAN (LIBRARIAN II).Selection for life science collection; coordinates library instruction and information; reference. Minimum qualifications: MLS; undergraduate degree in biology, chemistry or medical technology; 3 years' professional experience, strong outreach commitment essential, $11,000+. VISUAL COLLECTIONS LIBRARIAN (LIBRARIAN II). Administers visual collections facility for slides, photos, plans, films, in Architecture, I9th and 20th C art, urban design, environmental art; reference, acquisitions and special projects. Minimum qualifications: MLS; graduate degree or extensive background beyond undergraduate degree in architecture, art hist.; 3 years' experience in architecture, art, or visual collections; German, Italian, or French, administrative and supervisory skills, $11,000+. Resumes to: Suanne Muehlner, Assistant Director for Personnel Services, The Libraries, I4S-2I6 MIT, Cambridge, MA 02139. An equal opportunity employer.

I. REFERENCE LIBRARIAN. Three years' reference experience in academic library required. Additional professional experience in other areas desirable. 2. MAP LIBRARIAN. Two or more years' experience in map librarianship and general reference required with undergraduate degree in geography-geology. Graduate work in cartography highly desirable. Supervisory experience necessary. 3. EDUCATIONAL RESOURCES LIBRARIAN. Media specialist with three to five years' experience in media service to users required. Doctorate or education specialist degree with major course work in educational systems technology, instructional media, or audio-visual education is desirable and two master's degrees in one of these fields or a combination thereof, including library science, wouId be beneficial. 4. ORDER LIBRARIAN. Three or more years' experience in order work plus other technical service activities and bibliography required with knowledge of the book trade in general and its specialized sources. Supervisory and teaching ability necessary. 5. CATALOG LIBRARIAN. Three to five years' experience in cataloging required with expertise in cataloging and classification theory, rules and procedures. Subject specialty must be in arts and humanities cataloging. Work experience with OCLC terminals highly desirable. Knowledge of Western European and other languages preferred. 6. CONTINUATIONS CATALOG LIBRARIAN. Three years of cataloging experience with particular emphasis on serials required. Knowledge and interpretation of serials records necessary. Some knowledge of automation approaches to serials desirable. 7. CONTINUATIONS CATALOG LIBRARIAN. Three years of cataloging experience required with ability to organize and interpret microform cataloging records. Work entails cataloging variety of microforms ranging from newspapers to books and periodicals. Service to users may be required. All candidates must possess MLS accredited degrees except as specified in No. 3. Academic ranks based upon the educational background and years of experience. Salary depends upon rank, e.g., instructor $7,833-$ 14,101, assistant professor $ 10,173—$ 16,739, etc. Send resume and official transcripts before February 29, 1976 to Dr. Ray R. Suput, Department of Library Service, Ball State University, Muncie, IN 47306. Equal opportunity/affirmative action employer.

Public Services

ASSISTANT, CIRCULATION/MEDIA.To assist the heads of adjacent departments in administration of general and reserve circulation, collection maintenance, use and control of media collection, and management of Self-instructional Media Center. Qualifications: MLS from an accredited library school. Experience preferred but not mandatory. Salary: $13,000+ depending on qualifications. Governors State University is a new upper-division state university with a growing enrollment (approaching 5,000), located 30 miles south of Chicago. Send resumes by March 15, 1976 to: Ms. Barbara Smith, Chairperson, Search Committee, Learning Resources Center, Governors State University, Park Forest South, Illinois 60466. Affirmative action/equal opportunity employer.

READERS SERVICES HEAD.San Francisco State University. Minimum 4 yrs. exp. incl. ref. & mgmt. resp. Will supervise approx. II prof., 9.5 staff. Req: MLS & Subj. MA or Equiv. Sal. $18,156. Send resume & transc. to: Readers Serv. Search Comm., S.F. State Univ. Lib., 1630 Holloway Avenue, S.F., CA 94132. An affirmative action employer.

Reference

HEAD CENTRAL REFERENCE LIBRARIAN:The University of Arizona is seeking a professional librarian to administer the Central Reference Department. This department will be created when the Main Library is moved to a new building in the fall of 1976 and will include general reference material as well as special tools in the subject areas of the social sciences and humanities. The Head Central Reference Librarian will coordinate the development of the collection, supervise a staff of approximately 9 professional librarians and 7 library assistants, oversee interlibrary loan operations, and actively promote the use of the library. Several years of professional service, including administrative experience in a reference department, is required. Applicants for this position must be graduate of an ALA-accredited library school. Preference will be given to candidates with a broad academic background in the social sciences or humanities and an ability to read and speak Spanish. Librarians at the University of Arizona have 12-month appointments with 22 days per year of paid vacation, and a standard package of academic holidays and other fringe benefits. The minimum salary will be $14,000. Applications will not be accepted after March 15, 1976. Send resumes and inquiries to: Mary Dale Palsson, Assistant Librarian for Public Services, University of Arizona Library, Tucson, AZ 85721. An equal opportunity/affirmative action employer. Minorities and women are encouraged to apply.

REFERENCE.Two positions as Assistant Librarian ($10,- 716—$ 15,084) or Senior Assistant Librarian ($ 12,600—$ 17,- 292). Both levels require second master's degree or progress toward same; Senior Assistant requires two years' experience. Background in physical science, business, or computerized data bases highly desirable. Department is a unified service with seven librarians. One evening each week and four or five weekends each semester. Request application form from Henry Madden, University Librarians, California State University, Fresno, CA 93740. An equal opportunity/affirmative action employer.

SOCIAL AND BEHAVIORAL SCIENCES REFERENCE LIBRARIAN.Position open September 3, 1976 due to retirement. Reference, orientation, and collection development responsibilities. Accredited MLS and undergraduate major in psychology, sociology, political science, geography, or anthropology in that order of preference. Salary as Instructor $10,108—$13,540 for 9 months; possibility of summer employment. Appointment at higher rank and salary possible. Send letter of intent and resume by March I, 1976 to Martha Donahue, Chairperson, Recruitment Committee, Mansfield State College Library! Mansfield, PA 16933. An equal opportunity employer.

Subject Specialists

DOCUMENTS LIBRARIAN.Michigan Technological University. Graduate degree in library science from a school accredited by the American Library Association. Extensive experience with government materials preferred. Salary $9,100. Faculty status, retirement pension, paid hospitalization insurance, 24 days vacation, 13 days sick leave. Apply to Michael V. Krenitsky, Library Director, Michigan Technological University, Houghton, Ml 49931. An equal opportunity/affirmative action employer.

CURATOR OF GERMANIC LANGUAGES COLLECTIONS

(Librarian II—III) Salary: $13,000—$18,500. Responsible for evaluation and _ development of collections in Germanic languages required for research and teaching objectives of Stanford University. Selects current and retrospective materials, corresponds with vendors and publishers, executes selection policies of Stanford University Libraries, maintains close relationships with faculty in appropriate academic departments. Requires literate, articulate individual of demonstrated scholarly and bibliophilic competence, sound knowledge of German language, literature, culture, history, and bibliography, personal qualifications which will permit collaboration with faculty as a colleague. Advanced training in philology, linguistics, history, and philosophy, and experience in research libraries or the book trade highly desirable. Send resume to Paul Mosher, Asst. Director for Collection Development, Stanford University Libraries, Stanford, CA 94305. An equal opportunity/affirmative action employer.

BIBLIOGRAPHER.The Institute Library has a unique collection of traditional and contact material and is the major clearinghouse for information on all matters relating to Australian Aborigines. The Institute requires a Bibliographer to work particularly on an expanded bibliography of culture contact. Applicants should ideally have an MLS and a degree in one of the Social Sciences, and at least two years of cataloging/bibliography/reference experience. Knowledge in computer analysis would be an asset. The salary range is $A11,229-11,610—11,991, according to experience and qualifications. Economy airfares and reasonable removal expenses are offered. Applications with three academic references should be forwarded as soon as possible to the Executive Officer, Australian Institute of Aboriginal Studies, PO Box 553, CANBERRA CITY, ACT 2601 Australia.

LIBRARIANSfor Social Science Library. Assignments include reference/government documents cataloging. Appointments begin September I, 1976. MLS, Social Science background required. Second degree or advanced academic training in psychology, business administration, or Jaw desirable. Cataloging experience with AACR required for one position only. Salary $11,000 up depending upon qualifications. Faculty status. Send resume and three letters of reference to Dr. G. Donald Smith, Director of Libraries, Washington State University, Pullman, WA 99163, by April 30, 1976. An equal opportunity/ affirmative action employer.

SCIENCE REFERENCE LIBRARIANS. Reference responsibilities, selection of materials, liaison with faculty and students in designated subject area, class instruction, leadership responsibility in a technical activity. Qualifications: MLS; 2 yrs. experience, science library preferred, science subject background desirable. Faculty status, TIAA, Salary: $11,500 up. Open July I, 1976. Send resume to Dr. G. Donald Smith, Director of Libraries, Washington State University, Pullman, WA 99163 before May I, 1976. An equal opportunity/affirmative action employer.

SOCIAL SCIENCE BIBLIOGRAPHER—Responsible for material selection and reference service in the Social Sciences. Requires MLS and Master's or Doctorate in Sociology, Psychology, Anthropology, Economics, Political Science, Geography, or Business. Experience required except in the case of MLS-Ph.D. combination. Salary $10,- 500—$ 13 ‚ 500 depending on qualifications. Must relate well to faculty, students, and library staff. Position available July I, 1976. Send resume to: G. Jay Rausch, Dean of Libraries, Kansas State University, Manhattan, KS 66506. An equal opportunity/affirmative action employer.

LIBRARY INSTRUCTION LIBRARIAN.Responsible for the development and administration of one-hour library instruction course required of all incoming freshmen and sophomores. Course to be taught using auto-tutorial method. Qualifications: MLS from accredited library school, two to three years of experience in college-level reference work necessary. Administrative experience and familiarity with auto-tutorial education very desirable. Twelve-month contract, salary commensurate with experience and qualifications, minimum $11,500. Position available June, 1976. Write Dr. Michael F. Kelly, Director of Libraries, The University of Texas at San Antonio, San Antonio, TX 78285. An equal opportunity employer.

Technical Services

SYSTEMS AND PLANNING LIBRARIAN—To review, update, and integrate library routines and procedures, both manual and automated; develop long range plans and recommend procedural, organizational methods which will increase the effectiveness of the library. Also to develop, on a short term basis, the detailed plan for moving the general library into a new building in late 1976. Minimum qualifications include a master's degree from an accredited library school; three years' experience in an academic library; thorough knowledge of management techniques, including the application of electronic data processing to library operations. A second master's degree (or equivalent) is desirable. Minimum salary: $14,000 for a twelve month contract. Fringe benefits include Illinois Retirement System benefits, academic status, and one month vacation. Applicants should send their resume and personal references to Mr. George M. Nenonen, Personnel Director, University Libraries, Northern Illinois University, DeKalb, IL 60115, before March I, 1976. An equal opportunity/affirmative action employer.

ASSISTANT DEAN FOR TECHNICAL SERVICES.University of New Mexico. ESSENTIALS are: 6 years of administrative experience in a university or research library; direct supervisory experience in cataloging, acquisitions or serials; experience in automated systems (preferably in the uses of OCLC); demonstrated organizational abilities with strong leadership qualities; MLS with a second master's or doctor's degree; active participation in state, regional and national library associations. HIGHLY DESIRABLE: good publication record; managerial experience in a large technical service division; teaching experience. The present technical staff includes 13 full time professionals, 4 para-professionals and a total library budget of $2.7 million. REMUNERATIONS: Minimum salary $20,000. Full faculty status including tenure and sabbaticals, with faculty rank to be negotiated wřth the Dean of Library Services. Position is available immediately. Send resumes and three references by March I, 1976 to chairman, Search Committee for Assistant Dean of Technical Services. G. Martin Ruoss, Zimmerman Library, University of New Mexico, Albuquerque, New Mexico 87131. Phone 505-277-5961. The University is an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer, actively seeking minority candidates.

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