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Access Services Librarian University of the South Sewanee, TN

Library & Information Technology Services at the University of the South is recruiting an Access Services Librarian.  The position provides leadership, coordination, and staff and student supervision in the Access Services department. This department is part of the Collections Management team, a collegial and supportive team encompassing the following other departments: Acquisitions, Cataloging, Interlibrary Loan, and Serials. This position reports to the Director of Collections Management.

Open until filled
Head of Academic Engagement Vassar College Poughkeepsie, NY

Vassar College Libraries seeks creative and entrepreneurial candidates for the position of Head of Academic Engagement. The Head of Academic Engagement provides leadership and vision for connecting the Vassar College Libraries' collections, services, and expertise with emerging needs in coursework and research.

Metadata Librarian Skidmore College Saratoga Springs, NY

Skidmore College, a small liberal arts college situated in the foothills of the Adirondacks in upstate New York, seeks a creative, user-oriented Metadata Librarian to provide strategic and innovative leadership for metadata services. The Metadata Librarian will play a critical role in supporting discovery, access, management, and preservation of Scribner Library’s physical, digital, and electronic resources. 

University Archivist Willamette University Salem, Oregon

Willamette University, the oldest university in the West, invites applications for the position of University Archivist. This twelve-month position is embedded in the Mark O. Hatfield Library and reports to the University Librarian.  The incumbent is responsible for the administration and operation of the University Archives which is the repository of institutional record of enduring value, unique special collections (including the Pacific Northwest Artists Archive and the Political Papers), and the University’s records management program.   The University Archivist is responsible for the management of physical and financial resources, planning and implementation of archives programming and policies, and security of the collections.  The Archivist ensures that the collections represent the broadest possible spectrum of viewpoints and human experience in accordance with Willamette’s commitment to equity and inclusion. 

The successful candidate will be a member of the Hatfield Library’s management team and directly supervise the Processing Archivist and Records Manager,  student workers, and grant funded positions. As part of a team of accomplished and dedicated individuals, the University Archivist encourages professional development, service, and collaboration, including participation in Orbis Cascade Alliance consortial initiatives.

The University Archivist will collaborate with the archives and library staff as well as faculty to maximize the Archives’ and the Library’s contributions to teaching and learning at Willamette, including providing reference services, classroom instruction, public programming, and an active student internship program.  Working in concert with the University Librarian and the Advancement Office, the University Archivist maintains strong and active relationships with donors and our community and establishes and communicates the vision for the Archives of the future.   The incumbent will collaborate with the University Librarian and Office of Grants and Strategic Initiatives to maintain an active grant application practice.

Willamette is committed to ensuring an inclusive community where members from a diverse range of backgrounds can thrive.  

Visit or Careers at Willamette for full details or to apply.

Review of applications will begin on October 19th.

Open until filled - For full consideration apply prior to October 19

Clark University invites applications and nominations for the position of University Librarian. We are seeking a forward-thinking leader who will advance a vision for the university‘s library resources to support the teaching, learning, and scholarly activities of the Clark community. The University Librarian reports directly to the Provost, the Chief Academic Officer of the university, Clark is a private, urban, liberal arts and research institution located in central Massachusetts with 3,300 undergraduate and graduate students and 220 full-time faculty.

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