Instruction & Assessment Librarian

Wheaton College is hiring an Instruction & Assessment Librarian. Reporting to the Director of Research & Instruction, the Instruction & Assessment Librarian facilitates the use of information in research, teaching, and learning through collaborative relationships with faculty and peers. 
Wheaton College
Norton, MA
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The R&I department is working to transition its approach to instruction to create more equitable, student-centered, and integrated learning experiences for students. This librarian will spearhead a collaborative effort to define learning experiences and assessments for information literacy throughout the major curriculums, as well as other library services. The librarian may teach in a variety of modalities: one-shots, embedded, video recordings, asynchronous learning modules, student consultations, etc. This position will play a central role in several projects focused on representation and equity in collections and teaching. The position also acts as a point of contact for faculty and collection development in the Social Sciences Division of the college.
Minimum Qualifications:
  • MLS from an ALA-accredited institution
  • 3-5 years experience teaching in an academic setting
  • Broad knowledge of approaches to teaching in academic libraries, experimentation with a variety of pedagogies
  • Understanding of basic instructional design and assessment principles
  • Demonstrated commitment to incorporating inclusive pedagogies
  • Demonstrated ability to learn new technologies independently
  • Familiarity with research design, data collection and analysis methods
  • Experience providing reference interviews and consultations
  • Strong project management skills
  • Ability to effectively communicate and manage change among faculty
Preferred Qualifications:
  • Bachelor’s in a social science field
  • Experience with LibGuides, Articulate, Zoom, Wordpress a plus
Compensation and Benefits
To attract and retain the most talented individuals, Wheaton College maintains a flexible and competitive staff compensation and benefits program. When determining and establishing hiring rates or recruitment ranges for a position, the College considers a number of factors including the budget for the position, the range of the grade, the external market for the position or similar positions, level and scope of responsibilities, required education, skills and relevant experience as well as internal equity. All salary offers must have the prior approval of the Office of Human Resources. The salary for this position will be commensurate with the qualifications, education and experience.