Weekly Roundup – March 28, 2014

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Graduate Assistant – LSU Libraries – Baton Rouge, LA

LSU Libraries
Graduate Assistant
Research & Instruction Department

The Middleton Library Research & Instruction Services Department is currently looking to hire a new Graduate Assistant to begin in the Spring Intersession 2014. The Graduate Assistant program functions both to offer on-the-job training for future librarians and to provide the LSU Libraries with capable assistance in many of their endeavors and projects. Graduate assistants are a useful and important part of the staff of the LSU Libraries.

Note: Students must be enrolled in the LSU School of Library and Information Science full time (including summer) to be eligible for this position. Preference will be given to those applicants who graduate in 2015 as well as those with previous library experience.

Summary of duties: The Assistant will work an average of ten hours weekly on the Research Desk in Middleton Library, will participate in virtual reference service, and will work on projects related to the Research & Instruction Department. Hours of work may be scheduled Monday through Sunday and will likely include evenings and weekends.

Salary: $12,000 for twelve month appointment. This averages out to 83 1/3 hours of work per month, or 21 hours per week. This is subject to deductions for federal and state taxes. Graduate assistants are considered residents, for fee purposes only, and only for the period of their appointment. Full-time (20 hours per week) assistantship appointments will receive a full tuition exemption. You will still be responsible for fees.

Application Deadline: To apply, complete the application on the Libraries Employment page under Graduate Assistant Employment: http://www.lib.lsu.edu/admin/gradasst/gradapplication.pdf, by April 10, 2014. For more information, contact:

Dawn Zaske, Coordinator
Personnel Services
295 Middleton Library
Louisiana State University
Baton Rouge, LA 70803
Phone: (225) 578-2217; Fax: (225) 578-6825

Reference Coordinator – University of Virginia – Charlottesville, VA

Posting Number: 0613866
Position Type: University Operational and Administrative Staff
Employment Posting Category: University Staff
Type of Application:
(required to apply for this posting) Staff Application
Organization (Position Organization): 31085 LB-User Svcs-General
Department: University of Virginia Library
Location: Charlottesville
Working Title: Reference Coordinator
Anticipated Hiring Range: $33,000 – $43,000
Is this position funded in whole or in part by the American Recovery & Reinvestment Act (Stimulus Package)? No
End Date of Position:
Posting Date: 03-21-2014

Posting Summary:
The University of Virginia Library seeks a Reference Coordinator for the Albert and Shirley Small Special Collections Library.The Reference Coordinator is one of two positions primarily responsible for manning the Public Services desk in Special Collections and providing excellent service. The Reference Coordinator provides access to collections by showing patrons how to use bibliographic tools and by knowing the circulation system and the locations of collections. The Reference Coordinator provides security for the collections and teaches readers proper handling of the collections.

Responsibilities include a variety of routine and well-defined technical library services. Duties include: reference work, library circulation services, bibliographic searches, scanning library materials, maintaining electronic resources and services; may supervise student workers; assisting library patrons with research and access to the Collection; explaining library policies and procedures.

University Leadership Characteristics: For Thomas Jefferson, learning was an integral part of life. The “academical village” was created around the assumption that learning is a lifelong and shared process, and that interaction between scholars and students enlivens the pursuit of knowledge.

University Human Resources strives to identify applicants who will contribute as high potential employees, leaders and managers. We employ individuals who foster and promote the University mission and purpose. Successful candidates exemplify uncommon integrity; they are honest, trusted, team-oriented and live the core values of the University. These candidates display great judgment, by practicing evidence-based decision-making. They are strategically focused by contributing to and achieving department goals and vision. They set high performance standards and hold themselves accountable by aggressively executing these standards. These employees also develop a deep passion for the University and the impact it has on students, faculty, alumni and community. Successful candidates identify their personal career goals and development opportunities, and as supervisors, help their staff do the same. They contribute to team success by leading talent, through their individual efforts and by leading and developing their teams.
Closing Date: Open Until Filled
Required Applicant Documents: CV / Resume
Cover Letter
Contact information for 3 References – name, email, phone
E-mail a Friend: jobs.virginia.edu/applicants/Central?quickFind=72843

Faculty, Professional Research Staff and University Staff – Executive
Academic Year for Position? (e.g. 2015)
Employment Conditions for Faculty The University of Virginia may require criminal history background check as a condition of employment.

Univ.Staff – Operational & Administrative (O&A), Managerial & Professional (M&P)
Area of Interest: No Response
FLSA Exemption Status:
Click here for a definition. Non Exempt
Posting for UVA Employees Only: No
Shift: Day
Number of Work Hours Per Week:
(format: xx.xxxx) 40
Number of Months/Year: 12
EO/AA Statement: The University of Virginia is an equal opportunity and affirmative action employer. Women, minorities, veterans, and persons with disabilities are encouraged to apply.
Optional Applicant Documents:

Univ.Staff – O&A or M&P – QUALIFICATIONS
Required Education

What is the minimum level of formal education required to successfully perform the duties and responsibilities of the position? Choose one.
Degree Requirements Analysis *Degree or Equivalent Experience Required
If degree or equivalent experience required, please specify:
(Entries to the right will appear in the posting for this position.)
Degree Requirements Analysis Humanities, or related field; equivalent experience in library reference
Preferred Education

What level of education is preferred to successfully perform the duties and responsibilities of the position? Choose one. *Degree Preferred
If degree or equivalent experience preferred, please specify:
(Entries to the right will appear in the posting for this position.)

Required Experience

What is the minimum level of relevant experience required to successfully perform the duties and responsibilities of the position? Choose one. Some – up to 4 years
If any experience is required, please specify kind of experience: Library reference work either online or in person; Customer service; experience working with rare materials or manuscripts

Preferred Experience
What is the minimum level of relevant experience preferred to successfully perform the duties and responsibilities of the position? Choose one. No Response
If any experience is preferred, please specify kind of experience: Humanities, or related field

Required Knowledge, Skills and Abilities: Knowledge of Library reference services; Knowledge of best practices with regard to rare books and manuscripts; Knowledge of circulation policies for library materials; Ability to coordinate multiple work schedules
Preferred Knowledge, Skills and Abilities: Customer service; ability to multi-task, attention to detail; ability to coordinate multiple schedules; decision-making; ability to work with a variety of staff cover the Reading Room desk; knowledge of rare materials.

Required Computer Applications: Microsoft Office, including but not limited to: Excel, Word and Outlook
Preferred Computer Applications:

Employment Conditions: Criminal History
Sexual Offender Registry
Drug Testing Required?:
(Typically positions involved in patient contact, mass transportation or law enforcement are included) No
Is this position eligible for Telecommuting?: No
Is this position eligible for an Alternate Work Schedule?: Yes

Diversity Fellowship Program – OCLC – Dublin, OH

COMPANY NAME: OCLC Dublin, Ohio (Headquarters)
POSITION TITLE : Diversity Fellowship Program (Research)
LOCATION: Dublin, Ohio, United States, 43016

OCLC Online Computer Library Center, Inc. is a nonprofit, membership, computer library service and research organization dedicated to the public purposes of furthering access to the world’s information and reducing information costs. Tens of thousands of libraries around the world use OCLC services to locate, acquire, catalog, lend and preserve library materials. We are currently seeking candidates for a Diversity Fellowship Program (Research) position at our Dublin, Ohio office.

A research fellow has the opportunity to work on OCLC Research projects associated with the Advancing the Research Mission and User Behavior and Synthesis Activities.

The User Behavior and Synthesis Activity area includes several projects.
Visitors and Residents project http://www.oclc.org/research/activities/vandr/: This is a collaborative project that is funded by JISC and Oxford Universities in the UK and OCLC. The study utilizes the visitors and residents principle described in the University of Oxford’s Technology Assisted Lifelong Learning (TALL) blog, which hypothesizes that neither age nor gender determines whether one is a visitor (one who logs on to the virtual environment, performs a specific task or acquires specific information, and then logs off) or a resident (one who hasan ongoing, developing presence online). This work will increase understanding of how learners engage with the Web and how educational services and systems can attract and sustain a possible new group of lifelong learners. The trans-Atlantic partnership will support comparison of students’ digital learning strategies in different cultural contexts. The project will be in its final phase, which will require quantitative and qualitative data analysis and dissemination of research findings. The results can influence the development of OCLC and member organizations’ systems and services.

Cyber Synergy project (http://www.oclc.org/research/activities/synergy/default.htm): This is a collaborative project that is funded by the Institute of Museum and Library Services (IMLS) and Rutgers University to investigate the possibility of seamless collaboration between knowledge institutions such as libraries and the Social Q&A (SQA) community. This project will require quantitative and qualitative data analysis, dissemination of research findings, and development of models for virtual reference and SQA services to initiate new collaborative library services. The project will be finalized in fall 2014 so there will be many opportunities for analysis reporting, and dissemination, including publications.

European Union grant proposal: Develop a grant proposal using the Visitors & Residents framework to study the use of mobile technologies in European countries and to develop anticipatory library applications. We will partner with approximately 5 European countries in this proposal. If funded, this project will require quantitative and qualitative data analysis, dissemination of research findings, and development of models to initiate new library mobile applications based on the location of the user.
The Advancing the Research Mission Activity area includes several projects.
Data sharing and reuse: Projects in this area examine scholars sharing and reuse of digital data and collections. Current projects are examining data reuse in three academic communities to identify how contextual information about the data that supports reuse can best be created and preserved. Projects in this area involve quantitative and qualitative research methods (e.g. surveys, interviewing, server logs, etc.) and the dissemination of research findings.

Librarian and Data Management: Projects related to this area examine the academic librarians’ role in data management. Of particular interest are librarian attitudes, involvement, and activities related to helping university researchers manage their data. Projects in this area employ quantitative and qualitative research methods and the dissemination of research findings. A major objective for projects in this area is to inform the development of effective social and technical infrastructures (e.g. education, training, systems, services, etc.) that can support librarians in their efforts.

The following skills are required to accomplish the projects/tasks across the two projects.
A Master’s or Ph.D. in Library and Information Science or related discipline (Information Systems, Human-Computer Interaction, Archives, Records Management) is required, though candidates with advanced degrees in social science disciplines (Anthropology, Sociology, and Psychology) are also encouraged to apply.
Strong communication and analytical skills
Ability to work independently and meet deadline
Experienced in Microsoft office program
Familiarity with database design principles
The following skills are preferred:
Undergraduate or graduate research experience
Ability to quickly learn new software applications
Salary and Benefits
Salary will be competitive and commensurate with experience and applicable market compensation
The Fellow will be eligible for health & welfare benefits such as is provided to other similarly situated term-limited employees
Relocation Assistance will be offered in the form of a lump sum distributed in two installments (50% at signing of offer and 50% after 90 days of start date). The amount of the lump sum will be determined by the distance required for relocation during the term of the fellowship

OCLC Candidate Profile
Create your candidate profile at the OCLC Career Center Internet site. Once you select to apply for the OCLC Diversity Fellowship opening, you will be asked the following questions:
Are you legally authorized to work in the United States?
Will you now or in the future require sponsorship for employment visa status (e.g., H-1B, F-1 visa status)?
List your library-related educational experience. Please include: name of degree and major; educational institution city/state/country; year degree awarded.
List any additional educational experience. Please include: name of degree and major; educational institution city/state/country; year degree awarded.
List the names of two persons (unrelated to you) who will be submitting letters of recommendation for you. Please include the e-mail address and phone number of the two recommenders.
List your involvement with professional/student organizations (provide detailed listings of your activities and involvement with library and information science-related organizations); publications (citations for up to five key publications); and honors and awards.
List any employment experience, most recent position first. Please include: position title; institution; institution mailing address; dates of employment; and key responsibilities.

Provide an original essay (to be submitted as part of your resume file) of no more than 1,000 words describing why you want to participate in the OCLC Diversity Fellowship Program, and how the experience will contribute to your short-term and long-term career plans. The essay should also demonstrate insight into the problems and opportunities surrounding diversity and inclusion in the library workforce.

Letters of Recommendation
Two persons (unrelated to you) will need to submit letters of recommendation on your behalf directly to: diversityfellow@oclc.org. Letters of recommendation MUST be sent separately via e-mail from the recommender’s e-mail account (applicants cannot submit the letters). Recommenders should state how long they have known you and in what capacity, discuss evidence of your commitment to professional development and service, and give an assessment of your promise as a developing professional.

Application Procedures
Application is initiated by applying to the specific fellowship requisition at the OCLC Career Center Internet site, www.oclc.jobs, where you will need to create an OCLC candidate profile. The OCLC Diversity Fellowship (Research) Job ID number is 2407. Note: If you have created an OCLC candidate profile in the past, please do not create a duplicate profile.

If you are applying for multiple OCLC positions, you only need to create one OCLC candidate profile, but you must apply towards each particular position via your candidate profile.

When creating your profile, you will arrive at a section to ‘upload your resume’. Please use that section to upload your original resume and essay in one file (both your resume and essay should be in one document before submitting the file online). If you experience problems uploading your resume and essay document, please submit the resume and essay via email directly to: diversityfellow@oclc.org.

The application initiation and all required submissions (original essay and two letters of recommendation) MUST be completed and received by Friday, March 21, 2014 at 5:00pm ET.

Timeline and Key Dates
Application Deadline: March 21, 2014
Anticipated Start Date: June 23, 2014

OCLC Online Computer Library Center, Inc. is an equal opportunity employer. OCLC maintains an ongoing commitment to equal opportunity and seeks to sustain a diverse workplace.

Apply Here: http://www.Click2Apply.net/prbm77k

Digital Preservation Technical Specialist – National Library of New Zealand – Wellington, New Zealand

Job Title: Digital Preservation Technical Specialist
Branch: National Library of New Zealand
Business Group: Information, Knowledge and Systems (IKS)
Reporting to: Manager Digital Preservation
Location: Wellington
Duration: Permanent
Salary Range: $81,862-$110,755

Digital preservation is the ongoing suite of management and maintenance processes that ensure digital objects remain authentic, accessible, re-usable and understandable in the future, with minimal loss over time.

The Digital Preservation Technical Specialist provides high level technical services and specialist advice related to digital preservation. The role works very closely with Technology Services and Solutions (TSS) in ensuring the integrity of the overall digital preservation environment and with the Government Digital Archive Programme (GDAP) at Archives New Zealand.

The position supports the resolution and recording of technical issues relating to all aspects of the NDHA programme of ingest and preservation as well as undertaking the operational maintenance of digital objects in the system in conjunction with TSS and vendors.

Key Tasks
Management of Digital Preservation system processes and settings
ß Provide redundancy in all aspects of configuration, business support and system fault identification and resolution for the digital preservation programme systems.
ß Provide in-depth technical analysis for resolution of issues with digital preservation systems (applications, hardware and software).
ß Contribute to the implementation of Rosetta version releases with especial responsibility for application system fault resolution and enhancements.
ß Work with all relevant parties on preparation of requirements and implementation of enhancements to deposit mechanisms, applications and work processes.
ß Work with content owners / producers and National Library staff to create deposit procedures appropriate to the content including the migration framework programme of ingest into Rosetta.
ß Perform validation checks during ingest processes, aadminister technical tools at an application level (eg virus and fixity checking, format identification and extraction of technical metadata)
ß Develop appropriate documentation and work plans.
ß Work with Digital Preservation Analysts to analyse risks arising from changed requirements, e.g. new formats.
ß Support identification of hardware and software requirements for digital preservation activities in collaboration with digital preservation analysts and Technology Services and Solutions.
ß Liaise with Archives New Zealand staff on supporting the long-term preservation of the public record.
Liaise with TSS on AOG programmes such as Infrastructure as a Service to ensure integrity of digital collections over time.
ß Liaise with 3rd parties in developing solutions for Digital Preservation as a Service.

Problem resolution
ß Manage, prioritise and resolve complex technical issues relating to all aspects of the preservation repository including applications and related infrastructure in conjunction with TSS and vendors where appropriate.
ß Prioritise issues and provide effective solutions within agreed service levels, following best practice and adhering to international standards.
ß Use agreed Change Management procedures to document, gain approval for, schedule and track changes in order to minimise risk and impact.
ß Update internal and external clients and colleagues on the status of all issues on a timely basis.

Continuous Improvement
ß Ensure that a process of continuous review and improvement is inherent throughout all elements of digital preservation, in particular technical analysis and digital preservation practice.
ß Draw on knowledge of best practice, advances in technology, and relevant research to develop an informed view of technical trends, opportunities and challenges in digital preservation.

Liaison and Collaboration
ß Work with other digital preservation staff and related roles in the Library and Archives New Zealand to identify and resolve technical challenges in the digital preservation domain and to ensure the organisation is maximising use of the systems and tools available.
ß Advise on standards for technical management of the digital preservation programme.
ß Liaise with TSS staff, vendors and suppliers (for example on virus software, software support and licences, SOLR implementation, topology).
ß Contribute to a collaborative environment (including national and international fora/projects) which enables effective engagement in shared investigations, pilots, trials and research projects in digital preservation.
ß Further the understanding of the digital collections, and the ethical, legal and cultural considerations related to digital preservation.
ß Collaborate with and participate in national and global digital preservation forums on technical matters, including other Rosetta users (eg system capabilities, performance, indexing etc).
ß Further the organisation’s understanding of the digital collections and their technical considerations.
ß Proactively share knowledge, experience and ideas.
ß Model behaviours that encourage collaboration and learning for the purpose of increasing awareness and practice of digital preservation and maximising effectiveness.

Health & Safety (for self)
• Takes personal responsibility for keeping self free from harm
• Follows safe working procedures
• Reports incidents promptly
• Reports hazards promptly and suggests appropriate remedies
• Knows what to do in the event of an emergency
• Co-operates in implementing rehabilitation plans

Key Relationships and Nature of Interaction
• Managers, staff and specialists involved in digital preservation
• Managers and staff involved in digital ingest and deposit, content management and description, access restriction, access provision
• GDAP staff
• Technology Services and Solutions staff
• System and software vendors (Ex Libris, Oracle)
• External technical advisors
• Publishers, donors, depositors

Staff Management
Number of direct reports: None
Total number of staff reporting:None

Human Resource Delegations: None
Financial Delegations :None
Security Level X

Person Specification

• Relevant experience in digital preservation (especially in an archive or library) is desirable.
• Experience with tools and processes for maintaining and administering a digital preservation system or digital asset management system or data repository.
• Understanding of the OAIS reference model, file formats, format registries (eg DROID, JHOVE) and related tools would be an advantage.
• Understanding of the strategies for encoding, storing, and managing preservation metadata in digital preservation systems (eg PREMIS) would be an advantage.
• An understanding of the ways in which data is structured for transmission, deposited into a data repository and exported.
• Demonstrated experience with creation, management and rendering of digital objects across multiple formats, eg text, image, sound, software, multimedia, database, geographical information system video.
• Understanding of XML and XML schemas.
• Experience with issues of performance and scalability.
• Some experience in project planning and project management would be an advantage.

Technology Services and Solutions is the primary technology support for the National Library’s digital preservation service. This is a key relationship for this role and also for engaging with the international digital preservation community. Consequently a working knowledge of the following would be advantageous:
• database structures and the ability to use report writing tools to create ad hoc reports
• Java programming including knowledge of servlet and web services
• Java process monitoring / debugging in Unix environment
• Unix systems and shell scripting
• JBoss, Tomcat, Apache and SQL
• network components (firewalls, load balancers etc), network zones
• storage technologies
• Oracle database management
• MS Windows and Apple Mac OS X.

• Demonstrated ability to research and resolve problems using a variety of resources and tools particularly in relation to technical issues regarding digital preservation
• Ability to communicate complex technical ideas in simple language
• Ability to work across multiple teams and disciplines.
• Excellent electronic, written and oral communication skills
Education and Professional Memberships
• Tertiary qualification in information technology / computer science / information science or equivalent including at least 3 years relevant work experience.

The Competencies** required for this role consist of both core Departmental and job specific competencies. The core competencies are shown below in italics. Each competency falls within a competency cluster, which are broad themes of skills, behaviours and abilities.

Competency Cluster: Competency
Integrity: Integrity and Trust; Ethics and Values
Intelligence: Learning on the Fly
Emotional Maturity: Self Knowledge; Composure
Managing Complexity: Problem solving
Talent to Execute: Drive for Results; Time Management; Written Communications
Positive Energy: Perseverance
Managing Diverse Relationships: Interpersonal Savvy

Applications close: 5pm, Friday 11 April 2014
For more information please contact: Steve Knight (Programme Director Preservation Research) on Steve.Knight@dia.govt.nz

University Archivist – Zayed University – Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates

The Opportunity
The Library and Learning Commons Department seeks University Archivist who is responsible for overall management of the University’s young archive collections. The successful candidate will lead the collection development efforts to acquire the most significant materials of permanent historical value for documenting the history and functions of Zayed University. The Archivist will also be responsible for shaping the management, digital access and preservation of the materials collected. The Archivist will apply professional standards to the processing, arrangement and preservation of records; oversee creation of finding aids and creation of MARC catalog records for OCLC; and create records in MARC and ISAD(G) format for in-house and web databases.

The Responsibilities
Policy Advisor/Administrator

• Recommend, implement and maintain the collection policy for university records having archival value.
• Recommend best practices regarding the development of both print and digital access to the records.
• Oversee implementation of policy and levels of practice in university office.
• Supervise a technician and student assistants.
• Through the Dean, recommend policies regarding archival records to the university administration for approval.
• Serve on department, college and University committees as needed to assist in development of matters benefiting the University.

Records Management and Training
• Identify and transfer archival records from university offices.
• Organize, process and preserve archival records.
• Provide archival records management and preservation training to university offices and departments.
• Contribute to planning of the future direction of the program.
• Act as a leader, teacher, advisor, and facilitator for the Archives.

The Requirements
• MLS from an accredited library school or its recognized equivalent; or a graduate degree in history or other relevant discipline which includes archival training.
• At least three years’ experience with demonstrated success as an archivist, curator of manuscripts, or special collections librarian, preferably in an academic or research library.
• Familiarity with archival descriptive structure standards such as Dublin Core, MARC, EAD and ISAD(G)
• Knowledge of rights administration and management issues for archival collections
• Knowledge of descriptive content standards and best practices
• Familiarity with Archivist Toolkit or other archival management software
• Experience in creating and maintaining archival finding aids online, including EAD encoding, working knowledge of XML, and familiarity with DACS, and LC cataloguing standards.
• Broad knowledge of current technological applications for archival management and access.
• Experience processing and cataloguing archival records.
• Familiarity with preservation and conservation standards for archival and manuscript collections.
• Experience creating and maintaining documentation of policy and procedures.
• Evidence of effective project planning and management.
• Demonstrated history of flexibility, creativity and a strong customer service commitment
• Willingness to travel between Abu Dhabi and Dubai.
• Must show promise of advancing the mission of the University through scholarly or creative achievements.
• Experience developing and deploying an online project from beginning to completion.
• Demonstrated working knowledge of digital image file formats and software.
• Knowledge of issues related to long term preservation of digital content.
• Experience supervising staff and student assistants.
• Knowledge of copyright issues in the digital realm.
• Experience working with a consortium to develop a shared repository
• Understanding of the Arabic language
• Experience working in a multi-cultural environment

The Benefits
The University’s benefits package is highly attractive; it includes a competitive, income tax-free salary in the United Arab Emirates, housing allowance, and annual vacation ticket.

To Apply
In addition to completing the basics of the online application form, kindly attach a cover letter detailing your experience as it relates to the position, a current CV, and the names and contact details of three professional references.

While we appreciate all applications, you will be contacted only if you are selected for an interview.

Manager of Acquisitions and Collections – Wenzhou-Kean University Library – Wenzhou, Zhejiang Province, China


The Manager of Acquisitions and Collections provides supervision, leadership and coordination of collection management activities in the following areas: acquisitions, bibliographic control, collection analysis and assessment; collections budget development; and management for print and electronic collections for the Wenzhou-Kean University (WKU) Library. Reporting to the Library Director and as part of the Library management team, this position strongly influences the effectiveness of the University Library in delivering necessary educational and study content to students and faculty. This position is located in Wenzhou, China and requires a flexible schedule which may include evening and weekend hours.

The Wenzhou-Kean University Library will be a multi-story campus centerpiece and will provide state-of-the-art digital and print resource access for an English-language curriculum for up to 10,000 students. Responsibility for immediate collection building and management for current students and faculty in a temporary setting is required. As a campus center, the future Library will also include a café, gallery space and academic conference plenary and breakout facilities. The Library will be one of the largest English Language academic collections in Zhejiang Province in the areas of business, finance, architecture, design and other academic majors. For more information on Wenzhou-Kean University, please visit: http://www.wku.edu.cn.

Qualifications: M.L.S. from an accredited English language Library Science program and a minimum of two years of professional library experience and professional accomplishments in an academic setting required. This experience must include managing library collection services with an emphasis on print and electronic resources management, including acquisitions, collection development and management and vendor relations. Candidate must have excellent oral and written communication skills, including public presentations and library conference papers. Preferred qualifications include at least two years of demonstrated supervisory experience; experience with electronic resource management systems; and an advanced business or social science degree and/or relevant experience in business disciplines.

Application: Please send cover letter, resume and contact information for three professional references by email to: Mr. Charles Greenberg, Library Director, Wenzhou-Kean University at greenbc1@kean.edu. Candidacy review begins immediately and continues until appointment is made. Official transcripts for all degrees and three current letters of recommendation are required before appointment. A comprehensive benefits package including travel, housing and relocation allowances is available.

Kean University is an EOE/AA Institution