||Associate Academic Librarian
||Associate Academic Librarian
||Non-Instructional Academic Staff
||$45,000 - $47,614 (based on a 1.0 FTE)
|Terms of Employment:
||Annual, Fixed Term Renewable
||Coordinates the operations of the UWO Fond du Lac library and supervises permanent employees but dedicates the majority of time to providing essential library services. Oversees the day-to-day operational services at the UWO Fond du Lac Library. Serves as a liaison to academic disciplines and/or other campus units providing information on collections, instructional and research support, and library services. Improves processes, procedures, or services. Provides reference and instruction in a broad range of subject areas. Develops and curates collections. Develops promotional programs for the library. This position’s working hours varies with the academic calendar. This is an 80% time position, working 90% during the academic year and 50% during the summer. Typical work hours during the academic year are: Monday - Thursday 9:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m., and Friday 8:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m. Typical work hours during the summer are 9:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m. Monday - Thursday. The UWO Fond du Lac library has a staff of one professional librarian, one library services assistant and student workers. The book collection consists of 23,645 items.
Reference, Instruction and Outreach Services - 40%
- Designs, develops, and delivers instruction in a variety of formats to faculty, staff, students, and other patrons to meet curricular needs.
- Participate in reference and information literacy assessment.
- Assist library users, both in-person and online, with individual, in-depth research needs.
- Assist library users with technology issues.
- Participate in the UW Oshkosh Libraries chat reference.
- Develop programs and promotional materials to engage students.
- Collaborate with the other UW Oshkosh Libraries to promote library initiatives.
Collection Management - 40%
- Manage interlibrary loan and resource sharing.
- Provide a full range of circulation services.
- Participate in collection management including selection, evaluation, weeding, and final disposition of print resources. Collaborate with Polk Library staff as needed.
- Promote new library resources to students, faculty, and campus staff including notification of arrival of recommended materials.
- Manage donated materials.
- Oversee inventory process and valuation per the institutional schedule.
- Collect data on library use, participation, and collections.
- Maintain a pleasant and user-friendly library physical space.
Supervision and Mentoring 10%
- Supervises day-to-day activities and/or manages the workflow of direct reports. Hires, trains, coaches, and evaluates employees to manage and improve performance.
- Determines appropriate staffing levels and schedules employees to maintain quality service.
- Sets quality standards and competencies and trains employees on changes. Assesses and adjusts as needed.
- Provides back up to the library services assistant in supervising accommodations testing.
- Train, supervise, evaluate, and schedule library student workers.
Engage in Professional Development and Community Service 10%
- Participate in community, campus, and/or institutional service.
- Advances librarianship at the campus, local, and state level through committee participation.
- Seek out opportunities to align the library with campus student recruitment and retention initiatives.
||• ALA-accredited master’s degree in library and/or information science;
• Familiarity with library services, especially in an academic library context;
• Strong ability to work collaboratively with others as a part of a team;
• Strong ability to take initiative and self-prioritize projects and work;
• Excellent interpersonal, oral and written communication skills;
• Flexibility and enthusiasm.
||• Experience with an integrated library services platform;
• Experience providing reference assistance and instruction;
• Experience with circulation and/or interlibrary loan;
• Strong customer service orientation;
• Experience with online library resources;
• Experience with collection development;
• Broad vision of a modern academic library’s role;
• Hold and maintain a valid driver’s license and be authorized via Risk Management to drive a University vehicle upon appointment.
Applicants must submit the following documents using the online application:
Cover letter addressing all of the required and preferred qualifications, resume, and three Professional References.
For questions regarding your application and additional options to apply, contact Human Resources at firstname.lastname@example.org or 920-424-1166.
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