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Electronic Resources Librarian, Assistant Professor
Title:Electronic Resources Librarian, Assistant Professor

Position Summary:

Reporting to the Library Director, the Electronic Resources Librarian is responsible for managing all aspects of the electronic-resources life cycle (researching, acquiring, establishing access, administering, supporting, and evaluating). This position maintains a knowledge of current software, issues, tools, and trends, and provides leadership regarding technology and electronic resources.


Duties will include, but not be limited to:

  • Establish and maintain access to all electronic resources
  • Negotiate resource contracts, trials, and license agreements
  • Provide technology and electronic-resources leadership
  • Evaluate and report on resource usage
  • Collaborate with other library personnel to manage the electronic-resources budget
  • Maintain the Integrated Library System in collaboration with the Technical Services Librarian
  • Maintain a relationship with GALILEO and GPALS consortia
  • Update the library’s homepage
  • Serve as library liaison to assigned departments
  • Provide library instruction to liaison departments
  • Provide research assistance to students and faculty, including evening duty
  • Oversee library technology maintenance, upgrades, and troubleshooting
  • Other duties as assigned


Minimum Qualifications

  • M.L.I.S. degree


Preferred Qualifications

  • Three years work experience in an academic library
  • A knowledge of Sirsi Symphony
  • Basic knowledge of HTML
  • Project management experience


The job profile document is intended to be generic in nature.  It is not intended to specify all duties and responsibilities of any particular position.  Additional job functions and the need to work a flexible work schedule may vary based on specific requirements of the department and the College.

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