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CODE4LIB  January 2012

CODE4LIB January 2012

Subject:

position announcement - Diné College

From:

Eric Lease Morgan <[log in to unmask]>

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Code for Libraries <[log in to unmask]>

Date:

Mon, 9 Jan 2012 13:51:37 -0500

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[This position announcement is posted in the behalf of Diné College --ELM]


Job Vacancy Announcement
Diné College-Department of Human Resources
PO Box 98
Tsaile, AZ 86556
928-724-6952/6603
 
Position Title SYSTEMS LIBRARIAN     
Vacancy Number: 001.TS12.AD
Location: College Library, Tsaile, AZ
Salary Classification: Grade 11-$33,023.00-$41,278.00
Internal: Open: January 5, 2012  Closing: Open Until Filled
External: Open: January 5, 2012  Closing: Open Until Filled
 
Diné College seeks an entry‑level professional librarian for the position of Systems Librarian.  The person in this position will administer the integrated library system (Voyager), manage the library’s growing collection of electronic resources, maintain the library’s website, and manage all the hardware and software in the library. 
 
Major Duties and Responsibilities:

    * Administers the integrated library system (Voyager).  Works
      collaboratively with the vendor in installing, upgrading,
      troubleshooting, and training.  Runs reports as requested.
  
    * Manages the library’s growing collection of electronic
      resources.  Leads the library in exploring, evaluating, and
      adopting technologies that enhance its resources and services,
      and provides training for such technologies as needed.  Will
      maintain, promote, develop access to, and monitor usage of
      electronic resources. Negotiates license agreements. Manages
      the library’s growing collection of electronic resources. 
      Leads the library in exploring, evaluating, and adopting
      technologies that enhance its resources and services, and
      provides training for such technologies as needed.  Will
      maintain, promote, develop access to, and monitor usage of
      electronic resources. Negotiates license agreements.
  
    * Maintains the library’s website with a focus toward student
      learning.
  
    * Manages and supports all of the hardware and software in the
      library, in collaboration with the IT department.
  
    * Serves patrons at the Circulation/Information desk. May
      include some evening and/or weekend hours.
  
    * Participates in special projects or initiatives in distance
      education, digital projects, and/or scholarly communications.
 
 
Minimum Qualifications:

Education:

  * Master’s degree in Library Science from a program accredited
    by the American Library Association. Experience:

  * Entry level position. 0 to 6 months experience. Familiarity
    with integrated library systems, electronic resources, web
    design, and the hardware and software used in library
    applications. Other Skills:

  * Ability to work effectively both in a team and
    independently

  * Demonstrated working knowledge of technology (both hardware
    and software), integrated library systems, and web design
    principles.

  * Ability to work pleasantly and cooperatively with faculty,
    staff, and students.

 
Operation of Equipment and/or Machinery: 

  * Personal computer and peripheral; eligibility for the Navajo
    Nation driving permit; state driver’s license to operate a
    motor vehicle.
 
 
Expectations: 

  * Must be student‑centered and service‑oriented.

  * Creates and maintains a stable and efficient technology
    environment for all library operations.

  * Will be able to communicate about and advise on emerging
    technologies and information service trends.

  * Will endeavor to design, deliver, and assess technological
    services with a focus on student learning.


Language:

Must be able to demonstrate a high degree of fluency in the speaking and writing of the English language.  Oral fluency in Navajo is highly desirable, but not mandatory.
 
 
Conditions:

Pre‑employment policies as indicated in the Diné College Personnel Policies and Procedures Manual 300.01. Section F, for background verification, and 400.04, Section H.1., for substance abuse prevention.  400.02, Section A.1., sixty (60) workdays probationary period for nonsupervisory employees, and 400.02, Section A.2., probationary period 120 workdays for supervisors.
How to apply:   Please find all the information / documents needed to apply are on the website:  [log in to unmask] ~or~ http://www.dinecollege.edu
We do not accept FAX copies & incomplete packets.
 
 
Diné College gives preference to eligible and qualified applicants in accordance with the Navajo Preference in Employment Act (NPEA) and the Veterans' Preference.



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