The University of the Pacific seeks an Electronic Resources/Sciences &
Technology Librarian with energy, initiative, and vision to provide effective
leadership and direction in the provision of library resources and services.
The Electronic Resources/Sciences & Technology Librarian takes a leadership
role in the development of relationships between the University Library and
faculty in Engineering, Computer Sciences, and other natural and physical
sciences departments. This librarian develops productive partnerships with
faculty for the development of programs and services.
Responsibilities: Develops and delivers a range of innovative library services
and content supporting the curricular and research needs of students and
faculty in the sciences, including engineering, computer science, physics,
mathematics, and other natural and physical sciences departments. Coordinates
and manages the process of selecting, acquiring, licensing, and evaluating all
electronic resources, including establishing and maintaining budget guidelines
for electronic resources and for testing, evaluating, and recommending
electronic resources. Manages electronic resources statistical reports and
provides assessment reports for electronic resources. Provides reference
assistance, instruction, and outreach services and selects print and
electronic resources in relevant subject areas. Required: ALA-accredited
master's degree in library or information science. Academic degree in
engineering, computer science natural sciences, or physical sciences, or
demonstrated equivalent gained through experience in an academic sciences or
engineering library. Successful experience managing electronic resources,
delivering education, information, and research services in an academic or
Benefits include 24 days' vacation, 15 holidays/seasonal days; excellent
support for professional development; TIAA-CREF retirement; tuition remission;
health, dental, vision.
The University of the Pacific, an independent coeducational institution with
6400 students and 440 FT faculty, with campuses in Stockton, San Francisco,
and Sacramento. The University of the Pacific's Stockton campus has been
recently ranked as the fifth most beautiful campus in the nation.
Apply online by submitting application materials including letter of
application, resume, and the name, address, and contact information of 4
current references, including current supervisor, online to Sally DeLorenzo,
Administrative Assistant, University Library, University of the Pacific,
[log in to unmask] Priority will be given to applications received by
12/1/12. Applications will be considered until the position is filled.
Pacific is an equal opportunity employer and is committed to broadening the
diversity of its workforce. All applications and resumes are welcome. For full
job announcements and listing of requirements, see http://www.pacific.edu
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