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Job: Social Sciences Teaching and Faculty Outreach Librarian at University of Louisville

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Social Sciences Teaching and Faculty Outreach Librarian

Ekstrom Library, University of Louisville

  
The University of Louisville (UofL) Libraries invites applications from
creative and energetic

entry-level candidates for the full-time, tenure track position of Social
Sciences Teaching and

Faculty Outreach Librarian. This position reports to the Head of the Reference
& Information

Literacy Department, a collegial, service-oriented, and progressive department
of 8 librarians, 3

professional staff, and 11 student assistants. This department coordinates
Ekstrom Library

support for learning, teaching, and research within the Colleges of Arts &
Sciences, Business,

Education, Social Work, and the School of Engineering.

  
The Social Sciences Teaching and Faculty Outreach Librarian will develop and
maintain high

quality outreach to the faculty and students in the Social Sciences, primarily
the departments of

Anthropology, Political Science, Justice Administration, Sociology, and
Psychological and Brain

Sciences by

  
• building productive relationships with faculty and students in the assigned
departments;

• creating and delivering innovative and effective instructional resources
(workshops, class

sessions, course pages, research guides) that enhance learning and research
skills;

• participating in general and specialized research consultation services (in-
person, phone,

email, chat) including some weekend work;

• serving as the Inter-university Consortium for Political and Social Research
(ICPSR)

liaison and supporting the data needs of researchers with expertise in SPSS,
EndNote,

and other similar softwares;

• serving a rotation on the Libraries Assessment and Resource Planning Team.

  
This position will also collaborate with departmental colleagues on
initiatives related to the

Learning Commons (a partnership of library and university services housed in
the library which

support student learning), assist with first-year information literacy
instruction efforts and

citation tools workshops, and participate in library and university-wide
committees.

  
Required Qualifications

  
• Masters degree from an ALA-accredited program or international equivalent in
library or

information science

• Degree or experience in a social sciences discipline

• Demonstrated excellence in written and oral communication

• Proven ability to collaborate effectively with colleagues

• Strong commitment to information literacy and public service

• Proven ability to work successfully with a diverse population of faculty,
staff, students,

and community members

• Potential for satisfying the University Libraries faculty promotion and
tenure

requirements http://louisville.edu/library/jobs/intro/libraries.html

  
Desirable Qualifications

  
• Experience in providing reference service

• Academic library experience

• Graduate degree in a social sciences discipline

• Teaching experience in a classroom setting

• Experience working with data sets and related software

• Demonstrated ability to work with and think creatively about emerging as
well as

established technologies

  
The anticipated initial rank is Instructor; entry rank and salary of the
successful candidate depend

upon experience and professional achievements. The University Libraries offer
a comprehensive

benefits package and annual vacation of 22 working days.
Library faculty appointments are

twelve month, tenure-track positions. Promotion and tenure require
demonstration of scholarship

and successfully satisfying other criteria. The University Libraries, a member
of the Association

of Research Libraries, values its collaborative efforts both within the
university and among other

organizations.

  
The University of Louisville (http://louisville.edu) is a Carnegie
Research/High university and

recipient of the Carnegie Community Engagement classification for Curricular
Engagement &

Outreach and Partnerships. The University has a national reputation for its
high-quality

undergraduate program; over twenty nationally recognized research, graduate,
and professional

programs; 22,000 graduate and undergraduate students; and a strong commitment
to the

community in which it resides. UofL is located in the state's largest urban
area.

  
The city of Louisville (http://www.loukymetro.org/) offers hospitality, warmth
and smaller city

advantages like shorter commutes and lower cost of living alongside major city
amenities like

world-class performing arts, great sports, incredible dining and a nationally-
acclaimed parks

system.

  
Applications received by January 2, 2013 are given full consideration in the
initial screening.

  
The position will remain open until filled. Applicants must apply at

https://highereddecisions.com/uofl/current_vacancies.asp and attach a CV,
letter of interest

detailing your familiarity, aptitude, and/or experience with the required and
desired

qualifications, and the name, address, phone number and e-mail address of
three references.

  
Please direct questions to:

Anna Marie Johnson

Head, Reference and Information Literacy Dept.

117B Ekstrom Library

University of Louisville

Louisville, KY 40292

502.852.1491 or [log in to unmask]



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