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Job: Biomedical Sciences Research Support Librarian at Yale University

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Biomedical Sciences Research Support Librarian
Yale University
New Haven

**Biomedical Sciences Research Support Librarian**  
Cushing/Whitney Medical Library

Yale University

  
Rank: Librarian1 - 3

Requisition:** 23718BR**

[http://www.yale.edu/jobs](http://www.yale.edu/jobs)

  
_Position focus_

  
The Biomedical Sciences Research Support Librarian serves as the primary
liaison between the Library and research departments, laboratories, and
individual scientists within the Medical Center, and is pivotal to defining
and expanding the Library's role in supporting e-Science and biomedical
research data management. With a demonstrated understanding of the work of
laboratory scientists, of the scientific processes they apply, and of the
impact and potential of e-Science methodologies upon their research, the
librarian provides individualized, point of need professional librarian
services and information and data support. The librarian evaluates and
promotes the library's current information and data services and resources to
the biomedical sciences, and assists in the planning and promotion of new
services and resources. Through consultation and collaboration, the librarian
works to enable these researchers to leverage information and data resources
to the fullest. With experience using a wide range of bibliographic databases
in the health and life sciences, the librarian develops and provides training
in the use of biomedical knowledge management, information and data resources,
tools, and strategies (e.g. NCBI and other bioinformatics tools, databases,
and datasets; evidence-based searching; systematic reviews; content management
tools; etc). The librarian assists researchers manage their data, navigate
Yale University's available data management, curation and preservation
landscape, and adhere to federal or other grant funding agencies' data
management and public access policies and requirements. The Biomedical
Sciences Research Support Librarian is a member of the Curriculum and Research
Support team, and reports to the Associate Director of the Cushing/Whitney
Medical Library.

  
Review of applications will begin immediately. When applying, please submit a
cover letter, resume, and the names and contact information of three
professional references.

  
  
_Principal responsibilities_

  
1. Provides research support to students and faculty in academic departments,
schools, and research centers through consultations, instruction sessions, and
in-person and virtual reference services. Supports research and raises
awareness of information resources through outreach efforts such as
department-based office hours, blogs, RSS feeds, mailing list messages, and
workshops.

  
2. Creates and maintains online guides and other research support tools.
Collaborates with librarians, GIS specialists, archivists and other providers
of information resources to support research and teaching.

  
3. Develops library collections in all formats. Works closely with the
Director of Collection Development, collection, acquisitions and cataloging
librarians, and staff on acquiring and receiving resources in all formats
(print, databases, datasets, images, a/v, etc.) and preparing them for
availability to users.

  
4. Participates in departmental library research support and collections
program planning.

  
5. Participates in library system-wide planning, committees, and work groups,
and engages in campus, regional and national professional organizations and
collaborative activities. Monitors developments and best practices elsewhere
to help ensure the excellence of Yale's collections and research support
services.

  
6. May be required to assist with disaster recovery efforts.

  
7. May perform other duties as assigned.

  
  
  
_Required education & experience_

  
1. Master's degree from an ALA-accredited library school. In selected
instances, a post-graduate degree in a related discipline may be required or
substituted for a master's degree in library science.

  
2. Demonstrated excellent oral, written, and interpersonal communications and
analytical ability.

  
3. Demonstrated record of designing projects and bringing them to a conclusion
in a timely fashion.

  
4. Experience working collegially and cooperatively within and across
organizations.

  
5. Experience working collaboratively and independently with varied groups
within a complex organization and rapidly changing, team environment.



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