UCLA Library seeks an innovative, outgoing information professional to serve as the Geospatial Resources Librarian. This position guides UCLA Library efforts to foster and promote geospatial research, teaching, and learning by developing the digital and analog collections, services, and infrastructure to support these activities across the disciplines. The Geospatial Resources Librarian holds a split appointment in the UCLA Digital Library Program (DLP) and Collections, Research, and Instructional Services (CRIS) in the Charles E. Young Research Library, collaborating with other library units and campus stakeholders to define UCLA Library’s role in cultivating geospatial resource collections within the University of California system and in the state of California more broadly. 



Open Oct 24, 2014 through Jan 5, 2015
Next review date: November 21st, 2014
Apply by this date to ensure full consideration by the committee

Zoe Borovsky, Ph.D.
Librarian for Digital Research and Scholarship,
Digital Humanities, Anthropology and Archaeology

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