Sharing....be happy to discuss. Willing to fill at either the Philadelphia or Atlanta campus. ====================================== JOB SUMMARY: The Systems Librarian facilitates collaborative initiatives to support the PCOM Library’s collection management and access across 3 campuses. They are responsible for implementing, optimally maintaining, and enhancing web-based technologies and systems to provide innovative electronic resources via a discovery service, an integrated library system and the library’s website. Evaluation and usability efforts are also crucial transparency components as the position also collects metrics from a variety of tools, monitors them and distributes the aggregated results using a visualization tool. They optimize integration with about 10 third-party library providers including WordPress and Springshare applications. The ideal individual will grow and evolve with this opportunity especially if they have expressed commitment to continuous learning of systems librarianship and coupled with departmental support for professional development. Full description and application: https://pcom.csod.com/ux/ats/careersite/1/home/requisition/116?c=pcom Library organization chart: https://library.pcom.edu/orgchart/ -- PJ Grier, *MPA, MLIS* Associate Director, Faculty Librarian & Instructor Operations and Assessment OJ Snyder Memorial Library Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine 4170 City Avenue Philadelphia, PA 19131 215-871-6486 215-871-6489 (fax) [log in to unmask] www.pcom.edu ORCID <https://orcid.org/>: 0000-0002-9896-9762 -- PCOM provides email capability to all students, faculty, staff, and administration. All emails and attached files transmitted between and among the foregoing are considered confidential. The emails and attached files are intended solely for the use of the individual or entity to which they are addressed and reading, disclosing, disseminating, distributing or copying by a recipient other than that named therein is strictly prohibited. Any email described herein that is received by an entity or individual to which it is not specifically addressed should be immediately deleted by the unnamed recipient.