Would you like to work for one of the most progressive companies in the career education industry? Are you excited about giving committed students the skills they need to be successful? Then consider joining us at Brightwood College.
Brightwood College is an institution of higher education dedicated to providing quality programs that integrate curriculum with professional skill development, empowering students to achieve their lifelong personal and professional goals.
We keep education relevant by employing staff and instructors with real-world experience in the field, who bring their career backgrounds to the classroom. Our programs are continually assessed by faculty, staff and members of the business and education communities to help ensure students studies align with their career goals. Programs offered by Brightwood College focus on local employment needs, in areas such as allied health, nursing and technical and professional programs.
Coordinates the LRC assistants and activities for regional campuses; familiar with state regulations and accreditation standards for Learning Resource Centers; visits each campus once per quarter; trains the LRC assistants to assess and meet information needs of campus students and faculty; works with the LRC assistants to develop and share activities to stimulate student interest and develops research skills using printed, electronic and all other available resources by performing the following duties:
Key Job Responsibilities:
· Information Literacy and LRC Instruction
· Plan and implement instruction on LRC use and information literacy based on carefully developed objectives for students and faculty.
· Work with Library Assistants to develop faculty course assignment support.
· Work with Compliance to ensure ACICS accreditation standards are met for the regional Learning Resource Centers.
· Work with the Executive Director to prepare an annual LRC budget.
· Facilitate the campus’ LRC Committee and review minutes of Group communication.
· Rotate attendance among campuses to attend Faculty meetings and In-service activities.
· Review campus system to document circulation, accession of new materials, and any other evidence required for accreditation.
· Train and evaluate work-study students and Group LRC assistants.
· Maintain professional affiliations and participates in professional growth opportunities.
Collection Maintenance and Development
· Develop policies and procedures for maintaining and developing the resource center holdings in a variety of formats.
· Implement approved policies and procedures.
· Review policies and procedures regularly.
· Select books, multi-media resources, electronic database and other resources to enhance student research
· Organize the collection in an understandable format within accrediting agency acceptable practices.
· Ensure that the collection is current, appropriate and supportive of current curriculum.
· Create opportunities for the campus community to be involved in selection of resources.
· Suggest appropriate materials to students for classroom assignments and personal reading.
Facility and Environment
· Ensure a welcoming environment for students and faculty.
· Plan for space, seating, technology.
· Master’s degree in Library Science
· 4-7 years of experience and/or training
· Experience in Library Administration
· Microsoft Office Suite products, basic computer literacy
· Ability to lead a team, provide oversight and supervision
· Able to manage direct and indirect subordinates