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Job Title: Librarian, User Engagement
Job ID: 5660
Location: Spectrum Library
Full/Part Time: Full-Time
About the Position
SUMMARY: As a member of the Library’s User Engagement department, serves as a liaison to assigned University School: provides library instruction, develops tutorials and learning materials under the direction of the Library Instruction & User Engagement Leads for Undergraduate and Graduate Programs. Liaisons support faculty research, program development, and program initiatives for student success and retention. Participates in collection development. Participates on team initiatives under the direction of the Associate Director, Library Instruction and User Engagement. Participates in operations of the Library Help Desk including answering reference and information queries from all library users (desk, phone, text, email, and online). Provides consultations as needed. Some evening and weekend hours required.
At least one (1) year of experience answering reference questions in person, and online through e-mail
At least one (1) year of experience providing library instruction for undergraduate and graduate level students
Experience working with adult learners
Documented experience in designing and developing information literacy-based library instruction including assessment of skills and learning outcomes
Experience in collaboration with individual faculty members on information literacy outcomes and library instruction
Experience and/or coursework on library instruction pedagogy
Experience with instructional design theory, trends, and technologies such as Camtasia/Captivate, course management systems, and related emerging technologies
Experience in using synchronous delivery systems for library instruction
Experience using data collection software for reporting instruction and reference transactions
A record of participation in professional associations
Experience with academic electronic resources, Integrated Library Systems (ILS), and Internet scholarly
Demonstration of student-centered service philosophy and experience working with a diverse population online and in person
Demonstrated team-building skills including the ability to motivate, develop and mentor others
Required: Masters of Library or Information Science from an American Library Association accredited program or international equivalent.
Desirable: Master’s Degree in a non-library/information science area as evidence of scholarly training and understanding of the U.S. university system; Coursework towards teaching credential or instructional design.
2% of time might include travel (outreach/library instruction at off-site locations)