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Los Angeles, CA
Assistant Librarian
Los Angeles, CA
Johnston Group
Los Angeles, CA
Assistant Librarian
  • Actively participates in professional development and scholarly communication
  • Serves as a liaison to faculty in the humanities and participates in collection development
  • Substantial knowledge of digital libraries, digital preservation, and digital scholarship
  • Research/Creative Research: 10%
  • Service: 10%
  • Coordinates library initiatives with academic and student support activities to facilitate student success, recruitment, and retention
  • Librarianship/Teaching: 80%
Boston, MA
Technology Initiatives Development & Management Assistant Librarian
Boston, MA
Hintz-Bosco
Boston, MA
Technology Initiatives Development & Management Assistant Librarian
  • 35% Manages the Libraries entire digital portfolio including assessing projects and services impact and use through metrics and reporting; Monitors trends within the library environment and communicates with other Libraries departments and individuals about innovations and improvements to tools and interfaces; Identifies and creates links between Libraries digital systems and services and the overall mission to support teaching, learning and research at LSU; Develops relevant documentation and training
  • Creates targeted outreach and innovative programming to engage undergraduates
  • 10% Works closely with Libraries IT/Systems team to ensure continued development of the Louisiana Digital Library platform and other systems such as ArchivesSpace; Works with Resource Description & Metadata Services to coordinate the development of metadata to support the discovery and management of digital content including digital scholarship, digitized collections, born-digital archives, and research data
  • Provides traditional and online reference services, including rotational nights and weekends
  • 15% Supervises the development and management of the Libraries' online presence which includes all web pages and systems such as the Louisiana Digital Library and Discovery, digital exhibitions, and digital scholarship
  • Provides in-depth research consultations with students and faculty
  • Performs additional duties as assigned
present
Philadelphia, PA
Assistant Librarian, Associate Librarian
Philadelphia, PA
Cummings, Adams and Abshire
present
Philadelphia, PA
Assistant Librarian, Associate Librarian
present
  • Assists with collection development and program reviews for assigned subject areas
  • Teaches library research instruction sessions and provides research consultations for undergraduate and graduate students in assigned subject areas
  • Serves as the Liaison Librarian to the Departments of Biology, Chemistry, Mathematics, Nanotechnology, Physics, Statistics, and the College of Optics and Photonics
  • Provides reference and information services at the Research Help Desk and library instruction for general library instruction sessions
  • Coordinates, designs, and provides curriculum-based instruction for first-year English and Freshman Seminar library instruction classes
  • 25% Serves as an ambassador for the Libraries digital programs by building and maintaining effective working relationships to foster productive collaborations with all levels of the organization, with the university community, and external partners; Serves as a main contact for all partners in digital project development and digital preservation; Assists in securing administrative and/or external funding through grants and contracts to facilitate future digital collection growth
  • Assesses library instruction efforts across delivery methods, including but not limited to online tutorials, face-to-face library instruction, workshops, and librarian embedding in courses
Education Education
Master’s Degree in Library
Master’s Degree in Library
Oregon State University
Master’s Degree in Library
Skills Skills
  • Advanced knowledge of Microsoft Office including Word, Excel & PowerPoint
  • A demonstrable interest in the academic study of decorative arts/art history/art world theory & practice
  • Experience working with automated library management systems
  • Abstracting – learning how to abstract using Arup’s “house-style”, how to apply keywords and ensure valuable content is “discoverable” through the Arup University Library Catalogue
  • Cataloguing and classifying– using UDC to catalogue Library acquisitions, applying keywords and promoting new content to appropriate staff
  • Controlled references – monitoring controlled references to ensure that key documents are always up to date. Liaising with stakeholders and ordering material as appropriate
  • Enquiry services – handling routine requests from Arup staff for material held by the London Library and arranging loans from other Arup Libraries
  • Intranet maintenance– uploading new, or editing existing content to the team’s intranet pages. Applying appropriate metadata to help the end user find material easily
  • Marketing – using different channels to promote library services and resources (e.g. internal news publications, the intranet, Yammer, inductions, etc). Understanding which channel is most appropriate depending on the message and audience
  • Third party databases– understanding the focus and content of a wide range of different databases managed by the Arup Library (e.g. IHS, Knovel, Dialog, Orbis, etc). Learning when and how to interrogate each to find relevant information or guide staff to become self-sufficient in finding material themselves
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Assistant Librarian Resume Examples & Samples

  • Plans and implements library instruction outreach and programming to meet the academic needs and promote the success of undergraduate students, particularly those in the first and second year; teaches library instruction sessions that target students in the first and second year; creates and delivers workshop training regarding library and research skills for faculty who teach first and second year general education courses; works with librarians to develop and implement University-integrated library instruction such as embedding information literacy into courses, to analyze the information literacy needs of program and majors through curriculum mapping, and to collaborate with librarians and faculty in developing curriculum-based information literacy programming; works closely with University programs designed to support first and second year students to address library-related academic needs
  • Assesses library instruction efforts across delivery methods, including but not limited to online tutorials, face-to-face library instruction, workshops, and librarian embedding in courses
  • Works to meet promotion and tenure requirements for research and service
  • Provides reference and information services at the Research Help Desk and library instruction for general library instruction sessions
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Assistant Librarian Resume Examples & Samples

  • Master's (MLIS, MLS) degree from an ALA-accredited program
  • Able to lift 25 lbs. and pull books from top bookshelf
  • 2-3 years of related experience, especially in an academic setting serving diverse populations
  • Experience with planning, implementing, and promoting service programs
  • Demonstrated knowledge of trends and best practices in undergraduate student engagement
  • Experience with information literacy theory, practice, and assessment
  • Second Master's degree
  • Experience with contemporary and emerging technologies
  • Coordinates, designs, and provides curriculum-based instruction for first-year English and Freshman Seminar library instruction classes
  • Develops and maintains student learning outcomes and assessment for first-year experience programs
  • Creates targeted outreach and innovative programming to engage undergraduates
  • Coordinates library initiatives with academic and student support activities to facilitate student success, recruitment, and retention
  • Provides traditional and online reference services, including rotational nights and weekends
  • Provides in-depth research consultations with students and faculty
  • Serves as a liaison to faculty in the humanities and participates in collection development
  • Actively participates in professional development and scholarly communication
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Assistant Librarian Resume Examples & Samples

  • Graduate degree from an ALA-accredited library school or other relevant accredited graduate degree
  • At least 1 year professional experience in a library environment
  • Flexibility and adaptability for work in a fast-paced, changing environment
  • Demonstrated excellent interpersonal and communication skills
  • Ability to work as a team member and independently
  • Commitment to diversity in the workplace and community
  • Demonstrated experience with emerging and established educational and instructional technologies, including mobile applications and remote and asynchronous learning tools
  • Familiarity with current web technologies and design principles
  • Willingness to seek membership in the Academy of Health Information Professionals (AHIP)
  • Librarianship/Teaching: 80%
  • Research/Creative Research: 10%
  • Service: 10%
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Technology Initiatives Development & Management Assistant Librarian Resume Examples & Samples

  • 50% Manages the full project development process including working with the Associate Dean for Technology Initiatives and others to define new projects and set priorities; Schedules and oversees software development projects; Determines project team staffing needs and forms cross-functional teams; plans, directs, and evaluates team members' assignments; Coordinates the deployment and management of production systems with other Libraries departments; Identifies issues proactively and works across the organization to execute projects while maintaining effective communication with all stakeholders
  • 35% Manages the Libraries entire digital portfolio including assessing projects and services impact and use through metrics and reporting; Monitors trends within the library environment and communicates with other Libraries departments and individuals about innovations and improvements to tools and interfaces; Identifies and creates links between Libraries digital systems and services and the overall mission to support teaching, learning and research at LSU; Develops relevant documentation and training
  • 15% Works to fulfill tenure and promotion requirements
  • Master's in Library and Information Sciences; Master’s degree from an ALA-accredited program
  • 3 years' experience working with library IT projects
  • Ability to manage a variety of tasks and multiple priorities; Demonstrated ability to plan, coordinate, organize and complete projects; Proven communication and decision making skills; experience with Agile or other project management principles
  • Experience developing and supporting technologically complex library systems and services
  • Management of customer facing applications and services
  • Project management certification
  • Knowledge of scripting and programming languages
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Assistant Librarian Resume Examples & Samples

  • Abstracting – learning how to abstract using Arup’s “house-style”, how to apply keywords and ensure valuable content is “discoverable” through the Arup University Library Catalogue
  • Cataloguing and classifying– using UDC to catalogue Library acquisitions, applying keywords and promoting new content to appropriate staff
  • Controlled references – monitoring controlled references to ensure that key documents are always up to date. Liaising with stakeholders and ordering material as appropriate
  • Enquiry services – handling routine requests from Arup staff for material held by the London Library and arranging loans from other Arup Libraries
  • Intranet maintenance– uploading new, or editing existing content to the team’s intranet pages. Applying appropriate metadata to help the end user find material easily
  • Marketing – using different channels to promote library services and resources (e.g. internal news publications, the intranet, Yammer, inductions, etc). Understanding which channel is most appropriate depending on the message and audience
  • Research and data gathering – learning how to lead a reference interview and then developing a research strategy in order to answer specific questions. This may require multiple resource types, such as third party databases, statistical guides, web searches, reference materials and direct approaches to organisations
  • Third party databases– understanding the focus and content of a wide range of different databases managed by the Arup Library (e.g. IHS, Knovel, Dialog, Orbis, etc). Learning when and how to interrogate each to find relevant information or guide staff to become self-sufficient in finding material themselves
  • Value-added research – having completed a research/data gathering exercise, condensing key facts and opinions into a summarised form to give the enquiry a précis that will enable them to understand a topic quickly
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Assistant Librarian Resume Examples & Samples

  • 35% Develops innovative and effective strategies for the Libraries' digitization and preservation operations; Develops and documents policies and procedures designed to ensure the access and preservation of digital assets; Monitors trends in the reformatting and digital arenas and recommends activities to anticipate developing needs; Establishes and maintains compliance with national standards relating to accessibility and preservation of digital information
  • 25% Serves as an ambassador for the Libraries digital programs by building and maintaining effective working relationships to foster productive collaborations with all levels of the organization, with the university community, and external partners; Serves as a main contact for all partners in digital project development and digital preservation; Assists in securing administrative and/or external funding through grants and contracts to facilitate future digital collection growth
  • 15% Supervises the development and management of the Libraries' online presence which includes all web pages and systems such as the Louisiana Digital Library and Discovery, digital exhibitions, and digital scholarship
  • 15% Works to meet tenure and promotion requirements
  • 10% Works closely with Libraries IT/Systems team to ensure continued development of the Louisiana Digital Library platform and other systems such as ArchivesSpace; Works with Resource Description & Metadata Services to coordinate the development of metadata to support the discovery and management of digital content including digital scholarship, digitized collections, born-digital archives, and research data
  • Master degree from an ALA-accredited library school or other relevant degree
  • 5 years experience managing digital projects, services, and related personnel
  • Management skills in innovative & changing technology environment
  • Experience bringing complex digital projects to completion
  • Substantial knowledge of digital libraries, digital preservation, and digital scholarship
  • Ability to build and maintain effective working relationships and foster productive collaboration
  • 3 years working in a higher education setting, preferably an academic library managing digital projects
  • Grant applications & funded projects
  • Understanding of technology issues & best practices in libraries/higher ed
  • Involvement in professional association or discipline
  • Familiarity with Islandora or other Fedora-based system, ArchivesSpace, and web development practices
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Temporary Assistant Librarian Resume Examples & Samples

  • Master’s degree completed or in progress in library and information science from an ALA accredited program
  • Teaching experience and a teaching credential are preferred
  • Experience providing research services, information literacy instruction, and collection development in a library setting
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Assistant Librarian Resume Examples & Samples

  • Organisation, Planning & Implementation
  • Deliver frontline LRC user service from LRC front desk (loan circulation, enquiries, and AV/ICT issues)
  • Ensure good maintenance of LRC issue desk and other public areas
  • Assist with the care and maintenance of the LRC collections, including re-shelving items, shelf tidying, administering preventative conservation, recording missing books and participation in stock-take projects
  • Keep track of the LRC collections ensuring items are returned in a timely manner and delays are managed accordingly
  • Assist Learning Resources Manager with the processing of all library stock, with special responsibility for serials and sales
  • Cataloguing and classification of stock on to the InMagic Genie Library Management System
  • Liaise with the AV/ICT Technician to report relevant issues and share knowledge
  • Provide back-up assistance with audio visual equipment in the Lecture theatres if needed
  • Assist the Learning Resources Manager with the design of communication materials such as signs, handouts, booklets etc, and developing text and screencasts for the Virtual Learning Environment
  • Collection analysis and presentation of relevant data to help inform decision making within the LRC
  • Participation in LRC strategic planning and ensuring LRC procedure manuals are kept up to date
  • Be pro-active in helping resolve operational problems and contribute to the development of LRC procedure
  • Supervise and manage a small team of Lecture Assistants with support from the Learning Resources Manager
  • Any other activities deemed reasonable or necessary within the scope of the role
  • Provide a high level of professional and friendly customer service at all times and adhere to the LRC student service remit
  • Deliver inductions to new users to the Library and AV/ICT resources
  • Deliver research skills and information literacy sessions including referencing, reference management software, using e-resources and dissertation research planning
  • Enable students to locate material in the LRC or other libraries using online catalogues
  • Assist staff and students with access and navigation of electronic resources such as e-books, journals, and databases
  • Support students using WiFi, copiers, scanners and other IT Room and student equipment
  • Provide basic support with the use of standard software packages such as Microsoft Office and PowerPoint to help students who need it with technical aspects of research presentation
  • Ensure any competitor information gathered is fed back to Recruitment Office to be analysed and utilised
  • Provide pro-active support across the wider Administrative team, providing backfill to all roles where necessary
  • Take messages and ensure that they are passed on in a timely manner
  • Be an active member of the team and any forums or committees as necessary
  • NB. All significant holidays must be taken outside of term-time
  • Enhancing Christie’s Education brand
  • Act as a positive representative of Christie’s Education
  • Library & Information Studies qualification or equivalent. Educated to degree level ideally in Art History or other relevant subject
  • Experience of working in either an academic and/or art library
  • Experience working with automated library management systems
  • Experience using and/or facilitating electronic resources for academic study
  • Advanced knowledge of Microsoft Office including Word, Excel & PowerPoint
  • Experience or interest in cataloguing general library material (books, serials, CD/DVDs), including foreign language, to AACRII and LCSH standards and classifying with DDC
  • Ability to work accurately with little supervision and sometimes under pressure; to use initiative and organise own work load within the constraints of providing a customer service and receiving additional demands from the LRC Manager
  • Willingness to engage in the broader remit of Christie’s Education, learn and develop new skills
  • Willingness to engage in and support continuous improvement at Christie’s Education
  • A demonstrable interest in the academic study of decorative arts/art history/art world theory & practice
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Assistant Librarian, Associate Librarian Resume Examples & Samples

  • Serves as the Liaison Librarian to the Departments of Biology, Chemistry, Mathematics, Nanotechnology, Physics, Statistics, and the College of Optics and Photonics
  • Teaches library research instruction sessions and provides research consultations for undergraduate and graduate students in assigned subject areas
  • Develops appropriate instructional and informational aids (e.g., research guides, tutorials, assessments, etc.) for students and faculty of assigned subject areas
  • Assists with collection development and program reviews for assigned subject areas
  • Master’s degree from an American Library Association-accredited institution