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EMPLOYMENT ANNOUNCEMENT
Wasatch County Library seeks full time Library Director. Salary: $75,000-107,000 plus
competitive benefit package. This position under direction plans, administers, and directs the
services and programs of the Wasatch County Library. Master’s Degree in Library Science or
related field of study preferred. Minimum Bachelor’s Degree in related field of study working
towards UPLIFT Certification from Utah State Library within 3 years from hire. Six (6) years
library experience of which Three (3) years must be serving in a supervisory capacity. Complete
job description and Wasatch County Employment Applications are available from the Wasatch
County Personnel Office 55 S 500 E Heber City Utah or www.wasatch.utah.gov. Completed
applications with copy of resume must be submitted to the Personnel Office by 5:00 PM Friday,
March 1, 2019. Wasatch County is an EOE.
WASATCH COUNTY JOB DESCRIPTION
TITLE: Library Director
GRADE NUMBER: Salary, Exempt
EFFECTIVE DATE: January, 2019
DEPARTMENT: Library
JOB SUMMARY
Under general direction, plans, administers, and directs the services and programs of the Wasatch
County Library.
STEP AND GRADE CHARACTERISTICS
This is a department head classification.
ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS
Collect and analyze department data and information.
Identify and quantify problems, formulate possible solutions.
Makes staffing decisions within the department with the help of the Personnel Director; including
training, performance evaluation, and scheduling of work load.
Compiles, maintains, and reviews all reports, daily work records, work specifications, and
appropriate personnel documentation within the department.
Establishes cataloging policies and procedures for the proper addition and deletion of items for
the bibliographic database.
Directs preparation of brochures and other materials on services, policies, and special events.
Develops and delivers presentations, agenda reports, ordinances, and resolutions.
Makes maintenance and purchasing decisions for equipment, tools, and supplies within the
department.
Develops and implements technology plan, automated system and electronic resources for staff
and public.
Prepares and presents the annual department budget including general building maintenance and
ongoing upkeep of the library.
Monitors and approves departmental purchase orders and expenditures.
Writes and submits related grant applications and renewals and ensures grant requirement
compliance.
Reviews library goals and objectives; making reports to and receiving input from the Library
Board and County Council.
Coordinates public relations and publicity for the library. Makes presentations to groups,
conducts tours at the library, and other presentations to promote library services.
Oversees collection development of entire library system. Reviews and approves all books and
other material selected for purchase.
KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES
Ability to maintain cooperative working relationships with those contacted through the course of
work activities. Knowledge of principles and practices of modern library systems and programs.
Knowledge of library collection classification and selection techniques. Skill in reading, writing,
and basic math. Knowledge of equipment and facilities required in a comprehensive library
system. Ability to communicate effectively verbally and in writing. Skill in public speaking and
preparing related reports. Knowledge of community library needs and resources. Skill in
operation of office equipment. Ability to plan, organize, coordinate, and implement a
comprehensive library system. Ability to coordinate, analyze, and utilize a variety of reports and
records.
PHYSICAL DEMANDS
Typically sit at a desk or table. Regularly walk, stand, or stoop. Occasionally lift, carry, push,
pull, or otherwise move objects weighing up to 30 pounds. Use tools and equipment requiring a
high degree of dexterity. Work for sustained periods of time maintaining concentrated attention
to detail.
Accommodation may be made for some of these physical demands for otherwise qualified
individuals who require and request such accommodation.
WORKING CONDITIONS
Work is performed in an office, library, computer room, or other environmentally controlled
room. At certain times for outdoor events and offsite events work is performed for sustained
periods outdoors and occasionally in hot, cold, or inclement weather.
EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE
Master’s Degree in Library Science or related field of study preferred. Minimum Bachelor’s
Degree in related field of study working towards UPLIFT Certification from Utah State Library
within 3 years from hire. Six (6) years library experience of which Three (3) years must be
serving in a supervisory capacity.
LICENSING AND CERTIFICATION
Certification by Utah State Library Association.
**This description lists the major duties and requirements of the job and is not all-inclusive.
Incumbent(s) may be expected to perform job-related duties other than those contained in this
document and may be required to have specific job-related knowledge and skills.

Rowland Hall: Upper School and Middle School Librarian
School Overview
Rowland Hall is an independent school in Salt Lake City serving 950 students in preschool through twelfth grade.
Driven by our vision of inspiring students who make a difference, Rowland Hall sets the standard for teaching and
learning excellence in a warm, inclusive environment where students form meaningful relationships that cultivate
confidence and self-discovery. Transformational academic and co-curricular programs including experiential learning
opportunities, self-expression through the arts, and a competitive athletic program ensure students are challenged
both inside and outside the classroom. We foster curiosity, compassion, and joy throughout the learning process and
graduate young adults who know how to think critically and live with purpose.
Located near the base of the stunning Wasatch Mountain Range and adjacent to the University of Utah, a world-class
research university and medical center, Rowland Hall attracts a diverse community of families. The school focuses on
recruiting and retaining high-quality employees by offering extensive professional development opportunities, salaries
that are competitive with local districts and market rates, and a close-knit, supportive community.
Lincoln Campus
Rowland Hall Middle School (grades 6-8) and Upper School (grades 9-12) make up the Lincoln Campus and serve a
combined 500+ students with a focus on academic, emotional, and social growth as developmentally appropriate.
Each division promotes a strong culture of professional growth, collegiality, and collaboration for teachers. In recent
years, the Middle School has focused on more interdisciplinary learning and experiential learning and has moved
towards a more extensive grading system (“Mission Based Grading”) and runs a 1-1 iPad program. The Upper
School, in addition to an excellent college preparatory program, has extensive co-curricular offerings in arts, athletics,
service opportunities, and internships. Upper School signature programs include the Rowmark Ski Academy, a
nationally ranked debate team, an award-winning literary magazine, Tesserae, and several partnerships with the
University of Utah and other local organizations. The Upper School runs a 1-1 laptop program. Teachers in both
divisions use the Canvas learning management system and Veracross as a Student Information System.
Primary Job Responsibilities
● Direct, organize, and supervise the library and essential services of the library from 7:30 am to 4:00 pm,
Monday-Friday, including supervision of students using the space
● Prioritize accessibility to learners and faculty
● Promote literacy, reading and library use
● Instruct students and faculty on how to access, evaluate, use, share and create information using a variety of
sources
● Teach information literacy skills, as well as the ethical use of information, at the appropriate grade levels
● Collaborate with teachers to design and implement lessons and units of instruction & to ensure that the
collection supports the curriculum
● Collaborate regularly with the technology department to ensure consistency in skills, approach to technology,
and technology policies & choice of appropriate library software and hardware
● Collaborate regularly with the Lower School library staff to ensure consistency in skills, electronic resources,
library services, and collection development
● Prepare, maintain and review the library budget with Business Office
● Manage library websites and database OPAC (Alexandria) and online databases for middle and upper school
divisions. Set-up and maintain student/faculty database accounts
● Manage access (student and faculty accounts) to and teaching of digital (as well as print) research resources,
databases and web-based and online citation support (NoodleTools, Questia School, JSTOR, OverDrive)
● Manage collection including selection, curation and updating books and digital resources
● Plan, administer, operate, supervise, and evaluate the library information center, developing policies to ensure
efficient operation and optimal service and revising policies when appropriate in partnership with division
administration and technology department
● Stay up to date on best practices and current trends in library curriculum, usage, and design. Identify
forward-thinking ways to incorporate some of these things into Rowland Hall’s library space and program
Other Duties
● Attend faculty meetings, in-service activities, and other in-house training and meetings as assigned by Upper
School and Middle School principals
● Maintain and grow professional skills by pursuing relevant professional development opportunities
● Perform any other related duties that may be assigned by the Upper School or Middle School Principals
Ideal Candidate
● Bachelor’s Degree and certificate in Library Media, or Master’s Degree in Library and Information Science or
related field required
● Strong organization, verbal, and writing communication skills
● Ability to multitask with continual interruption
● Strong technology and computer skills (preferred: experience with Mac and iOS operating systems, Google
Docs and Canvas)
● Familiarity with contemporary research databases: Gale, EBSCO, etc.
● Enthusiasm for working with Middle School and Upper School aged students
● Interest in curriculum development in collaboration with and to support classroom teachers
● Demonstrates cultural competency, both internally and with prospective families and community partners
● Ability to support the mission statement of the school
This is a full-time, exempt position beginning August 1, 2019 that reports to the Upper School and Middle School
Principals.
To apply, please send a cover letter, resume, and any other supporting materials to Andrea Beckman at
andreabeckman@rowlandhall.org. For more information about the school, please visit rowlandhall.org.
Equal Employment Opportunity

Rowland Hall is an equal opportunity employer, and as such, believes that each individual is entitled to equal opportunity without regard to
sex, color, race, ancestry, religion, national origin, sexual orientation, gender identity, age, physical disability, marital status, veteran status,
or any other characteristic protected under federal or state anti-discrimination laws. Rowland Hall’s equal employment opportunity practices
extend to recruitment, hiring, selection, compensation, benefits, transfer, promotion, training, discipline and all other terms, conditions, and
privileges of employment.

Specialist II, Library Reference (Part Time)
Position Information

Position Information
Position Title Specialist II, Library Reference (Part Time)
Open Internally or Externally External
If faculty, tenure track status Not Applicable
Reports to (title) Asst. Dir. for Instruction, Liaison, & Reference Services
Department Library Services
Requisition Number P18185
Position Type Replacement
Job Category Part-Time Staff – Variable
FT/PT Part-time
Initial Work Location Taylorsville Redwood Campus
Starting Salary $12.24 – $13.46
Job Open Date 01/31/2019
Job Close Date
Open Until Filled Yes
Priority Review Date
Job Summary
Staffing the library reference desk during assigned hours.
Essential Responsibilities and Duties
Reference desk duty including: answering questions (in-person, on the phone, and virtually), doing basic research (helping patrons navigate the online catalog, the article databases and other Internet searches); participating in collection development; helping users with login access issues; occasional Information Literacy instruction or conducting classroom presentations, and content development or oversight on the Web portal. Assisting with managing hotspot circulating collection as well as special library projects. And other duties as assigned.
Essential Responsibilities and Duties Continued
Preferred Qualifications
MLS degree, preference given to those with library experience – particularly academic library and/or patron services experience. Entry point into library field for those with MLS or working on MLS or allied degree.
Minimum Qualifications
Bachelor’s Degree required.
Knowledge, Skills & Abilities
Knowledge of academic library databases, library searching, and information literacy preferred. Ability to work with students, library patrons, staff, and faculty in a service desk capacity with strong customers services skills. Strong computer and communications skills.
Ability to lift 10+ lbs.
Ability to communicate effectively with a broad range of diverse people, ability, culture, ethnic background, to maintain good working relationships across the College. Ability to work with all groups in a diverse academic, socioeconomic, cultural and ethnic background of community college students, faculty and staff, including those with disabilities and special needs.
Non-Essential Responsibilities and Duties
Knowledge of LibGuides, SirsiDynix WorkFlows/Symphony, EBSCO, Dewey Decimal System. Additional responsibilities based upon qualifications and ambition.
Special Instructions
*Please indicate on your resume if your work experience is full-time or part-time.
FLSA Non-Exempt
SLCC Information
Salt Lake Community College (SLCC) is fully committed to policies of equal employment and nondiscrimination. The College does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, age, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, genetic information, disability, religion, protected veteran status, expression of political or personal beliefs outside of the workplace, or any other status protected under applicable federal, state, or local law.
SLCC is a participating employer with Utah Retirement Systems (“URS”).
This position may require the successful completion of a criminal background check.

Assistant Librarian (Electronic Resources Librarian) at Utah State University
https://usu.hiretouch.com/job-details?jobid=4090
Requisition: F1800423
Open Date: 12/18/2018
Review Date: 01/17/2019
Job Category: Faculty
Department: Library & Information Services
College/Unit: Library & Instructional Support
Location: Logan Campus
Posting Duration: Open Until Filled

Position Summary:
This position manages the Libraries’ collection of electronic resources and works collaboratively with stakeholders throughout the Library, University, and consortia as needed. The Libraries provide a combination of owned, subscribed, on-­demand, and Open Access materials through local and consortial arrangements. The Electronic Resources Librarian plays a key role in day-to-day operations by maintaining various points of access to these materials, including through local systems and vendor interfaces. This position provides leadership for navigating the complex, ever­changing role of electronic resources and communicating those changes to the institution. A paraprofessional dedicated to electronic resources supports the work of this position as do a number of collegial and collaborative cross-functional committees. The position reports to the Head of Collection Management & Resource Sharing and is a tenure-track Assistant Librarian position with a scholarship requirement and generous support for presenting at professional conferences. The Electronic Resources Librarian is a 12-month position with an anticipated start date of May/June, 2019.
Responsibilities:
Coordinates the acquisition and management of electronic resources
Collaborates with the Collection Development Librarian and department liaisons to assess and coordinate renewals and selection of new resources
Provides top-level support for e-­resource troubleshooting and ensures ongoing usability and accessibility
Promotes the Libraries’ resources and provides trainings to Library employees
Manages administrative metadata in local and third­-party systems and knowledgebases (Innovative ERM, Encore Duet, Serials Solutions, etc.)
Negotiates and tracks licenses
Assists in budget projections
Works scheduled hours at the Research Help Desk
Dept/College Highlights:
Utah State University is a multi-campus land-grant institution serving a student population of 29,000. The main campus is situated in the beautiful Cache Valley 80 miles north of Salt Lake City and offers an affordable cost of living. USU is just minutes from two mountain ranges and within a half-day’s drive of six national parks, providing a variety of outdoor recreational opportunities. The University benefits from the Merrill-Cazier Library, a beautiful, recently constructed building with an automatic retrieval system, allowing for creative and student-centered uses of space.
Utah State University offers a competitive benefits package including medical and dental with a 14.2% retirement contribution by the University, and 22 days/year vacation.
Qualifications:
Minimum Qualifications:
ALA-­accredited MLS degree before hire date
Ability to gather, analyze, and report data
Demonstrated collaboration and teamwork skills
Excellent communication skills, including listening, writing, and speaking
Strong analytical and problem-solving skills and meticulous attention to detail
Ability to work independently and perform complicated tasks with minimal supervision
Ability to be flexible and adapt to changing assignments and needs
Preferred Qualifications:
Experience in an academic or research library
Demonstrated technical-support skills
Familiarity with current issues in electronic resources
Experience training or teaching
Familiarity with technical standards and formats relevant to electronic resources such as SUSHI, OpenURL, and COUNTER, link resolvers, proxy authentication, and discovery platforms
Experience working with integrated library systems, such as Innovative Interface’s library system Sierra
Familiarity with or experience administering an electronic resources management system (ERMS)
Opportunity Type: Full-Time w/benefits package
Percent of Time or Hours per Week: 100 %
Advertised Salary: Salary commensurate with experience, plus excellent benefits, including an additional annual retirement contribution of 14.2% of salary.
Required Documents (The names and contact information of 3 references will be collected during the application process): Cover Letter, Resume/CV
Often Functional Requirements (25-75% time): Use of fingers (e.g. typing),Extended sitting,Routine hearing ability (e.g. whispers at close range; voices at 15 feet; converse by telephone)
Continuous Functional Requirements (75%+ time): Routine visual requirements (e.g. reading with attention to details; seeing activities near and far),Ability to distinguish basic colors
Continuous Environmental Factors (75%+ time): Inside
ADA Cognitive Requirements: Apply principles of logical or scientific thinking to define problems, collect data, establish facts, and draw valid conclusions. Interpret an extensive variety of technical instructions, in books, manuals, and mathematical or diagrammatic form. Deal with several abstract and concrete variables.
ADA Math Requirements: Perform ordinary arithmetic, algebraic, and geometric procedures in standard, practical applications.
ADA Communication Requirements – Speech: Expression of a level to communicate fluently with clients/customers and others to obtain and provide complex information. Vocalize and explain detailed and problem-solve, both in-person and by telephone. Capable of interpretation of technical materials, oral presentation of reports and able to adapt vocabulary, tone and content for listener.
ADA Comm Requirements – Comprehension: Comprehensive and expression of a level comparable to 5, plus highest order of composition skills such as ability to do this as primary function of the job, to draft and edit publication-quality papers, to prepare highly complex documents such as wills and contracts. May involve a large volume of such composition.
ADA Travel Requirements: Minimal travel required – ability to travel infrequently (i.e., annually) for activities such as developmental sessions at a centralized training center.

Subject: Associate Librarian – Cataloging – Orem Public Library

Message Body:
Opening Date: January 4, 2019

Closing Date: Indefinite

DUTIES: This is a para-professional position working under the direction of a Librarian or Library Division Manager. Responsible for performing professional, technical, and supervisory duties. Oversees daily operations in the Cataloging section of the library. Assists in establishing section and division goals and objectives. Assists in training and scheduling staff and volunteers. Prepares necessary records and reports. Performs other duties as assigned.

This posting is for the hiring of an Associate Librarian position in the Cataloging section.
Preference will be given to applicants experienced in standard cataloging practices, including RDA, OCLC, and MARC format. Familiarity with LC subject and genre headings, and either LC or Dewey classification is expected.

QUALIFICATIONS: Requires a Bachelor’s Degree from an accredited college or university in
liberal arts. Requires supervisory experience and the ability to supervise the work of library
employees and volunteers. Requires significant experience in a library environment. Seeking
considerable knowledge of the liberal arts. Ability to communicate effectively orally and in writing. Knowledge of library techniques, methods, and procedures as an entry level professional. Skills in operating a computer and related technologies as applied to library and information science. Ability to deal appropriately with people in situations that may, at times, become confrontational,
stressful or uncomfortable. Ability to manage numerous tasks and assignments at a time with
frequent interruptions. Ability to be flexible and adapt to changing assignments and needs of the team. Ability to work independently and perform complicated tasks with minimal supervision, after appropriate training. Successful candidates will be required to pass a pre-employment drug screen and criminal background investigation.

SALARY: $3,409.28 to $5,113.92 per month depending upon qualifications. SALARY WILL
GENERALLY START AT THE LOWER END OF THE SALARY RANGE.

SCHEDULE: Full-time, some evenings and Saturdays required.

APPLICATIONS: Those interested in applying are required to submit an application online at
www.orem.org or to the Human Resources Office. The position will remain open until filled. ONLY THE INFORMATION ON OR ATTACHED TO THE APPLICATION WILL BE USED FOR SCREENING PURPOSES.


Assistant or Associate Librarian for Clinical Services DOQ (02144F)

The Spencer S. Eccles Health Sciences Library at the University of Utah seeks an enthusiastic, proactive, service-oriented, and collaborative individual for the position of Assistant or Associate Librarian for Clinical Services (Clinical Services Librarian). In partnership with multiple stakeholders, the Clinical Services Librarian provides dynamic, dedicated library service to the clinical and allied health communities at University of Utah Health (UUH). The Clinical Services Librarian works in collaboration with UUH clinical and allied health departments, chief executives, and the electronic health record (EHR) team, as well as the Education and Research faculty librarians at the Eccles Library, to provide integrated information support at the point of care. This position liaises to the clinical and allied health practices of the organization, and is responsible for leading outreach activities and training initiatives to increase the value of Library services to UUH. The Clinical Services Librarian reports to a tenured Associate Librarian at Eccles Library.

University of Utah Job ID# PRN02144F- 00820 – Eccles Hlth Sci Library Oper

COMPENSATION: $53,000.00/annual

WORK SCHEDULE: Full-time, 40 hours per week; Day

RESPONSIBILITES:
• Collaborates with clinical department stakeholders to identify and implement integrated Library services that support UUH’s mission.
• Provides leadership and vision in managing, developing, and evaluating sustainable integrated clinical information Library services that measurably improve patient care, provider satisfaction, and other relevant outcomes.
• Responds to EHR library requests for rapid, effective literature synthesis for complex clinical cases, and provides expert literature search services in support of patient care, research projects, and systematic review creation.
• Responds to EHR library requests from providers for customized patient education information tailored to health literacy level, learning style preferences, and language needs.
• Facilitates information and resource literacy at the point of care through services such as evidence-based information retrieval and database searching skills.
• Responds to online inquiries from patients and the community for assistance with health information questions. Works with UUH Public Affairs to develop web and social media content for the Hope Fox Eccles Health Library. Promotes the Health Library resources to UUH clinical staff and patients.
• Leads internal assessment efforts about clinical support processes and outreach.
• As a member of the Education and Research Library team, participates in unit meetings and strategic planning, answers reference questions, conducts literature reviews including systematic reviews, provides consultations, and promotes Library services and resources.
• Maintains knowledge of trends and issues in information resources, informatics interventions, and clinical outreach service models that are internal or external to the organization and can impact Library strategies.
• Special projects as assigned, such as development of resources for specific clinical departments and patient populations, clinical guidelines, grant-funded research projects, service evaluations, and committee and team work.
• Contributes to professional knowledge base through presentations, publications, and research in accordance with tenure and promotion criteria.
• Demonstrates a commitment to an environment of mutual respect and inclusion.

QUALIFICATIONS:
• Master’s degree in Library Sciences from an ALA-accredited library school, or equivalent combination of a relevant graduate degree and work experience in a health care setting.
• Excellent interpersonal, and communication skills.
• Ability to work creatively, collaboratively, and effectively to promote teamwork among colleagues.
• Passion for service to the profession and academia, and a commitment to developing a scholarly profile.
• Ability to work with multiple constituencies with ease, including but not limited to clinical staff, residents, faculty, students, and health care administrators.
• Demonstrated commitment to diversity in the workplace and community.
• Flexibility and adaptability for work in a fast-paced, changing environment.

PREFERENCES:
• 3 or more years of health sciences library or health care/biomedical environment experience.
• Experience working with clinical teams.
• Demonstrated creative and innovative approaches to engaging clinicians and administration.
• Experience planning and delivering online services.
• Experience with health sciences evidence-based information retrieval and synthesis.
• Familiarity with emerging and established technologies, including mobile devices and social media.
• Commitment to mentorship and leadership in the local setting and the profession.
• Willingness to seek membership in the Academy of Health Information Professionals (AHIP).

SPEICAL INSTRUCTONS:
Please provide CV, Cover Letter and the names and contact of three references.

The recommendation letter MUST BE SIGNED (either electronically or by hand) AND ON LETTERHEAD. We would sincerely appreciate receiving ASAP.

If you have any questions about this position announcement or on applying online, please contact: Erica Lake, Search Committee Chair Associate Librarian

PLEASE APPLY ONLINE THROUGH THE UNIVERSITY OF UTAH SYSTEM TO BE CONSIDERED FOR THIS JOB:
http://utah.peopleadmin.com/postings/85337

EQUAL EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY: The University of Utah is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity employer. Upon request, reasonable accommodations in the application process will be provided to individuals with disabilities. Please contact the Office of Equal Opportunity and Affirmative Action, 201 S. Presidents Cr., Rm 135, (801) 553,81-8365 (V/TDD), for further information or to request an accommodation. The University of Utah is committed to diversity in its workforce. Women and minorities are encouraged to apply.

Open Date 10/23/2018
Requisition Number PRN18722B
Job Title Archivist
Working Title Moving Image and Sound Digital Archivist
Job Grade D
FLSA Code Administrative
Patient Sensitive Job Code? No
Standard Hours per Week 40
Full Time or Part Time? Full Time
Shift Day
Work Schedule Summary Monday-Friday, 8am-5pm
Some evenings and weekends may be required.
VP Area Academic Affairs
Department 00790 – Marriott Library – Operations
Location Campus
City Salt Lake City, UT
Type of Recruitment External Posting
Pay Rate Range $32,000 – $35,000
Close Date
Open Until Filled Yes
Job Summary The Moving Image and Sound Archive is seeking a motivated candidate to take charge of its ever-growing collection of digital moving and sound material. The successful candidate will plan and oversee digital projects within the Moving Image and Sound Archive, including coordinating the digitization of analog materials for preservation and access, organizing and evaluating born digital and legacy digitized materials, creating and monitoring technical and descriptive metadata, and working with colleagues across library departments to ensure that digital moving image and sound files are preserved and accessible to the public. In addition to managing these projects, the successful candidate will influence and assist in the execution of the policies, procedures and day-to-day operations of the AV Archive, including collection management, reference and research for library patrons, and collection exhibition and outreach. The successful candidate will have the opportunity to serve on cross-departmental committees, present at conferences, and supervise and train part-time employees.
Responsibilities Work with Library IT to coordinate digitization, digital access, and digital preservation projects for analog and born digital moving images and sounds and refine and implement digital preservation and access workflows.

Select and prioritize materials for digitization and conduct or oversee copyright assessment, metadata creation, and quality control checks of digital files and their accompanying metadata.

Serve on departmental, interdepartmental, and library-wide committees focused on digital collections, archival management systems, and digital preservation and assessment.

Assist in the composition, revision, and implementation of Moving Image and Sound Archive policies and plans, including the departmental strategic plan and the intake, processing, assessment, preservation, and storage of all archival moving image and sound collections.

Develop, curate, and assist with Special Collections exhibitions and events and engage in additional outreach activities highlighting Moving Image and Sound Archive collections and activities for scholarly, professional and community audiences.

Advise library users on the location and application of materials in all Special Collections departments on weekly reference desk shifts and provide in-depth research assistance regarding audio-visual collections both in-person and via telephone and e-mail.

Supervise and assist with the supervision of part time student employees, who process, document, describe, and preserve moving image and sound collections.

Minimum Qualifications Bachelor’s degree in history or a related field or equivalency (2 years related work experience may be substituted for 1 year of education). Two years related experience required; knowledge of archival theory and storage methods required to determine proper preservation of documents and collections; demonstrated human relations and effective communication skills are also required.

Bachelor’s degree in history, related field and five years archival experience may be required for some assignments. An advanced degree in a related field or certification as a Registered Archivist (RA) or Records Manager (CRM) is preferred.

Applicants must demonstrate the potential ability to perform the essential functions of the job as outlined in the position description.

Preferences Preferred qualifications represent the types of skills & experience that will distinguish applicants who meet the requirements for this position. We will screen applications based in part on preferences; in your resume & cover letter, please highlight the ones that most strongly match your educational & professional background.

Completed or in progress advanced degree or certification in archives, library science, film studies, or a related field

Familiarity with analog and digital moving image and sound formats, codecs, and standards

Knowledge of archival processing, encoded archival description (EAD), and digital library metadata standards

Experience creating and refining workflows across multiple departments
Experience working with a digital asset management system

Experience working with community members in an outreach, reference, or service capacity

Experience training and supervising student employees

Knowledge of copyright best practices in an academic library or archival setting

Type Benefited Staff
Special Instructions Summary All applications received by November 12, 2018 will receive full consideration.

This is a local recruitment. Out of area candidates will be responsible for travel costs for final in-person interviews and for moving costs, if selected.

When prompted to do so, please upload three (3) professional references.

Additional Information
The University of Utah is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity employer and is committed to diversity in its workforce. In compliance with applicable federal and state laws, University of Utah policy of equal employment opportunity prohibits discrimination on the basis of race or ethnicity, religion, color, national origin, sex, age, sexual orientation, gender identity/expression, veteran’s status, status as a qualified person with a disability, or genetic information. Individuals from historically underrepresented groups, such as minorities, women, qualified persons with disabilities, and protected veterans are strongly encouraged to apply. Veterans’ preference is extended to qualified applicants, upon request and consistent with University policy and Utah state law.
To inquire about this posting, email: employment@utah.edu or call 801-581-2300. Reasonable accommodations in the application process will be provided to qualified individuals with disabilities. To request an accommodation or for further information about University AA/EO policies, please contact the Office of Equal Opportunity and Affirmative Action, 201 S. Presidents Cr., Rm 135, (801) 581-8365 (V/TDD), email: oeo@umail.utah.edu.

The University is a participating employer with Utah Retirement Systems (“URS”). To be eligible for retirement contributions, you must be hired into a benefit-eligible position. Certain new hires are automatically assigned to the URS retirement plan and other employees with prior URS service, may elect to enroll in the URS within 30 days of hire. Regardless of whether they are hired into a benefit-eligible position or not, individuals who previously retired and are receiving monthly retirement benefits from URS must notify the Benefits Department upon hire. Please contact Utah Retirement Systems at (801)366-7770 or (800)695-4877 or the University’s Benefits Department at (801)581-7447 for information.

This position may require the successful completion of a criminal background check and/or drug screen.


Subject: Job Opening: Assistant Director of Library Services

Message Body:
Assistant Director of Library Services

Roseman University of Health Sciences invites self-motivated and enthusiastic applicants for Assistant Director of Library Services to manage the staff and daily activities of the University Library on the South Jordan, Utah Campus (outside of Salt Lake City). Includes reference services, faculty research support, information literacy instruction, and staff training/development. Looking for someone who promotes teamwork. Roseman values diversity and collaboration to enrich our students’ lives and help them achieve their educational goals!

For more information see posting at http://www.roseman.edu/faculty-staff/human-resources/employment-opportunities/utah/assistant-director-library-services/
Application review begins 10/31/18. Position is open until filled.
No phone calls please.

Required: ALA-accredited master’s degree; min. 5 yrs. professional-level academic library experience, 2 yrs. direct supervisory experience; experience providing library instruction and reference/research support.

Preferred:  7 yrs. professional-level academic library experience with 3 yrs. supervisory experience; experience in a higher education health science library.


Subject: Ames Public Library Director Job Opening

Message Body:
Are you ready to lead an active and well-supported library into the future?
Join Ames Public Library’s team of passionate staff, engaged volunteers, and diverse partners in the heart of our vibrant community.

Ames Public Library’s mission is to connect people to the world of ideas–in our recently-expanded building, on our Bookmobile, through outreach, and of course digitally.

We are looking for a director that understands the changing role of a modern public library, inspires creativity and innovation, supports the welcoming and inclusive environment that our community expects and celebrates, and nurtures connections with community partners and leaders.

The Ames Public Library Board of Trustees is excited to announce it is accepting applications for the position of Library Director. Applications will be accepted continuously; however, the deadline for the first review of applications is 5:00 p.m. October 1st. Applications received after that deadline may be reviewed as they are received until the position is filled.

Under the administrative direction of the Ames Public Library Board of Trustees and in cooperation with city officials, the Library Director plans, directs, and coordinates all Library fiscal, operational and personnel activities to achieve the Library mission, goals and objectives within the context of community need and priorities; performs related work as required.

For more information about this opportunity, please visit www.AmesPublicLibrary.org/Director

To apply, please visit https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/cityofames/jobs/2178760/library-director


 

Rowland Hall: Interim Upper School and Middle School Librarian

School Overview Rowland Hall is an independent school serving over 950 students from 2-PreK through twelfth grade on two campuses in Salt Lake City. Founded as an Episcopal school in 1867, Rowland Hall has been an independent institution since 1933. Rowland Hall’s mission is “to inspire students to lead ethical and productive lives through a college preparatory program that promotes the pursuit of academic and personal excellence.” The school offers a progressive education that includes a rigorous academic program, excellence in the arts, competitive athletic programs, and a nurturing and inclusive community. Located near the base of the stunning Wasatch mountain range and adjacent to the University of Utah, a world-class research university and medical center, Rowland Hall attracts a diverse community of families who may be third generation Utahns or recent transplants choosing Salt Lake for its recreational and cultural opportunities. The school focuses on attracting and retaining excellent teachers by offering extensive professional development opportunities, salaries competitive with the highest-paying local public school districts, and a close-knit, supportive community.

Lincoln Campus Rowland Hall Middle School (grades 6-8) and Upper School (grades 9-12) make up the Lincoln Campus and serve a combined 500+ students with a focus on academic, emotional, and social growth as developmentally appropriate. Each division promotes a strong culture of professional growth, collegiality, and collaboration for teachers. In recent years, the Middle School has focused on more interdisciplinary learning and experiential learning and has moved towards a more extensive grading system (“Mission Based Grading”) and runs a 1-1 iPad program. The Upper School, in addition to an excellent college preparatory program, has extensive co-curricular offerings in arts, athletics, service opportunities, and internships. Upper School signature programs include the Rowmark Ski Academy, a nationally ranked debate team, an award-winning literary magazine, Tesserae, and several partnerships with the University of Utah and other local organizations. The Upper School runs a 1-1 laptop program. Teachers in both divisions use the Canvas learning management system and Veracross as a Student Information System.

Primary Job Responsibilities

● Direct, organize, and supervise the library and essential services of the library from 7:30 am to 4:00 pm, Monday-Friday, including supervision of students using the space

● Promote literacy, reading and library use

● Instruct students and faculty on how to access, evaluate, use, share and create information using a variety of sources

● Teach information literacy skills, as well as the ethical use of information, at the appropriate grade levels

● Collaborate with teachers to design and implement lessons and units of instruction & to ensure that the collection supports the curriculum

● Collaborate regularly with the technology department to ensure consistency in skills, approach to technology, and technology policies & choice of appropriate library software and hardware

● Collaborate regularly with the Lower School library staff to ensure consistency in skills, electronic resources, library services, and collection development.

● Prepare, maintain and review the library budget with Chief Financial Officer

● Manage library websites and database OPAC (Alexandria) and online databases for middle and upper school divisions. Set-up and maintain student/faculty database accounts

● Manage access (student and faculty accounts) to and teaching of digital (as well as print) research resources, databases and web-based and online citation support (NoodleTools, Questia School, JSTOR, OverDrive.)

● Manage collection including selection, curation and updating books and digital resources

● Plan, administer, operate, supervise, and evaluate the library information center, developing policies to ensure efficient operation and optimal service and revising policies when appropriate in partnership with division administration and technology department

● Maintains flexible schedule and accessibility to learners and faculty Other Duties

● Attend faculty meetings, in-service activities, and other in-house training and meetings as assigned by Upper School and Middle School principals

● Maintain and grow professional skills by pursuing relevant professional development opportunities

● Performs any other related duties that may be assigned by the Upper School or Middle School Principals Ideal Candidate:

● Bachelor’s Degree and certificate in Library Media, or Master’s Degree in Library and Information Science or related field required.

● Strong organization, verbal, and writing communication skills

● Ability to multitask with continual interruption

● Strong technology and computer skills (preferred: experience with ipads, macbooks, and Apple technology)

● Familiarity with contemporary research databases: Gale, EBSCO, etc.

● Enthusiasm for working with Middle School and Upper School aged students

● Interest in curriculum development in collaboration with and to support classroom teachers

● Demonstrates cultural competency, both internally and with prospective families

● Ability to support the mission statement of the school

This is a full-time, exempt position beginning August 1, 2018 (or on date TBD based on when hiring is finalized), and ending July 31, 2019, reports to the Upper School and Middle School Principals.

To apply, please send a cover letter, resume, and any other supporting materials to Andrea Beckman at andreabeckman@rowlandhall.org. For more information about the school, please visit rowlandhall.org.

Equal Employment Opportunity Rowland Hall is an equal opportunity employer, and as such, believes that each individual is entitled to equal opportunity without regard to sex, color, race, ancestry, religion, national origin, sexual orientation, gender identity, age, physical disability, marital status, veteran status, or any other characteristic protected under federal or state anti-discrimination laws. Rowland Hall’s equal employment opportunity practices extend to recruitment, hiring, selection, compensation, benefits, transfer, promotion, training, discipline and all other terms, conditions, and privileges of employment.


The Utah State Law Library is accepting applications for a library assistant position.

We seek candidates who have strong interpersonal skills, and we encourage Spanish speakers to apply. Much of our time is spent working with patrons who are trying to navigate the judicial system on their own. Law library staff provide information and resources to empower people on this often confusing and difficult journey.

The starting salary for this full-time position is $14.20/hr. The application deadline is August 23, 2018.

You can find position information and apply here: https://agency.governmentjobs.com/utah/default.cfm?action=viewJob&jobID=2173561


Library Director

Applications are currently being accepted for a Library Director. This position is responsible for the planning, implementation, supervision, and evaluation of all City Library services and programs. Final selection will be based on knowledge, skills, and abilities at the City’s discretion. The salary is negotiable and includes a generous benefit package.
The successful candidate will be capable of building relationships with the City Council, Staff, Library Board, and residents. The Director must be highly motivated, responsive, and capable of working in a dynamic team environment. Strong interpersonal and communication skills are a must. The Director must be able to actively listen, discuss ideas freely, and maintain composure under stress. The Director needs to be well organized, efficient, detail attentive, but also capable of seeing the big picture and being flexible and open to new ideas. A “can-do” attitude and someone who is willing to go the “extra mile” and be a team player is needed. The Director must be a pro-active problem solver who is politically astute and a fast learner who can learn from others and learn from mistakes. The Director needs to be capable of writing and presenting clear, concise, organized, and effective material. The Director must have the ability to have a positive effect on decision-making.

This position requires a degree in Library Sciences or a closely related field (such as Public Administration, etc.) and a minimum of three years of progressively responsible experience. If the successful candidate does not have advanced formal training in library management, they will be required to complete Uplift Training with the Utah State Library within three years of hire. The selection process will emphasize general leadership and managerial skills and abilities.

To be considered for this position, please submit a cover letter, resume, and job application. An electronic application is required and is available from our website www.highlandcity.org. Applications submitted without a cover letter and/or a resume will not be considered. If you have any questions regarding the position, please contact Erin Wells at (801) 772-4566 or at erin@highlandcity.org. Position is open until filled. First review of applications will be on August 22, 2018. EOE.


 If you’re really pretty techy, enjoy leadership, and want to make a difference statewide and even nationally, here’s the job for you. Apply today!
Job Title: Library Resources Manager
Supervisor: Colleen Eggett
Salary Range: $26.63-$49.70
Salary: $26.63 hourly or salary required to comply with DHRM rules.
Open: July 23, 2018
Closes: August 6, 2018
 
TO APPLY: Complete Job Description and on-line application a at https://statejobs.utah.gov Under the Job Search Tab, choose  Job Listings, then choose, Job No.  16456.

Are you creative, energetic, and innovative?  Do you believe in the mission of libraries and want to share that enthusiasm with the public?  Then the Waco-McLennan County Library wants you to join its team.  We are searching for someone who is passionate about providing excellent library services to the people of Waco and excited about new challenges.

The Branch Manager works with the Library Director in furthering the library’s mission and accomplishing goals.  The incumbent performs a variety of professional librarian duties including, but not limited to:
ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS:
       Plan, organize, administer, and evaluate the operations activities of the branch, including facilities, equipment, and branch security issues.
       Oversee the preparation, administration, and expenditures of assigned branch budget.
       Supervise the Circulation and Reference staff in day-to-day operations, set schedules, and assign job tasks.
       Perform supervisory functions by: interviewing, selecting, training, evaluating, disciplining, developing, and terminating staff; providing staff with the resources, equipment, tools, and knowledge necessary to perform and improve services; and guides employee work efforts in being successful, creative, and resourceful.
       Interpret library policy concerning the circulation of library materials.
       Develop and maintain the collections by reviewing, evaluating, selecting, purchasing, and withdrawing materials.
       Provide excellent customer service to patrons by assisting patrons with reference, readers’ advisory, and general computer questions.
       Tabulate daily collections, prepare bank deposits, and manage cash system.
       Gather, compile, evaluate, and analyze data for reports and prepare statistical and analytical report of branch activities and operations.
       Organize, maintain, and purchase appropriate supplies.
       Deal with patron complaints and problems patiently, decisively, and within the set policies.
       Develop, plan, administer and promote programs and services to community.
KNOWLEDGE:
       Knowledge of and commitment to excellent customer service principles and practices.
       Advanced knowledge of library policies, procedures, services, and resources.
       Special knowledge of publishing trends, authors, titles, and reading interests of adults.
       Library classification, cataloging, and acquisition protocols.
       Collection development, evaluation, and reference principles.
SKILL IN:
       Developing and managing Library plans, budgets, policies, and procedures.
       Managing staff, delegating tasks and authority, and coaching to improve staff performance.
       Identifying library collection issues and developing suggestions for enhancements.
       Ability to exercise initiative, leadership and independent judgment.
       Ability to organize work, set priorities, use time effectively, and meet deadlines.
       Ability to multi-task and work with frequent interruptions.
       Ability to interact with people of varying personalities and ages in a variety of situations.
       Ability to analyze and creatively solve problems, and resolve disputes and grievances.

REQUIRED
Education: Master’s Degree in Library Science from an ALA accredited institution required
Experience: Four years of professional librarian experience, including supervisory experience.
Send Resumes to OR Special Instructions:
Apply online at the City of Waco website. Www.waco-texas.com
Annual Salary:  51,608 – 59,650


Subject: Information Literacy Adjunct Instructor

https://jobs.weber.edu/postings/5396

Adjunct instructor will teach one online section of LIBS 1704, The Information Navigator course, each semester. This is a one-credit hour course enabling WSU students to meet WSU’s Information Literacy requirement. Class size is limited to 30-40 students. Pay rate is $35.00 per credit hour per student.
-Master of Library Science from an American Library Association accredited program
-Experience teaching an online information literacy class using a learning management system
-Excellent oral and written communication skills
-Must be a resident of Utah
-Experience using Canvas learning management system



 

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