Contra Costa County – Senior Community Library Manager

June 17, 2014

Contra Costa County is now accepting applications for the position of Senior Community Library Manager

Application Deadline  Friday, July 11, 2014

The website will be closed from June 20th – June 30th  please apply when the site reopens.

COUNTY OF CONTRA COSTA – An Equal Opportunity Employer

Department of Human Resources, 651 Pine Street, 2nd Floor, Martinez, CA 94553   (925) 335-1700
http://www.cccounty.us/index.asp?nid=361
INVITES APPLICATIONS FOR THE POSITION OF Senior Community Library Manager

SALARY:  $5,587.77 – $7,135.81 /Month

ISSUE DATE: 05/27/14

FINAL FILING DATE: 06/16/14.

THE POSITION

The Contra Costa County Library is seeking qualified individuals to fill the position of Senior Community Library Manager. Presently, there are three (3) full time (40/40) vacancies that include one vacancy in Antioch, California that will oversee the Antioch and Prewett Community Libraries and one vacancy in Pittsburg, California that will oversee the Pittsburg and Bay Point Community Libraries.

The County Library operates twenty-six (26) community libraries within a 750 square mile area and serves close to 1 million urban, suburban and rural patrons with an annual circulation exceeding 7.4 million.

Incumbents are responsible for day-to-day administration and operation of a community library. This includes responsibility for the supervision of subordinate personnel; development of material collections appropriate for the community served by the library; development and implementation of a plan of service; recommendations to County Library Administration regarding community needs and improvements in library service patterns; and the establishment and maintenance of direct liaison between the community library, city, school district, Library Friends, and local groups to encourage good community relations.

The employment list established from this examination will remain in effect for a period of twelve months.

TYPICAL TASKS

  • Plan, organize and manage the activities of a community library ; ensure the efficient and effective delivery of high quality library services to the general public
  • Plan, develop and implement community library goals, objectives, policies and procedures that reflect the County Library’s mission and services
  • Act autonomously to develop and maintain relationships with City leaders, community organizations, local businesses, schools, service clubs and “Friends of the Library” organizations, and make presentations to these organizations.
  • Collaborate with City staff in the planning and development of library programs and services
  • Plan and prepare the community library’s budgetary needs; develop budget justification for staffing, service and materials; monitor and reconcile financial resources for county and city, grants, and donations from community organizations, businesses and library friends/foundation organizations
  • Manage professional level librarians, technical and/or clerical staff; exercise independent judgment in the selection, training and evaluation of staff; make assignments and counsel employees on work-related issues and take disciplinary action as necessary in accordance with County and department guidelines and direction, regulations or applicable MOU
  • Manage task forces in the development of County Library policies and procedures, committee projects or special assignments and make recommendations; interpret library policies and procedures to staff and the public
  • Assess community library needs and formulate proposals and policies to support such needs within the County Library and the community
  • Manage building security and maintenance issues which may include surrounding grounds; evaluate architectural drawings to assess new library interior designs, layouts, and circulation needs, and make recommendations
  • Anticipate and recommend computer technology needs and planning, including internet access and software, and web based research services
  • Manage acquisition and collection development, including any specialized collections; participate in centralized collection development to ensure collection materials meet the community’s needs

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS

Education: Possession of a Master of Library Science degree from a program accredited by the American Library Association, or equivalent curriculum.

Experience: Three (3) years of full-time equivalent professional/supervisory library experience, which must have included experience as a Community/Branch Library Manager in a public library.
OR
Four (4) years full-time equivalent experience working in a library, which may include two (2) years as support staff, technician or paraprofessional, and at least two (2) years in a professional/supervisory level.

All applicants are encouraged to review a detailed job description available at our website and apply only if they clearly meet the Minimum Qualifications as defined above.

All applicants are required to submit a completed supplemental questionnaire at the time of application. Supplemental questionnaires can be scanned and attached to your on-line application, or faxed to (925) 374-0433. Include your name and “3AGH-2014A” on all application documents.

NOTE: Contra Costa County is not able to administer online, off-site testing, and/or oral interviews at this time. Travel expenses will not be provided.

SELECTION PROCESS 1. Application Filing: Applicants are encouraged to apply on-line at Contra Costa County Department of Human Resources, or, a completed Contra Costa County application and Supplemental Questionnaire must be received or postmarked by the closing date/time listed above. Faxed applications WILL NOT be accepted. Resumes may not be substituted for the official County application. An application may be obtained by visiting our office at 651 Pine St., 2nd floor, Martinez, CA 94553, or the County Application can be received by visiting our website at the web link listed above. To view the knowledge, skills, and abilities associated with this position, please visit our website to see the detailed job description.

2. Application Evaluation: Depending on the number of applications received, an Application Evaluation Board may be convened to evaluate and select the best qualified candidates for invitation to the next phase of the examination.

3. Oral Interview: An oral interview will be conducted by a Qualifications Appraisal Board in Martinez, Ca. The Board will evaluate candidates in job-related areas. Candidates must receive a rating of at least 70 from a majority of the Board members to be ranked on the employment list. (Weighted 100%)

The Human Resources Department may change the examination steps noted above in accordance with Personnel Management Regulations and accepted selection practices.

An EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER

IT IS THE POLICY OF CONTRA COSTA COUNTY NOT TO DISCRIMINATE BECAUSE OF RACE, RELIGIOUS CREED, COLOR, NATIONAL ORIGIN, ANCESTRY, PHYSICAL OR MENTAL DISABILITY, MEDICAL CONDITION, MARITAL STATUS, SEX, AGE OR SEXUAL ORIENTATION.

 

Senior Community Library Manager Supplemental Questionnaire

  1.   The purpose of this questionnaire is to provide applicants with the opportunity to elaborate on their qualifications and to assist in determining the most qualified applicants. Your responses to the questionnaire may be used to evaluate your relevant experience and training in order to determine which applicants will be invited to participate in a competitive oral examination and/or assessment center. Applications received without a supplemental questionnaire will be disqualified. Although you may submit a resume, do not answer the questionnaire by indicating, “please see resume.” Please be brief and concise limiting your response to the information that is relevant to each question.   N/A
  1. * Describe the positions you have held in public libraries which best demonstrate your competitive qualifications for this position. For each position (limit 3) provide the following: • Job title and dates held. • Name of library, population served and annual circulation. • Summary of your major responsibilities, and to whom you reported. • Annual community library budget. • Number and classifications of staff supervised
  1. * Describe a library public service program you have developed and implemented which included establishing community networks with schools, cities, friends and other organizations and leaders in the community. Explain how you planned, implemented and evaluated the program.
  1. * Describe your experience in conducting community needs assessment and performing both short and long range planning for community library services.
  1. * Describe your experience in personnel management with specific reference to the following activities: • Staff selection • Staff development and training. • Managing organizational conflict. • Developing and utilizing performance indicators to evaluate and improve employee performance.
  1. * Describe your experience in developing and managing a volunteer program. What do you feel is the role of volunteers in the library?

 

* Required Question

 


Head, Arts Library and Music Library

June 15, 2014

Department: Arts Library and Music Library
Rank and Salary: Associate Librarian – Librarian ($73,126 – $103,551)
Position Availability: Immediately
Application Deadline: July 3, 2014

Description of Institution and Library One of ten University of California campuses, the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA) is located in Westwood Village, approximately five miles from the Pacific Ocean near Santa Monica. Comprised of the College of Letters and Science and 11 professional schools, the 419-acre campus features 163 buildings. UCLA has more than 4,000 faculty and academic staff and approximately 26,000 employees overall. Founded in 1919, UCLA offers 337 undergraduate and graduate degree programs and has more than 28,000 undergraduates and 12,000 graduate students. Academic excellence, faculty distinction, and a comprehensive curriculum are hallmarks of UCLA, which is a member of the Association of American Universities. Among the faculty are fourteen Nobel Laureates, twelve Rhodes Scholars, ten National Medal of Science winners, a Fields Medal Winner, eleven MacArthur Grant winners, and seventy-eight Guggenheim Fellows. UCLA is California’s largest university and is a model for public institutions of higher education. As the seventh largest employer in the region, UCLA generates almost $14 in economic activity for every $1 state taxpayers invest in UCLA and generates an annual $11.9 billion economic impact for the state of California.

Consistently ranked among the top 10 academic research libraries in North America, the UCLA Library is comprised of 10 major libraries and 11 library wide departments including the Southern Regional Library Facility, the remote storage facility for the southern UC campuses, all of which report to the University Librarian. In addition, there are 12 affiliated library units located on the campus. There are approximately 105 librarians on the campus, and the UCLA Library has a staff of approximately 300, and approximately 400 – 500 student employees. The Library has an organizational structure that includes the use of teams in conjunction with departments and units. The library collection consists of more than 9 million volumes and more than 78,000 current serial titles and an aggressively expanding electronic resources collection. The Library’s annual budget is in excess of $44 million; more than $10 million supports the acquisition of print and digital material, and the library is part of the California Digital Library. The UCLA Library is a member of the Association of Research Libraries (ARL), the Coalition for Networked Information (CNI), the Center for Research Libraries (CRL), the Council on Library and Information Resources (CLIR), International Federation of Library Associations and Institutions (IFLA), and the Scholarly Publishing & Academic Resources Coalition (SPARC).

The Arts Library has the primary responsibility for providing collections and services in the areas of architecture, art, art history, design, film, television and theater at UCLA. The collection of over 300,000 volumes in the subject areas of film and television, theater, art, architecture, and design includes monographs, serials, microforms, and electronic resources. The Arts Library serves undergraduate and graduate students, as well as faculty and visiting researchers. Staffing includes 3 FTE librarians and 2 FTE library assistants, as well as student employees.

The Music Library provides teaching and research resources to the three music departments of the Herb Alpert School of Music (Music, Ethnomusicology, and Musicology) and to any other department or member of the University community that has an interest in music.  The collection consists of online resources (including streaming audio); books; music scores and sheet music; and audio and video recordings.  Staffing includes 1 FTE librarian, 3 FTE library assistants, and student employees.

Reporting to the Associate University Librarian for Sciences, Arts, and Music this position serves as the Head of the Arts Library and Music Library providing leadership and coordination for collections and services in support of the arts and music at UCLA.  This individual’s essential functions will include, but are not limited to, administration of the libraries, cultivation and stewardship of collections, coordination of collection and public services staff, and collaboration with all library units.  With regard to research collections, the Head works with library colleagues to assess existing strengths and weaknesses in the various collections and services, determine priorities, and develop plans that enhance and support the academic mission of the University. Mindful of trends related to research and scholarly communications in arts and music fields, and in partnership with colleagues in the Library, across campus and at other institutions, the Head will play a guiding role in initiatives supporting the current and future research needs of faculty, graduate students, and undergraduate students.

Required Qualifications

  • Experience supervising and/or leading librarians and career staff
  • Excellent analytical, organizational, problem solving, project management, and communication skills
  • Knowledge of initiatives and trends related to research in arts and music fields and to the evolving scholarly communication landscape
  • Must be able to work in a multi-staff environment with the demonstrated ability to provide leadership, work collegially, and participate in collaborative problem-solving
  • Ability to articulate and implement an innovative, flexible vision for library services
  • Experience participating in collection development and effectively managing collection funds in an academic or research library
  • Demonstrated commitment to providing highly responsive public service and innovative outreach programs
  • Ability to foster and maintain partnerships with a broad-based constituency
  • Ability to work effectively with diverse staff and campus user communities
  • Capacity to thrive in an environment of change and respond effectively to shifting needs and priorities
  • ALA-accredited Master’s Degree in Library and Information Sciences OR equivalent education and experience (subject expertise combined with professional library education and/or experience)

Desired Qualifications

  • Advanced degree in music or arts
  • Ability to assume liaison/subject specialist responsibility for music collection
  • Fund raising and grant writing experience
  • Knowledge of technology applications and trends in arts and music libraries
  • Management experience in an academic library environment
  • Demonstrated record of success managing and overseeing complex projects
  • Experience developing innovative services to enhance research and/or teaching

General Information Professional librarians at UC are academic appointees.  This is a non-represented position.  Within the UC System, most librarians are represented by an exclusive bargaining agent, University Council – American Federation of Teachers (UC-AFT).  As academic appointees, librarians are entitled to appropriate professional leave, two days per month of vacation leave, one day per month of sick leave, and all other benefits granted to non-faculty academic personnel.  UC has an excellent retirement system and sponsors a variety of group health, dental, vision, and life insurance plans in addition to other benefits.  Relocation assistance is provided.

Appointees to the librarian series at UC shall have professional backgrounds that demonstrate a high degree of creativity, teamwork, and flexibility.  Such background will normally include a professional degree from an ALA-accredited library and information science graduate program.  In addition to professional competence and quality of service within the library in the primary job, advancement in the librarian series requires professional involvement and contributions outside of the library, and/or university and community service, and/or scholarly activities.  Candidates must show evidence or promise of such contributions.

Application Procedures Anyone wishing to be considered for this position should apply here: https://recruit.apo.ucla.edu/apply/JPF00257.

Applications must include:

  • a cover letter describing qualifications and experience;
  • a current resume/vitae detailing education and relevant experience; and
  • the names and contact information for three professional references, including a current or previous supervisor.

Candidates should apply by July 3, 2014 to be considered for this position.  UCLA welcomes and encourages diversity and seeks applications and nominations from women and minorities.  UCLA seeks to recruit and retain a diverse workforce as a reflection of our commitment to serve the people of California, to maintain the excellence of the university, and to offer our students richly varied disciplines, perspectives, and ways of knowing and learning.

UCLA is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action/ADA-compliant employer.  Under federal law, the University of California may employ only individuals who are legally authorized to work in the United States as established by providing documents specified in the Immigration Reform and Control Act of 1986.  Employment is contingent upon completion of satisfactory background investigation.

Visit the UCLA Library Employment and Human Resources website at: http://library.ucla.edu/about/employment-human-resources.


Health and Life Sciences Informationist

June 15, 2014

Department: UCLA Louise M. Darling Biomedical Library
Rank and Salary: Assistant Librarian – Associate Librarian ($47,722 – $65,734)
Position Availability: Immediately
Application Deadline: July 4, 2014

Description of Institution and Library

One of ten University of California campuses, the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA) is located in Westwood Village, approximately five miles from the Pacific Ocean near Santa Monica. Comprised of the College of Letters and Science and 11 professional schools, the 419-acre campus features 163 buildings. UCLA has more than 4,000 faculty and academic staff and approximately 26,000 employees overall. Founded in 1919, UCLA offers 337 undergraduate and graduate degree programs and has more than 28,000 undergraduates and 12,000 graduate students. Academic excellence, faculty distinction, and a comprehensive curriculum are hallmarks of UCLA, which is a member of the Association of American Universities. Among the faculty are fourteen Nobel Laureates, twelve Rhodes Scholars, ten National Medal of Science winners, a Fields Medal Winner, eleven MacArthur Grant winners, and seventy-eight Guggenheim Fellows. UCLA is California’s largest university and is a model for public institutions of higher education. As the seventh largest employer in the region, UCLA generates almost $14 in economic activity for every $1 state taxpayers invest in UCLA and generates an annual $11.9 billion economic impact for the state of California.

Consistently ranked among the top 10 academic research libraries in North America, the UCLA Library is comprised of 10 major libraries and 11 library wide departments including the Southern Regional Library Facility, the remote storage facility for the southern UC campuses, all of which report to the University Librarian. In addition, there are 12 affiliated library units located on the campus. There are approximately 105 librarians on the campus, and the UCLA Library has a staff of approximately 300, and approximately 400 – 500 student employees. The Library has an organizational structure that includes the use of teams in conjunction with departments and units. The library collection consists of more than 9 million volumes and more than 78,000 current serial titles and an aggressively expanding electronic resources collection. The Library’s annual budget is in excess of $44 million; more than $10 million supports the acquisition of print and digital material, and the library is part of the California Digital Library. The UCLA Library is a member of the Association of Research Libraries (ARL), the Coalition for Networked Information (CNI), the Center for Research Libraries (CRL), the Council on Library and Information Resources (CLIR), International Federation of Library Associations and Institutions (IFLA), and the Scholarly Publishing & Academic Resources Coalition (SPARC).

As a major academic health sciences center, UCLA plays an important role in teaching, research, and clinical care through its four health science professional schools located in the southern part of campus; these are the David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA, the Jonathan and Karin Fielding School of Public Health, the School of Nursing, and the School of Dentistry. Also vitally important is the Division of Life Sciences in the College of Letters and Science which includes five departments. UCLA Health is the major clinical organization that includes four hospitals and a number of primary and specialty care clinics in surrounding areas. The hospitals and clinics are particularly important, not only because of the clinical care they provide, but because they serve as the clinical training ground for medical students, residents, and fellows. Over $250 million dollars in National Institutes of Health funding was awarded to UCLA researchers in FY 2013, making UCLA the 12th largest recipient of NIH funding.

The Louise M. Darling Biomedical Library serves UCLA’s health and life sciences communities, which include upper division undergraduate students, graduate students, residents, fellows, faculty, and staff from the four professional schools and the Division of Life Sciences, as well as the health and life sciences information needs of the UCLA community as a whole. The library is the Regional Medical Library and serves as the headquarters for the Pacific Southwest Region of the National Network of Libraries of Medicine. The collections are broad in scope and designed to support the teaching, research, and patient-care needs of its primary clientele. The total collection includes more than 679,000 print volumes and provides access to thousands of electronic resources including journals, databases, and other materials.

The Reference, Instruction, and Collection Services (RICS) division is responsible for a broad range of services, including consultation, instruction, and collection services as well as an emerging program in data management. At the most fundamental level, resources are delivered to the desktop in the classroom, clinic, research laboratory, and office.  Current staffing includes: 3 FTE librarians, 1.0 FTE administrative specialist, 1.0 FTE computer resource specialist, and 3 part-time reference desk students from UCLA’s Department of Information Studies.

The Health and Life Sciences Informationist provides a broad range of information services, including in-depth reference and consultation service, instruction, collection development, and outreach to UCLA students, faculty, staff, and researchers in the health and life sciences.  The Health and Life Sciences Informationist is a member of the Research, Instruction, and Collection Services (RICS) division and reports to the RICS Team Leader.

Specific duties and responsibilities include

  • Serve as liaison for outreach, instruction, and collection services for health and life sciences disciplines
  • Take a leadership role in planning, implementing, and assessing collections and services in support of the research and educational missions of the relevant academic departments
  • Provide expert search services for systematic reviews and other intensive research projects
  • Provide advice and individualized consultations for groups and individuals working with research data
  • Foster and maintain partnerships with a broad-based constituency
  • Work effectively with diverse staff and campus user communities
  • Participate in library-wide groups
  • Contribute to the Biomedical Library and the UCLA Library’s communications vehicles, including but not limited to the Library’s web site, LibGuides, and social media
  • Contribute to the UCLA Library and the Schools and Departments it serves by participating on committees, task forces, and other formal engagements
  • Contribute to the profession and represent the UCLA Library in the academic, scholarly, and professional community
  • Serve as a member of the UCLA Library team and work to further the overall goals of the UCLA Library

Required Qualifications

  • ALA-accredited Master’s Degree in Library and Information Sciences OR significant graduate-level coursework toward such a degree OR equivalent education and experience (subject expertise combined with professional library education and/or experience)
  • Two or more years’ experience working in a science-oriented academic or research library
  • Skill in searching online catalogs and databases
  • Functional understanding of collection development practices
  • Familiarity with the research process in the health and life sciences
  • Familiarity with research and teaching information needs in the health and life sciences
  • Familiarity with publication trends and characteristics, particularly scholarly publications in public health, medicine, and other health sciences disciplines
  • Experience using a wide range of bibliographic databases in the health and life sciences
  • Familiarity with the NIH Public Access Policy and the tools used to evaluate compliance
  • Excellent oral and written communication and interpersonal skills
  • Demonstrated commitment to user-centered library services
  • Demonstrated evidence of initiative and flexibility
  • Excellent organizational, time, and project management skills
  • Sound technology experience and skills
  • Capacity to thrive in the exciting, ambiguous, future-oriented environment of a world-class research institution and to respond effectively to changing needs and priorities
  • Ability to work with faculty, students, and staff from diverse cultural backgrounds
  • Ability to work collegially and as a leader with library colleagues
  • Ability to meet the University of California criteria for advancement and promotion of librarians

Desired Qualifications

  • Four years experience working in an academic health science library providing a broad range of information services
  • Extensive knowledge of health and life sciences databases, including record structure, indexing policies, and thorough knowledge of search interfaces
  • Demonstrated experience conducting EBM and systematic review searches
  • Knowledge of metadata standards
  • Knowledge of subject-specific repositories
  • Familiarity with the NIH and NSF grant processes
  • Experience with book and journal selection and/or licensing
  • In-depth knowledge of the publication process in the sciences
  • Experience with MyNCBI My Bibliography and the NIH Manuscript Submission System
  • College course work in the health or life sciences
  • Membership in the Academy of Health Information Professionals (AHIP), a program of the Medical Library Association

General Information Professional librarians at UCLA are academic appointees. Librarians at UCLA are represented by an exclusive bargaining agent, University Council – American Federation of Teachers (UC-AFT). They are entitled to appropriate professional leave, two days per month of vacation leave, one day per month of sick leave, and all other benefits granted to non-faculty academic personnel. The University has an excellent retirement system and sponsors a variety of group health, dental, vision, and life insurance plans in addition to other benefits. Relocation assistance provided.

Appointees to the librarian series at UC shall have professional backgrounds that demonstrate a high degree of creativity, teamwork, and flexibility.  Such background will normally include a professional degree from an ALA-accredited library and information science graduate program.  In addition to professional competence and quality of service within the library in the primary job, advancement in the librarian series requires professional involvement and contributions outside of the library, and/or university and community service, and/or scholarly activities.  Candidates must show evidence or promise of such contributions.

Application Procedures

Anyone wishing to be considered for this position should apply here: https://recruit.apo.ucla.edu/apply/JPF00258.

Applications must include:

  • a cover letter describing qualifications and experience;
  • a current resume/vitae detailing education and relevant experience; and
  • the names and contact information for three professional references, including a current or previous supervisor.

Candidates should apply by July 4, 2014 to be considered for this position.  UCLA welcomes and encourages diversity and seeks applications and nominations from women and minorities.  UCLA seeks to recruit and retain a diverse workforce as a reflection of our commitment to serve the people of California, to maintain the excellence of the university, and to offer our students richly varied disciplines, perspectives, and ways of knowing and learning.

UCLA is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action/ADA-compliant employer.  Under federal law, the University of California may employ only individuals who are legally authorized to work in the United States as established by providing documents specified in the Immigration Reform and Control Act of 1986.  Employment is contingent upon completion of satisfactory background investigation.

Visit the UCLA Library Employment and Human Resources website at: http://library.ucla.edu/about/employment-human-resources.


Head of Acquisitions

June 15, 2014

Head of Acquisitions — Library
University of California, Berkeley Library
Hiring Range: Associate Librarian V – Librarian II
$63,468- $79,536 per annum, based upon qualifications
This is a full time appointment available starting September 2014.
The University of California, Berkeley seeks a dynamic, user-focused, creative librarian with demonstrated management and acquisitions experience to orchestrateLoyola Marymount University seeks an energetic, self-directed entry-level librarian for the position of Librarian-in-Residence. This is a full-time, two-year visiting appointment. Loyola Marymount, founded in 1911, is a comprehensive university in the mainstream of American Catholic higher education. Located on the west side of Los Angeles overlooking the Pacific Ocean, LMU is one of the nation’s 28 Jesuit colleges and universities and five Marymount institutions. It serves 6,000 undergraduates and 2,200 graduate students in the Colleges/Schools of Liberal Arts, Science and Engineering, Business Administration, Communication and Fine Arts, Film and Television, Education, and Law. The William H. Hannon Library (http://library.lmu.edu) was opened in 2009 and serves as the intellectual and cultural hub of the university. Loyola Marymount seeks professionally outstanding applicants who value its mission and share its commitment to academic excellence, the education of the whole person, and the building of a just society. LMU is an equal opportunity institution actively working to promote an intercultural learning community. The William H. Hannon Library Librarian-in-Residence Program offers an entry-level librarian an opportunity to begin a career in academic librarianship. The program reflects the library’s and university’s commitment to achieving inclusive excellence and ethnic and racial diversity among our staff, including our librarians. The Resident will receive the full advantage of a librarian appointment, including financial support for professional development, plus mentorship and the opportunity to learn about specialization within the profession. Responsibilities: The residency will provide an overview of professional library work through assignments in diverse functional areas, determined mutually by the Resident’s interests and the needs of the library. During the latter half of the second year, the Resident will be expected to complete a specific project involving one or more of the functional areas. The Resident will have the opportunity to engage in professional development and service activities in the library, on campus, and in the wider academic library community. Qualifications: Required: Recent graduate (fewer than two years of professional experience) of an ALA-accredited master’s degree program in library and information science; strong interest in academic librarianship and willingness to spend time working in public services, in addition to other specialized goals; commitment to professional development and service; excellent interpersonal, oral and written communication, and presentation skills; ability to be flexible and adaptable to a variety of work environments; commitment to diversity. The position will be available on August 18, 2014. Deliberations on the pool of candidates will begin as resumes are received. Applicants should submit the following materials: Letter of application, with a statement of professional goals; Curriculum vitae or resume; List of three professional references (names, titles, addresses, and telephone numbers) to: https://jobs.lmu.edu Inquiries should be addressed to: Tobeylynn Birch Associate Dean of the Library Loyola Marymount University One LMU Drive MS8200 Los Angeles, CA 90045-2659 310/338-3088 Tobeylynn.Birch@lmu.edu the acquisition and delivery of a robust digital and print collection to the Library’s research, teaching, and student community.

The Environment

The UC Berkeley Library is an internationally renowned research and teaching facility at one of the nation’s premier public universities. In a highly diverse and intellectually rich environment, Berkeley serves a campus community of 25,500 undergraduate students, 10,300 graduate students, and a faculty of 1,500. The Library comprises 20 campus libraries — including the Doe/Moffitt Libraries, the Bancroft Library, the C. V. Starr East Asian Library and subject specialty libraries. With a collection of more than 11 million volumes and a collections budget of over $15 million, the Library offers extensive collections in all formats and robust services to connect users with those collections and build their related research skills.

Responsibilities

Reporting to the Associate University Librarian (AUL) & Director for Collections, the Head of Acquisitions (Head) provides leadership for all acquisitions activities with a view to ensuring timely access to materials. The Acquisitions Department consists of five units: Ordering & Receiving, Electronic Resources, Periodicals Receiving, Gifts & De-acquisitions, and Exchange. There are 13-15 FTE career staff and about 12 students in the department. The unit leaders report directly to the Head and supervise the staff and students in their functional areas.

The Head of Acquisitions works collaboratively with library colleagues to holistically assess the collection to identify its strengths and weaknesses, evaluate approval and other purchase and exchange plans, analyze operating procedures and make recommendations to improve efficiency, and identify and develop expenditure and usage data to support choices and approaches for local and UC-wide collection development. S/he will develop training workshops on acquisitions processes for subject selectors and other staff, and provide oversight for the gathering and maintenance of various statistics.

Working with the AUL & Director for Collections and others, the Head will take the lead in creating and managing the collections budget. This process includes: budget analysis and projections; annual allocations to individual funds and for collaborative purchases; communication with selectors to ensure on-track spending; reconciliation of expenditures; executing fiscal close; and reconciling collections expenditures with the campus financial system.

The UC Berkeley Library participates in consortial agreements with libraries of the University of California system and a significant portion of digital acquisitions are purchased through the California Digital Library. Other collaborative collection agreements are in effect with the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory and Stanford University. The Head of Acquisitions ensures that departmental activities support these and any future collaborations.

The Head is a contributing member on the fund coordinators group that provides oversight of various collections funds, as well as on the Collection Services Council that develops collection policies and strategies for the benefit of the library overall. S/he will also join relevant local and UC-wide groups. The Head of Acquisitions will collaborate with the Head of Catalog & Metadata Services to ensure a seamless workflow as materials move through the entire range of technical processes.

UC Berkeley librarians are expected to participate in library-wide planning and governance, and work effectively in a shared decision-making environment. Advancement in the librarian series is based in part on professional contributions beyond the primary assignment; the successful candidate will show evidence or promise of such contributions to the Library, campus, UC System, and profession.
Minimum Basic Qualification at time of Application:

  • MLS or equivalent degree from an ALA-accredited institution.

Additional Required Qualifications:

  • Two years experience managing serial, monograph, and electronic resource acquisitions across all formats
  • Two years managerial and supervisory experience
  • Two years experience with budget planning and expenditure analysis
  • Excellent analytical, communication, organizational, problem solving, and project management skills
  • Demonstrated ability to develop and maintain excellent relationships with selectors, vendors, and content providers

Additional Preferred Qualifications

  • Knowledge of the national and international publisher and vendor marketplace for scholarly research materials
  • Excellent understanding of acquisitions technology, including integrated library systems, vendor databases, and open url resolvers in local and consortial environments
  • Demonstrated commitment to work in a collaborative environment and the ability to work effectively with diverse staff, to work independently and as a team member
  • Capacity to thrive in an environment of change and respond effectively to shifting needs and priorities
  • Demonstrated ability to develop and deliver training workshops to staff and librarians
  • Knowledge of trends and issues with e-resources including familiarity with copyright, fair use, and other intellectual property issues
  • Experience in consortial purchasing
  • Experience with current and emerging information systems in the acquisition domain (e.g. electronic resources management systems, ingesting vendor records, etc.)

In conformance with University of California policy, continuing employment will be contingent upon completion of satisfactory background investigation.

The Library at the University of California, Berkeley is committed to the support and encouragement of a multicultural environment and seeks candidates who can make positive and imaginative contributions in a context of ethnic and cultural diversity.

As a management position, this librarian position is not represented by a bargaining unit and is covered by the UC Academic Personnel Manual (APM).
Librarians are entitled to appropriate professional development leave, two days per month vacation leave, one day per month sick leave, and all other benefits granted non-faculty academic personnel. The University has an excellent retirement system and sponsors a variety of group health, dental, vision, and life insurance plans in addition to other benefits.

DEADLINE: Consideration will be given to applications received by August 1, 2014. All completed applications received by this date will be given full consideration; this recruitment will remain open until filled.

Submit applications online at https://aprecruit.berkeley.edu/apply/JPF00436.
Applications must include a cover letter detailing a statement of qualifications, curriculum vitae noting degrees and relevant work experience, and the names and contact information of three references who are knowledgeable about the applicant’s qualifications for this position.

The University of California is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability, age or protected veteran status. For the complete University of California nondiscrimination and affirmative action policy see:
http://policy.ucop.edu/doc/4000376/NondiscrimAffirmAct.

Send inquiries to:
Susan E. Wong
Director, Library Human Resources
Library Human Resources Department
110 Doe Library
University of California
Berkeley, CA 94720-6000
Phone: (510) 642-3778
Email: librec@library.berkeley.edu


Information Search Specialist- San Francisco, CA – Thomson Reuters

June 4, 2014

Information Search Specialist- San Francisco, CA

To Apply Click Here: https://toc.taleo.net/careersection/2/jobdetail.ftl?lang=en&job=JREQ018207&src=ds-11780

The Science business of Thomson Reuters provides information and knowledge to accelerate research, discovery and innovation. Our authoritative, accurate and timely information is essential for drug companies to discover new drugs and get them to market faster; researchers to find relevant papers and know what’s newly published in their subject; and businesses to optimize their intellectual property and find competitive intelligence. We will create the research platforms and services of the future that will power our customers toward business and personal success.

  • Staffs the Customer Technical Support desk phones as assigned; provides, records, and follows-up responses within the global Service Level Agreements (SLAs). Knows and achieves these SLAs.
  • Duplicates customer problems, and if possible, solves them. Follows up on customer inquiries, referring them to appropriate departments. Provides Thomson Reuters staff with full descriptions of problems.
  • Provides Customer Technical Support staff and project management with solution documentation for bugs, fixes, and form letters and standardized responses.
  • Proposes technical support policy to the Manager, represents the department when dealing with other Science divisions. She/he is responsible for coordination with project and product management and regularly reports on these activities in monthly meetings with our global support teams and in weekly meetings with the department manager.
  • Prepares tables, schedules, reports and other documentation on activities. Fully documents all customer cases.
  • Attends staff and global support meetings, reporting on activities.
  • Facilitates an effective and efficient work flow through the Customer Technical Support department, working closely with the Manager. Acts as a point person and monitors problem accounts in conjunction with the Manager. Trains and supports newer members of the Customer Technical Support team. Initiates and completes projects that have an impact on Customer Technical Support’ systems, marketing and on the customer and staff bases and work flow.
  • Continues to develop technical and database content knowledge by monitoring computer and information industry trends and by taking courses and attending training.
  • Deputizes for team members / your line manager as and when required.
  • Takes responsibility for identifying their own training and development on an on-going basis.
  • Makes positive efforts to promote personal safety and that of others by taking reasonable care at work, by carrying out the requirements of the law or following recognized codes of practice provided or advised by management to ensure safe working practices.
  • Undertakes any other reasonable duties as requested by your line manager/director on a permanent or temporary basis.

We are the leading source of intelligent information for the world’s businesses and professionals, providing customers with competitive advantage. Intelligent information is a unique synthesis of human intelligence, industry expertise and innovative technology that provides decision-makers with the knowledge to act, enabling them to make better decisions faster. We deliver this must-have insight to the financial and risk, legal, tax and accounting, intellectual property and science and media markets, powered by the world’s most trusted news organization.

About the IP & Science Business of Thomson Reuters
The IP & Science business is a global provider of information solutions to assist professionals at every stage of research and development and ensure they maintain and extract maximum value from their intellectual assets.

IP & Science is part of Thomson Reuters (www.thomsonreuters.com), the world’s leading source of intelligent information for businesses and professionals. Scientific information solutions can be found at thomsonreuters.com.  

Qualifications

  • Degree in information or computer sciences. MLIS preferred.
  • Positive interpersonal communication and problem finding and problem solving skills. Ability to identify, isolate and communicate problems from and to all levels of users and technical staff, including negotiating critical times and dates to expedite service. Ability to distill and communicate, both in verbal and written form, technical information in terms customers will understand.
  • Excellent attention to detail. Ability to remember the status of multiple reported/resolved/outstanding problems and yet be able to focus on one task at a time. Ability to meet deadlines. Can set priorities and be flexible in changing environment.
  • Familiarity with Call Center Technology and previous experience a plus.
  • Ability to work in call center environment supporting customers external to the organization via phone and email required within established service level agreements.
  • In-depth knowledge of web product delivery, architecture, software and middleware applications, electronic product delivery systems, computers, network operating systems, network architecture/infrastructure is required.
  • In-depth knowledge of database searching and analysis functions, file management, electronic publishing, the patent/literature scholarly process and the drug development process is required.
  • Knowledge of Thomson Reuters products and services.
  • Knowledge of and adherence to Thomson Reuters support policies.
  • Service orientation providing empathetic customer support within policy guidelines and established procedures. Well organized and disciplined with regards policy, procedure and standards.
  • Awareness of Company vision and goals.
  • A good team player with the ability to work on own initiative.

At Thomson Reuters, we believe what we do matters. We are passionate about our work, inspired by the impact it has on our business and our customers. As a team, we believe in winning as one – collaborating to reach shared goals, and developing through challenging and meaningful experiences. With over 60,000 employees in more than 100 countries, we work flexibly across boundaries and realize innovations that help shape industries around the world. Making this happen is a dynamic, evolving process, and we count on each employee to be a catalyst in driving our performance – and their own.

As a global business, we rely on diversity of culture and thought to deliver on our goals. To ensure we can do that, we seek talented, qualified employees in all our operations around the world regardless of race, color, sex/gender, including pregnancy, gender identity and expression, national origin, religion, sexual orientation, disability, age, marital status, citizen status, veteran status, or any other protected classification under country or local law. Thomson Reuters is proud to be an Equal Employment Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer providing a drug-free workplace.

Intrigued by a challenge as large and fascinating as the world itself? Come join us.

To learn more about what we offer, please visit careers.thomsonreuters.com.

More information about Thomson Reuters can be found on thomsonreuters.com.

 

According to the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS), the H-1B visa cap has been met for the 2014 fiscal year (October 1, 2013-September 30, 2014).  


Western University of Health Sciences – Associate Director of Reference and Outreach

June 4, 2014

Western University of Health Sciences

Position Title:  Associate Director of Reference and Outreach

Campus:  Western University Campus-Pomona, CA

Western University is seeking applications for the position of Associate Director of Reference and Outreach.  This position providesleadership, guidance, expertise, encouragement, and inspiration to a team of librarians & library staff whose mission is to enable and enhance the educational and research pursuits of WesternU faculty, staff and students. The Associate Director organizes, coordinates, administers, supervises and assesses comprehensive reference, research, education services in a dynamic, team-based, client-centered environment supported by advanced library technology; provides frontline supervision of reference services, supports resource development, provides online and face-to-face instructional services for curricular and scholarly endeavors; exerts leadership n developing, planning, and implementing innovative services, collections, and programs that both anticipate and respond to the complex technological and information needs of a diverse population.

Required Qualifications:

1. Master’s Degree in Library and Information Science from an ALA accredited program.

2. Five+ years’ experience in an academic setting or health sciences library.

3. Three – five years of supervisory experience.

4. Experience developing instructional sessions and employing effective teaching techniques.

Preferred Qualifications:

1. Bachelor’s degree in the sciences or subject background in the health sciences.

2. Supervisory experience in an academic setting.

3. Experience with social media, online learning environments, and digital reference services.

Special Instructions to Applicants   Incomplete applications will Not be considered and no telephone calls please.

No Closing Date/Open Until Filled   

Job details at https://jobs.westernu.edu/postings/2224

Western University of Health Sciences (www.westernu.edu), located in Pomona, Calif. and Lebanon, Ore., is an independent nonprofit health professions university, conferring degrees in biomedical sciences, dental medicine, health sciences, medical sciences, nursing, optometry, osteopathic medicine, pharmacy, physical therapy, physician assistant studies, podiatric medicine and veterinary medicine. The Chronicle of Higher Education named WesternU a Great College to Work For in 2012 and 2013.

 


DIGITAL SCHOLARSHIP LIBRARIAN – California College of the Arts

June 3, 2014

CALIFORNIA COLLEGE OF THE ARTS

JOB TITLE:  DIGITAL SCHOLARSHIP LIBRARIAN

POSITION SUMMARY:

The Digital Scholarship Librarian (DSL) will provide vision and energy in promoting the discovery, use and interoperability of digital content and digital resources in support of new knowledge creation at the college. The DSL will provide overall management for a multidisciplinary range of digital content, which includes standard file formats (i.e. publication, image, video, and audio files), open access and OER content, new asset classes (i.e. APIs and GIS data), as well as open source and subscription-based digital scholarship tools and services. The DSL will partner with fellow librarians and the Instructional Designer to ensure effective discovery, interoperability, and persistence of digital content. Together they will guide development of digital scholarship initiatives and work internally within the college as well as externally with vendors to resolve complex issues relating to scholarly content systems.

The successful candidate will bring a sense of inquisitiveness and strong problem-solving skills to the position, along with an aptitude for strategic thinking and scalable and sustainable planning, as well as a passion for and commitment to advancing digital scholarship in a flexible, media-rich, studio-based, hands-on art and design environment.

“NO CLOSING DATE / OPEN UNTIL FILLED”
LINK TO FULL JOB DESCRIPTION: http://www.cca.edu/about/jobs/77525

San Diego State University Library – Health & Life Sciences Librarian

June 1, 2014

San Diego State University Library is seeking applications for the position of Health & Life Sciences Librarian. This position will provide reference, library instruction, outreach, and collection development for the health sciences, life sciences and related fields. The Health & Life Sciences Librarian will also work at the general reference desk and provide undergraduate information literacy instruction.

The successful candidate will have an ALA accredited Master’s degree or equivalent international degree; an undergraduate or graduate degree in the life sciences, a related health discipline, or at least two years’ experience in an equivalent research library; an understanding of the current research, information sources, and scholarly trends in the fields of health and the life sciences; knowledge of emerging issues and technologies in science librarianship; strong communication, interpersonal, and presentation skills; ability to work effectively in collegial environments; and a commitment to fostering diversity.

Job details at http://library.sdsu.edu/sites/default/files/HealthSciencesLibrarian_Advertfinal.pdf

San Diego State University is a major public research institution offering bachelor’s degrees in 89 areas, master’s degrees in 78 areas and doctorates in 21 areas. Its 34,000 students participate in research, international experiences, entrepreneurship initiatives, and a broad range of student life and leadership opportunities. For more information visit http://advancement.sdsu.edu/AandD/index.html

San Diego is California’s second largest city with a population of 1.3 million residents. Find out more about San Diego at http://www.sandiego.org/articles/about-san-diego-ca.aspx


West Coast University, Los Angeles South (Vermont) Campus – Librarian

June 1, 2014

West Coast University, a private university with the singular focus of educating health care professionals, is currently seeking a Librarian for our Los Angeles South (Vermont) Campus. This is an outstanding opportunity for a professional to join a growing university as we expand our academic programs in health care and related fields.

 

Job Summary: Reporting directly to the Campus Academic Dean, plans, implements and coordinates the daily operations of the Learning Resource Center (LRC); develops, interprets and administers LRC policies, procedures, issues and activities; provides appropriate learning resources services with pertinent resources such as texts, journals, and periodicals; multi-media and/or electronic resources; computers; internet access, research databases; and other similar resources and equipment for students, faculty, and staff; and ensures applicable records administration in accordance with school policies and procedures and all applicable federal, state and accrediting agencies standards and regulations. Provides excellent customer service in order to increase student retention in accordance with the mission and purpose of the school. Ensures consistency of service and resources with other campuses. Participates in meetings with faculty and associates intended to ensure appropriate integration into the academic enterprise.

 

Qualifications:

  • Master’s Degree in Library Science (MLIS) from an accredited institution required
  • Three to five years of progressively responsible related experience in a library setting
  • Knowledge of library functions including cataloging, bibliographic instruction, use of Internet, use of online databases, and ability to provide reference services
  • Knowledge of principles and practices of library science and technology and their application to use of reference tools, book selection criteria and methodology, and common library resources
  • Knowledge of policies and procedures of the library and applicable state, federal and local laws, rules and regulations
  • Demonstrated ability to provide exceptional service to students, faculty and associates
  • Knowledge of publishing and resources for library materials; methods and techniques of research, statistical analysis and report presentation
  • Proficient skills and experience in Microsoft Office computer software systems that includes word processing, spreadsheets, and presentation software

Your daily reward will be the personal satisfaction of having a chance to make a difference to yourself, your team, and to a group of students who expect an outstanding education.

Full-time associates are eligible for an exceptional benefits package which includes:

 

Health, dental and vision plan

Vacation, sick and holiday schedule

Tuition Reimbursement

401(k) Plan with employer match

Flexible Spending Account

Long/short term disability and more

 

To apply online please visit our Careers page: http://ch.tbe.taleo.net/CH08/ats/careers/requisition.jsp?org=ACCWCU&cws=4&rid=4158.

To learn more about our University please visit our website: http://www.westcoastuniversity.edu.

To speak with a member of our team, please contact Carolyn Aranda, Talent Acquisition Partner, at cAranda@westcoastuniversity.edu

 

West Coast University is proud to be an equal opportunity employer, and we seek candidates who desire to work in and serve an ethnically-diverse population.

 

 


Humanities & Germanic Studies Librarian

June 1, 2014

Humanities & Germanic Studies Librarian – Library
University of California, Berkeley
Hiring Range: Associate Librarian I — Associate Librarian V
$53,116 – $65,801 per annum, based upon qualifications
This is a full time appointment available starting August 2014.
The University of California, Berkeley seeks a collaborative, service-oriented librarian to provide research support to the UC Berkeley community and to develop, promote, and enhance access to library collections that meet the university’s teaching and research needs, with an emphasis on Germanic Studies in particular and humanities in general.

The Environment

The UC Berkeley Library is an internationally renowned research and teaching facility at one of the nation’s premier public universities. In a highly diverse and intellectually rich environment, Berkeley serves a campus community of 25,500 undergraduate students, 10,300 graduate students, and a faculty of 1,500. The Library comprises 20 campus libraries – including the Doe/Moffitt Libraries, the Bancroft Library, the C. V. Starr East Asian Library and subject specialty libraries. With a collection of more than 11 million volumes and a collections budget of over $15 million, the Library offers extensive collections in all formats and robust services to connect users with those collections and build their related research skills. Discover more about the Library via our Web site: http://www.lib.berkeley.edu.

Responsibilities

The Humanities & Germanic Studies Librarian has primary responsibility for providing user-centered services in support of research, teaching, and scholarship related to countries where German, Dutch, and the Scandinavian languages are spoken. Cultivating and sustaining connections with faculty and students associated with key academic departments and centers — such as the German Department, Dutch Studies Program, Scandinavian Department, and Institute of European Studies — is critical to meeting the research and curricular needs of these scholars. The librarian provides research consultations for faculty, graduate students, and undergraduate students; develops guides and web pages to facilitate user access to resources; offers orientations and instructional sessions; and contributes to reference services for the humanities and social sciences in the Doe/Moffitt Libraries.

The Humanities & Germanic Studies Librarian selects materials in all formats that are appropriate to the research and teaching needs of the UC Berkeley campus. Materials are acquired through firm orders and approval plans with consideration of consortial agreements with libraries in the University of California System, Stanford University, and national organizations such as the German/North American Research Partnership administered through the Center for Research Libraries. In order to effectively enhance access to the collection of print and digital materials and identify which materials should be shelved off-campus, the librarian works collaboratively with other campus colleagues specializing in social sciences, humanities, area studies, and international documents. The librarian maintains an awareness of scholarly communication issues, and identifies relevant online resources to purchase through campus funds or in group agreements within the California Digital Library and the Center for Research Libraries.

Reporting to the Head of the Arts & Humanities Division, this position will collaborate frequently with colleagues in that division as well as with colleagues in the Social Sciences Division. The successful candidate will assume responsibility for additional liaison and selection areas in the humanities as best matches his or her expertise, and will become the division’s leader for a core issue such as scholarly communication, instruction, user experience, or digital humanities.

UC Berkeley librarians are expected to participate in library-wide planning and governance, and work effectively in a shared decision-making environment. Advancement in the Librarian series is based in part on professional contributions beyond the primary assignment. The successful candidate will show evidence or promise of such contributions to the Library, campus, UC System, and profession.
Minimum Basic Qualification Required by Time of Application

  • MLS or equivalent degree from an ALA-accredited institution

Additional Required Qualifications

  • Demonstrated comprehension of and competency in German
  • Experience participating in collection development in an academic or research library
  • Experience providing reference and instructional services related to humanities, social sciences, and/or area studies in an academic or research library environment
  • Experience developing innovative services to enhance research and/or teaching
  • Demonstrated understanding of the information needs of researchers studying topics in humanities and area studies fields
  • Demonstrated commitment to providing highly responsive public service
  • Demonstrated ability to work effectively with diverse staff and campus user communities
  • Capacity to thrive in an environment of change and respond effectively to shifting needs and priorities
  • Excellent analytical, organizational, problem solving, and communication skills

Additional Preferred Qualifications

  • Degree in an area studies-related field (such as language, history, culture, or literature)
  • Demonstrated knowledge of and interest in exploring ways technologies are affecting research methods and scholarship in the humanities
  • Demonstrated comprehension of and competency in other non-English languages of Germany, Austria, the Netherlands, Belgium, Luxembourg, Finland, Sweden, Norway and Denmark
  • Familiarity with book trade and bibliographic resources of countries of these regions (Germany, Austria, the Netherlands, Belgium, Luxembourg, Finland, Sweden, Norway and Denmark)
  • Knowledge of initiatives and trends related to research in international and area studies fields and to the evolving scholarly communication landscape
  • Knowledge of cataloging and access issues for non-English language materials
  • Experience with cooperative library agreements at the regional, national, or international level
  • Demonstrated record of success planning and implementing projects
  • Experience in grant writing and fundraising

The Library at the University of California, Berkeley is committed to the support and encouragement of a multicultural environment and seeks candidates who can make positive and imaginative contributions in a context of ethnic and cultural diversity.

Professional librarians at UC are academic appointees and are represented by an exclusive bargaining agent, University Council – American Federation of Teachers (UC-AFT). This position is in the bargaining unit.

Librarians are entitled to appropriate professional development leave, two days per month vacation leave, one day per month sick leave, and all other benefits granted non-faculty academic personnel. The University has an excellent retirement system and sponsors a variety of group health, dental, vision, and life insurance plans in addition to other benefits.

DEADLINE: The initial review date for this position is June 16, 2014. All completed applications received by this date will be given full consideration; this recruitment will remain open until filled.

Submit applications online at https://aprecruit.berkeley.edu/apply/JPF00438.

Applications must include a cover letter detailing a statement of qualifications, curriculum vitae noting degrees and relevant work experience, and the names and contact information of three references who are knowledgeable about the applicant’s qualifications for this position.

The University of California is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability, age or protected veteran status. For the complete University of California nondiscrimination and affirmative action policy see:
http://policy.ucop.edu/doc/4000376/NondiscrimAffirmAct.

Send inquiries to:

Susan E. Wong
Director, Library Human Resources
Library Human Resources Department
110 Doe Library
University of California
Berkeley, CA 94720-6000
librec@library.berkeley.edu
(510) 642-3778