Cataloging and Metadata Coordinator, San Francisco State

September 10, 2020

Cataloging and Metadata Coordinator, Non-Tenure Track

San Francisco State University’s J. Paul Leonard Library is a busy, teaching-oriented institution supporting a community of 25,000 students as well as faculty and staff. The collections include more than one million items in all formats, including an extensive collection of online databases and full-text resources. The SFSU library uses and contributes to Ex Libris’ Alma/Primo, which is shared by all 23 libraries in the CSU System.

Position Summary

The Cataloging and Metadata Coordinator provides leadership to the cataloging unit and lead work direction to cataloging staff. In addition to performing original cataloging and complex metadata creation, the Cataloging and Metadata Coordinator will lead planning, evaluation, and implementation of metadata and cataloging policies, standards, procedures, and workflows, as well as represent the library in implementing CSU-wide consortial level cataloging policies and procedures, such as those related to the shared Ex Libris Alma/Primo Unified Library Management System (ULMS).

Responsibilities include:

  • Provide original and complex copy cataloging in a contemporary MARC-based environment according to national, consortial, and local standards.
  • Lead planning, evaluation, and implementation of metadata and cataloging policies, standards, procedures, and workflows.
  • Provide lead work direction to staff in the cataloging unit.
  • Implement, assess, and refine metadata workflows, policies, and procedures for the library’s digital collections, including special collections.
  • Lead the library in implementing CSU-wide consortial level cataloging policies and procedures, such as those related to the shared ExLibris Alma/Primo Unified Library Management System (ULMS).
  • Contribute to committees, working groups, and task forces for the library, university, CSU, and ULMS projects, while also actively participating in library planning.
  • Maintain current knowledge of the development of national and international standards for cataloging, metadata, and linked data.

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Assistant Program Director, Instruction Services, UC San Diego

September 10, 2020

Assistant Program Director, Instruction Services
Academic Engagement and Learning Services (AELS)

 The University of California, San Diego Library seeks creative, collaborative, and service-oriented applicants for the position of Assistant Program Director of Instruction Services for our Academic Engagement and Learning Services (AELS) Program (Assistant, Associate or Full Librarian). AELS is a new program that blends research support and learning services with academic outreach and liaison services. This position offers opportunities to provide leadership in AELS strategic program development and to participate in delivering AELS services.

Responsibilities of the Position – The Assistant Program Director (APD) for Instruction Services is responsible for developing and facilitating the vision of Instruction Services in the Library. In partnership with the AELS Program Director and program members, the APD provides strategic leadership on instructional design, educational technologies, pedagogy, and incorporating equity, diversity and inclusion focused teaching methods into library instruction. The position includes approximately 25% time as a subject librarian providing liaison services.

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Director of Resource Acquisition and Discovery Services, UC Santa Barbara

September 10, 2020

The Library of the University of California, Santa Barbara, seeks an innovative, user-focused, forward-looking, and collaborative professional for an exciting opportunity to serve as Director of Resource Acquisition and Discovery Services. We invite candidates with initiative, inventive thinking, and a passion for collaboration to join the University’s global mission of leadership and academic excellence. The position reports to the Associate University Librarian for Research Resources & Scholarly Communication.

Full information: https://recruit.ap.ucsb.edu/JPF01830


Collection Strategist Librarian, UC Santa Barbara

September 10, 2020

The Library of the University of California, Santa Barbara, seeks an innovative, forward-looking, service-oriented, and collaborative professional for an exciting opportunity to serve as Collection Strategist Librarian with an emphasis on the humanities or social sciences. Reporting to the Director of Collection Strategies, the position will be one of a team of two Collection Strategists, an Analytics Coordinator, and a Library Assistant. The Strategist contributes to the allocation of Library resources for the acquisition and management of diverse collections. The Strategist will work collaboratively and closely with other Library departments, and with faculty and students in a highly interdisciplinary research community renowned for its academic excellence and global impact.

Full information: https://recruit.ap.ucsb.edu/JPF01828


Director of Collection Strategies, UC Santa Barbara

September 10, 2020

The Library of the University of California, Santa Barbara, seeks an innovative, forward-looking, service-oriented, and collaborative professional for an exciting opportunity to serve as Director of Collection Strategies. The position reports to the Associate University Librarian for Research Resources & Scholarly Communication. The incumbent will cultivate a culture of assessment for a broader concept of library content that includes general research collections and advocacy for Open Access.

Full information: https://recruit.ap.ucsb.edu/JPF01829


Electronic Resources Management Librarian, UC Santa Barbara

September 10, 2020

Reporting to the Director of Content Management Services (CMS), the Electronic Resources Management (ERM) Librarian oversees the lifecycle of the library’s electronic resources, including licensing, acquisitions, access, administration, and support. The ERM Librarian collaborates with CMS, Collection Strategies, and others to advance current and emerging models for e-resources management. As the University of California implements a shared ILS over the next two years, and also re-architects its electronic resource discovery and requesting systems, the ERM Librarian will have the opportunity to contribute to creating the UC’s next generation of discovery to delivery platforms and user experience.

For full information: https://recruit.ap.ucsb.edu/JPF01759


Digital Curriculum Program Coordinator

September 2, 2020

Department: Digital Library Program

Rank and Salary: Assistant Librarian to Associate Librarian ($56,665 – $86,788)

Position Availability: Immediately

Application deadline for first consideration: September 2, 2020

 Position Duration: Temporary (one-year) position

The UCLA Library seeks a collaborative, enthusiastic, and creative individual who is experienced in digital pedagogy and has experience working in a large public higher education institution.

Reporting to the Head of the Digital Library Program, the Digital Curriculum Program Coordinator (DCPC) will develop a curricular support program for the next two academic years that connects the digital resources curated and published by the Digital Library Program with teaching on the UCLA campus. The DCPC will address a current and urgent need to support instructional design and learning modules for remote instruction, online learning, and blended teaching models. The incumbent will use skills of instructional design and multimedia development to leverage the wide array of digital content from the UCLA Library and the Film and Television Archive to develop effective teaching and learning activities for use by UCLA faculty and instructors.

The DCPC will work collaboratively within the UCLA Library, which has a wide array of instructional support and outreach specialists spanning several departments and teams. The DCPC will serve as an outreach specialist for using open access and digital primary sources in teaching across the UCLA campus. The incumbent will seek out partnerships with research and teaching organizations across the UCLA campus, including but not limited to the Digital Research Consortium, the Digital Humanities program, the Graduate School of Education and Information Studies, the UCLA Excellence in Pedagogy and Innovative Classrooms Program, and the UCLA Online Teaching & Learning Program. Working with scholars across the UCLA campus, the DCPC will provide support for incorporating digital resources into the curriculum and will provide pathways for campus entities to use library services (Data Science, ML/AI, GIS, AR/VR).  The DCPC will demonstrate a high degree of collaboration and diplomacy as well as demonstrate effective problem analysis and creative solutions.

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Instruction and Engagement Librarian

September 2, 2020

Department: William Andrews Clark Memorial Library

Rank and Salary: Assistant Librarian to Librarian ($55,014 to $84,507)

Position Availability: Immediately

Application Deadline for first consideration: September 10, 2020

UCLA’s William Andrews Clark Memorial Library seeks an energetic, creative, culturally competent, and service-oriented professional to develop and administer an instruction and engagement program using the holdings and other resources of the Clark Library to support the teaching, research, and community engagement mission of the university. The incumbent will expand the use of the Clark Library beyond its existing audience and raise awareness of the Clark Library as a unique educational resource at UCLA for users from around the world.

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