Two Positions – Maryland and Washington, D.C.

Position: Reference and Instruction Librarian
Location: Harford Community College
Salary: $18.04 – $20.74 (Hourly Wage)

Full vacancy announcement available at ALA Joblist:

Reference and Instruction Librarian

Harford Community College, a mid-size, comprehensive college with a focus on access and excellence, celebrates 60 years in 2017. Our core values are lifelong learning, integrity, excellence, diversity, communication, collaboration, and service. The College serves as a true anchor institution in the vibrant community of Harford County, Maryland. The beautiful Bel Air, MD, campus is convenient to Baltimore, MD; Philadelphia, PA; Washington, DC; and Wilmington, DE.

Harford Community College is seeking a customer service-oriented individual to join our library staff. Responsibilities include providing reference/research assistance to students, faculty, staff, and community patrons in person and by electronic communications; assisting library patrons in using information and technology resources; and teaching information literacy/library instruction sessions. The reference & instruction librarian also serves as an embedded librarian in online courses, assists in the development of course guides and other user guides and in collection development.

Work schedule is approximately 20 hours per week, to include at least one evening per week and five to six weekend days during each semester.

Position: Data Analyst

Location: Institute of Museum and Library Services – Washington, D.C.
Salary Range: $77,490.00 to $100,736.00 / Per Year
Closes: Tuesday 8/23/2016

Full vacancy announcement available at USAJOBS:

As the Data Analyst, you will be responsible for unleashing IMLS data for the benefit of IMLS stakeholders and the American public and serving on the front line as the agency’s data analyst. To accelerate the progress of IMLS’ open data work, you will:

* Make IMLS data and information open and machine-readable by default.

* Develop innovative data products, services, visualizations, and other materials from diverse data sources.

* Share and disseminate data and results.

* Analyze library and museum data using a geographic information system (GIS) to identify and explain disparities not readily evident from the data.

* Lead “data walks” and other data sense-making sessions with stakeholders to discuss data and bring it to life.

* Define useful measurements and questions of interest that impact museums and libraries.

Elizabeth Lyons
Phone: 202-653-4676