Two Positions – Maryland

Position: Learning Commons Assistant
Location: Goucher College, Baltimore, Maryland

Originally posted on the Maryland Library Association listserv.

Goucher College seeks a learning commons assistant to enhance the evening services of the College Library. The Library’s mission is to provide academic and technological resources and services that allow the college community to achieve its teaching, learning, research, professional, and community-service goals. The learning commons assistant will contribute to this mission in a variety of ways.

Reporting to the research & user services librarian, the learning commons assistant will supervise the Learning Commons and the general Library during evening hours, working Sunday through Thursday, 5:00pm – 10:00pm, during fall and spring class sessions. Occasional additional hours may be required for training. The incumbent will ensure a welcoming and respectful environment, assist library patrons, provide basic research assistance, and ensure building security. The incumbent will also supervise Library student employees, assist writing center tutors as necessary, and maintains evening statistics.

To apply for this part-time position, go to: http://goucher.interviewexchange.com/jobofferdetails.jsp?JOBID=88443

Position: Head of Reference and Education Services
Location: Beneficial-Hodson Library at Hood College, Frederick, Maryland

Originally posted on the Maryland Library Association listserv.

Under the direction of the Library Director, the full-time Head of Reference and Education Services leads and supervises the team that plans, coordinates, and provides reference services and research skills instruction; provides faculty outreach and develops collaborative teaching and learning opportunities inside and outside of the classroom; works with Reference colleagues, the Director, and the Consortium Manager in managing the library’s electronic resources, including serials, databases, the discovery system, and the proxy server; coordinates the recruitment, scheduling, training, management, and evaluation of part-time student employees in the reference department; works with the Director and the library staff in strategic planning and policy development; selects reference materials, including databases, for acquisition. Some evening work required. Weekend work may be required on occasion, and the librarian will participate in the inclement weather rotation.

Check here for details and application instructions: https://re11.ultipro.com/HOO1003/JobBoard/JobDetails.aspx?__ID=*C19D4FEE07F7F9B7

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