Librarian (Music Reader Services)- Library of Congress

Position: Librarian (Music Reader Services)
Location: Library of Congress, Washington, DC
Salary Range: $66,510.00 to $86,460.00 / Per Year

Full vacancy announcement available at USAJOBS: https://www.usajobs.gov/GetJob/ViewDetails/470327300

The incumbent provides service directly to consumers of the National Library Service for the Blind and Physically Handicapped and serves as a knowledgeable resource in the specialized area of special format music scores and books for individuals who are blind or physically handicapped. Services are rendered in person, or by correspondence, telephone, or electronic media. Requests originate from the blind and physically handicapped consumers and the NLS network libraries serving them; Congress; U.S. and foreign government agencies; national and International academic, research, and scientific institutions; the professional and business communities; and from the general public. The incumbent exercises initiative, tact, and flexibility in meeting the reference requirements of constituents ranging from students to experts to their fields. The incumbent maintains an in-depth knowledge of the operation and resources of the Music Section and of NLS as a whole, including applications of computer technology to library information and office services.

Research, Education and Outreach Librarian (School of Nursing Liaison)- University of Maryland, Baltimore

Position: Research, Education and Outreach Librarian (School of Nursing Liaison)
Location: University of Maryland, Baltimore
Salary Range: $50,000 – $52,000 depending on experience

Full vacancy announcement available at ALA Joblist.

The Research, Education, and Outreach (REO) Librarian/Liaison to the School of Nursing is a member of the liaison program advancing the Library’s efforts to anticipate and fulfill its research support, instruction, and outreach missions. The Library serves the schools of dentistry, medicine, nursing, pharmacy, social work, and the graduate school. The person in this position is a co-liaison to the University of Maryland School of Nursing (UMSON). The UMSON is the largest nursing school in Maryland and offers nationally ranked programs at the Bachelor’s, Master’s and Doctoral level. The school excels in research, collaborating on interdisciplinary teams throughout the university and nationally.

The successful candidate for this position will provide students, faculty, and staff with expertise and leadership in the areas of research support, information literacy, scholarly communication, and health informatics. S/he will collaborate with colleagues within the seven-member REO department and throughout the HS/HSL to develop and deliver innovative programs and services. S/he advances institutional and School priorities, facilitates community engagement, and pursues relevant professional and scholarly activities.

Three Library Positions – Maryland

TITLE: Library Associate I, Detention Center
GRADE: Grade 7 (part time, no benefits)
FLSA: Non-Exempt
DATE: 3-3-17
REPORTS TO: Outreach Services Librarian
Salary range: $10-$15 per hour
Deadline: May 31, 2017

The application is on the county website – http://www.wicomicocounty.org/

Originally posted on the Maryland Library Association listserv.

Job Summary: Provides customer support and information services to the inmates at the Wicomico County Detention Center

Essential Functions:
1. Maintains the library book program.
2. Provides assistance using the online and print resources for basic legal information.
3. Provides assistance in obtaining printed copies of materials as needed.
4. Provides formal and informal instruction in use of Library electronic resources,
5. May participate in collection development, materials selection, weeding, displays, and other collection related activities as assigned.
6. Cataloguing of books for the book program.
7. Ability to research legal topics.
8. Participates in professional development opportunities, including workshops, classes, conferences, and online learning resources as available; and
9. Other related duties as necessary. County has the right to determine what services will be provided.

Required Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:

Ability to use and teach use of print and electronic library resources; ability to work with detention center inmates; ability to maintain effective working relationships with staff, ability to work independently and without direct supervision; excellent communication and interpersonal skills; ability to solve problems, negotiate situations and issues, and make independent judgments and decisions.

Education and Experience:

1. Bachelor’s degree or two year’s relevant verifiable experience required

Physical and Environmental Conditions:

Position based at Wicomico County Detention Center, reporting to the Deputy Director of Programs and Services. Some travel may be required for continuing education, meetings, community events, and related activities. Light physical effort in the handling of light materials or boxes up to 30 pounds.


Position: Library/Preservation Technician

Location: LAC Federal – Landover, MD

Originally posted on the Maryland Library Association listserv.

LAC Federal is seeking an experienced Library/Preservation Technician to work at a prestigious Federal library in the Landover, MD area. This is a 9 month full time (40 hour a week; Monday to Friday) benefited position.

RESPONSIBILITIES:

The technician will follow defined procedures to support a project assessing, processing and rehousing library and archival materials including brittle or damaged items.
The Technician will track progress using a variety of excel files and other databases.

REQUIRED:

Minimum of 1 year working with library or archival collections
Minimum of 1 year working with fragile and/or brittle library materials
Experience with basic physical processing including affixing labels, shifting, etc.
Basic computer skills and experience with spreadsheets and databases
Excellent written and oral skills
Ability to follow instructions with exact detail

Please apply online at: https://goo.gl/6pnEIe


Position: Senior Library Technician

Location: LAC Federal – Landover, MD

Originally posted on the Maryland Library Association listserv.

LAC Federal is seeking an experienced Senior Library Technician to work at a prestigious Federal library in the Landover, MD area. This is a 9 month full time (40 hour a week; Monday to Friday) benefited position.

RESPONSIBILITIES:

The Senior Library Technician will supervise a small team to support a project assessing, processing and rehousing library and archival materials including brittle or damaged items.
In addition to assisting in the processing and rehousing work, the Senior Library Technician will be responsible for quality control and regular reports to the Library.
The Technician will track progress using a variety of excel files and other databases and prepare regular reports.

REQUIRED:

Minimum of 2 years working with library or archival collections doing processing and/or rehousing in a major research library
Experience managing staff
Ability to address performance and personnel issues including quality assurance and productivity
Ability to compile statistical data to produce daily, weekly, monthly and annual reports
Minimum of 1 year working with fragile and/or brittle library materials
Experience with basic physical processing including affixing labels, shifting, etc.
Basic computer skills and experience with spreadsheets and databases
Excellent written and oral communication skills
Ability to follow instructions with exact detail

Please apply online at: https://goo.gl/1kKF2A

Two Law Library Positions – Washington, D.C.

Position: Reference Librarian & Instructional Services Coordinator
Location: Georgetown Law Library – Washington, D.C.

Georgetown Law Library has an opening for a Reference Librarian & Instructional Services Coordinator:

Requirements

Reference Librarian & Instructional Services Coordinator, Georgetown Law Library – Georgetown University Law Center

Georgetown Law Library is one of the country’s premier legal research institutions, with a dynamic staff of over 50 people and a collection exceeding one million volumes. We strive to live up to our motto: “Supporting Scholarship, Excelling in Service, Leading in Technology.”

The Reference Librarian & Instructional Services Coordinator, assigned to the Edward Bennett Williams Law Library, is a member of a diverse reference and research services staff of 14 librarians from different professional backgrounds and with wide ranging interests and areas of expertise. Under the direct supervision of the Head of Reference, the Librarian is an essential member of the Reference team, which provides extensive legal reference services in a fast-paced, dynamic environment; and assists with managing law library instructional programs and reference services as needed. Duties include but are not limited to:

Performs promotion, outreach, and coordination of instructional services with Law Center faculty and staff, including management of fall orientation activities for over 600 students.
Provides oversight for legal research instruction (e.g., specialized courses, clinics), and participates in the first-year legal research and writing program and journal liaison program for one of the largest law schools in the nation.
Participates in the reference desk rotation (including evenings and weekends); conducts individual research consultations, and writes research guides.
Serves as the primary contact for designated faculty members in a liaison program to meet research and scholarship needs, and works with the Library Research Services team to coordinate in-depth faculty research projects.
Participates in the library’s collection development in assigned subject areas.

Requirements

J.D. from an ABA-accredited law school or non-U.S. J.D. equivalent; and Master’s degree from an ALA-accredited school of library and/or information studies or non-U.S. Master’s degree equivalent
5+ years of reference and/or teaching experience in an academic law library – related professional experience may be considered as a substitute (Candidates with less than 5 years of experience, but a combination of compelling work history and job skills, will be considered)
Experience with legal research materials, including online legal databases
Knowledge of legal materials
Excellent communication and instructional skills

Salary is commensurate with experience and qualifications. Georgetown provides a comprehensive and highly competitive benefits package to help provide employees with work-life balance, including child care through professional, licensed on-site day care; tuition assistance for employees and their dependent children; retirement savings in which the university contributes up to 10 percent of an employee’s gross pay; and alternative work schedules (e.g., telework). Reference Librarians hold Academic & Administrative Professionals (AAP) appointments. The start date is negotiable.

The position receives annual funding and leave for professional development and training. As well, the Law Library also supports administrative leave for scholarly research and writing, and full-time librarians may apply for up to 2 weeks of administrative leave after 1 year of continuous service. The Reference Librarian & Instructional Services Coordinator is encouraged to participate as a member of Law Library and Law Center committees to grow and contribute to community life.

Applications must include a cover letter, a current resume – recommend submitting as a single document. Include in the letter the names and contact information for 3 references. Priority will be given to applications received by June 15, 2017. The position will remain open until filled.
https://georgetown.wd1.myworkdayjobs.com/en-US/Georgetown_Admin_Careers/job/Law-Center/Reference-Librarian—Instructional-Services-Coordinator–Georgetown-Law-Library—Georgetown-University-Law-Center_JR00286

Position: Research Analyst
Location: Arnold & Porter Kaye Scholer LLP – Washington, D.C.

Originally posted on the Law Librarians’ Society of Washington, D.C. Jobline:

http://www.llsdc.org/llsdc-jobline

Arnold & Porter Kaye Scholer is looking for a Research Analyst to work as part an energetic, creative and service orientated team. The Research Analyst is primarily responsible for responding to reference and research requests from attorneys, legal assistants and administrative personnel firm-wide and also assists with current awareness monitoring, collection development and other department activities. This position can be located in the Washington, DC office or Tallahassee Operations Center.

Applicants should submit a resume, cover letter and writing sample.

Major responsibilities include:

Performing legal, business and scientific reference and research using a variety of free and fee-based databases and web sites.
Handling document delivery and interlibrary loans.
Helping patrons use the resources.
Assisting with current awareness services by developing requests and monitoring results.
Participating in collection development activities, reviewing products and recommending changes to the collection.
Contributing to the development of content for the intranet.

Qualifications:

MLS or equivalent from an ALA accredited school.
Two plus years recent, professional level legal and business research experience, preferably in a law firm or other similar environment.
Demonstrated ability to use a wide range of print and online resources, including Westlaw, LexisAdvance, Law 360, Wolters Kluwer, Bloomberg BNA, and other digital tools in a cost-effective manner.
Comfortable using Microsoft Office applications, especially Word, Outlook and Excel.
Strong client service skills.
Ability to work independently and as part of a team, prioritizing multiple projects and assignments.
Ability to analyze, cull and summarize search results.
Excellent oral and written communication skills.
Flexibility to work additional hours as necessary.

Click here to apply: https://selfapply.aporter.com/videsktop/viRecruitSelfApply/ReApplicantEmail.aspx?Tag=D4565E21435D4244ADD27AB7892BA4F0

Four Library Positions – Washington, D.C.

Position: Law Librarian
Location: LAC Group – Washington, D.C.

Full vacancy announcement available at the LAC Group website:

Law Librarian

LAC Federal is seeking an experienced Law Librarian with expertise in the use of SharePoint to manage and track legal document workflows, and to create and populate legal and administrative forms in Adobe, Microsoft Word, InfoPath and other tools. This is a 1-2 year full time position (40 hour a week; Monday-Friday) benefited.

Responsibilities

Responsible for Knowledge Management using SharePoint to support office staff
Create and maintain digital libraries containing relevant documents and articles on specific legal topics
Train staff on the use of the KM tools and other information products
Provide research assistance.

Qualifications

Education Qualifications:
Juris Doctor (JD) degree
OR
Masters of Library and Information Science (MLIS) with a Special Certificate in Law Librarianship

OR
Two years as a professional law librarian
Minimum of 2 years administering, maintaining, and updating a knowledge management system (SharePoint strongly preferred)
Proven ability to learn quickly and adapt to new situation
Prior experience with federal criminal law and litigation
A solid understanding of legal documentation
Candidate may substitute 3 years of work of experience managing a knowledge management system for the above Education Qualifications provided they also have:
Three years of equivalent professional level experience working as a law librarian; OR
A Bachelor’s Degree from an accredited college or university
OR
Paralegal Certificate from an ABA-approved program.
Recently completing a Federal Background Investigation a plus


Position: Supervisory Librarian

Location: Government Accountability Office – Washington, D.C.
Salary Range: $117,040.00 to $161,900.00 / Per Year
Closes: Friday 6/2/2017

Full vacancy announcement available at USAJOBS:

https://www.usajobs.gov/GetJob/ViewDetails/469970600

This position is located in GAO’s Applied Research and Methods (ARM) team. ARM contributes to the overall quality of the information that GAO provides in support of Congressional and Federal agency decision making; and provides objective support to GAO teams. The team is led by the Managing Director, who directs the design and execution of appropriate methodologies that help GAO reports and other documents improve government operations through subordinate operational centers: the Center for Design, Methods and Analysis; the Center for Economics; the Center for Evaluation Methods and Issues; the Center for Enhanced Analytics; and the Center for Science, Technology and Engineering. The centers offer expertise in many areas including cost analysis, engagement design, economics, data analysis, evaluation, science, statistics, surveys, technology, engineering, and IT security.


Position: Research Librarian

Location: LAC Group – Washington D.C.

Full vacancy announcement available at the LAC Group website:

Research Librarian

LAC Federal is seeking a Research Librarian for a major library in Washington, D.C. to provide research and reference services to client staff using his/her knowledge of data, news and bibliographic resources to meet the information needs. Work will be performed on site. This is a full-time term position NTE 1 year, and is eligible for PTO and benefits.

Duties:

Meets the information needs and provide state-of-the-art library research services to client staff by:
Responding to client’s requests for information using a variety of print, electronic and data resources including economic and financial databases or services like Moody’s, S&P, Fitch, DataStream, Capital IQ, etc.
Evaluating, developing and implementing research projects as well as integrating library contents on institutional web sites
Develops information products and deliver library services by:
Creating information products, such as research guides, customized information packages, quick reference tools etc., to meet immediate and ongoing information needs of the staff
Working closely with the departments on best ways of making library electronic resources available via their information/knowledge sharing systems (Intranet, SharePoint sites, mobile devices, etc.)
Increase effectiveness of use of library services by participating in the Library training and outreach projects.

Qualifications:

MLS or related degree with 2+ years’ experience in research and reference with a focus on economics or related subjects
Experience evaluating user interactions with electronic information systems
Familiarity with economic and financial data concepts and experience using and managing commercial data services
Ability to logically organize and work with large quantities of data is an asset
Ability to interview users to understand their information needs
Ability to evaluate and search news, bibliographic, data and statistical services and deliver research and reference services
Excellent interpersonal and communication skills and the ability to contribute in a team-based environment.


Position: Deputy Director, Office of Library Services

Location: Institute of Museum and Library Services – Washington, D.C.

Originally posted on the Maryland Library Association listserv.

We’re looking for our new Deputy Director, Office of Library Services—someone to help us reach and engage the library, archives and related information services sectors across the country This key role translates IMLS goals and strategies into planning, executes on a grant-making portfolio, assesses effectiveness, and helps inform IMLS’s research and policy work. You’ll oversee a productive team of staff working on the Grants to States Program, the Native American and Native Hawaiian Library grants, the National Leadership Grants for Libraries, and The Laura Bush 21st Century Librarian grant program as well as contribute to cross agency initiatives.
Do you have a background in helping libraries and/or archives provide essential services to the public?
Knowledge of the roles of professional development and technology capabilities in deepening and broadening the reach and impact of libraries and archives? In addition to having a master’s degree in library science, do you have expertise in the integral roles of libraries in areas such as workforce development, early learning, financial literacy, community wellbeing, educational resources, and community identity?
Come join our team in a leadership role and help support these vital institutions.

Who are we? The Institute of Museum and Library Services (IMLS) is a federal agency that helps ensure that all Americans have access to museum, library, and information services. We’re an independent grant-making agency and the primary source of federal support for the nation’s approximately 123,000 libraries and 35,000 museums. Through our work with individuals, institutions, and communities across the country, we have a role to play in enhancing the work of individual libraries and archives as well as the support the field as a whole.

What’s the work? Your responsibilities would cross strategic and managerial, individual and team-based: work with peer leaders across the agency to develop agency-wide goals, strategies and plans and oversee the management of all OLS grants programs, ensuring compliance with federal regulations, and determining opportunities for dissemination of project results, research findings, and best practices. You’d monitor the overall effectiveness of the OLS grant programs and guide the decision-making processes around program adjustments and development. Importantly, you’d ensure that the OLS programs are responsive to the needs of the library/achieve field and ultimately the communities and end users who benefit.
This role serves as the primary representative of the agency to the library and archives profession;
representing IMLS at national, regional, and international meetings related to the library community or its current issues. You’ll bring to the role your knowledge of the associations, networks, working groups, and consortia across public, school, and academic libraries and archives. In addition, you’ll draw upon experience formulating and implementing major internal program and policy initiatives, budget and personnel management, and in directing a library or archives organization in the accomplishment of short- and long-term objectives. You thrive upon networking with the field to glean ideas combined with using data analysis, trends investigation, and scenarios to understand options.
Acting as a “business owner” for OLS, this role ensures that agency priorities and strategic goals are achieved via an integrated OLS portfolio to support and engage the library/archive field using a diversity of vehicles (e.g., convening’s, speaking at conferences, engaging with current and future partners and stakeholder groups, open grants, out of cycle grants, cooperative agreements). It is also important to actively coach and mentor OLS staff and to foster a collaborative and positive working environment.
Interested candidates should contact Antoine Dotson, Director of Human Resources, for more details about theposition or to submit their resume and letter of interest: adotson@imls.gov Position open until filled.

Multiple Positions- Virginia

Position: Library Director
Location: City of Falls Church, VA
Salary & Benefits: $118,000+ per annum, depending on qualifications.

Full vacancy announcement available at ALA Joblist.

The City of Falls Church is recruiting for an experienced Library Director for the Mary Riley Styles Public Library, 120 N. Virginia Avenue in the City. The City has a population of approximately 14,000 and is located seven miles from Washington DC in Northern Virginia. The award winning library is a single building with 17.85 FTE, is open 64 hours a week, has a collection of 148,000 items, and 28,000 registered borrowers. It circulates about 470,000 items a year, answers about 67,000 reference questions a year, and has about 300,000 visits each year from City residents, and from residents of surrounding jurisdictions using the reciprocal borrowing agreements in place. Work is performed under the general supervision of the City Manager with monthly reports to the Library Board of Trustees, a seven member citizen body appointed by the City Council. This position oversees supervision of all library employees and works with a Library Management Team, composed of five library department supervisors. The Library Director is a member of the City’s Leadership Team and serves as an ex officio member of the Library Foundation. The Mary Riley Styles Public Library will be embarking on a 6,600 sq. ft. expansion and full renovation project, with architectural and engineering work starting fall 2017 and construction scheduled to begin in 2019.

Position: Librarians- Children’s, Adults, or Teens
Location: Loudoun County Government, Leesburg, VA
Hiring Range: $34,206-$49,002.

Full vacancy announcement available at ALA Joblist.

Positions are currently located at the Sterling Library and Gum Spring Library, but location is subject to change at any time based on LCPL operational needs. This job recruitment may also be used to fill future vacancies at any LCPL location.

Loudoun County Public Library (LCPL) is currently seeking energetic, creative, tech-savvy people with a passion for providing exceptional customer service to join us as a Children’s, Adult, or Teen Services Librarian. LCPL is committed to building community by promoting the joy of reading and learning. Serving as the community’s information center, LCPL provides free and equal access to a full variety of library resources and innovative technologies to enhance the quality of life and meet the informational, educational, and cultural interests of the entire community. These positions focus on services to children, adults and teens.

Position: Supervisory Position- Teen Services
Location: Loudoun County Government, Leesburg, VA
Salary: $46,304.00 – $67,567.00 (Yearly Salary)

Full vacancy announcement available at ALA Joblist.

Position is currently located at the Rust Library, but location is subject to change at any time based on LCPL operational needs. This job recruitment may also be used to fill future vacancies at any LCPL location.

Loudoun County Public Library seeks a proven leader for a full-time supervisory position to oversee Teen Services at the Rust Library. This position will support a fast-paced, dynamic environment which promotes learning and creativity, and creates opportunities for teens to be a part of the library. The successful candidate will have overall responsibility for the management and administration of programs and services for Teens in the branch including facilitating the use of technology such as video, audio, and gaming systems. This position will be responsible for the training, supervision and evaluation of department staff. Additionally, this position is part of the branch’s management team. The successful candidate must demonstrate commitment and knowledge of the mission of the public library in the 21st century.

Position: Special Collections Librarian
Location: Mount Vernon Ladies’ Association

Full vacancy announcement available at ALA Joblist.

The Special Collections Librarian is the lead administrator, scholar, and curator of rare books, manuscripts, newspapers, maps, ephemera, and other rare printed and rare published materials held at the Fred W. Smith National Library for the Study of George Washington at Mount Vernon. Reporting to the Chief Librarian and Archivist, the Librarian will oversee an extraordinary collection of approximately 14,000 rare items related to the life and legacy of George and Martha Washington, the Washington and Custis families, Mount Vernon, Colonial America, 18th Century Life, Slavery, the American Revolutionary War, and the Early Republic.

Multiple Positions- Maryland

Position: Research & Instruction Librarian
Location: Loyola Notre Dame Library, Baltimore, MD

Full vacancy announcement available at ALA Joblist.

The Loyola / Notre Dame Library seeks an experienced, energetic, creative and self-motivated librarian to fill a position within the Research & Instruction department. The successful candidate will provide user-centered services to a diverse population of undergraduates, graduates and faculty at Loyola University Maryland and Notre Dame of Maryland University.

Position Responsibilities:

  • Conduct course-related information literacy instruction; incorporating new approaches to teaching and learning into existing research & instruction programs including support of STEM campus initiatives.
  • Expand access to library services by becoming familiar with assigned liaison areas and their information needs.
  • Maintain current knowledge of the trends and issues in higher education, scholarly communication, online education, education technologies and research practices.
  • Provide general and subject specific reference and research support.
  • Participate in other department and library-wide initiatives.

Position: Cataloging Assistant
Location: Loyola Notre Dame Library, Baltimore, MD

Originally posted on the Maryland Library Association listserv.

The Loyola Notre Dame Library seeks a collaborative individual to support the Cataloging and
Metadata Unit. The Cataloging Assistant makes it possible for students and faculty to gain access to
the Library’s materials through timely and effective bibliographic description and organization. The
Cataloging Assistant will report to the Cataloging and Metadata Librarian and support effective
management of library holdings by performing copy cataloging of newly acquired materials in various
formats and learning metadata creation, correction, and removal standards and procedures.

Position: Strategic Business & Analytics Manager
Location: Ellicott City, Maryland
Salary: $65,753.00 – $115,299.00 (Yearly Salary)

Full vacancy announcement available at ALA Joblist

Description

  • Leads and oversees the strategic direction of HCLS’ materials portfolio
  • Leads the data collection and analytical research of materials usage, turnover rates, publishing trends, and demographic data to develop strategic plans, forecasts, and to compile specialized reports
  • Assesses the value/feasibility, and oversees the expansion and the implementation of new and innovative collection items
  • Supervises materials management and data processing teams
  • Oversees cataloging and bibliographic maintenance of the public catalog, and physical processing and item inventory of HCLS materials
  • Leads the solicitation, negotiation, evaluation and overall administration of vendor contracts for materials in all formats ensuring compliance with all licensing requirements
  • Ensures access needs and requirements of all HCLS customers are incorporated into the delivery of the curriculum

Position: Research & Instruction Librarian (Information Literacy)
Location: United States Naval Academy, Annapolis, MD

We’re hiring! The United States Naval Academy invites applications for an exciting position as Research and Instruction Librarian and Information Literacy Coordinator. Located on the beautiful Severn River in historic Annapolis, the Naval Academy is a Middle States accredited, top tier liberal arts college and service academy with a diverse student body and a demonstrated commitment to teaching and research. The librarian in this position will have an essential role in designing and fostering an innovative information literacy program that supports and enhances the mission and learning outcomes of the USNA curriculum. As a member of the Research & Instruction Department, this librarian will provide research assistance, teach information literacy and serve as subject specialist for faculty and midshipmen for one or more of the disciplines, preferably English, taught at the Naval Academy. This is a 12 month faculty position with a 3 year renewable appointment, highly competitive salary, and full federal benefits. Position begins in August 2017. Applications will be reviewed beginning June 5, 2017, but the position will remain open until filled. For more information about the position and how to apply, see: https://www.usna.edu/HRO/jobinfo/researchinstructlib-infolit-17.php.

Position: Research & Instruction Librarian (Engineering)
Location: United States Naval Academy, Annapolis, MD

We’re hiring! The United States Naval Academy invites applications for an exciting position as Research and Instruction Librarian specializing in engineering. Located on the beautiful Severn River in historic Annapolis, the Naval Academy is a Middle States accredited, top tier liberal arts college and service academy with a diverse student body and a demonstrated commitment to teaching and research. Engineering has a central role in educating midshipmen to address the technological needs of the Navy and Marine Corps. The Research and Instruction Librarian for Engineering will teach information literacy, provide research assistance and serve as subject specialist for faculty and midshipmen in this important discipline. Candidates with a science or engineering background are preferred. This is a 12 month faculty position with a 3 year renewable appointment, highly competitive salary, and full federal benefits. Position begins in August 2017. Applications will be reviewed beginning June 5, 2017, but the position will remain open until filled. For more information about the position and how to apply, see: https://www.usna.edu/HRO/jobinfo/researchinstructlib-engineering-17.php