The University Libraries at Texas State University seeks a 1-year Project Librarian in Acquisitions to analyze collection use patterns, develop collection profiles, and complete other projects as the library shifts to a new collections model. Reporting to the Head of Acquisitions, this position is part of a collaborative team that is planning and implementing a comprehensive review of collection use and acquisition practices.
RESPONSIBILITIES: Collaborates with Acquisitions Team to plan assessments needed. Accepts responsibility for implementing designated portions of the assessment plan. Develops collection profiles that align Library of Congress classification to degree programs. Analyzes collection use, maps use to degree programs, and presents results to team. Participates in collection projects.
· ALA accredited Master of Library and Information Science or equivalent.
· Ability to communicate professionally with a wide variety of audiences.
· Ability to work effectively in a team environment.
· Ability to use computer software, such as Microsoft Office, to prepare reports, analyze data, develop presentations.
Preferred: Knowledge of collection development theory. Knowledge of library classification, preferably Library of Congress system. Ability to align library classification system with degree and course descriptions.
SALARY AND BENEFITS: Salary commensurate with qualifications and experience. Benefits include monthly contribution to health insurance/benefits package and retirement program. No state or local income tax.
BACKGROUND CHECK: Employment with Texas State University is contingent upon the outcome of a criminal history background check. This includes transfers and promotions from within.
Apply online at http://jobs.hr.txstate.edu
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