||Social Sciences Librarian
||San Diego State University, San Diego, CA
||The San Diego State University (SDSU) Library invites applications and nominations for a 12-month, tenure-track position to be appointed at the Senior Assistant Librarian level, with a start date of July 1, 2021. We seek a creative, collaborative, and forward-looking colleague who can complement, strengthen, and expand partnerships across library departments and with colleagues across the university and San Diego community. The Social Sciences Librarian will provide research assistance and information literacy instruction initiatives as part of the Research, Instruction, and Outreach team in the areas of Social Work, Criminal Justice, Psychology, and social justice related disciplines. The successful candidate will also focus on developing library collections and services for social science disciplines with a diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) component and commitment to social justice. The SDSU Library is especially interested in candidates who can contribute to the experiences of diverse students, faculty, and staff.
||Instructional Librarian for Distance and Online Learning
||Morehead State University, Morehead, KY
||Responsibilities: To serve as a member of the Research & Instructional Services department; provide research assistance; perform library instruction; serve as a liaison to regional campuses, local public libraries, and community college libraries in the area; travel throughout Morehead State University’s service region; provide leadership in the design, development, marketing, delivery, and assessment of library services for distance and on-line learning; provide leadership for the library’s role in dual-credit programs for high school students; and provide leadership in the revision and delivery of the library’s two credit-earning courses. Additional responsibilities include: supervise one full-time staff; learn systems related to document delivery, work regularly scheduled hours at the Research Services desk or its on-line equivalent; perform some outreach duties for the library; and serve as library liaison to at least one academic department.
||Liaison Librarian for Engineering
||Boston College Libraries, Chestnut Hill, MA
||Boston College seeks a Liaison Librarian for Engineering to work with the Schiller Institute for Integrated Science and Society, a new center created to enhance multi-disciplinary, collaborative research processes that address critical societal issues in the areas of energy, health and the environment. This position provides outstanding research, instruction and collections services and support to the Engineering Department of the Boston College Schiller Institute for Integrated Science and Society, as well as providing services to the Computer Science and Math departments of the Morrissey College of Arts and Sciences. Liaison librarians collaborate with faculty and perform outreach through direct user assistance, individual consultations, and library instruction programs, providing high quality service to all users of the Libraries. The interdisciplinary mission of the Schiller Institute calls on collaborations with multiple liaison librarians in a variety of disciplines.
||Science and Data Literacy Librarian
||Dickinson College Waidner-Spahr Library, Carlisle, PA
||The Waidner-Spahr Library seeks a Science and Data Literacy liaison dedicated to excellence in teaching. This librarian will develop and deliver course-integrated information literacy sessions in collaboration with faculty members and assess student learning. Audiences include first-year college students and undergraduate students in the sciences. The liaison will develop good working relationships with faculty members in assigned departments. Professional engagement is encouraged and supported. Requirements include a current MLS and at least 2 years of post-graduate experience teaching information literacy. Preferences include a degree in the sciences and experience with instructional technology tools such as Captivate, Screencast-o-Matic, LibApps. Candidates must submit a letter, resume, and a sample of a lesson plan for an information literacy session that you developed and delivered for full consideration. Dickinson College is committed to building a representative and diverse faculty, administrative staff, and student body. We encourage applications from all qualified persons.
||The Congressional Research Service, Washington DC
||The Congressional Research Service (CRS) is looking to fill twelve (12) GS-13 Research Analyst positions across a spectrum of current and emerging legislative issues related to science and technology such as: cybersecurity, natural resources, renewable fuels, climate change, and federal uses and oversight of science and technology. We invite you to stay informed about these positions as well as all other CRS jobs by registering to receive job notifications. CRS serves as shared staff to congressional committees and Members of Congress. CRS experts assist at every stage of the legislative process — from the early considerations that precede bill drafting, through committee hearings and floor debate, to the oversight of enacted laws and various agency activities. Congress relies on CRS to marshal interdisciplinary resources, encourage critical thinking and create innovative frameworks to help legislators form sound policies and reach decisions on a host of difficult issues.
||Head of Reference
||Northwest Regional Library, Cape Coral, FL
||As the Senior Librarian, Head of Reference at the Northwest Regional Library you will be supervising a team of three librarians and one reference associate to provide reference services primarily to adults. Since the library is located between Mariner High School and Mariner Middle School, you will also have daily interaction with and provide library services to children and teens.
||University of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, PA
||A system programmer position is now available for a multi-year project. This programmer will assume primary responsibilities for implementing the models and algorithms and conducting machine learning oriented research and experiments to develop, optimize, and evaluate deep-learning based prediction models and the user friendly analytics for making personalized prediction of patient outcomes and to compare the performance of the deep learning based models with that of other machine learning methods in the comparative studies. The programmer will report to the PI of the project, and will assist the PI with research publication and grant proposal activities. Other duties include developing and maintaining a project website, and establishing and maintaining the project code library and shared code repositories. Minimum B.S. in computer science, information science, bioinformatics or other relevant field. Must be able to work expertly with Java, python, R, HTML,Git, AWS, Linux/UNIX, and at least one web development framework. Visa sponsorship is provided for this position.
||Associate Technical Consultant
||srcLogic, Vienna, VA
||At srcLogic, our consultants deliver software-based solutions for complex business problems, primarily with the award-winning low-code Pegasystems platform. As a new hire at srcLogic, you will take part in an 8-week comprehensive training program that focuses on developing your technical abilities and preparing you to become an essential member on one of our project teams. Through our training program you will learn Pega Platform application development, Agile project methodology, and client-facing skills such as product demonstrations. You will complete training as a Pega Certified System Architect and transition onto a project, where you will work closely with the client to build a solution to meet their business needs. Our team is composed of self-starting individuals who are passionate about continuous learning and who are eager to become well-rounded consultants. ** We are currently working remotely due to covid-19.
||Youth Services Coordinator
||The Library Center, Springfield, MO
||Solicits input from Branch, Outreach, and Youth Services Department Managers to support their ideas and goals. Recommends district-wide youth programming. Oversees district-wide initiatives including Summer Reading Program. Identifies needs and conducts practical training for Youth Services Staff. Serves as the subject expert for story times and establishes standards and best practices. Collaborates with the Collection Services selector. Works with the Adult Services Coordinator to coordinate programs. Works with the Web Development and Community Relations staff to promote Youth programs and services online. Creates partnerships with community organizations that serve children and teens. Routinely advises Executive Director of statistical data, activities, projects, and meetings attended and maintains these records. Recommends and maintains department budget. Supervises, Audits/approves time sheets within the department. Serves as Chair of Youth Services Committee and Administrative Staff member. Interprets and implements the General Conduct Policy. This job description is not intended to be all inclusive.
||Midtown Carnegie Branch Library, Springfield, MO
||• Assumes responsibility for daily operations of the Reference Department • Acts as Person In Charge as assigned handling safety and security matters as they arise • Performs Reference duties • Keeps abreast with changes and developments in library services • Public speaking to community groups • Provides training for staff and public on Library resources • Serves as a member of the District Reference Committee • Plans and implements public programs and displays with department staff help • Participates in interviewing, hiring, training and evaluating branch reference staff • Assists branch circulation and youth services departments as needed • Assists Collection Services in implementing collection plan for reference and the adult collection • Interprets and implements the Library’s General Conduct Policy • This job description is not intended to be all inclusive; employee may be required to perform other related duties as required to meet the ongoing needs of the Library.
||Mayo Clinic, Jacksonville, FL
||Mayo Clinic welcomes applications for a new, full-time Archivist III position in Jacksonville, Florida. An experienced archivist is being recruited to actively collect and manage existing and emerging archival resources. Identification, collection, preservation, and discoverability of institutional collections, both physical and digital, that document Mayo Clinic in Florida's history will be the primary responsibilities of the archivist. The successful candidate will be expected to provide reference and research service to the Mayo Clinic community on the use of archival materials. The archivist will take part in the planning and execution of exhibits, lectures and interviews that enhance the historical experience of patients and employees on the Mayo Clinic in Florida campus. Collection and resource management will be coordinated with Mayo Clinic archivists and History of Medicine professionals working at Mayo Clinic sites away from Florida. This position will report to the supervising librarian located in Jacksonville, Florida.
||Auburn University Libraries, Auburn, AL
||Auburn University Libraries invites applications and nominations for Instruction Librarian. We seek a creative, enthusiastic, and user-focused librarian, with a commitment to student learning, to join our Research and Instruction Services Department. Reporting to the Head of Research and Instruction Services, the successful candidate will work with the Instruction Coordinator and departmental faculty to support the Libraries’ information literacy instruction program. Information literacy is a core general education outcome at Auburn University. This twelve-month tenure-track position requires professional and scholarly activity as well as service on library and university committees.
||Digital Scholarship Librarian
||Auburn University Libraries, Auburn, AL
||Auburn University Libraries (AUL) invites applications for a twelve-month tenure-track position as Digital Scholarship Librarian. Reporting to the Assistant Dean for Technology and Research Support in the Research Support Unit, the Digital Scholarship Librarian will work collaboratively to support the scholarly and research activities of Auburn faculty, researchers, and students by developing specialized research and instructional partnerships; building a digital scholarship support program; and providing general research support and outreach. This work will involve assisting in the conception, design, creation, and maintenance of interdisciplinary digital scholarship projects; assisting in the creation and preservation of digital collections in the Auburn University Digital Library; and participating in other digital scholarship initiatives at the campus, state, and regional levels.
||Auburn University Libraries, Auburn, AL
||Auburn University Libraries seeks an innovative, knowledgeable, and user-focused individual to serve as the Chemistry Librarian, supporting distinctive programs of research, teaching and learning in the primary liaison areas of Chemistry & Biochemistry and Chemical Engineering, as well as an emerging Bioinformatics program. Reporting to the Head of Research & Instruction Services in Auburn University Libraries, this position proactively engages in performing a variety of duties to include reference and research assistance, collection development, course-integrated instruction, and user support for evolving data, digital and information literacy initiatives. This twelve-month tenure-track position requires professional and scholarly activity as well as service on library and university committees.
||Lead, Education and Curriculum Integration
||NYU Health Sciences Library, NYC, NY
||NYU Health Sciences Library welcomes applicants for the position of Lead, Education and Curriculum Integration, a faculty librarian appointment in the NYU School of Medicine. The librarian will have primary responsibility for bridging the continuum from undergraduate (UME) to graduate medical education (GME) programs by leading and actively participating with librarians embedded in both programs. As part of this role, the librarian is expected to develop, implement and coordinate innovative EBM programming (e.g. developing curriculum and support for EBM in addition to the existing curriculum, identifying gaps in teaching and assessment of EBM across the continuum, etc.). This position will supervise the UME and GME librarians; and in collaboration with them, will provide education and outreach to medical students in their clinical years and in residency training. Requirements: * Master’s degree in library/information science or related fields or another relevant advanced degree * Demonstrated abilities in teaching EBM * Experience or knowledge of designing and delivering library instruction to adult learners
||Health Sciences Librarian
||Bracken Health Sciences Library, Kingston, Ontario
||Reporting to the Head Health Sciences Librarian, and working as a team, the Health Sciences Librarian is responsible for a full range of information services for all members of the Queen’s University community. As part of a highly motivated team, the librarian contributes to a robust set of user-centered reference and research services including supporting knowledge synthesis research; liaises with faculty, staff and students in assigned subject areas; participates in online and in-person delivery of curriculum-integrated information literacy programs; participates in the development and maintenance of the Library web pages and other publicity and course materials; supports the Library in aligning our work with the QUL Action Plan to Support Anti-Racism, Diversity, Inclusion and Indigenous Cultures; and is involved in collection development activities. The librarian consults and collaborates with others across the Library system and shares a commitment to professional user services and the achievement of the Library’s goals.
||Information Literacy Librarian/Assistant Professor
||The University of the District of Columbia, Washington, D.C.
||The University of the District of Columbia is currently seeking candidates for the position of Information Literacy Librarian. This highly visible position supports the mission of the university/division by leading in the development and maintenance of the division’s information literacy program. Reporting to the library director, the librarian works collaboratively with academic faculty and librarians in planning and implementing a program for teaching/fostering information literacy skills relevant to university curriculum, and for developing students' competence to discover, access, evaluate, and use electronic and print resources. This is a 12-month position. Some evening/weekend work is required The only public institution of higher education in the nation’s capital, the University of the District of Columbia is a land grant institution of higher learning dedicated to providing quality, career focused undergraduate and graduate programs that prepare its highly diverse students with the knowledge, skills, and credentials needed to launch, enhance, or change careers.
||Information & Education Librarian (NTT Lecturer - Instructor)
||Rutgers Biomedical Health Sciences Libraries, Remote
||Rutgers Biomedical Health Sciences Libraries seek an Information & Education Librarian who will provide instruction, reference, and research services assistance for the Health Sciences Libraries. This is a full-time non-tenure track faculty position, of 1-year duration. The Information & Education Librarian will assist students, faculty, and other users. This position is responsible for library instruction, virtual reference; development of web-based materials; consultation with faculty; and will support research services provided by the libraries. All instruction training and teaching will be conducted remotely due to covid-19. Visa sponsorship is not available for this position. This non-tenure-track position is a member of the library unit serving Rutgers Biomedical & Health Sciences, and is a member of the Faculty, a team of librarians committed to providing quality services to a diverse academic community. This position may require working evenings/weekends. Successful candidates must demonstrate a commitment to continual professional development through librarianship and service.
||Reference Librarian (Hungarian & Romanian)
||European Division of the Library of Congress, Washington, DC
||Entry level position as reference librarian in the European Division of the Library of Congress. Responsibilities for collection development, reference work, creating research guides, and other duties as assigned. Incumbent makes use of knowledge of history, politics, culture of Hungary and Romania and makes use of knowledge of the Hungarian and Romanian languages. For questions contact Michael Neubert, firstname.lastname@example.org
||Reference Librarian (Greek & Albanian)
||European Division of the Library of Congress, Washington, DC
||Position as entry level reference librarian in the European Division of the Library of Congress. Responsibilities for collection development, reference, and development of research guides as well as other duties as assigned. Incumbent draws upon knowledge and experience with the history, politics, and literature of Greece and Albania and knowledge of Modern Greek and Albanian. Contact Michael Neubert email@example.com with questions.
||Clinical Assistant Professor
||University at Buffalo, the State University of New York (SUNY), Buffalo, NY
||The Department of Information Science in the Graduate School of Education, University at Buffalo, the State University of New York (SUNY) invites applications for a Clinical Assistant Professor (non-tenure track.) We seek an outstanding scholar with a commitment to excellence in teaching and the ability to effectively deliver course content in our online master’s programs. We are committed to creating an equitable, diverse, inclusive and just community of faculty, students, staff and administrators where all feel welcomed, included, supported, empowered and have equal access to supports, services and opportunities that ensure learning and success. We welcome a new colleague who shares this commitment. Responsibilities include: • Teaching four classes in fall and spring semesters; • Advising Information Science master’s students; • Participating in professional activities and serving on department, school, and university committees; • Contributing to the intellectual community of the Department. Minimum Qualifications: An earned doctorate in Information Science (or equivalent) at the time of appointment.
||Woodruff Health Sciences Center Library, Atlanta, GA
||Reporting to the Director of the WHSC Library, the Associate Director oversees daily operations of the Library and serves as the senior level manager under the Library Director. The Associate Director is responsible for leading policy development and shaping the strategic direction for public facing areas of the library, including Access Services* (Information Desk and Grady Branch, Circulation, Reserves, etc.) and the promotion and discoverability of online library services and resources. The position gives oversight to a team-based approach to (1) library outreach/ communications, (2) assessment of services/collections, and participates in overall planning for library programs/events. Works with the Library Director and Library Leadership to recruit and retain a diverse library workforce and support a diverse culturally sensitive working environment through search committee participation and staff training. The Associate Director represents the library on appropriate Emory Libraries and University committees. Salary: Base minimum $84,000, Salary commensurate with qualifications and experience
||Director of Library Services - 12 month assignment
||Hopkinsville Community College, Hopkinsville, KY
||RESPONSIBILITIES: • Responsible for the management of library and information services. • Provides leadership to the campus and community and promotes an environment for academic achievement. • Provides leadership in concert with college library directors to enhance library services systemwide. • Guides the planning, development, implementation, and assessment of library and information services, while keeping abreast of current trends for library and information services. • Oversees the daily operation of the library. • Supervises library personnel and oversees department budget. • Oversees the collaboration of the teaching faculty to develop library and information services to meet curriculum needs.REQUIREMENTS: • Master’s degree (Library Science or equivalent from American Library Association-approved program) and five years’ experience in an academic library or closely related field. • Demonstrated commitment to quality instruction, student learning, and instructional and institutional effectiveness. • Demonstrated effective technology skills, communication skills (written and verbal), and organizational and human relations skills. • Demonstrated commitment to the comprehensive community college concept
||Assistant Director, Regional Medical Library
||University of Washington Health Sciences Library, Seattle, WA
||The University of Washington Health Sciences Library (HSL) seeks an energetic, creative, innovative, and service-oriented individual for the position of Assistant Director, Regional Medical Library (RML) at University of Washington (UW) for the Network of the National Library of Medicine (NNLM). The mission of the NNLM is to advance the progress of medicine and improve the public's health by providing U.S. researchers, health professionals, public health workforce, educators, and the public with equal access to biomedical and health information resources and data. This position is contingent on funding approval of an NIH grant.
||University of Colorado, Strauss Health Sciences Library, Aurora, CO
||The University of Colorado, Strauss Health Sciences Library (library.cuanschutz.edu) seeks resourceful, energetic and innovative candidates to join the team of professional, fun, creative, and flexible library staff. This early career position as an Education Informationist, is a non-tenure-track faculty position that primarily coordinates development, promotion, delivery, and assessment of library classes and trainings on the University of Colorado, Anschutz Medical Campus. The Education Informationist will lead implementation of best pedagogical practices for graduate/faculty audiences and will spearhead the deployment and assessment of the suite of Strauss library classes and training. With knowledge or experience of teaching and developing real-time and asynchronous instructional sessions for graduate students and faculty, both in-person and online, the Education Informationist supports other librarian educators in the development of library-related curriculum and classes. Required: Master’s degree in library science (or equivalent) by June 30, 2021. Applications due December 28, 2020.
||Secure Distributed Systems Engineer
||Zoom Security engineering is hiring engineers to join our client infrastructure team. We'll be building out the client components of the Zoom E2EE system as described in our white paper. In particular, we'll be developing cryptographic identity distributed across multiple devices, and clients that create, consume and process append-only cryptographic data structures like "sigchains" and transparency trees. Candidates should have a love for cryptography, security, a zeal for challenging integrations, and a knack for testing and debugging. Job requirements: 1. Proficiency in a modern compiled systems programming language like Go, Rust or C++ (8 years+). 2. Experience in C/C++ (2 year+). 3. Strong experience in distributed systems programming (3 years+). 4. Proficiency with cryptography and security engineering (5+ years).
||DaVita, Malvern, PA
||1. Review requirements and design documents with developers and quality assurance manager to confirm expected functionality with technical and business needs. 2. Implementation, evaluation, and documentation of the developed test cases and scenarios. 3. Determine test environment and test data requirements, often in concert with integrated systems’ owners. 4. Must be able to communicate with leads regarding project readiness, status and potential risks. Document, quantify, and elevate risks as appropriate. Provide statistical reporting and analysis as necessary. 5. Assimilates information quickly, communicates complex requirements and issues clearly and concisely. Able to analyze root cause of a problem and demonstrate good sense when handing the problem over to development. 6. Tracks and coordinates defect resolution and retesting, quantifying and mitigating risk accordingly.
||Associate Support Engineer
||SAP, Newton Square, PA
||The Early Talent Program offers a fast paced and challenging learning environment and is an ideal starting opportunity for a career in the CoE. You will develop the fundamental skills to become a successful engineer, including stakeholder and customer management. You will gain a deep understanding of the cloud business model, as well as the SAP business processes across functional borders. Expectations and tasks: Participate in initial training program (bootcamp) to learn targeted SAP technologies and methodologies. Ability to manage multiple tasks, work in a team environment, understand and be responsive to project and customer needs. Ability to adapt and function effectively in a fast-paced, changing environment while working under deadlines. A record of taking initiative (self-starter), driving results and accepting increasing levels of responsibility. Must be able to problem solve, learn quickly and apply knowledge effectively.
||Research Specialist - Document Delivery
||LAC Group, Remote
||LAC Group is seeking a Research Specialist – Document Delivery, to work virtually for our Library as a Service (LaaS) platform. The Research Specialist will join a team of researchers in staffing a busy and diverse virtual research desk, performing and managing requests for legal, corporate, business development and other research. All research and communication will be performed online and by phone, using both paid databases and open sources. This is a full-time, benefitted virtual position that can work from any location in the US or Canada. The hours for this role are 2:00 PM - 11:00 PM ET or11:00 AM - 8:00 PM PT. This is an entry-level position focused on case and docket pulls, literature searches, public records searches, document procurement, and other general duties to support the research team.
||Peters Township Public Library, McMurray, PA
||Under supervision of the Library Director, the Information Technology - Reference Librarian trains, assists, and monitors library patrons and library staff on the use of the library’s technological resources including use of computer hardware and software as well as maker space equipment.