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Position Open – Night Librarian, Bennett College, Greensboro, N.C.
Title: Night Librarian
Date of Posting: 03/07/16
Closing Date: Until Filled
Job Code: 16-0307BJW
Reports To: Library Director
Under the administrative direction of the Library Director, the night
librarian is responsible for (A) providing circulation services, (B) providing
reference assistance to students, faculty and staff, (C) performance of
other administrative and related duties required for the effective operation
of the library.
HOW TO APPLY:
Interested candidates should submit a cover letter, resume, application for
employment (found at www.bennett.edu), and three (3) recent letters of
recommendation (all letters must be signed and dated within one (1) year),
reference Job Code 16-0307BJW
Please submit unofficial transcripts from every college and university
attended. Official transcripts are required if an offer of employment is
Application packets will be forwarded to the hiring manager once
all requested documents are received.
You can send your information one of two ways:
Mail to: Human Resources, Bennett College, 900 East Washington Street,
Greensboro, NC 27401
Email to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Resumes received without the job code will not be considered.
NO PHONE CALLS PLEASE!
We are an Equal Opportunity Employer
E-Verify, an online program which is administered through the Department
of Homeland Security and the Social Security Administration, are used to
verify employment eligibility.
Below are announcements for internships at the US Environmental Protection Agency Library in Research Triangle Park, NC. We are recruiting for the 2016-2017 academic year. We have two types of internships available. The first is the traditional library science internship where students rotate through different areas of the library. The second is geared towards LIS or IS students with some programming skills and an interest in science information.
Please note that a science background is not required for either of these internships. The EPA Library internship is excellent preparation for many types of library and information jobs and our former interns work in all kinds of libraries.
NCCU students can apply for these positions by visiting the following links:
Library Science Internship:
Information Science Internship:
We are currently recruiting for the internships listed below. Please share with students in your LIS program.
Please click the links for more detailed information and application instructions.
Library Services has an opportunity to fill a non-competitive temp position at the GS-5 or 6 level ($27,982.00 – 40,552.00, based on experience).
The position would be through the end of the fiscal year, with a possible extension depending on FY17 funding. This would be to do metadata work related to our online digital collections. Do you have any students or recent graduates who might be interested? This is an excellent opportunity for someone to get their foot into the door of the Library of Congress and build on their professional portfolio.
Below is a brief description:
- The work will include collecting and entering information related to the Library’s portfolio of digitization projects and presentations on the web.
- The work may involve designing and/or applying automated techniques to generating or assessing metadata for digital content.
- The work may involve analysis of cultural heritage (history, literature, arts) material and related data sources for the purpose of identifying, summarizing and organizing information about the material.
- The work may involve analysis of and use of databases.
For more extensive overview of potential opportunities – see attached.
The Digital Pedagogy and Scholarship Technologist provides guidance, planning, and support to advance the Library’s educational role within the College, and fosters effective and meaningful collaboration across the College and within the Library. They actively participate with and engage faculty and students to nurture thriving partnerships within a learning environment whose service excellence is grounded by its commitment to fostering a culture of exploration, experimentation, and innovation.
Perform the duties and responsibilities of this role at all times in a fashion that supports the College’s commitment to creating an inclusive college of academic excellence where a variety of people and perspectives are welcome, and to providing an environment where students from all races, ethnicities, national origins, genders, sexual orientations and backgrounds may succeed.
Ms. Susan Forbes is going to visit the School of Library and Information Sciences on March 29 and talk about the EPA library internship at 5:30, followed by a talk on EPA/federal libraries at 6:00
The Authorities/Identities Metadata and Cataloging Librarian is a tenure track library faculty position in the Cataloging and Discovery Services (CatDS) Department. A key responsibility of the position is providing leadership in developing and applying best practices and international standards for the management of names metadata not only within the libraries but also in other contexts across campus. The successful candidate will, as part of a dynamic and collaborative team, pioneer the development of a program to assist university researchers in navigating ontology development and identity management, forging new collaborations and relationships that extend the Libraries’ capacity to support the University’s interdisciplinary research.
The search will remain open until April 20, 2016. For a full description of the position and instructions on how to apply, please refer to the George A. Smathers Libraries faculty recruitment webpage at http://library.ufl.edu/pers/FacultyPositions.html. Incomplete applications will not be considered. If you have any questions or concerns about this process please contact: Bonnie Smith, George A. Smathers Libraries Human Resources Office, at email@example.com.