Thursday, December 13, 2018

San Francisco - California Institute of Integral Studies - Outreach & Instruction Librarian

https://ciis.interviewexchange.com/jobofferdetails.jsp;jsessionid=7D54B056FD10E6601551385F5CE2986F;jsessionid=1918CCB448D0ACD46AE00EACACB9DBCC?JOBID=104573

Final Filing Date 
Open Until Filled

POSITION SUMMARY
The Outreach & Instruction Librarian will collaborate with Library Staff and other University colleagues to situate the Laurance S. Rockefeller Library as a key partner in student learning at CIIS.  This position will partner with Faculty as an academic program liaison and coordinate the Library's outreach and engagement efforts for both undergraduate and graduate students.  They will be an integral member of the reference staff and provide online and in-person reference support, as well as in-class information literacy instruction.  Additionally, they will help develop research guides, tutorials, workshops and other educational materials, and participate generally in the development, delivery, and assessment of services that support the teaching, learning and research needs of the CIIS community in collaboration with other staff librarians and under the supervision of the Library Director.

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
Develop, distribute, and maintain promotional materials that effectively communicate the Library's role and services to the CIIS community, in close conjunction with other CIIS departments that engage in outreach, promotion and engagement, including Marketing and Communications and Student Affairs.
With Library Director and Library Office Manager, engage with university colleagues to support campus events and programs including library tours, new student orientations, and open houses.
Coordinate, schedule, and participate in the creation and maintenance of library-related programs and events to engage and empower learners and enhance the overall patron experience in the Library.
Develop tools to assess efficacy of library outreach efforts, and use data to keep programming up to date, relevant, and aligned with the University's mission.
Develop and lead in-class research skills and information literacy instruction, library orientations, and special topic library workshops (in-person and online).
Provide embedded librarianship at intensives, retreats, and cohort weekends as a part of the Reference Team; some evening and weekend work will be required (particularly at the start of each semester).
Regularly assess effectiveness of library instruction through in-person and online surveys and questionnaires, or other methods.
Provide individual and group research assistance: in-person, online, on the phone, and by e-mail, to Library users (from Bachelor's completion through Faculty level).
Offer scholarly advising, research support and aid in study skills and digital literacy development.
Train circulation staff to provide ready-reference services and to field and escalate reference questions that come to the Circulation Desk and through e-mail.
Create library guides, FAQs, handouts, demo videos and other informational and training materials to support reference, instruction and access services.
As a program liaison, work with Faculty and Program Coordinators to promote library services, assess programmatic needs, and provide customized content to Academic Programs.
Coordinate requests from assigned Faculty and Program Staff and, as needed, distribute to the appropriate Library Staff member.
Work closely with other Library Staff to support course reserves and coordinate instruction requested from assigned programs and departments.
In coordination with entire Library Staff, contribute to the ongoing assessment and development of the general and reference collections.
As a function of liaison activities, act as a selector for the subject areas relevant to assigned Programs and Departments, actively curating the collections to be relevant to and aligned with the teaching, learning and research needs of the University.
Per CIIS Library collection development policy, work to expand Library collections with a specific emphasis on electronic books and digital A/V resources, as available.
Stay current with advances and concepts in applicable library fields.
Seek out trainings and courses on product changes, technical advancements, and new concepts as needed.
Advise Library colleagues and the Library Director on developments in libraries and make recommendations for actionable items when appropriate.
Participate in Library, University and external professional groups.
Participate in staff meetings, planning and problem-solving meetings, and special projects; in general work as a member of the Library team.
As needed, assist patrons at Circulation Desk with locating materials and in related matters.
Other tasks may be assigned, and responsibilities may shift, in response to Library needs and changes in the University (in specific) and higher education (in general).

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS
Master of Library Science from an ALA-accredited institution.
Minimum one year of experience as a librarian, preferably in an academic library setting.
Two years of experience of training or instruction (or equivalent teaching experience), preferably in an academic library setting.
Demonstrated ability to design learning outcomes and provide instruction to promote information literacy.
Experience offering research support and reference services.
Strong organizational, planning, and problem-solving skills.
Excellent communication skills and demonstrated professionalism, in-person, over the phone, and online.  The ability to authentically engage and listen attentively is critical for success.
Ability to work cooperatively and flexibly in a busy office and across departments, successfully balancing priorities and multitasking.
Experience with the following applications is preferred:
Springshare suite of Library software, such as LibGuides CMS, LibCal and LibWizard.
Graphic design, video editing, and Web development applications used to support and design instructional materials such as Camtasia and the Adobe Creative Suite (especially Photoshop and InDesign).
Course management systems, preferably Canvas.
Library acquisitions software, preferably GOBI.
Koha integrated library system (ILS).

Anaheim - Fullerton College - Assessment Librarian

https://nocccd.peopleadmin.com/postings/3222

Close Date
02/28/2019

Salary Range
$64,236 - $97,252 Annually

Summary
Provide leadership for the creation, maintenance, and implementation of assessment tools.
Network, organize, and promote assessment to students and educators.
Develop assessment tools to measure the effectiveness of programs, instructional services, and library spaces.
Maintain knowledge of emerging assessment initiatives, new technologies in assessment, and best practices in assessment design.
Participate in collection development.
Participate in curriculum development and serve on department, division, college and district committees as necessary to maintain and improve the instructional program; participate in appropriate professional development activities. Participate in co-curricular activities, including planning, implementing, and teaching in special programs designed to support student success.
Participate in the formulation of Student Learning Outcomes (SLOs) and the Student Learning Outcomes assessment cycle, as well as Service Area Outcomes (SAOs) and the Service Area Outcomes assessment cycle.
Maintain formal office and campus hours; participate in department and division meetings.
Maintain current knowledge of instructional methods and new technologies pertinent to areas of assignment; learn and apply emerging technologies and advances (e.g., computer software applications) as necessary to perform duties in an efficient, organized and timely manner.
Teach scheduled classes, library instruction sessions, and workshops; conduct reference services and perform related duties as assigned, including timely compliance with clerical and administrative responsibilities; comply with district, college and division policies in the performance of duties.
Instruct and assist in the growth and success of a diverse population of students through careful preparation of course materials, effective teaching methodologies and informed critical feedback on assignments and discussions.
Develop culturally relevant course content, culturally responsive pedagogical techniques, and effective practices for engaging students who are diverse and/or are students who are historically underserved. The ideal candidate should have experience in this area with African American, Latinx, Native Americans, Pacific Islanders and other disproportionately impacted students.
Work cooperatively with staff and students.
Evening and/or Saturday assignments may be required as part of the regular contract.

Desired Qualifications
Master’s degree in library science or library and information science from an ALA-accredited institution.
Experience conducting data analysis using statistical software applications.
Experience designing and delivering assessment using various modalities including qualitative, quantitative and mixed methods.
Experience teaching in an institution of higher education and providing academic reference services for students.
Demonstrated commitment to developing students’ information literacy skills.
Collection development experience.
Demonstrated knowledge and interest in working with students who are underrepresented in higher academia, with the goal of reducing equity gaps.
Effective leadership and problem-solving skills.
Effective oral and written communication skills.

Tuesday, December 11, 2018

Livermore - Stanford Libraries - Operations Coordinator & Document Delivery Specialist

https://careersearch.stanford.edu/jobs/sal3-operations-coordinator-document-delivery-specialist-4783

Note
Job site is off-campus in Livermore, California

Work Schedule
Monday to Friday, 6am-3pm (with a 1-hour lunch)

JOB PURPOSE
Stanford Libraries seeks an Operations Coordinator and Document Delivery Specialist to join our 7-person library warehouse team located in Livermore, California.

Our library storage facility, named SAL3 (pronounced sal three, an abbreviation for Stanford Auxiliary Library 3), stores library books and boxes in a high-density shelving system in a climate-controlled and secure environment (50 degrees F, 38% humidity). Operations at SAL3 revolve around processing new incoming books and boxes for long-term preservation storage and well as processing items that have been requested for use at a campus library (delivered via a daily delivery truck) or as scanned PDFs that can be delivered by email. Material at SAL3 is tracked via barcode and tray/shelving location.

We are seeking an inclusive, creative, and organized person to serve in this role: someone who will learn our operation thoroughly, learn about Stanford Libraries, and participate in a constant refinement of our programs – always improving safety, efficiencies and customer services- as well as helping us plan for the future. The complexities of space planning for a building nearing its full capacity and planning for a not-soon-enough expansion will draw heavily on the Operations Coordinator and Document Delivery Specialist’s problem solving and analytical skills.

There are 4 main categories of work in this role: 1) general administrative services 2) management of the scan-on-demand PDF service 3) project work (mostly related to space and productivity analysis) and 4) supervision of temp/casual staff and/or, in the absence of the Manager, supervision of regular staff and workflow.

Reporting to the SAL3 Manager, the Operations Coordinator and Document Delivery Specialist will perform a wide range of complex and/or interrelated duties involving a high level of decision making. S/he applies knowledge of overall system and works mostly independently with a high degree of initiative. May supervise employees and manage a unit by overseeing daily operations and updating and maintaining facilities and equipment.

Examples of the special projects with which the SAL3 Coordinator might lead: explore new vendor products such as shelf labels or barcode duplicators; perform cursory internet research on a topic to assist facilities management (such as cold room temperature settings or LED lighting); work with campus Metadata team to review lists of books in an attempt to track them down or discover process failure; assess workflow timing; perform quality control on a process. The Coordinator will also contribute to planning for the facility expansion and review and recommend improvements to the scan-to-PDF service.

MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS
Bachelor’s degree plus three or more years of experience in an academic library, or equivalent combination of education and relevant experience.

Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities Required
Demonstrated interpersonal and organizational skills
Able to apply judgment in choosing procedures and evaluating alternatives
Demonstrated ability to perform detailed tasks accurately and efficiently
Demonstrated ability to be flexible and work well under pressure
Record of excellent attendance
Experience using or ability to learn one or more library automated systems
Proven track record with handling complex procedures from beginning to end.
Demonstrated supervisory experience in complex environments
Proven experience in day-to-day oversight of a highly variable workplace
Exhibit strong analytical skills
Proven ability to apply sound judgment and seek constructive solutions to problems
Skilled in dealing with financial systems and managing budgets for materials and personnel
Background in managing projects with help from individuals and as part of a team
Ability to take initiative, plan and prioritize work, and meet deadlines
High degree of comfort in the use of computers in a networked environment for word processing, spreadsheets, database management, financial systems, and communication.
Demonstrated ability to learn and synthesize new information quickly
Ability to communicate effectively in oral and written English

Other Relevant Experience May Include
Experience in an academic, library or warehouse environment
Experience applying a Bargaining Unit contract.
Experience with data reporting and analysis tools.
Familiarity with library systems (databases) and metadata.
Familiarity with library preservation principles (for material handling and long-term care).
Developed supervisory and team-building skills.
Demonstrated ability to interpret bibliographic information and read and troubleshoot incomplete or erroneous citations.
Proven track record with handling complex procedures from beginning to end.
Demonstrated ability to work both independently and collaboratively and adjust to shifting priorities.

Physical Requirements
Ability to kneel and reach
Must be able to stand for many hours.
Constantly perform desk-based computer tasks.
Frequently grasp lightly/fine manipulation, grasp forcefully, sort/file paperwork or parts, lift/carry/push/pull objects that weigh up to 15 pounds.
Tolerant of bright flash of scanner light and sound/pitch of document scanner.
Ability to work in a cold storage unit where the climate is controlled at (50 Degrees F, 38%  humidity.)
Visual acuity including color vision for scanning service.
Ability to obtain and maintain a California Non-commercial Class license.
Consistent with its obligations under the law, the University will provide reasonable accommodation to any employee with a disability who requires accommodation to perform the essential functions of the job.

Work Standards
Interpersonal skills: Demonstrates the ability to work well with Stanford colleagues and clients and with external organizations. Often interface with SAL3 staff (management and Bargaining Unit staff), Interlibrary Loan teams.
Promote culture of safety: Demonstrates commitment to personal responsibility and value for safety; communicates safety concerns; uses and promotes safe behaviors based on training and lessons learned.
Subject to and expected to comply with all applicable University policies and procedures, including but not limited to the personnel policies and other policies found in the University’s Administrative Guide, http://adminguide.stanford.edu/.

Stanford is an equal employment opportunity and affirmative action employer and is committed to recruiting and hiring without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by law.

Atherton - Menlo College - Library Assistant (Part Time)

https://www.menlo.edu/employment-opportunities/library-assistant-part-time/

Final Filing Date
Open Until Filled

Summary
The Menlo College Bowman Library seeks a creative, dynamic, innovative, and team-oriented individual for the position of Library Assistant. This is a part-time position during the semester, reporting to the Dean of Library Services. The position is 20 hours per week, Sundays through Thursdays from 8pm through midnight during the Fall and Spring semesters.

The Library Assistant’s primary responsibilities include providing research and user services at the Library Desk during the evening. Bowman Library is a small, dynamic library focused on serving the population of Menlo College. Menlo is a small, urban, diverse, 4-year residential college granting degrees in Business and Psychology; it is located in Atherton, CA. The library team cultivates and maintains strong relationships with faculty; nurtures an understanding of Menlo College teaching programs; and collaborates on campus-centered initiatives to deliver timely and effective library services.

This position is a great opportunity for a Library Sciences student or a recent graduate who seeks to develop alternative ways of providing library services and gain professional experience. Bowman Library allows and fosters a space of innovation and experimentation in a small academic library setting focused on student-centered initiatives. The ideal candidate will have a strong commitment to providing excellent public service in a dynamic environment.

Minimal Qualifications and Skills
Working knowledge of library methods and procedures
Attention to detail
Strong written and oral communication skills
Demonstrated commitment to excellent customer service
Desirable qualifications
An ALA-accredited MLIS or coursework in Library Science
Conversant in user services
Ability to work both independently and in a team environment
Ability to set priorities, direct work, manage time, and multi-task
Ability to work harmoniously with colleagues, faculty, staff and students in a busy, changing environment
Screening of applications will begin immediately; the position will be open until filled

Application Instructions
Interested and qualified candidates should submit a cover letter outlining qualifications, along with a resume and contact information for three references to:

Menlo College
Director of Human Resources
1000 El Camino Real
Atherton, CA 94027-4301
or via email to hr@menlo.edu

Monday, December 10, 2018

Various Branches-Sonoma County Library-Extra Help Library Associate


Link: https://www.calopps.org/sonoma-county-library/job-19182071

Salary: $24.24/hr

Closing Date: Continuous recruitment

Description:
This extra-help, non-benefitted position works on call performing a wide range of library tasks; assists patrons by answering reference and other questions in selecting library materials and performs related duties as required at various library branches throughout Sonoma County. Please specify your location and preferred shift preferences(s) in the supplemental questionnaires.

Typical Tasks (include, but are not limited to):
Receives and responds to questions from patrons concerning resources; answers reference questions from patrons or directs more difficult reference questions to appropriate librarian.
Advises patrons of library policies, procedures, and services in person and over the telephone.
Uses the online catalog and other resources to assist patrons in locating and selecting books and reference materials; instructs patrons in the use of library equipment and resources including the Internet; conducts subject searches.
Uses a computer to enter and retrieve information, locate library materials and charge and discharge materials; receives and processes requests and holds.
May assist in compiling booklists and pathfinders and answering reference questions in the area of specialty.
Receives inter-library loan requests; searches relevant database systems; confirms orders; upon receipt, verifies order and forwards item to patron; follows-up on items to ensure a timely return to originating library.
Assists the Branch Manager or others with various administrative tasks and programs.
Maintains shelf order; collects and accounts for fees and fines and makes deposits as necessary; keeps library records; writes reports.

Minimum Qualifications:
Education and Experience: Equivalent to graduation from an accredited four-year college or university; and two (2) years of work experience in library services. Spanish bilingual skills preferred.

Knowledge and Abilities:
Knowledge of:
Principles and practices of paraprofessional library work, including library reference, readers’ advisory, and other library services.
Principles, techniques, and procedures in cataloging, indexing, classifying, and organizing library materials.
Techniques for providing a high level of customer service by effectively dealing with the public, vendors, contractors, and Library staff.
Ability to:
Organize own work and the work of others, set priorities, and meet deadlines.
Interpret, explain, and apply all relevant Library policies and procedures, and applicable Federal and State laws, codes, and regulations.
Use computer and other technology, including software, hardware, and the Internet sufficient to be able to assist customers, conduct research, prepare reports, and use email and other communications technologies.

Application Process: 
Please go to https://www.calopps.org/sonoma-county-library to apply. Applications must be completed and submitted by the final filing date in order to be considered.  Resumes will not substitute for a completed application.
The application process may contain one or more of the following steps: a supplemental application, written test(s), skills assessment(s), and/or oral examination(s).

Employment Information:
Employment offers will be contingent upon a successful pre-employment verification/criminal records clearance. Having a criminal record will not necessarily disqualify an applicant from employment.
The eligibility list established from this recruitment may be used to fill future positions as they occur during the active status of the list.
The Sonoma County Library is an Equal Opportunity Employer

San Diego - University of San Diego - Archives/Digital Initiatives Assistant


Salary
$20.51 per hour; Excellent Benefits.

Closing date:  Open Until Filled
Note: External job postings will be up for at least five days. After that time, applications will be reviewed by the hiring manager/committee throughout the posting period. A candidate may be selected at any time which could then close this posting on a date earlier than listed.

Description
Reporting to the Records Manager/Processing Archivist, the Archives/Digital Initiatives Assistant supports the work of the Archives, Special Collections, and Digital Initiatives Department, including assistance with maintenance and projects related to the university archives, the university records management program, and technical operations associated with the university’s digital repository and digital initiatives. This individual performs both technical and public services work within the department.

The Archives/Digital Initiatives Assistant helps implement the records management program. They participate in records management activities for records transferred to the university archives. They train and supervise student and temporary employees in processing assistance for archival collections, creating inventories, and printing labels. The Archives/Digital Initiatives Assistant maintains bibliographic, item, and check-in records for university publications in the library’s integrated library system. They assist in the management, maintenance, and preservation of archival and special collections print and media collections including shelving; monitoring temperature and humidity in storage areas; shifting collections; and arranging for reformatting of material as needed. The Archives/Digital Initiatives Assistant manages incoming submissions to the institutional repository, implements workflows, creates and uploads entries, and scans material. They perform quality control for digital collections and also provide assistance for the annual Digital Initiatives Symposium.

The Archives/Digital Initiatives Assistant responds to requests for access to rare and archival material and for assistance with the digital repository. They may provide scans for requested material; answer basic reference questions; and monitor the Archives Reading Room as needed. The Archives/Digital Initiatives Assistant brings non-routine questions, requests, and problems to the attention of their supervisor. At times, this person may be the only library staff member on duty, and will have responsibility for the security and functioning of the department.

The Archives/Digital Initiatives Assistant maintains departmental supplies and recommends purchases. They also participate in developing department policies and recommending changes; developing and evaluating work flow patterns; and improving services.

Other duties may include serving on library committees and assisting with the maintenance of office equipment. 

Works under general guidance and direction of the Records Manager/Processing Archivist. 

Supervises part-time and temporary staff and student workers in the Archives, Special Collections, and Digital Initiatives Department.

Job Duties
Helps Implement University Archives and Records Management Program
Assists in performing quality assurance on archived university website
Assists Records Manager/Processing Archivist in working as liaison with university records creators
Assists in accessioning and inventory of archival collections
Maintains confidentiality
Assists in reformatting of archival material as needed
Creates Bibliographic and Digital Access for Archives/Special Collections
Maintains university publications collection
Provides collection maintenance
Applies preservation principles for the care of rare and fragile material
Scans selected archival/special collections material for inclusion in the institutional repository (IR) or as requested by researchers
Provides assistance for Digital Initiatives
Performs quality control checks on materials in the institutional repository (IR)
Helps process and post submissions received from authors to the IR
Assigns and applies Digital Object Identifiers (DOI) as appropriate
Prepares and ingests batch uploads of digitized content to the IR
Assists in answering inquiries regarding IR submissions
Assists with administrative tasks related to the annual Digital Initiatives Symposium
Helps Maintain Archives, Special Collections, and Digital Initiatives Department
Provides a secure environment for archival & special collections material
Monitors climate control
Provides basic reference assistance
Supervises student and temporary workers
Places service calls
Maintains supplies
Works on special projects
Serves on library committees and working groups as appropriate
Other duties as assigned

Minimum Qualifications:
Bachelor’s degree from an accredited institution
Two years academic/research library or archives/records management experience
Knowledge of archival principles or records management
Experience using scanning equipment
One year supervisory or leadership experience
Experience using MS Word/Excel and Google Docs
Experience using Adobe Acrobat

Preferred Qualifications:
Certificate from an archival, records management or library technology program
Experience with archives collection management software (e.g. ArchivesSpace)
Knowledge of preservation practices
Knowledge of Innovative Interfaces integrated library system and software 
Experience using Digital Commons repository platform
Familiarity with description standards and metadata schema (e.g. MARC, RDA, EAD, Dublin Core)
Experience using Photoshop
Preformance Expectations: Knowledge, Skills and Abilities
Knowledge of archival principles, records management, and library systems
Familiarity with specialized archival/records management terms and thesauri
Ability to provide reference services and apply preservation principles
Ability to maintain confidentiality
Ability to work in a secured environment
Strong service orientation
Collection maintenance experience
Ability to prioritize and work under a deadline
Detail-oriented and accurate in all work
Strong organizational and problem-solving skills
Ability to solve problems independently and to recognize when to refer
Excellent interpersonal, oral, and written communications skills
Ability to work cooperatively with staff and librarians
Commitment to continuous learning and to current trends related to job duties
Ability to be the sole employee in the department when necessary
Background check:  Successful completion of a pre-employment background check.
Degree Verification Requirement: Persons offered employment in this position will be required to provide official education transcripts for degree verification purposes. 

To Apply
Click Apply Now to complete our online application. In addition, please upload a cover letterand resume to your application profile for the hiring managers’ review.  If you have any questions or difficulties please contact the Employment Services Team at 619-260-6806, or email us at jobs@sandiego.edu

Fullerton - California State University - Collection Development and Management Librarian



Application Deadline
For full consideration, all application materials should be received by January 18, 2019. Position will remain open until filled.

Appointment Date
March 1, 2019

Rank & Salary
The position will be at the rank of Senior Assistant Librarian. Salary range will be from $67,656 to $69,360, commensurate with experience and qualifications. 

Description
California State University Fullerton (CSUF) Pollak Library is seeking an energetic librarian who is innovative, technologically adept, and service oriented, with a background in collection development and management. The Collection Development and Management Librarian works in close collaboration with colleagues from across Library units in developing, evaluating, and assessing the Library’s collections in all formats. The Librarian will offer leadership and expertise in refining and repositioning collections in the context of emerging trends and the evolving learning, teaching, and research needs of the diverse CSUF community. As Pollak Library embarks on a new strategic plan and reorganization, the Collection Development and Management Librarian will have the opportunity to participate in the development of new structures and methods.
Responsibilities
Chairs the Collection Development Team, working with colleagues from across the library to evaluate the collection needs of users, monitor collection use and need for adjustments, review product renewals and proposals, and discuss other collections-related issues.

Coordinates the process of subject librarian selection and deselection, including providing training as needed and overseeing the maintenance of approval and demand-driven-acquisition profiles.

Allocates and monitors the general collection materials budget.

Oversees deselection projects.

Serves as primary contact for collection evaluation activities such as proposals for new programs, department program reviews, accreditation reports, and internal assessments.

With the Electronic Resources and Acquisitions Librarians, reviews licenses and participates in the licensing workflow.

Coordinates the Library’s material gifts program, supervising 1-2 student assistants.

Provides leadership in the application of new technologies related to collection development and management.

Represents the Library on appropriate CSUF and CSU system committees or teams that promote collaboration among libraries in purchasing and sharing library materials and other resources.

Serves on department, Library, and University committees.

Qualifications
Required
Master’s degree in library and/or information science from an ALA- accredited institution or equivalent institution by the time of appointment.

Experience maintaining and developing collections in an academic or research library, including monitoring the general collection materials budget.

Strong leadership skills and the ability to work both independently and collegially on a team in a demanding and rapidly changing environment.

Well-developed analytical, organizational, and communications skills (oral, written, and interpersonal).

Evidence of interest in professional and scholarly activities.

Ability to interact effectively in a multicultural environment with co-workers, library users, and the wider campus community.

Preferred
Experience with developing, managing, and maintaining approval and/or demand-driven-acquisitions plans.

Experience assessing electronic resource usage and performing product comparisons.

Experience with developing, managing, and sharing collections in a consortial environment.

Experience working with vendors and content providers, such as subscription agents, electronic resource providers, and publishers.

Awareness of accessibility requirements for websites and digital sources.

Awareness of the potential impact of emerging international movements (e.g., OA2020, Plan S, Controlled Digital Lending) on local and shared Collection Management and Development.

A background check (including a criminal records check) must be completed satisfactorily before any candidate can be offered a position with the CSU.  Failure to satisfactorily complete the background check may affect application status of applicants or continued employment of current CSU employees who apply for the position. 

Application Procedure
A complete online application must be submitted in order to receive consideration. To apply, please go to: https://apps.fullerton.edu/facultyrecruitment to view all job listings and select 10898BR to begin the application process and provide the following materials:

Letters of interest (relating your experience to the required qualifications)
Curriculum vitae
A statement of commitment in working with a diverse student, faculty, colleagues, and community.
Three letters of reference (see instruction below)
On the References page of the online application, enter information and email addresses for three referents who will provide a confidential letter of reference for your application.  They will immediately receive a request via email along with information on uploading the letter.  You will be able to verify that each letter has been received by CSUF by logging back in to the recruitment system.
Please direct all questions about the position to: Katie Steben at ksteben@fullerton.edu or call 657-278-4067.