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System Director, Library and Archives, Henry Ford Health
GENERAL SUMMARY: Reporting to the System Vice President for Medical Education (VPME), the System Director, Libraries and Archives, provides integrated administrative leadership and educational resources for medical students, interns, residents, fellows, the HFHS interdisciplinary healthcare team and affiliated physicians. Identifies and implements strategies to address system, hospital and medical education programmatic goals while meeting the requirements of accrediting and other agencies to ensure program quality. Provides administrative oversight of all HFHS libraries and archives located in hospitals, medical centers and corporate locations throughout Southeastern Michigan. Advocates for educational resources, strengthens the institutional commitment and negotiates for capital resources.
Careers | Henry Ford Health - Detroit, MI
Biological and Biomedical Sciences Librarian I/II, Michigan State University
Job no: 847361
The Michigan State University Libraries (MSUL) is seeking a Health Sciences Librarian focused on the biological and biomedical sciences to serve as liaison to the departments of Biomedical Engineering, Biochemistry and Molecular Biology, Microbiology and Molecular Genetics, Molecular Cellular and Integrative Physiology, the Clinical and Translational Sciences Institute (Grand Rapids); and the Biomedical Laboratory Diagnostics Program. They will also liaise with graduate PhD programs in Neuroscience, Cell and Molecular Biology, and Genetics and Genomic Sciences.
Essential duties include:
As a member of the Health Sciences Team and reporting to the Health Sciences Coordinator, the Librarian will collaborate with library colleagues and partner with liaison units in providing library support for research, teaching, and learning. Biological and biomedical science faculty at MSU are an innovative community of researchers and teachers both on campus and around the world, with a focus on global engagement to solve problems. MSU’s extensive opportunities for teaching and learning in the field have been enhanced with the recently opened STEM Teaching and Learning Facility, which emphasizes the importance of classroom and laboratory spaces for gateway science courses – including the Biomolecular Science Gateway program for graduate students. In support of these initiatives, the Libraries serves as a center of activity and engagement on campus, with librarians empowered to support both student development and transformative research activities.
The MSU Libraries are closely aligned with teaching and learning innovation on campus and are particularly interested in candidates who are engaged in or excited about innovative teaching methods. The successful candidate will be broadly focused and collaborative, building partnerships with faculty, students, researchers, and other library users. The librarian may participate approximately quarter-time in a secondary assignment based on the needs of the library and candidate interests. Some evening and weekend hours may be required.
Librarians are appointed as regular faculty in the continuing appointment system. They are engaged in professional development and scholarly activities related to their position and serve on library and university committees as elected or assigned.
The MSU Libraries Strategic Plan guides our current and future work. The candidate will enthusiastically partner with our diverse campus to grow our welcoming multicultural environment. More information on MSU and the MSU Libraries’ dedication to diversity, equity, and inclusion is available at: http://www.inclusion.msu.edu/about/index.html.
Michigan State University Libraries serve more than 4,900 faculty, 36,000 undergraduates, and 11,000 graduate and professional students on a park-like campus of over 5,000 acres.
Equal Employment Opportunity Statement All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, citizenship, age, disability or protected veteran status.
Required Application Materials
Interested applicants should provide a letter of application, CV/resume, and names, addresses and email addresses of three references (2 must be present/past supervisors) to http://careers.msu.edu.
The university is requiring all MSU students, faculty and staff to be vaccinated against COVID-19 with limited exceptions. Learn more at: https://msu.edu/together-we-will/
MSU provides generous fringe benefits.
For questions, please contact Jacquelyn Hansen, email@example.com, at MSU Libraries' Human Resources Department.
Remote Work Statement
Advertised: Feb 16, 2023 Eastern Standard Time
Librarian (PT), Henry Ford Macomb Hospital
Henry Ford Health has an immediate opening for a part-time librarian (24 hours/week). This position works with another full-time librarian to provide reference services to the Macomb Hospital in Clinton Township staff and to generally manage the day-to-day services of the library. JOB NUMBER: 231584
Under direction of department leadership, develops, implements and/or coordinates highly specialized professional library services in one or more of the following areas: Reference services, System-wide selection, licensing and organization of library materials, Library system-wide website development and oversite, System-wide library curriculum development, instruction and manuscript preparation, System-wide electronic journal management and scholarly activity tracking, Document delivery and interlibrary loan services, or Day-to-day management of a regional library. The customers and end users of these services include physicians, researchers, other clinical service providers, and hospital leadership.
• Master's Degree in Information/Library Science from an A.L.A. accredited program.
Health Equity Informationist (Assistant/Associate Librarian), The University of Michigan Library
This is a full-time, regular, unionized position as part of LEO-GLAM. Appointment is anticipated as an assistant librarian or associate librarian. The target salary range for this position is $59,500 to $62,000 for the Assistant Librarian rank and $63,000 to $73,000 for the Associate Librarian rank.
As the Health Equity Informationist, you will develop and apply specialized health equity and diversity knowledge to provide information and engage in activities to progress toward health care equity by reducing health disparities. In collaboration with the HS-STEM team (Health Sciences - Science, Technology, Engineering, Math), you will cultivate relationships with the health sciences communities and create a climate of cooperation for engagement between the library and schools, colleges, and departments in health and biomedical sciences. You will report to the Assistant Director of Academic and Clinical Engagement.
• Partner with our administrators and faculty on strategic development of programs and projects relevant to health equity and structural racism in healthcare, including grant-funded activities. (25%)
Library Director, Cleary University
Cleary University invites candidates to apply for the position of Library Director. The academic team at Cleary University seeks a dynamic student- and faculty-focused leader possessing a successful record of championing a strong, vibrant, and relevant educational experience of exceptional quality.
Fulfilling Cleary University’s Mission to “provide an intimate and inclusive, student-centered business education that instills the values of The Cleary Mind™ in our community”, the Library Director works closely with key academic, student affairs, operational leaders, and university personnel to support the success of Cleary University’s student and faculty communities, which includes traditional campus-based students, student athletes, and returning adult students across a variety of faculty-taught instructional modalities.
The Library Director requires an individual with thoughtful leadership and innovative vision. Working with the students, faculty, key leaders throughout the University, and relevant personnel, the Library Director is responsible for advancing the excellence and quality of the University’s curricular (undergraduate and graduate) programs, co-curricular programs, and initiatives. Using outstanding communication and administration skills, the Library Director aligns essential internal and external constituencies toward common goals.
Best consideration will be given to those candidates with applications received before August 6, 2022. Applications will continue to be accepted until the position is filled.
Identify, evaluate, and communicate emerging trends, resources, practices, and standards in library resource management, usage statistics, data management, access, and discovery to enhance library services.
Create and implement a strategic plan that envisions the evolving role of library services and educational resources to support student and faculty success in a progressive, innovative university environment.
Manage the life cycle of library resources, including databases, e-books, streaming video, and serials.
Support, supervise, and evaluate day-to-day library operations and related support processes across all instructional modalities.
Communicate, gather relevant information, make determinations, and satisfy student and faculty questions, challenges, and emergencies.
Recruit, hire, train, schedule, evaluate, and support library personnel.
Conduct regular meetings with faculty, covering routine academic matters and stimulating exchange of ideas on issues of educational/philosophical interest and concern.
Collaborate with the faculty within the system of academic governance to develop and revise the academic curriculum for strength, vibrancy, relevancy, and quality, including key usage of periodic assessment and program review efforts.
Collaborate with relevant academic, student affairs, operations leaders to propose, construct, and implement academic and University initiatives to improve student and faculty success.
Implement and manage online library technologies to promote efficient and effective library usage (e.g., LibGuides, EZProzy, etc.).
Create training/instructional videos, research guides, and digital materials for use across a variety of student and faculty populations and instructional modalities.
Collaborate with relevant personnel to measure, monitor, analyze, and communicate undergraduate Academic Assessment and Institutional Effectiveness metrics and goals (including those related to library service efficacy).
Fully support compliance with legal requirements of government regulations and agencies.
Fully support ongoing and emergent institutional accreditation, programmatic accreditation, and institutional affiliation requirements of Cleary University.
Perform other duties as assigned.
An earned master's degree in Library Science or Library and Information Science (from an ALA-accredited institution) or in a related discipline/field from an institutionally (i.e., regionally) accredited institution.
A minimum of three years of progressive leadership experience in university/college library administration, equivalent to a Library Director, Associate Director, Associate Librarian, or Services Coordinator.
Successfully experience developing, revising, or maintaining library holdings and related resources in a college/university library.
Successful experience developing, revising, or maintaining trainings/instruction for students and faculty in a college/university library.
Successful experience developing, revising, or maintaining information technologies to support access to library holdings and related resources.
Successful experience developing, negotiating, or maintaining vendor relationships to acquire and optimize library holdings consistent with financial budgets.
Successfully experience developing, revising, or maintaining co-curricular assessment in a college/university library.
Successfully experience promoting and implementing a library’s key role in the teaching/learning process and as a key contributor to information literacy.
Successful experience developing, revising, or maintaining policies and procedures supporting open access, scholarly communication, copyright compliance, plagiarism compliance, and intellectual freedom.
Familiarity with the ACRL (Association of College & Research Libraries) framework for information literacy for higher education Required Skills Demonstrated commitment to diversity, equity, and inclusion in all forms.
Strong and effective written, verbal, and interpersonal communication skills. Strong and effective organizational, budgetary, and time management skills, including demonstrated proficiency in meeting deadlines and urgency in responding to student, faculty, and staff communications.
Demonstrated commitment to academic governance.
Effective working cooperatively in a team environment.
Proficiency making decisions a data-driven and data-informed environment. Proficiency working with standard office, learning management, and mobile applications.
Employment Classification: The Library Director will be a full-time employee.
Application Instructions: Visit https://cleary.edu/about-cleary/employment/
Librarian I/II, Vera P. Shiffman Medical Library at Wayne State University
We are searching for an experienced Librarian I/II 046732 at our Detroit campus location.
Wayne State University is a premier, public, urban research university located in the heart of Detroit where students from all backgrounds are offered a rich, high quality education. Our deep rooted commitment to excellence, collaboration, integrity, diversity and inclusion creates exceptional educational opportunities preparing students for success in a diverse, global society.
Essential Functions (Job Duties):
The Residency in Urban Health Research Librarianship will give two new library professionals the opportunity to gain expertise in biomedical library services in a vibrant, urban health research environment while pursuing certification from the Medical Library Association (MLA) in research data management or consumer health information management, or in-depth knowledge and skills in scholarly communications and publishing.
The overarching goal of the residency experience is to foster the professional growth and development of underrepresented groups in academic research librarianship in a supportive, team environment.
Two dynamic, service-oriented, and team-oriented Urban Health Research Librarians (UHRL) will be chosen to support the academic and clinical communities of Wayne State University School of Medicine and Eugene Applebaum College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences, delivering in-depth biomedical information research support, user consultations and instruction, information management responsibilities, and some special projects.
The positions will be fully embedded in the Shiffman Medical Library organizational structure, working with a team of librarians and staff and reporting to the Library Director. They will be responsible for assessing user needs, ultimately leading activities, training, and projects to increase the discovery and application of library resources for urban health research.
Master's Degree from an ALA-accredited program in information and library science earned by December 2019.
At least 2.5 years of professional experience working in an academic, public, special, or research library setting.
Direct experience working with diverse user groups and building professional networks.
A growth mindset, driven by effectively embracing challenges and welcoming opportunities.
General knowledge of MLA professional competencies.
Some experience or increasing knowledge of providing reference services, conducting literature searches, delivering online library instruction via Zoom, Teams, and Skype, and creating LibGuides.
Job Type: Full Time
Compensation Type: Annual Salary
Job Openings: 2
Reference and Instruction Librarian-Health Professions (Tenure Track, Assistant Professor), Central Michigan University
Central Michigan University seeks a 12-month, tenure-track faculty Reference Librarian / Health Professions Librarian at the rank of Assistant Professor to join our library team. The Health Professions Librarian reports to the Associate Dean of University Libraries. Serving approximately 15,000 students, Central Michigan University is a doctoral research institution recognized for strong undergraduate education and a range of focused graduate programs and research.
Duties and Responsibilities:
Shares responsibility with other librarians in the Library Research and Instruction Services department for providing reference and research support to CMU students, faculty, and staff, and performing library instruction to classes as requested. Teaches a one-credit library skills course as part of a rotation with others. Participates in collection development and serves as subject liaison for the academic disciplines of the College of Health Professions. Performs literature searches and constructs systematic review searches as requested by College of Health Professions faculty. Proactively communicates and collaborates with individuals inside and outside the library to provide the most effective library service possible. As a faculty member, makes positive contributions toward university service and service to the broader profession and actively engages in scholarly and/or creative achievements. Assumes other responsibilities as assigned. This position may include occasional weekend or evening hours.
Salary is commensurate with qualifications; minimum $60,000. Excellent benefit package available, including medical, dental and generous retirement contributions.
Required Qualifications: Applicants must possess a Master’s degree in library/information science or equivalent degree from an American Library Association (ALA)-accredited program, excellent communication skills, a strong customer service orientation, and evidence of potential for earning tenure/promotion as a library faculty member. This position requires library reference and instruction experience. Applicants must show evidence of the ability to carry out assignments independently and cooperatively. Ability to perform the essential functions of the job with or without reasonable accommodations.
Preferred Qualifications: Subject expertise in a health-related field. Experience working in an academic library or health sciences library. Experience performing literature searches and systematic reviews. Additional advanced degree.
Message to Applicants: Review of Applications begin March 6, 2023. The starting date is negotiable, but July 1, 2023 is preferred. Position will remain open until filled. The university reserves the right to close the recruitment process once a sufficient applicant pool has been identified. For best consideration, please submit application materials before Monday, March 6, 2023. You must submit an online application to be considered an applicant for this position.
Central Michigan University is dedicated to fostering a broadly diverse and inclusive campus that respects all social identities, experiences, and perspectives. In an effort to further this initiative, we are especially interested in candidates who will advance and promote an inclusive and supportive environment for every member of our university community. We encourage applicants from historically underrepresented populations, veterans, women, and other minority groups to apply.
You must submit an on-line application in order to be considered as an applicant for this position. Cover letters may be addressed to the Hiring Committee.
About the Department Mission statement: In accordance with Central Michigan University’s mission, shared values, and goals, the Libraries support and enrich the learning experience and create a dynamic environment through which our community can discover, access, and use information effectively for academic success, research, and life-long learning.
To learn more about the Libraries, visit the Libraries’ website.
Tenure Track Medical Librarian, Oakland University William Beaumont School of Medicine
The Oakland University William Beaumont School of Medicine Medical Library is currently seeking a full-time, 12-month, tenure-track faculty librarian within the Department of Foundational Medical Studies. The successful candidate will be an innovative, collaborative and service-oriented librarian expected to work with medical students and an interdisciplinary team of master educators, clinicians and researchers within the Department of Foundational Medical Studies, OUWB and Oakland University’s Medical Library.
Please see the full position description at https://jobs.oakland.edu/postings/25809 for more information and to apply.
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