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Reference Librarian (Digitization) / Library of Michigan

The Library of Michigan has a Reference Librarian (Digitization) position open for interested applicants:

Position: Librarian 9-P11
Salary: $1,755.20 - $2,644.80 Biweekly
Location: Lansing, MI
Job Type: Permanent Full Time
Job Number: 3103-21-111 LH
Closing: 9/17/2021

Reporting to the Head of Special Collections, this position performs on a regular basis professional librarian assignments and functions as an entry-level Reference Librarian specializing in workflow design and planning for digitization projects, digital archiving and curation of online content, and consulting on metadata design and creation for items being digitized in coordination with the Collections Librarian. This work will fit within the overall plan and scope of the Collections strategy of the Special Collections unit.

Posting: https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/michigan/jobs/3221599/librarian-9-p11
Position Description: https://mcsc.state.mi.us/AgencyPDFs/LIBPD21111.pdf

Reference Librarian/Arts, Media, and Design Librarian (Tenure Track, Assistant Professor) / Central Michigan University

Position Title Reference Librarian/Arts, Media, and Design Librarian (Tenure Track, Assistant Professor)
College/Unit Dean of Libraries
Home Department Libraries
Employee Group Tenure-Track Faculty - 12 month
Employment Status Full-Time
Position Type 12 month
Position Classification Tenure Track Faculty
Position Begin Date 01/03/2022
Position End Date
Position Summary
Central Michigan University is seeking a librarian to join the CMU Libraries as our Arts, Media, and Design Librarian at the rank of Assistant Professor. This position serves in the Library Research and Instruction Services (LRIS) department and reports to the Associate Dean of University Libraries. Service on library and university committees and participation in the CMU Libraries’ strategic planning efforts are required. This is a 12-month tenure-track faculty position, and the individual in it will be expected to meet the university’s requirements for reappointment, tenure, and promotion, including scholarship and service.

Duties and Responsibilities:

Provides specialized library instruction and research consultations for students within the College of the Arts and Media and the College of Education and Human Services. Programs include but are not limited to Art and Design, Broadcast and Cinematic Arts, Communication, Fashion Merchandising and Design, Interior Design, and Journalism.

Provides general reference services, including virtual reference, to support all students and faculty. 

Works closely with the library’s Adobe Digital Lounge to support student development of digital

Provides research support for faculty including literature searches.
Consults with faculty during the online course development process to recommend and embed appropriate library services and resources. 

Serves over 2,000 students and over 90 faculty in arts, media, and design degree programs. 

Develops and assesses arts, media, and design collections (journals, books, media, etc.). 

Teaches LIB 197, a one credit information literacy course, on a rotating basis. 

Participates in library projects and initiatives.

Serves on library and university committees and within the academic library profession.  

Actively engages in scholarly and/or creative endeavors.  
Salary is commensurate with qualifications; minimum $58,500. Excellent benefit package available, including medical, dental and generous retirement contributions.

Required Qualifications
ALA-accredited master’s degree in Library or Information Science.

Undergraduate degree in an arts, media, or design program related to this position’s responsibilities or equivalent professional experience. 

Excellent written and verbal communication skills.

Excellent interpersonal skills. 

Demonstrated ability to work effectively both collaboratively and independently. 

Demonstrated ability to learn and adopt technologies quickly.

Ability to perform the essential functions of the job with or without reasonable accommodations.

Preferred Qualifications
Recent professional librarian experience working in an academic library.

Additional graduate degree in a related field.

Experience creating digital media or digital humanities projects.

Experience using the Adobe Creative Suite.

Experience liaising with Art, Media, and/or Design programs and faculty.

Message to Applicants
Review of applications begins 10/04/2021. The starting date is negotiable, but January 3, 2022 is preferred. Information about CMU can be found at https://www.cmich.edu 

We encourage applicants from historically underrepresented populations, veterans, women, and other minority groups to apply. Applications must be submitted online at: htps://www.jobs.cmich.edu.

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, October 4, 2021.   

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.
Posting Begins 09/08/2021
Posting Ends
Open Until Filled Yes
Type of Recruitment External
About CMU
Central Michigan University has a more than 125-year legacy of preparing students to become leaders and changemakers in their communities and in their personal and professional lives. 
We serve nearly 19,500 students on our Mount Pleasant campus, in satellite locations around the state and throughout the country, and through flexible online programs. Many of our approximately 300 undergraduate, master’s, specialist and doctoral programs in the arts, media, business, education, human services, health professions, liberal arts, social sciences, medicine, science and engineering are nationally ranked for excellence. 
CMU leads the nation in leadership development programming through our Sarah R. Opperman Leadership Institute, and we are proud to be among only 5% of U.S. universities in the top two Carnegie research classifications. Our faculty work with graduate and undergraduate students in areas such as Great Lakes research, medical innovation, engineering technology and more.
Central is home to 17 men’s and women’s Division 1 sports including football, basketball, gymnastics, baseball, wrestling and more. Our student-athletes achieve great success in competition and in the classroom, capturing Mid-American Conference championships and maintaining an average cumulative GPA of 3.17.
CMU is located in Mount Pleasant, a community that blends the best of small-town living with big-city amenities. It’s part of the culturally varied and vibrant Great Lakes Bay Region that also includes Saginaw, Bay City, Midland and the state’s largest Native American community, centered on the Saginaw Chippewa Isabella Reservation in Mount Pleasant.
Area residents enjoy the mix of outdoor activities, cultural events, shopping and dining options, and family attractions. Other major Michigan destinations and attractions — Lansing, Grand Rapids, Detroit, Traverse City, wineries, beaches, golf and ski resorts, and many more — are within easy reach of the city’s central location in Michigan’s Lower Peninsula.
CMU employees enjoy access to a nationally recognized wellness program along with health care and benefits that exceed regional, state and national norms.
EEO Statement

CMU, an AA/EO institution, strongly and actively strives to increase diversity and provide equal opportunity within its community. CMU does not discriminate against persons based on age, color, disability, ethnicity, familial status, gender, gender expression, gender identity, genetic information, height, marital status, national origin, political persuasion, pregnancy, childbirth or related medical conditions, race, religion, sex, sex‐based stereotypes, sexual orientation, transgender status, veteran status, or weight (see http://www.cmich.edu/ocrie).

If you wish to see “EEO is the Law” posters, please click here.

CMU does not discriminate on the basis of sex in the education program or activity that it operates, including admission and employment, and is required by Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972 not to discriminate in such a matter.

Inquiries about the application of Title IX can be made to CMU’s Title IX Coordinator, the US Department of Education’s Assistant Secretary, or both.

CMU’s Title IX Coordinator can be reached at:
Phone: 989-774-3253
Office: 103 E. Preston St.
Bovee University Center, suite 306
Mount Pleasant, MI 48858
Email: titleix@cmich.edu

Digital Collections Librarian II / Wayne State University

The Wayne State University Library System (WSULS) seeks an innovative, service-oriented Digital Collections Librarian (II) to advance the University's mission to create and advance knowledge, prepare a diverse student body to thrive, and positively impact local and global communities. The university mission embodies 150 years of educational excellence and access: its students, staff, and faculty are driven to transcend historical and divisive inequities in our society. Our mission of access and proud culture of diversity demands a Librarian who embraces an environment of inclusion that extends beyond simple tolerance by leveraging the power of peoples' individual identities and diverse perspectives to create and curate truly inclusive and accessible collections.


Position Description:

The Digital Collections Librarian works in the Discovery Services Unit under the supervision of the Assistant Dean. In conjunction with the Digital Publishing and Web teams, and especially with the Reuther Library (the largest Labor archive in North America), this individual will work in concert with the Reuther's Technical Services Archivist to effect access and discovery of a range of library- and archive-curated digital materials. The Digital Collections Librarian will be focused on the establishment of access systems and the design of user interfaces to ensure community engagement with Wayne State University Libraries’ diverse digital collections.

Early opportunities will include evaluating Wayne State’s existing digital collections/platform for migration to ContentDM; advancing our implementations of digital archival management systems and their integration with digital collection infrastructure; and evaluating potential print and digital collections for inclusion in our online offerings.

Essential Job Functions:

* With key archivists, coordinate colleagues to effect access and discovery of digital collections
* Evaluate and implement (in partnership with technical colleagues) access systems appropriate to a range of digital objects
* Develop and theme user interfaces for access systems to digital collections
* Where necessary, coordinate digitization efforts for the Library System
* Identify, curate, or otherwise evaluate or implement potential additions to the Library System’s digital collections
* Collaborate with partners inside and outside the library on digital collections-related initiatives, evaluating goals, requirements, and scope to meet partner needs
* Translate ideas developed in collaboration with partners into actionable workflows and infrastructure in the library
* Provide project management for ongoing initiatives
* Monitor professional trends in assigned areas and make recommendations such that services and resources are kept up to date with current best practice


* Master’s degree in Library and Information Science from an ALA- accredited library school
* Demonstrated experience using web scripting technologies to theme or otherwise implement user interfaces
* Experience creating, managing or otherwise administering library or archive digital collections
* Evidence of commitment to diversity, equity and inclusion in a higher education setting
* Demonstrated ability to work both collaboratively and independently to manage projects and initiatives and set priorities
* Competency in identifying, analysing, and solving problems
* Curiosity and a commitment to learn where knowledge gaps exist
* Highly developed written and verbal communication skills
* Basic familiarity with archival principles and practice

Preferred Qualifications:

* Experience instantiating and working with the evolving ecosystem of digital tools, such as Omeka, and their dependencies
* Experience with scripting at the operating system level
* Demonstrated proficiency in common supporting metadata technologies such as XML/XSLT and/or RDF
* Knowledge of developing technologies, standards, and best practices in digital collection management, policy and preservation
* Experience administering ArchiveSpace and/or Archivematica


This is a full-time, regular, 12-month, benefits-eligible appointment as Academic Staff, represented by the AAUP-AFT on an Employment Security Status track. Benefits include medical, dental, vision, employee/dependent life and long-term disability insurance, retirement savings plans, tuition assistance, and generous paid time off.


Apply for this position online at https://jobs.wayne.edu. Search for posting number 045701. Include a cover letter detailing your suitability to the functions and qualifications in the job description. Questions to jnf@wayne.edu.

Michigan Elibrary Coordinator (Library Consultant)

This position administers the statewide virtual library program, MeL.org, at the Library of Michigan.

The application deadline is September 19, 2021.

Full posting and position description can be found here: https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/michigan/jobs/3199598/library-consultant-14?keywords=library&pagetype=jobOpportunitiesJobs

Part-Time Librarian (2 positions) / Washtenaw Community College

The Bailey Library at Washtenaw Community College has two Part time Faculty Librarian positions open. Washtenaw Community College is situated between the University of Michigan and Eastern Michigan University in Ann Arbor, MI. We have a diverse and active student community looking to engage with you!

Postings available here:

Position Description:
Washtenaw Community College Richard W. Bailey Library seeks an innovative, collaborative, user-focused, outward-looking, future-oriented, and technology-savvy individual for the Part-Time Professional Librarian position.

Position Summary:
Under the supervision of the Executive Director of Library, the Part-Time Professional Librarian provides library instruction services, direct research assistance, selective collection development responsibilities, and undertakes special library projects in consultation with the Executive Director. This is an entry-level position.

Essential Job Duties and Responsibilities:
· Conduct critical information literacy instruction for individuals and groups, and develop innovative pedagogy to achieve desired learning outcomes.
· Provide research assistance to library users both on site and via electronic means.
· Responsible for collection development in specific subject areas to ensure close alignment with the college curriculum, promote and monitor usage, and engage in collection deacquisition.
· Serve as a liaison with academic departments and instructors to provide library support of instruction and student learning.
· Conduct outreach programming and collaborations with faculty, staff and outside library constituents in developing library partnerships and services.
· Develop guides and systems, print and electronic, to improve users’ access to library resources.
· Participate in staff efforts in marketing and public relations to promote library resources and services.
· Responsible for special library projects as assigned by the Executive Director of Library.
· Participates in regularly scheduled meetings and conferences as allowable within schedule.
· Perform other duties as assigned.

Hours/Schedule: Maximum hours per week are twenty (20), daytime and evening hours.

Minimum Qualifications:
Minimum Required Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:
· Master’s degree in Library/Information Science from an American Library Association accredited program.
· Excellent collaborative, interpersonal and communications skills to serve and partner with diverse constituencies.
· Excellent instructional skills in an individual or a group setting.
· Excellent skills in problem-solving and team-work in an open, collegial environment.
· Ability to work independently to achieve project objectives within given timelines.
· Enthusiasm for new ideas, student collaborations, and creative presentations.
· Strong analytical skills in data analysis and problem resolution.
· Commitment to continuous professional development and activities in rapidly changing library and technology environments.
· Commitment to basic professional principles and values, such as the centrality of library users, user privacy, equal access to information, intellectual freedom, etc.
· Availability to work daytime and evening hours.

Additional Preferred Qualifications:
· Experience with programming development and outreach activities.
· Experience with the Libguides platform.
· Experience with displays and outreach materials development.

Our college strives to make a positive difference in people’s lives through accessible and excellent educational programs and services.

Washtenaw Community College seeks to recruit and retain a diverse workforce as a reflection of our commitment to serve our diverse community and to build on the success of our students faculty & staff. Washtenaw Community College is committed to creating an inclusive, welcoming environment.

Washtenaw Community College is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer.
Salary/Hourly Rate: $37.15

URL for further information

Circulation Supervisor / Cornerstone University, Grand Rapids

Department: Staff
Office: Grand Rapids

Location: Grand Rapids, MI

Job ID: 1693585

JOB TITLE: Circulation Supervisor DATE: July, 2021

CLASSIFICATION: Full-time, hourly

REPORTS TO: Director of Library

DEPT: Library

LOCATION: Miller Library


The Circulation Supervisor manages the circulation area of Miller Library. Circulation services include general circulation, holds management, maintaining the reserve collection, shelf maintenance, and servicing public computers, copiers and printers for patrons. The Circulation Supervisor is responsible for the supervision of the student assistants and works to insure smooth operation of the various department activities. As a visible contact person, this position is also a key representative of the library in its relation with patrons.


Other duties may be assigned.

  • Oversee daily operation of circulation area (including, but not limited to, general circulation, holds management, reserve collections, shelf maintenance)
  • Manage student assistants—including hiring, training, and evaluating
  • Plan, organize and delegate work for student assistants
  • Develop and maintain schedules for circulation
  • Support library and university policies
  • Monitor and evaluate the technology and equipment needs for circulation area (Reference computers, printers and copiers)
  • Act as liaison with Technology Support in maintenance of computer equipment
  • Maintain supplies for the circulation and public service areas
  • Pursue further professional training and development.
  • Maintain statistics for area
  • Manage library online forms (booking Group Study Rooms and faculty Reserves)
  • Provide basic reference services
  • Responsible for processing and maintaining reserve materials
  • Enforce copyright laws regarding items on reserve
  • Maintain circulation procedure manual
  • Supervise yearly inventory
  • Accept responsibility for mediating library policies and procedures with patrons
  • Manage delinquent accounts
  • Communicate well with the campus community and all library patrons
  • Participate in library events as needed
  • Other related duties as assigned, for example: Outreach Committee, Library Student Advisory Council


  • Bachelor’s degree
  • 1-3 years in library or managerial experience
  • Ability to handle detail accurately and make good decisions quickly
  • Good interpersonal communication and supervisory skills
  • Ability to handle a number of demands simultaneously
  • Experience with Innovative Interfaces, Microsoft Office
  • Ability to function in a team environment
  • Desire to learn new technology
  • Knowledge of computers and comfort with changing technology
  • High level organizational skills
  • Availability to work some evenings and weekends as needed


  • A personal relationship with Jesus Christ and an active Christian commitment.
  • A theology that supports the values and mission of Cornerstone University evidenced by an ability to affirm and sign the university’s doctrinal statement, “The Cornerstone Confession.”
  • Enthusiastic embrace of the Cornerstone University Identity, Mission and Vision statements.

Review of candidates will begin immediately. Please apply online if you are interested in this position. If you have any questions, you may email Human Resources at hr@cornerstone.edu.

Women, minorities and persons with disabilities are encouraged to apply.

Associate University Librarian for Library Information Technology / University of Michigan


Job Summary

The University of Michigan Library seeks an Associate University Librarian for Library Information Technology (AUL for LIT) to serve in a senior leadership role providing comprehensive and strategic management of all information technology for the library system, including oversight of the library system’s five departments.

Consistently ranked as one of the world’s largest academic research libraries, the University of Michigan Library offers a wealth of resources in both traditional and digital formats, encompassing more than 8.5 million print volumes and one of the finest digital collections in the world. The University of Michigan Library culture is one of innovation, collaboration, respect, and inclusion. Through the AUL for LIT’s leadership, the library will successfully balance library management technology needs while navigating a growing and complex frontier around advanced uses of library content, innovation, and broader collaboration as a major research university. The University of Michigan is a founding member and host to HathiTrust, a non-profit collaborative of academic and research libraries, and is an engaged and collaborative partner in programs such as the Big Ten Academic Alliance and the Digital Library Federation.

The library’s mission is to support, enhance, and collaborate in the instructional, research, and service activities of faculty, students, and staff and contribute to the common good by collecting, organizing, preserving, communicating, sharing, and creating the record of human knowledge. The library is committed to recruiting and retaining a diverse workforce and encourages all employees to incorporate their diverse backgrounds, skills, and life experiences into their work.

Reporting to the Associate Dean of Libraries, The AUL for Library IT leads the library’s IT Division, and will, in collaboration with partners in administration and their teams, create technology related strategic directions and objectives. Working within a collaborative environment, the AUL for LIT serves as a representative for the interests of the LIT division and the U-M Library while thoughtfully navigating the broader campus community at the University of Michigan and within the greater community of academic research libraries and their members.


  • Participate in a highly-aligned, deeply-interdependent senior leadership team, sharing responsibility to successfully advance our strategic objectives, support our users, maintain our infrastructure, and allocate our resources.
  • Lead the design, development, and management of a flexible and reliable technology environment in support of the library’s mission.
  • Partner with Information Technology (IT) leadership across campus and engaging with high-level campus initiatives.
  • Lead the deployment of Information Technology division expertise, including approximately 50 specialist librarians, developers, and related staff.
  • Ensure that principles of inclusion, diversity, equity, accessibility, and anti-racism are fully integrated throughout the work of the Library IT Division.
  • Align resources with strategic priorities in order to continue developing library service portfolios and connect library services to emergent practices and technologies.
  • Actively engage with inter-institutional partnerships (e.g. HathiTrust, Big Ten Academic Alliance).

Required Qualifications:

  • Experience navigating, negotiating, and building key relationships in a higher education, academic, non-profit and/or business setting.
  • Collaborative leadership skills with proven success in developing and sustaining deep partnerships with colleagues across multiple departments, both internally and externally.
  • Excellent communication, including the ability to include, listen to, communicate, and translate information effectively with diverse audiences.
  • Aligning departmental programs, priorities, and services with overall organizational strategy.
  • Appreciation for the importance of diversity in the workplace and the ability to nourish in a culture that values diversity of thought, identity, experience, and background.
  • Commitment and strong record of modeling, mentoring, and developing individuals and teams.
  • Demonstrated success as a manager and leader of high performing teams and in attracting and developing their skills and abilities.
  • Progressively responsible experience in budget and project planning, and short- and long-term information technology planning and management.
  • Graduate degree in computer science, information systems/technology, educational technology, library science, archival or museum studies, or in any related field.

Application Deadline

Job openings are posted for a minimum of seven calendar days. The review and selection process may begin as early as the eighth day after posting. This opening may be removed from posting boards and filled anytime after the minimum posting period has ended.

U-M EEO/AA Statement

The University of Michigan is an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer.

Assistant/Associate Professor & Information Services and Liaison Librarian / University of Illinois at Chicago

The liaison position focuses on advocating for the needs of the College of Medicine, designing instructional materials, supporting research initiatives, and offering feedback on collection development decisions. There are many growth opportunities with this position and it is in a very supportive library department. Finally, as it is a faculty position, the successful candidate will also be encouraged to conduct research and scholarly work.

If you are interested in learning more and applying, please visit the COM Liaison Position on the UIC Jobs site. For fullest consideration, apply by June 11th, and the closure date is June 25th.

Natural Language Processing Specialist (AI), Univ of Florida Libraries

Natural Language Processing Specialist (AI)
Assistant University Librarian or Associate University Librarian
University of Florida
George A Smathers Libraries

The University of Florida's, George A. Smathers Libraries seek a creative, collaborative, and services-oriented candidate to enhance research support in the areas of Natural Language Processing (NLP) and Digital Sciences. As part of UF’s partnership with Nvidia and the university’s AI Initiative (https://ai.jobs.ufl.edu/), this position leads the Smathers Libraries’ commitment to “AI for everyone”. The NLP Specialist (AI) is a year-round (12 month) tenure-track faculty position with primary responsibilities in instruction, consultation, and project work in NLP, text mining, predictive text, and related areas. The position works with library colleagues, researchers, and educators from throughout the University of Florida community to create, identify, and evaluate learning resources in the areas of NLP and Digital Sciences; advocate for the role of the Smathers Libraries in supporting related education and research; and build effective, inclusive, collaborations across the campus community.

As a member of the Academic Research Consulting and Services (ARCS) department, the NLP Specialist synergizes with existing specialists who provide expertise in bioinformatics analysis, data management, informatics, rigor and reproducibility, systematic reviews, and related areas (http://arcs.uflib.ufl.edu/). ARCS is strategically expanding its support to AI education, research, equity, and outreach, with this position formally liaising to other expert faculty hired through the university’s AI Initiative. The NLP Specialist sets a foundation in NLP for UF students from all majors, and faculty and staff interested in incorporating NLP technology and techniques to their discipline-specific teaching and research.

The search will remain open until filled, and applications will be reviewed starting April 1, 2021. 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.

The University of Florida is an equal opportunity employer and is strongly committed to the diversity of our faculty and staff. Applicants from a broad spectrum of people, including members of ethnic minorities and disabled persons, are especially encouraged to apply.

Address inquiries to Tina Marie Litchfield, Smathers Libraries Human Resources Office, at: tlitchfield@uflib.ufl.edu.

Associate Dean for Research and Health Sciences
Associate University Librarian or University Librarian
University of Florida
George A Smathers Libraries

The George A. Smathers Libraries seek an innovative and collaborative candidate to apply for its Associate Dean for Research and Health Sciences (Associate Dean) position. This tenure-track position provides vision and leadership for research services across the larger UF community, as well as strategic support of the multi-faceted mission of UF’s Health Science Center.

The Smathers Libraries are key partners in advancing the research enterprise, leading and supporting initiatives to grow infrastructure and services that enhance UF’s diverse research portfolio, which includes over $900 million annually in funded research. In strategic collaboration with campus partners, the Smathers Libraries contribute to identifying and advancing research support systems, tools, and services that meet campus needs and priorities through deep engagement in education, research, equity, and outreach, including a new emphasis on supporting artificial intelligence. The Associate Dean partners with UF’s research community, representing the Smathers Libraries capabilities, priorities, and values. The Associate Dean communicates the needs of the research community in order to align Smathers Libraries programs and initiatives. One central way the Smathers Libraries directly support research is through the cross-disciplinary Academic Research Consulting & Services (ARCS) team, which provides data management, reproducibility, open science, bioinformatics, informatics, and more research services through expert consultations and direct collaborations with researchers.

The Health Science Center Libraries are central to the Health Science Center (HSC) campuses in Gainesville and Jacksonville, and units elsewhere in Florida, combining deep integration with curriculum, innovative services for researchers, and support for the clinical practice with a dedication to the improving the health of our Florida communities. The HSC Libraries focus on providing inclusive, welcoming physical and online spaces for all. A collaborative team structure brings faculty, staff, and student employees together to promote wellness; diversity, equity, inclusion, accessibility, and justice; innovative digital health projects; and other initiatives within the HSC and our broader communities. The Associate Dean builds partnerships with the statewide UF Health system, the six Health Science Center colleges, other UF colleges, the Clinical & Translational Science Institute, Research Computing, Informatics Institute, and other campus entities to advance the education, research, clinical, and community engagement missions of the University of Florida.

The Associate Dean works collaboratively with the Dean of the Smathers Libraries and its senior management team to collectively provide strategic leadership and management. Our goal is to identify a collegial and experienced leader whose enthusiasm for research and health sciences libraries will position them to develop key relationships; advocate for the role of the Smathers Libraries in supporting health sciences and campus-wide research; and build and grow highly effective, inclusive, and culturally rich innovative teams.

The search will remain open until filled and applicants will be reviewed as received. 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.

The University of Florida is an equal opportunity employer and is strongly committed to the diversity of our faculty and staff. Applicants from a broad spectrum of people, including members of ethnic minorities and disabled persons, are especially encouraged to apply.

Address inquiries to Tina Marie Litchfield, Smathers Libraries Human Resources Office, at: tlitchfield@uflib.ufl.edu.

Associate Dean, School of Information Sciences, Wayne State University

Wayne State University invites applications and nominations for the Associate Dean position in the School of Information Sciences (SIS). Reporting to the Dean of the School of Information Sciences and the Wayne State University Library System (ULS), this is a unique leadership opportunity for an experienced, nationally recognized leader to help grow the School and to provide oversight for its academic programs. It is also an exciting time at Wayne State University, which is Michigan's premier urban research university located in the Cultural Center and Midtown—the epicenter of Detroit's renaissance. Wayne State University has a strong urban commitment and has 29,000 full and part-time students.

More information online at:



Practicum Opportunities


Hotel Dieu Grace Hospital Health Sciences Library, Windsor - just  minutes from the Detroit-Windsor Tunnel

Practicum students will have an opportunity to work in a fast paced library environment in an acute care hospital serving the information needs of all of our health care staff.  Work functions may include cataloguing in a Z39.50 web based library system, reference, literature searches, interlibrary loans, consumer health web page link development and maintenance, and serials management.

For more information or to schedule a site visit to explore this opportunity contact Orien Duda, Director at Orien.Duda@wrh.on.ca or 519-973-4411 x 3178.

Orien Duda, Director
Medical Library
Hotel Dieu Grace Hospital
Phone: 519-973-4411 ext. 3178

Metro Detroit

Marilyn Dow
Liaison, School of Dentistry & College of Health Professions
University of Detroit Mercy Dental Library

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