The Head of Access Services is a new position providing leadership and guidance for a suite of services including: circulation, course reserves and copyright guidance to the instructional community, document delivery, consortial resource sharing, media collections, disability services, learning commons partnerships located in the Library, and the Library’s integrated public service points where customers get assistance with general information needs, first level of reference, and technology. This faculty position requires a strong commitment to public services coupled with a vision for using emerging technologies and evidence-based decision practices to develop, implement, and assess services. View the complete job posting here.
This newly-formed, tenure-track faculty position is responsible for re-invigorating collections to meet the curriculum needs of all academic departments, both print and electronic as a result of increased financial support for the library. The position will be responsible for supervising faculty and staff, defining departmental goals, developing systematic assessment measures, refining workflows, and fostering an environment of collegiality, respect, and teamwork. Collections and Discovery Services includes acquisitions, cataloging, and discovery of print and e-resources, including special collections, university archives, records management, and government documents. The individual will also oversee the library’s resource management system, licensing, and budget monitoring. View the complete job posting here.