For the generous salary of $28,500 a year the university is looking to hire an instruction/reference librarian who will work 30 hours a week (12 months) providing duties that include "but are not limited to" (notice the wiggle room which means you will have other things to do as well):
- Providing reference and instruction services including teaching groups and individuals how to perform library research, creating online instructional aides, promoting library services, staffing the reference desk, and working with faculty members to integrate Information Literacy and Instructional Technology concepts into the curriculum.
- Assisting with collection development, Web page authoring, circulation, and Interlibrary Loan.
- Identifying, evaluating, and implementing new developments in library services.
Furthermore, applicants should have the following qualifications:
- Education-related Master's degree or Master of Library Science from an American Library Association accredited institution.
- Ability to anticipate needs of users, work with adult and distance learners, and use current technologies to enhance learning.
- Experience with electronic library resources, Microsoft Office programs, and web page authoring.
Hurry, because the review process starts on June 5th 2009.