- Serve as OSUL’s digital humanities liaison to relevant area studies departments and multidisciplinary research centers.
- Engage with area studies faculty and students to support digital humanities research and scholarship.
- Collaborate with library colleagues to develop and deliver instruction on digital humanities tools and methods.
- Collaborate with library colleagues in research services and area studies to promote digital humanities services that support research and research pedagogy.
- Hold regular office hours in the Area Studies department.
- Develop and strengthen partnerships between the Libraries and other University initiatives such as the Global Gateways Program and the Humanities and the Arts Discovery Theme.
- Serve on selected OSUL committees and work closely with the Diversity and Inclusion Committee.
- Begin development of a research agenda that will contribute to an area of scholarship.
- Master’s degree in Library/Information Science from an ALA-accredited or equivalent program or relevant PhD completed by the time of appointment.
- Familiarity with current and emerging digital humanities tools and methods.
- Oral, written, and reading proficiency in a foreign language other than English.
- Experience using digital humanities tools and methods (e.g. text analysis, text encoding, GIS, database design, website development, minimal design).
- Project management experience.
- Understanding of the issues related to digital humanities work (e.g. infrastructure, collaborators’ rights, evaluation guidelines, sustainability issues).
- Understanding of the issues related to global digital humanities work (e.g. cultural sensitivities, cultural representation, foreign language special characters, etc.).
SUMMARY OF RESPONSIBILITIES:Works under the general direction of the Library Director providing library services to adults, including reference assistance, reader’s advisory, programming, community activities and collection development; works with staff to monitor and evaluate services to adults; promotes and publicizes the adult services programs in the community; and assists with the daily operation of the library.JOB RESPONSIBILITIES:
- Supervises all aspects of adult outreach services, adult programming and general public service.
- Creates and develops programs and activities for adults and manages the expenditures of programming
- Coordinates programming schedule with the Youth Services Librarian and submits to the Library Director for approval
- Compiles and maintains monthly statistics for adult programming and services
- Maintains an awareness of developments in library services to adults by reading professional literature, communicating with peers, attending conferences, workshops, and other training sessions and incorporates the new developments into the library’s services
- Selects and maintains the library collection (print and online) based on varied criteria and methods of evaluation under the direction of the Library Director
- Manages library operations in the absence of the Director with the Youth Services Librarian
- Participates in service programs, publicity, public relations and staff development activities
- Participates in community events to promote the library and its services
- Troubleshoots patrons’ technology issues with computers or personal electronic devices
- Creates and maintains library displays to promote materials and library services, including new book shelf
- Assists with the opening and closing duties for the entire library
- May attend Friends of the Library monthly meetings in absence of the Director
- Maintains knowledge of the job duties of library Assistants and Clerks, and participates in their work as needed by working the circulation counter and reading shelves
- Interprets library policies and procedures for library users in a customer responsive manner
- Demonstrates excellent internal and external customer service
- Answers patrons’ questions in person, by phone and/or online
- Coordinates library homebound services including volunteers
- Oversees collection in local history and genealogy room
- Serve as a back-up for the technical services library assistant as needed
- Other duties as assigned by the Library Director
OTHER KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES:· Master’s Degree in Library Science, or Library and Information Science (MLS/MLIS) from a graduate program accredited by the American Library Association or currently in a program working towards a Master’s degree in Library Science· Proficiency in basic computer knowledge and demonstrable ability to use applications in Windows environment including Microsoft Office products, Internet use and email· Ability to interact with the public, vendors, or staff in a consistent, friendly and professional manner· Knowledge of professional library principles, methods, techniques and procedures· Possess the skill to construct a competent and complete search strategy using both print and non-print information resources· Ability to complete and compute various math equations when completing reports· Ability to operate in a network environment and to learn various integrated library system functions used in carrying out essential job responsibilities· Maintains a positive attitude and a willingness to accept change · Ability to work flexible schedule including nights and weekends
Master’s Degree in Library Science, or Library and Information Science (MLS/MLIS) from a graduate program accredited by the American Library Association or currently in a program working towards a Master’s degree in Library Science
SUPERVISORY AUTHORITY:Supervises Library Assistant-Adult Programming Services, Library Assistant-Technical Services, and in conjunction with Library Director, the Library Clerks.WORKING CONDITIONS:Duties are performed indoors in an office environment and require extended periods of standing, walking, sitting, talking and hearing with occasional periods of climbing or balancing, the pulling, pushing, lifting or carrying of items, keyboarding, reaching with hands and arms, stooping, kneeling, crouching, or crawling. Weights up to 50 pounds are encountered. Vision requirements include close vision and ability to adjust focus. The Adult Services Librarian must be able to read materials and receive verbal instructions requiring complex interpretation.BENEFITS:Vacation, sick leave, holidays, and group health benefits available; Public Employees Retirement SystemLIBRARY INFORMATION:Tipp City Public Library was established in 1962. A member of OLC and the SEO Consortium.Service area includes over 14,000 patrons. http://www.tippcitylibrary.org/
Tipp City Public Library is looking for an energetic, friendly, progressive and dynamic librarian committed to providing high quality, charismatic customer service to adults with a strong focus on programming, collection development, and outreach within the community. Successful candidate will provide direct library service to members of all ages performing reader’s advisory, reference, customer service duties and lead an adult monthly book club. Submit cover letter, resume and references to: DirectorTipp City Public Library11 East Main StreetTipp City OH 45371
ONLY ONLINE APPLICATIONS WITH SUPPLEMENTAL QUESTION RESPONSES ATTACHED WILL BE CONSIDERED. PLEASE VISIT - https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/madisonwi - FOR THE FULL JOB POSTINGS AND TO APPLY ONLINE. Technology and Business Community Engagement Librarian (closes 4/17/17)Madison Public Library seeks a creative and innovative Librarian who will develop relationships with and provide services to Madison area technologists, entreprenuers and businesses. This position will play a key role in developing the library's web services while ensuring that such services serve all Madisonians, including unserved and underserved individuals and groups. Consistent with our mission and vision, this position cultivates community partnerships which foster the availablity of technologies that support opportunities to learn, share and create. Familiarity with emerging technologies is a plus. Excellent project management and web development skills are essential. Librarian 1 - Teen Services (Meadowridge) - closes 4/30/17This Teen Librarian position will be based out of the Meadowridge Library and serve middle school and high school youth on the west side of Madison. This position will focus on collaborations with many community partners, such as west Madison schools, neighborhood centers, churches and community organizations, including the Road Home and MSCR, as well as working with neighborhood residents to identify community needs and develop engaging learning opportunities to meet those needs.
Graduation from an accredited library school with a Master's degree in library or information sciences. May 2016 graduates will be considered. ONLY ONLINE APPLICATIONS WITH SUPPLEMENTAL QUESTION RESPONSES ATTACHED WILL BE CONSIDERED - https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/madisonwi - FOR THE FULL JOB POSTINGS AND TO APPLY ONLINE.
Seville Library is looking for an energetic, friendly, progressive and dynamic librarian committed to providing high quality, charismatic customer service to children, teens, and adults with a strong focus on programming, collection development, and outreach within the community. Successful candidate will provide direct library service to members of all ages performing reader’s advisory, reference, programming, and customer service duties. Interest and experience in both children’s and adult reference services preferred. Will be required to lead an adult monthly book club and family storytimes. Assists in the management of the branch operation and serves as the Manager in the absence of the Branch Manager. Provides direct supervision to pages.
Candidate must possess a Master’s degree in Library Science from an accredited ALA institution or be within six (6) hours and six (6) months of graduation; possess excellent communication and organizational skills; knowledge of a wide range of books and authors; demonstrated knowledge and skills in programming and reference services for children, teens, and adults; collection maintenance, electronic information resources, and reader’s advisory; ability to handle multiple tasks; initiative to act in a self-directed manner; and ability to work as a team member. Strong computer experience, including Office 2010, E-Media, IOS and Android products required.
BENEFITS: Vacation, sick leave, holidays and group health benefits available; Public Employees Retirement System
SUBMIT COVER LETTER, RESUME Application available online at www.mcdl.info AND APPLICATION TO: Email to: email@example.com Human Resources Office Medina County District Library 210 S. Broadway Street Medina, OH 44256 FAX: (330) 722-2855
- Develop, curate, and make accessible manuscripts collections. This includes managing, prioritizing, processing, arranging, and describing manuscript collections, as well as creating documentation about procedures relating to manuscript collections
- Develop and maintain the Libraries’ web presence for manuscripts collections, making collections more accessible in print and digital environments
- Curricular integration of manuscripts collections into University teaching, learning, and research, as well as outreach to and engagement with external research and stakeholder communities
- Public services duties as part of special collections and general public services, including responding to in-depth queries about manuscript collections
- Participation in the creation, management, and use of digital collections drawing on manuscript collections
- Participate in the planning and curation of exhibits drawing on manuscripts collections
- Engage in regular professional development through research, publications, presentations and participation in state, regional, and national associations as part of a continuing commitment to bring best practices and innovative services to the Ohio University Libraries, as well as to gain and share knowledge of trends in special collections, academic libraries, and higher education
- This position requires detailed knowledge specific to the disciplines of Library and Information Science amd Archival Science. Master's degree in Library and Information Science (M.L.S/M.L.I.S.) from an ALA-accredited library school or equivalent accredited degree, with formal training in archival theory and practice, is required.
- At least one year of relevant professional experience and accomplishments with special collections, including digitized special collections
- Positive attitude, flexibility, and enthusiasm for a changing environment
- Ability to work effectively both independently and collaboratively within a team, including with special collections colleagues, subject librarians, and other library staff
- Knowledge of intellectual property, rights management, and scholarly communication issues with regard to manuscripts collections
- Creativity, problem-solving skills, and the ability to successfully balance a diverse workload
- Highly developed written, oral, and interpersonal communication skills
- Experience with born-digital special collections
- An additional advanced degree in a relevant discipline
Please apply online: https://www.ohiouniversityjobs.com/postings/22385
Jen Harvey, Administrative Services Specialist Ohio University Libraries (740) 597-1976
- Work with visual arts and visual communications disciplines, including academic departments, the University museum, and arts groups across campus to identify, prioritize, and deliver services and spaces that connect the Libraries’ collections to the production and research needs of the stakeholder communit
- Offer research support services to students, staff, faculty, and members of the community, including specialized research and reference consultations.
- Conduct and enable information literacy instruction in the visual arts, including assessment of user needs to best foster curricular integration of Libraries collections and services
- Engage in resource selection and management to support curricular and academic goals, including management of collections budget, and assessment of collection development efforts
- Engage in collection management and stewardship of existing legacy collections, including distinctive collections in the arts
- Lead and manage the Libraries-wide exhibit program, working with a range of co-curators and Libraries staff and members of the University community, and advancing an online presence for exhibits
- Engage in regular professional development through research, publications, presentations and participation in state, regional, and national associations as part of a continuing commitment to bring best practices and innovative services to the Ohio University Libraries
- MLS/MLIS from an ALA-accredited institution
- At least one year of relevant professional library experience. Experience and/or formal education or training in the fine arts
- At least three months of experience with digital arts and humanities research tools and practices
- Positive attitude and enthusiasm for a changing environment
- Ability to work effectively both independently and collaboratively within a team environment
- Creativity, problem-solving skills, and leadership skills, including the ability to seamlessly manage multiple simultaneous projects
- Superior oral and written communication skills and a consultative mindset
- The ability to remain current with new and emerging models of research in the arts and humanities and a knowledge of trends in academic libraries and higher education
- A second graduate degree in a related discipline
Please apply online: https://www.ohiouniversityjobs.com/postings/22392
Jen Harvey Administrative Services Specialist Ohio University Libraries (740) 597-1976
Under the direction of the Special Collections Processing Manager, this position will lead a project team responsible for improving intellectual and physical control over and access to special collections materials held in the Rare Books and Manuscripts Library and the Theatre Research Institute at the Ohio State University Libraries (OSUL). Reviews all existing description for designated archival collections and all physical materials associated with each collection; compares description to physical contents and makes any necessary revisions, additions, or deletions according to Describing Archives: A Content Standard (DACS) and OSUL’s description guidelines. Following the More Product, Less Process (MPLP) model, performs or oversees minimal processing activities for designated archival collections. Ensures containers are labeled correctly and verifies that container shelving locations have been recorded accurately in all appropriate systems. Assists in on-going shelf reads and other location maintenance projects. Supervises one or more fulltime project staff members and several student assistants, assigns and reviews all of their work activities; responsible for quality control of all work done during the project. Collaborates daily with the project’s Metadata Specialist to ensure that description of collections worked on by the project team are recorded accurately in Archivists’ Toolkit and OSUL’s ILS (III Sierra), with finding aids for collections published to the OSUL website. Works under the general supervision of the Special Collections Processing Manager, in consultation with the Head of Special Collections Description & Access, and in daily collaboration with 3-5 additional team members involved in this project. Consults and collaborates with others throughout the library as appropriate. May perform other duties as assigned. This position provides a great opportunity for an archivist with a minimum of 2-years processing experience to take their next career step and put that knowledge into practice as a project leader. An archivist working in this position will have the opportunity to gain in-depth project management and leadership skills while working as a member of a highly-collaborative team. The Special Collections Description & Access Department is a supportive environment that engages in on-the-job learning and development opportunities for staff members. Additionally, Ohio State University Libraries offers and array of professional training opportunities that assist staff in preparing for the next stages in their careers.
Required Qualifications: Bachelor’s degree. Minimum of 2-years full-time experience in position(s) with primary or significant focus on archival arrangement and description tasks, such as processing or accessioning. Minimum of 2-years experience writing and editing finding aids following DACS. Strong organizational skills and high level of attention to detail. Ability to work effectively in a highly collaborative environment as a member of a team project. Strong oral, written, and interpersonal skills. Works in archival storage conditions where temperatures are approximately 62 degrees F; must be able to lift 40 lbs. and push a cart weighing up to 80 lbs.Desired Qualifications: Diverse experience processing archival collections, including experience processing collections of many sizes, formats, and complexities. Experience processing collections according to MPLP guidelines with strong comprehension of MPLP principles. Thorough knowledge of DACS rules. Minimum of 1-year project management and/or supervisory experience, particularly supervision of archival arrangement and description activities. Demonstrated ability to follow complex guidelines with a high degree of accuracy. Experience in workflow development and/or documentation. Experience using an archival collection management system, such as Archivists’ Toolkit. Previous experience working in a collaborative archival setting.
Please apply online at https://www.jobsatosu.com/postings/77731 from April 1, 2017 through April 16, 2017.
We are proud of our community-centered, creative, and evidence-based programming for youth. We are looking for a leader who will continue to guide our team forward with enthusiasm, maturity, and a thorough understanding of developmentally-appropriate collection and program practices. The ideal candidate will have the following: a strong desire to serve as a manager and leader, the ability to sustain a healthy departmental culture that reflects our organizational values, an extensive background in developing programs and services for youth of all ages, collection management experience, and a passion for and ability to build effective partnerships inside and outside of the building. This position serves as the face of the department in the community, and works closely with other managers to foster a cohesive Public Services Team across departments. // Under direction from the Public Services Director, the Youth Services Manager is responsible for direct supervision and leadership of the departments. Responsibilities include leading, coaching, and mentoring team members; modeling high performance standards and setting performance expectations; managing and monitoring resources to support a high-performance, forward-looking, patron-centered team. Additional responsibilities include leading community engagement efforts, helping to create short- and long-range plans, serving as the Supervisor in Charge, and performing all public service functions.
A complete position description, including all required qualifications, is available on the library’s website: www.bexleylibrary.org/employment. Required Qualifications: A Master's Degree in Library Science from an ALA accredited institution; and A minimum of (2) years of library experience OR an equivalent combination of knowledge, skills, and experience. At least one year of management experience is strongly preferred.
The mission of Bexley Public Library is to enlighten, engage, and inspire a community of lifelong learners. BPL is committed to providing exceptional library service in a dynamic, fun, and collaborative work environment. We build strong relationships with our patrons, community partners, and each other.
TO APPLY: You must complete an Application for Employment, which can be found online at www.bexleylibrary.org/employment. Email the completed application along with a copy of your cover letter, resume, and contact information for three professional or academic references to: firstname.lastname@example.org.
At Assurex the Report Analyst role is responsible for working closely with the Enterprise Data Management team and Functional Leadership to define the required reporting and analytical needs for our organization. The position will create both standard and custom reporting solutions, conduct quantitative and qualitative analysis and provide associated reporting support for internal operations. The individual will also be instrumental in defining and tracking Key Performance Indicators that are required to clarify the true pulse of the organization and improve our overall decision making. The position works in collaboration with the entire EDM team to ensure the accurate capture and storage of required reporting data. The individual plays a key role to further the overall vision of the Enterprise Data Management, by driving standardized tools, methodologies and business processes that are aimed at improving data quality and operating efficiencies. This position reports directly to the Vice President, Enterprise Data Management and has a potential for paid training and tuition reimbursement.
- Work closely with the team and users to design and deliver comprehensive reporting solutions.
- Evaluate how to best collect, analyze and report information as requested
- Active engagement in the project from initial concept through solution delivery
- Assist with development, design, and maintenance of our reporting solutions
- Assist in the analysis of information to understand various trends and related opportunities
- Interpret reporting results and assist in the creation of action plans to drive our business objectives
- Strong understanding of the value of Common Definitions
- Align new solution to further reporting consistency across the organization
- Familiarity with various process and development methodologies including Agile, SDLC and/or Six Sigma
- Understand the inter-relation of data and implications of one request to another to maximize reporting
- Assist leadership team to leverage our reporting to drive the business objectives
- Translating technical and functional user requirements into a value driven solution
- Clarify owning systems and common metrics when designing a solution
- Bachelor's degree in Computer Science, Finance, Business Administration or equivalent
- Experience and understanding of Sales/Marketing, Finance and/or Operations
- Preferred experience with QlikView or QlikSense
- General experience in Business Intelligence and Self-Service Reporting tools (PowerPivot, Business Objects, etc.)
- General experience in the creation of dashboards using industry standard tools and techniques.
- Basic understanding of Data Analysis in relation to Business Process modeling
- Experience with SQL Server Analysis, Integration and Reporting services preferred
- Proficient in SQL query development
- Basic understanding of financial systems and financial planning concepts a plus
- Proficient in Microsoft Excel, Access and Word
- General Experience in Business Intelligence concepts and reporting tools
- Experience with Salesforce.com or other Customer Relationship Management tools a plus
- Ability to prioritize and manage multiple concurrent tasks
- Excellent time management, scheduling, and organizational skills
- Ability to manage multiple tasks in a fast-paced environment
- Ability to work effectively under tight timelines and schedules
- Ability to work independently and as a contributing team member
- Ability to sense the importance or impact of issues and situations and take appropriate actions
- Must be flexible, innovative, and self-motivated
- Must have the flexibility to work extra hours to meet corporate and departmental goals
- Strong communication, interpersonal and organizational skills
At Assurex the physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. While performing the duties of this job, the employee is frequently required to sit; talk; or hear. The employee is occasionally required to stand; walk; use hands to finger, handle, or feel; reach with hands and arms; and stoop; kneel; or crouch The employee must occasionally lift and/or move up to 25 pounds. Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision, distance vision and depth perception.Apply Here: http://www.Click2apply.net/zw6jcpbkw2mycv3xPI97238658