The Harvey Cushing/John Hay Whitney Medical Library at Yale University seeks a research and education librarian to serve as the primary librarian involved in the medical library general library instruction program. This enthusiastic, user-centered individual will be responsible for the design of the library’s general instruction program. Through consultation and collaboration, the librarian works to enable faculty, students, clinicians, and researchers to leverage information and data resources to the fullest. With experience using a wide range of bibliographic databases, both biomedical and general, the librarian develops and provides training or instruction in the use of knowledge management, information and data resources, tools, and strategies including evidence-based searching, systematic reviews, and content management tools.
Required: Master’s degree from an American Library Association–accredited library school is required. Qualified individuals new to the library profession are encouraged to apply. The successful candidate will possess a demonstrated commitment to providing excellent customer service and a passion for teaching and excellent oral, written, and interpersonal communications and analytical ability.
Preferred: Familiarity and experience with adult learning theory and instruction with adult learners. Experience designing and conducting library instruction. Experience working with and knowledge of biomedical research resources. Experience working in an academic or health sciences library.
Salary: $61,000.00 minimum. A detailed job description is available at bit.ly/2odFZtF. To Apply: Submit applications consisting of a cover letter, resume, and the names and contact information of 3 professional references at bit.ly/ResEdLibrarian. AAE/EOE M/F/Disability/Veteran (026)