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  • Location:
    California

    The University of California–Riverside Library seeks a motivated, proactive, user-oriented medical librarian to join the medical library services team continuing and developing services to support the School of Medicine.

    Salary: $51,693–$75,215. The final date to apply is 6/10/15. For more information and to apply: https://aprecruit.ucr.edu/apply/JPF00321. AAE/EOE/ADA/Vets employer (033)

    Job Posted:
    Wed, 04/15/2015
  • Location:
    Illinois

    The University of Illinois–Chicago (UIC) Library of the Health Sciences (LHS) seeks a talented and innovative librarian to head its Information Services, Research, and Health Informatics Department in Chicago. This is a tenure-system faculty position with research and publication expectations. As a member of the LHS leadership team, the department head contributes to planning and strategic direction for the 4 LHS sites. The department head manages library programs, services, educational offerings, and collaborations that support the research missions of the UIC Health Sciences Colleges and the UIC Hospital and Health System. This position leads the development of educational and informatics services in LHS and collaborates in university library–wide initiatives in data management.

    Salary: $80,000 minimum. For fullest consideration, apply by 4/29/15. The position close date is 5/08/15.For the complete job posting, including the job responsibilities and minimum qualifications, please visit https://jobs.uic.edu/job-board/job-details?jobID=51201. UIC is an AAE/EOE/Minority/Female/Individual with Disability/Veteran employer. (035)

    Job Posted:
    Wed, 04/15/2015
  • Location:
    Ontario, Canada

    The University of Waterloo Library, ON, Canada, seeks a public service–oriented professional librarian to assume liaison librarian responsibilities for the School of Pharmacy. The successful candidate will participate in the planning, design, and delivery of innovative, user-centred services to support research, scholarship, and teaching.

    Salary: $60,000 Canadian, minimum; commensurate with experience and academic or professional qualifications, anticipated to fall in the USG 10–13 range. To be assured consideration, applications should be received by 4/30/15. Full posting. (034)

    Job Posted:
    Wed, 04/15/2015
  • Location:
    Georgia

    The Robert B. Greenblatt, M.D. Library of the Georgia Regents University–Augusta invites applications for the position of allied health sciences librarian at the faculty rank of instructor. The primary focus of this full-time, nontenure-track faculty position is to provide customized library services to the College of Allied Health Sciences faculty, students and staff.

    Salary: minimum is $41,000. See full details at www.gru.edu/jobs/faculty/. (030)

    Job Posted:
    Wed, 04/08/2015
  • Location:
    Indiana

    The Ruth Lilly Medical Library seeks a dynamic, collaborative, and talented librarian who is prepared to lead a team of library faculty and staff to support the education, research, clinical translation, interprofessional education, and population health initiatives of the Indiana University School of Medicine (IUSM). The associate director for public services manages the operations of and plans, coordinates, and promotes the library’s education program and learning resources as well as oversees the operations of reference and mediated searching. This position is also responsible for developing and implementing strategies to improve curricular integration and support for the 9 IUSM centers around the state. Close interaction occurs with all other areas of the library, the School of Medicine’s Office of Undergraduate Medical Education, medical student affairs, graduate medical education, key library and education users, and individual faculty members. This is a tenure-track faculty position and serves a member of the library’s administrative team. For more details, visit the library website: library.medicine.iu.edu/blogs/library-news-blog/position-opening-associate-director-for-public-services/.

    Salary: $70,000, minimum. Applications should be sent to the Selection Committee, mdlibapp@iupui.edu. Applications will be reviewed beginning 4/30/15. Position is open until filled. Indiana University School of Medicine is an AAE/EOE employer, M/F/D/V (031)

    Job Posted:
    Wed, 04/08/2015
  • Location:
    Pennsylvania

    Geisinger Health System–Danville seeks a service oriented librarian to provide accurate and timely search and related reference activities to support research, patient, and other inquiries. Oversees operations and budget for interlibrary loans. This is a full time position.

    Required: Master’s degree in library and information sciences (American Library Association accredited).

    Preferred: Membership in the Academy of Health Information Professionals preferred.

    Salary: Hiring range will not exceed $44,242–$55,286 per annum, based on qualifications. Immediate benefit participation. All candidates must apply through the Geisinger career site, www.Geisinger.org/careers and link to “other” opportunities. Position number is 20539. (032)

    Job Posted:
    Wed, 04/08/2015
  • Location:
    California

    The Scripps Research Institute is looking for a library director to provide leadership, policy administration of the current library services and systems, and articulate future program development at both campuses (California and Florida).

    Salary: $95,000–$120,000. To learn more and submit your application, visit our website at https://careers.scripps.edu. Requisition 01814. (028)

    Job Posted:
    Wed, 04/01/2015
  • Location:
    California

    General Information: The University of Southern California (USC) Health Sciences Libraries seeks an energetic and innovative information services librarian for the Jennifer Ann Wilson Dental Library. The Wilson Dental Library provides information resources and support for the Herman Ostrow School of Dentistry of USC faculty, students, and staff and selectively for the general oral health care community and the public. Two librarians and 4 staff members provide services at Wilson Dental Library. The information services librarian is an active participant of the problem-based learning process used by the DDS curriculum and is charged with providing comprehensive training to new students on the library’s resources and services. The Wilson Dental Library is located in the Herman Ostrow School of Dentistry, located on the USC University Park Campus. The school has been training dentists and dental hygienists since 1897. The school has an active research program in the areas of oral and craniofacial biology, stem cell science, biofilm research, and clinical investigation and is renowned for its community outreach program that provide oral health services to the local and international communities. For further information regarding the Wilson Dental Library and the Herman Ostrow School of Dentistry, see wdl.usc.edu and dentistry.usc.edu.

    Responsibilities: Responsible for planning, coordinating, and executing all reference activities and policies for the Wilson Dental Library under consultation with the director. Makes necessary fact-finding studies and user-needs assessments. Maintains appropriate documentation, statistical data, procedure manuals, and other data as required. Responsible for the Wilson Dental Library’s library orientation and instruction programs (both formal and informal presentations) for faculty, students, and staff of the school, including use of USC-licensed electronic resources and use of evidence-based methods. Works with faculty in designing and developing objectives and instructional programs and evaluating the effectiveness of these programs. Assists the director in the formulation of the selection policy, selection and deselection of material, and other collection development activities, especially as related to reference and reader services. Works with faculty, students, and others in recommending titles for acquisition. Collaborates with the director of the Wilson Dental Library on the library’s website, including implementing new pages and revising existing pages, reformulating data and sites, and interacting with web editors for the School of Dentistry and the Health Sciences Libraries. Conducts scholarly research and writes publications including presentation of papers, poster sessions, and talks, at professional meetings.

    Qualifications: Master's in library science or equivalent degree. Professional library experience in an academic health sciences library; prefer 3+ years of experience. Knowledge of adult learning principles and experience in providing in-person or online instruction. Experience using health sciences information resources and conducting literature searches and the use of current and emerging technologies. Excellent oral and written communication skills. Ability to work collaboratively in a team environment. Demonstrated initiative and ability to manage multiple projects.

    Salary: $57,900–$67,500, based on qualifications and experience. This position is on the continuing appointment track, the USC Libraries’ equivalent to tenure. Benefits: 37 1/2–hour week; 22 days’ vacation; sick leave; disability plan; retirement plan (TIAA/CREF and other options); tuition assistance; medical, dental, and life insurance; credit union; group auto and homeowner’s insurance available. How to apply: Applications must be submitted via USC’s online faculty application website: https://jobs.usc.edu/postings/42028. As part of the application, candidates must upload in Word or PDF a cover letter and curriculum vitae. For more information about this position, contact Leslie Jones, USC Norris Medical Library, 323.442.1130, email lesliecj@usc.edu. USC values diversity and is committed to equal opportunity in employment. Women and men, and members of all racial and ethnic groups are encouraged to apply. (025)

    Job Posted:
    Wed, 04/01/2015
  • Location:
    Connecticut

    Position Focus: Reporting to the university librarian and the Yale School of Medicine’s deputy dean for education, the director of the Harvey Cushing/John Hay Whitney Medical Library provides leadership and is responsible for the overall administration, organization, and development of the medical library, one of the premier medical libraries in the United States. The Cushing/Whitney Medical Library serves the instructional, clinical, and research information needs of the Yale School of Medicine (including its School of Public Health and Physician Associate Program), a world-renowned center for biomedical research, education, and advanced health care; the Yale School of Nursing; and the Yale-New Haven Health System. The director manages all aspects of library service, collection development, strategic planning, budget administration (including endowments and grants), personnel management, policy formulation, and facilities planning for both general and special collections, including the renowned Medical Historical Library. The director closely collaborates with the associate university librarian for science, social science, and medicine and other colleagues in Yale University Library, Yale School of Medicine, and Yale-New Haven Health System to develop services and collection strategies supporting science and medicine at Yale. The director directs and oversees a staff of 36, including 17 librarians, 19 staff, and a number of student assistants. The director will evaluate the services, policies, collections, electronic resources, and facilities of the medical library and will establish and implement plans for its continued development and improvement, while coordinating these programs and collections with those of other libraries at Yale, as well as the Yale School of Medicine, the Yale School of Nursing, and the Yale-New Haven Health System. The director is responsible for leading, supporting, and developing a dynamic staff and for exemplifying innovative, collaborative, service-oriented practices. For additional information on the Yale University Library please visit www.library.yale.edu. For additional information on The Harvey Cushing/John Hay Whitney Medical Library, see library.medicine.yale.edu.

    Required: Education, Skills, and Experience: Master’s degree from an American Library Association–accredited library school or equivalent accredited degree. A postgraduate degree in a related discipline may be substituted for a master’s degree in library science. 10+ years of professional experience, with responsibility in an administrative and/or managerial capacity in a medical or health sciences library or equivalent organization. Demonstrated knowledge of medical education, research, and clinical care and the information resources and services needed to support them. Demonstrated understanding of the issues of scholarly communication and federal public access policies as they apply to the health sciences. Demonstrated knowledge of current and emerging digital technologies and services to support medical education and experience in the design and integration of these technologies into medical curricula. Demonstrated ability to provide leadership and direction in a research library. Demonstrated problem-solving skills, experience coordinating projects, and the ability to bring projects to fruition. Demonstrated experience working collaboratively and independently with various groups within a complex organization and rapidly changing team environment. Yale University assigns ranks to librarian positions based on a combination of professional experience and accomplishments. Librarian ranking information can be found at www.library.yale.edu/about/departments/lhr/rank.html.

    Preferred: Education, Skills, and Experience: Demonstrated success working in a matrix management environment. Formal project and financial management training. Experience in a labor union environment. Fundraising and grant development experience. Demonstrated knowledge of and experience with historical collections. An undergraduate or graduate degree in the sciences.

    Salary: $125,000, annual minimum. How to apply: Review of applications will begin 5/01/15 and will continue until the position is filled. Applications, consisting of a cover letter and resume, should be submitted by applying online at www.yale.edu/jobs/. The STARS requisition ID for this position is 29894BR. AAE/EEO M/F/Disability/Veteran (029)

    Job Posted:
    Wed, 04/01/2015
  • Location:
    Missouri

    The clinical resources librarian is a member of the Health Information Services division at Becker Medical Library and is tasked with providing clinical information services at the point of decision making. This librarian also provides instruction, expert searching, and systematic review development within a team structure. Outreach services includes participation in patient rounds, noon conferences, or journals clubs. Represents the library in clinical committees. Identifies appropriate collection development needs for clinical and evidence-based resources. Education services includes developing curriculum-based instruction in collaboration with faculty; developing presentations on information access and management of resources, which can take the form of lectures and hands-on or web-based tutorials.

    Required: Equivalent of master’s of science (MS) in library science or related areas.

    Preferred: Experience with systematic review projects. Knowledge and experience with instructional technologies, information management tools, mobile apps, and database searching. Prior experience working in a teaching hospital, academic health sciences or biomedical library. Excellent presentation, instruction, and communication skills.

    Salary: Hiring salary range: $43,563–$56,628. Submit an application at https://jobs.wustl.edu. Job Code: 30289 Full-time. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to sex, race, ethnicity, protected veteran, or disability status. (026)

    Job Posted:
    Wed, 04/01/2015
  • Location:
    Position Wanted

    Mature paraprofessional with extensive clinical background seeking library assistant or technician position. 14 years’ experience as library clerk/coordinator in large, hospital-based medical library. Primary duties of serials management, interlibrary loan (ILL), bindery, circulation issues, equipment maintenance, supplies, billing, holdings data. Consider full time or part time. Contact Doug Stackhouse at 303.432.2896 or stackhde@aol.com. (027)

    Job Posted:
    Wed, 04/01/2015
  • Location:
    Missouri

    The University of Missouri has an immediate opening for an information services librarian in the J. Otto Lottes Health Sciences Library. Principal duties include: providing reference services, literature searching, user education, and personal file management consultation at the Health Sciences Library; coordinating and scheduling information desk and virtual reference services; training and supervising graduate library assistants; serving as liaison to the hospital, providing leadership on library participation in local health care quality improvement initiatives; and coordinating the practicum program for the library.

    Salary: Beginning salary $45,000. For more information and how to apply, please visit library.missouri.edu/about/employment/employopp/. Equal Opportunity/Access/Affirmative Action/Pro Disabled & Veteran Employer. (023)

    Job Posted:
    Wed, 03/25/2015
  • Location:
    Texas

    JPS Health Network is a $800 million, tax-supported health care system for Tarrant County in north Texas. John Peter Smith Hospital is home to Tarrant County’s first and only level 1 trauma center and only psychiatric emergency services and has the largest family medicine residency program in the nation. Our network employs more than 6,000 people.

    Description: The manager, Medical Library, is responsible for the strategic planning, management, budgeting, marketing, and administration of library resources and services. This job will also be critical in leading the library through this transformation to a next generation facility.

    Required: Education and Experience: Master’s degree in library science from a graduate library program accredited by the American Library Association or a comparable information science–related degree from an accredited university. 5 plus years of professional experience with progressive responsibility.

    Salary: $60,000–$90,000. For more information, visit www.jpshealthnet.org. (024)

    Job Posted:
    Wed, 03/25/2015