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  • Location:
    California

    Desert Regional Medical Center (DRMC) is an acute care hospital owned and operated by the Tenet Healthcare Corporation. We have one common goal at Tenet, and that is to provide excellent care to our patients. Through our extraordinary caregivers who come to work every day and save lives, deliver babies, and take care of people when they need it most, Tenet’s hospitals aim to provide the best possible care to every patient, with a clear focus on quality and service. Focusing on quality is how we build sustainable value and growth over the long-term. DRMC has provided a full range of quality medical care to one of the world’s most famous resort areas since 1951. Our 387-bed acute tertiary-care facility is fully accredited by the Joint Commission, the nation’s oldest and largest hospital accreditation agency. We are located in Palm Springs, CA, historically renowned as a legendary celebrity getaway and resort community. The dramatic desert environment offers spectacular views of the beautifully landscaped gardens, royal palms, majestic mountains, and clear blue skies. Palm Springs and the fast-growing surrounding areas offer a variety of well-known restaurants; shops; cultural activities such as theater, museums, and film festivals; and outdoor recreation including championship golf, tennis, hiking, and horseback riding. DRMC is actively recruiting to contract a medical librarian. The medical librarian has advanced knowledge of library science and medical library operations and manages the activities related to the support of departments and physicians requiring patient care information, continuing education and research at DRMC.

    Required: Excellent communication skills, both written and verbal. Sufficient technical expertise in research and methodology and medical care to evaluate research materials and provide effective assistance to researchers.

    Preferred: Bachelor’s degree in library science or equivalent. Minimum 5 years’ work experience in the field of library science.

    Salary $20.13–$25.66, hourly, commensurate with experience. Desert Regional Medical Center, Attn: Frederick Owusu, Chief Human Resources Officer, 1150 N. Indian Canyon Drive, Palm Springs, CA 92262. (049)

    Job Posted:
    Wed, 07/15/2015
  • Location:
    Georgia

    Kennesaw State University (KSU) Library System seeks applications for a dynamic, subject experienced, collegial, flexible, and research-oriented senior nontenured, 12-month, faculty librarian position of graduate librarian for health and human services. For more information about KSU, visit www.kennesaw.edu. For more information about the Kennesaw State University Library System, visit www.kennesaw.edu/library/.

    Required: Required qualifications include a master’s of library science (MLS) from an accredited institution or foreign equivalent and a doctorate or second master’s degree in health or human service related discipline AND a minimum of 5 years’ professional experience working full-time in a medical or health sciences library, OR 10 years’ professional experience working full-time in a medical or health sciences library.

    Salary: $69,000–$75,00 (commensurate with experience). Continuous recruitment, with first consideration given to complete applications received by Monday, 8/31/15. Please visit www.kennesaw.edu/facultypositions/ for more information including full job description and specific application instructions, KSU faculty posting number 000292. University System of Georgia applicant clearing house (https://apps.itos.uga.edu/ach/home) position number 29429. KSU is an AAE/EOE institution. D/M/V/W (066)

    Job Posted:
    Wed, 07/15/2015
  • Location:
    Connecticut

    The Harvey Cushing/John Hay Whitney Medical Library, Yale University, New Haven, CT: Position Focus: The research and education librarian with a public health/GIS focus is the primary liaison to the Yale School of Public Health (YSPH) and thus provides innovative programs to support the research, teaching, and service missions of the school. Through consultation and collaboration, the librarian works to enable faculty, students, clinicians, and researchers to leverage collections, information, and data resources to the fullest. Using a wide range of bibliographic databases reflecting the interdisciplinary nature of public health, the librarian develops and provides training in the use of knowledge management, information and data resources, tools, and strategies (e.g., databases, and datasets, evidence-based searching, systematic reviews, content management tools). The librarian serves as a point person for geospatial information at the medical center and works closely with other GIS specialists within the library and the university. The librarian assists faculty and researchers to manage their data; navigate Yale University’s available data management, curation, and preservation landscape; and adhere to federal or other grant funding agencies’ data management and public access policies and requirements. The librarian participates in the general library instruction programs, identifies, prepares, and presents a range of in-person classes on various topics, including biomedical databases (e.g.; PubMed, Ovid, Embase, Scopus), citation management tools (e.g.; EndNote, RefWorks, Mendeley), and biomedical research strategies, enhancing research impact and in-depth citation analysis. Working closely with the medical library’s head of collection development, the librarian develops collections in all formats and promotes them to users. The librarian participates in course-integrated instruction for the Schools of Public Health and Medicine and the 2-week intensive medical school library elective. This position may serve as liaison to other departments or centers in the medical center and participates in the personal librarian program. The research and education librarian is a member of the curriculum and research support team, and reports to the head of that department.

    Required: Master’s degree from an American Library Association–accredited library school. In selected instances, a post-graduate degree in a related discipline may be required or substituted for a master’s degree in library science.

    Preferred: Experience with geocoding, aggregation, and analysis of health data, including associated federal requirements for protection of such data. Experience with ArcGIS. Advanced degree in a biomedical or public health-related field.

    Salary: $53,500, minimum. Commensurate with the qualifications and experience. For complete job description and to apply online, please go to www.yale.edu/jobs (search STARS req 32023BR). (063)

    Job Posted:
    Wed, 07/08/2015
  • Location:
    North Dakota

    The Center for Rural Health (CRH) at the University of North Dakota is seeking an information specialist for the Rural Assistance Center (RAC), a federally funded web-based information center dealing with rural health issues. The position will be responsible for tracking rural health issues, synthesizing the information, and creating unbiased web-based products to help users keep abreast of issues and easily find additional resources to meet their information needs. The information specialist will search daily for resources pertinent to rural health. Use critical thinking skills to analyze resources, determine which would be of interest to users, and index them on the RAC website. Shares responsibility for answering information requests from users.

    Salary: $42,000+. For additional details and requirements, see the full position description and apply online at https://und.edu/finance-operations/human-resources-payroll/careers/secure/job-openings-external.cfm?category=3000+Professional&all=cat&AppliTrackJobId=1542_37440&AppliTrackLayoutMode=detail&AppliTrackViewPosting=1. (065)

    Job Posted:
    Wed, 07/08/2015
  • Location:
    Tennessee

    The University of Tennessee Health Sciences Center (UTHSC) Health Sciences Library seeks a librarian to provide reference, outreach, and marketing of library services to the UTHSC community. Participates in developing instructional content and teaches in the instructional services program. This position has academic expression through contributions to teaching, publication, research, and service to the medical library profession.

    Required: Minimum master’s degree in library or information science from an American Library Association–accredited library school and at least 2 years of post-degree experience in an academic library.

    Salary: $55,000. Download the complete job description at library.uthsc.edu/media/wp/ResLearnServDescriptiption2015-FINAL.pdf. (064)

    Job Posted:
    Wed, 07/08/2015