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Job Title: Training Specialist
Category: Regional Library System
Contact Name: Paul Hawkins
Contact Phone: 800-234-0529 x113
Contact Email: Paul@sckls.info
Job Description:

Title: Training Specialist Reports to: Director Fair Labor Standards Act Status: Non-exempt Salary: $38,000 - $47,000 (40 Hours per Week) Benefits: Paid single coverage Blue Cross/Blue Shield Health and Dental; Kansas Public Employee Retirement System; Optional Health Reimbursement Plan, Wellness Program and Benefit. SCKLS provided work vehicle. Credit card provided for work-related expenses and partial reimbursement for work cell phone.

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS: Provides and facilitates the organization and support for an annual program of continuing education, training events and two grants programs for member public, academic, school and special libraries as well as public library boards and SCKLS staff; assists with providing SCKLS internal technology hardware and software installation and support; manages SCKLS directory and inventory.

EXAMPLES OF WORK: Duties which comprise 70 – 80% of work time: 

  • Provides pre-event, event and post-event organization, support and evaluation for continuing education, training programs and other meetings 
  • Coordinates and organizes quarterly BLaST (Basic Library Skills Training), monthly Library Talk Series and semi-annual meeting programs 
  • Develops and delivers individualized and/or group training, instruction and orientation as needed 
  • Collaborates with Director and Staff to provide and support continuing education and training programs 
  • Duties which comprise 20 – 30% of work time 
  • Maintains and supports SCKLS video conferencing solutions, phone system, projector kits, security system, WeatherBug weather station, digital signage, etc. 
  • Assists with maintaining SCKLS staff, guest, lab and training software, laptop 
  • Absolute DDS, computers and printers 
  • Maintains SCKLS Directory and SCKLS technology and furniture inventory
  • Administers Continuing Education Reimbursement Grants and Program/Project Grants May represent SCKLS at various meetings 
  • Other work-related duties assigned by the Director

PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS:

  • Sitting, standing, walking, climbing and stooping 
  • Bending, twisting and reaching 
  • Speaking and hearing 
  • Manual dexterity including use of the telephone, computer and touch devices 
  • Lifting and carrying up to 50 pounds 
  • Pushing and pulling, objects weighing 60 - 80 pounds or less on wheels 
  • Mobility and travel to locations outside the SCKLS office Ability to safely operate a SCKLS vehicle 

REQUIRED KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES:

  • Must be able to work independently as well as follow instructions; manage multiple projects simultaneously; proactively meet deadlines; provide high attention to details and organization; and communicate courteously and effectively. 
  • Ability to use Microsoft software applications; presentation software and technology; Evanced Solutions calendar/event software; and SurveyMonkey. 
  • Knowledge of basic and evolving library services in various types of libraries. 
  • Ability to read, write, communicate and teach effectively; develop training and instruction; communicate effectively with individuals with varied levels of library skills / knowledge. 
  • Ability to foster and maintain positive working relations with member librarians and staff.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:

  1. Masters of Library Science from an American Library Association accredited program or Bachelor’s degree in a related field and three years of library experience.
  2. Successful completion of pre-employment screening tests.
  3. A valid Kansas driver’s license and safe driving record required.

APPLICATION: Application letter should address how your experiences and skills would correlate with the various job duties for the position. Send via US Postal Service or e-mail a letter of application, resume’ and three references to: Paul Hawkins, Director, SCKLS e-mail: Paul@sckls.info 321 North Main Street South Hutchinson, KS 67505 Applications accepted until position filled. Applicants that best meet the job qualifications may be invited to interview. SCKLS is an Equal Opportunity Employer.


Job Title: Electronic Resources Librarian
Category: Librarian
Contact Name: Erich Kessler
Contact Phone: 913-588-7118
Contact Email: ekessler3@kumc.edu
Job Description: The University of Kansas Medical Center Library in Kansas City is announcing an opening for an Electronic Resources Librarian. http://jobs.kumc.edu/postings/17146 Reporting to the Assistant Director for Content and Access, the incumbent provides vision, leadership and management of content acquisition, electronic resources and resource sharing services. She/he works closely with colleagues in Content and Access, User Services, Research and Learning, and Information Resources Technology staff as well as with our counterparts on the KU-Lawrence and Wichita campuses in support of resource sharing services. This is an early to mid-career position to provide opportunities for prospective candidates interested in electronic resources. Solid knowledge of publisher and vendor practices, copyright, fair use and open access publishing will be a plus in this position. Please visit http://jobs.kumc.edu/postings/17146 for more information and application instructions.


Job Title: Oral History Archivist
Category:
Contact Name: Jamie Autry
Contact Phone: 405-744-9725
Contact Email: jamie.autry@okstate.edu
Job Description:

As the Oral History Archivist you will join an enthusiastic team of innovative individuals who contribute to achieving the strategic goals of the Oklahoma Oral History Research Program (OOHRP). In this newly established position, you will provide leadership in the areas of collection management, preservation, and discovery of oral history resources. This position will report to the Head of the OOHRP but will work closely with other faculty and staff in the Library. This is a tenure track position with anticipated initial appointment at the rank of Assistant or Associate Professor. The Oklahoma State University Library seeks forward-thinking, creative librarians, curators, and archivists with a passion for oral history access and engagement who are eager to drive their own projects, innovate, and take on challenges. Library faculty are actively engaged in the OSU academic research lifecycle and develop collaborations with faculty, researchers, students, and community partners. Information regarding the OSU Library’s current direction can be found at:http://www.arl.org/focus-areas/arl-academy/workforce-transformation-stories/3349-workforce-transformation-possible-library-futures#.WaSCPWe1uUk

Required Qualifications

 

  • ALA-MLIS or Master’s in a related discipline and professional archives/library experience 
  • Leadership and management excellence 
  • Knowledge of metadata standards and controlled vocabularies
  • Experience and knowledge of relevant archival standards for digital audio and video material 
  • Experience managing oral history or ethnographic archival content Desired Qualifications 

 

Experience in the following areas:

 

  • Creatively curating digital audio and video content 
  • Digital humanities or digital history and the digital preservation life cycle 
  • Archival content management systems and building ethnographic collections 
  • Management and implementation of rights statements pertaining to oral history work 

 

A successful Oral History Archivist will possess strong organizational and leadership skills; excellent communication ability; collegiality and excellent interpersonal skills; and an appreciation for diverse constituencies. Compensation Package You will be offered a competitive salary (minimum $55,000 for 11 months) and benefits package in an area that enjoys a low cost of living. The package will include a generous holiday schedule and leave accrual. You will be offered start-up funding for research or travel, have access to a full communication team to help develop and deliver your message, and have the flexibility to cultivate programming from the ground up.

Application review begins December 1, 2017, and continues until position is filled. For consideration of your application materials, you should apply through the University’s website at https://okstate.csod.com/ats/careersite/search.aspx?site=8&c=okstate. For more information, contact Mary Larson, Associate Dean for Special Collections, at mary.larson@okstate.edu or 405-744-6588. Oklahoma State University is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity/E-verify


Job Title: Library Director
Category: Public
Contact Name: Chad Bachman
Contact Phone: 785-742-3831
Contact Email: Board@hiawathalibrary.org
Job Description:

Library Director Position The Board of Trustees of Morrill Public Library seeks an energetic, self-motivated, and innovative Library Director for a vibrant public library located in Northeast Kansas. The past director, who worked at the library for 5 years, left for a job out of state, closer to family. The successful candidate will be a community-oriented individual who interacts with the public as a hands-on director; has proven leadership skills; has strong delegation skills; is organized; is willing to train and expand knowledge and skills of staff; has strong communication skills and is comfortable with representing the library in the community; is knowledgeable regarding current technology and its use in public libraries; has an overall understanding of current public library operations and services; has highly developed verbal and written communication skills, social skills, and adaptability; and is personable with patrons of all ages. The director must relocate to the Hiawatha community area. The position of our library director is unique as you are required to wear numerous hats on any given day. We need someone who is excited and enthusiastic to offer fun, interesting programs at the library, which in turn brings patrons and the community into our doors. We need someone who is organized and can run the day-to-day business of running the library: keeping the circulation desks staffed, computers working, supplies stocked, and the lights on.

The director position at our library is part librarian, part community relations manager, and part business manager. Director duties & responsibilities include: 

  • Responsible for the library’s strategic plan 
  • Implements and manages a $270,000 budget 
  • Manages and motivates a staff of 12 employees 
  • Builds positive relationships with local officials 
  • Implements technological innovations 
  • Encourages development and delivery of library programming 
  • Leader for our building renovation  

Hiawatha is a residential town about 45 miles west of St. Joseph, MO and an hour north of Topeka, KS. Our county borders Nebraska. With a population under 4,000, Hiawatha has a rural feel and strong community spirit. We are pleased to have great community support, an active Friends of the Library board and positive working relationships among staff and the Board of Trustees. Morrill Public Library is a center of activity in our town. Salary begins at $44,700 commensurate with experience. Benefits include a monthly healthcare allowance, sick and vacation time, and KPERS.

For a complete job description, go to http://www.hiawathalibrary.org/about/employment/

Qualifications: MLS from an ALA accredited school; library and administrative/management experience preferred, but not required. Please submit a meaningful cover letter, resume and references. The position will remain open until filled. Only electronic submissions will be accepted. Please send your application materials and any questions to Library Board of Trustees, Chad Bachman, President, to the address: board@hiawathalibrary.org EOE/AA.


Job Title: Library Associate
Category:
Contact Name: Steve Hamersky
Contact Phone: 316-942-4291 ext 210
Contact Email: hamerskys@newmanu.edu
Job Description:

Description Occupational Summary This para-professional position is responsible for inter-library loan, supervising of student workers, answering reference questions, circulation functions of the library, and copy cataloging.

Stewardship Statement: The Library Associate is responsible to cultivate and maintain the institution’s Catholic identity and its mission to empower graduates to transform society. As a member of the Newman University community, the Library Associate will join with the institution’s sponsors, the Adorers of the Blood of Christ (ASC Sisters), to witness God’s love in Mission to empower others, foster oneness, celebrate life, form right relationships, and walk as compassionate companions. The Library Associate is responsible to uphold this mission in accordance with Ex Corde Ecclesiae, fostering an environment where Catholicism is present while encouraging an impartial search for truth across multiple disciplines engaged in interdisciplinary dialogue.

Work Performed: 

  • Borrowing library materials from other libraries 
  • Lending Dugan Library materials to other libraries 
  • Assisting with training and supervising of student workers 
  • Staffing the Circulation Desk as needed. 
  • Copy cataloging of new materials for the library 
  • Processing all overdue notices 
  • Oversee periodical collection 
  • Provide support to professional librarians as needed 
  • Other duties as assigned  

Required Qualifications/Education/Experience/Skills/Training: Bachelor’s Degree Previous library experience Experience with Integrated Library Systems (EOS is a plus) Strong oral and written communication skills Maintain a professional image, safe environment, and keep work environment neat and orderly Ability to work independently Must be legally authorized to work in the United States of America.

Preferred Qualifications Knowledge of OCLC Worldshare ILL Copy cataloging using OCLC Supervisory experience Newman University is an Equal Opportunity Employer. The equal employment opportunity (EEO) policy of Newman University provides for a fair and equal employment opportunity for all employees and applicants regardless of race, color, religion, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, age, disability or status as a protected veteran. In compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 and the ADA Amendments Act of 2008, Newman University will provide reasonable accommodation to applicants with a disability in completing the application form or in the interview process. Please notify the Human Resources Office at (316) 942-4291, ext. 2202 or email hr@newmanu.edu in advance so necessary arrangements can be made.


Job Title: Youth Services Supervisor
Category: Public Library
Contact Name: Kristi Jacobs
Contact Phone:
Contact Email: kristi@bradfordlibrary.info
Job Description:

Please submit resume, cover letter, references, and applications (available at bradfordlibrary.info) to kristi@bradfordlibrary.info by December 1, 2017. Position Overview: Under the supervision of the Library Director, manages the children’s services department, including programming, reference services, collection development, and reader’s advisory. This is a 40 hour a week position, some evenings and Saturdays will be required.

Primary Responsibilities: 

  • Provides quality customer service
  • Plans, implements, and evaluates children’s services, programs, and outreach 
  • Supervise, schedule, evaluate, and train department staff 
  • Plans and carries out Summer Reading Program 
  • Develops and monitors collection development plan for children’s materials, allocates funds to meet collection development goals, and supervises collection development activities of other staff 
  • Assists the library director in budgeting for the collections, services, and programs of the Children’s Department 
  • Participates through suggestions, in the near-term and long range planning of library services 
  • Participates in the development of operating policies and procedures 
  • Maintains collaborative relationships with community groups, arts organizations, and professional library groups 
  • Promotes children’s services to community groups and at community events 
  • Develops and promotes cooperation between public library and schools 
  • Writes grant applications to secure funds to support children’s programs 
  • Prepares statistical and narrative reports for the Director
  • Provides reference and reader’s advisory to children and parents 
  • Plans displays and bulletin boards 
  • Works circulation desk 
  • Establishes priorities as determined by need  

Additional Responsibilities: 

  • Identifies reading trends in children’s literature 
  • Be aware of trends in popular culture 
  • Attends conferences, workshops, and meetings and reads professional literature to stay informed on issues related to children’s services 
  • Serves on professional and community committees, as requested, to advance the library and the library profession 
  • Performs other duties, as assigned  

Supervision Received: Receives general supervision from the Library Director Supervision Exercised: Supervises Children’s Department staff and volunteers

Minimum Qualifications: High School Diploma required College degree preferred; some college required Experience working with children Experience planning and presenting programming or classes Strong verbal and written communication skills

Preferred Qualifications: Masters in Library Science from an ALA Accredited Institution Experience working in a library Starting Wage: $13.00-$17.00 hr, based on qualifications and experience

Required Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities: 

  • Knowledge of public library services and programs 
  • Possesses a solid general education and is especially familiar with children’s literature and programming 
  • Committed to excellence in customer service 
  • Strong oral and written communication skills
  • Ability to understand and interpret library policies, procedures, and rules 
  • Ability to work independently 
  • Ability to organize work for efficient use of time 
  • Ability to interact courteously and effectively with library staff and volunteers, the library’s business contacts, city employees, and the general public 
  • Ability to initiate, organize, and follow through on programs, services, and projects 
  • Knowledge of current trends and developments in the library profession and in library services for children 
  • Ability to represent the library at professional and community meetings 
  • Basic math skills 

 Physical Requirements: 

  • Ability to perform duties in an office environment 
  • Ability to work in an environment subject to continuous interruptions and background noises 
  • Ability to work under stress from deadlines, public contact, and changing priorities, and conditions 
  • Ability to operate computers with proficiency using library software, word processing, and the Internet 
  • Ability to view a computer monitor and/or operate a keyboard for extended periods of time 
  • Ability to move and/or lift materials up to 25 pounds
  • Regularly required to stand, walk, bend, kneel, crawl, reach, climb, balance, and sit 
  • Regularly required to talk and/or hear; use hands to operate objects, tools, and controls; and reach with hands and arms 
  • Vision and hearing at or correctable to “normal ranges” 
  • Ability to read printed materials and information on computer screens 
  • Ability to communicate effectively with individuals in person, over the telephone, and via the printed word 
  • Ability to file books, periodicals, files, reports, notebooks, etc on shelves ranging from 4 inches to 7 feet from the floor
  • Ability to travel to attend meetings both inside and outside of El Dorado 
ACCOMMODATIONS: Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable qualified individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions of this position.

 


Job Title: Assistant Branch Manager
Category: Management
Contact Name: David Davis
Contact Phone: 913-826-4600
Contact Email: NA
Job Description:

ASSISTANT BRANCH MANAGER (MANAGER II) jOHNSON COUNTY LIBRARY $22.42-$30.83

Full-time Regular (40 hrs, Full Benefits)

The Johnson County Library is hiring for Assistant Branch Managers.

Duties include:

 

  • Answers patron inquiries, provides information, reference and reader's advisory services to a broad range of library users; answers patron inquiries using library collection, internet, other databases and/or referral; instructs patrons in the use of various databases; maintains expert knowledge of circulation services policies and procedures; assist patrons at checkout, as needed; explains and handles fines and fees using set policies and procedures.
  • Pays or waives fines as appropriate; enforces patron code of behavior and is a person of authority when dealing with difficult patrons and/or situations. 
  • Assists with management of building operations; provides library policy and procedures information; provides guidance to staff regarding patron or personnel issues and handles emergency situations; acts as Branch Manager when Branch Manager is unavailable; manages resources appropriately; collaborates with Collections and Technical Services to maintain the collection; assists Branch Manager and staff to manage budget; acts as branch's circulation expert and leader. 
  • Models professional behavior to staff; attends scheduled meetings; represents Library appropriately to both internal and external customers; participates in committee work, which may include acting as project manager for system-wide projects. 
  • Hires staff; reviews their work and performance on a regular basis, and handles disciplinary issues; creates monthly schedule, reviews/approves vacation and sick time requests, and approves weekly time records; trains new staff in the use of computers, shelving, checking books in and out, and other circulation processes and procedures; ensures staff attend required training sessions and meet training requirements; trains new volunteers sent by the Volunteer Services Coordinator in shelving or other special tasks; participates in the interview and hiring process for other library staff. 
  • Assesses and changes work room processes to ensure the most efficient provision of library materials throughout the system; assists staff as needed. 
JOB REQUIREMENTS Master’s degree in Library Science or related field of study; two (2) years of experience providing customer service, preferably in a library or public service environment; one (1) year of experience using Microsoft Windows and online environment using web-based tools; and a valid driver’s license with an acceptable driving record is required. One (1) year of supervisory experience is preferred. Johnson County Government requires reference/background screening for all positions. Specified criteria may vary by Department/Agency.

 


Job Title: Assistant Branch Manager
Category: Johnson County Library
Contact Name: David Davis
Contact Phone: 913-715-1411
Contact Email: david.davis@jocogov.org
Job Description:

Johnson County Library is hiring for Assistant Branch Managers.

Duties include: 

  • Answers patron inquiries, provides information, reference and reader's advisory services to a broad range of library users; answers patron inquiries using library collection, internet, other databases and/or referral; instructs patrons in the use of various databases; maintains expert knowledge of circulation services policies and procedures; assist patrons at checkout, as needed; explains and handles fines and fees using set policies and procedures.Pays or waives fines as appropriate; enforces patron code of behavior and is a person of authority when dealing with difficult patrons and/or situations. 
  • Assists with management of building operations; provides library policy and procedures information; provides guidance to staff regarding patron or personnel issues and handles emergency situations; acts as Branch Manager when Branch Manager is unavailable; manages resources appropriately; collaborates with Collections and Technical Services to maintain the collection; assists Branch Manager and staff to manage budget; acts as branch's circulation expert and leader. 
  • Models professional behavior to staff; attends scheduled meetings; represents Library appropriately to both internal and external customers; participates in committee work, which may include acting as project manager for system-wide projects. 
  • Hires staff; reviews their work and performance on a regular basis, and handles disciplinary issues; creates monthly schedule, reviews/approves vacation and sick time requests, and approves weekly time records; trains new staff in the use of computers, shelving, checking books in and out, and other circulation processes and procedures; ensures staff attend required training sessions and meet training requirements; trains new volunteers sent by the Volunteer Services Coordinator in shelving or other special tasks; participates in the interview and hiring process for other library staff. 
  • Assesses and changes work room processes to ensure the most efficient provision of library materials throughout the system; assists staff as needed. ***The 4 Assistant Branch Manager Positons are at different locations within Johnson County.*** 
Apply here :https://www.jocogov.org/dept/human-resources/career-opportunities/jobs-open-public

 


Job Title: Part Time Information Services Assistant
Category: Public
Contact Name: Melissa Fisher Isaacs
Contact Phone: 785-843-3833
Contact Email: mfisherisaacs@lplks.org
Job Description:

Lawrence Public Library is seeking someone who is passionate about making information accessible to the people of our community. If you love smiling, helping others, and making a difference in people’s lives, this job is for you. The successful candidate will work with the library’s Information Services department, helping people conduct research, connect to community resources, and pursue their lifelong learning goals.

Here’s what we’ll need you to do/be: 

  • You will staff the public service desk, and help answer the phone. 
  • You will help people navigate our catalog and databases. 
  • You will do some shelving, and help us promote the nonfiction collection and other information resources through displays, reviews, and programs. 
  • You care deeply about great customer service and value the mission of public libraries. 
  • You love helping people find the answers to their questions (and know that Google isn’t the only place to look!). 
  • You are curious, creative, and always thinking about new ways to connect people to the information they need.
  •  You keep tabs on current events in our community. 
  • You are flexible and can go with the flow. 
  • You are open to new ideas, new technologies, and new work practices. 
  • You are a quick study. 
  • You value teamwork and work well with others.  

Required qualifications: 

  • Some college coursework 
  • Public service experience 
  • Proficiency with common office suite programs 
  • Excellent written and oral communication skills  

Preferred qualifications: 

  • Bachelor’s degree 
  • Proficiency in another language in addition to English 
  • Library experience 
If this sounds like the job for you, please consider joining our team at Lawrence Public Library. This position is 25 hours a week and will require some evening and weekend hours. Wages start at $14.02 an hour. Preference will be given to applications received by December 3, 2017; go to http://www.lawrence.lib.ks.us/wp-content/uploads/lpl-files/Employee_App.pdf for an application. Email your completed employment application, resume and cover letter to: Melissa Fisher Isaacs, Information Services Coordinator, mfisherisaacs@lplks.org.

 


Job Title: Faculty Librarian Subject Specialist Liaison-College of Education
Category: Librarian
Contact Name: Nancy Gieselman
Contact Phone: 6605434140
Contact Email: gieselman@ucmo.edu
Job Description:

Position Title: Faculty Librarian Subject Specialist Liaison – College of Education Rank: Asst. Prof. [indicate if a tenure track position]: non-tenure track/instructional faculty Unit: James C. Kirkpatrick Library Reports to: Department Chair of Kirkpatrick Library (TBA) Position Number: 998527 Date of Position Description: revised and approved by librarian faculty 11/3/2017

Scope of Position: The Faculty Librarian Subject Specialist Liaison focuses on the teaching of information literacy, both generally and within their subject specialty, in the classroom as well as through consultations. Liaisons are responsible for developing resources that connect UCM students and faculty with the information they are seeking, providing research and information service to UCM faculty and students, developing professional relationships with faculty members in their assigned departments, managing collections in their subject areas, and being active in the library profession and across campus. As faculty members, liaisons engage in shared governance and may pursue scholarly activities. Other duties as assigned.

Primary responsibilities: 

  • Liaison to: the College of Education
    • Initiate and maintain contacts with faculty members in assigned departments/colleges/schools. 
    • Teach information literacy to students, generally and in assigned areas. 
    • Teach information literacy course LIS 1010: Truth, Lies & Information Management. 
    • Create learning tools, library guides, etc. to connect students and faculty with the information they are seeking. 
    • Provide research and information consultations (one-on-one, via chat/email/phone/in person, small groups) to faculty and students. 
    • Promote library and information resources and services to faculty in assigned areas. 
    • Develop collections in assigned areas in all formats, including collection development of the Curriculum Collection. 
    • Participate in activities hosted by the Library and by assigned departments. 
  • Engagement: 
    • Participate in library committees, task forces, working groups, etc. and governance. 
    • Participate in library activities, events, etc. 
    • Participate in university-wide governance. 
  • Position-Specific: [include any supervisory authority] Minimum Qualifications for the Position
    • Master’s degree from an ALA-accredited program in library or information science or equivalent degree. 
    • Demonstrated understanding and knowledge of the current roles, services, and resources of academic libraries. 
  • Preferred Experience: [if position entails supervisory responsibility, indicate number of years supervisory experience required/preferred] 
    • Minimum of one-year full-time equivalent academic library experience including experience in providing reference services, instruction (online and in person), developing online instructional tools (e.g., LibGuides, etc.). 
    • Experience developing collections in the subject liaison areas. Special Skills, Abilities, Knowledge: 
      • Knowledge of and experience in education-related disciplines is strongly preferred. 
      • Effective written, verbal, and nonverbal communication skills. 
      • Ability to work both independently and collaboratively with library faculty and staff in a team environment. 
    • Physical & Environmental Factors: (Unusual or extreme physical and/or environmental factors experienced on-the-job. Also include any hazards, risks, or discomforts that exist on the job or in the work environment.) 
    • Position requires the ability to work in an office-like setting. Special Working Conditions: (e.g., schedule flexibility, working nights and weekends, etc.) 
    • Maintain ability to work weekend and/or evening library and information research and services delivery rotations as assigned, including some holidays.

Work Environment: Built in 1999, The James C. Kirkpatrick Library is the academic center of campus providing multiple student and faculty resources and services including the Harmon Computer Commons, the Center for Teaching and Learning, the Honors College, the Essig Collection, distance learning, and related activities. Under the leadership of Dr. Gail M. Staines, dean of library services, we are a team passionate about providing the best in library services and information resources to our students, faculty, and staff.

Salary and Benefits: Commensurate with qualifications and experience. Benefits are described at:http://www.ucmo.edu/hr/benefits/ University Environment: Located in Warrensburg, MO (approximately 50 miles southeast of Kansas City), the University of Central Missouri (http://www.ucmo.edu) provides the option for urban, suburban, rural, or small city living. The University is experiencing a period of sustained, planned growth with increasing enrollment, new programs, and new construction. Special Instructions to Applicants: Candidates must complete the faculty profile found at: https://jobs.ucmo.edu Apply to position 998527. Attach to the faculty profile a cover letter, current curriculum vitae, and copy of transcripts showing all degrees completed. Please list on the faculty profile the names, addresses, phone numbers, and email addresses of three (3) professional references. If contacted for an interview, three (3) letters of recommendation will be requested. Review of completed applications beings immediately and continues until the position is filled. For information about the online application process, contact Human Resources at jobs@ucmo.edu or (660) 543-4255. Only those candidates who submit complete faculty profiles with required attached documents will be considered for this position. The University of Central Missouri is an AA/EEO/ADA employer and women and minorities are encouraged to apply.