Assistant Librarian, Electronic Services/Cataloger/Inter-library loans

Full time

Created: December 15, 2014
Orangeburg
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Description

Dominican College seeks a full-time Assistant Librarian to coordinate
electronic resource development, catalog library materials, coordinate all
inter-library loan requests and provide assistance in the areas of public
and reference requests and instructional library classes.

The Assistant Librarian reports directly to the College’s Head Librarian.
The Assistant Librarian manages the operational support of the Library’s
SirsDynix Symphony ILS System, including the management of the OPAC
catalog, reserves and Workflows. Responsibilities include coordinating and
maintaining cataloging and authority control of library materials,
managing and processing requests for instructional resources through
inter-library loans, provide Public and Reference assistance, teach
Library Instructional classes as needed and perform other duties as
assigned.

The successful candidate will have an earned MLS degree and recent
experience in an academic library. Must have knowledge of Dewey Decimal
System, LC Subject Headings, Z39.50,  OCLC, MARC and RDA and DocLine.
Familiarity with ILLiad an asset. This individual must also demonstrate
excellent communication skills and a dedicated, student-centered approach
in assisting Library users increase their fluency of appropriate research
tools.  The candidate should possess a vision for teaching in an evolving
library environment of learning/teaching systems, print and electronic
holdings, and various technologies.  A commitment to developing and
maintaining familiarity with current and emerging trends in information
literacy is essential.

Candidates should email their cover letter and CV to:
humanresources@dc.edu or fax to: Human Resources (845)359-2313. AA/EOE

Last updated: Tuesday, February 28, 2017 23:42 UTC

How to apply

Contact:

Marybeth Broderick (HR)


SirsiDynix ILL Database Cataloger


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Published: Monday, December 15, 2014 23:43 UTC