Loyola University Chicago is hiring a STEM and Data Literacy Librarian. This is a non-tenured library faculty position, and is open to entry-level applicants as well as experienced professionals. The Library is striving to increase the diversity of its faculty and encourages members of all underrepresented groups to apply. We strongly encourage those who are passionate about teaching and learning to consider this opportunity.
Reporting to the Head of Research and Learning Services, the STEM and Data Literacy Librarian will:
Provide research, learning, and engagement support to selected departments and programs in the sciences, including course-integrated instruction, collection development, and research consultations.
Provide support for data, statistical analysis, and related technologies, through consultations and instruction, including skills-building workshops for faculty, students, staff, and others.
Contribute to Research and Learning Services Department projects and initiatives, including creating research guides and instructional materials, advising on the development of library discovery tools, and staffing information desks and services.
Provide library and information literacy instruction for university programs including first year writing, honors program, and undergraduate research initiatives.
Work autonomously and collaboratively to meet strategic goals, while consistently promoting teamwork, respect, diversity, and inclusiveness.
Participate in library and university committee work.
Actively contribute to the broader profession through scholarship and service.
First consideration deadline is April 25th, 2021.
How to apply
Published: Wednesday, April 14, 2021 14:12 UTC
Last updated: Wednesday, April 14, 2021 14:12 UTC