The Undergraduate Experience Librarian (UEL) will collaborate with colleagues, including another undergraduate experience specialist, to design, coordinate, and assess undergraduate learning opportunities and services. The person in this position will:
· provide library instruction and research assistance and develop web-based instructional content, including videos, graphics, and research guides;
· provide research assistance and library instruction for undergraduate programs such as first-year composition and first-year experience classes;
· evaluate the undergraduate user’s experience of the library;
· and explore new approaches to library orientations and workshops.
This position will have an emphasis on program-level assessment and planning. The librarian will also engage with partners across campus such as student organizations and residential life. The librarian will participate in collections, serve on the library's social media team, and perform other duties as assigned.
This is a 12-month, tenure-track position, reporting to the department head of Research & Instruction Services. Position is available immediately. Anticipated salary range is $52,000-$55,000. 24 days of annual vacation leave. Choice of retirement plans, see the Human Resources website (https://www.wcu.edu/discover/campus-services-and-operations/human-resources-and-payroll/index.aspx) for details. Hunter Library is a progressive and innovative organization and serves a growing, dynamic university. It has a decades-long reputation for world-class service to faculty and students. Professional scholarship and development are expected and supported. An Equal Opportunity/Access/Affirmative Action/Pro Disabled & Veteran Employer.
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Published: Friday, July 1, 2022 02:33 UTC
Last updated: Friday, July 1, 2022 02:33 UTC