Assistant University Librarian for Resource Services and Technology

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Created: March 13, 2013


Assistant University Librarian for Resource Services and Technology
Portland State University Library
Position #:  D98558
1.0 FTE, 12-month, benefits eligible
Posted: February 12, 2013

Portland State University, a thriving public university based in downtown Portland, Oregon, seeks a dynamic, experienced library professional to serve as Assistant University Librarian for Resource Services and Technology (AULRST). Comprising eight schools and colleges, Portland State is the largest academic institution in the Oregon University System and is one of the 100 largest public universities in the nation, enrolling 29,818 students in 99 bachelors, 89 masters, and 38 doctoral programs. Occupying an attractive central location on the PSU campus, the Branford Price Millar Library is an exceptional resource to support students and faculty and also an active and influential member of the Orbis Cascade Alliance, a library consortium of 37 higher education institutions in Oregon and Washington.

A detailed profile describing the position is available on the Library’s and University’s websites:

Portland State University is an affirmative action, equal opportunity employer, committed to the development of an inclusive and diverse community. Candidates of all backgrounds are encouraged. Screening of complete applications will begin immediately and continue until finalists have been identified.

Applicants should send a detailed letter of application, a curriculum vita, and contact information for five references to Stephanie Doig, Library Office Manager (,  503-725-4126).  Electronic submission of applications and correspondence is strongly preferred. Inquiries and nominations can be submitted to the same e-mail address. Finalists will be required to provide transcripts and successfully pass a background check.

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Published: Wednesday, March 13, 2013 19:25 UTC

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