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Part-time Librarian Professional Specialist
Salary range: $15.26/ hour, 22 hours/wk
Department: Lawrence W. Tyree Library
Position Type: Part-time
Position Classification: Other
Position Location: Northwest Campus
Closing Date: 0000-00-00 00:00:00
The Lawrence W Tyree Library is seeking a Part-Time Librarian to provide reference services and teach library courses and workshops. This position is a 10 month appointment. There are no work hours in June and July.
Responsibilities and duties may include:
- Provide library reference services.
- Provide library instruction on-site, online, via interactive video, and at other SF College sites.
- Develop library curriculum and instructional materials.
- Integrate technology into library instructional activities.
- Facilitate meaningful library collection selection and deletion in collaboration with reference librarians and academic departments.
- Participate in department and college meetings and activities as appropriate.
- Perform other duties as assigned.
Minimum Requirements: An ALA accredited MLS is required. Teaching experience as well as on-site and online reference services experience are required. Applicant must be a team player. Excellent interpersonal, communication, and collaboration skills are required. Cutting-edge library technology skills and the ability to incorporate new technologies into existing systems while realizing the vision of 21st Century practices are required. Knowledge of issues related to library instruction and services and a strong public service orientation are required. Web development and online course design experience are preferred. Academic library experience and active involvement in professional library organizations are preferred. Must be able to work evening and weekend schedules, travel to other college sites, and be committed to working with students and faculty in an academic library. A criminal background check will be conducted.
APPLICATION PROCESS: All applicants should submit a SF College application, cover letter, updated resume, college transcripts, 3 current letters of recommendation and a writing sample* to the contact below. Email submissions are preferred.
*Writing sample: In approximately 250 words respond to the question:
How would you integrate technology and information literacy skills into your work with students and faculty?
Position Status: Archive