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Curator of Music, Boston Public Library - Copley Branch, Boston, MA

Position Overview

Under the direction of the Manager of the Arts, the Curator of Music is responsible for stewardship and management of the Boston Public Library's large and diverse special collections related to the field of music, including manuscript and printed scores, first editions and rare volumes, song sheets, and performance editions. Responsibilities include promoting the use, care, and servicing of the library's music special collections, including rare and unique print and manuscript material related to music; researching and interpreting materials; providing specialized and complex reference services; and developing the music collection in support of the library's collecting strategy and mission.


Reports to:

Manager of the Arts or delegate 


Professional and support staff as assigned


Scope of Responsibility

  1. Develops, maintains, supervises, and actively promotes the Boston Public Library's special collections and reference materials related to music.

  2. Performs difficult and complex reference and research services in person, on the phone, and by correspondence.

  3. Assists in planning and managing the services, operations, and staff of the Arts Department. Assumes administrative responsibility for the day-to-day operation of the department in the absence of the Department Head or other ranking staff member.

  4. Works with the Special Collections and Content Discovery teams to set priorities for the organization, access, servicing, digitization, and preservation of music special collections to facilitate their use. Advises on the development of a variety of bibliographic access applications, both print and electronic, to facilitate use of the collections by users throughout the City and the Commonwealth.

  5. Carries out continuing research on the Library's music collection and works with the Content Discovery team to develop descriptions and cataloging material in the music collection, particularly rare or unique print and manuscript material.

  6. Provides expert interpretation and context to music-related special collections for exhibitions, public programs, publications, speaking engagements, web-based projects, and social media outlets.

  7. Participates in the development and implementation of innovative services that connect library users with music special collections, lowers hurdles to access for researchers, and facilitates the sharing of knowledge among users.

  8. Works with appropriate staff to identify, evaluate, and prioritize candidates for digitization initiatives and helps facilitate the use of digital music collections.

  9. Alternates with other staff members in supervising a public reading room in such a way as to maintain an atmosphere conducive to research while responsibly preserving and protecting materials. Instructs patrons in the proper handling of special collections materials related to music.

  10. Participates in stacks maintenance and inventory projects and conducts periodic conservation assessments in collaboration with conservation and preservation staff. Suggests items or special collections in need of conservation and makes recommendations for rehousing or reformatting of materials.

  11. Under the direction of the Manager of the Arts, oversees the selection, evaluation, and maintenance of music materials within established collecting areas and in alignment with the BPL's Collection Development Policy. This includes recommending acquisitions, suggesting areas for future growth, and reviewing donations and gift proposals.

  12. Assists in the training of Special Collections staff and in the orientation of both staff and members of the public to the services of the department.

  13. Commits to keeping current in the best practices of the profession by taking advantage of training and development activities, by reading professional literature, and by participating in professional activities.

  14. Represents library at local and national conferences.

  15. Contributes as appropriate to the development of grant narratives, work plans, and budgets.

  16. Performs other related and comparable duties as assigned.



  • Ability to read music.

  • Reading knowledge of one or more foreign languages and the ability to deal with unfamiliar foreign languages preferred.

  • Strong working knowledge of relevant print and electronic music resources.

  • Strong working knowledge of the best practices for music collection arrangement and description, particularly rare or unique material.

  • Strong familiarity with collection management and inventory systems, library automation systems, digital object repository applications, and web delivery platforms for cultural heritage content.

  • Ability to work collaboratively and proactively with various advisory groups and levels of staff in a team environment.

  • Knowledge of specialized preservation and handling techniques for rare and fragile items related to the field.

  • Ability to carry out detailed procedures with accuracy.

  • Ability to plan and prioritize job responsibilities and tasks.

  • Demonstrated initiative and appropriate independent decision making skills.

  • Excellent oral, written, and interpersonal skills.

  • Communicates effectively and presents ideas clearly.

  • Ability to execute library policy.

  • Proficiency with Microsoft Outlook, Word, PowerPoint, and Excel.

  • Ability to think creatively and innovatively.




Bachelor's degree from a recognized college or university and a master's degree in Library Science from an ALA accredited library school, or a master's degree in music history or musicology from an accredited college or university. Relevant subject knowledge and/or specialized training required. In exceptional circumstances, specialized training/experience may substitute all or part of the educational requirement.



Four years relevant experience from a library, museum, or other similar cultural heritage institution.



  1. Some evening and weekend hours.

  2. Ability to exercise good judgment and focus on detail as required by the job.

  3. Residency - Must be a resident of the City of Boston upon the first day of hire.

  4. CORI - Must successfully clear a Criminal Offenders Record Information check with the City of Boston.



Union/Salary Plan/Grade: PSA/P- 3

Hours per week: 35


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Associate Director of User Experience and Operations, Berklee College of Music, Boston, MA

Department: Learning Resources

Managers' Titles:

Associate Dean, Learning Resources

Director of Collections Strategy and the Albert Alphin Library



In alignment with Berklee's Vision & Strategy 2025, the Berklee Library's mission is to enable our students to achieve their artistic potential and equip them with the information and digital literacy skills needed to forge successful careers in today's knowledge-driven, global society. In support of this strategy, the Library is focused on implementing innovative library services and an associated service-delivery model that demonstrably contributes to a high-quality on-campus experience, advances learning and discovery and measurably contributes to student success.


To achieve these goals, the Associate Director, User Experience and Operations is an innovative, engaged, and service-oriented individual within our dynamic, multi-disciplinary team. The Associate Director role oversees front-line student services and operations within both the Stan Getz Library (Berklee College) and Albert Alphin Library (Boston Conservatory) and plays a key role in advancing the integration of these two libraries, which were organizationally merged following the Berklee/Boston Conservatory merger in 2016.


Job Purpose

Specific responsibilities for this role include management and oversight of the daily operation of both libraries (including circulation, reserves, security, and facilities maintenance); ensuring that the library exemplifies an inclusive and welcoming environment that shows sensitivity and respect for all patrons; staying informed about and implementing current best practices and innovative trends with regard to academic learning spaces and service development; utilizing appropriate assessment measures to ensure that Learning Resources successfully meets the needs of Berklee's creative, highly diverse population of users​ . Risk-taking and experimental approaches are encouraged. This position leverages emerging trends within the library profession, in addition to identifying best practices in customer outreach and program development in other fields and sectors for inspiration.


Essential Duties and Responsibilities 

  • Manages and coordinates the daily operations of the Stan Getz and Albert Alphin libraries' resources, facilities and services.

  • Recruits, leads and motivates 5 staff members in the Operations and Access Services team to deliver an excellent standard of service and implement innovative approaches to new service development that will enhance the student experience and student success.

  • Ensures an inclusive, welcoming environment and atmosphere in both Libraries that welcomes all members of the community. Works collaboratively with Berklee's Center for Diversity, Equity and Inclusion to ensure alignment with overall institutional practices and goals with regard to diversity and inclusion.

  • Pulls from and exemplifies current trends and innovative practices related to learning, discovery and collaboration. Anticipates and meets the needs of library users by creating pathways for student feedback and building strong collaborative relationships with faculty and staff.

  • Oversees the department's social media platforms. Develops strategies and content for promoting library resources, services and events.

  • Collaborates with other members of the Learning Resources team to drive the ongoing efforts to merge the user services provided by the Stan Getz and Albert Alphin libraries.

  • Works closely with the Learning Resources technology support team to ensure a positive user experience on the library's technology platforms and applications. Will assist in evaluating new technology and products and serve as a key stakeholder on user-facing technology implementation projects.

  • Advises LRS leadership on needs, trends and best practices and participates in long-range planning. Participates in the assessment of and long-range planning for services and physical space working in collaboration with LRS senior leadership and others to develop strategic plans supporting library access services.

  • In partnership with the Instruction & Engagement team, provides basic reference and information services to patrons.

  • Serves as Learning Resources point person to various departments responsible for campus-wide business and administrative services (procurement, campus-wide technology resources, campus-wide printing, real estate, physical plant, public safety etc).

  • Works a flexible schedule, with possible evening/weekend hours in order to ensure appropriate coverage of the library facilities.

  • Represents Learning Resources department on college-wide initiatives and services that impact the Libraries facilities and services.


Possible Additional Duties and Responsibilities

  • Conducts instructional and informational presentations about the Libraries facilities and services to faculty, staff, students, and parents.

  • Other duties as assigned


Knowledge and Skills Required 

  • Bachelor's Degree in music or related performance art field.

  • Masters degree in Library/Information Science from an ALA-accredited institution or significant professional experience in an academic library of 5 - 7 years.

  • Extensive experience in customer service and user support, ideally in an academic setting. Relevant experience in other sectors (e.g. retail, museums, other arts venues) highly valued.

  • Versatile problem solving and troubleshooting skills. Ability to apply a broad range of expertise to address specific user needs. Skilled in quickly ascertaining and resolving immediate technical problems; ability to exercise​ ​ discerning judgment.

  • Excellent interpersonal, communication and consultation skills in order to work effectively with students, faculty, staff, and external groups - often under demanding conditions.

  • Strong understanding of academic library standards, policies and procedures. In-depth knowledge of current academic, and administrative software packages.

  • Strong organizational, managerial skills and leadership skills in order to coordinate a comprehensive support effort involving both people and technology as well as the ability to adapt to changing priorities.

  • Awareness of and sensitivity to the needs of a diverse student population, with particular attention to academic skills and special needs.

  • Ability to learn new technologies and incorporate them into existing operations.

  • Strong training and presentation skills. Ability to explain and demonstrate new concepts to broad audiences.

  • Some experience with cataloging and cleaning up metadata strongly preferred.


To view the full position and apply, please visit the following link


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PhD Scholarship in Philosophy, Monash University, Melbourne, Australia

Location: Clayton campus

Employment Type: Full-time

Duration: 3 years and 3 months

Remuneration:  Current value: AU$29,000 per annum 2020 full-time, tax-free stipend (indexed plus allowances).

If an international student is selected tuition fees will be covered, including Overseas Single Health Cover. For scholarship procedures and conditions, please visit this link.

The Opportunity

As part of the Australian Research Council Future Fellowship, 'Substructural logics for limited resources' (FT190100147), up to two PhD scholarships are available at Monash University. Primary supervision will be provided by the Future Fellow, Dr David Ripley.

Deductive reasoning takes time, memory, effort, attention, sometimes scratch paper, etc: in short, resources. This means it's entirely possible to have enough resources to reason either from A to B or from B to C, but still not to have enough resources to be able to put those steps together and reason all the way from A to C. In short, deductive reasoning under conditions of limited resources is nontransitive. The same goes for computation: computing things takes resources, and so it's possible to be in a position to compute either a B from an A or a C from a B without yet being in a position to compute a C from an A.

This project aims to study and develop substructural, and in particular nontransitive, logics for modelling both deductive reasoning and computation under these conditions of limited resources. For deductive reasoning, the hope is that this will shed new light on the ways in which deduction can be informative. For computation, the hope is that this will facilitate the design of programming languages that will help manage these limited resources. The backbone of the project is in pure logic: in developing the theory of nontransitive logics for resource management, and in relating this to existing work on noncontractive logics (such as linear logic) for resource management. The precise details of the PhD research are flexible and responsive to the successful applicants' expertise and interests, and will be confirmed through discussions between successful applicants and the supervisors. 

Monash University is the largest university in Australia and regularly ranks in the top 100 universities worldwide. Monash has six globally networked campuses and international alliances in Europe and Asia. The applicant(s) will be based at the Clayton campus in Melbourne. Melbourne is frequently cited among the "Most Liveable Cities in the World".

Successful candidates will also be a part of the Melbourne Logic Group, an informal interuniversity group involving experts in substructural logics such as Lloyd Humberstone (philosophy, Monash), Tomasz Kowalski (mathematics, La Trobe), and Greg Restall (philosophy, University of Melbourne). The group meets weekly during semesters and regularly hosts speakers from a wide range of areas in logic.

In addition to the scholarship, research candidates in the Faculty of Arts also have access to funding for research trips spanning conferences and major events relevant to their own independent research, as well as other research-related expenses.

Candidate Requirements

The successful applicant will have an excellent academic track record in logic, whether in philosophy or in some other discipline relevant to the project, such as computer science, linguistics, or mathematics. Experience in substructural logics, in particular, is desirable but not essential.

Applicants will be considered if they fulfil the criteria for PhD admission at Monash University. Details of eligibility requirements to undertake a PhD in the Faculty of Arts are available here.

Candidates will be required to meet Monash admission requirements which include English-language proficiency skills. Scholarship holders must be enrolled full-time and on campus.

Successful applicants will be expected to enrol before July 2020. However, there may be some flexibility as to the date of commencement.

Please note: applicants who already hold a PhD will not be considered.


Enquiries concerning the research project and other academic matters should be directed in the first instance to Dr David Ripley by email:

Submit an Expression of Interest

EOIs shall comprise:

  • A cover letter that includes a brief statement of the applicant's suitability

  • A research proposal not exceeding 750 words in length

  • A curriculum vitae, including a list of any published works, conference presentations and relevant work experience

  • A full statement of academic record, supported by scanned copies of relevant certified documentation

  • Contact details of two academic referees

It is expected that applicants will have been in discussion with Dr Ripley prior to submission of the EOI.

EOIs must be sent, in the form of a single pdf attachment to an e-mail, to June Park, Senior Graduate Research Administrator, Faculty of Arts, at the following e-mail address:

Shortlisted candidates will be interviewed, over Skype if necessary. The interviews will be conducted in English.

Closing Date:

Friday 14 February 2020, 11:55 p.m. AEDT

Computer Science Opportunities | Special Positions

Neuro- and Health Sciences Librarian, Indiana University, Bloomington, IN

The Indiana University Bloomington Libraries seek a creative and innovative librarian to liaise with the students and faculty in several neuro- and health related academic units on the Bloomington Campus: Cognitive Sciences, Optometry and Vision Science, Nursing, Psychological and Brain Sciences, and Speech and Hearing Sciences.  The person in this position will serve as a primary contact and resource for these constituencies and will work in close collaboration with library and campus colleagues to support research, teaching, and learning needs.


This position reports to the Libraries' Head of Sciences department.  This department includes four librarians who are responsible for research and learning support services across multiple locations.  The successful candidate will join a department that embraces innovation and new services in partnership with campus academic centers and institutes, various IT departments, and colleagues across the Libraries, particularly in the Research Data, Scholarly Communication, and Social Sciences areas.



  • Provide comprehensive and specialized instructional, research, and collections support at all educational levels and across information formats.
  • Provide advanced consultation and search services for narrative and scoping reviews and other literature intensive research projects.
  • Develop and build print and electronic collections that meet user needs.
  • Continually learn and understand the evolving research practices and teaching needs in order to engage constituents with spaces, services, and collections.
  • Proactively develop and manage relationships with constituents in order to anticipate and meet needs
  • Assist in the development and actualization of researchers' data management plans using institutional and community best practices.
  • Support federal public access policy compliance.
  • With colleagues, participate in understanding research data service needs and the development of outreach and training strategies.
  • Explore and keep abreast of changing technologies and their application in neuro and health sciences, such as: 3D Virtual Reality, GIS, data visualization, curation and preservation of information, citation impact, and the semantic web.
  • Provide responsive, quality teaching and learning services, including the development and execution of instruction programs focused on advanced resources for undergraduate and graduate students.
  • Collaborate in programming and engagement activities with librarian colleagues to share research experience and expertise.
  • Support scholarly communication, data management, and open access initiatives in collaboration with campus and library colleagues
  • Actively participate in the Libraries' Assessment program in order to provide responsive services to faculty and students.
  • Contribute to developments in the field of librarianship through active professional engagement and independent scholarship consistent with a library faculty appointment.




  • ALA-accredited master's degree in library or information science and either experience or a degree in a neuro- or health related field.  Candidates with an advanced degree in a relevant academic field and appropriate experience in an academic setting are also strongly encouraged to apply.
  • Demonstrated experience in instruction and research consultation.
  • Demonstrated knowledge of disciplinary terminology and familiarity with the latest methods used in neuro- and health-related research.
  • Demonstrated ability to effectively collaborate on projects and initiatives, particularly outside of the discipline to educate and deliver.
  • Excellent written and oral communication skills
  • Strong commitment to public services and improving the library user experience.
  • Demonstrated ability to set and attain goals and the flexibility to adapt to change


  • Demonstrated experience creating and sustaining new library services.
  • Knowledge of health and life sciences databases (e.g., record structure, indexing policies), thorough knowledge of search interfaces, and excellent database and grey literature search experience.
  • Knowledge of traditional and alternative research impact tools.
  • Experience with health communications, neuro- and/or health literature, and/or health sciences outreach.
  • Experience with book and journal selection and/or licensing.
  • Familiarity with systematic review search methodology, guidelines, and standards.
  • Familiarity with data visualization skills.
  • Experience with MyNCBI Services.
  • Knowledge of metadata standards.
  • Knowledge of subject-specific repositories.
  • Familiarity with the NIH and NSF grant processes.
  • In-depth knowledge of the publication process in the sciences.



Salary is competitive and commensurate with experience and education; benefits include a university healthcare plan, university-funded base retirement plan, a 100% university paid group life insurance plan, and a generous paid time off plan.  This tenure-track academic appointment includes eligibility for sabbatical leaves.  For a full list of benefit programs, please refer to the following resources:



Applications received by Friday, January 10, 2020 will be given full consideration.   The position will remain open until filled. Interested candidates should review the application requirements and submit their application at Questions regarding the position or application process can be directed to: Jennifer Chaffin, Director of Human Resources, Libraries Human Resources, Herman B Wells Library 205, Indiana University, Bloomington, IN 47405 - Phone: 812-855-8196 - Fax: 812-855-2576 - Email:  Expected start date:  April 1, 2020.


For more information about Indiana University Bloomington go to


Indiana University is an equal employment and affirmative action employer and a provider of ADA services.  All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to age, ethnicity, color, race, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identify or expression, genetic information, marital status, national origin, disability status or protected veteran status.

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Richard F. French Librarian, Eda Kuhn Loeb Music Library, Cambridge, MA

Harvard University seeks a dynamic, progressive, user-centered, inclusive, and innovative librarian to provide leadership for the Eda Kuhn Loeb Music Library, one of the leading libraries in the world for the study of a wide variety of musical disciplines, including historical musicology, music theory, ethnomusicology, composition, historically informed performance practice, and more.  



Reporting to the Director of Arts and Special Collections of the Harvard College Library, the Librarian leads and manages the staff, budget, operations, and programs that support a diverse array of research and teaching activities centered in the Music Library's collection of books, scores, recordings, periodicals, special collections, and other materials.  The Librarian represents the Music Library to individuals and groups of faculty, students, researchers, donors, the music community, the media, and other external constituents. 



The Librarian will have an extraordinary opportunity to lead the collections, services, and programs of the library in a moment that features a dynamic new curriculum in the Department of Music, deeper collaborations with libraries on campus and within consortia, and new and emerging methods of scholarship and the presentation of library collections for discovery and access.  The successful incumbent will possess wide-ranging knowledge of the study and practice of music, broadly conceived; deep understanding of the administration of libraries and archives; enthusiasm for working with faculty and students; proclivity for adopting new technologies that will improve access to and use of Music Library holdings; and a collaborative and collegial outlook and spirit. 


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Director of Library Services, New England Conservatory, Boston, MA

Job Summary
The primary responsibility of the Director of Library Services is to oversee and manage the organization and operation of the Blumenthal Family Library. This individual reports to the Vice President & Provost.


Essential Functions

  • Develop policies for the circulation of library materials in collaboration with the Head of Public Services
  • Develop and implement policy for the Conservatory's use of archival materials in collaboration with the Archivist/Records Manager
  • Develop and oversee reference and instructional programs for the use of library resources; participate in classes, as required
  • Serve on NEC's DMA Committee as a voting member and Faculty Council as a non-voting member
  • Evaluate and select electronic databases and internet resources in collaboration with the Collection Management Librarian
  • Develop and manage the library budget, including allocation of collection development funds and operational expenses
  • Oversee all activities related to the digitization of library materials
  • Develop and implement policies regarding the donation of materials to the library; assess donated materials to determine alignment with the needs of the collection; work together with Advancement staff in donor relations and agreements
  • Oversee the operation and effective use of the library's integrated library system (Voyager), which is shared by the Fenway Library Organization (FLO) consortium; serve on the Board of Directors of FLO
  • Serve as the Conservatory's representative to Boston Area Music Libraries, Massachusetts Library System, and other organizations
  • Coordinate with Building Operations staff on library needs
  • Hire, train, and manage three direct reports: Head of Cataloging and Electronic Resource Management; Head of Public Services; and Archivist/Records Manager
  • Give direction and provide feedback to all library staff (9 FTE); conduct regular performance evaluations of direct reports
  • Set departmental goals and establish work priorities
  • Collaborate with faculty, students, and staff to inform collection strategy and enhance learning technologies
  • Performs other duties as assigned



  • Master's degree in Library Science, or an equivalent, from an ALA-accredited institution required
  • Master's degree in Musicology required; doctoral degree preferred
  • Minimum of five years of management/supervisory experience in a music library setting
  • Thorough knowledge of automated library systems and electronic resources
  • Successful experience in teaching and bibliographic instruction
  • Knowledge of the organization and administration of library archives
  • Effective oral and written communication, presentation, and interpersonal skills
  • Ability to set and balance priorities and manage competing deadlines; have strong analytical and problem-solving skills



  • Discounts at area arts organizations with NEC ID
  • Health benefits including medical, dental, vision; short & long-term disability
  • MBTA Pass Subsidy
  • Paid holidays, vacation, sick and personal time


To view the full position and apply, please visit the following link. 


New England Conservatory is a living laboratory, built on 150 years of innovation, openly pushing the boundaries of making and teaching music. We educate and train musicians of all ages from around the world, drawing on the talent and deep reservoir of experience of our distinguished faculty. We are dedicated to inculcating the highest standards of excellence and nurturing individual artistic sensibility and creative growth. Understanding that music is one of the transcendent expressions of human civilization, NEC aspires to ensure it a central place in contemporary society.


NEC is an Equal Opportunity Employer that recruits and hires qualified candidates without regard to race, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, age, national origin, ancestry, citizenship, disability, or veteran status.


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Engineering Librarian, Northeastern University, Boston, MA

About the Job

The Engineering Librarian leads research and instruction initiatives with the College of Engineering and affiliated labs, centers, and institutes.  You'll work with talented library staff, faculty, and students in shaping teaching and learning support including outreach, course-integration strategies, open workshop programming, online learning, collection development, and research consultation services. Working collaboratively across the library and beyond, you will play a key role designing experiential learning and research opportunities for engineering students utilizing library content, spaces, tools, and services, and partner with Research Data Services and other units to expand support for the research lifecycle, including data management, bibliometrics, and digital repository services.  Assessing impact and engaging with the community to improve the user experience are critical for success.


To the point: Be a collaborative and engaging expert; contribute to a strong team and staff culture; enhance core services; innovate and develop new research and instruction services.  Help us expand the possible!


Why Northeastern?

Join a leading R1 institution committed to intensive research and deep, meaningful educational experiences for students at all levels. Here you'll find a diverse campus community driven by innovative leadership in higher education where experiential learning and deep research are central to the mission.  In this landscape the University Library is a vital partner in learning, teaching, and research, serving a vibrant urban campus and global online community. Unique space planning initiatives, new collaborations with key partners, and a commitment to experiential learning, diversity and inclusion, community engagement, and supporting the research lifecycle shape the library's innovative spirit and strategic directions.


About the Research and Learning Services Division

Research and Learning Services includes Research and Instruction, Information, Delivery, and Access Services (IDEAS); University Archives and Special Collections; and the Digital Media Commons Recording Studios. Research and Instruction is managed collaboratively by the Head of Arts, Social Sciences, and Humanities, the Manager of Global Campus Engagement and Online Learning, and the Head of STEM and Entrepreneurship who report to the Associate Dean for Research and Learning Services. 


About Research and Instruction and the STEM and Entrepreneurship Team

A major focus in Research and Instruction is online learning and the creation of interdisciplinary and discipline-specific learning objects. Other signature initiatives include expanding collaboration with labs, centers, and institutes through research data services, support for systematic reviews and other forms of scholarly communication. Team members are deeply engaged in teaching and learning support and are actively developing partnerships and new modes of support for information, data, and digital literacies. As a member of the STEM and Entrepreneurship Team the Engineering Librarian will contribute in each of these areas, and additionally will help identify intersections between engineering and entrepreneurship, especially in ideation processes that help develop the commercial/business potential of ideas/technology/products. Library support for and collaboration within the entrepreneurship ecosystem is growing in alignment with institutional priorities.



MLS or equivalent degree. At least 3 years of experience working as a research librarian in an

academic research environment, preferably with an Engineering background or supporting

Engineering fields. Excellent communication and interpersonal skills. Strong skills in collaboration to excel within a dynamic, culturally diverse, and constantly evolving environment. Strong service orientation and understanding of user needs. Must be willing to experiment, learn, adapt, and iterate.


To Apply

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