Employment: Assistant Professor/Web and Discovery Librarian, Southern Oregon University

A photo of the front entrance of Hannon Library at Southern Oregon University during the day.

Employment: Assistant Professor/Web and Discovery Librarian, Southern Oregon University

The Hannon Library at Southern Oregon University (SOU) is seeking candidates for a full-time, nine-month, tenure-track, Web and Discovery Librarian. This position will develop and manage the Hannon Library website, the ExLibris Primo discovery layer, LibGuides, and other library web platforms. An essential aspect of this position is a commitment to improving the web interface and enhancing student success through solid usability, accessibility, and information architecture practices.

In alignment with academic background and library need, this librarian will be assigned subject liaison areas. In this role, the librarian will provide faculty-requested instruction sessions, create research support guides and tutorials, and serve as collection coordinator for these disciplines.

Other major responsibilities include providing research guidance at the Research Help Desk, via email, and in one-on-one consultations. The librarian will also participate in library committees and team-based projects. The librarian will be expected to participate in service and scholarly activities commensurate with faculty rank.

The start date is January 4, 2021 and the position will be open until filled with priority deadline of September 30, 2020.

Learn more about this position on the Southern Oregon University website here: https://jobs.sou.edu/postings/8541

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