Employment: Collection Management – Tenure Track Librarian, Spokane Community College
Spokane Community College, Library Services seeks qualified candidates for consideration for employment in an annually contracted, tenure track librarian position. The collection management librarian will take the lead in collection development including acquisition, cataloging, access, and evaluation of print and electronic resources. Responsibilities also include managing the SCC Library web presence, overseeing operation of the integrated library system (ILS), and compiling and analyzing usage statistics, and user experience (UX) data in order to ensure that services and programs meet user needs. Public services duties performed by this librarian include information literacy instruction, reference, liaison work, and direct student contact.
This unique opportunity provides the right candidate the opportunity to work with a diverse population (transfer, workforce, adult education, urban, and rural) and grow professionally within a dynamic, student-focused library team and a supportive campus community.
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