Position: Science Librarian
Deadline: Review of applications begins May 18, 2007 and continues until the position is filled.
K-State Libraries ( www.lib.ksu.edu) is accepting applications for a Science Librarian, welcoming entry level and experienced librarians to apply. Candidates may include academic coursework or science/technology related experiences to demonstrate their qualifications for the following requirements. Appointment will be made to Assistant or Associate Professor according to qualifications and level of experience.
This position assists in the development, delivery, and promotion of digital content and services in science and technology. The position strengthens digital initiatives through partnerships in collaborative projects, research teams, and grant activities related to bioscience and technology initiatives that are increasingly interdisciplinary. This position also serves as the reference, collection and instruction liaison to selected bioscience or engineering academic departments and provides leadership in the planning, development and coordination of library services to these departments.
Core Position Duties
MLS from ALA accredited institution or foreign equivalent
Personal Attributes Necessary to Succeed
Salary and academic rank for this position will be commensurate with experience. Minimum starting salary is $43,000 yr. Review of applications begins May 18, 2007 and continues until the position is filled. A curriculum vitae, contact information for three references, and cover letter explaining your interest and qualifications should be e-mailed to firstname.lastname@example.org attention Peggy Goe. Indicate JOB SL407 in the subject line. Please identify relationship with references. Faculty, co-workers or others familiar with your work are acceptable, but current or former supervisors preferred.
About Kansas State
Kansas State University was founded February 16, 1863, as the first land grant university in the nation created under the Morrill Act of 1862. The university holds a proud tradition based on Agriculture, Engineering, and the Sciences. K-State offers more than 250 undergraduate majors, 113 graduate majors (including masters and doctoral programs), and 16 certificates (3 undergraduate and 13 graduate). Over 23,000 students are enrolled at K-State, with approximately 1,200 faculty members and 4,700 staff.
Kansas State University is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer strongly committed to diversity. We value qualified candidates who can bring to our community a variety of backgrounds and experiences.