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Science Liaison LibrarianPosted by: Columbus State University
Posted date: 2014-Jan-15
Location: Columbus State University
Columbus State University Libraries invites well qualified candidates with energy, initiative, and vision to apply for the position of Science Liaison Librarian.
12-month non-tenure track appointment faculty status and rank; salary based upon qualifications and experience. Excellent benefits program, including health/dental insurance, generous leave policies, professional development opportunities, tuition assistance and retirement options.
Columbus State University, a member of the University System of Georgia, awards associate, bachelors, masters, and doctorate degrees. The institution, with an enrollment of about 8,100 students and a faculty of 301, is located in a community of 250,000 which is situated 100 miles southwest of Atlanta, Georgia. CSU Libraries (Schwob and Music) houses a collection of over 400,000 volumes and has a staff of 24. The Schwob (main) Library maintains a selective Government Documents depository collections and a local history/archives section; it operates an Information Commons and employs a tiered approach to reference service. The Music Library is located at the CSU uptown campus in the Universitys RiverCenter for the Performing Arts. For more information, visit the CSU Libraries website at http://library.columbusstate.edu/.
The successful candidate will join the Information Services Department in providing superior services by providing general and subject-specific instruction and research services using current technologies and information resources in print and electronic formats; cultivating partnerships through active liaison work with faculty and students by promoting library services and resources in the following subject areas: Biology, Chemistry, Health Sciences, Environmental Sciences, Mathematics, Geology and Nursing; working some night and weekend hours in the Information Commons; participating in library supported professional development activities and community service; and promoting user education by conducting bibliographic instruction sessions and teaching an information literacy credit course.