Wednesday, August 25, 2004

Instruction Librarian Position at Central Michigan University. I don't normally blog job ads but this one is for an instruction librarian at my library in my department. CMU has an active instruction program with a credit bearing course. This would be a good job for any librarian interested in coordinating an instruction program.

From the site:

Instruction Librarian - Reference Services Department (Tenure-track): Central Michigan University Libraries seeks a qualified, team-oriented applicant to fill a position in its Reference Services Department. This is a faculty position requiring an MLS or equivalent from an ALA accredited program, evidence of potential for earning tenure/promotion as a library faculty member, and excellent communication skills. This position includes some weekend and evening hours.

Works collaboratively and provides leadership for an active and established library instruction program. Principal responsibilities include coordinating research-skills courses, course-related bibliographic instruction, and Web-based tutorials; collaboration with librarians and academic faculty to develop and maintain technology-based instruction. Initiates outreach activities to promote library services.

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