This position will work closely with the College’s Instructional Technology Department to support online learning initiatives.
Collaboratively develop, coordinate, provide, and report on online and in-person instructional services that meet Association of College and Research Libraries (ACRL) information literacy competencies for higher education as outlined in the ACRL Information Literacy Framework.
Teach online and/or face-to-face LIS credit courses if/when opportunity arises.
Develop and maintain professional relationships with faculty, staff, and administrators that are conducive to the continuous improvement of Library and lLarning Commons (LLC) instructional programs.
Provide effective instructional support for the use of the LLC by all members of the College community.
Provide online and in-person Reference Services, as assigned and prepare bibliographies, reports, etc.
Assist in the development and provision of innovative, effective, up-to-date LLC services.
Collaboratively develop and provide engaging programming and displays.
Collaboratively assist in the formulation of policies and procedures for selection, deselection, acceptance and disposition of subscriptions, acquisitions, and gift materials for the LLC collections.
Review requests for acquisition of materials and evaluate, select, acquire, organize, and maintain a collection of resource materials to support the College curriculum.
Gather, evaluate and report information resource usage data for decision making.
Participate in campus, college-wide, and external professional meetings.
Plan, conduct, and evaluate training opportunities for members of the LLC and College community.
Maintain expertise in assigned areas by participating in the activities of professional organizations, and keeping current in professional literature and research.
Other Common Duties and Responsibilities:
The general responsibilities and duties of College faculty members are outlined in the FSCJ Faculty Handbook. Assist in development of budget expenditures, LLC policies and procedures, as well as maintain and report statistical data, records and inventories.
Provide leadership in support of LLC campus operations and assist in developing and meeting LLC goals and objectives.
Maintain assigned work schedule including office hours for consultation.
Librarians may be assigned district-wide LLC responsibilities that include performing in a team leadership role to collaboratively plan, coordinate, implement, assess and report LLC activities such as: Assessment, Collection Development, Digital Services, Library Instruction, LLC Outreach and Engagement.
Masters degree in Library Science/Studies or Information Science or a masters degree with at least 18 graduate semester hours in any combination of Library Science and Information Science
Physical address where the job position is located.
Interested candidates must submit a Florida State College at Jacksonville online application and attach unofficial copies of student transcripts at https://jobs.fscj.edu