Are you ready to make an impact on changing the lives or our students? Seminole State College of Florida has a great opportunity to join our growing team of diverse faculty and staff as an Associate Librarian, Research & Instruction.
This position rovides professional library services with emphasis on reference and instruction, under the direction of the Director, College Libraries. Working in a team environment, provides leadership for library services, and direction in the planning, implementation, and evaluation of the library's information literacy instruction program. Creates instructional and training materials in print, multimedia and interactive formats. Works collaboratively with other academic support services staff across the campus to develop programs and initiatives for the college community.
What do we offer?
In addition to being a part of a dynamic, diverse, and supportive learning community, employees at Seminole State receive competitive compensation and a robust total rewards package including:
Ready to join our team of talented faculty and staff and Go State…Go Far?
Visit our website at https://www.seminolestate.edu/hr/jobs and complete the online application prior to 11:59 pm on May 24, 2021. Do not forget to submit all required documentation, including resume, cover letter and optional letters of recommendation.
1. Master's degree in Library/information science from an American Library Association accredited institution.
2. Thorough working knowledge of Library services and standard procedures; some experience with reference services in academic Library.
3. Experience with online and automated systems, networked environments, electronic information sources, database research, and the Internet).
1. Master of one or more fields of academic Library specialization.
2. Experience with college libraries and information literacy instruction.
Physical address where the job position is located.
REQUIRED DOCUMENTS (To ensure full consideration all of the following documents must be attached to the application):