Librarian – Full-time Limited Term MacEwan University Library

MacEwan University inspires students through a powerful combination of academic excellence and personal learning experiences. Located in culturally enriched, downtown Edmonton, our comprehensive undergraduate university offers over 65 programs to 19,000 full- and part-time students. With a dedication to teaching excellence informed by scholarly research and creative activity, MacEwan provides an exceptional collaborative and supportive learning environment with a commitment to environmental sustainability and opportunities for community engagement. In support of faculty professional development, unique and enhanced services are provided through the Centre for the Advancement of Faculty Excellence (CAFÉ).

MacEwan University Library invites applications for a full-time limited term librarian for a term extending to June 30, 2020.  This position based at the John L. Haar Library (City Centre Campus) will commence late August. Serving a diverse community of learners, the ideal candidate will be public service oriented, proactive, and collaborative, with a genuine interest in and commitment to student learning. A member of a dynamic team of professionals, the incumbent will participate in the development and delivery of services including reference, information literacy instruction, faculty liaison, and collection development. The successful candidate will be a member of an instructional team that delivers information literacy programming to first year English classes.

The successful applicant will engage in outreach, building relationships with faculty members and the more than 3,300 full-time students, including over 400 international students in the School of Business. This position is responsible for delivering library liaison services to a variety of program areas including those in the Department of Decision Sciences and the Department of International Business, Marketing, Strategy and Law. The incumbent will have an opportunity to serve on Library and University committees, engage in professional development and scholarly activities, and participate in various projects and initiatives that advance the Library’s vision and mission.

Qualifications

  • Master’s degree in library/information science from an ALA accredited program is required
  • Postsecondary education or library experience in the areas of business, commerce, or marketing is considered an asset
  • Minimum of one year of professional experience preferably in an academic library providing services including faculty liaison, information literacy instruction, and collection development
  • Ability to work collegially and collaboratively in a team environment
  • Effective interpersonal, verbal and written communication skills
  • Strong presentation and teaching skills
  • Experience with learning management systems and other online instruction delivery modes

Benefits

When you become part of the MacEwan team, you will enjoy a competitive salary. Our total compensation package includes:

•    Competitive base pay
•    Generous vacation time
•    Secure pension plan
•    Excellent benefits package
•    Effective recognition and retention programs
•    Continuous learning culture
•    Opportunities for career growth

How to Apply:

Applicants should submit a letter of application along with a curriculum vitae.

Only applications received electronically will be considered.  To apply, go to http://www.macewan.ca/careers and select the job posting.

Thank you for your interest in employment with MacEwan University. We will be reviewing all applications to select the candidates whose qualifications and experience most closely meet our needs. Only applicants selected for interviews will be contacted.

For general inquiries, please contact us at careers@macewan.ca.

This position is included under the Faculty Association collective agreement.

Category:                    Full-time Limited Term

Salary:                         Commensurate with education and experience

Closing Date:              Monday, July 2, 2018

Competition No:          18.06.131

Personal Information Collection Notification (FOIP)

Applicant personal information is collected under s.33(c) of the Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act, for the purpose of recruitment at MacEwan University. Questions concerning this collection should be directed to the: Information Management and Privacy Coordinator, MacEwan University, 10700 – 104 Avenue, Edmonton, AB T5J 4S2; tel.: 780.497.5423.

 

 

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Western Association of Map Libraries Diversity Scholarship

Diversity Scholarship description and eligibility:
The WAML Diversity Scholarship provides an opportunity for library-workers from historically under-represented racial, social, and/or class groups who are interested in map and geospatial librarianship to learn more about the profession, meet colleagues, and add new skills and knowledge. As an organization we believe that it is critical for our profession to reflect on and engage with the cultural and structural biases that are inherent to map and geospatial librarianship, and thus are actively recruiting people who may contribute an alternative perspective and experience.
The goals of this scholarship are to increase WAML’s efforts towards being a more inclusive organization and to support the professional development of library-workers from diverse backgrounds. People engaged in any aspect of libraries, both librarians and non-librarians, are encouraged to apply for the Diversity Scholarship. It is not necessary to already be working in a map, geospatial, or GIS library field. Applicants need not be current WAML members.

For more information go to the website http://www.waml.org/mbrinfo.html#Scholarships

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University of New Brunswick Libraries – Entrepreneurship Librarian

UNB Libraries is seeking a dynamic and innovative Entrepreneurship Librarian for a new tenure-track position to be based on the Fredericton campus. The Librarian will work in a highly collaborative, cross-disciplinary environment to develop, promote and deliver research and information services across Faculties, working with research and administration units and a diverse community of university stakeholders in the areas of entrepreneurship and innovation.

Find out more from this link: http://www.unb.ca/hr/_resources/php/print-academic-posting.php?theid=YZ2nqg

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Collections Analysis Librarian – Dalhousie University Libraries

Search #3131

Possessing energy, vision, a strong service ethic, and the capacity to thrive in the future-oriented environment of a world-class research institution, the Collections Analysis Librarian will support research, teaching, and learning by providing guidance for faculty, students, and staff in matters relating to library collections, in collaboration with the members of the Resources team and others in the Dalhousie Libraries. The Dal Libraries play a critical role in the stewardship of research resources that support scholarship, knowledge transfer, and innovation. This career-stream position is appointed through the Sexton Design & Technology Library and reports to the Associate University Librarian Resources & Discovery and Head, Sexton Library.

Dalhousie University sits on the ancestral and unceded territory of the Mi’kmaq. The Dalhousie Libraries system includes: the Killam Memorial Library (Arts and Social Sciences, Science, Management, and Computer Science), the W.K. Kellogg Health Sciences Library (Medicine, Dentistry and Health), the Sexton Design & Technology Library (Engineering, Architecture and Planning), the MacRae Library (Agriculture), the Sir James Dunn Law Library — which is an integral part of the Dalhousie Libraries but reports directly to the Dean of Law — and the University Archives, located in the Killam Library, and the Agricultural Campus Archives, Special Collections and Museum holdings, located in the MacRae Library.  As a cohesive library system with a team comprising 30 professional librarians and 90 staff, we celebrate the unique discipline-based needs of our users and support their shared goals to achieve excellence in teaching, learning, and research.

The Dalhousie Libraries are members of Novanet, a consortium of Nova Scotia academic libraries sharing a common library management system, the Council of Atlantic University Libraries (CAUL), the Canadian Association of Research Libraries (CARL), The Canadian Research Knowledge Network (CRKN), and a range of scholarly communications initiatives including the Scholarly Publishing and Academic Resources Coalition (SPARC), Coalition for Networked Information (CNI), and ORCID-CA. Additional information is available at http://libraries.dal.ca, http://www.novanet.ns.cahttp://caul-cbua.ca/, and http://carl-abrc.ca.

Summary of Position:

The Collections Analysis Librarian supports the provision, assessment, and integration of library collections underpinning the university’s instructional and research programs. This position will provide evidence to support collections management decisions, and actively anticipate and communicate trends in research collections to the Dal Libraries’ community. The successful candidate will work closely with the Resources Management Librarian, the Resources team of managers and staff, and subject specialists across the system. This position is also responsible to deliver liaison librarian services including instruction, reference and research support, and collections development for the Faculties of Engineering and Architecture and Planning.

Collections Analysis (system-wide):

  • Analyze and report on data and trends regarding collection growth, usage, material costs, expenditures, etc. to inform decisions regarding the Libraries’ collections, to project budgetary needs, to develop collection strategies, and to inform stakeholders of the value of library collections.
  • Assist in the evaluation of collections and collections-related systems in relation to the Libraries’ strategic and operational goals and the expectations of the university community.
  • Work with liaison librarians and other staff members to assess the adequacy of library collections and services in support of external reviews or accreditations of academic programs and proposals of new programs, majors, minors, and certificates.
  • Evaluate potential new collections for quality of content, navigability, and capabilities for integration into delivery systems currently in place.
  • Maintain a high level of awareness about new collection models and emerging technologies for collection delivery in an increasingly mobile environment.
  • Work with the AUL Resources & Discovery, the Resources Management Librarian, and key personnel in licensing and negotiation for electronic resources.
  • Disseminate information about new or retiring collections to library staff and library clientele.
  • Contribute to Dal Libraries’ strategic initiatives through participation in various projects and committees, such as scholarly communication, research data management, digital scholarship, and instruction.
  • Actively contribute to local, consortial, regional, and national collections initiatives.
  • Participate in fundraising, gifts, and stewardship efforts related to collection development.

Subject Liaison:

  • Develop collaborative relationships with the Faculties of Engineering and Architecture and Planning to support their teaching and research needs.
  • Develop collections and information resources in specific subject areas relevant to the Faculties of Engineering and Architecture and Planning.
  • Develop and deliver information literacy content relevant to various levels of learners via a range of styles and modes, both in class and online.
  • Provide information and reference service including research consultations to students, faculty, and researchers onsite and remotely.
  • Maintain a superior knowledge of academic information sources relevant to the assigned subject areas.
  • Contribute to librarianship by carrying out professional research and/or scholarly work.

Required Qualifications:

  • Graduate degree from an ALA accredited library/information sciences program.
  • Demonstrated commitment to public services and ability to work collegially.
  • Ability to travel between the Dalhousie campuses based on the demands of the system-wide role.
  • Excellent oral and written communication skills. Oral and written fluency in English is required.

Preferred Qualifications:

  • Education or work experience in collections analysis and development.
  • Education or work experience in Engineering, Architecture and Planning, and a thorough knowledge of relevant databases and resources.
  • 1–2 years of relevant experience in an academic, special, or research library.
  • Record of flexibility and ability to work both independently and collaboratively in a rapidly changing, interdisciplinary environment, and possessing a high tolerance for ambiguity.
  • Demonstrated initiative and strong leadership skills, with a willingness to share expertise, work in teams, and negotiate solutions with diverse groups.
  • Proven ability to manage projects and to handle multiple priorities and tasks.
  • Interest in and capacity for conducting research. Established research portfolio an asset.
  • Strong analytical and creative problem-solving skills.

Salary and Benefits:

Rank and salary are dependent upon qualifications and experience, and subject to the terms of the Dalhousie Faculty Association Collective Agreement.  The position will not be filled at a rank higher than Librarian II.

Availability of the Position:

The position has a proposed starting date of July 1, 2018.

Deadline for applications: April 6th, 2018, 4:00 p.m. ADT

Please provide a letter of interest (addressed to Donna Bourne-Tyson, University Librarian), curriculum vitae, the names of three references, and a completed Self-Identification Questionnaire (available at http://www.dal.ca/becounted/selfid), in care of:

Janice Slauenwhite, Manager, Financial & Physical Resources
Dalhousie University Libraries, Office of the University Librarian
6225 University Avenue
Halifax, NS B3H 4H8

Electronic submissions (Word or PDF) are strongly encouraged and can be sent to: dallibhr@dal.ca

Dalhousie University is committed to fostering a collegial culture grounded in diversity and inclusiveness. The University encourages applications from Aboriginal people, persons with a disability, racially visible persons, women, persons of minority sexual orientations and gender identities, and all candidates who would contribute to the diversity of our community.

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Indigenous Services Librarian – Dalhousie University Libraries

Search # 3159

Possessing energy, vision, a strong service ethic, and the capacity to thrive in the future-oriented environment of a world-class research institution, the Indigenous Services Librarian will support research, teaching, and learning by providing guidance for faculty, students and staff in matters relating to Indigenous library services, in collaboration with the members of the Library Services team and others in the Dalhousie Libraries. The Dalhousie Libraries are committed to the delivery of an exceptional academic experience for Indigenous and non-Indigenous learners, which draws upon the expertise of Indigenous scholars and community members alike.  The Dal Libraries play a critical role in the stewardship of research resources that support scholarship, knowledge transfer, and innovation. This career-stream position is appointed through the MacRae Library and reports to the Associate University Librarian, Library Services and Head, MacRae Library.

Dalhousie University is committed to fostering a collegial culture grounded in diversity and inclusiveness. In keeping with the principles of employment equity, Dalhousie aims to correct historic underrepresentation. In that spirit, and in keeping with the nature of this position, the position is restricted to candidates who self-identify as Indigenous. All such candidates are encouraged to apply; however, Canadians and permanent residents will be given priority.

Dalhousie University sits on the ancestral and unceded territory of the Mi’kmaq. The Dalhousie Libraries system includes: the Killam Memorial Library (Arts and Social Sciences, Science, Management, and Computer Science), the W.K. Kellogg Health Sciences Library (Medicine, Dentistry and Health), the Sexton Design & Technology Library (Engineering, Architecture and Planning), the MacRae Library (Agriculture), the Sir James Dunn Law Library — which is an integral part of the Dalhousie Libraries but reports directly to the Dean of Law — and the University Archives, located in the Killam Library, and the Agricultural Campus Archives, Special Collections and Museum holdings, located in the MacRae Library.  As a cohesive library system with a team comprising 30 professional librarians and 90 staff, we celebrate the unique discipline-based needs of our users and support their shared goals to achieve excellence in teaching, learning, and research.

The Dalhousie Libraries are members of Novanet, a consortium of Nova Scotia academic libraries sharing a common library management system, the Council of Atlantic University Libraries (CAUL), the Canadian Association of Research Libraries (CARL), The Canadian Research Knowledge Network (CRKN), and a range of scholarly communications initiatives including the Scholarly Publishing and Academic Resources Coalition (SPARC), Coalition for Networked Information (CNI), and ORCID-CA. Additional information is available at http://libraries.dal.ca, http://www.novanet.ns.cahttp://caul-cbua.ca/, and http://carl-abrc.ca.

Summary of Position:

The Indigenous Services Librarian works closely with Indigenous and non-Indigenous faculty, researchers, staff, and students to support learning and research on Indigenous topics in all disciplines. They provide individual consultations, offer workshops and presentations, and serve as a resource on national policy and best practice.  In addition to providing Indigenous liaison librarian services, this position is also responsible to deliver liaison librarian services including instruction, reference and research support and collections development for Indigenous Studies and subject areas supporting programs in the Faculty of Agriculture. The Indigenous Services Librarian will have offices in both Truro and Halifax, providing services to students, faculty, and staff throughout Dalhousie University.

Indigenous Services (System-wide):

  • Models best practices in Canadian Indigenous library service provision, develops collections in Indigenous knowledge and topics, supports Indigenous research methodologies, and supports related Dal Libraries services and other research related activities.
  • Coordinates reference support, programming, and other services to users of Dalhousie’s National Centre for Truth & Reconciliation Hub, arranges staff training, and is the primary liaison with archivists and staff of the NCTR.
  • Facilitates cross-disciplinary and collaborative research, education and outreach building on Indigenous knowledge, cultures, traditions, and experience developed among and in partnership with First Nations, Inuit and Métis peoples in Canada.
  • Advises faculty, students, and staff on Indigenous intellectual property and copyright issues, in conjunction with the Dal Libraries Copyright Office.
  • Works with the Dal Libraries Resources Team in the adoption of descriptive systems based in Indigenous Knowledge Organization.
  • Coordinates programming related to the Gord Downie & Chanie Wenjack Legacy Room in the Killam Memorial Library.
  • Liaises with the local communities, Indigenous Advisory Council, and the Dalhousie Elders to ensure programming and initiatives honour the traditions of Indigenous peoples and supports the university’s Indigenous strategy.

Subject Liaison:

  • Develop collaborative relationships with faculties at Dalhousie to support their teaching and research needs related to Indigenous scholarly content and information services.
  • Develop collections and information resources in Indigenous Studies and in subject areas supporting the Faculty of Agriculture, and other faculties as assigned.
  • Develop and deliver information literacy instruction relevant to various levels of learners via a range of styles and modes, both in class and online.
  • Provide information and reference service including research consultations to students, faculty, and researchers onsite and remotely.
  • Maintain a superior knowledge of academic information sources relevant to the assigned subject areas.
  • Contribute to librarianship by carrying out professional research and/or scholarly work.

Required Qualifications:

  • Graduate degree from an ALA accredited library/information sciences program.
  • Demonstrated understanding of the experience of Indigenous peoples and communities and experience working with Indigenous people and communities.
  • Demonstrated commitment to public services and ability to work collegially.
  • A valid driver’s license and the ability to travel between the Dalhousie campuses, particularly between Truro and Halifax, based on the demands of the system-wide role.
  • Excellent oral and written communication skills. Oral and written fluency in English.

Preferred Qualifications:

  • In-depth reference and teaching experience using Indigenous academic library resources.
  • Education or work experience in Indigenous Studies, Agriculture, Business, Social Sciences, or Life Sciences and a thorough knowledge of relevant databases and resources.
  • 1–2 years of relevant experience in an academic, special, or research library.
  • Record of flexibility and ability to work both independently and collaboratively in a rapidly changing, interdisciplinary environment, and possessing a high tolerance for ambiguity.
  • Demonstrated initiative and strong leadership skills, with a willingness to share expertise, work in teams, and negotiate solutions with diverse groups.
  • Proven ability to manage projects and to handle multiple priorities and tasks.
  • Interest in and capacity for conducting research. Established research portfolio an asset.
  • Strong analytical and creative problem-solving skills.
  • Working knowledge of the Mi’kmaw language an asset.

Salary and Benefits:

Rank and salary are dependent upon qualifications and experience, and subject to the terms of the Dalhousie Faculty Association Collective Agreement. The position will not be filled at a rank higher than Librarian II.

Availability of the Position:

The position has a proposed starting date of July 1, 2018.

Deadline for applications: April 6th, 2018, 4:00 p.m. ADT

Please provide a letter of interest (addressed to Donna Bourne-Tyson, University Librarian), curriculum vitae, the names of three references, and a completed Self-Identification Questionnaire (available at www.dal.ca/becounted/selfid) in care of:

Janice Slauenwhite, Manager, Financial & Physical Resources
Dalhousie University Libraries, Office of the University Librarian
6225 University Avenue
Halifax, NS B3H 4H8

Electronic submissions (Word or PDF) are strongly encouraged and can be sent to: dallibhr@dal.ca

 

 

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Scholarly Communications Librarian – Dalhousie University Libraries

Search #3130

Possessing energy, vision, a strong service ethic, and the capacity to thrive in the future-oriented environment of a world-class research institution, the Scholarly Communications Librarian will support research, teaching, and learning by providing scholarly communications services, in collaboration with the members of the Scholarly Communications team and others in the Dalhousie Libraries. The Dalhousie Libraries play a critical role in the stewardship of research resources that support scholarship, knowledge transfer, and innovation. This career-stream position is appointed through the W.K. Kellogg Health Sciences Library and reports to the Associate University Librarian Scholarly Communications and Head, Kellogg Library.

Dalhousie University sits on the ancestral and unceded territory of the Mi’kmaq. The Dalhousie Libraries system includes: the Killam Memorial Library (Arts and Social Sciences, Science, Management, and Computer Science), the W.K. Kellogg Health Sciences Library (Medicine, Dentistry and Health), the Sexton Design & Technology Library (Engineering, Architecture and Planning), the MacRae Library (Agriculture), the Sir James Dunn Law Library — which is an integral part of the Dalhousie Libraries but reports directly to the Dean of Law — and the University Archives, located in the Killam Library, and the Agricultural Campus Archives, Special Collections and Museum holdings, located in the MacRae Library.  As a cohesive library system with a team comprising 30 professional librarians and 90 staff, we celebrate the unique discipline-based needs of our users and support their shared goals to achieve excellence in teaching, learning, and research.

The Dalhousie Libraries are members of Novanet, a consortium of Nova Scotia academic libraries sharing a common library management system, the Council of Atlantic University Libraries (CAUL), the Canadian Association of Research Libraries (CARL), The Canadian Research Knowledge Network (CRKN), and a range of scholarly communications initiatives including the Scholarly Publishing and Academic Resources Coalition (SPARC), Coalition for Networked Information (CNI), and ORCID-CA. Additional information is available at http://libraries.dal.ca, http://www.novanet.ns.cahttp://caul-cbua.ca/, and http://carl-abrc.ca.

Summary of Position:

The Scholarly Communications Librarian will work collaboratively with colleagues in Digital Scholarship, Digital Humanities, Copyright and other partners across the campus and the Dalhousie Libraries system to plan, implement, and promote scholarly communications services. Initiatives include increasing campus awareness of Open Access scholarly publishing issues such as author rights, Creative Commons licensing, open scholarship, data management, preservation, Open Access funding mandates, and Open Educational Resources. The position will support the Dalhousie community in discovering, tracking, and communicating the impact of research, educational, and creative works in an increasingly open publishing environment. This includes the use of a citation metrics, altmetrics, and other methods relevant to works across disciplinary areas to help authors determine the impact of their work. Participation in system-wide initiatives, digital literacy programming, and training related to online identity management are part of this position. This position is also responsible for delivering liaison librarian services for the Department of Nursing, and in the sciences or languages depending on education and experience.

Scholarly Communications (System-wide):

  • Assess the scholarly communication awareness and needs of students, faculty, and staff at Dalhousie and identify ways to meet these needs.
  • Discover, devise, market, and assess strategies for involving the University community in both understanding and participating in Open Access publishing and Open Educational Resources.
  • Coordinate bibliometric activities related to research impact including outreach, training, education, and promotion.
  • Maintain currency with tools, methodologies and best practices for monitoring and increasing scholarly activity and researchers’ impact.
  • Inform the university community of changes in scholarly communication, and ways in which the university community can contribute to new and evolving methods for distribution of research results.
  • Consult with faculty, students, and staff on building and maintaining researcher profiles through ORCID and other similar tools.
  • Work collaboratively with the Research Data Management Librarian (RDM Librarian) to promote and advance RDM activities and uptake across campus.
  • Support the development of librarian and library staff knowledge and understanding of scholarly communication issues.
  • Work collaboratively with colleagues, including the Copyright Coordinator, Digital Scholarship Librarian, Digital Humanities Librarian, Research Office, and others to advance open scholarship awareness and activity on campus.
  • Assist faculty, students, and staff to understand rights to authored content, in conjunction with the Dalhousie Libraries Copyright Office and liaison librarians.

Subject Liaison:

  • Develop collaborative relationships with the Department of Nursing to support their teaching and research needs.
  • Develop collections in specific subject areas in the sciences or languages, depending on education and experience.
  • Develop and deliver information literacy content relevant to various levels of learners via a range of styles and modes, both in class and online.
  • Provide information and reference services including research consultations and assistance with literature searches to support the development of evidence synthesis projects and evidence-based health care initiatives.
  • Maintain a superior knowledge of various databases used to investigate topics in the health professions and other liaison areas as assigned.
  • Contribute to librarianship by carrying out professional research and/or scholarly work.

Required Qualifications:

  • Graduate degree from an ALA accredited Library / information sciences program.
  • Ability to travel between the Dalhousie campuses as required based on the demands of the system-wide role.
  • Demonstrated commitment to public services and ability to work collegially.
  • Excellent oral and written communication skills. Oral and written fluency in English.

Preferred Qualifications:

  • Education or experience in a broad range of scholarly communications topics.
  • Experience with research impact metrics documentation and analysis methods, and use of software such as SciVal.
  • Education or work experience in research data management.
  • Education or work experience in one of the health fields and a thorough knowledge of health sciences databases and resources, and in the sciences or languages.
  • 1–2 years relevant experience in an academic, special, or research library.
  • Record of flexibility and ability to work both independently and collaboratively in a rapidly changing interdisciplinary environment, and possessing a high tolerance for ambiguity.
  • Demonstrated initiative and strong leadership skills, with a willingness to share expertise, work in teams, and negotiate solutions with diverse groups.
  • Proven ability to manage projects and to handle multiple priorities and tasks.
  • Interest in and capacity for conducting research. Established research portfolio an asset.
  • Strong analytical and creative problem-solving skills.

Salary and Benefits:

Rank and salary are dependent upon qualifications and experience, and subject to the terms of the Dalhousie Faculty Association Collective Agreement. The position will not be filled at a rank higher than Librarian II.

Availability of the Position:

The position has a proposed starting date of July 1, 2018.

Deadline for applications: April 6th, 2018, 4:00 p.m. ADT

Please provide a letter of interest (addressed to Donna Bourne-Tyson, University Librarian), curriculum vitae, the names of three references, and a completed Self-Identification Questionnaire (available at www.dal.ca/becounted/selfid) in care of:

Janice Slauenwhite, Manager, Financial & Physical Resources
Dalhousie University Libraries, Office of the University Librarian
6225 University Avenue
Halifax, NS B3H 4H8

Electronic submissions (Word or PDF) are strongly encouraged and can be sent to: dallibhr@dal.ca

Dalhousie University is committed to fostering a collegial culture grounded in diversity and inclusiveness. The University encourages applications from Aboriginal people, persons with a disability, racially visible persons, women, persons of minority sexual orientations and gender identities, and all candidates who would contribute to the diversity of our community.

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Data and Digital Services Librarian – Mount Allison University Libraries and Archives

The Mount Allision University Libraries and Archives invites applications for Data and Digital Services Librarian. This is a full time, tenure track position.

See the complete ad at:  http://www.mta.ca/uploadedFiles/Community/Administrative_departments/Human_Resources/Employment_opportunities/Academic_full-time/ad(12).pdf

Review of applications will begin March 16 and continue until the position is filled.

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