JOB: Librarian for Outreach, Digitization and Electronic Resources, Holy Names University

Come fly with us as we guide this library into the 21st century. The mile-long job title reflects the mind-boggling array of responsibilities you will juggle in a small university library short on resources but long on creativity and commitment to high-quality service.  You will be responsible for designing, executing, and assessing a year-round campus-wide information literacy program for traditional, graduate, adult, and distance students; providing leadership, expertise, effective management, and hands-on maintenance of licensed electronic resources; serving as the primary liaison to database and eBook vendors; developing and maintaining the library’s first institutional repository; overseeing the introduction of electronic theses to our institution; providing oversight for metadata quality for shelf-ready acquisitions; providing traditional and digital reference services to our campus population; join your co-workers in creating and delivering the library’s first faculty liaison program; and participate in planning and delivering the transition from print to digital, and from library to learning commons.

This is a position ideally suited for a librarian with a solid grounding in traditional library services who seeks more responsibility and a wide range of job knowledge.

To: Apply send cover letter, resume and salary history information to  We are planning to fill this position as soon as an ideal, qualified candidate is identified.

Holy Names University translates its mission statement into action by recognizing and affirming the dignity and worth of all peoples in recruiting students, hiring personnel, and in implementing its programs and activities. This is consistent with the commitment of its sponsoring denomination’s social principles.

Holy Names University is an Equal Opportunity Employer