Are you passionate about student learning? Are you enthusiastic about the role of librarians as partners in higher education? Are you committed to working in a collaborative environment grounded in shared leadership? The University Library at the Jean and Charles Schulz Information Center is looking for an Instruction and Learning Assessment Librarian to provide guidance for developing and assessing the library’s information literacy program.
Sonoma State University is embarking on an exciting time of renewal and transformation, under the leadership of a new President and executive cabinet, as well as a new Library Dean. We are focused on building a strong library faculty, and are looking for a candidate who is flexible, responsive, and creative, and who bring strong analytical and strategic thinking skills to the library.
The University Library is a student-focused library that thrives on innovation and creativity. The successful candidate will bring a student-focused approach to teaching and learning, will work across the campus to build relationships and promote information literacy, and will work closely with colleagues to integrate information literacy into the fabric of the university library.
This position requires an ALA-accredited MLS/MLIS/MIS degree, at least three years experience in an academic library, and experience with instruction in a primarily undergraduate environment.
For a complete job description, application information, and more information about the University Library, please visit library.sonoma.edu/about/jobs.
Review of applications starts December 6, 2016. Anticipated start date: January 2017.
Sonoma State is an affirmative action, equal opportunity employer.
Salary range: $58,968 – $63,000