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Serials/Electronic Resource Librarian opening--Univ. of Denver -- Dennis Goodyear Stephen Clark 10 Apr 2002 14:32 UTC

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     Subject: Serials/Electronic Resource Librarian opening--Univ. of
        Date: Wed, 10 Apr 2002 08:24:12 -0600
        From: Dennis Goodyear <dgoodyea@DU.EDU>
Organization: University of Denver


The University of Denver’s Penrose Library seeks a motivated and
progressive professional to assume responsibility for managing the
ongoing cataloging and processing activities of its serials unit.Penrose
Library houses 2.8 million volumes of material in its main and music
libraries.The Library fulfills its mission with a faculty of 16
professional librarians and 41 FTE. The library is a founding member of
the Colorado Alliance of Research Libraries, a partnership of 11
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RESPONSIBILITIES: Catalog and maintain serials in electronic, print, and
microform formats using OCLC and the Innopac/Millennium system;
supervise 4.5 FTE; develop cataloging policies and procedures;
coordinate electronic licensing; and serve as facilitator of the Serials

REQUIRED QUALIFICATIONS: MLS; two years professional cataloging
experience with strong knowledge of serials operations; one year
supervisory experience; current awareness of new trends and emerging
technologies in serials cataloging and access; working knowledge of
AACR2, USMARC, LCSH, LC classification, OCLC and CONSER standards;
excellent communication and interpersonal skills; strong analytic and
problem solving skills; ability to work in a team environment;
flexibility in response to changing circumstances. Participation in
professional and scholarly activities is expected.

PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS: Working knowledge of one or more foreign
languages; experience with an automated serials module; basic knowledge
of metadata standards (e.g. Dublin Core) and mark-up languages (e.g.

SALARY, RANK, BENEFITS: Low to mid-$40s. Faculty status, non-tenure
track appointment.Generous benefits package including TIAA-CREF; 22
vacation days.

GENERAL INFORMATION: The University of Denver, founded in 1864, enrolls
approximately 9,300 students in its undergraduate, graduate and
professional programs.It is in the midst of a $350 million campus
improvement program. The university is situated in a residential
neighborhood of Denver, a vibrant and diverse city situated at the foot
of the Rocky Mountains.The city has a robust economy anchored by
tourism, high technology, and telecommunications.It boasts an array of
cultural attractions, has many fine restaurants, great shopping, and a
lively nightlife.Denver is the gateway to the playgrounds of the
mountains with recreational activities in abundance all year round.The
climate is temperate and healthful, with little humidity and lots of

APPLICATIONS: Send letter of application, resume, and names, addresses,
telephone numbers, and e-mail addresses of 3 current references to:

Toni Miller

Office of the Dean

Penrose Library

University of Denver

2150 E. Evans Ave.

                          Denver, CO 80208-2007

fax: (303) 871-2290

Review of applications will begin May 31, 2002, and continue until the
position is filled.

For additional information about the university and Penrose Library,

 The University of Denver is committed to enhancing the diversity of its
  Faculty and Staff and encourages applications from women, minorities,
                 people with disabilities, and veterans.