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Job Posting: Access and Outreach Services Librarian Vernell Ward 07 Aug 2007 13:50 UTC

Access and Outreach Services Librarian, Oklahoma Baptist University,
Mabee Learning Center
Supervision received: Dean of Library Services
Supervision given: Library student workers
Purpose: Provide leadership to plan, deliver, and assess access and
outreach services to meet the information needs of the university
community both on and off campus. Work with the librarians and staff of
the Mabee Learning Center in professional development, campus service,
library planning, and university-wide library initiatives.
Essential functions: Oversees and manages all aspects of policy
generation for interlibrary loan services.
Knows and recommends all current uses of OCLC, ARIEL, INGENTA,
TRANS-AMIGOS for interlibrary loan and courier services.
Pursues, recommends and implements innovative access services, document
delivery and interlibrary cooperation plans of all kinds and
descriptions in conjunction with the Dean of Library Services.
Supervises the work of the Access and Outreach Services student
workers; Develop and implement a promotion and marketing strategy for
library services; Assist liaison librarians in promoting library
services for all academic disciplines.
Explore developments and models for outreach library services (local,
regional and national) and make recommendations on the direction of the
Other duties: Serves as a reference librarian in the Mabee Learning
Center an average of 8-10 hours per week. This position will require
evening and weekend duty.
Serves as liaison library to assigned teaching division providing
collection development and library instruction; Serves on faculty
committees as assigned.
Performs other duties as required to support the mission of the
Qualifications: Education Required: Master*s Degree in
Library/Information Science from an ALA accredited library
Experience: Experience as a librarian in an academic library and use of
a major library integrated system, preferred. Experience with HTML/Web
design preferred.
Equipment: Basic computer skills, Microsoft Office, email, required.
To apply: Application form available online at

Questions should be sent to:

Richard Cheek, Dean of Library Services
or phone 405-878-2249