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Re: Job Announcement (Georgia) Mary H. Munroe 11 Sep 1993 15:38 UTC

                           GEORGIA STATE UNIVERSITY
                        WILLIAM RUSSELL PULLEN LIBRARY
                             Vacancy Announcement

  Position:      Coordinator, Automated Library Systems
  Available:          March 1994


  The Coordinator of Automated Library Systems is a tenure track faculty rank
 position and will be responsible for a broad range of library automation
 related to the mainframe, personal computers, CD-ROMs, LANs, and other
 automated systems.  Specific responsibilities will include overseeing the
 operation and maintenance of current systems; day-to-day trouble shooting;
 investigation of broad operation problems; documentation review and analysis;
 communication with vendors, installers, and visitors; development and
 interpretation of vendor and system specifications; participation in library-
 wide planning and development; installation assistance; development of
 procedures and manuals; recommending and conducting staff training; and
 supervision of other personnel.

 The Coordinator will serve as system administrator for the Novell LAN and
 will serve as liaison with the Computer Center for all aspects of library
 automation, including mainframe and LAN applications.
 The Coordinator will report to the Associate University Librarian and
 will participate in:  Library Administrative Council, Automation Committee,
 Microcomputer User's Group, Library Faculty Meetings and other committees
 as appropriate.  Participation in research and professional activities is


  The minimum requirement for appointment to a tenure track faculty position is
 an ALA-accredited master's degree in library science or a master's degree
 in computer science or related field.  Substantial hands-on experience with
 a variety of automated library applications (software and hardware) is
 required; this may include mainframes, personal computers, CD-ROMs, wide-
 area networks and Novell local area networks.  Working knowledge of MARC
 machine readable records is necessary.  Other qualifications include:  proven
 managerial and organizational ability; strong interpersonal skills;
 demonstrated ability to communicate technical information to a broad range
 of audiences; experience in supervision and training; and ability to work
 effectively in a team setting.

  Conditions of Work and Benefits

  Faculty rank and status                 Retirement plans include:  state
                                          teachers retirement plan, TIAA and
  Tenure track                              VALIC
  Twenty-one days vacation                Social Security
  Twelve days sick leave                  Optional pre-tax benefits
  Group health and life                   Support for research and professional
       insurance                          activities

  Salary and Rank

  Salary Range:  $35,000 - $40,000 for twelve months.  Salary and faculty rank
  are dependent upon qualifications and experience.


 To apply, submit letter of interest, resume, and names, addresses and
 telephone numbers of three references.  Materials received by Nov. 15, 1993
 will receive priority consideration.

 Send materials to:

                 Mrs. Dianne M. Smith
                 Library Administration Office
                 Georgia State University Library
                 100 Decatur Street, SE
                 Atlanta, GA  30303-3081    (404) 651-2172

  Georgia State University is an equal opportunity educational institution
  and an equal opportunity affirmative action employer.