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Serials Coordinator Position Open at GWU (DC) Andrea W. Stewart 15 Dec 1993 01:32 UTC

This is a new search for a Serials/Documents Coordinator Librarian.
Please send inquiries to me at the address below.  Have happy holidays.
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The George Washington University announces a search for a Serials/Documents

POSITION:  Serials/Documents Coordinator

APPOINTMENT SALARY MINIMUM:  $29,000 (includes administrative stipend)

RESPONSIBILITIES: Coordinates processing and use of serials and documents
throughout the Library; acts as documents expert for public services staff;
provides service liaison with Collections Management Department and Subject
Specialists; supervises Head, Serials/Government Documents Unit; monitors
quality control of the automated serials database managed by NOTIS software
within a consortium environment; participates in consortium planning and
implementation of NOTIS enhancements.

Serves as the Gelman Library Coordinator for the GPO select depository
program including materials processing, acquisition of new selections, and
public services liaison.  As all librarians in the Gelman Library, the
Serials/Documents Coordinator serves as a subject specialist for selected
academic discipline(s) and participates on library committees.  Reports to
a senior subject specialist who confirms allocation of work hours to broad
categories of activity and who evaluates overall performance with input
from department head and relevant coordinators.  Serves on the Washington
Research Library Consortium (WRLC) Acquisitions/Serials Advisory Committee.
Provides assistance to the Head of Acquisitions in general department
leadership, staff development, and training.  The Serials/Documents
Coordinator serves as Acting Head of the Department in the absence of the
Department Head.

QUALIFICATIONS REQUIRED:  ALA accredited master's degree in library
science; a minimum of 2 years post-MLS library experience including a
minimum of 2 years serials acquisitions and/or government documents
experience; excellent oral and written communication skills.

QUALIFICATIONS DESIRABLE:  Post-MLS serials acquisitions experience;
familiarity with MARC and experience with OCLC; experience with
serials/acquisitions automated systems; serials bibliographic control
experience; public service, collection development, or liaison (with
faculty) experience; experience in working with serials vendors;
supervisory experience.

REVIEW OF APPLICATION:  Review of applications will begin on March 15, 1994
and will continue until the position is filled.  Please send your resume
and names of three references to:

Andrea W. Stewart, Executive Associate
The Melvin Gelman Library
The George Washington University
2130 H St NW
Washington, DC  20052

The George Washington University is an equal opportunity/affirmative action