Position Announcement, St. Lawrence Univ. (Michael Alzo) Ann Ercelawn 06 Jun 1995 01:49 UTC

Date: Mon, 05 Jun 1995 09:23:40 -0400 (EDT)
Subject: Position Announcement


St. Lawrence University, a private non-denominational liberal
arts college, located between the Adirondack Mountains and the
St. Lawrence River, seeks a dynamic person to assume the position
of Serials Control/Reference Librarian.  Reporting to the University
Librarian, the successful candidate will have responsibility for
supervising two paraprofessionals in the Serials Control Department, =
the processing and online management (INNOPAC) of serial publications=
(including government document serials), and coordinating
public services in the Periodicals area.  Reference responsibilities
include full participation in general reference services and
bibliographic instruction.  Some evening and weekend Reference Desk
hours are required.

REQUIRED:   ALA accredited MLS; library and serials experience;
            strong commitment to service; effective communication,
            problem-solving and interpersonal skills.

PREFERRED:  Supervisory, reference, and academic library experience;
            experience with an integrated online system.

Twelve month contract; liberal benefits; faculty status with
one month's vacation.

STARTING DATE:  On or before September 1, 1995, preferred.

=E3SALARY RANGE:   From $26,000, commensurate with qualifications and

APPLICATION:   The Search Committee will begin to review candidate
               materials on July 5, 1995; position will remain open
               until filled.  Send letter of application, resume,
               and names and addresses of three references to:

                                 Mr. Michael Alzo
                                 Search Committee Chair
                                 Owen D. Young Library
                                 St. Lawrence University
                                 Canton, NY 13617

St. Lawrence is an affirmative-action, equal-employment-opportunity
employer.  Women, minorities, and persons with disabilities are
encouraged to apply.