Please excuse the duplication. This message is being posted to SERIALST,
NOTISSER, and NOTISACQ. Information will also be made available through
the ARL Career Resources page at http://arl.cni.org/careers/vacancy.html
and at the Placement Center of the ALA Midwinter Meeting in San Antonio,
Texas, January 19-25, 1996.
University of Delaware Library. Coordinator of
Serials, Acquisitions Department. Reports to the Head,
Acquisitions Department, responsible for the management
and supervision of the Serials Unit, including hiring
and evaluation of 8 support staff and student
assistants. Monitors serials expenditures and prepares
serials management reports. Unit responsibilities
include serial acquisitions, serials control, and
serials public service. The NOTIS integrated library
system is used for serials check-in.
Qualifications: Required: ALA accredited master's
degree and supervisory experience. Previous relevant
experience with serials including automated serials
control. Thorough knowledge of the principles of
serial acquisitions and of current national issues in
the acquisition and processing of serials. Strong
skills in interpersonal relations, written and oral
communication, and organization. Ability to work
effectively and cooperatively with personnel with
diverse requirements for information and support.
Preferred: Experience with technical services in an
academic library. Experience with integrated library
Salary: Rank and salary dependent upon experience and
qualifications. Assistant Librarian: Minimum $27,211.
Senior Assistant Librarian: Minimum $30,671.
Benefits: Vacation of 22 working days. Liberal sick
leave. Generous flexible benefits program. TIAA-CREF
or Fidelity retirement with 11% of salary contributed
by the University. Tuition remission for dependents
and course fee waiver for employee.
To Apply: Send letter of application, current resume,
and the names, addresses and telephone numbers of three
reference to Paul Anderson, Assistant Director for
Library Administrative Services, University of Delaware
Library, Newark, DE 19717-5267. To ensure consideration
applications must be received by February 16, 1996.
The University of Delaware is an equal opportunity
employer which encourages applications from minority
groups and women.