Position Vacancy - Serials Librarian/Science Bibliographer (George Graf) Stephen Clark 07 May 1998 16:08 UTC

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Date: Thu, 7 May 1998 08:22:45 -0400
From: George Graf <ggraf@MAIL.CC.TRINCOLL.EDU>
Subject: Position Vacancy - Serials Librarian/Science Bibliographer

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>Subject: Position Vacancy - Serials Librarian/Science Bibliographer
>>TITLE: Serials Librarian/Science Bibliographer
>>>DESCRIPTION: As a member of the Collection Development Department, the
>>>Librarian/Science Bibliographer is responsible for developing and
>>>managing the Library's serials collection in all disciplines, and serves
>>>as the primary selector of science resources.  Responsibilities include
>>>evaluation of current holdings and subscriptions, expansion of the
>>>electronic serials collection, coordination of backfile retention,
>>>communication with academic departments, and supervision of all
>>>technical aspects of serials management.  The librarian in this position
>>>also acts as liaison to science departments, and identifies and
>>>evaluates science resources to be added in all formats.
>>>ENVIRONMENT: Trinity College Library holds more than 900,000 volumes,
>>>170,000 volumes in the Watkinson Library, an exceptional rare book and
>>>research library.  It is a selective U.S. Government Depository library.
>>>The annual budget of the College Library is 2.7 million.  Trinity
>>>College Library is linked with the libraries of Wesleyan University and
>>>Connecticut College in a consortium which offers a broad range of
>>>automated and other library services, including a recently implemented
>>>SIRSI information management system.
>>>QUALIFICATIONS: Candidates are expected to hold the M.L.S. and to have at
>least two years of professional experience in an academic library, with
>>>demonstrated commitment to serials management and/or science
>>>bibliography.  They should have strong knowledge of developments and
>>>trends in academic publishing and scholarly communication; excellent
>>>written and oral communication skills; leadership, initiative and
>>>organizational skills; supervisory experience; working knowledge of at
>>>least one other modern language; and familiarity with HTML.  An
>>>undergraduate or graduate degree in a science discipline is desired.
>>>SALARY AND APPLICATION: Salary is competitive, commensurate with
>qualifications and experience. Review of applications will begin
>immediately and continue until position is filled.  Please submit a resume
>and cover letter stating
>>>salary history and requirements, along with the names, addresses and
>>>telephone number of three professional references to:
>>>Stephen L. Peterson, Librarian
>>>Trinity College
>>>300 Summit Street
>>>Hartford, Connecticut 06106
>>>Trinity College is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer.
>>>Woman and minorities are encouraged to apply.  Applicants with
>>>disabilities should request any needed accommodation in order to fully
>>>participate in the application process.
>>>May 5, 1998
George Graf
Acquisitions Librarian
Trinity College, Hartford, CT 06106