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Hi,

May be of interest to Chemistry, Physics, and Astronomy librarians;

Enjoy the day,
Emily



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From: Amanda Bielskas <[log in to unmask]>
Date: Thu, Jan 16, 2014 at 9:34 AM
Subject: [GEONET] job posting NYC: Collection Assessment and Analysis
Librarian, Science and Engineering
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Collection Assessment and Analysis Librarian
Temporary 2-year Appointment
Columbia University Libraries/Information Services

The Columbia University Libraries invites nominations and applications for
the position of Collection Assessment and Analysis Librarian, in the
Science and Engineering Libraries division. The Collection Assessment and
Analysis Librarian will design an organizational framework for developing
collections in a large science and engineering research library
environment. The incumbent will analyze usage statistics; develop
evaluation models for current and new products; assess print and electronic
collections including overlap analyses&#894; and identify potential
digitization projects and collaborative collection development
opportunities. This position will serve as the primary service and
collections liaison to the faculty and students in the departments of
Chemistry, Physics, and Astronomy.

Reporting to the collection development lead for the Science and
Engineering Libraries division, the Collection Assessment and Analysis
Librarian will provide direct service to faculty and students, including
virtual reference, instruction and outreach, and research consultations.
The position will develop, manage, and assess print and digital collections
to support research and teaching in Chemistry, Physics, and Astronomy. The
position will also participate on Libraries-wide task forces and working
groups and represent the organization at appropriate regional and national
forums.

Required qualifications include:
-MLS or an advanced degree in the sciences, engineering or related
discipline
-Strong data analysis skills
-Proficiency with core research resources in the sciences and engineering
-Familiarity with scientific research, data management, and scholarly
communications trends, including open access publishing
-Experience providing service and outreach in a technology-rich environment
-Experience managing complex projects
-An ability to clearly articulate ideas through excellent written
communication and presentation skills
-Demonstrated initiative, flexibility, and the ability to work in a
collaborative environment

Preferred qualifications include:
-Undergraduate or advanced degree in a science, engineering, or related
discipline
-Successful experience working in an academic or research intensive
environment
-Familiarity with emerging technologies and social media

For immediate consideration please apply to:
        https://academicjobs.columbia.edu/applicants/Central?quickFind=58737

One of the world's leading research universities, Columbia provides
outstanding opportunities to work and grow in a unique intellectual
community. Set in the Morningside Heights academic village, Columbia also
presents the unmatched dynamism, diversity and cultural richness of New
York City. The University Libraries, grounded in collections of remarkable
depth and breadth, are also building extensive electronic resources and
services. The Libraries at Columbia are committed to collegiality,
professionalism, innovation and leadership. We offer a salary commensurate
with qualifications and experience and excellent benefits.

Columbia University is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer


-- 
Amanda Bielskas
Geology/Geosciences & Psychology Librarian
Columbia University
601 Schermerhorn
1190 Amsterdam Ave
New York, NY 10027