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Date: Fri, 10 Jan 1997 07:53:49 EDT
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Subject: JOBS: 2 Ref. Lib'ns- MI

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Date:          Thu, 9 Jan 1997 14:16:08 EST
Reply-to:      Discussion of Library Reference Issues
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From:          "Susan M. Hollar" <[log in to unmask]>
Organization:  Central Michigan University
Subject:       POSITION: Reference Librarians (2) Central Michigan University
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REFERENCE LIBRARIANS (2)
CENTRAL MICHIGAN UNIVERSITY

The Central Michigan University Libraries seek qualified candidates for two
Reference Librarian positions.  The Libraries intend to fill the two
positions with enthusiastic, energetic individuals with a strong service
oriented philosophy and the potential to assist Central Michigan University
to be a model in the use of information technology.  Both are 12-month tenure
track faculty appointments, at the Assistant Professor rank, reporting to the
Head of Reference Services.  The Reference Department consists of 12
reference librarians and two support staff.

Submit resume and letter of application stating positions of interest,
qualifications, and names, titles, addresses, and telephone numbers of at
least three professional references to Susan Miles, Co-Chairperson, Reference
Selection Committee, 207 Park Library, Central Michigan University, Mt.
Pleasant, MI 48859.  Applications will be accepted until positions are filled.


Central Michigan University, a state institution offering bachelor through
doctoral degrees, has an enrollment of approximately 17,000 on-campus students
and 12,000 off-campus students.  CMU is located in Mt. Pleasant, a community
positioned in the center of Michigan's lower peninsula within a one- to three-
hour drive of every major population center in the state.  Visit the Libraries'
Home Page at http://www.lib.cmich.edu.  CMU (AA/E
diversity and resolves to provide equal opportunity regardless of race, sex,
disability, sexual orientation, or other irrelevant criteria.

REFERENCE LIBRARIAN (Social Sciences)

Principal responsibilities include sharing in the provision of
reference/research services, providing bibliographic instruction, and serving
as bibliographer for assigned social science disciplines.  Position is also
responsible for the general supervision of a team of six support staff in
circulation, reserves, stack maintenance, and microforms.

Minimum Qualifications:    MLS from an ALA accredited library science program.
At least two years successful experience as a supervisor in an academic
library.  Experience, subject expertise, and/or degree related to one or more
of the social/behavioral sciences.  Knowledge of print and electronic reference
resources, including Internet/World Wide Web and CD ROM.  Excellent
communication skills.  Ability to carry out assignments and responsibilities
independently and cooperatively.  Evidence of potential for earning
tenure/promotion as a library faculty member.

Preferred Qualifications:   Experience with NOTIS, InfoShare, WebPAC, and/or
FirstSearch.  Bibliographic instruction expertise;  experience teaching in a
hands-on, computer laboratory setting.  Experience designing Web pages and
knowledge of HTML.  Experience in one or more of these public service
units:  circulation, reserves, stack maintenance.

Salary commensurate with qualifications;  minimum $35,000.  Excellent fringe
benefits.

REFERENCE LIBRARIAN (Health Sciences)

Principal responsibilities include sharing in the provision of
reference/research services, providing bibliographic instruction, and
serving as bibliographer for the health sciences.  Health science-related
programs offered at CMU include physical therapy, physician assistant, and
communication disorders.

Minimum Qualifications:   MLS from an ALA-accredited library science program.
Experience, subject  expertise, and/or degree related to health sciences.
Knowledge of print and electronic reference resources, including
Internet/World Wide Web and CD-ROM.  Excellent communication skills.  Ability
to carry out assignments and responsibilities independently and cooperatively.
Evidence of potential for earning tenure/promotion as a library faculty
member.

Preferred Qualifications:   Experience with NOTIS, InfoShare, WebPAC, and/or
FirstSearch.  Bibliographic instruction expertise;  experience teaching in a
hands-on, computer laboratory setting.  Experience designing Web pages and
knowledge of HTML.

Salary commensurate with qualifications;  minimum $34,200.  Excellent fringe
benefits.