Associate University Librarian, Scholarly Resources & Content Strategies
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POST DATE 9/7/2016
END DATE 11/24/2016
University of California - Santa Barbara
Santa Barbara, CA
JOB DESCRIPTIONASSOCIATE UNIVERSITY LIBRARIAN, SCHOLARLY RESOURCES & CONTENT STRATEGIES
* Office of the Executive Vice Chancellor - Library
Open date: September 6th, 2016
Last review date: October 30th, 2016
Applications received after this date will be reviewed by the search committee if the position has not yet been filled. Final date: March 31st, 2017
Applications will continue to be accepted until this date, but those received after the review date will only be considered if the position has not yet been filled.
Lead the UCSB Library Scholarly Resources & Content Strategies programs and Explore new strategies providing scholarly information to support research and teaching missions; increase the visibility of the Library s distinctive collections and their research value; Align resources with the UCSB s campus s teaching and research mission; and Facilitate discovery and use of data created and published by UCSB researchers and scholars. The University of California, Santa Barbara, one of ten campuses of the University of California system, seeks a successful Associate University Librarian (AUL) who will provide leadership and program oversight of key programs and services committed to the activities of UCSB researches and scholars. The AUL will set library-wide policy for collection development, data curation, digitization initiatives, scholarly communications, licensing, acquisitions, and preservation. Teamwork is essential-the chosen candidate will work collaboratively with faculty, subject librarians, collections staff, the California Digital Library (to provide access to electronic resources meeting the UCSB s needs), sister UC campuses and other cooperative partners. The AUL will convene ad hoc or functional groups to work creatively together with all staff engaged in collection issues. A key New project will be exploring new ways to strengthen collaborative collection development, shared collections, and c-investments for content needed by UCSB researchers and scholars.
Responsibilities. With five direct reports and 45FTE personnel, the Associate University Librarian reports to the University Librarian. Key responsibilities include: establishing criteria of excellence and effectiveness for all aspects of the Library s intellectual content collection building, digital initiatives, and access to collections; mobilizing and supporting staff to meet criteria through shared processes and practices; managing the information resources budget and serving as key spokesperson for collections to faculty, students and other patrons; providing campus wide leadership working closely with faculty and colleagues charting a sustainable future for scholarly communications; and supervising and providing strategic direction to the Library s Acquisition & Resource Management Services, Cataloging and Metadata, Collection Development, Digital Services and Scholarly Communication departments. The AUL shares decision making authority for personnel actions, resource management, and policy development. The AUL also represents the Library in the appropriate University, regional and national bodies and contributes through publications, formal presentations, and professional participation.
Required qualifications include: an ALA-accredited MLIS or equivalent degree with relevant experience; significant work experience in an academic research library; demonstrated understanding of building research collections; demonstrated leadership fostering partnerships; demonstrated understanding of scholarly communication issues and new models shaping future publishing; proven management experience in a complex, multi-functional library; superior interpersonal skills and team builder; ability to work in a diverse setting with diverse staff and campus communities; a strong commitment to staff development; and superior analytical and problem solving skills.
Preferred qualifications include: a second Master s degree and/or Doctorate; playing a responsible role in acquisitions and collections; experience with digital scholarship, data-intensive research support, data curation, and digital initiatives and preservation; library fundraising efforts, and a significant record of publications and/or presentation experience.
Compensation. The position offers a starting salary range of $99,100 to $178,500 and an attractive benefits package.
For further information, contact Bradbury Miller Associates via email or phone. To start the application process, send an in-depth cover letter and your curriculum vitae as Word or pdf attachments to Jobeth Bradbury on or before the closing date of October 30, 2016.
The Library is especially interested in candidates who can contribute to the diversity and excellence of the academic community through research, teaching and service.
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