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Tuesday, August 31, 2010

[LIBJOBS] Position Announcement: Circulation & Collection Maintenance Unit Head

Circulation & Collection Maintenance Unit Head
Oregon State University (OSU) Libraries seeks candidates for the Head of Circulation & Collection Maintenance Unit within the Collections & Resource Sharing Department (CRSD). This is a key management position at OSU Libraries in an innovative and collaborative environment.  The Head of Circulation & Collection Maintenance Unit uses his/her knowledge of current and emerging circulation and collection management to provide outstanding customer service for a diverse population of library users   He/she works closely with other (CRSD) units of collections, acquisitions and inter-library loans to ensure that library users have the information/resources they need for learning, teaching and research.   Additionally, he/she works closely with the Learning Commons service providers and other Valley Library departments as well as the Guin Library at the Hatfield Marine Science Center and OSU Cascades to align circulation and collection maintenance services to the OSU community.  The Head of Circulation & Collection Maintenance has responsibility for the supervision of 7 FTE classified staff and 10 -20 student assistants who are responsible for the smooth flow of materials through the library and offsite storage facility, and have responsibility for maintaining the physical collection of 1.7 million volumes.

See full announcement for minimum qualifications and application requirements at Posting #0006148. Closing date: 10/01/2010. OSU is an AA/EOE.
Laurel Kristick
Electronic Resources Librarian
Oregon State University
121 The Valley Library
Corvallis, Oregon    97331-3411
(541) 737-7276
OSU Libraries: information, service, innovation

[LIBJOBS] Position Available: Research Coordinator, Navigant Consulting, Chicago, IL

Please pardon any duplicate postings. 

If you are interested in this position, please apply using the link at the bottom of the description.  Thanks!



We have an immediate opening for a Research Coordinator position in our Chicago, IL office. The Research Coordinator will provide research support to business development staff, consulting staff and senior management across several practice areas and will be responsible for research related to both business development and client-related projects.

Position: RESEARCH Coordinator

Location: Chicago, IL


Job Responsibilities:


·         Provide comprehensive, timely, and accurate research solutions in response to broad based research projects and presents results in a clear and actionable format for consulting professionals.

·         Research, analyzes, and synthesizes information from diverse sources and convert results into a useable and understandable format.

·         Collaborate with senior research leadership performing daily tasks including document processing and maintenance of quarterly/weekly industry initiatives.

·         Responsible for working across practice areas and identifying potential opportunities of research collaboration.

·         Serve as team representative of the Research Services Group in the Chicago office

·         Markets the Research Services Group to staff and senior management while expanding awareness and utilization of day to day research.


Job Requirements:


·         Bachelor degree required; Master’s in Library Science degree preferred

·         Demonstrated ability to work independently and collaboratively with all levels of staff and management.

·         The ideal candidate will possess excellent interpersonal, organizational, writing and communication skills.

·         Superior skill and ability in multi-tasking and prioritizing.

·         Ability to adapt to a changing environment and to approach problems with a sense of ownership, enthusiasm and innovation in a collaborative team environment.

·         Self-motivated with proven ability to effectively work with diverse personalities in a dynamic and demanding environment.

·         Must have proficiency in web-based proprietary databases (e.g. Capital IQ, Factiva, LexisNexis, Dialog, Thomson Research), electronic, print, and library resources.

·         Experience using Bloomberg or Factset is a plus.

·         4-7 years of research experience in a law or corporate library environment

·         Proficient with Microsoft Office applications


The company offers a competitive compensation package, commensurate with skills, abilities and experience, including an incentive compensation plan, comprehensive medical/dental/life insurance, 401k plan and an employee stock purchase plan.       



Use the following link to apply:


Navigant Consulting, Inc. (NYSE: NCI) is an international consulting firm combining deep industry expertise and integrated solutions to assist companies in enhancing stakeholder value, improving operations, and addressing the challenges of uncertainty, risk and significant business model change. Professional services include dispute, investigative, operational and business advisory, risk management and regulatory advisory, and transaction advisory solutions. We focus on industries undergoing substantial regulatory or structural change including healthcare, energy and financial and insurance services, and on the issues driving these transformations.





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[LIBJOBS] USA-Emeryville, CA-Systems Librarian

Please post the below job.




For over 25 years, Innovative Interfaces has dedicated its energies to meeting the needs of libraries and the challenges of library automation.  The company has fulfilled this mission with first-rate services and products such as the Millennium integrated library platform, the INN-Reach direct consortia borrowing solution, Electronic Resource Management, and the Encore discovery services platform. Today, thousands of libraries of all types in over 40 countries rely on Innovative's products, services, and support. The company is located in Emeryville, California with offices around the world.

We are seeking an enthusiastic individual who enjoys working in a fast-paced, collaborative environment, who will provide telephone and e-support for Innovative's customers and perform effective technical troubleshooting of application issues. The position is based in the Emeryville office.



·         Provides extensive telephone and e-support for Innovative's customers using Innovative software on large multi-user UNIX systems

·         Analyzes, troubleshoots, documents, and resolves application issues reported by customers using UNIX and proprietary utilities

·         Works with customers with varying levels of technical expertise to effectively pursue and resolve issues in an expedient manner



·         MLS or other relevant degree, or equivalent work experience

·         Minimum of one year library experience in at least one of the following areas:

                -Library technical services – Cataloging, Acquisitions, Serials, Record loading

-Software support or help desk

·         Strong commitment to service

·         Sound understanding of library technical services practices and procedures

·         Proven analytical and problem solving skills

·         Facility for learning new software

·         Detail-oriented approach with excellent follow-through

·         Excellent written and verbal communication skills and a positive and professional phone manner

·         Ability to work both independently and as part of a team

·         Ability to work accurately under pressure in a fast-paced and changing environment



·         Fluency in Spanish, Portuguese, French, Thai, or CJK languages

·         Familiarity with automated library systems and information technologies

·         Previous experience working with library vendors and/or bibliographic utilities

·         Previous experience working with Millennium systems

·         Previous experience working in a UNIX environment


PLEASE NOTE: Innovative Interfaces, Inc. does not sponsor or transfer any type of immigrant or non-immigrant visa.


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Innovative Interfaces is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer



TJ Kelsall, PHR

HR Generalist

Innovative Interfaces, Inc.


[LIBJOBS] Position announcement: Metadata/Catalog Librarian, Binghamton University

Please excuse cross postings


Metadata/Catalog Librarian


Position Description



Cataloging Services supports library patrons by providing bibliographic access and control through both metadata and traditional cataloging. Cataloging Services is closely integrated with the other departments within Technical Services and utilizes a flexible workflow approach. The Metadata/Catalog Librarian serves as a member of the team responsible for providing original,  adjusted and copy cataloging and bibliographic control for a wide range of print and non-print materials in various formats A strong commitment to service and patron access to information is essential.  The position reports to the Acting Assistant Director of Technical Services, with the Dean of University Libraries as second-line supervisor.


Duties and Responsibilities:


1.         Creates or adjusts catalog records for materials in all formats so they conform to national and local standards and practices.  Performs associated authority control work as appropriate.


2.         Participates in the planning, implementation and monitoring of digital projects.  Creates templates for digitized collections in our repositories using standardized metadata schemas. Works with subject experts, cataloging staff and /or students to create records for digitized materials.  Compiles statistics as needed.


3.         Resolves bibliographic problems associated with, but not limited to, books, serials and non-print materials in all formats.


4.         Collaborates with staff and department heads across the Libraries to implement cross-functional initiatives. 


5.         Writes and maintains documentation relevant to the cataloging projects they are assigned.


6.         Working with the Acting Assistant Director of Technical Services, participates in the planning, implementation, and evaluation of cataloging operations and workflows to expedite the efficient processing of library materials.


7.         Keeps abreast of current national and international developments and trends in cataloging, classification and subject analysis, bibliographic and authority control, and automation of cataloging functions.


8.          Participates in professional activities and committee assignments within the library, on campus, and in professional associations.



Required:    MLS degree from an ALA accredited institution; familiarity with cataloging practices including knowledge of AACR2, Library of Congress rule interpretations, Library of Congress subject heading practice, and MARC21; experience with at least one non-MARC metadata schema; ability to work individually as well as in groups; excellent oral and written communication skills; strong computer skills; knowledge of current trends in cataloging and the willingness to work with new concepts and technologies; working knowledge of one or more non-English languages and  a commitment to providing a high level of support services.  Candidates should show evidence of professional growth, service activities and contributions to the library profession to meet faculty criteria for promotion and tenure.

Must have ALA accredited MLS by January 1, 2011.


Desired:     Advanced degree or graduate coursework; experience with institutional repositories; advanced knowledge of metadata schemas; experience with project planning, experience with OCLC and/or ExLibris; proficiency in a non-English language.


Binghamton University and Libraries

Among the nation’s top 50 public universities and is recognized for its strong academic programs, distinguished faculty, and talented students. The University is one of four doctoral granting institutions in the State University of New York system. 

Binghamton University Libraries are the center of the University's intellectual community, providing a welcoming environment for the creation and management of knowledge through innovative thinking, open inquiry, and collaborative partnerships.  We serve more than 14,000 students and over 1,000 Faculty.  Collections total 2.3 million cataloged volumes and we offer a vast array of electronic resources. Located in the Southern Tier of upstate New York, Binghamton University consistently ranks high in National rankings.

Glenn G. Bartle Library houses collections in the fine arts, humanities, social sciences, and mathematical and computer sciences as well as special collections and the university archives. The Science Library contains materials in the fields of science, engineering, nursing and psychology. The University Downtown Center Library serves the College of Community and Public Affairs which includes the Department of Social Work, the Department of Human Development, and the Department of Public Administration. The Library Annex@Conklin currently houses important older, but lesser used materials in a high-density, climate controlled environment.
The University Libraries are highly automated.  We have Information Commons facilities in three library locations offering 250 workstations with access to online research materials, productivity software, and scanning/video editing capabilities. In addition to our electronic and networked resources, we provide other web-accessible services and discovery technologies such as Innovative Interfaces’ Encore discovery services platform and an institutional repository. The Libraries’ are wireless throughout and we have a successful library laptop lending program. 

Benefits and Other Information:

This is a tenure track position with initial appointment at the Assistant Librarian rank.  Salary and rank will be commensurate with qualifications and experience.  Minimum starting salary $45,000 plus excellent benefits including TIAA/CREF.


Send letter, resume, and contact information for three professional references to:


               Cindy Olbrys

   Head of Human Resources for University Libraries

               Binghamton University Libraries

               P.O. Box 6012

               Binghamton, NY 13902-6012

               Fax: (607)777-4848




Review of applications will begin on October 1, 2010 and continue until position is filled.


Binghamton University is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer.





Monday, August 30, 2010

[LIBJOBS] USA, New York, Albany-seeking Associate Director for Collections

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Saturday, August 28, 2010

Business/Medical Marketing Lists

Until Friday Aug 27 you can buy any list below for just $199 each or 3 for $299:

All lists are 100% optin and are 6 months or newer.


- Physicians (34 specialties) - 788k records, 17k emails, 200k fax numbers
- Chiropractors - 108,421 total records * 3,414 emails * 6,553 fax numbers
- Alternative Medicine - 1,141,602 total records with 36,320 emails and 38.935 fax numbers
- Dentists - 164k records, 45k emails, 77k fax numbers
- Veterinarians - 78,986 total records with 1,438 emails and 1,050 fax numbers
- Hospitals - 23,747 Hospital Administrators in over 7,145 Hospitals (full contact info no emails)
- National Health Service Corp Clinics - 1,300 total records with emails for government run free clinics
- Nursing Homes - 31,589 Senior Administrators, 11,288 Nursing Directors in over 14,706 Nursing Homes
(full contact info no emails)
- Pharmaceutical Companies - Email only list 47,000 emails of pharma company employees
- Physical Therapists - 125,460 total records with 5,483 emails and 4,405 fax numbers
- Oncology Doctors - 2,200 records all with emails
- US Surgery Centers - 85k records and 14k emails
- Massage Therapists - 76,701 records and 8,305 emails
- Acupuncturists - 23,988 records 1,826 emails
- Medical Equipment Suppliers - 167,425 total records with 6,940 emails and 5,812 fax numbers
- Mental Health Counselors - 283,184 records 7,206 emails
- Visiting Nurses & RN's - 91,386 total records with 2,788 emails and 2,390 fax numbers
- Optometrists - 63,837 records 2,015 emails
- Psychologists - 272,188 records and 9,874 emails


- Hotels - 34,815 total records * 1,642 emails
- Real Estate Agents - 1 million records with emails
- American Business Email List - 2 million emails various businesses
- US New Business Database - 4.8 million records all with emails
- Manufacturers Database - 1,057,119 records with 476,509 emails
- Financial Planners Database - 148,857 records all with emails
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[LIBJOBS] Associate University Librarian, Virginia Commonwealth University, Richmond, VA, USA

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Wednesday, August 25, 2010

[LIBJOBS] Head, Content Development/Acquisitions, Manhattan, KS USA

Kansas State University is conducting a search for the position of Head, Content Development/Acquisitions Department at K-State Libraries.  MLS as well as experience in acquisitions, e-resources, resource sharing, or collection development/management required.  For a complete position description and application procedures visit our website:  EOE. Background check required.

Michelle Bowen
Staffing & Employee Relations Coordinator
K-State Libraries
Kansas State University
504J Hale Library
Manhattan, KS  66506
Ph: 785-532-5671

[LIBJOBS] Academic Librarian, As Terlaje Campus, Saipan, Northern Mariana Islands

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[LIBJOBS] Job Announcement: Head of Collections and Resource Sharing, Oregon State University.

Head of Collections and Resource Sharing, Assistant Professor, OSU Libraries, Oregon State University.
Oregon State University Libraries seeks an innovative, collaborative, and service-oriented librarian to assist in the shaping of a new department focused on user-centered collection services and programs. Responsible for the overall management of the Collections and Resource Sharing Department’s programs and services, the Head of the CRSD leads a staff and faculty committed to fulfilling the learning, teaching and research needs of the OSU community. The Department Head directs the expenditure of the Libraries’ approximately $5 million materials budget, supervises 7.0 faculty FTE and has oversight for a department with approximately 20.0 classified FTE across the 4 units which comprise the Department:  Collection Development, Acquisitions, Interlibrary Loan, and Access Services (Circulation and Collection Maintenance).    The Department Head leads a variety of initiatives related to collaborative and user-driven collection building, resource sharing, document delivery, and access services. She/he monitors trends in collection development, acquisitions, resource sharing, access services, and collection maintenance.  

Additionally, the Department Head tracks issues surrounding scholarly communication and works with other OSU librarians to communicate these issues within the Library and to campus faculty. In consultation with the AUL for Collections and Content Management and CRSD unit heads, the Department Head develops policy pertaining to collection development, acquisitions, access services, and resource sharing. The Department Head determines strategic direction for the Department, establishes departmental goals, and encourages and tracks goal progress. The Department Head is a member of the Libraries’ management team and contributes to the overall planning and management of the Libraries.

Salary is commensurate with education and experience. To review posting and apply, go to
<> . Apply to posting # 0006131.
Closing Date: 10/1/10.

OSU is an AA/EOE, and has a policy of being responsive to dual-career needs.

Janet Webster
Search Committee Chair
Oregon State University
Hatfield Marine Science Center
2030 Marine Science Drive
Newport, OR  97365  USA


[LIBJOBS] Library Director Monona, WI USA

Library Director, Monona Public Library


The City of Monona, Wisconsin, a community of 8,000 on Lake Monona in the highly desirable Greater Madison area, seeks a Director responsible for all aspects of library administration. The position requires strong management and communication skills, an ALA-MLS, eligibility for Wisconsin Grade 1 Public Librarian Certification, and five years of progressively responsible library experience, including experience in an administrative capacity. Experience in management in a union environment and with the Wisconsin Mediation Arbitration Law a plus. Requires a candidate with a strong technology background and experience with integrated library systems. The library is part of the LINK consortium with 51 other libraries sharing a Dynix system and migrating to Koha. The library is heavily used, has one of the highest per capita circulations in the state, and was recently named the 2010 Wisconsin Library of the Year.  Salary range $55,000 - $62,000 with excellent benefits. Visit  for detailed requirements and position description.


If interested, send cover letter and resume to the Library Search Committee at   Applications accepted until October 1, 2010, or until position is filled. The City of Monona is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Tuesday, August 24, 2010

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Subject: [LA-Jobs] Linux Systems Engineer - ISP - Sydney - $100k +
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A new job has been posted on the Linux Australia website.

- Fantastic working environment
- Rapidly growing company
- Enterprise systems and applications

A rapidly expanding ISP with several hundred staff nationally is actively
seeking to engage a talented, energetic Systems Engineer to come on board and
help take this organisation to the next level.

On offer is your chance to join this cohesive team of busy technologists
supporting a large Open Source ISP environment. You will not only be
providing pro-active operational support you will be involved in ongoing
projects, Change Management, systems monitoring as well as involvement in the
design and architecture of solutions throughout the business.

Attitude and your hard-working nature will ensure success in this position,
as will your demonstrated experience operating within a structured
environment using best-practice processes.

Skills in the following technologies are required:

- Linux - RedHat / CentOS
- PERL scripting
- Mail / Web Servers (e.g. SendMail / QMail, Apache)
- Virtualisation ? VMWare
- LDAP / Radius / DNS
- Data Centre

Typical operational tasks include Change Management, Fault Troubleshooting /
Escalation, Capacity Management as well as pro-actively monitoring all
systems under your remit to ensure reduced downtime / issues.

Those with ITIL experience (particularly Change / Incident / Problem) are
encouraged to apply.

Also, those with experience working in a heavily web-focused / digital media
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To discuss this role in great detail, please send your resume to and call 02 8226 9773



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A new job has been posted on the Linux Australia website.

Linux support specialist engineer

I am currently looking for a System Linux engineer for a one in a life time
opportunity to relocate in a small town in WA. The role duties are the

- Providing ICT support to local and remote mission systems (encompassing
computer and network hardware, software and satellite systems).
- Maximize operational availability
- Maintain system maximum capability in accordance with customer priorities.

For this role I require:

- Good knowledge of Red Hat Linux, Sun Solaris, Unix, Netbackup, windows
server 2000 and database administration.
- A strong experience in technical support
- A tertiary or technical qualification in either or both:
Electronics or Communications Engineering
Information or Computer Technology
- Terrestrial or satellite communications operations and maintenance
- Working knowledge of electrostatic sensitive device (ESD) procedures.
- Telecommunications open cabling registration with structured cabling and
optical fiber cabling endorsements.
- Able to obtain an appropriate Australian Government Security Assessment.

For this role we offer a competitive salary package of $90+K + super + on
call bonus + relocation package.


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[LIBJOBS] WEB SERVICES LIBRARIAN – University of Houston-Victoria, USA

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Monday, August 23, 2010

[LIBJOBS] U.S. - Jefferson City, Mo - Continuing Education Consultant

The Missouri State Library is seeking a Continuing Education Consultant to provide leadership in development of the skills and abilities of library staff throughout Missouri.  The State Library/Library Development offers a coordinated approach to staff development through a statewide Continuing Education (CE) committee; a coordinated statewide CE calendar; single and multi day, and online training sessions on a wide variety of topics; grant opportunities for local library sponsored CE; scholarships for library science students, and Webjunction Missouri.  Some travel is required.  The position is located in the State Library, in Jefferson City.  See full details and application information at:



Barbara Reading, Library Development Director

Missouri State Library

600 W. Main,

Jefferson City, MO  65102

573-751-2679; FAX 573-751-3612


[LIBJOBS] USA - Harrisonburg - Psychology Librarian

Job can be viewed through the link below.



Position Information

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Working Title:

Psychology Librarian  

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General Info:

James Madison University seeks a librarian with the vision to provide innovative information services to the Psychology departments.

James Madison University is a public, comprehensive university of approximately 18,000 students located in the scenic Shenandoah Valley, two hours southwest of Washington, DC. The university has been ranked by U.S. News and World Report as the top-rated public regional Master's level university for sixteen consecutive years and is consistently named one of the nation's most wired universities. The Princeton Review Best Value Colleges for 2010 named the university one of the nation's 50 best value institutions. The university places a strong emphasis on undergraduate research and offers 34 master's and five doctoral degrees.

The JMU Libraries are part of the Libraries and Educational Technologies division, which has the mission of enriching our communities by building learning and information environments where people connect with ideas and with each other to discover, create, and share knowledge.

We invite candidates from diverse backgrounds who will contribute affirmatively and creatively to the university's multicultural environment. Our goal is for our employees to reflect the rich mix of backgrounds, life experiences, cultures, perspectives, and world views that is found within our university community.  

Duties and Responsibilities:

Serves as liaison librarian to the undergraduate and graduate Psychology programs. Develops collegial and collaborative partnerships with the psychology faculty and the library staff to provide excellent reference, consultation, and other support services in a Learning Commons environment. Envisions and develops innovative approaches to instruction, information literacy, collection building, information service, outreach, and assessment. Develops a sophisticated understanding of psychology research methods and information resources. Develops subject guides, web pages, and other creative materials to support instruction. Participates in service and scholarship. Position reports to the Assistant Director of Public Services in Carrier Library.  


MLS from an ALA-accredited institution. Demonstrated commitment to student success and to collaborative ventures with discipline faculty and library staff. At least two to three years of experience in public services, reference, and instruction is preferred. Strong knowledge of traditional and electronic reference sources. Excellent communication, interpersonal, organizational, and time-management skills. Excellent problem-solving and analytical skills. Strong understanding of psychology collection development practices, resources, and trends. Ability to manage a variety of projects and shifting priorities in a fast-paced and changing environment. A Master's Degree in psychology or recent successful experience in psychology librarianship is preferred.

Salary commensurate with experience. Tenure-track faculty position with excellent benefits including 20 days of vacation and a choice of TIAA/CREF or other retirement plans. Review of applications will begin on 9/15/2010 and continue until the position is filled. Candidates must apply online using JMU's JobLink system ( Links to JobLink and full position descriptions can be found on the JMU Libraries employment information page at http:/  

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