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Librarian – Instructional Design
Staff – Full-Time – Utah Valley University
The Fulton Library at Utah Valley University seeks an innovative and enthusiastic Instructional Design Librarian to join our Information Services Department. Under the direction of the Head of Information Services, the Instructional Design Librarian will collaborate with librarians and faculty to develop, implement, evaluate, and promote library instructional materials for information literacy in both face-to-face and online learning environments. This librarian will use emerging instructional technologies to create curriculum and instructional materials that support the goals of the Fulton Library and UVU. This librarian will also teach information literacy instruction sessions to diverse student groups, teach sections of SLSS 1050: Library Research (a for-credit elective course taught online), provide reference service to students and faculty from a variety of educational backgrounds, oversee collection development and act as faculty liaison for assigned areas, and perform a variety of other professional tasks including but not limited to library representation on regional or university committees or task forces.

Required Qualifications
Graduation from an accredited ALA library college or university with a master’s of Library Science degree is required.

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities
• Knowledge of instructional design principles and online pedagogy.
• Knowledge of technologies and tools to deliver instructional content such as learning management systems, emerging instructional technologies, content capture tools, and presentation tools.
• Knowledge of current library and educational trends.
• Knowledge of the use and content of reference sources as well as ability to match a wide variety of user needs with appropriate resources.
• Knowledge and experience in assessment and data analysis.
• Experience with creating, interpreting, and analyzing data and reports for use in decision-making.
• Knowledge of methods in the evaluation and selection of print and non-print sources.
• Knowledge of library operations
• Strong instructional skills, including the ability to develop instructional materials and present instruction to students and faculty one-on-one, in individual classes, and as part of a required course.
• Skills integrating instructional materials into online learning platforms.
• Skills developing collaborative partnerships with key stakeholders across the university and within the library to extend outreach activities.
• Skills in the systematic design of instruction for online, blended/hybrid, and/or traditional courses.
• Proficiency in the use of computers, peripherals, and software applications, such as the Microsoft Office Suite, and the ability to assist patrons with their use.
• Ability to plan, implement, and assess learning outcomes and tools.
• Ability to apply the ACRL Framework for Information Literacy in Higher Education.
• Ability to coordinate library services with other departments.
• Ability to develop new ideas and contribute to library improvements and outreach efforts.
• Ability to be self-directed and meet deadlines.
• Ability to communicate clearly both verbally and in writing.
• Ability to work flexibly and creatively with students and faculty from diverse backgrounds.

Preferred Qualifications
Experience of at least two years in an academic library setting and/or additional degree or experience in Educational Technology, Instructional Design, Education, or a related field are preferred.

Physical Requirements
Occasional bending or stooping, twisting, kneeling, reaching, pushing/pulling and ability to lift up to 25 pounds.
Frequent use of fine hand manipulation, both at computer and in the reference areas.
Frequent standing, sitting, walking, talking; expressing or exchanging ideas, hearing, seeing, and vision ability.
Occasional need to climb, kneel, reach, grasp, and ability to lift up to 25 pounds.
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Wasatch County Library Job Opening: Children’s Librarian
Wasatch County Library seeks full-time Librarian 1 – Children’s Librarian. Grade 22 $21.26-$22.38 plus a competitive benefits package. This position, under the general supervision of the Library Director, performs children’s librarian duties and provides day-to-day public library services. Requires equivalent to a BS degree in Education, Child Development, Psychology or equivalent social science fields and six (6) years library experience of which three (3) years must be serving in children’s librarianship. Job experience may be credited for college degree. Complete job description and Wasatch County Employment Applications are available from the Wasatch County Personnel Office 55 S 500 E, Heber City, Utah or

Completed applications with copy of resume must be submitted to the Personnel Office by 5:00 PM Friday, October 30, 2020. Wasatch County is an EOE.

Salt Lake Community College Seeks Librarian
Librarian 1: Archives
Full Time Staff Position
Starting Salary: $41,928 – $43,000
Minimum Qualifications: Master’s degree in Library and Information Science from an ALA accredited institution. 0-2 years of experience.

The Archives Librarian reports to the Assistant Director of Content Services; oversees archives and special collections, including processing and curating collections, creating and maintaining finding aids, obtaining material for collections, and assisting with digital archives initiatives.

Essential Responsibilities and Duties
Oversight of physical archives. Process and curate materials in the SLCC Physical Archives. Create and maintain finding aids for archival collections (both physical and digital). Seek out and obtain material from appropriate College departments. Follow Utah State and SLCC policies regarding retention schedules. Manage research requests and access to the physical archives. Prepare and select materials for digitization and inclusion in the SLCC Institutional Repository.
Oversight of the digital archives’ collections. Select and prepare materials from physical archives for digitization and inclusion in the College’s Digital Archives. Supervise the metadata generation for and preservation of the SLCC Digital Collections and the SLCC Archives. Assist faculty, staff, and students with queries related to College history, events, and past publications. Work closely with the Educational Initiatives & New Media Librarian to ingest the digital archives materials into the SLCC Institutional Repository.
Work with faculty and administrators to obtain materials for the archives collection. Work closely with the Office of Risk Management on records management and retention.
Oversight of the Library’s physical special collections. Develop and maintain special collections for the Library. Work with faculty, staff, and administrators in obtaining materials and artifacts for the special collections.
Provide supervision to archival staff and volunteers. Supervise part-time staff and volunteers including hiring staff, evaluating work quality, and providing support and direction to archives department.
Collaborate with the Educational Initiatives & New Media Librarian on special projects. Facilitate the identification of grant and other funding sources to support digitization projects and initiatives.
Other duties as assigned.

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