Applicants must apply online ****Health and Life Sciences Liaison Librarian
Salary competitive with those at similarly situated institutions.
Position is contingent upon funding
Required: A master's degree from a program accredited by the American Library Association.
Relevant undergraduate degree or course work, course work in medical librarianship, or significant discipline-specific experience in an academic, health sciences, or medical library.
Familiarity with information literacy theory, practice, and assessment.
Knowledge of emerging information technologies and their application to research and teaching. Demonstrated success in a collaborative environment.
Evidence of energy, creativity, initiative and commitment to professional growth.
Excellent oral and written communication skills. The ability to prioritize workload assignments.
Preferred: Academic library experience with research assistance and information literacy instruction. Teaching experience or experience in instructional design in a higher education, library, or secondary education setting. Experience working with teaching faculty to integrate evidence-based practice and/or information literacy skills into the curriculum. Experience in developing working partnerships with academic departments and other campus communities. Understanding of current trends and issues in scholarly publishing and communication. Demonstrated experience with project management
Reporting to the Director of Research and Education, responsibilities include: teaching curriculum-integrated instructional sessions at all degree levels; collaborating with teaching faculty to develop course content; participating in assessing student learning; providing discipline-based research and technology assistance through individual and small group consultations and online user support; creating programs and services for UNLV's health and life sciences community that will advance the research enterprise and foster a climate of scholarly inquiry and student achievement; creating online tools and user guides; helping to shape new directions for development and access to health and life sciences collections; and working in a team environment with a focus on continuously enhancing the user experience.
As a tenure-track library faculty member, the incumbent will be expected to work collaboratively with others; engage in scholarly activities; and provide service to the university, the community, and the profession in accordance with Libraries and University standards for promotion and tenure.
Liaison librarians proactively develop partnerships with faculty to develop and deliver value-added services as well as new methods of delivering existing services to support the University's research and teaching initiatives. The successful candidate will have demonstrated the ability to work in a complex, changing environment with a positive, flexible, and innovative attitude, and he or she will have a proven capacity to work effectively and collegially in teams with staff at all levels as well as with faculty and students.