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The Librarian, Electronic Resources
is responsible for the technological functions of the library, including the set-up and maintenance of access to online resources and locally installed software. Collects usage data of the library's electronic resources. Administers the integrated library system and manages the library's computer laboratory.
Responsible for maintaining content for all online resources including ebooks, online journals, and databases using Serials Solutions among other management tools. Establishes publisher/vendor relationships related to maintenance of online resources.
Manages patrons’ access to all online resources using EZProxy for authentication access.
Prepares reports for the Library Director by collecting and formatting usage statistics provided by vendors and publishers.
Troubleshoot problems with software and computer programs, such as, Sirsi, QuickDoc, Serials Solutions, EZProxy, Libguides.
Installs and maintains computer software used by library staff and patrons; collaborates with vendors and the IT department when necessary. Manages the library’s computer laboratory in collaboration with IT. Trains library staff on how to use library software relevant to their jobs.
Provides extended, professional reference services and library instruction to individuals and groups. Uses complex search strategies in PubMed, Scopus, CINAHL, Cochrane and other databases.
Carries out circulation functions in the library automation system (Sirsi) and maintains accuracy of all records.
Other duties, as assigned
Master's degree in Library/Information Science, required.
AHIP (Academy of Health Information Professionals), preferred.
1-2 years medical or academic library experience, required.
1-2 years experience with academic library electronic applications and solutions such as SirsiDynix, Serials Solutions, EZProxy software, required.
Excellent communication (both written and oral), interpersonal, customer service, organization, detail orientation, project management, and multitasking skills, required.
Advanced computer skills including Online Computer Library Center (OCLC), EZProxy, LibGuides, Microsoft Office applications, Adobe Photoshop, Serials Solutions software, SirsiDynix, and strong database searching skills with PubMed, Scopus, and CINAHL, required.
Familiarity with library trends and issues, required. Project management skills and demonstrated organizational skills, required.
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