nnJob DescriptionnPosition Summary Informationr rnr r r Basic Functionr Reports to the Dean of Learning and Technology Resources (LTR). Assumes overall responsibility for library collection development and management.r r r Duties and Responsibilitiesr Collaborates with faculty and other campus librarians in the development of an effective and diverse collection in varied formats. Serves on NOVA Libraries Collection Development Committee and Library Working Group. Collaborates with the Dean of Learning and Technology Resources and the other faculty librarian to manage the library’s budget. Provides library instruction; provides reference and circulation services. Participates in library planning and campus and college activities. Develops and maintains policies and procedures for collection development and acquisitions. Collects and reports collection statistics and develops appropriate means of collection assessment. Serves on campus, college and state committee(s) as necessary. Supervises library staff in a team-oriented work environment.r r r Minimum Qualificationsr MLS or MLIS degree with 18 graduate semester hours in Library Science or Library Information Science Experience providing library instruction, reference services, and circulation services for students, faculty, staff and community patrons. Collection development experience. At least one evening and some Saturday shifts required.r r r Preferred Qualificationsr ALA-accredited MLS or MLIS. Three to five years of experience in an academic library setting, specifically in a community college environment. Experience in an academic library setting, specifically in a community college environment. Strong supervisory/management skills. At least one year experience supervising staff. Bilingual candidate preferred.r r r Required Knowledge, Skills, and Abilitiesr Relevant collection development, teaching and customer service experience.rStrong supervisory/management skills; excellent written and oral communication skills. Knowledge of library acquisition systems, online library systems, Internet resources, electronic databases, and productivity software. Ability to interact effectively with diverse students, faculty, and other library patrons. Strong service excellence orientation toward all library stakeholders. Ability to work in a collaborative environment with a diverse staff. Ability to work at least one evening per week and some Saturday shifts per semester requiredr r r Operation of a State Vehicler Seldomr r r r r r r Posting Detail Informationr rnr r r Open Dater 08/09/2018r r r Close Dater 09/10/2018r r r Open Until Filledr Nor r r Special Instructions to Applicantsr r r r Background Check Statementr The selected candidate’s offer is contingent upon the successful completion of an extensive criminal background rinvestigation, which may include: fingerprint checks, local agency checks, employment verification, verification ofreducation, credit checks (relevant to employment), and other checks requested by the VCCS and NOVA such as rI-9 and E-Verify requirements. Additionally, selected candidates may be required to complete the Commonwealth’srStatement of Economic Interest.