Saint Agnes Hospital
Department: Medical Library 001 Additional Job Details: Full-Time,Day,\u00a040 hours,Weekly Job Description Job Summary: Provides support and assistance to all seeking health information and documentation. Responsibilities: Provides assistance in computer searches, inter-library loans, cataloging, circulation, reference, acquisitions, and system development and maintenance. Provides reference, research, and document delivery services to support information needs of patrons. Provides technical and operational support for electronic resources. Plans and proposes goals and objectives for the future of Library Information Services including resource acquisition. Offers library instruction and education programs for library patrons. Administers and maintains library collection including books, journals, reports and bibliographic tools to ensure an adequate and up-to-date collection that meets the educational and research-related needs of students and college personnel within an authorized budget. Interacts with Library staff to develop and manage additional resources. May provide leadership and direction to library volunteers. Qualifications Education: Diploma\u00a0Bachelor's degree in a related field, or combination of High School degree and related experience required Bachelor's degree in a related field preferred Work Experience: 3 Years Preferred Technical Experience.
Saint Agnes Hospital
Website : http://www.stagnes.org
St. Agnes also supports off-site facilities including Seton Imaging Center and the Ellicott City Surgery Center. For more information, please call 410-368-6000. In 1862, The Daughters of Charity began St. Agnes Hospital, carrying on their centuries-old mission of service. The first Catholic hospital in Baltimore, St. Agnes was originally created to provide nursing care for the poor. The facility moved to its present location in 1876 and was reorganized as a full-service hospital in 1906. Today St. Agnes Hospital is a full-service community teaching hospital with residency programs in a number of medical/surgical specialties.