Apply for this position via Interfolio at apply.interfolio.com/51271. Only applications received through Interfolio will be reviewed.
Librarian, Teaching and Assessment
This position is located 38 miles east of Atlanta on the original 1836 Emory campus in Oxford, Georgia.
Oxford College of Emory University re-invites candidates to apply for the position of Teaching and Assessment Librarian. We seek an enthusiastic individual with proven teaching, assessment, user-experience, and technology skills to work with the library leadership team to develop and deliver innovative, quality services for the Oxford College Library (http://oxford.library.emory.edu/). The librarian will help create a culture of assessment for the library as a part of the overall College assessment program. The library is committed to an intellectual partnership with the faculty to integrate information literacy into the curriculum of the College. The College provides a liberal arts intensive curriculum for the first two years of the Emory baccalaureate degree.
The successful candidate for this position will develop innovative services, modules, and programs to assist first and second year students in building important information literacy abilities. The Teaching and Assessment Librarian plays an integral role in support of the College’s inquiry driven curriculum and the University’s emphasis on effective student learning by active teaching in support of the Research Practices instructional program in collaboration with other teaching librarians and faculty. The librarian will focus on strategic and organizational goals to coordinate collection, analysis, and documentation of data for assessment; develop an evidence-based approach to achieving strategic objectives related to library services and user needs; coordinate library-wide assessment projects; and support colleagues engaged in assessment of library services. The librarian will provide individual research consultations for students and faculty along with some scheduled night and weekend work. The librarian will have subject expertise preferably in the social sciences, such as psychology, sociology, anthropology, economics, or political science. The individual will be an active member of internal library teams along with other College and University groups and professional organizations.
Salary and Benefits:
Salary based on qualifications and experience. This is a faculty-equivalent librarian position that follows a rank and promotion process. Emory University offers a comprehensive benefits package, including tuition benefits. Several retirement plan options are available, including TIAA.
a graduate degree in librarianship from an ALA-accredited institution; demonstrated effective teaching experience including discipline-specific instruction sessions; knowledge of research methodology and experience in meeting the research needs of students and faculty; experience articulating the value of academic libraries through quantitative and/or qualitative assessment methodologies; applied knowledge of emerging technologies; self-motivation; flexibility; strong problem-solving, organizational, interpersonal, and written and oral communication skills; initiative and ability to conceive and carry out projects on a deadline, including the ability to manage multiple responsibilities and effectively respond to the needs of a campus community that makes heavy demands on library services; ability to work in a collaborative team environment.
Please apply for this position via Interfolio at apply.interfolio.com/51271, including a letter of application, curriculum vitae, and the names, addresses and telephone numbers of three references. In letters of application, candidates should address their interest in working in Oxford College’s undergraduate, liberal arts intensive environment that emphasizes close faculty-student interaction and values diversity and inclusion.
Application review begins immediately and will continue until the position is filled.
Emory University is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer and encourages women and minority candidates.