July 13, 2007
Opening: E-Resources and Serials Librarian, Stanford Law School
The E-Resources and Serials Librarian assumes a leadership role in coordinating the evaluation, acquisition, licensing, cataloging, maintenance, and promotion of electronic and serial resources. In this capacity, the incumbent collaborates with library directors, reference librarians, acquisitions librarian, catalog librarian and others in various team-based efforts. The E-Resources and Serials Librarian also consults with students, faculty, and librarians (here and elsewhere), and is proactive in helping to develop/cultivate a great online collection and a useful print collection. The incumbent coordinates operations and services with other campus libraries for optimal resource sharing.
The E-Resources and Serials Librarian strives to provide unparalleled levels of library service, including ensuring that needed materials are delivered with great alacrity. The E-Resources and Serials Librarian catalogs serials and electronic resources using AACR2, CONSER guidelines, MARC formats and LC classification, using OCLC and the library's Sirsi integrated library system. The Stanford Law Library also participates in NACO.
The position supervises a staff of 2.5 regular staff, who are responsible for serial check-in and routing, bindery and receiving government documents. All members of the library staff need to know basic loan desk functions and be available to staff the loan desk upon an occasional as-needed basis.
The E-Resources and Serials Librarian reports to the Deputy Director (or Library Director in Deputy's absence).
MLS or equivalent degree in library and information science. Library experience and especially cataloging or serials experience a plus. Attention to detail is a must, as are good organizational skills. The successful candidate must be friendly and energetic and consistently deliver service with a smile.
To learn more or to apply, please visit the Stanford Jobs website at http://jobs.stanford.edu/ and search for job # 25805.
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