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Job Opening ID: 41745
Summary: The position provides organizational leadership for the licensing, access and data analysis for online journals, databases and various e-book collections. Working collaboratively with subject librarians, the incumbent establishes trials and conducts renewal reviews to make the most relevant content available in support of the curriculum and research interests of the university. The E-resources Librarian reports to the Associate Dean for Collections and Access. The E-resources Librarian will play a major role in promoting and marketing e-resources internally to all university libraries and externally to the broader university community.
STEM Research and Learning Librarian
Job Opening ID: 41933
Summary: The STEM Research and Learning Librarian will develop new models of support for STEM research and learning at FSU, working with colleagues in the Libraries and the University. Responsibilities also include developing instructional, assessment and research services for STEM faculty and students. This position is an integral member of the Science Commons team and the broader FSU Libraries Research and Learning Services division. This position is ideal for a collaborative and forward-thinking team player looking to take initiative in shaping the future of STEM research and instructional support. The STEM Research and Learning Librarian will be based in the Dirac Science Library and will report to the Director of STEM Libraries.
Preservation & Collections Management Librarain
Job Opening ID: 42004
Summary: The Special Collections & Archives Division includes the Special Collections Research Center, Heritage Protocol & University Archives, the Claude Pepper Library, the Digital Library Center, and Cataloging & Description. The Special Collections Research Center is the home for the rare book and manuscript collections and serves as the primary research center and reading room for rare books, manuscripts, and Heritage Protocol & University Archives. Special Collections & Archives currently maintains four storage areas, three onsite and one remote, as well as the Heritage Museum. Collections move between at least five different buildings for storage, cataloging, digitization, and display. Over a million rare and unique items make the Florida State University Libraries’ Special Collections and Archives Division an extraordinarily rich resource for scholarship and an exciting place to work. The Division has created a new position for a Preservation and Collections Management Librarian and invite applications from knowledgeable, collaborative, and user-focused individuals. The position will provide leadership and guidance on preservation, conservation, and collections space management within the Division.