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Staff/Faculty Positions

Desk & Collections Processing Technician (Library Services Technician, Contingent II)

Position #:  123374

  • Opened Date:  September 1, 2017
  • Closing Date:  September 15, 2017

Within a team environment, provides general and specialized access services at public service site and processes new, legacy and reformatted media collections. The position divides time between providing information and circulation services at main desk, guiding student assistants and preparing media collections for public use.

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Teaching and Learning Librarian (Open Rank)

Position #:  102720

  • Opened Date:  August 31, 2017
  • Closing Date:  October 2, 2017

The University of Maryland Libraries seeks a creative, knowledgeable, and service-oriented professional for the position of Teaching & Learning Librarian. Reporting to the Head of Teaching and Learning Services, this position will contribute to the expansion of a learner-centered information literacy instruction program by designing, creating, and maintaining sustainable online and blended learning objects such as web-based tutorials, instructional videos, research guides, and websites. The successful candidate will enjoy teaching and engaging with students, partnering with campus services, such as the Teaching and Learning Transformation Center, developing innovative instructional programming, and supporting evidence-based practice through the design and implementation of student-centered assessment. The incumbent will collaborate with colleagues in the Teaching and Learning Services unit to lead information literacy instruction for first year students. As a member of the Research and Learning division, the incumbent will serve as liaison to the assigned academic programs, responsible for engaging with the program, developing subject specific library instruction and providing general and specialized research assistance.

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Coordinator (Contingent I)

Position #:  082917245

  • Opened Date:  August 29, 2017
  • Closing Date:  September 17, 2017

The incumbent will provide administrative and operational support and coordination for the Head of Employee Development and Faculty Services.  The Incumbent will assist the unit head in developing and providing training programs with broad appeal to all employees.  The incumbent serves as a subject matter expert responsible for designing and delivering learning experiences for faculty and staff in primary core competencies identified as:  communication; customer service; equity, diversity and inclusion; leadership; project management; supervisory/management; technology; and university/library policy and procedures.  The major areas of emphasis for Faculty Services are providing administrative support for the promotion and permanent status process and the faculty annual review and merit process.  The incumbent carries out a number of duties related to annual tracking and reporting of progress related to each of the areas of emphasis.  The incumbent provides coverage for Library Human Resources as needed; and will also be tasked with a variety of special project assignments.

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Digital Collections Developer (Programmer, Contingent I)

Position #:  8140353

  • Opened Date:  August 14, 2017
  • Best date of consideration:  September 25, 2017

The University Libraries are collaborating with a local radio station on a Broadcast Content Management Pilot, which aims to explore how to create a cost-effective and scalable set of processes, tools, and services to manage access and preservation for audio digital assets generated by broadcasting organizations.  The four primary deliverables of the pilot are: 1) Create a reliable, scalable, and auditable ingest and submission interface for administrators and end users; 2) Implement digital preservation services to ensure that no content is lost or altered from the state it was in at the time it was received from the sender; 3) Develop a user interface to facilitate discovery, delivery and rights management of media content; and 4) Conduct cost-benefit analysis and business assessment of the application.

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If you have any questions regarding Staff and Faculty positions, contact Aishar Pinnock at apinnoc1[@] or 301-405-9249.