3 year- Resident Librarian-VA

Approximate date of posting March 16, 2017

 Eligibility: Graduate of an ALA-accredited master’s degree program in library and/or information science or early career information professional;

Position: Resident Librarian

Location: Blacksburg, Virgnia

Company/Organization  Virginia Tech

Virginia Tech is committed to building a culturally diverse faculty and strongly encourages applications from women and minorities. Virginia Tech is a founding member of the ACRL Diversity Alliance (www.ala.org/acrl/issues/alliancefaq). We are committed to mentoring and establishing networks for early-career librarians. The overarching goal is to provide a broad range of experiences working in an academic environment with exposure to research and scholarship. Virginia Tech and the Diversity Alliance will help to build a foundation for successful career development opportunities as well as strongly support inclusion and diversity initiatives.

The Libraries Residency Program offers an entry-level librarian an intensive three-year exposure to the various aspects of professional work within an academic library and a broad-based opportunity to begin a career in academic librarianship. In supporting the Libraries’ and the University’s commitment to achieving a culturally diverse faculty, the Resident will, over a three-year period, experience a minimum of three areas of librarianship and develop a specialization in one area. Residents will work closely with library faculty to develop skills and an understanding of academic librarianship as a whole through the introduction to the different functional areas of the library. The Residency Program will be tailored to reflect the successful candidate’s personal interests and long-term career goals.

Schedule/Hours   Full time

Time Frame  3 years

Compensation: $48,000 minimum, dependent on qualifications and experience

Source acrl-rig@lists.ala.org

Description:  In the first year, the Resident will serve in three or four functional areas, determined mutually by the Resident’s interests and the needs of the Libraries.

In the second year, the Resident will begin to specialize by contributing to one or two functional areas of choice, in consultation with the Library’s Resident Program Coordinator and directors in charge of the functional areas. The Resident will then begin to formulate the basis for a capstone project.

Residents with interest in all areas of librarianship are encouraged to apply. Strategic areas of focus for the Libraries include:

– Learning Division
– Special Collections
– Collections and Technical Services
– Scholarly Communication
– Data Management & Curation
– Library Data and Assessment

The Resident will also begin actively participating in Library committees, councils, and task forces. Residents will be expected to attend national and regional professional conferences related to their area of interest and specialization. The Resident will also participate in program related activities and communicate with peer cohorts.

In the optional third and final year, the Resident will continue to specialize and will complete a capstone project, preferably suitable for publication, which incorporates the expertise and perspectives gained during the residency.


How to Apply Applications must be submitted online at www.jobs.vt.edu. The application package needs to include a resume, cover letter addressing the candidate’s experience with the responsibilities associated with the position, and the required and preferred qualifications, names of three (3) references and their contact information. Review of applications will begin 4/9 and continue until the position is filled.

Website: https://listings.jobs.vt.edu/postings/84808

Deadline:  04/09/2018


2018-2020 2 year Diversity Fellowship Cornell University (NY)

Approximate Date of Posting: March 16. 2018

Position: Diversity Fellow

Cornell University Library is committed to diversity and inclusion and is actively seeking to foster and support the growth and development of new librarians and archivists from underrepresented groups through the Cornell University Library Diversity Fellowship. We value qualified candidates who can enrich our community with variety of backgrounds and experiences.

Qualifications MLS from ALA-accredited institution. Graduation should be within the last three years.

Location: Ithaca, NY

Company/Organization  One of the leading academic research libraries in the United States, Cornell University Library is a highly valued partner in teaching, research, and learning at the university. With an operating budget of over $58 million and a diverse and innovative staff of more than 350, the Library supports 2,700 faculty, 22,000 students and 94 PhD fields. Its world class collections, expert librarians, responsive services in physical and virtual library spaces inspire and nourish scholarship and learning.


Time Frame:  two-year appointment

Compensation Competitive in salary (beginning at $52,500), rank, professional development support, and benefits. Comprehensive benefits package including 22 vacation days, 12 paid holidays, health insurance, life insurance, and university retirement contributions (TIAA-CREF and other options). Professional travel funding is available.



The Diversity Fellowship is designed for recent graduates who want the opportunity to learn about academic libraries and acquire core competencies and skills in research, scholarship and instruction. The program allows the Library Fellow the unique opportunity to work in one to two departments or functional areas to explore new information technologies or user centered services, collaborate on projects, and to participate in a challenging and rewarding work environment. A flexible program will be developed to balance the Fellow’s individual goals and interests with the Library’s needs. In addition, the Fellow’s professional interests will be supported with a mentoring program, specialized training, continuing education, and participation on library committees.

A final job description will be collaboratively developed. Duties could include a selection of the following or other options at the request of the selected candidate:

  • Teaching in the Library’s information literacy program
  • Developing online learning modules
  • Library space planning and assessment
  • Supporting systematic reviews
  • Providing research data management services
  • Providing consultation on advanced research strategies and citation management
  • Planning for emerging technologies
  • Library outreach and communication
  • Collection development
  • Digitization of historical material
  • Rare & Manuscript Collections or Archives
  • Metadata creation
  • Staff training

Application Instructions: Please attach one document that contains a cover letter, resume, and the names and contact information for three references (preferred as one combined PDF document).  Candidates should include in their cover letter a description of their knowledge and experience that demonstrates engagement in underrepresented communities and the ability to transfer this asset to a research, learning, and instructional context.

POC:  For more information, contact Lyndsi Prignon, Director of Library Human Resources – lra8@cornell.edu .


Deadline: Applications will be reviewed as received until the position is filled. Early submission is strongly encouraged

2018-2021 Residency Librarian-CO

Approximate date of posting  March 12, 2018

Position: Eligibility. Candidate must be a recent ALA-accredited M.L.S. graduate (graduated within the last three years).

Location: Denver, Colorado

Company/Organization  University of Denver Libraries

The University of Denver Libraries are proud to have just joined the ARCL Diversity Alliance, and are posting our first residency position.

Schedule/Hours  Full-time

Time Frame Anticipated start date for this role is summer/fall of 2018 (may be flexible).

Compensation: Competitive salary.

Source: acrl-diversityalliance@lists.ala.org

Description: The Residency Librarian is a three-year nonrenewable contract position designed to provide early-career librarians with professional experience and mentoring in academic librarianship. Designed to engage librarians who are members of historically underrepresented groups, the residency program will give the successful candidate an opportunity to gain experience and skills necessary to thrive as an academic and research librarian. The University of Denver Libraries is a member of, and is committed to the principles of the Association of College & Research Libraries Diversity Alliance: http://www.ala.org/acrl/issues/diversityalliance.

Through this program, the successful candidate will gain experience in a range of areas of academic librarianship, gaining both broad and deep understanding of how academic and research libraries operate. The Associate Dean for Scholarly Communication & Collections Services will serve as the residency coordinator and supervise this position, but other librarians will also serve as mentors based on a candidates chosen area of specialization.

Essential Functions

During the three-year program, the Residency Librarian will rotate through at least three departments, primarily in the first year of residency. Based on existing or newly acquired interest, skills, education, and/or experience, the Residency Librarian will then work with stakeholders to select a home department and work with mentors in that unit for the remainder of the program to develop additional expertise and specialization. Departments could include Reference & Instruction, Special Collections & Archives, Design & Discovery, Collections & Content Management, Cataloging, Access Services, Technology Services, or Metadata & Digitization.

In addition to work within the University Libraries, the Residency Librarian will work with the Interdisciplinary Research Incubator for the Study of (In)Equality (IRISE) (http://www.du.edu/irise/) to develop library skills in support of IRISEs mission. For example, this could entail public speaking, engaging with community members, supporting research, providing metadata or other technical support, or managing digitization projects.

The Residency Librarian may also be assigned a mentor from the senior ranks of the University Libraries faculty outside the home department who will provide guidance on academic librarianship, research, professional development, and cultural aspects of institutions of higher education.

  • Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities
  • Ability to work in a team environment.
  • Strong interpersonal skills and ability to communicate clearly and knowledgeably, both verbally and in writing.
  • Capacity to build strong connections with faculty and students.
  • Ability to use knowledge, experience, awareness, and skills to advance DU’s commitment to diversity and inclusion, and to engage effectively with a broad spectrum of culturally diverse groups.
  • Ability to work independently, effectively, and confidentially, using tact and excellent judgment.
  • Analytical skills for decision making.
  • Ability to organize work and set priorities.
  • Ability to actively engage in the library organization, including leadership and participation in teams, task forces, and committees, working professionally in support of colleagues, willingly stepping into other roles when needed, and sharing responsibility as a faculty member in the library’s mission, goals, programs, and plans.
  • Willingness to engage in professional development and scholarly activities through research, publication, and service to national and regional professional organizations.
  • As a member of the University Libraries Faculty, the Residency Librarian will have the opportunity to serve on library and university committees and teams and will be provided funding and support to engage professionally at the regional and national level. Like all faculty in the University Libraries, this position actively engages in scholarly activities through research and publication, actively participates in professional organizations, as well as library and campus committees, and intentionally integrates diversity and inclusiveness into all aspects of the library.

Website: https://du-openhire.silkroad.com/epostings/index.cfm?fuseaction=app.jobinfo&jobid=3043&source=ONLINE&JobOwner=995327&company_id=16973&version=1&byBusinessUnit=&bycountry=&bystate=&byRegion=&bylocation=&keywords=&byCat=&proximityCountry=&postalCode=&radiusDistance=&isKilometers=&tosearch=no&city

How to Apply Candidates can apply online and find a full job description here: https://du-openhire.silkroad.com/epostings/index.cfm?fuseaction=app.jobinfo&jobid=3043&source=ONLINE&JobOwner=995327&company_id=16973&version=1&byBusinessUnit=&bycountry=&bystate=&byRegion=&bylocation=&keywords=&byCat=&proximityCountry=&postalCode=&radiusDistance=&isKilometers=&tosearch=no&city.  Once within the job description online, please click “New Account” at the bottom of the page to begin application.


. Only applications submitted online will be accepted. Once within the job description online, please scroll to the bottom of the page to apply. If you have questions regarding this position, please contact: Bridget.Farrell@du.edu.


The following documents are required to be fully considered, please include with your application:

  1. CV
  2. Cover Letter that expresses candidate’s interest in various aspects of librarianship. Tell us what your primary passions are as well as additional areas of interest.
  3. 3-5 references
  4. Diversity statement. Please provide a statement about how you would advance diversity and inclusion through your work.


Deadline: Applications received by April, 8 2018 will receive first consideration. Applications may be accepted and reviewed until position filled.



2018-2020 2 Year Librarian in Residence-IN

Approximate date of posting  March 12, 2018

 Position: Librarian in Residence

Eligibility. Graduate degree from an ALA-accredited program in Library and Information Science before September 2018

Location: Notre Dame, Indiana

Company/Organization  University of Notre Dame- Hesburgh Libraries

Schedule/Hours  Full time-

Time Frame July 2018-July 2020

Compensation:  minimum salary of $49,000. Resident positions include benefits coverage, as outlined here:https://hr.nd.edu/assets/121252/ftvisfacbensum2018_121252.pdf along with funding to support professional development activities.

Source: Indeed


The Hesburgh Libraries at the University of Notre Dame offer early-career librarians the opportunity for professional-level experience in academic librarianship via their Librarian-in Residence Program.

The University of Notre Dame promotes a spirit of diversity and inclusion through academic inquiry, programs, and opportunities that reflect our foundational belief in the dignity of all men and women. The purpose of the residency is to interest early-career librarians or librarians new to research libraries who are part of a minority racial, ethnic, gender, religious,or other traditionally underrepresented group is eligible to apply.

The two-year appointment is designed to provide an immersion in academic librarianship, an opportunity to focus on areas of interest, and funding to support professional engagement at the national level. This two-year faculty position provides the opportunity for an entry-level librarian, with a demonstrated commitment to diverse and historically underrepresented groups,to gain professional experience (either in Archives or our Center for Digital Scholarship) as an academic librarian. An opportunity also exists for a rotation in the Kresge Law Library. New or beginning librarians are especially encouraged to apply. With an expected start date of July 1,2018, review of applications will begin immediately.

Throughout the appointment, the Resident Librarian will gain meaningful work experiencethroughout the Hesburgh Libraries. Areas of priority for the Hesburgh Libraries for the 2018-2020 rotation period are:


Center for Digital Scholarship

Candidates are asked to express interest in only one of the rotational opportunity areas (Archives or Center for Digital Scholarship), choosing one that best meets the required qualifications as reflected in the cover letter and curricula vitae.

In addition, he/she will work independently and with a mentor to develop a research proposal with the goal of presenting the findings at a professional conference or in a professional journal.

The resident will be afforded an opportunity to participate on a Library committee, and if applicable, task forces. He/she will develop collegial relationships with Hesburgh Libraries, other University of Notre Dame faculty and administrators, and colleagues at peer institutions.

Residents will become involved in relevant national and regional professional organizations. The resident will acquire first-hand experience with research and scholarship, service to the Libraries,and service to the profession. The resident reports administratively to the Organizational Development Librarian.


Website: https://apply.interfolio.com/49278

How to Apply Interested candidates must submit a curriculum vitae, the names of three references, and a letter of application that includes statements about the following: 1) expectations of benefit from the program, 2) the value of diversity in libraries and the applicant’s strengths appropriate to a residency with a goal of diversity in libraries, 3) specific academic library areas of interest and experience, and how these address the libraries’ strategic priorities and 4) where this advertisement was seen.

Deadline: Review of applications will begin immediately and will continue until the position is filled. The expected start date for this position is July 1, 2018.

2018-2021 Assistant Librarian Fellowship-WY

Approximate date of posting  March 1, 2018

 Position: Digital Scholarship Fellow

Eligibility. ALA-accredited MLS, MIS, or equivalent by time of appointment

Location: Laramie, Wyoming

Company/Organization  University of Wyoming

UW Libraries are committed to building a culturally diverse workplace and strongly encourage applications from minority candidates, candidates with disabilities, and those with experience working in a multicultural environment.  Diversity resources for the University of Wyoming and the community of Laramie can be found at http://www.uwyo.edu/diversity/resources/.  For more information on UW Libraries, please visit http://www-lib.uwyo.edu/about/branches/

Schedule/Hours  Full-Time

Time Frame 3 years

Compensation: Commensurate with experience

Source: acrl-rig@lists.ala.org

Description: The digital scholarship fellow will gain meaningful work experience in UW Libraries Digital Collections, including open data, open scholarship, scholarly communications and publishing, data visualization, and related initiatives. Serves as liaison for open educational resources and open textbook grants, with mentoring and support from other librarians. The fellow will have the opportunity to shadow librarians in the Research & Instruction Department, and to gain experience in information literacy instruction planning and delivery. Close collaboration with faculty in the libraries and the university will be emphasized.

The fellowship will offer many opportunities for professional development: The fellow will be encouraged to deliver presentations, attend national and regional conferences, and/or write for professional publications. Financial support for professional development opportunities will be available. Serves on library committees as appropriate and participates in the Libraries’ mentoring program.

How to Apply
Complete on-line application and upload the following as one document: cover letter, resume and contact information for three work-related references.




2018-2020 Academic Library Fellowship-North Carolina

Approximate Date of Posting: Reposted February 28, 2018

Position: Library Fellow

Eligibility Recent M.L.S. and M.I.S. graduates. An option for January or September placement may be available, depending upon graduation date. In order to be eligible, the terminal degree must be awarded no more than 12 months before the date of appointment. e.g., for July 1, 2018 start date, degree should be awarded between July 2017 – June 2018).

Location: Raleigh, North Carolina

Company/Organization   North Carolina State University

Schedule/Hours: Full-time

Time Frame:  2 years 2018-2020

Compensation $64,000 plus benefits package. Professional development stipend, up to $2,500 annually.

Source: acrl-rig-request@lists.ala.org

Description:. http://www.lib.ncsu.edu/fellows/about

The NCSU Libraries is well known for its technological advances and commitment to defining the future of librarianship. We seek out candidates with interests and aptitudes in these areas and Fellows’ assignments reflect these areas of focus. Fellows perform as entry-level librarians half-time in a home department. The remaining time is devoted to an initiative of strategic importance in an area outside the home department.

The Libraries recognizes that self-determination is an important consideration. During the interview process, candidates learn more about the Libraries’ departments and initiatives. Candidates are then given the opportunity to indicate their preferences for department and project assignments. The Libraries makes assignments that consider those preferences.

Website: http://www.lib.ncsu.edu/fellows


How to Apply: Early! The vacancy announcement for the new Fellows class is posted to our website in the summer of the year prior to the anticipated start date for the new cohort of Fellows. So, that means you might be applying for the Fellows program anywhere from a few months to an entire year before you graduate.

We suggest you address your letter “Dear Members of the Nomination Committee.” The committee membership changes annually and will be posted on the website with the vacancy announcement upon selection.

Deadline: We do not set a deadline in advance for applications. We continue to accept applications until finalist candidates are selected, the timing of which can vary. We often do, however, include language in the vacancy announcement encouraging candidates to apply by a certain date. This is offered as a guideline only. If you see the vacancy announcement posted and the link to the online application system is still live, we are still accepting applications. Also note that on the online application system you will see a date in the box marked “Must Be Open Until.” THIS IS NOT A DEADLINE. We are required to post vacancies for a certain number of working days. This box only indicates that the job MUST remain open until a certain date. The vacancy announcement will remain open well after that date

2018-2020 Biomedical Sciences Residency-PA

Approximate date of posting  February 22, 2018

 Position: 2018 – 2020 Eugene Garfield Residency in Science Libraries

Eligibility. Master’s Degree from an ALA-accredited information and library science program or equivalent earned by Summer of 2018 or within past two years.
– Interest in physical and/or health sciences librarianship.

Location: Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Company/Organization  University of Pennsylvania Biomedical Library

Schedule/Hours  Full-time

Time Frame   Through 03/01/2020

Compensation: The University offers a competitive benefits package that includes excellent healthcare and tuition benefits for employees and their families, generous retirement benefits, a wide variety of professional development opportunities, supportive work and family benefits, a wealth of health and wellness programs and resources, and much more.

Source: acrl-rig@lists.ala.org


Provide specialized reference and research support and collaborate in the planning, promotion, implementation and assessment and development of services across the STEM Libraries.
– Participate in general Penn Libraries’ research consultation and chat reference services.
– Participate in the maintenance of the STEM Libraries’ websites, including the design of tutorials and research guides.
– Investigate new technologies to effectively respond to changing information needs.
– Pursue collaborative opportunities with other Library and University departments.
– Participate in Library, University and professional activities as appropriate.
– Perform other duties and projects as assigned.

How to Apply

Website https://jobs.hr.upenn.edu/postings/34846

Deadline: unspecified


Approximate date of posting  February 26, 2018


Eligibility. Master’s Degree in Library or Information Science from an ALA accredited program or an advanced degree in computer science, literature, journalism, publishing, humanities and an interest in creating a career in libraries.

Location: Bloomington, Indiana


Schedule/Hours Full-Time 

Time Frame  3 years

Compensation: competitive salaries commensurate with their education and experience, as well as full-time staff benefits and funding for travel and professional development

Source: acrl-rig@lists.ala.org


Description: The Indiana University Libraries invites applications for its Open Scholarship Resident position, which is a part of the IU Libraries Diversity Resident Program (https://libraries.indiana.edu/file/iu-libraries-diversity-resident-programpdf).   We designed this three-year appointed position to provide an immersion into academic librarianship allowing the incumbent to demonstrate skills at a professional level, develop a professional network, and be prepared for future career opportunities.

The Open Scholarship Resident will work in the Scholarly Communication Department in collaboration with partners such as the IU Press, reporting to the Head of the Scholarly Communication Department. They will be tasked with developing a program to assess and improve research impact and affordability of open content at Indiana University with emphasis on bibliometric assessment, affordable textbooks, open educational resources, altmetrics, and qualitative assessments. The Resident will evaluate impact, inclusiveness, and access in the IU Libraries’ repositories and publishing program in order to develop an impact and affordability programmatic plan with actionable items to increase representation in the repositories, expand access to affordable resources, and engage underrepresented groups in academic publishing supported by the IU Libraries. This programmatic plan will be integral in the Scholarly Communication Department’s implementation of the IU Libraries Diversity Strategic Plan (https://libraries.indiana.edu/file/diversity-strategic-plan-20162017pdf) and the IU Libraries (https://libraries.indiana.edu/file/iu-libraries-strategic-plan-2016-2020-pdf) and IUB Campus Strategic Plans (https://provost.indiana.edu/doc/IUB-Bicentennial-Strategic-Plan.pdf).


The resident will participate in the operational responsibilities of the Scholarly Communication Department with emphasis on tasks that promote accessibility. This includes XML-first publishing workflows for open access journals, content recruitment for the repository and journals programs, metadata enhancement in the institutional repository, development of digital textbooks and scholarly editions in the Pressbooks platform, development of educational resources for the IU community, agile project management, and instructional sessions and the development of online course content on impact and affordability.

As a member of the IU Libraries faculty, the resident will be appointed at the faculty rank of Visiting Librarian (see Bloomington Library Faculty (BLF) Handbook: https://libraries.indiana.edu/about/bloomington-library-faculty) (non-tenure track). The resident will work in a variety of strategically central areas of the IU Libraries on a rotational basis. These areas may include but are not limited to Library Technologies, Digital Collections, IU Press, Teaching & Learning, Assistive Technology & Accessibility Centers, and User Experience. As a Visiting Librarian, the resident is strongly encouraged to engage in professional research and publication.



  • Working with librarians, faculty, students, staff, and other stakeholders to evaluate affordability at IU Bloomington and provide consultations services around improving impact of IU-authored research and open content
  • Identifying opportunities to improve the impact and reach of IU-authored scholarship
  • Identifying opportunities to create, improve, and disseminate open and affordable resources
  • Consulting with faculty, staff, and students on research impact, open educational resources, and affordable content
  • Generating research impact reports to support collection development, subject liaison outreach, open access implementation, and administration
  • Developing a plan to increase library publishing for underrepresented groups on campuso

While residents will have one supervisor throughout the program, they will work in a variety of strategically central areas on a rotational basis. The number and nature of the rotations are flexible. Rotations will provide opportunities for exploration and service, helping the residents to identify areas of interest and strength for future career choices, while at the same time enabling the implementation of individual programmatic plans within the participating departments. During these rotations, the residents will work closely with a designated library department to implement programs that meets the needs of their constituents. Emphasis will be placed on a high quality portfolio outcome, suitable for publishing or presentation in national venues. Residents will have professional opportunities in areas of the Library and affiliated organizations including but not limited to Scholarly Communication, Special Collections, Preservation, Administration, User Experience, Digital Collections Services, IT, Library Services, Content & Acquisitions, Cataloging, Metadata, and the HathiTrust Research Center

How to Apply Interested candidates should review the application requirements and submit their application athttps://indiana.peopleadmin.com.




POC Questions regarding the position or application process can be directed to: Jennifer Chaffin, Director of Human Resources, Libraries Human Resources, Herman B Wells Library 205, Indiana University, Bloomington, IN 47405 – Phone: 812-855-8196 – Fax:812-855-2576 – Email: libpers@indiana.edu.

Deadline:  March 30, 2018. The position will remain open until filled

2 year Diversity Fellow Librarian-MD

Approximate date of posting  February 15, 2018

 Position: Diversity Fellow Librarian

Eligibility.  ALA-accredited Master’s in Library/Information Science; • Demonstrated interest in library pedagogy, digital literacy, and instructional design;

Location: Baltimore, Maryland

Company/Organization  Loyola Marymount Univeristy

The Loyola Notre Dame Library, located in northern Baltimore City, is a member of the University System of Maryland and Affiliated Institutions and serves Loyola University Maryland and Notre Dame of Maryland University. The library serves as an integral part of the campuses by providing information services and resources to support the academic programs and educational concerns of the two institutions. Loyola University Maryland, a member of the Association of Jesuit Colleges and Universities, is recognized for excellence in teaching and learning. Notre Dame of Maryland University is a leader in the education of women and non-traditional students. The Library serves a student population of 6,160 FTE

Schedule/Hours  full-time

Time Frame 2 years -2018-2020

Compensation: The Library offers an excellent benefit package that includes medical, access to dental, life, disability insurance, and TIAA‐CREF retirement. Librarians also receive support for professional development.


Description: The Loyola ▪ Notre Dame Library, a member of the ACRL Diversity Alliance, seeks a creative and innovative librarian with a commitment to serving diverse and historically underrepresented groups to join our Research and Technology Services Department for a dynamic two-year term fellowship. The Diversity Fellow will be fully immersed in librarianship. In the first year, the Fellow will develop essential skill sets for designing and delivering instruction, engaging with faculty in digital scholarship, establishing campus and professional connections and supporting research and technology services. To explore his/her specific interests, the Fellow will also have the opportunity to collaborate with other librarians to lead outreach initiatives, including marketing library events, serve as a liaison to an academic department, and actively participate in assessing the use of the library’s virtual and physical spaces.

In the second year, the Fellow will lead a collaborative project that aligns with his/her interests and skills to promote librarianship. This project will include a service learning component that fosters a connection between the librarian, the library, and the local community. The Fellow will have the opportunity to serve on committees and will be encouraged to engage in professional development activities and attend local and national conferences. The successful candidate will communicate effectively and work collaboratively with other units in the library and on campus to support the information needs of a diverse population of undergraduates, graduates, and faculty at Loyola University Maryland and Notre Dame of Maryland University.

Position Responsibilities: • Provide in-person and online research instruction to students, incorporating active learning and emerging technologies. • Coordinate the Library’s digital literacy pop up classes and Makerspace instruction initiatives in partnership with the Technology Librarian. • Support faculty in digital scholarship as assigned. • Lead marketing initiatives to creatively promote Library events and services. • Propose and implement a service learning project promoting academic librarianship through community outreach. • Coordinate student worker reference training and provide general reference service (some evenings and weekends required). • Perform liaison duties to promote services and resources to faculty. • Participate in other departmental and library-wide initiatives as assigned

How to Apply Please submit electronically a resume, cover letter, and a list of three (3) work-related references with “Diversity Fellow Librarian” in the subject line to Lorena Dion, Administrative Operations Coordinator: ldion@loyola.edu.

Deadline: Review of applications will begin immediately and the position will remain open until filled.

2018-2019 National Digital Stewardship Residency Art (NDSR Art)

Approximate date of posting  February 15, 2018

 Position:  Four candidates will be selected to work on projects related digital stewardship of new media and arts information. Each resident will be assigned to one of the four available projects and corresponding host institutions

The 2018-19 hosts are the Art Institute of Chicago, Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum of Art, Maryland Institute College of Art, and Small Data Industries.

Eligibility. Anyone who has received or will be receiving a master’s degree (or higher) between Spring 2016 and Summer 2018 in a field related to digital stewardship will be eligible to apply for the 2018 resident class. If you are receiving your degree after the application deadline, and are selected as a NDSR Art resident, you will need to sign an agreement confirming you will receive your degree prior to the residency start in July 2018 or will relinquish your place in the program.

  • Applicants should be prepared and willing to move to the geographic location of their host institution for a twelve-month period beginning in July 2018.
  • Applicants must be eligible to work in the United States; NDSR Art will not be able to sponsor employment visas

Location: Various

Company/Organization  NDSR Art is a partnership of the Philadelphia Museum of Art and ARLIS/NA, made possible with generous funding from the Institute of Museum and Library Services.

Schedule/Hours  Full-time

Time Frame 12 months, from July 16, 2018 to July 12, 2019,

Compensation: Fully Funded

Source: sils-jobs@listserv.unc.edu

This program aims to bridge the gap between existing, well-developed classroom education and the need for more direct professional experience in the field. The mission of the National Digital Stewardship Residency (NDSR) is to build a dedicated community of professionals who will advance our nation’s capabilities in managing, preserving, and making accessible the digital record of human achievement. We encourage students interested in digital stewardship and cultural heritage to apply.


This NDSR Art residency runs for 12 months, from July 16, 2018 to July 12, 2019, starting with a week-long training session in Philadelphia.

Residents will work full-time, on-site in fully funded positions at their host institutions with opportunities for travel and professional development throughout.

See the  www. ndsr-ppma.arlisna.org  page for qualification requirements and information about each of the four projects.

This program aims to bridge the gap between existing, well-developed classroom education and the need for more direct professional experience in the field. The mission of the National Digital Stewardship Residency (NDSR) is to build a dedicated community of professionals who will advance our nation’s capabilities in managing, preserving, and making accessible the digital record of human achievement. We encourage students interested in digital stewardship and cultural heritage to apply.

How to Apply Applicants should specify their top two institutional choices in their application form. Application review will begin immediately and will continue until the positions are filled.

Website: https://ndsr-program.org/


Deadline: March 16, 2018.