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Art Research & Instruction Librarian/University Libraries/University of Colorado at Boulder
The University of Colorado at Boulder Libraries invites applications from innovative and enthusiastic service-oriented professionals for the position Art Research & Instruction Librarian. The Art Research & Instruction Librarian is a tenure-stream faculty position reporting to the Faculty Director of Research and Instruction. Duties include general and specialized reference in the social sciences and humanities, including responsibilities associated with an information commons; virtual reference; instruction services and classroom teaching as part of an active library instruction program; and selecting library materials in the areas of art, art history, architecture, and environmental design. This position serves as the primary liaison to the Art and Art History Department and the College of Architecture and Planning and assumes primary responsibility for the development and delivery of research and instructional services for students and faculty in these units. The art librarian supports the integration of new technologies into the Department of Research and Instruction and actively participates in departmental policy planning and delivery of services.
The Department of Research and Instruction provides virtual and in-depth personal reference and instructional services to the students and faculty of the University of Colorado at Boulder and specializes in services and collections for the social sciences and humanities. Significant parts of the responsibilities of this position are research and creative work and service in keeping with the tenure standards of the University of Colorado at Boulder.
For complete position announcement and description, please see http://ucblibraries.colorado.edu/about/jobartlibrarian.htm.