Job Posting: Librarian/Archivist, University of Dayton, OH

The University Libraries at the University of Dayton is seeking a highly motivated nine-month project Librarian/Archivist to work on a collaborative project with The Dayton Art Institute Library and Archives. The position will work at the museum location near downtown Dayton and report to the University Archivist at the University of Dayton. TheDAI Librarian/Archivist will analyze the DAI Library and make recommendations to provide the best possible access to current and future collections. This position will evaluate the DAI Library and make recommendations about selection, replacement, and withdrawal of print and non-print materials. Additionally, this position will identify materials in the Dayton Art Institute Library that are required to support the work of the Curatorial and Education Departments.

Minimum Qualifications

Master’s Degree in Library or Information Science from an ALA-accredited program or Master’s Degree in History with an emphasis on archival coursework or training.
Knowledge of processing archival collections.
Knowledge of basic library science/library operations.
Strong written communication skills.
Ability to lift and carry materials weighing up to approximately 40 lbs.

Preferred Qualifications

Two or more years professional experience in archives and libraries.
Experience working in an art museum.
B.A. in Art History or related field.
Demonstrated successful experience with:
1. Evaluating and assessing library and archival collection.
2. Arranging, describing and cataloging collections of archival materials.
3. Basic library operations including cataloging and classification.
4. Integrated Library Systems (ILS) such as Innovate Interfaces.
Ability to effectively organize work, determine priorities, make decisions, and complete assigned duties by deadline.
Ability to work independently.
Effective interpersonal communication skills.
Valid Driver’s license with less than six points.

More information and application: https://jobs.udayton.edu/postings/18530

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