Participate in a robust library instruction program, providing in-person and online library instruction for the general education program and courses in the humanities, especially in the English Department. * Work collaboratively with university humanities and library faculty to develop innovative and effective approaches to strengthening student information literacy skills. * Develop relationships with faculty and in-depth knowledge of the curriculum and research of the assigned departments. * Collaboratively develop and participate in library outreach and engagement programs. * Develop and manage collections (electronic, multimedia, and print) in relevant disciplines to support the research and teaching needs of faculty and students. * Assist users in person and online with finding information, conducting research, and using the Library?s resources. * Engage with a dynamic university community using both traditional research methods and emerging modes of scholarship and pedagogies. * Meet library faculty guidelines for promotion and tenure, including requirements for scholarship and service to the library, the university, and the profession.
ALA-accredited master’s degree or equivalent advanced degree. * Demonstrated commitment to diversity, equity and inclusion. * Knowledge of trends and best practices in academic library instruction. * Demonstrated commitment to user services. * Subject knowledge and experience with one or more humanities disciplines. * One or more years of teaching experience.