Closes: Wednesday, November 1, 2017
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A Master of Library Science degree from an accredited college or university, or equivalent with two years of professional library experience
Fayetteville Technical Community College is seeking qualified applicants for this full-time position to plan and implement effective information literacy instruction, reference, and circulation services and programs, and the preparation of all resources for library use. Oversee library functions in the absence of the Director. Provide general assistance to students, faculty and staff in understanding how to utilize learning resources. Monitor student activities relating to computer usage. Assist with maintaining an up-to-date collection of both print and non-print resources. Conduct Library Orientation on demand. Perform technical tasks: Book and materials inventories, processing and cataloging books and audiovisual acquisitions, and lamination of materials. Participate in professional developments and departmental meetings. Some weekend work will be assigned. Perform other duties as assigned by the Director or the Assoc. Vice President of Academic Support
Duties may include, but are not limited to, the following:
Perform professional library tasks in assigned service/program area including reference, circulation, cataloging, and/or audio visual services.
Provide reference, instructional and bibliographic services to students, faculty, staff and to the general public.
Assist students, faculty and staff with the location of materials utilizing in-house resources, computer searches and inter-library loan services.
Advise and assist patrons in the use of various reference sources, library resources, and research methodologies.
Oversee circulation operations.
Conduct Library tours; advise and assist Library patrons in the use of Library catalogs and other reference tools.
Prepare curriculum-oriented bibliographic guides to the library’s collections; supervise and direct their production and distribution to users.
Consult with the teaching faculty regarding needed materials for classes and assignments.
Classify and catalog print and non-print materials using standard reference tools.
Review new publications and collection materials and make recommendations on materials for acquisition and/or disposition, including books, publications, reference materials and related materials.
Locate, preview and order audio visual materials; ensure audio visual inventory meets needs of faculty and administrative staff.
Work with faculty in the selection of audio visual materials to ensure curriculum goals and objectives are met.
Catalog audio visual materials for easy referral.
Assist in the development and implementation of special programs and services.
Compile Library activity reports and statistics regarding assigned area of responsibility.
Direct and review the work of assigned technical and clerical library staff.
Perform related duties as assigned.
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