Instruction & Reference Librarian
Job Summary: The Instruction & Reference Librarian will participate in the establishment and implementation of policies and procedures for operational initiatives, reference and user services, instruction and learning, collection management, and assessment for the Schaumburg Campus Library. As a member of the Library's Administrative Team, Librarian will assist in the development and implementation of the library's strategic plan. The Librarian formulate strategies to keep the Schaumburg Campus Library moving forward in meeting the challenges of new and evolving modes of instruction and reference services, implementation of emerging technologies, participation in professional discourse, and engaging the campus community in strategically addressing developments in academic librarianship. As Pharmacy & Science liaison, the Librarian will provide full library services and support to the College of Pharmacy and the Schaumburg campus College of Arts & Sciences faculty and students, including but not limited to; reference services, instruction and learning, in-person and online, collection development, technology and technology related support. Under the direction of the Director of Libraries. The Librarian manages all aspects of the daily operations, instruction and learning, reference & user services, and technology services at the Schaumburg Campus Library
Minimum Qualifications: Please refer to knowledge, skills, and abilities required.
Job Type: Full-Time
Knowledge, Skills and Abilities Required: Master's in Library and Information Science from an ALA accredited program. Experienced in current research, trends, and issues within science, health science, and other science related disciplines. Experienced in the teaching, learning, providing reference, and assessment of science, health science, and other science related disciplines. Experienced in implementing and managing multiple projects and bringing them to completion. Experience using Blackboard, LibGuides or CMS platforms. Understanding of current issues and trends facing libraries and the changing nature of the academic library environment supporting instruction and learning, reference and user services, and technology. Strong technical and technological aptitude. Excellent organizational, communication (written and verbal), interpersonal skills and attention to detail. Ability to exercise considerable judgment and discretion in establishing and maintaining good working relationships. Ability to demonstrate a commitment to service excellence by embodying Roosevelt's core values, mission, and vision in every aspect of the role working with students, faculty, staff, and visitors. A positive and professional demeanor is a must. Demonstrated proficiency in Microsoft Office Suite including Word, Excel, and Outlook.
Preferred Qualifications: AACP or equivalent affiliation preferred. BA/BS in Pharmacy, Science, or Health Sciences related discipline a plus.
Roosevelt University is an Equal Opportunity Employer and welcomes women, LGBTQ, disabled, veterans, international and minority-classified individuals as applicants for all positions.