Coordinator for Access Services/Asst or Assoc Prof
The Coordinator for Access Services (CAS), University of Nebraska at Kearney, is responsible for maintaining access to the Library and its information collections by coordinating policies and procedures and supervising all staff involved in circulation services, InterLibrary Loan and related functions. The CAS consults with the Dean of the Library on matters affecting public services and policies, and on all matters pertaining to the security, maintenance and use of the library building. This highly visible position involves actively assisting library patrons and monitoring multiple library functions. The CAS serves as backup for InterLibrary Loan operations. The person in this position is the University Library’s primary liaison to the Facilities Management and Campus Police departments, oversees the library’s Disaster Preparedness Plan and Emergency Procedures, and serves as liaison in campus-wide emergency planning. The CAS serves as liaison to selected academic departments and, along with other librarians, provides in person and online research assistance and instruction to individuals in the use of the library’s services and resources. This position will include evening and weekend hours and occasionally unexpected hours. This is a twelve-month, tenure-track faculty position reporting to the Dean of the Library. Along with the Coordinator for Public Services and the Coordinator for Technology Services, the CAS serves on the Dean’s management team. Salary: $74,000 minimum. Start Date: November 1, 2018 or earlier. Full position description at: http://unk.peopleadmin.com/postings/2291
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