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Multiple positions, Livingstone College, Salisbury, NC

Positions Open at Livingstone College, Salisbury, N.C.
http://livingstone.edu/human-resources/ 

Position Catalog and Systems Librarian
Division: Academic Affairs
Department: Andrew Carnegie Library
Reports to: Director of Library Services
Position Summary
The Catalog/Systems Librarian will oversee operations and maintenance of Livingstone College’s Library systems (OCLC WorldShare Management and WorldCat). This will include following national standards and establishing local policies for description and classification of materials, bibliographic control, inventory functions and management of the bibliographic database. The Catalog/Systems Librarian will work collaboratively with library staff to provide excellent customer service and serve as a liaison to one of the college’s academic divisions (Div. of Liberal Arts and Humanities or Division of Business).

Position Reference Librarian
Division: Academic Affairs
Department: Andrew Carnegie Library
Reports to: Director of Library Services
Position Summary
The Reference Librarian will provide specialized reference service to students, faculty, and others through in-person, telephone, and email when necessary. The Reference Librarian will also provide individualized research assistance; participate collaboratively with colleagues and faculty to develop, promote, and provide library instruction and information literacy; participate in collection development; serve as a liaison to one of the college’s academic divisions.