The University Library couldn't function without our team of dedicated, creative, and knowledgeable staff and faculty. We strive to recruit dynamic, engaged, and student-oriented members to our team.
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Collection Development Librarian
The University Library at the Jean and Charles Schulz Information Center invites you to join our team in an exciting time of renewal and transformation. Sonoma State University welcomes a new President and a new Provost, and the Library, under the leadership of a new Dean, is focusing on developing and growing a new faculty. The University Library is a student-focused library that thrives on innovation and creativity. In a time of tremendous change we are looking ahead, and we are seeking dedicated and future-oriented professionals who are passionate about student learning to help us build a strong, collaborative team.
The Collection Development Librarian will provide leadership for developing and assessing the library’s collections in a collaborative team environment. This successful candidate will bring a forward-thinking and strategic perspective, keep an eye on new and emerging trends in collection development, and craft an innovative approach to the library’s collections that is both student-centered and responsive to University curriculum. This person will also serve as a liaison to designated departments on campus, and will participate in building a progressive information literacy curriculum.
This position requires an ALA-accredited MLS/MLIS/MIS degree, at least three years experience in an academic library, and experience with collection development and management, acquisitions, and/or electronic resource management. This position has the potential to be hired at the Associate level. See the full position description and apply online (search for job ID number 104248). First review of applications will take place on November 7.
Instruction and Learning Assessment Librarian
Are you passionate about student learning? Are you enthusiastic about the role of librarians as partners in higher education? Are you committed to working in a collaborative environment grounded in shared leadership? The University Library at the Jean and Charles Schulz Information Center is looking for an Instruction and Learning Assessment Librarian to provide guidance for developing and assessing the library’s information literacy program.
Sonoma State University is embarking on an exciting time of renewal and transformation, under the leadership of a new President and executive cabinet, as well as a new Library Dean. We are focused on building a strong library faculty, and are looking for a candidate who is flexible, responsive, and creative, and who bring strong analytical and strategic thinking skills to the library.
The University Library is a student-focused library that thrives on innovation and creativity. The successful candidate will bring a student-focused approach to teaching and learning, will work across the campus to build relationships and promote information literacy, and will work closely with colleagues to integrate information literacy into the fabric of the university library.
This position requires an ALA-accredited MLS/MLIS/MIS degree, at least three years experience in an academic library, and experience with instruction in a primarily undergraduate environment. See the full position description and apply online (search for job ID number 104290). First review of applications will take place December 6.
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The Library is proud to be one of the largest student employers on campus. Student assistants work on an hourly basis to support a wide range of Library services, including public services, book shelving, technology services, Automated Retrieval System (ARS) support, and various administrative duties. The Library aims to cross-train student assistants so they may work in more than one area.
Flexible work shifts are available, including evenings and weekends. Pay is dependent on experience and skill levels; in the few cases where specific and specialized skill sets are sought, such as graphic design, video editing, or foreign language proficiency, or when advanced job responsibilities are assigned, the pay rate may increase. Library student employees can work a maximum of 20 hours per week.
To work in the Library, a student must be currently enrolled at Sonoma State University. All students are encouraged to apply.