The Associate University Librarian, Learning, Research, and User Services provides leadership, strategic direction, assessment, and support for the Library’s accessible, user-focused information programs, learning, and research support programs, policies, and operational services within the Library and its facilities; the area includes several departments comprising a substantial number of staff who provide general and specialized information services, including subject and departmental liaison librarians responsible for teaching, reference, and research consultations, collection development and curation; as well functional specialists responsible for instructional design, user experience, accessibility, student engagement and outreach; and support for circulation, interlibrary borrowing and document delivery, and accessibility services. As a member of the Library’s senior leadership team reporting to the University Librarian, the incumbent works closely with the team on Library-wide strategy, planning, policy, and management of resources.
Leads, supports, and develops strategy for learning, research, and user services programs:
Supports and implements organizational strategy and effective communication:
Establishes, sustains, and assesses partnerships and collaborations on strategic goals:
Manages, mentors, and supports professional development and training:
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