STEM Librarian at Southern New Hampshire University- Manchester, NH

Southern New Hampshire University’s traditional campus is currently seeking a
STEM Librarian. This full-time 12-month library faculty position reports to
the Dean of the Shapiro Libary. The STEM Librarian serves as a College of
Engineering, Technology, and Aeronautics (CETA) liaison and member of the
library’s faculty team to develop and deliver a range of innovative library
services that facilitate the curricular and research needs of students and
faculty in STEM disciplines across all SNHU academic units. This individual
provides beginning through advanced level support for searching scientific
databases, participates in regular reference/research service for all
students, collaborates with colleagues and disciplinary faculty to develop,
promote and provide library instruction and information literacy initiatives
across the university.

Essential duties and responsibilities of this position include the following:
Provide and promote information literacy instruction, particularly in the STEM
Participate in instructional design of online and traditional courses. Develop
effective research assignments, and online research guides and tutorials
Assess learning outcomes and contribute overall to assessment of library
instruction, services, programs, and other initiatives
Provide research assistance through traditional and innovative means in
accordance with the library’s mission and user service guidelines
Collaboratively develop library programs and outreach initiatives that support
faculty and students in the STEM disciplines
Participate in collection development in support of assigned STEM fields,
including policy, selection, and weeding. Conduct collection analyses and
participate in accreditation and self-study activities
Monitor scholarly publishing trends and their impact on information and
library services to STEM students and faculty
Serve the library and university through participation on campus-wide
committees, including leadership of selected committees
Participate in scholarly and professional activities including publication of
journal articles and book reviews and presentations at regional and national
professional conferences that contribute to the practice of academic

Minimum Qualifications:
Work requires a M.L.S. or M.L.I.S. from an American Library Association
accredited institution or foreign equivalent
Knowledge of electronic and traditional resources and trends in library
services in STEM disciplines
Expertise using library systems, including research databases and discovery
Knowledge of information literacy and instructional techniques
Knowledge of bibliometric and other tools related to scholarly communications

Preferred Qualifications:
Bachelor’s degree in a STEM discipline, or two years of experience working
with STEM faculty and students, or equivalent experience
Second Master’s degree in an academic discipline, in the sciences, or a
related field, or advanced coursework in Library Science

Work Hours:
Typically Monday through Friday 8:00am-4:30pm, with some evening/weekend hours
required in support of library and university needs. Schedule may be adjusted
as needed to support academic programs.
A background check is required for employment. Please submit a cover letter,
in addition to your resume, with your application.

Apply here:—North-River-Road/STEM-Librarian_R0001441-1

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