To support the Bethel community in the promotion, facilitation, and teaching of information literacy, research skills, active lifelong learning, and truth seeking. To evaluate and communicate the effectiveness and value of the University Library achieved within the context of a broad array of resources the library collects and/or promotes.
Provide liaison services to assigned departments/programs. These services include:
Provide Research assistance in person, via email, chat, phone, etc.
Provide Scholarly Communications Support
Serve on committees (e.g. CAS & CAPS/GS, CLIC consortium, working groups.) - Contribute to the ongoing professional development of the staff, working with others to collectively provide up-to-date information on the profession culled from workshops, conferences, and the scholarly literature.
Academic library setting preferred.
MLS/MLIS from an ALA-accredited program in LIS required.
This is a 1.00 FTE, 12 months per year position, and includes evening and weekend shifts. It is expected that about half of the information literacy instruction sessions taught will take place off-campus or online.