Graduate Studies and Learning Assessment Librarian -- University of the Incarnate Word -- San Antonio, TX

Position Title: Graduate Studies and Learning Assessment Librarian
Department: Library Services

Description of Job Duty:
Participate in and develop new graduate student orientations (all instructional modalities), develop and host workshops that introduce graduate students to disciplinary research in partnership with liaison librarians, create online artifacts and guides that support graduate level research, provide information literacy instruction to graduate level courses, create and host seminars focused on conducting literature reviews, work with the Dean of Libraries in designing, implementing, and reporting program assessments for co-curricular and information literacy activities in partnership with the Coordinator of Instruction and the Director of Public Services.

Knowledge Skills and Abilities:
Demonstrated knowledge of intellectual property concepts related to graduate studies such as open access, open educational resources, fair use, and predatory publishing. Expertise in developing, implementing, and assessing programs of learning assessment. Expertise in graduate level research activities in academic libraries in support of the institutional mission. Expertise in the systems used to organize and parse data as well as the design of learning assessments in academic libraries. Strong communication and collaborative skills, including written, oral, and teaching/presenting. Commitment to collegial working environment. Commitment to working with racially and ethnically diverse students and faculty. Ability to work effectively with individuals from diverse communities and cultures. Employee shall adhere to all applicable rules and regulations of the University, the Conference, and the NCAA.

Required Education: MLS/MLIS or equivalent from an ALA-accredited institution.

Required Work Experience:
Four plus years of experience in academic libraries working in a related position as a professional librarian. Extensive experience working with faculty and students in providing reference/instruction and curricular support. Extensive experience developing interactive online artifacts in support of teaching, learning, and scholarship and knowledge of discovery and bibliographic tools.

Preferred Qualifications:
Six years of experience in academic libraries working in a related position as a professional librarian. Direct responsibilities for assessment of learning in academic libraries. Direct responsibility for administering programs that support faculty and students conducting research. Direct experience administering systems that organize and parse data for the purposes of assessment and discovery.

Work Hours:
Hours may vary depending on need. Some hours teaching evening and weekend classes when scheduled. Participation in desk hours. Hours will be set for a typical semester.

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