Reporting to the Assistant Director of Access and Collection Services, the Acquisitions and Electronic Resources Management Librarian has primary responsibility for acquiring all print and electronic resources; renewal of serials and databases; payment and tracking of invoices; maintaining acquisitions data and records; harvesting and analyzing electronic resources usage statistics; and vendor interaction.
The Acquisitions Librarian coordinates with the Assistant Director to monitor the acquisitions budget; troubleshoot electronic resources access problems; batch upload/delete MARC record updates; manage the Law Schoolâ€™s digital repository on bepress; assist users in accessing library resources at the Circulation desk; perform other responsibilities as needed to ensure the smooth operation of the library; and continue intellectual and professional growth through involvement in professional associations relevant to the demands of the position and fostering strong working relationships with colleagues in other academic law libraries.
The Acquisitions and Electronic Resources Management Librarian is part of the Access & Collections Services team and works with the Assistant Director to coordinate five Access & Collection Services staff and works collaboratively with all library team members in carrying out the long and short term objectives and goals of the library and the Law School.
This is an onsite position; work for this role is performed on campus. The usual schedule for this position is Monday â€" Friday, 9:00am â€" 5:00pm. This position is currently working 4 days on alternating weeks.
Internal Number: 899124-21
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