Current Faculty Openings
Part Time Librarian
Job Description: The librarian reports jointly to the Dean of the College (Phoenix campus) and also to the Library Director at Southwestern Assemblies of God University in Waxahachie, Texas and has responsibility for all aspects of library operations, including:
- hiring and supervision of library staff,
- strategic planning with respect to the future growth and development of the library, and initiating and monitoring library programs and services.
The librarian works to ensure that the Library's collection and resources are sufficient to meet the primary goal of supporting the teaching and research needs of the college's faculty, staff and students, and ensures that the library is in compliance with accreditation standards, and supports the Library's relations with SAGU, library consortia, and professional organizations. This person may also have certain teaching, service, scholarship, and/or other administrative responsibilities.
- MLS or MIS from an ALA accredited program preferred; or a candidate for the MLS or the MIS willing to serve as a Library Associate may be considered.
- management experience;
- possess a sound knowledge of and experience in library administration,
- demonstrate outstanding knowledge of the research, teaching, and educational needs of highly productive faculty and diverse student body, and
- possess strong supervisory, communication and leadership skills; possess a reputation among peers for professional achievement, scholarship and leadership in academic law librarianship, and a commitment to the mission of the college that includes working with an ethnically diverse student body.
Hours: 20 hours per week, 9 months a year
Salary: Commensurate with experience
This position begins in January 2017 (and possibly sooner) and will be advertised until filled.
Current Staff Openings
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U.S. Department of Labor
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