Applications are now being accepted for First Year Outreach Services Librarian, part of the Instructional Services Team at Birnbaum Library, Pace University in New York City. This position offers an opportunity for the right person to apply their skills and knowledge in a way that allows them to grow in the position, and for the position to evolve based on their experience, skills and knowledge. This position requires the employee be on-campus the majority of their time. Finalists will be asked to provide contact information for three References.
Collaborate with members of the Instructional Services Team and departmental faculty in designing, teaching, and promoting instruction in Information Literacy and research skills embodied in the Core curriculum to enable first-year students to become competent, independent, and ethical information seekers and users; ease the transition from high school; reaffirm the University’s commitment to student-centered learning; and support the institution’s effort to increase student persistence and retention rates. Collaborate with members of the I.S. Team and departmental faculty in facilitating multi-faceted instructional services for the Pace community including curricular-based instruction, drop-in workshops and seminars, interactive web-based tutorials, library orientation tours, on-the-road presentations, and other forms of community outreach. Share responsibility for scheduling functions and activities conducted by the Instructional Services Division. Perform all aspects of client-based reference, research, and information services.
For full Position Description and to apply: https://careers.pace.edu/postings/23296
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