Reference Instruction & Cooperative Purchasing Associate Director @ Minitex

22 Sep 2016 9:47 PM | Deleted user

Minitex is seeking applicants for the position of Reference Instruction & Cooperative Purchasing Associate Director.


Minitex is a publicly supported consortium of academic, public, school and special libraries in Minnesota, North Dakota, and South Dakota that work cooperatively to enhance the libraries’ services to their patron communities. Minitex's suite of services promotes effective delivery of needed information, partnerships, and sharing library resources.
 A joint program of the Office of Higher Education and the University of Minnesota, Minitex operates as a division of the University Libraries, based at the University of Minnesota, Twin Cities Campus. 

This Associate Director position reports to the Minitex Director and is responsible for providing organizational leadership, and directs the Electronic Library for Minnesota (ELM), the Cooperative Purchasing & Electronic Resources Services (CPERS), the Reference Outreach & Instruction (ROI), and the AskMN virtual reference programs. The position serves as one of Minitex’ liaisons to the education, library, and workforce communities; leads coordination and negotiation of licenses to electronic resources and library products for Minitex participants; works cooperatively to facilitate opportunities for library staff to meet their continuing education and professional development needs. This position represents and speaks on behalf of Minitex in local, regional, and national meetings.

 

For a full job description and to apply please use the following link: http://z.umn.edu/ulib367

 

The position is available immediately and the application process is open until filled. Reference Job No. UL367 and Job ID# 312610 when applying.

 

Minitex is located on the West Bank of the Twin Cities Campus of the University of Minnesota. The West Bank is a unique and vibrant neighborhood of Minneapolis known for its music, restaurants, and international culture. The Twin Cities and Minnesota continue to top lists for best places to live, happiness, most literate cities, best parks, best biking trails, most theater seats per capita, and many more. The Twin Cities enjoy the best of all four seasons with plenty of outdoor and indoor activities.


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