Instructional Services Librarian
Job posted to this site on August 26th at 1:25pm
Application Deadline: September 30th 2022
Applications are now being accepted for Instructional 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 three professional references.
Participate as a member the Instructional Services Team in a dynamic Information Literacy Instruction program. Design, teach, and assess learning in a multi-faceted program including curricular-based instruction, individual tutorials, drop-in workshops and seminars, interactive web-based tutorials, and library orientation tours and presentations. Overall, this position provides support for undergraduate and graduate students in a variety of programs and disciplines. This position may provide research, research skills development, and scholarly communication assistance for faculty and staff, as well. As a team member, share responsibility for scheduling functions and activities conducted by the Instructional Services Team. The Instructional Services team emphasizes the development of autonomous learners, facilitates lifelong learning, and promotes Core Curriculum learning outcomes, including Information Literacy and critical thinking. The Instructional Services Librarian also serves as a supporting member of the Research and Reference team, providing individualized support both in person and virtually. The Instructional Services team reaffirms the University’s commitment to student-centered teaching and learning and supports the institution’s efforts to increase student persistence and retention rates.
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LocationMost work will take place at One Pace Plaza, NY, NY and then at 15 Beekman (currently under construction); some instruction will take place in other Pace buildings in Lower Manhattan, between 5-15 minutes away on foot
$59,500 - $62,000 yearly
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