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Collection Development/Reference Librarian
   (December graduates encouraged to apply)
 
The Health Sciences Library at East Carolina University is
seeking applicants for a collection development/reference
librarian position.
 
Responsibilities: reviews approval slips and
other publisher information to identify currently published
materials needed for the collection, consults with the acquisition
associate about orders, vendors, etc., reviews and evaluates the
acquisitions module of the online library system and participates
in modification of it, recommends revisions for the collection
development policy, surveys the monographic collection to
identify subjects in which additional titles are needed, develops
mechanisms for collection evaluation and for removal of obsolete
titles, works in designated public service areas (approximately
12-15 hours/week), and works on special projects as assigned.
 
Information about the HSL may be viewed on the library's homepage at
www.hsl.ecu.edu
 
Applicants must have an ALA-accredited degree in library
science.  They must also meet one of the following requirements:
undergraduate or graduate degree in basic/life/health sciences;
course work or internship in health sciences librarianship; or one
year or equivalent experience in an academic health sciences
library.  Membership in the Academy of Health Information
Professionals required within one year of date of employment.
 
Minimum salary (no experience): $28,270.  To apply submit
resume, 2 letters of reference, and transcripts (photocopies
acceptable) for all academic work.  Resume and references
required for applicant screening which will begin November 4,
1996.
 
Contact Dr. Jo Ann Bell, Director, Health Sciences
Library, East Carolina University, Greenville, NC  27858-4354.
 
ECU is an EOE/AA Employer which accommodates the needs of
individuals with disabilities.  Minority applicants are encouraged
to apply.  Federal law requires proper documentation of identity
and employability at the time of employment.  It is requested that
this documentation be included with your application.  (9/4/96)