DATE ENTERED: September 25, 2019
POSITION: Regional Librarian
LOCATION: Saint Leo University’s Daniel A. Cannon Memorial Library
APPLY BY: No date specified

Saint Leo University’s Daniel A. Cannon Memorial Library is seeking an outgoing, creative, energetic, and team oriented librarian for Saint Leo University in the Virginia region to become part of our team. You must be willing to travel; your home base will be in Virginia, near Chesapeake and Langley.  The ideal candidate will have a heart for outreach and have teaching experience in person and online.
This tenure-track faculty position is expected to provides reference and research support, instruction, some writing support, and other library services to Saint Leo University students and faculty in all Virginia area centers, as well as the Columbus, Mississippi, San Diego, CA, and Corpus Christi, TX centers

The Regional Librarian will communicate and collaborate with center faculty regularly to ascertain future academic support needs; attending regional/center faculty meetings and reviews syllabi for required readings and research assignments. Visit the Virginia education center(s) at least three times per 8 week term, and will visit assigned non-Virginia education centers at least once per year. The Regional Librarian is also responsible for creating learning objects to support students’ information needs each academic year, such as LibGuides, tutorials, handouts, videos, etc., He or she will also work collaboratively with the Instruction and Assessment Librarian to determine and provide data and reports to assess the Virginia region instruction and information literacy efforts in a manner that supports accreditation standards and the mission of the library.

The Regional Librarian will also work cooperatively with the Director of Library Services and the Vice President of World Wide to review and attain full compliance with the standards of library support stated in applicable service memoranda of understanding at various centers across the region; collecting and tracking data on instruction sessions, outreach efforts, service projects, retention, etc. The Regional Librarian also establishes professional relationships with local librarians and libraries in order to familiarize him or herself with area library resources and services, and maintain or establish reciprocal borrowing privileges for Saint Leo University students and faculty, promoting use of statewide library services such as Find It Virginia and TexShare.

This position is expected to participate in faculty development activities and service to the community, and to participate in state, regional, and national professional activities and continuing education workshops as appropriate Tenure track faculty librarians are expected to support the mission of the university through their work in the library, publish, and present at conferences; and, give of their time and talent through service to the university, the larger community, and the profession.

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