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Student Assistant - BEST Library

Job Number: 495587

Department: BEST Library

Location: Oxford, OH

The Student Assistant position works at the front desk as our first tier to helping patrons with questions.

Electronic Resources Librarian/Assistant Librarian

Job Number: 495435

Department: King Library

Location: Oxford, OH

Miami University Libraries seeks an innovative, forward-thinking, tech-savvy, and service-minded colleague for the role of Electronic Resources Librarian/Assistant Librarian in the Access & Borrow Department (A&B). The position will provide leadership for electronic and continuing resources. This is an opportunity to reinvent and rebuild ERM services and tasks to maximize departmental resources. The new hire will administer a 4.1 million dollar budget, have primary oversight over electronic resource and serial workflows, and supervise two classified staff. The position carries responsibilities for scholarly activities and professional service for promotion and continuing contract.

King Library - Student Assistant

Job Number: 495245

Department: King Library

Location: Oxford, OH

Responsibilities include: assist patrons with collection materials in the Special Collections & University Archives Reading Room; field reference questions; answer departmental telephone; retrieve and shelve books and materials using the Library of Congress call number system and an in-house archival records system; shift books; organize and index collection materials; use databases and word processing software; assist in classroom setup and tear down; assist in preserving collection materials; digitize and index materials for digital collections; and other duties as assigned. 10-14 hours per week (between 8:30am and 5pm, Monday-Friday). Minimal training or prior knowledge of work is required.

Visiting Data and Immersive Technologies Librarian or Specialist

Job Number: 495345

Department: King Library

Location: Oxford, OH

Miami University Libraries seeks a dynamic and creative Visiting Data and Immersive Technologies Librarian/Specialist for the Create and Innovate department. This visiting position is a one year appointment with the possibility of renewal for a second year based on funding and performance. The successful candidate will join a team currently working in and supporting innovative services such as data visualization and GIS, virtual reality, makerspaces, 3D printing, digital scholarship, open educational resources, collaborative learning spaces, and high-end multimedia labs.

Web Services Librarian and Assistant/Associate Librarian

Job Number: 495145

Department: King Library

Location: Oxford, OH

Miami University Libraries seeks a creative and user-oriented colleague for the position of Web Services Librarian. This position is part of a team that leads the Libraries’ efforts to enhance its virtual spaces, working closely with other Library departments to develop and expand online library services. This team takes leadership in setting direction for the Libraries’ web presence including selection, implementation, and maintenance of web-based library tools; usability of web services and products and developing and delivering training for web based products and services. The Libraries are currently migrating from Drupal as its content management system to Jekyll, a static site generator. This position reports to the Director of Library IT and works onsite.

Visiting Manuscript Librarian

Job Number: 495188

Department: King Library

Location: Oxford, OH

The Miami University Libraries seeks a dynamic librarian to process manuscript and archival collections including political papers. Reporting to the Head of the Department of Steward & Sustain, the Visiting Manuscripts Librarian will be involved in all aspects of manuscript and archival processing, including accessioning, arranging and describing manuscript and archival collections and creating descriptive metadata such as finding aids and catalog records as needed.