Job Posting: Arts Librarian (contract), University of Ottawa, Ottawa, Ontario

http://current.ischool.utoronto.ca/jobsite/2015/biblioth-caire-sp-cialis-pour-les-arts-remplacement-arts-librarian-replacement

Replacement librarian (July 2015 to June 2016)

Responsibilities: The University of Ottawa Library seeks an innovative, energetic and service-oriented Arts Replacement Librarian for the Morisset Library. The successful candidate will be a creative individual who works well with other colleagues in a challenging and changing environment.

Description: As part of a team of Arts librarians, the incumbent participates in the development and provision of orientation and teaching programs, provides reference and in-depth research services and is responsible for faculty liaison and collection development activities in the assigned disciplines.
The main function of this position consists in working in collaboration with faculty and the library team to promote and integrate information literacy into the curricula of relevant courses and in ensuring the development of arts collections in assigned disciplines. The librarian will be responsible for improving access and ensuring effective use of scholarly resources in support of the teaching and research mission of the University of Ottawa.

Qualifications: A Master’s degree in Library and Information Studies (M.L.I.S.) from an ALA accredited institution or equivalent;
Two (2) years of professional experience, or fewer, depending on relevance of experience to the position;
University degree in humanities, preferably at the graduate level;
Knowledge of scholarly information and research methods in humanities acquired through studies or professional experience;
Knowledge of information technologies relevant to libraries including knowledge of or experience with instructional technologies;
Pertinent knowledge of and experience in the areas of reference, teaching and collection development;
Excellent interpersonal and communication skills;
Bilingual (English and French), written and spoken, including the ability to teach in both official languages.

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