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Sunday, January 31, 2016

AMPS Intern Training Program for Recent Graduates and MLS Students

The AMPS Intern Training Program is specifically designed to prepare early careers librarians for the changing nature of the job market in which their ability to transfer their skills to non-standard contexts will be a key attribute. Among the skills trainees develop are research and reference; electronic information resources; promotion and author outreach; resource development; archiving and metadata; records management; liaison.

The scheme is run  ‘for-credit’ and ‘not-for-credit’ allowing current MLS students to complement their studies with practical training and providing recent graduates with their first library related work experience.Architecture_media_politics_society (AMPS C.I.O.) is  a non-profit research organization. Its peer-reviewed, open access journal Architecture_MPS (ISSN 2050-9006) is published with UCL Press. It represents a first in scholarly publication in that it is run by both an academic and a librarian team.

Several positions are available in:
Job 1. Digital Archive/ Resource Repository/Outreach
You will be integral to collating an innovative resource repository of open access online information. Central to this will be outreach through online channels, principally social media (Twitter, Facebook, Pinterest). The resources will vary and will be related to our conferences, research programs and the areas investigated by our international team of researchers.
Job 2. Reference/Research Support
You will be responsible for supporting the academic researchers engaged in AMPS publications and research programs and more generally supporting the needs of the organization. You do not need subject experience. Typical research areas include architecture librarianship, urbanism, sustainability, health and government policy. You will report to the Head of Research.

Read more about the Intern Training Program here (including statements from former interns):
Please email your CV and cover letter to Rachel Isaac-Menard, Head of Research, at with ‘Intern Training Program’ in the subject line by February 8th, 2016. Please indicate which of the jobs you are interested in.

Call for Volunteers, Minnesota Library Association (Advocating for Minnesota's libraries, librarians and library staff)

There are a few new committees this year and we are looking for volunteers from the membership to help get them started.  There are also a few spots open on the conference planning committee. Working with the association is a great way to meet people, share a skill and have some fun. You are also giving back to your profession. If you are interested in volunteering please contact either Margaret Stone, or Maggie Snow, .

Conference Planning Committee: Help plan the next conference!
 - Co-conference chair: this is a two year commitment. The first year is spent observing and learning followed by the second year as the lead.
 - Program / schedule team: this team works with the Past-President to help organize the conference sessions for the two days of the conference and put together the conference program.  We need just a couple more people.
 - Exhibitors: Working with a partner this position identifies and invites vendors who pay to exhibit at the conference.
 - Keynote / special speakers: have experience or knowledge of leaders in the field.

Education Committee: This is a new committee to the association that is being developed in response to the request of the membership.  As a part of this team you will find or develop professional education opportunities for the membership.

MLA Website:  We are looking for someone(s) to help make the association website more user friendly.  Coding experience not required.

Graphic Designer: Occasionally we need someone with skills and artistic eye to make a logo or graphic look fabulous!

Saturday, January 30, 2016

Grad Hired!

We are very pleased to share the news that Kristen Cooper has joined ABES {agricultural, biological, and environmental sciences, I think} as the new plant sciences librarian.  Kristen is a recent MLIS graduate of Saint Catherine University and has a bachelor's degree in marine biology from Texas A&M University at Galveston.  She's been working at the University of Minnesota since 2007 as senior and then principal laboratory technician in the Chemistry Department, and has gained library experience as a volunteer in Hennepin County Library and through a teaching assistant practicum at MCTC.
In her new position Kristen will liaise with the Departments of Plant Pathology, Agronomy and Plant Genetics, and Plant Biology.  My deep thanks and appreciation go to Shannon Farrell, Julie Kelly, and Megan Kocher for serving as interim liaison to those three departments.

Friday, January 29, 2016

Visual Resources Specialist, Macalester College

Department:          Art & Art History
Appointment:        Part Time - Regular
Priority Date:        2/4/16

Macalester College seeks to hire a part-time Visual Resources Specialist. This position will be working in the Art and Art History department and will be responsible for maintaining and developing the Digital Image Collection. Applications for this position will be accepted through February 4, 2016.

For more information visit:

Out of State Opportunities for Spring Graduates!

Tenure-track - STEM Librarian (Position open until filled)
The Library at Shippensburg University invites applications for a tenure-track faculty librarian, starting in August 2016, who will serve as the STEM Librarian. This full-time faculty librarian position holds several primary areas of responsibility. These include taking a leadership role in the development of relationships between the university library and faculty in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics disciplines; developing and delivering a range of innovative library services that facilitate the curricular and research needs of students and faculty in STEM disciplines. This opening is a great opportunity for a new library school graduate who has significant coursework in a STEM field as an undergraduate or a graduate.  An official major or minor in a STEM field is not required.  While a second master’s degree is required for tenure for this full faculty position, the university provides 100% free tuition.  A lack of preferred qualifications is not a disqualifying factor. Further job description can be found at

Thursday, January 28, 2016

MAOT Program, Grad Assistant 1, St. Catherine University

MLIS Students: There's an opportunity to work as a Graduate Administrative Assistant for another master's program at St. Catherine University. The MAOT (Master of Occupational Therapy) program has an opening for a Grad Assistant 1, 8 hrs. per week. To see the full job description, log into KatieCareer system and search for Job ID 10824, Job Title, MAOT Graduate Assistant 1. The contact person is the MAOT Program Director, Dr. Karen M. Sames.

Volunteer Opportunity at Forecast Public Art

Position:         Volunteer Cataloger
Reports to: Information and Communications Coordinator
Hours:         3 hours every other week
Duration: Ongoing/flexible

Forecast seeks a volunteer cataloger to assist with the maintenance of their Public Art Library. Housed in the Forecast office in St. Paul, the Public Art Library maintains a non-circulating collection of more than 2,000 print, digital, and multimedia materials from the field of public art. With a collection as diverse as the field of public art itself, the library includes exhibition catalogs, artist monographs, journals and periodicals, reference materials, public art maps and guides, and DVDs.

Position is unpaid, but experience may be applied toward credit or work experience.
Applications will be accepted until the position is filled. Please send a brief letter of interest, resume, and two references to Shauna Dee:
Contact: Shauna Dee, Information and Communications Coordinator
Phone:     651-641-1128 ext. 105
Mailing: Forecast Public Art
                2300 Myrtle Ave Suite 160
                St. Paul, MN 55114

Branch Librarian II job opening at East Central Regional Library

East Central Regional Library seeks a Branch Librarian II to manage day to day operations of the Aitkin Branch Library. The ideal candidate has experience in providing excellent library customer service to all ages, above average technology skills to help others with computer devices, and a passion for finding information and recommending engaging reading.
  • Responsibilities: Oversee operation of a community branch library. The Branch Librarian is assisted by 3 part-time Branch Library Assistants.
  • Required: Bachelors Degree; Up to date technology skills; 3 years relevant library experience.
  • Preferred: Completed master’s degree in library science
  • Skills and Abilities: Commitment to providing modern public library service; Above average communication skills; Excellent customer service skills; Demonstrated ability and willingness to work collaboratively with team of Branch Librarians across the region and to lead the Aitkin library team of Assistants and volunteers.
  • Compensation: Class 7, $15.83 per hour; PTO, Employer paid health Insurance, HSA, PERA.
To apply, ECRL application form is required. An application form is on the ECRL website under the About ECRL > Jobs tabs. Submit application to bmisselt @ with digital file attached and mail print, signed application to:
Director, East Central Regional Library
244 S. Birch St.
Cambridge, MN 55008
Applications will be accepted until position is filled. Full Job description can be found at

Wednesday, January 27, 2016

Taxonomist Intern, American Academy of Neurology (AAN)

The American Academy of Neurology (AAN), the world’s largest association of neurologists and the largest trade association in Minnesota, is seeking an MLIS student to help with a 6-month taxonomy project aimed at developing a standard taxonomy and ontology for the field of neurology and AAN content.   
Job Title: Taxonomist Intern
Primary Duties:
  • Assist in creating a standard taxonomy & ontology for AAN content and the field of neurology
  • Coordinate testing of the taxonomy and ontology by subject matter experts (editorial board members and other physicians)
  • Use the Temis taxonomy & ontology management tool (Luxid ® Webstudio) to develop and update the taxonomy
  • Develop a system or process for the AAN to update and maintain the taxonomy and classify or tag content correctly on a regular basis
Education: Must be a current full-time student. Can be working toward an Associate’s degree, Bachelor’s degree, or Master’s degree equivalent. Master’s degree candidates preferred.
Experience: 0-2 years of related experience

Tuesday, January 26, 2016

Collection Development Assistant (.75, paraprofessional), U-Wisconsin-Stout

University of Wisconsin-Stout

Collection Development Assistant (75%)

Serve as a paraprofessional in an advanced support role and reports to the Collection Development Librarian. Responsible for the operation of all activities related to Electronic Databases, Standing Orders and Serials (periodicals). Acts as primary back-up to the Acquisitions/Monographs Library Services Assistant-Senior position.

For further information and to apply online:

Monday, January 25, 2016

Two Records Management Specialist Positions-Minneapolis Police Department

The Minneapolis Police Department has two Records Management Specialist openings that may be of interest to MLIS students. To apply and to see details about the position (Experience, Education, etc.) go to the full position description on the city's website:

The deadline to apply is Sunday, February 7, 2016

Friday, January 22, 2016

Registration Deadline Approaching: Hubbs Children's Literature Conference

Register online now for the 24th Annual Hubbs Children's Literature Conference taking place at the Thornton Auditorium, University of St. Thomas.

Date and Time: February 20th, 2016
                          8:30 AM - 3:00 PM

Online Application Deadline: February 12th, 2016

Thursday, January 21, 2016

APA & Writing Workshop for Graduate Students

Registration will open Jan. 27, 2016, for two intensive workshops designed specifically for St. Kate’s Graduate students. Both workshops, running concurrently, will be offered on 2 dates (Feb. 13 and Feb. 27), giving students the opportunity to attend one or both workshops (separate registrations are required).

APA & Paraphrasing
Presented by St. Kate’s librarians, topics covered will include citing electronic sources in APA style, citing in the text, using the APA manual and other resources, paraphrasing, and other strategies to avoid plagiarism (basic familiarity with APA is assumed).

Effective Writing Strategies
Presented by staff of the O’Neill Center, topics covered will include writing anxiety, the importance of audience, purpose, and voice, confronting issues with structure and support in academic writing.

When:                           Session 1: Workshops will be offered concurrently
February, 13, 2016, 9:00 a.m. to noon
Where:  Fontbonne Annex Classrooms, FA231 and FA232

Session 2: Workshops will be offered concurrently
February, 27, 2016, 9:00 a.m. to noon
Where:  Fontbonne Classrooms 211 and 213

Spring 2016 MLIS Social Hour

In celebration of a new semester, come to the MLIS Social Hour on February 2nd, 3rd and 4th for some yummy treats. It is a great opportunity to mingle with fellow MLIS students!
The  event will take place right outside CdC 17 in the MLIS hallway.

Thursday, January 14, 2016

Internship Opportunity

“When senior members of a community go into schools and talk about their lives and work, and children write songs with Larry Long about what they have learned, they create a remarkable celebration of humanity and hard work.”  —DR. TONY SEEGER, Smithsonian Folkways

Under the auspices of the nonprofit organization Community Celebration of Place, prominent singer/songwriter Larry Long has created a curriculum called Elders’ Wisdom, Children’s Song that has brought elders from across the country into classrooms to share their life stories with young people.  These oral histories—and songs the students wrote, inspired by the stories—are as varied as our citizens: everything from a childhood in a Japanese internment camp, to fleeing war in Somalia, to farm winters in harsh northern Minnesota, to becoming an Anishinabe Ojibwe language instructor, to being the first grandchild of slaves to attend college.

Over 1,000 life stories in narrative and song have been stored on Hard Drives, CDs, Digital Analogue Tapes (DAT) and written documents.  Much of the material is under immediate threat of deterioration.  During 2016, it is our goal to begin preserving this rich collection and finding a home for it in an archival facility that will make the material available to the public for use by researchers, historians, teachers, students and family members.

Wednesday, January 13, 2016

Seeking Session Proposals for ARLD Day 2016

The Academic & Research Libraries Division (ARLD) of the Minnesota Library Association is seeking session proposals for ARLD Day 2016 which will be held April 29, 2016 at the Minnesota Landscape Arboretum (
We are excited to have Maria T. Accardi as this year’s keynote speaker. Maria is Associate Librarian and Coordinator of Instruction and Reference at Indiana University Southeast, a regional campus of Indiana University located in New Albany, Indiana. She holds a BA in English from Northern Kentucky University, an MA in English from the University of Louisville, and an MLIS from the University of Pittsburgh. She served as a co-editor of and contributor to Critical Library Instruction: Theories and Methods (Library Juice Press, 2010), and is the author of Feminist Pedagogy for Library Instruction (Library Juice Press, 2013), for which she received the ACRL Women and Gender Studies Section Award for Significant Achievement in Women and Gender Studies Librarianship in 2014. Maria's current projects include editing The Feminist Reference Desk: Contexts, Critiques, and Conversations (forthcoming from Library Juice Press in 2017) and providing a platform to share burnout stories at In addition to her keynote address, Maria will lead a breakout session.

Thursday, January 7, 2016

Youth Services Associate II in Prineville, Oregon

Do you love working with kids and teens? Crook County Library is hiring! We are looking for a candidate with a bachelors’ degree and experience in libraries or schools to be our newest Youth Services Associate. This position is ideal for an enthusiastic learner who wants hands-on experience with all aspects of public librarianship, from program planning to reference to collection development for all ages. Candidates with a background in education and recent MLIS grads are encouraged to apply. Crook County Library fully supports professional development. Don’t pass up this exciting career opportunity!

Bilingual Spanish/English a plus. EEO

Title:  Youth Services Associate II
Compensation:  $38,410.35 - $39,962.13 DOE; full time with great benefits
Closing date:  February 2, 2016

Applications and full job description can be found at Applicants will submit the Crook County Application online along with a current resume and a cover letter. If you have questions about the job application, please email or call Crook County Human Resources at (541) 416-3802.

LOC Jobs

The Library of Congress offers many exciting permanent and temporary opportunities for employment. The Library adheres to a formal Merit Selection Plan in filling vacancies.

Check out their opportunities here or

TWO Wisconsin Library Director Positions

1. Director - Frederic Public LibraryThe Frederic Public Library seeks a well-organized and energetic leader to direct the operations of their library.  The library is part of the Indianhead Federated Library System and MORE system and serves a community of 1,135 with a service area of 3,917 residents in northwestern Wisconsin.  The Village of Frederic is a rural Polk County community located 90 minutes northeast of the Twin Cities on State Highway 35.

Responsibilities: The Library Director reports to a 7-member Board of Trustees and is responsible for the overall management of the library.  Essential duties include building and maintaining our collection, managing the library budget, supervising the library staff, and promoting the library within the Village of Frederic and the surrounding area.

Qualifications:   Candidates must be eligible for Wisconsin Grade II certification.  A Bachelor’s Degree is required and three or more years of library or similar experience are desired.  The ideal candidate shall also possess excellent interpersonal skills; the ability to develop and maintain effective working relationships with their staff, the Board, the Village of Frederic, community organizations, and area libraries.  Knowledge of current library practices, technology and trends is required.

Compensation: Salary range is $35,000-$40,000 depending education and experience and includes excellent benefits.  

Please email your resume and cover letter by January 29, 2016 to the Library Search Committee via email at No mailed or delivered applications will be accepted.  Interviews will begin the first week of February and continue until the position is filled. 

2. Director - Milltown Public Library: The Milltown Public Library seeks a well-organized and energetic leader to direct the operations of their library. The library has purchased a building for renovation for a new library. The library is part of the Indianhead Federated Library System and MORE system.  The library serves a community of 900 in northwestern Wisconsin. The Village is located in scenic Polk County and is about 60 miles from the Twin Cities.

Responsibilities: The Library Director reports to a 5-member Board of Trustees and is responsible for the overall management of the library. Essential duties include building and maintaining our collection, managing the library budget, supervising the library staff, and promoting the library within the Village of Milltown and the surrounding area.

Qualifications: Candidates must be eligible for Wisconsin Grade II certification. A Bachelor’s Degree is required and three or more years of library or similar experience is desired. The ideal candidate shall also possess excellent interpersonal skills; the ability to develop and maintain effective working relationships with their staff, the Board, the Village of Milltown, community organizations, and area libraries. Knowledge of current library practices, technology and trends is required.

Compensation: Salary commensurate with education and experience and includes excellent benefits.

Please email your resume and cover letter no later than January 12th by 5:00p.m. to the Library Search Committee at: No mailed or delivered applications will be accepted.

The Labouré Society Seeks MLIS Student Assistance

Project Title: Create Excel Spreadsheet of Contact Information for Dioceses, Communities of Religious Sisters, and Communities of Religious Brothers in the US

Company Name:  The LabourĂ© Society

Description of Project:  Build an Excel Spreadsheet featuring the contact information for dioceses and religious communities in the US, including: Name of institution; Contact person; phone; email; physical address.  Information can be taken from the Catholic Directory as well as Internet searches and other sources.

Qualifications: Must be proficient with Excel Spreadsheets.

Salary: $10 per hour.

Number of Hours: Unknown.

Days/Times Work Can Be Completed:  Flexible.

Application Requirements: Please submit application by January 16, 2016

For More Information, Contact: Chris Foote  612.750.4241  

The Labouré Society assists young people with a vocation to the priesthood or religious life to remove the financial obstacles that prevent them from pursuing their vocations.

Call for Paper Proposals

Many Worlds to Walk In: Exploring Diversity in Children’s Literature, Librarianship, and Education is a one-day conference on April 30, 2016 held at University of British Columbia showcasing graduate student research in children’s literature. You are invited to submit an academic paper proposal that contributes to research in the area of children’s and young adult literature, librarianship, education, media, or cultural studies. Submissions of creative writing for children and young adults are also welcome.

Academic Paper Proposals
Please send a 250 word abstract that includes the title of your paper, a list of references in MLA format, a 50 word biography, your name, your university affiliation, email address, and phone number.

Creative Writing Proposals
Submissions of creative writing for children and young adults in any genre are welcome, including novel chapters, poetry, picture books, graphic novels, scripts, etc.  Please send a piece of work no longer than 12 pages double spaced. (Anything shorter is welcome-- poetry, for example, might only be a page). The submission should include the title of your piece, a 150 word overview of your piece (describe age group, genre, and links to the conference theme), a list of references in MLA format (if you have any), a 50 word biography, your name, your university affiliation, email address, and phone number.

Please send to the review committee Please put “Creative Conference Proposal Submission” in the subject line of your email.

Deadline for submission: February 15, 2016
For more info, please contact

Wednesday, January 6, 2016

Paid Summer Internship Opportunity from the Alaska State Library

The Alaska State Library is accepting applications for (3) summer internships in public libraries. Interns will receive travel reimbursement, a $4,000 stipend and free housing during the eight-week internship.  Additional information about this project and an online application may be found at the Alaska State Library Internship Pilot Project webpage.

If you have any questions, please contact:
Julie Marie NiederhauserPublic Library Coordinator, Alaska State Library
(907) 465-2916 or within Alaska, (888) 820-4525

Tomes on Tap

Get to know colleagues from other library systems! Tomes on Tap is an informal book club for library staff that meets once every three months at restaurants in and around the Twin Cities. 

Book: Furiously Happy by Jenny Lawson

When: Saturday, January 16, 2016 at 6:30 PM

Where: The Happy Gnome
498 Selby Ave
St. Paul, Minnesota  55102

MORE Out of State Opportunities

Classics and Research & Information Services Librarian, Open Rank Faculty, University Library University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign (Apply by Feb. 1)
The Classics and Research & Information Services Librarian will hold a 50% appointment as Classics Librarian; and a 50% appointment as a librarian in Research & Information Services, where the incumbent will contribute to the University Library’s broader suite of service activities, including reference and instruction, scholarly communication and research support services, and outreach. As Classics and Research & Information Services Librarian, the successful candidate will serve as a liaison to the Classics Department and related interdisciplinary programs... More information found here.

Public Services Librarian, Newton Public Library,  Iowa (Apply by Feb. 1)
The Newton Public Library is seeking an enthusiastic applicant to fill the position of Public Services Librarian.  Our patrons are heavy users of traditional library services but are also adopters of new and emerging technologies. Library users look to the library as a trusted resource for instruction, technology, and support. The Public Services Librarian will design strategies that enhance services, improve the user experience, and promote programs that are tailored to the interests of not only our adult residents but of all residents of Jasper County and Iowa. The ideal candidate for this position will have experience managing change, supporting innovation, cultivating a positive outlook, and creating promoters of new services... Full job description found here.

Electronic Resources Librarian, Wake Forest University, Winston-Salem, North Carolina (Review of applications begins January 4 and continues until the position is filled.)
The Z. Smith Reynolds Library invites applications for the position of Electronic Resources Librarian (ERL). This is a 12-month position with Library Faculty status. Reporting to the Head of Collection Management, the successful applicant will take the lead role in assessment and support of ongoing access to electronic information resources as well as publisher/vendor license negotiations. The ERL will manage key e-resource information systems and will produce and disseminate assessment reports.... More information found here.

TWO Positions: a Public Services & Instruction Librarian and a Technical Services & Acquisitions LibrarianPasadena City College, California (Apply by Feb. 16)
Pasadena City College is hiring two full-time, tenure-track librarians. We are seeking one Public Services & Instruction Librarian and one Technical Services & Acquisitions Librarian commencing with the 2016-2017 academic year. We are looking for candidates who have the desire and ability to create a welcoming culture that positively engages and impacts our diverse student population. .... More information here

Tuesday, January 5, 2016

Out of State Job Opportunities

Children's Librarian (& Other Positions), Manhattan, Staten Island and the Bronx, New York (No application deadlines posted) 
Under the supervision of the Library Manager, the Children’s Librarian engages children through collections, services, and programs in ways that allow them to follow their interests and discover new ones. The Librarian: Conducts outreach to and develops partnerships with community-based organizations, schools, daycare centers, and community groups that target children to promote the Library’s services, collections, specialized programs, and resources... Click here for a full list of open positions (subject to change).  

Head of Health Sciences Library, Stony Brook West Campus University, New York (Apply by Feb. 8) Responsibilities & Requirements: The Head of the Health Sciences Library reports directly to the Dean of University Libraries. He/she is responsible for communicating a strong vision for the Health Sciences Library in a digital age. The successful incumbent will be responsible for collaborating with Associate Library Directors in formulating policies for the library’s resources, programs and services... Full job description found here.

Digital Initiatives Librarian, Grand Forks, North Dakota (Apply by Jan. 17) Position Summary: Create, populate, maintain, manage preserve, and promote usage of an institutional repository. Assist in the development of appropriate policies; Work closely with faculty, staff, library colleagues, and other units across UND and, as appropriate, NDUS and ODIN and other groups, to provide assistance with research data management and curation, with digital humanities works and collections, with Citizen Science initiative, and with any other digital initiatives that arise and are deemed appropriate for the libraries to play a role in.  In many instances, but not always, the developed collections may be hosted in the institutional repository regardless, the Digital Initiative Librarian shall provide appropriate assistance...  Full job description found here.

MN Job Opportunities

Automation/Systems Librarian, Traverse des Sioux Library Cooperative, Mankato (Apply by Jan. 15) General Job Description/Responsibilities: The Automation/Systems Librarian is responsible for the effective management and operation of the regional library automation system, regional telecommunications network, and computer hardware and software applications in public libraries in the nine-county region. Essential Functions: Serve as systems administrator for the regional automation system and provides overall project planning and management... Full job description found here

Information Analyst, Legislative Reference Library, St. Paul (Apply by Jan. 21)
To develop and enhance Library publishing activities and to provide accurate, timely, and responsive information to Legislative Library clientele in a professional, non-partisan and politically neutral manner. The primary objectives of the position are accomplished under the general supervision of the Director... Full job description found here.

Publishing Services Librarian, University of Minnesota Libraries, Twin Cities (Open until filled)
The University of Minnesota Libraries invites applications for a Publishing Services Librarian. We seek applicants who are innovative and flexible, possess knowledge of the publishing industry, and understand the broad arena of scholarly publishing activities.  As a public, land grant institution, the University is committed to access and the public good, and the Libraries reinforces those values with programs that advance access and openness in sharing knowledge... For complete description, qualifications and to apply, go to:

Systems Librarian, Assistant Professor (AA17031), Minnesota State University, Mankato (Apply by Feb. 1)  Seeking a service-oriented, collaborative, and flexible Systems Librarian to oversee the library technology operations. The Systems Librarian will be responsible for:  Providing leadership in planning, implementing, and managing information technologies that facilitate library services to faculty, students and staff. Providing technical expertise and day-to-day support for traditional and emerging library hardware and software needs for both Library employees and users, following accepted standards... Full job description found here.

Owatonna Media Specialist

Spring 2016 Graduate Assistantships with MLIS

Graduate Assistantship opportunities for the Spring 2016 semester will be open to students currently enrolled in the St. Catherine University MLIS program with a minimum GPA of 3.0. Assistantships are awarded for one semester and require a commitment of up to ten hours per week. The rate of pay for GA I is $13.75 per hour; GA II is $15.75 per hour. See attached handout for possible tasks and duties for a St. Catherine University Graduate Assistant. The position does not include tuition remission or benefits.

Deadline to apply is Wednesday, January 20, 2016 or open until filled. Students should apply by email directly to the faculty member with the subject line: “MLIS GA.” Required is a cover letter, resume, and unofficial transcript from Kateway.

General Requirements:
·    Must have completed LIS 7010.
·    Must have taken or currently be enrolled in LIS 7030 and/or LIS 7040.
·    Must abide by departmental policies and student employment policies in the Student Employment Handbook.
·    Must be able to meet face-to-face with supervisor for regular updates on progress made toward assignment tasks.

Specific Requirements:

·     (See flyer for details per specific faulty members.)