Urban Sustainability Librarian

Wow, look at this new librarian position:

Urban Sustainability Librarian
The University of Nevada, Las Vegas Libraries invites applications for an
Urban Sustainability Liaison Librarian. Reporting to the Head of the
Collection Management Department, this new tenure-track faculty position
will serve as library liaison to the campus-wide urban sustainability
research initiative, providing research assistance, instruction and
collection development services to meet the information needs of the
project. For more information about the UNLV Urban Sustainability
Initiative, please visit http://urban21.unlv.edu/ The incumbent will
also be responsible for leading the Libraries’ efforts to develop policies,
procedures, workflows, and timelines governing deposit of content in UNLV’s
institutional repository (BePress Digital Commons). The successful
candidate will participate actively in the Libraries’ instruction program by
conducting specialized instruction in urban sustainability and will
contribute to library information literacy initiatives. In addition, the
incumbent will provide general reference assistance to library patrons in
person, on the telephone and electronically through email and instant
messaging. For more information, please visit
http://www.library.unlv.edu/employment.html UNLV is an Affirmative
Action/Equal Opportunity educator and employer committed to excellence
through diversity.

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