Steve Cramer SMCRAMER | 9 Dec 18:03 2009

job posting: Diversity Resident Librarian, UNCG

Diversity Resident Librarian
The University Libraries, The University of North Carolina at Greensboro

The University Libraries have established a two-year Post MLS Diversity 
Residency program to further increase the diversity of our professional 
staff while fostering the growth and development of a new librarian.  The 
purpose of the Residency is to attract a recent graduate to the 
challenging and rewarding career of academic librarianship.  The 
University Libraries has a Diversity Committee and also participates in 
the University?s diversity initiatives: 

Residents will provide service and gain valuable experience in multiple 
facets of academic librarianship through this process by spending their 
first year in three different functional areas and their second year 
focused in one primary service area.  The Resident will serve on library 
committees as appropriate including the Diversity Committee and search 
committees as well as be assigned other activities such as liaison 
responsibilities.  Professional development is a strong component of the 
Residency program, which includes conference attendance, interaction and 
participation in the University Libraries Mentoring Program, and 
collaboration with UNCG?s Library and Information Studies Department. 

The salary is $42,000 per year and is a two-year visiting faculty 
non-tenure track position available July 15, 2010.  Review of applications 
will begin February 28, 2010 and will remain open until the candidate is 
selected.  Standard benefits include state or optional (including 
TIAA/CREF) retirement plans, state health plan, and 24 vacation days per 

Please see 
for more details regarding benefits, responsibilities, qualifications, and 
the University environment.

Thank you!

Steve Cramer
Business & CARS Librarian
University of North Carolina at Greensboro
smcramer@... , 336-256-0346
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