Position: Resource Development Librarian Lisa Bowman 31 May 2006 23:59 UTC

Resource Development Librarian

Position Description:  Eastern Oregon University invites applications for
the position of Resource Development Librarian.  The Resource Development
Librarian at Eastern Oregon University is responsible for the library’s
resource development, including: fiscal, administrative, management of
information services, as well as provides reference and information services
to the Eastern Oregon University community.    This position is responsible
for all acquisitions, including electronic resources, serials and monographs
and makes recommendations to the Library Director regarding budget
allocations and expenditures.  In addition, this Librarian provides
reference and information services at the Information Desk, is the Education
Department liaison; conducts bibliographic instruction and collection
development in this area, as well as teaches a Information Access course
through Distance Education (LIB127).

The Resource Development Librarian is a 12-month, tenure track, faculty
position (Assistant Professor).  Salary will be between $45,949 to $58,342
based on experience (according to placement on the AAP/EOU bargaining
agreement salary schedule) with excellent medical, retirement and
professional development benefits.

Qualifications: A master's degree in librarianship, including but not
limited to, a MLS or MLIS from an ALA accredited program is required.  A
second master's degree is required for promotion to Professor.
Application Procedure:  Candidates must provide an introductory letter of
interest, resume, and contact information for five (5) references that can
address the candidate's professional experience.  Submit material to:
              Shirley Roberts, Coordinator
              Resource Development Librarian Search
              Eastern Oregon University
              One University Boulevard
              La Grande, OR  97850
              Ph. 541-962-3605
              Fax 541-962-3335

Application Deadline:  Application materials must be received no later than
5:00 PM June 30,  2006.  Applications received after June 30, 2006 may be
considered.  Only applicants providing all required material will be

Eastern Oregon University serves as an educational, cultural and scholarly
center in La Grande, Oregon, connecting the rural regions of the state to a
wider world.  Ranked number two in the nation as a “Best Value for Public
Colleges and Universities” by Consumers Digest magazine, EOU’s beautiful
setting and small size enhance the personal attention our students receive,
while innovative partnerships add new educational possibilities.  EOU is
recognized as a national leader in distance education and offers extended
opportunities at 17 centers throughout the state and beyond.  The University
guides student inquiry through integrated, high-quality liberal arts and
professional programs that lead to responsible and reflective action in a
changing and interconnected world.  EOU is an Affirmative Action/Equal
Opportunity Employer that actively encourages and promotes diversity within
its community.  For additional information, visit www.eou.edu.