Education and Clinical Service

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GENERAL SUMMARY OF POSITION: Under the general direction of the Manager of Education and Clinical Services, the Education and Clinical Services Librarian plays a central role in developing customized library services in support of the University of Massachusetts Medical School research, education, and clinical enterprise. The position collaborates with faculty, graduate students, academic units, and research center personnel to provide customized library services. Exciting position specific liaison duties include: Work in partnership with the Vice Provost for Health Equity to advance all aspects of health equity across the research, education, and patient care mission areas. Liaison with the Diversity and Inclusion Office. Provide education and clinical services to veterans and other library patrons Major Rresponsibilities: Library Education Provide curriculum support for students in all three schools, including programs such as personal librarian, house librarian, and capstone advisor/mentor Collaborate in teaching, learning, research and curriculum support within the campus community as a trusted partner to provide faculty, students, residents and staff with customized library services Create and manage quality learning experiences for student, faculty, residents and staff to assist in best-practice usage of information resources to support learning and patient care Design and implement specific projects or programs that cater to the information needs of a community, such as the creation of LibGuides or subject portals Provide virtual and in-person research assistance Build and manage short and long-term relationships with faculty, students, residents, and staff regarding library services and resources Participate in collection development activities to support user needs Serve as a content expert on long-term projects such as systematic reviews Understand the purpose and use of repositories including their submission process, intellectual property issues, and provide in-put on repository selection for deposit Clinical Services Build partnerships with academic clinical departments and user communities, working with them as a conduit for their information needs, both user- and library
GENERAL SUMMARY OF POSITION: Under the general direction of the Manager of Education and Clinical Services, the Education and Clinical Services Librarian plays a central role in developing customized library services in support of the University of Massachusetts Medical School research, education, and clinical enterprise. The position collaborates with faculty, graduate students, academic units, and research center personnel to provide customized library services. Exciting position specific liaison duties include: Work in partnership with the Vice Provost for Health Equity to advance all aspects of health equity across the research, education, and patient care mission areas. Liaison with the Diversity and Inclusion Office. Provide education and clinical services to veterans and other library patrons Major Rresponsibilities: Library Education Provide curriculum support for students in all three schools, including programs such as personal librarian, house librarian, and capstone advisor/mentor Collaborate in teaching, learning, research and curriculum support within the campus community as a trusted partner to provide faculty, students, residents and staff with customized library services Create and manage quality learning experiences for student, faculty, residents and staff to assist in best-practice usage of information resources to support learning and patient care Design and implement specific projects or programs that cater to the information needs of a community, such as the creation of LibGuides or subject portals Provide virtual and in-person research assistance Build and manage short and long-term relationships with faculty, students, residents, and staff regarding library services and resources Participate in collection development activities to support user needs Serve as a content expert on long-term projects such as systematic reviews Understand the purpose and use of repositories including their submission process, intellectual property issues, and provide in-put on repository selection for deposit Clinical Services Build partnerships with academic clinical departments and user communities, working with them as a conduit for their information needs, both user- and library
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