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Sciences Librarian

Department: Louise M. Darling Biomedical Library and Science and Engineering Library Rank and Salary: Assistant Librarian-Librarian ($49,165-$77,490) Position Availability: Immediately Application deadline for first consideration: December 6, 2018 The Sciences Librarian will be joining the UCLA Library at an exciting time, joining a recently-formed department that is using a matrix structure to better meet dynamic and evolving campus teaching and research needs. Although physically located in the Science and Engineering Library, the incumbent will be part of a team working to support users at multiple Library locations and will have the opportunity to help shape that engagement. The incumbent will dedicate 20% of their time to one of the multi-unit functional areas in the User Engagement division - either Collections, Outreach, Research Assistance, Research Partnerships, or Teaching and Learning. The incumbent will play a key role in building this collaborative program at the Library and furthering substantive engagements with the campus. To succeed in this multi-faceted role, the incumbent will need to be team-oriented, with the ability to both lead and support colleagues. Position Duties Reporting to the Director of the Louise M. Darling Biomedical Library and Science and Engineering Library, the Sciences Librarian provides instruction and research assistance for scholars at all levels in UCLA Health Sciences, Life Sciences, Physical Sciences, and Engineering communities. Working with campus partners and library colleagues in Sciences User Engagement and beyond, the incumbent designs, implements, and assesses library services and activities. This position develops strategies to actively engage with scholars during all phases of the research process. Liaisons responsibilities will be assigned after assessing incumbent and team strengths. Specific duties and responsibilities include: Collaborates with faculty members on curriculum and assignment design in order to teach research skills to undergraduate and graduate classes in multiple disciplines, primarily departments within in the Division of Physical Sciences and the Samueli School of Engineering. Works collaboratively to develop new approaches, services, systems, and strategies to actively engag