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Jobs: Research and Education Informationist/Librarian

Research and Education Informationist/Librarian
The Medical University of South Carolina is currently advertising for a part-time Research and Education Informationist/Librarian.  This is a permanent part-time position with benefits. New librarians are encouraged to apply. http://jobs.library.musc.edu/page.php?id=2046

The MUSC Library seeks an experienced, energetic and self-motivated individual to fill the position of Research and Education Informationist/Librarian. The Research and Education Informationist/Librarian will provide research and knowledge management services to clinical and research faculty and health professions students. This position reports to the Assistant Director for Program Development & Resource Integration and works in a flexible, team-oriented, highly collaborative environment. A broad scope of work and activities within this new position, including expert search services, teaching/education, research consultation, community engagement to MUSC students, faculty, staff, and researchers in the health sciences.

ALA-accredited Masters degree in Library Science or equivalent degree. Bachelor's or advanced degree in a scientific discipline, experience working in an academic health sciences library, and experience providing services through a liaison services model are preferred.  Applications will be accepted until the position is filled.

Preferred qualifications, application procedures, and other information are available in the complete position description at http://jobs.library.musc.edu/page.php?id=2046

The Medical University of South Carolina is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer. Women, minorities, and persons with disabilities are encouraged to apply.

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