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Electronic Resources Librarian - position announcement

The award-winning Consortium Library at the University of Alaska 
Anchorage is recruiting for a tenure-tract faculty position of 
Electronic Resources Librarian. Located near the Chugach 
Mountains in Alaska's largest city, the Consortium Library serves 
both the University of Alaska Anchorage (UAA) and the Alaska 
Pacific University (APU). The Library is fully engaged in 
statewide programs and supports joint purchases with a variety of 
partners. Working in this collaborative environment, the 
Electronic Resources Librarian (ERL) is primarily responsible for 
all phases of investigating, acquiring, and managing licensed 
electronic resources including serials, monographs, databases, 
and other digital format. There are 19 library faculty liaisons 
that the ERL will be working with during these phases, especially 
in reviewing and marketing the electronic resources. The position 
reports to the Head of Collection Development.

UAA is a comprehensive metropolitan university consisting of the 
main campus in Anchorage, four community campuses, and additional 
sites in rural communities and on military installations. UAA 
offers certificate, associate, baccalaureate, and graduate 
programs in the arts, humanities, sciences, social sciences, and 
professions. Ph.D. programs in biological sciences and psychology 
are offered at the UAA campus in partnership with the University 
of Alaska Fairbanks.

The municipality of Anchorage, with a population of nearly 
300,000 is the chief business center of the State of Alaska. The 
spectacular scenery, the vast array of wildlife, and the many 
outdoor recreational activities around Anchorage are matched with 
a full range of theater, symphony, and fine arts events held in 

Annual Salary $60,000. Review of applications will begin on 
December 15, 2010.

For full description:


Kate Gordon
Administrative Services Librarian
University of Alaska Anchorage