Job Posting: Education and Clinical Services Librarian

Open Position: Education and Clinical Services Librarian, Lamar Soutter Library, UMass Medical School, Worcester, MA
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’s education, research, and clinical enterprise. The position collaborates with faculty, graduate students, academic units, and research center personnel to provide customized library services.
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Why work at the Lamar Soutter Library at UMass Medical School? The Lamar Soutter Library (LSL) has a creative, supportive and enthusiastic team that encourages each member to pursue their own brand of awesome in the library profession.  We value learning and growing in our profession; we care about our learners and each other. Mentorship and collaboration are highly valued. LSL serves the School of Medicine, Graduate School of Nursing, Graduate School of Biomedical Science and the multi-site clinical partners including six member hospitals and multiple clinical sites. The library is a vital partner with the school and its clinical partner, UMass Memorial Health Care, in supporting educational and research activities.  The library is recognized nationally as a leader in services for evidence-based medicine, systematic reviews, research data management, research impact, and oversees the medical school’s archives and institutional repository.  In this team-based environment, staff are highly engaged and work on a wide range of projects ranging from wellness to data visualization to clinical support. UMass Medical School<>, Massachusetts’ first and only public academic health sciences center, is one of the leading medical schools in the nation for primary care education. UMass Medical School is also a major center for research, ranking in the top quartile of American medical schools that receive funding from the National Institutes of Health.
What about Worcester, MA?
The City of Worcester – a five-time recipient of the All – American City Award – is in the heart of Massachusetts. As New England’s second largest city, with a population of 185,000, Worcester combines the historic charm of a small town with the conveniences and attractions of a thriving metropolis. With more than 70 cultural venues, including world-class museums, concert halls, theatres, and delicious eateries, Worcester offers visitors plenty to do and see in this central location with convenient access to all New England. An innovative city with a rich history, Worcester has emerged as a leader in education, health care, biotechnology and life sciences, and financial services. In summary, Worcester is a diverse, multi-ethnic, affordable, culturally rich “neighborhood city”, with a rich history in higher education and industry, and a vibrant foodie and arts scene.

Jessica Kilham, MLIS AHIP
Manager, Library Education and Clinical Services | Lamar Soutter Library
University of Massachusetts Medical School
508.856.6028 |

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