Job posting: Research & Education Librarian, Durham, NC

Duke University Medical Center Library & Archives is seeking a dynamic and proactive liaison librarian for our Research & Education team! Come work with us!

We are committed to building a diverse and inclusive workplace and strongly encourage applications from candidates of all races, genders, ages, ethnicities, cultural heritages, or nationalities; religious or political beliefs; sexual orientations or gender identities; and socioeconomic, veteran, or ability statuses.

This librarian will serve as the Liaison to the Doctor of Physical Therapy
(DPT) Program. The liaison partners with students and teaching faculty across Duke Health to cultivate skills in evidence-based practice and research. This position will also be a key contributor to the library’s systematic review service.

This position will join a responsive, customer-service oriented department that provides curriculum-integrated instruction, advanced systematic review services, in-depth research consultations, online and in-person help, and research impact services. We value diversity, collaboration, and creativity. We offer mentorship, generous professional development, and opportunities for leadership in an entrepreneurial climate. We want you to shine and will set you up for success!

To learn more about the role, responsibilities, and qualifications, please click here: https://mclibrary.duke.edu/about/employment#professional2

The position becomes available in May 2019.

TO APPLY

  • For fullest consideration, please submit your application materials by April 29, 2019. Applications will be reviewed as they are received and will continue until the position is filled.
  • Send a cover letter, CV, and the names, addresses (postal and e-mail), and telephone numbers of three references via email to:

Vanessa Sellars, Associate Director for Administrative Services, vanessa.sellars@duke.edu

About the Medical Center Library & Archives and Duke University

The Medical Center Library & Archives is a well-respected and integral component of quality health professions education, biomedical research, and patient care delivery. Duke University consistently ranks among the top health professions schools, top recipients of NIH funding, and top hospitals.

Duke is committed to building an inclusive and diverse university community. Every student, faculty, and staff member — whatever their race, gender, age, ethnicity, cultural heritage or nationality; religious or political beliefs; sexual orientation or gender identity; or socioeconomic, veteran or ability status — has the right to inclusion, respect, agency and voice in the Duke community. Further, all members of the University community have a responsibility to uphold these values and actively foster full participation in university life.

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