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This is an opportunity to join a dynamic team at Fogler Library at the
University of Maine, the Flagship campus of the University of Maine
System.  Located in Orono, in the heart of the beautiful State of Maine,
this land, sea and space grant public university is at the forefront of
research with state, national and international impacts. This position
offers the opportunity to advance faculty and student research at Maine’s
largest library.

This Science Reference Librarian position will serve as the liaison
librarian to the biological sciences, marine science, and earth and climate
sciences, as well as some other disciplines.  As a member of the Reference
& Information Literacy Department, they will also be part of a team
providing in-person and online general reference service, as well as
information literacy instruction, both credit-bearing and course specific.
The position also allows opportunities to participate in campus and
state-wide committees.

The successful candidate will have experience with reference service,
evidence of information literacy instruction experience, experience
creating web guides and/or tutorials, a clear understanding of the
information needs of the members of a university community, and the ability
to communicate effectively, both orally and in writing.  Subject experience
with natural science research, and collection development experience, are
preferred.

For full job description and application directions, click here
<https://umaine.hiretouch.com/job-details?jobid=73775>.

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