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Date: Tue, 6 Dec 2005 12:45:06 -0400
From: Ilga Leja <[log in to unmask]>
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Subject: Vacancy Notice at NSCAD University Library


Librarian: Visual Resources Collection

Subject to budgetary and final approval by the Board of Governors, this
is an initial three year appointment, renewable for continuing

Application Deadline: January 9, 2006
Appointment: July 1, 2006

The University is seeking an outstanding candidate to be responsible for
the management of the Visual Resource Collection (VRC). Based in the
University Library and reporting to the Director of Library Services,
the successful candidate will manage the collection and coordinate the
services provided through the VRC, including reference services, faculty
support and library instruction. The current collection consists of an
extensive slide library, film, video and audio materials. A major
initiative is the transition from an analog to a digital collection.

Extensive knowledge of digital asset management practices and
applications, along with demonstrated supervisory and administrative
skills are requisites. An ALA-accredited degree in Library and
Information Science and three years experience with visual resource
collections are required. In addition, a Bachelor or Masters degree in
art history or the visual arts is preferred.

Salary will be dependent upon qualifications and in accordance with the
Faculty Salary Grid. All qualified applicants are encouraged to apply;
however, Canadian citizens and permanent residents will be given

Applications should include a current curriculum vitae and the contact
information for three references.

Direct applications to:
Dr. Kenn Gardner Honeychurch
Senior Vice President
Office of Academic Affairs and Research
NSCAD University
5163 Duke St, Halifax, Nova Scotia, B3J 3J6
Fax: 902-425-4664

NSCAD University:

Founded in Halifax in 1887, NSCAD University is an international centre
of excellence for the study, practice, and teaching of the visual arts.
Currently, there are 1000 students enrolled in graduate and
undergraduate programs.

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