(Posted on behalf of Mary Jane Pittman, Acting College Librarian at the
Nova Scotia Community College)


Professional Support
Campus Librarian
(Term, Part-time Position)
(Commencing approximately October 1, 2008 -April 24, 2009)
Strait Area Campus-Port Hawkesbury
Competition No. 2008-354

Nova Scotia Community College is at a pivotal time in our history. NSCC
is on a path to 2011 to redevelop learning spaces, and launched a new
Strategic Plan in 2006. Already at the forefront of education innovation
in Canada, this plan uses that foundation to deliver on our goal of
being a national calibre college.

Our Opportunity:  You will have the shared accountability for the
delivery and evaluation of the Strait Area Campus Library services.  You
will work closely with library staff and faculty to identify, plan and
where required, implement methods of integrating Library Services into
Campus programs to maximize added value.  You will also assist in
evaluating the information needs of students and faculty, planning
programs and services that address them and monitor quality of service.
You will as well conduct formal and informal user education sessions
with students, faculty and staff.  You will promote the benefits of
information literacy and provide reference assistance.  

Your Credentials:

*         You have a Master of Library Science/Information Science from
an ALA accredited programme. 

*         You have a minimum one and a half years of relevant
occupational experience. 

*         You have a broad understanding of the variety of information
resources and bibliographic instruction concepts and techniques
applicable to Community College students and faculty. 

*         You possess significant computer literacy and have the ability
to interact effectively with all levels of College students, faculty and
staff. As a creative self-starter, you have been recognized for your
strong work ethic and your commitment to excellence. 

*         Experience in an academic environment would be an asset.

Cultivating Diversity:  The College values diversity in the workplace
and strongly encourages applications from African Nova Scotians and
other members of the visible minority community, Aboriginal peoples,
persons with disabilities and women in non-traditional roles.
Applicants from these designated groups wishing to self identify may do
so in their cover letters or by filling out the attached questionnaire
on Cultivating Diversity at the end of the application process.

Application deadline is September 25 at 4 pm


Please visit to