The Director of Acquisitions and Content Management
The UTC Library seeks a skilled and motivated professional to lead the Acquisitions and Content Management team. The Director of Acquisitions and Content Management is responsible for coordinating the work of the Acquisitions and Content Management unit consisting of 4 employees (1 tenure-track faculty, 1 non-tenure track faculty, and 2 non-exempt staff) involved in acquisitions, electronic resources and serials, cataloging, and metadata, discovery, course reserves, stacks maintenance, bindery, and resource sharing. The Director's role is multifaceted with three areas of responsibility:
- Serve as a member of the Collection Services department’s leadership team with the Head of Collection Services and Director of Special Collections.
- Leadership and oversight of daily operations of the Acquisitions and Content Management unit.
- Oversight and responsibility specifically for acquisitions, collection development and management, and course reserves
The Director of Acquisitions and Content Management will lead by building effective relationships across the unit while maintaining the positive team environment that currently exists. The ideal candidate will be committed to equity, diversity, and inclusion in all aspects of their work, and will actively engage with Library and University colleagues in building a work environment where everyone, including individuals from traditionally marginalized populations, is welcome, supported, and able to work to their fullest potential.
For a full description and to apply for this position, please see the following:
The University of Tennessee at Chattanooga (UTC) Library seeks applicants for the position of Manuscripts Archivist in the Special Collections unit. Reporting to the Director of Special Collections, the Manuscripts Archivist is responsible for the overall management of Manuscripts and Chattanooga History Collections’ materials. The Manuscripts Archivist leads engagement efforts with manuscript collections to advance discovery and learning, promotes manuscript holdings through outreach, research and reference services, and cultivates partnerships that connect the Library’s expertise, resources, and services with the varying needs of a diverse constituency. The Manuscripts Archivist also collaborates with donors, and provides and coordinates appraisal, accessioning, processing, arrangement, description, and preservation of materials in all formats.
The minimum annual salary is $48,000, commensurate with experience.
Candidates must submit applications electronically through the UTC Faculty Career Site. The review of applications begins on May 24, 2021 and continues until the position is filled.
There are no open staff positions at this time.
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