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The Library System Consists Of A Central Library And Four Branches  (Design, Natural Resources, Textiles, And Veterinary Medicine) The Library System Consists Of A Central Library And Four Branches (Design, Natural Resources, Textiles, And Veterinary Medicine) Presentation Transcript

  • NCSU Libraries Fellows Program 2007 - 2009 Welcome
  • Professional positions for new librarians
    • Opportunity for rapid professional growth through assignment to an innovative project, combined with experience and mentoring in a home department.
    • Fellows are appointed to the rank of librarian for a two-year term.
    NCSU Libraries Fellows Program 2007 - 2009
  • Why Choose the NCSU Libraries for your first professional position?
    • “ The Fellows program offered a level of variety and a "big picture" perspective of academic libraries that would be difficult to gain from any regular entry-level position. Serving on library-wide committees and projects and attending conferences allowed me to explore a range of issues instead of focusing exclusively on my own specialization in graduate school, archival administration.”
    Anna Dahlstein, Director of External Relations, NCSU Libraries, and former Fellow, 2002 - 2004, with Susan K. Nutter, Vice Provost and Director of Libraries
  • About the NCSU Libraries
    • The library system consists of a central library and four branches (design, natural resources, textiles, and veterinary medicine)
    • We serve the needs of our users around the world with a collection of more than 3.4 million volumes and 54,000 print and electronic serials.
    • We are the library system for the largest university and institution of higher learning in North Carolina.
  • About the NCSU Libraries
    • A founding member of SOLINET, a member of the Association of Research Libraries, the Digital Library Federation and Triangle Research Libraries Network/TRLN
    • Lead server site for NC LIVE, a multi-library initiative making digital resources accessible to the citizens of North Carolina
    • Has approximately 280 FTE, an annual budget of close to $25 million, with nearly $9.25 million allocated to collections
  • About the Fellows Program
    • Two year appointment
    • Home Department/Special Project assignment
    • Annual Salary of $48,000 per year, for the two year term
    • Professional development stipend of up to $2,500 annually
    • Relocation allowance
    • Benefits include 24 days vacation, 11 university holidays, 12 days sick leave
    The Fellows Program offers an exciting and creative professional opportunity with a highly competitive benefits package for new graduates:
  • Qualifications
    • Demonstrated potential to develop expertise in science, engineering, digital librarianship, or management and administration of libraries
    • Graduation date of December 2006 or later
    • Evidence of leadership potential
    • Excellent communication skills
    • Understanding and valuing of demographic and intellectual diversity in higher education
    • Desirable: internship or practicum in research-oriented environment
  • Fellows Projects and Home Departments Scott Warren, former NCSU Libraries Fellow and current Assistant Head of the Burlington Textiles Library, NCSU Libraries
  • Fellows Projects
    • E-Matrix: Electronic Resource and Serial Management
    • Preservation of Electronic Resources
    • Collection Assessment and Policies for the 21st Century
    • Selection and Migration of Digital Collections
    Digital Initiatives
  • Fellows Projects
    • Geospatial Metadata Database Development
    • Use of PDA’s in the College of Veterinary Medicine
    • Curriculum Integrated Instruction in the College of Engineering
    Science and Engineering
  • Fellows Projects
    • Learning Commons Services Development
    • Capital Campaign/ Development Initiative
    • Researching Strategic Initiatives and Marketing the Libraries
    Management and Administration
  • Fellows Home Departments
      • Branch Libraries
      • Collection Management
      • Digital Library Initiatives
      • Information Technology
      • Research and Information Services
  • Future Opportunities
    • Upon completion of the Fellowship, past Fellows have been offered positions in academic research libraries:
    • Assistant Head, Digital Library Initiatives
    • Assistant Professor, Information Studies
    • Digital Projects Librarian
    • Director of External Relations
    • Director of the Learning Commons
    • Librarian for Informatics and Pharmacy
  • Where are They Now?
    • North Carolina State University
    • Duke University
    • Harvard University
    • Syracuse University
    • University of Chicago
    • University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
    • University of Wisconsin
    Former Fellows have been promoted to permanent positions as academic librarians in the following college and university research libraries
  • Where are They Now? Monica Lopez, Librarian for Professional Development and Diversity Initiatives, NCSU Libraries, and former NCSU Libraries Fellow, 2002 - 2004 “ My experience as an NCSU Libraries Fellow has allowed me to make significant advances in my career in a short period of time. I have had the opportunity to attend relevant professional conferences, cultivate meaningful professional relationships with colleagues, and enhance my interpersonal skills in teamwork, communications, and leadership.”
  • Join Us
    • To apply, send cover letter, résumé , and names of three professional references to:
        • Chair of the Nominating Committee
        • NCSU Libraries Fellows
        • c/o Laura Blessing, Director of Personnel Management
        • Campus Box 7111, NCSU Libraries
        • Raleigh NC 27695-7111
        • [email_address]
    • Applications reviewed upon receipt.
    • Interviews conducted in January/February.
  • Join us at NCSU Libraries today!
    • Visit our website at www.lib.ncsu.edu