The Learning Resources Director is responsible to manage and oversee all operations, planning, and budgeting for the library and associated functions, coordinates provision of library resources, directs materials acquisitions and collection development, supervises staff, and serves as the primary contact point representing the library. Experience with shared learning commons and digitizing collections is preferred.
1. Supervises and coordinates all activities of the library.
2. Promotes and ensures adequate, effective, and efficient services for the library.
3. Prepares and administers the library’s budgets.
4. Coordinates the development and maintenance of written policies and procedures for library functions.
5. Works collaboratively with university personnel, community entities, and students to provide high quality services, access to current technology and learning resources to support university curricula, policies, and strategies.
6. Plans and executes short and long-term strategies to fulfill the mission of the Library in alignment with the institution's mission, goals, and strategic plan.
7. Responsible for department administrative operations including team development and evaluation while creating a collegial environment.
8. Maintains and regularly reports statistics and other records relating to areas of oversight.
9. Effectively utilizes the university continuous improvement cycle program for evaluating and improving the performance of library operations.
10. Represents the department at local, regional, and national committees/meetings.
1. Master’s degree required from an ALA-accredited library program.
2. 5 years of professional librarian (postgraduate) experience with supervisory experience.