Research and Instructional Services Directors (2), University of California Riverside Library

The University of California Riverside Library is recruiting for two great positions to lead departments in our research and instructional services division. We are seeking innovative, dynamic, and collaborative change agents with a desire to shape and lead a team of professionals.

Director for Research Services (see: https://aprecruit.ucr.edu/apply/JPF00543)
Director for Teaching and Learning (see: https://aprecruit.ucr.edu/apply/JPF00544)

The Director of Research Services will be responsible for leading the Research Services Department, and is responsible for leading the development, implementation and ongoing program for library research services and initiatives to support the scholarly and academic activities of UCR faculty, researchers and students.

The Director of Teaching and Learning will be responsible for leading the Teaching and Learning Department, and is responsible for leading the development, implementation and ongoing program for library teaching and learning services and initiatives to support the curricular and research activities of UCR faculty, researchers and students.

We value collaboration combined with strategic but informed risk-taking, and we support experimentation. Some recent initiatives include a Peer Researcher Fellowship and Innovation Program, “maker boxes” for classes and general creativity, 3-D printing service, data management services, and grant-writer consult services.  We value strategic partnerships with a variety of departments and divisions across campus.

This is an exciting time for UCR. We are in a growth mode, with a fairly new Chancellor, Provost and University Librarian. We have recently completed a Library Strategic Plan (http://library.ucr.edu/content/about/ucrlibrarystrategicplan_2015.pdf) and are in the process of implementation. The final date to apply is April 11, 2016.

The University of California, Riverside is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer. You have the right to an equal employment opportunity. For more information about your rights, see the EEO is the Law Supplement.

The University of California, Riverside is committed to providing reasonable accommodations to applicants with disabilities.

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