Monday, November 28, 2011

METRO Professional Development Update, New York, NY

Every month, METRO offers an exciting range of learning and networking opportunities – details and registration are just a click away!

Whether you want to expand your skills or join us for exciting industry presentations and discussions, all the information you need is available online at To make sure you never miss out on news about METRO programs and events, you can also subscribe to the METRO Calendar RSS feed in your favorite reader.


Preservation Management Fundamentals for Libraries and Cultural Heritage Institutions
Wed, Nov 30 and Thurs, Dec 1 | 10:00am-4:00pm each day | $175 METRO; $125 myMETRO; $250 Non-members (covers both days)
This two-day workshop will cover preservation program basics, including environmental control, disaster preparedness and recovery, collections care and storage issues, digitization and digital preservation basics, and grantwriting/fundraising basics for preservation and digitization projects.
Learn more & register at

Introduction to Encoded Archival Description (EAD)

Fri, Dec 9 | 10:00am-4:00pm | $60 METRO; $50 myMETRO; $100 Non-members
Instructor Lara Nicosia will begin with a brief introduction to EAD, its applications, and its relationship to other standards (LCSH, DACS, etc.). After learning about the basic structure of an EAD document and the elements required by DACS for minimum-level description, participants will use an EAD template to encode a basic finding aid. The afternoon will be spent working with common tags such as those needed to create an inventory list. Other topics include project workflow, best practices, ways EAD is being used, and additional tools for getting started.
Learn more & register at

Vendor Demo: AccessMedicine

Mon, Dec 12 | 12:30pm-1:30pm | There is no charge to attend, but registration is required.
Join us for a lunchtime vendor demonstration of AccessMedicine, a full comprehensive medical resource for students, residents, faculty and clinicians.
Learn more & register at

Tour of the Juilliard School Library

Tues, Dec 13 | 10:00am-12:00pm | $10 METRO & my METRO; $20 Non-Members
Learn more about the unique treasures in The Juilliard School Library, including the renowned Juilliard Manuscript Collection of 140 original manuscripts, sketches, and annotated editions of works by Bach, Beethoven, Brahms, Copland, Mozart, Stravinsky, and others.
Learn more & register at

Upcoming Special Interest Group Meetings:

Thurs, Dec 15 | 2-4pm | Learn more & register at:

Please contact Laura Forshay at, 212.228.2320 x 110 with any questions.

Tuesday, November 22, 2011

Archivists Round Table of Metropolitan New York (ART) Event, Nov. 30, 2011

Archivists Round Table of Metropolitan New York (ART) Event

Co-Sponsored with New York University Tamiment Library & Robert F. Wagner Labor Archives
"Fellow Travelers: Processing Across Professions"

Wednesday, 30 November 2011 - ONLINE REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED:
6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
$5.00 for ART Members
$10.00 for Non-Members
Free for NYU Students, Faculty, Staff (I.D. required at door)
NYU Tamiment Library

6:00 pm - 6:45 pm Social
6:45 pm - 8:00 pm Programming Event

The Tamiment Library and Robert F. Wagner Labor Archives at New York University is one of the oldest special collections in the United States devoted to the history of left politics, labor, and social protest movements. The collections include important materials relating to the fight for academic freedom, the Cold War at home, the women’s movement, the cultural left, and the social history of New York City. It is also the repository for the Archives of Irish America, the Abraham Lincoln Brigade Archives, and a growing Asian American labor collection. Tamiment’s holdings include oral histories, film, and more than 75,000 monographs, 20,000 linear feet of archives and manuscripts, 15,000 periodical titles, an 850,000 item pamphlet and ephemera collection, and a million photographs.

In 2006, the Communist Party of the United States (CPUSA) donated its archives and the Library of the Reference Center for Marxist Studies to the Tamiment Library in order to make its history accessible to students, scholars, and activists. The donation included over 430 linear feet of organizational records, approximately 500,000 images from the photograph morgue of the Party’s newspaper, the Daily Worker, and thousands of monographs, serials, and pamphlets from the Reference Center for Marxist Studies. These materials form one of the most important collections in the United States documenting the history of communism, socialism, Marxist theory and practice, and the cultural left, as well as the history of the varied movements that have struggled for progressive social change in America. Among the organization’s archives are records relating the formation of the American Communist Party in the 1920s, the Red Scare, the Cold War, the New Left era, and the breakup of the Soviet Union during the 1980s and 1990s. They describe how the Communist Party was organized and functioned and document the Party's role in the labor and civil rights movements and its relationships with international communist parties and movements. The library of the Reference Center for Marxist Studies contains rare and ephemeral publications issued by left-wing and labor presses, and a nearly complete run of Communist Party publications, monographs, journals, pamphlets, and newspapers published in Cuba, Eastern Europe, China, the Soviet Union, Africa, Southeast Asia, and Latin America, many of which are not available in North American research libraries. The Daily Worker photo morgue depicts labor, civil rights, peace, and political struggles from 1917 through the 1990s. It graphically captures nearly 75 years of world-wide Communist activities and illustrates the Party's relationship to a wide variety of international social movements.
For ART’s November meeting, the project staff responsible for processing the CPUSA collections at Tamiment Library will discuss the histories of these collections and relate challenges encountered during processing, as well as highlight interesting finds.


Hillel Arnold is the Project Archivist for the photo morgue of the Daily Worker. He holds an MA in History from NYU and a MLIS from Long Island University’s Palmer School. He has worked as Digital Projects Manager for the Foundation for Landscape Studies, developing a digital library of cultural landscape images in collaboration with the Society of Architectural Historians and ArtStor, as well as Archives Assistant at the Woody Guthrie Archives.

Jillian Cuellar is the Processing Archivist for the Communist Party, USA records. Prior to her current position, she worked as a project archivist at Columbia University’s Rare Book and Manuscript Library and as an assistant project archivist at Parsons the New School for Design. She holds a MSLIS with an Advanced Certificate in Archives from Pratt Institute.

Daniel Eshom is the Catalog Librarian for the library of the Reference Center for Marxist Studies. Previously, he worked at Columbia University as metadata specialist for the National Science Foundation's Digital Library, and at Simon & Schuster as copy chief. He is the author of two nonfiction books for young adults (Rosen Publishing) and numerous teacher's guides (Penguin-Putnam). He holds an MA in English Literature from Colorado State University and an MSLIS from Pratt.
Complete details with address and directions will be sent with registration confirmation.

Questions concerning this event may be sent to:

Adjunct Reference Librarian, St. John’s University Library, Queens Campus (Queens, NY)

Adjunct Reference Librarian, Queens Campus

St. John’s University Library


  • Provide traditional and electronic reference services (including virtual and text reference to students, faculty, administrators, and community library users). Schedule includes weekends, some evenings, and some holidays.
  • Instruct library patrons in searching print sources and electronic information resources effectively including online catalog and subject databases.
  • May provide library Instruction classes and other workshops as needed.
  • Serve as building level liaison for safety and facilities issues as they arise. Act as backup for evening/weekend supervisor for student workers.
  • Perform other professional duties as requested: may include participation in selection and de-selection of materials, preparation of library instruction materials, and evaluation and assessment of resources.


  • Master’s Degree in Library and Information Science from an ALA-accredited institution. Additional subject master’s preferred.
  • Academic library experience preferred.
  • Excellent communication skills and strong interpersonal skills.
  • Familiarity with and experience with reference and public service within a digital and web environment.
  • Supervisory experience desirable.

To apply, please submit resume and cover letter to Prof. Lucy Heckman, Head of Reference,

Thursday, November 17, 2011

Substitute Instructor: Baruch College/Newman Library, CUNY (New York, NY)

Baruch College – Newman Library

Instructor (Substitute)

Compensation: $51,869 - $65,267


Reporting to the Head of Collection Management, lead a project to determine the curricular relevance of individual titles in the library’s collection and provide traditional and virtual reference assistance. Schedule may include weekend and evening rotations.


A Master's degree in area(s) of expertise, and/or active progress toward a Doctorate, or equivalent as noted below. Also required are the ability to teach successfully, interest in productive scholarship or creative achievement, and ability to cooperate with others for the good of the institution.


ALA accredited Master's degree in Library & Information Science; professional experience in an academic, research, corporate, or large public library; excellent interpersonal skills and written and verbal communications skills; experience with acquisitions, collection use analysis, and deaccessioning; commitment to effective user-centered services.

TO APPLY: send resume and cover letter to:

Sunday, November 13, 2011

Metadata Librarian (Librarian II or III): Eastern Washington University Libraries (Cheney, WA)

The Eastern Washington University Libraries invites applications for a Metadata Librarian (Librarian II or III). The position has professional responsibilities in librarianship, scholarship, and service. Responsibilities in librarianship focus on developing and maintaining the discovery engine used to find library resources; activities in cataloging, classification, and metadata creation for library resources; participating in production of archival digital collections and microfilm preservation; guiding the selection and use of metadata schemas, controlled vocabularies, and data dictionaries to facilitate use of digital collections and institutional repository as these develop; communicating and consulting with others about the organization, description, and discovery of library resources; and coordinating physical processing of tangible resources. This is a 100% 11-months per year tenure-track library faculty position. Workload includes: 80% responsibilities in librarianship, including metadata, cataloging, and bibliographic control and coordination of staff and processing operations; 20% service and professional development including research and publication.

Position is open until further notice; screening will begin 12/1/2011. To be assured full consideration, your application must be complete and submitted through the online portal by the screening date. All materials will be held in strictest confidence; references will not be contacted until candidates have been notified.


  • Master's degree from an ALA-accredited program or comparable accredited foreign program
  • At least three years of successful professional library experience
  • Knowledge of and experience in use of current and emerging cataloging standards, including RDA, AACR, LCCS, LCSH, OCLC Bibliographic Input Standards, etc.
  • Experience in cataloging library resources in a variety of formats
  • Knowledge of and experience in use of MARC; knowledge of a minimum of one other metadata standard, such as such as DC, CCO, DACS, DCRM(B), EAD, METS, MODS, VRA, CCO, etc.
  • Demonstrated success in managing personnel and operations in cataloging/metadata functions
  • Demonstrated high level of written and oral communication, organizational, problem-solving and planning skills
  • Ability to collaborate effectively with a wide range of faculty, staff, and clients
  • Ability, during the probationary period, to meet library faculty requirements for tenure in the areas of scholarship and service, as defined in Library Faculty Policies & Procedures
  • Commitment to excellence in bibliographic control and discovery of library resources
  • Commitment to excellence in services to students, faculty, and staff

Preferred Qualifications:

  • Active participation in professional dialogue and contribution to academic librarianship, through participation in professional associations, publication, etc.
  • Demonstrated initiative in investigating new ideas and implementing change, to improve access to library collections.
  • Knowledge of ContentDM or comparable system.
  • Knowledge of one or more digital repository systems.
  • Knowledge of additional metadata standards.
  • Successful experience in staff training, position design, workflow design, and other management and supervisory functions.

Apply Here:

I Love My Librarian Award Ceremony - Thursday, December 8, 2011

On behalf of the Carnegie Corporation of New York, American Library Association, and The New York Times, METRO members are invited to the 2011 “I Love My Librarian” Award Ceremony.

Ten winners from around the country will arrive in New York for the ceremony.
I hope you’ll join METRO staff in congratulating them and connecting with the local library community at the reception afterward.

What: I Love My Librarian 2011 Award Ceremony
When: Thursday, December 8, 2011 – 6 to 8 pm
Where: The Times Center
242 West 41st Street
New York, NY

RSVP: There is no charge to attend.

A reception with drinks and light hors d’oeuvres follows the program.

Tom Nielsen, MLS
Member Services Manager
Metropolitan New York Library Council (METRO)
57 East 11th Street - 4th Floor
New York, New York 10003-4605
212 228 2320 x116
Not a METRO Member? Contact me to find out more about
METRO's money-saving benefits for libraries, archives and

Monday, November 07, 2011

RUSA BRASS Gale Cengage Learning Student Travel Award

Are you an aspiring business librarian or do you know someone who is? Apply for student travel support to attend ALA Annual Conference, Anaheim, CA in June 2012.

The BRASS Gale Cengage Learning Student Travel award is a $1000 cash award given to a student enrolled in an ALA accredited master's degree program to fund travel to and attendance at the ALA Annual Conference and a one-year membership in the Business Reference and Services Section (BRASS) of RUSA. Applicants should have demonstrated interest in a career as a business reference librarian, and a potential to be a leader in the profession as demonstrated by activities that may include (but are not limited to) coursework, internships, jobs, special projects, and publications.

Applications for the 2012 Gale Cengage Learning Student Travel are being accepted until January 31, 2012.

More information as well as the nomination form can be found at

Please send the complete nomination packet in electronic format to the Committee Chair Carol L. Anderson at with this subject line: BRASS Gale Cengage Learning Student Travel Award

Questions? Contact Carol Anderson, Chair of BRASS Gale Cengage Learning Student Travel Award committee: 518-442-3546


Carol L. Anderson

University Library 104

University at Albany, State University of New York

1400 Washington Avenue

Albany, NY 12222 USA


ACRL/NY Mentor/Mentee Pilot Project Needs Volunteers

The Association of College and Research Libraries/Greater New York Metropolitan Area Chapter, is looking for members willing to be mentors and mentees. ACRL/NY will start a regular mentoring program in the near future, but for now a pilot program is in place that needs participants.

Want to be a mentor? A mentor is someone who:

  • Encourages professional behavior;
  • Listens to problems and offers advice and counsel;
  • Points out negative behaviors and attitudes;
  • Assists the mentee in a specialized area, e.g. publishing an article, guidance in changing library career tracks, etc.
  • Offers encouragement and inspires self-confidence and excellence;
  • Assists with career development, exploration and advancement.

To apply to be a Mentor in the ACRL/NY Mentoring Pilot Program, fill out the form at:

What is a mentee? A mentee is someone who:

  • May need some initial help navigating professional library settings;
  • Has no one outside the library organization with whom to confide in about problems and from whom to seek advice and counsel;
  • Is unaware of how his/her behaviors and attitudes are being interpreted by co-workers;
  • Does not possess the experience in certain specialized areas, e.g. publishing an article, guidance in changing library career tracks, etc. and needs the help of another;
  • Needs an outside professional eye to inspire self-confidence and excellence;
  • Is not sure about how to develop in the profession, know how to explore other areas of academic librarianship or how to advance.

To apply to be a Mentee in the ACRL/NY Mentoring Pilot Program, fill out the form at:

Questions? Please contact:

Michael Handis (

Chair, Ad Hoc Mentoring Committee


Saturday, November 05, 2011

Digital Services Manager Organization: Metropolitan New York Library Council (New York, NY)

Located in New York City, the Metropolitan New York Library Council (METRO), a non-profit serving more than 260 libraries in NYC and Westchester County, seeks a dynamic and innovative leader to manage a suite of digital services for the membership.

This position offers the opportunity to provide leadership in the region for a diverse membership of libraries, archives, museums, and related information management organizations. METRO’s digital services provide members with funds, training, and resources to initiate and/or to improve their library’s digital services; including, but not limited to digitization, digital preservation, mobile technologies, and more.

The successful candidate will work with national digital information management consultants and leading statewide and regional digitization and emerging technologies initiatives. The candidate will also work with an excellent team of colleagues on the METRO staff and with METRO member libraries, including some of the largest and most progressive digital library initiatives in the nation.

Position Overview:
Serves as METRO’s digital services specialist with member libraries, developing and implementing educational programs, grant programs, and consulting services. The position reports to METRO’s Executive Director.

Major Position Responsibilities:

  • Provides consultation and referral services to METRO members on issues related to digital services and emerging technologies; provides access to news and related resources via monthly digital services email newsletter
  • Researches, develops, implements, and promotes digital services programs and projects aimed at serving existing members’ needs and expanding the institutional and individual member community
  • Generates and plans professional development workshops, events, and in areas of digital services and emerging technologies; recruits instructors and speakers.
  • Manages METRO’s Collaborative Digitization Grants Program, including promotion of the program and administrative oversight of application development and the grant review process
  • Manages METRO’s own in-house digital strategy initiatives aimed at improving METRO members’ online experiences via and social media outlets; works to improve members’ access to on-demand information and resources related to digital services and emerging technologies
  • Recruits, contracts with, and oversees the work of outside program consultants to enhance the planning and implementation of METRO’s digital programs and services when appropriate
  • Represents METRO in the New York and national digital library community
  • Performs any other department or related duties or special projects as directed by METRO’s Executive Director


  • ALA-accredited Master's degree in Library or Information Science or related advanced degree in Information Management
  • Demonstrated knowledge of digital library standards and best practices, including digital imaging, metadata schemas, content management, digital preservation strategies, etc.
  • Demonstrated knowledge of content management systems, digital repositories, and legal issues impacting digital services for libraries, archives, and museums
  • Experience in program and project development, implementation and management
  • Strong collaboration, networking, and negotiation skills
  • Outstanding written, verbal, and interpersonal communication skills
  • Ability and desire to work within a team environment and independently
  • Ability and willingness to travel, including visits to member libraries (New York City and Westchester County) at least twice a month, and attendance at up to four regional or national meetings a year
  • Commitment to ongoing professional growth and development, particularly within the digital services for libraries, archives, and museums environment.
  • ALA-accredited Master's degree in Library or Information Science or a Master’s degree in Information Management preferred

Salary range begins at $70,000; 403B with organization contribution; 20 days annual leave; 12 sick leave; 13 + paid holidays; NYS Retirement; excellent health/dental benefits; relocation expenses subject to negotiation

To Apply:
Application review will begin November 30, 2011. Applications will be accepted until the position is filled.

Please forward letter of interest, resume and salary requirement with “Digital Services” in the subject line to



Video from the METRO & ACRL/NY October 4, 2011 Lecture: Fair Use Is Not Civil Disobedience: Rethinking the Copyright Wars and the Role of the Academic

The video from the METRO & ACRL/NY October 4, 2011 Lecture: Fair Use Is Not Civil Disobedience: Rethinking the Copyright Wars and the Role of the Academic Library; (James Neal, speaker) is available at:

METRO & ACRL/NY Present: Change in the Digital Age: Metadata Trends for Libraries (Nov. 16)

Speaker: Rebecca Guenther

Wednesday, November 16, 2011, 5:30 pm - 7:30 pm

Register ($10 for METRO and ACRL/NY Members) at

Metadata has become a key piece in managing and discovering information resources in the digital environment. This event is intended for professionals and students who are interested in learning about the current and future metadata environment in libraries and other cultural heritage institutions. The presenter will briefly review metadata standards and applications with a particular focus on digital resources and describe how they are changing as the availability of data on the Internet has exploded and new methods of finding resources have emerged. The program will highlight trends in the metadata arena, particularly focusing on descriptive and technical metadata standards and how changes might affect institutions creating and maintaining metadata for library and other resources.

Who should attend:

Librarians, archivists, and museum professionals who create or maintain metadata for their resources as well as students seeking to learn more about the use of metadata 

By the end of this program, participants will:

- Gain an understanding of the changes in cataloging rules (RDA) and the bibliographic format (MARC) and how they might affect the metadata environment
- Explore types of metadata and their importance especially in management of information resources
- Understand how the Semantic Web and Linked Data enhance interoperability among metadata standards and how these new technologies might be relevant to cultural heritage institutions

About our speaker:

Rebecca Guenther has 35 years of experience in national libraries, primarily working on library technology standards related to digital libraries. Most of her professional life has been at the Library of Congress developing national and international standards related to metadata. She has served on numerous standards and implementation committees, several as chair, is widely published in professional literature, and has given many tutorials, workshops and presentations. She recently began to explore use of semantic web technology and the potential of linked data. She left the Library of Congress in August 2011 to work as a consultant on metadata development and planning.


METRO Training Center (4th floor)

57 E. 11th Street

New York NY 10003

Phone: (212) 228-2320

 To become a member of ACRL/NY:

Thursday, November 03, 2011

ACRL/NY Graduate Services Discussion Group Joint Meeting with Metro Bibliographic Instruction SlG Nov. 9, 2011

Please join ACRL/NY’s Graduate Services Discussion Group for the joint meeting with the Metro Bibliographic Instruction Special Interest Group at Metro from 10 am until noon on Wednesday, November 9.

Scott Collard, Social Sciences Collections Coordinator and Librarian for Education and Linguistics at New York University’s Bobst Library, will give a presentation about graduate student services at NYU: “Over the past several years, university libraries have been discussing the need for the provision of specialized services, spaces, and instructional programming for graduate students. When considering graduate students' library needs, there has been a concentration on designing graduate student spaces, creating technology and service infrastructure to support graduate student needs, and deploying student-centered instructional programming. In the past six years, a number of studies have reported data on graduate student library use to recommend how libraries can better serve these users. At NYU, we've been working over the past four years to increase our capacity to deliver services and spaces to support highly diverse, evolving, and growing populations of graduate students. This presentation will present an overview of some of the approaches we have taken, the precepts that underlie our approach, and a discussion of some of the results we are seeing from these interventions.”

Those planning to attend should notify one of the co-chairs, Michael Handis ( or Amy Balmer (, so that seating arrangements can be made. Please state in the email if you are/are not a member of ACRL/NY and ACRL.

Additional information about the ACRL-NY Graduate Services Discussion Group can be found at

Additional information about the BI SIG can be found at

For directions to Metro, please see

We hope to see you there.

Wednesday, November 02, 2011

E-Books & Specialized Acquisitions Librarian: UNC Chapel Hill, University Library (Chapel Hill, NC)

Available: January 1, 2012

The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill University Library seeks an innovative, enthusiastic, and knowledgeable individual for the position of E-Books & Specialized Acquisitions Librarian.

Reporting to the Head of Monographic Services, the individual in this position will lead the E-Books & Specialized Acquisitions Section, which manages e-book packages and monographic standing orders, as well as special monographic orders, including rush materials, multimedia, e-books and data sets.

The E-Books & Specialized Acquisitions Librarian will train and supervise section staff, facilitate communication between section staff and internal constituents (such as subject librarians), and work collaboratively with other leaders in the Monographic Services Department to further its goals and maximize its success. The individual in this position will engage professionally at conferences, through research and scholarly collaboration to prepare the section and department for new and emerging modes of acquisitions.

This position is a part of Monographic Services, a department focused on the efficient and effective acquisition and cataloging of monographic materials (both print and electronic). The Department is responsible for expending a monographic materials budget of ca. $5,000,000 annually. The Monographic Services Department acquires print and non-print materials (including e-books) using a variety of acquisitions methods: firm orders, approval plans, blanket orders, and standing orders. The Department places the orders, claims outstanding materials, receives the material and processes invoices for payment. The Department also establishes shelf-ready arrangements with library material vendors. After receipt, the Department does quality control checks on the shelf-ready materials received and performs FastCat treatment for mainstream titles with acceptable cataloging copy at the point of receipt.


Required: ALA-accredited master's degree in library or information science. Experience in library technical services. Proficiency with creating and manipulating spreadsheets. Excellent oral and written communication skills. Excellent organizational skills and an ability to manage time and set priorities. Experience with an integrated library system (ILS), preferably Millennium. Ability to work collaboratively and cooperatively with a diverse range of colleagues. Enthusiasm for an innovative and evolving work environment.

Preferred: Supervisory experience. Academic library experience. Experience with international library acquisitions. Track record of professional involvement in associations and organizations related to library acquisitions. Library e-resource licensing experience. Familiarity with acquisitions, list, ERM and cataloging modules of Millennium Integrated Library System. Budgeting, compiling and reviewing acquisitions data for decision making. Knowledge of accounting principles with respect to library acquisitions.

The University and The Libraries

The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill is the country's oldest state university. UNC Chapel Hill has an enrollment of approximately 29,000 students, employs more than 3,500 members of the faculty, and offers 69 doctoral degrees as well as professional degrees in dentistry, medicine, pharmacy and law. Library collections include over 6.5 million volumes.

The Library is a member of the Association of Research Libraries and the Center for Research Libraries. Together with the libraries at Duke University, North Carolina Central University, and North Carolina State University, the members of the Triangle Research Libraries Network (TRLN) provide services and collections to their students, faculty, and staff in support of the education, research, and service missions of the universities.

The University Library invests proudly in its employees, strives to create a diverse environment of respect and collaboration, and encourages vision and innovation.

The Region

The Triangle region is one of the most desirable places to live and work in North America and offers its residents a wide array of recreational, cultural, and intellectual activities. The mountains and the seashore are less than half day's drive from Chapel Hill.

The University of North Carolina is an equal opportunity employer and is strongly committed to the diversity of our faculty and staff.

Salary and Benefits

This is a permanent twelve-month academic librarian appointment. Standard state benefits of annual leave, sick leave, and State or optional retirement plan. At the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, librarians enjoy the benefit of academic status and are members of the faculty council.

The anticipated hiring range for this position is an annual salary of $48,000 to $50,000.

Deadline for Application

Review of applications will begin on November 30th, 2011. Applications will be accepted until the position is filled, but preference will be given to applications received by the begin review date. Recent graduates are encouraged to apply.

To Apply

Please visit and complete the online application. Please include a letter of application, a resume and the name, mailing address, email address, and telephone number of three professional references. Additionally, please indicate in your cover letter where you first learned of this position.