Director of Library Services–Monroe Community College–Rochester, NY

Monroe Community College in Rochester, NY is looking for a Director of Library Services to provide strategic leadership for the College Library in support of the College’s mission. The Director provides operational management for the department of Archives and Record Management to ensure mandated protocol is adhered to. The Director reports to the Associate Vice President, Instructional Services

Oversee the LeRoy V. Good Library, library services at the Downtown Campus Learning Commons, and Archives and Records Management
Articulate and implement a vision for the future of the Monroe Community College Library
Develop, justify and administer the budgets for the College Library and Archives and Records Management
Develop and maintain current policies and procedures pertaining to library services and resources in collaboration with library faculty and staff
Serves on the Instructional Services Leadership Team, working collaboratively on divisional projects and initiatives
Supervises employees, provides performance feedback and conducts evaluations
Collaborate with stakeholders to ensure that library services are meeting their diverse needs
Plan and implement initiatives to enhance services and collections, to further the creative use of emerging technologies in library services and operations, and to manage the library’s human, fiscal, and physical resources effectively
Cultivate partnerships and relationships with the College’s communities and departments in support of MCC’s mission and strategic plan, serving on appropriate campus and professional committees
Advocate for and develop services and programs promoting the use and proliferation of open-access textbooks and open educational resources
Sustain and strengthen collaborative efforts with regional and statewide library agencies and ensure the integration of library services, policies, and resources with SUNY initiatives
Provide oversight for the integration of library services with information technologies and learning initiatives in support of the College’s academic programs
Conduct regular assessments of the Library’s learning environments
Manage collection development based on a unified vision of print and digital resources
Keep abreast of trends in academic libraries and educational technologies
Perform other duties and responsibilities assigned by the Associate Vice President, Instructional Services

Leads, supervises, coordinates, and evaluates any direct reports, departments and programs-adhering to appropriate college procedures
Adheres to the College Code of Conduct
Contributes to and maintains an inclusive and collaborative College environment
Maintains technological competencies utilized by the College
Commits to the philosophy of a comprehensive community college
Works effectively within SUNY as part of a state system
Commits to continued professional growth

Earned master’s degree in library or information science from an American Library Association accredited program at a regionally accredited higher education institution
A minimum of five years of experience in an academic library with demonstrated experience in administration, personnel, and budget management
Demonstrated knowledge of trends and practices in information literacy and emerging technologies
Ability to communicate effectively both verbally and in writing, and the ability to facilitate communication within the library and with key constituencies
Evidence of ability to create effective and collegial working relations with library staff, students, faculty, and administration
Experience in delivering public service in an academic library
Evidence of proficiency with technology in an educational environment
Demonstrated experience working with multiple facets of an integrated library system and an Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) system, e.g., Banner
Demonstrated support for the essential values of the community college dedicated to promoting diversity, access, inclusiveness, and academic excellence
Evidence of respect for and understanding of people with diverse backgrounds, abilities, and needs and commitment to supporting an inclusive environment on campus

Professional experience in a community college setting
Experience with library data collection and analysis procedures
Working knowledge of basic desktop applications (MS Office suite), technology hardware and related peripherals


To be fully considered, supply all requested documents by 04/20/2018.

Monroe Community College does not discriminate on the basis of age, race, creed, color, sex, sexual orientation, national origin, disability, veteran status, religion, predisposing genetic characteristics, marital status or domestic violence victim status in admissions, employment, and treatment of students and employees or in any aspect of the business of the College.

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