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Reporting to the Dean of Libraries and working directly with the Coordinator of Information Literacy Instruction and the Critical Pedagogy Librarian for Student Success, the Learning and Curricular Services Librarian will work to develop and implement information literacy programs enhance student success. Hired at the rank of assistant professor, this full-time tenure track/tenured position will actively contribute to re-imagining the University Libraries information literacy programs and curriculum, working with library faculty as well as subject matter specialist faculty to develop, curricula, syllabi, instructional materials, learning modules, student-learning outcomes, as well as an information literacy instruction assessment plan. The Learning and Curricular Services Librarian will be responsible for developing and teaching both non-credit and for-credit information literacy courses within the Libraries, working collaboratively with other library faculty to strategically further the educational mission of the University Libraries and the University. The Learning and Curricular Services Librarian will liaise with the Institute of Core Studies and the Libraries elected representative to the University Core Curriculum Council to support information literacy instructional needs related student learning outcomes that are embedded in the Core Curriculum. Duties and workload may be adapted and altered to fit the emerging needs of the University Libraries, the academic and curricular changes across campus, as well as developing campus or community partnerships. This position will grow in importance as we adapt our information literacy services to meet evolving user needs, to support curricular and changing trends in higher education and service delivery, and in in support of the University Libraries commitment to becoming an anti-racist institution.
* Master’s degree from an American Library Association accredited program.
* Second master’s degree for appointment to rank of assistant professor.
* Coursework or experience in information literacy instruction, instructional design, lesson planning, creating learning outcomes and learning assessments, and/or working with faculty on assignment re-design.
For a full listing of Duties, Responsibilities and Preferred Qualifications, please see job listing/application.
In compliance with NYC’s Pay Transparency Act, the annual/hourly salary range for this position is $70,000 – $75,000. St. John’s University considers factors such as (but not limited to) scope and responsibilities of the position, candidate’s work experience, education/training, key skills, internal peer equity, as well as market and organizational considerations when extending an offer.