- Maintains the linking system which provides seamless access to journals through the databases.
- Maintains the library’s online discovery layer (Search Everything), EBSCO databases, and the e-book collections.
- Serve as lead librarian in maintaining the library’s Springshare services (i.e. LibAnswer, LibChat, and LibGuides).
- Maintains the library’s home page.
- Serves as lead implementer for updates to OhioLINK electronic resources and eResources liaison for all OhioLINK online resources.
The Digital Resources Librarian, under the general direction of the Assistant Director of Operations, manages the Louis Stokes Health Sciences Library digital resource collection, including databases, e-Journals, and eBooks, and oversees access to these resources. Support of the digital holdings includes recording collection-related budgetary spending and facilitating the digital subscription renewal and purchasing process.
Reporting to the Coordinator of Acquisitions and Electronic Resources, the Electronic Resources Librarian ensures optimal and accurate access to subscription resources, including databases, electronic journals, and e-books.
Reporting to the Head of Acquisitions and Collections, the Acquisitions & Electronic Resources Librarian provides expertise in the procurement of library resources and manages the daily workflow for processes related to the selection and acquisition of purchased and licensed content. They are responsible for the maintenance of electronic and continuing resources and work closely with Collections and Discovery Services staff on access and management issues and works with vendors to acquire, establish and maintain access to the electronic resources.
Utah State University (USU) Libraries seeks a collaborative, innovative, and service-minded professional to manage the subscriptions process for journals and databases. The Subscriptions Manager is responsible for providing leadership for databases and journals acquisitions and maintenance. Reporting to the program chair for Collections and Resource Sharing in the Collections Strategies section, this position will work collaboratively with Library colleagues; University offices overseeing procurement, contracts, and payments; and faculty and student stakeholders. The Subscriptions Manager will supervise two full-time staff supporting the work of serials management and database licensing/invoicing coordination.
Under the general supervision of the University Librarian, the Electronic Resources + Discovery Librarian is responsible for managing the life cycle of the libraries’ electronic resources and oversees workflows related to their acquisition, access, administration, support, licensing, and evaluation. This role includes updating, customizing, and integrating interfaces for e-resource access and discovery that incorporates vendor platforms and the library’s discovery tools. The successful candidate is also responsible for liaison activities with the department of Design + Dynamic Media.
The E-Resources Licensing Support Librarian supports electronic resources acquisitions processes by coordinating various units and workflows involved in executing license agreements between content providers, publishers, and other related service providers for materials such as journal packages, databases, eBooks, datasets, and streaming media. Taking an active role in procurement, license document review, renewal communication and maintenance of acquisitions records, the position plays a vital role in Stanford Libraries’ ability to provide electronic resources for use by students, faculty and staff at Stanford University.
Under the direction of the Library Director, the Electronic Resources Librarian (ERL) will be responsible for functions associated with the library’s electronic resources. The ERL position is responsible for the continuous online support and maintenance of electronic books, electronic journals, and print materials.
The Maguire Medical Library is one of the leading digital medical libraries in the United States. Over 99% of the library’s collection is in electronic format, and is made available to Florida State University students, faculty, and staff who utilize the medical library in-person and online, on campus and off campus via remote access. The primary responsibility of the Electronic Resources Librarian is to manage the premier digital medical library collection from every angle and lead the evaluation, budget management, vendor relations, licensing, acquisitions, systems integration, maintenance, marketing, and training involved with e-resources.
- Leads the Resource Management unit (currently 5 FTE) in managing the lifecycle of the Libraries’ electronic resources in the library management system (Alma), discovery system (Primo VE), and other relevant library systems.
- Provides direction and expertise related to negotiating and renewing electronic resources
- Coordinates the resolution of license-related access issues, working with the Resource Management team, stakeholders within the Libraries, and vendor staff to resolve the issues identified
- Guides the Libraries in developing and maintaining awareness of new strategies, emerging technologies, standards, and technical issues relating to electronic resource management
- Participates with license agreement interpretation and licensing workflows
Facilitates the provision of access to and maintenance of electronic resources utilized by the Library. Performs ongoing management and troubleshooting of the library’s discovery tool. Provides library instruction, and serves as a subject bibliographer.
This position is located in the Collection Development Office of Researcher and Collections Services, and reports to the Collection Development Officer. The incumbent of this position serves as Electronic Resources Coordinator and assumes both a leadership and liaison role in working with staff from all areas of the Library to build the collection and to enhance access to electronic resources. The coordinator provides support for the selection, acquisition, cataloging, processing, and maintenance of electronic resources, communicates with staff throughout the Library on issues related to electronic resources, and participates in Library-wide efforts to best connect users with electronic resources.
The Boston University Libraries seek an experienced, forward-thinking, and creative professional to oversee the acquisition, licensing, maintenance, and assessment of the library’s electronic resources, including e-books, journals, databases, and other digital materials. The Electronic Resources Librarian works collaboratively with other librarians and university staff to promote the library’s online resources from acquisition to discovery and delivery. . . . Reporting to the Head of Technical Services, the Electronic Resources Librarian will have primary responsibility for coordinating the sourcing, licensing, purchasing, and renewal of electronic resources working in close collaboration with subject librarians and consortia partners.
The Head, Licensing and Electronic Resources Unit (LERU) is a new position in the UC Berkeley Library. Situated in the Collection Services Division, which also includes Acquisitions, Metadata Services, and Preservation, the Head of LERU oversees and sets priorities for the licensing, activation, discovery, and troubleshooting of electronic resources of all kinds for the Library, and manages a small team (Lead E-Resource Specialist and two E-Resource Specialists). The Head of LERU reports directly to the Head of the Collection Services Division.
Reporting to the Program Director for CARS, the Electronic Resources and Licensing Librarian (ERLL) plays an essential role in acquiring digital content for UC San Diego constituents. The ERLL is responsible for negotiating access to electronic resources and serves as the primary contact for electronic resource vendors and content providers. The ERLL reviews and negotiates licenses for UCSD electronic resources and manages the acquisition, activation, and troubleshooting of all purchased and subscribed electronic resources for the Library. Collaborates and works closely with the electronic resources and Acquisitions Division team members. Coordinates the gathering and analyzing of electronic resource usage and other related assessment data.
Under the general supervision of Head of Collection Services, the Electronic Resources and Metadata Law Librarian oversees Law Library cataloging and management of electronic resources and ensures access to electronic resources in the UC Irvine discovery system.
Part of the Acquisitions, Access and Licensing (AAL) Department at the University of Pennsylvania Libraries, the eResource Librarian contributes to the responsible and efficient expenditure of the Libraries’ budget for collections and directly supports the research, teaching and learning mission of the Libraries by participating in electronic resource lifecycle management and workflows, including acquisition, licensing, discovery, access, maintenance, and evaluation. The incumbent ensures access to and support for robust, distinctive and innovative collecting, efficient and careful acquisition of online resources, and effective engagement with colleagues across the Libraries and externally with consortia and vendors.
Under the direction of the Department Head, the Global Network Support Librarian will be responsible for supporting the licensing and renewal of electronic resources to support the research, teaching, and learning at all Northeastern sites around the world. They will be responsible for outreach to content providers to update them on changes in the Global Network and to negotiate access for all authorized Northeastern users. They will be responsible for updating Library license and purchase tracking systems to document negotiated terms and for reporting out fiscal impact of the addition of new sites. They will serve on the licensing team within Resource & Discovery Services, helping to negotiate new licenses and advising internal and external users on the appropriate use of library resources under the terms of the negotiated licenses.
The Resource Acquisition and Management Department of the Boston College Libraries invites applications for the newly envisioned position of Scholarly Resources Licensing Librarian. This position will establish and lead licensing terms negotiation for the Libraries’ scholarly resources, including journal packages, databases, ebooks, datasets, and streaming media. The successful candidate will contribute to the re-envisioning of the Libraries’ licensing strategies, and will work closely with library content vendors to negotiate the most advantageous and appropriate licensing terms for new library content and renewals in keeping with Libraries’ core values and strategic directions, university procurement processes, as well as professional and industry best practices.
Responsible for access and management of e-resources in Alma. Management includes setting up, testing and troubleshooting OpenAthens and EZproxy links. Sets up and manages e-resource trials using Alma. Assists with communicating and acquiring e-resources. Develops and implements policies and procedures related to workflow in Alma and serves as the library’s expert on Alma functionality related to e-resources including licensing. Provides leadership in developing, delivering, and assessing collections of electronic resources and investigates future directions and developments in ERM.
Reporting to the Assistant Director of Collection Strategies, the E-Resources Acquisitions Librarian is responsible for acquiring and integrating electronic resources content for the Columbia University Libraries, with a focus on acquiring ebooks (firm orders, approval plans, and frontlists), databases, datasets, and media. This position works collaboratively with the Collection Strategies unit and staff in all areas of the library in the purchase and implementation of purchased electronic resource content.
Reporting to the Assistant Director of Collection Strategies, the E-Resources Discovery & Access Librarian is responsible for the establishment and maintenance of stable and consistent online access, development of local workflows, and maintenance of effective discovery and retrieval of electronic resources. This position also ensures quality metadata of electronic resources through internal review and collaboration with staff in the collection Strategies unit, cataloging and acquisitions units, library information technology, selectors, and vendors. This position oversees electronic resource troubleshooting, focused on complex access problems.
The successful candidate will be responsible for the lifecycle of the Libraries’ licensed electronic resources including onboarding, maintenance, troubleshooting, and offboarding. Additionally, in collaboration with the Libraries’ IT and Discovery Unit team members, the Electronic Resources Librarian/Specialist handles Tier 1 support for the authentication, including EZProxy and SSO.
The Electronic Resources Librarian negotiates licensing for and acquires library materials in all formats, with an emphasis on e-book and streaming video content. They assist in the management of e-resources from a variety of acquisition models, including evidence-based, demand-driven, approval plans, and package purchases. The position develops and documents workflows, processes, and best practices to support e-resource lifecycles within an electronic resource management system (ERMS) environment, and manages discovery and administrative metadata for e-resources, including creating, loading, updating, maintaining, and withdrawing records for e-resources.
Stanford Medicine is seeking a collaborative, innovative, and resourceful Electronic Resources Librarian (Librarian 3) responsible for administration, access, maintenance, and troubleshooting support of the library’s electronic resources.