Research & Instruction Librarian for History and Humanities
(November 3, 2022)
Position Title - Research & Instruction Librarian for History and Humanities
Supervisor Title (All entry and mid-level position supervisors should be qualified, professional archivists.)- Director of Teaching, Learning, and Research Services
Position Type - Full-time, permanent
Benefits - Yes
Salary Range - $76,000 - $85,000
Although this is not strictly an archives job, I hope you'll consider posting it as the person in this role works closely with archivists on primary source instruction.
Reporting to the Director of Teaching, Learning, and Research Services, the Librarian for History and Humanities provides research and instructional services to students, faculty, staff, and alumni of the Barnard and Columbia communities whose research practices rely on the use of secondary sources as well as primary source materials and archives. They serve as the Personal Librarian for students majoring in History and selected programs within Consortium of Critical Interdisciplinary Studies (specifically American Studies), and additional Humanities subjects including: Classics, Ancient Studies, Germanic Studies, Jewish Studies, Medieval & Renaissance Studies, Philosophy, Religion, Islamic Studies and Slavic Studies as well as Education. The Librarian for History and Humanities works in collaboration with the Archives staff to develop curricular materials for the use of primary source artifacts in research and the use and engagement with archives and special collections at Barnard and elsewhere. They teach library research classes, provide research consultations, and act as the primary point of contact to the library for faculty and staff in the departments listed above. Along with other members of the TLRS team, the Librarian for History and Humanities also delivers instruction for the First Year Writing program.
To Apply submit through the Barnard job website. Questions can be directed to Tatiana Bryant, firstname.lastname@example.org