Job: Instructional & Collections Librarian

11/3/14 –  Instructional & Collections Librarian
University of Calgary in Qatar

Sarah P’s comments:  “preference will be given to Canadian Citizens or Permanent Residents of Canada

The University of Calgary in Qatar, branch campus of the University of Calgary, located in the thriving and modern Middle Eastern State of Qatar, offers accredited bachelor and master of nursing degree programs, as well as Foundation courses in English language, sciences, mathematics and academic skills development, to an international student body. The University of Calgary in Qatar is currently seeking an Instructional and Collections Librarian. The UCQ Learning Commons provides library, learning, teaching, research, writing, and technology support to the students, faculty, and staff of the University of Calgary in Qatar as well as the nursing community in Qatar. The primary objectives of the position are to design, deliver, coordinate, lead and assess the Learning Commons instructional programs to prepare students in becoming exceptional nurses. The position also serves as the coordinator of the Learning Commons collection development team and the faculty research support team.

The successful applicant must be able to relocate to Doha, Qatar by January 2015. Applications will be reviewed as received and the recruitment process will commence as soon as possible. Target interview dates will start during the week of November 10, 2014. Please note only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.  Please email general inquiries to the University of Calgary in Qatar’s HR Office in Doha at: ucqhr@ucalgary.ca.

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