Internship: Andrew W. Mellon Fellowship in Paper Conservation

10.26.16 – Andrew W. Mellon fellowship in Paper Conservation
Museo de Arte de Ponce, Ponce, Puerto Rico

Sarah P’s comments:  I assume this position is for librarians who have the right to work in North America however you can write to check if interested.

 

Fellowship Summary

Under general supervision by Paper Conservator, the Fellow Conservator will assist all duties related to the performance of preventive conservation treatments, the item-by-item condition reports and the substitution of storage conservation materials of the permanent paper collection. The successful candidate will also assist with the day-to-day conservation tasks, preservation education and exhibition-related projects.

Duration of Fellowship

The Museo de Arte de Ponce offers a two-and-a-half year fellowship, from the 17th of January 2017 to the 14th of June 2019.

Stipend and Allowance

The Fellow will receive a stipend of $32,000 a year (plus Health Care, Social Security and 15-day vacation), with an additional $2,000 allowance for travel.

Requirements

  • Bachelor Degree in science or arts.
  • Master’s Degree in Art Conservation, specialized in Paper Conservation from a recognized institution.
  • Intern experience in paper conservation in museum environment.
  • Good communication skills and willing to work enthusiastically with colleagues.
  • Ability to work in a wide range of conservation activities.
  • Flexibility to adjust to unplanned changes.

Application Process

Applicants must submit a cover letter summarizing their interest, a resume and the three (3) references to: Mariela Vera, Human Resources and Volunteer Coordinator, by sending an e-mail to mvera@museoarteponce.org. Please combine the cover letter, resume and references into one document. Deadline to apply is November 20, 2016, at 11:59 pm EST.


Job: Research Services Librarian

6.22.16 – Research Services Librarian
General Library, University of Puerto Rico-Mayaguez (UPRM)

Sarah P’s comments:  This listing came via e-mail. Must be bilingual: English and Spanish. Deadline to apply is June 24th!

The Transformational Initiative for Graduate Education and Research (TIGER) at
the General Library of the University of Puerto Rico-Mayaguez (UPRM) seeks an
enthusiastic and creative Research Services Librarian to join our recently
created Graduate Research and Innovation Center (GRIC).

The Research Services Librarian works to advance the goals and objectives of
Center and leads the creation and successful organization of instructional
activities, collaborates to envision and implement scholarly communication
services and assists faculty, postdoctoral researchers, and graduate students
in managing the lifecycle of data resulting from all types of projects. This
initiative is funded by a five year grant awarded by the Promoting
Postbaccalaureate Opportunities for Hispanic Americans Program (PPOHA), Title
V, Part B, of the U.S. Department of Education.
The Research Services Librarian will build relationships and collaborate with
the GRIC personnel and library liaisons as well as with project students and
staff. This is a Librarian I position that will be renewed annually (based
upon performance evaluation) for the duration of the project with a
progressive institutionalization commitment starting on October 1st, 2016. .

The Mayaguez Campus of the University of Puerto Rico is located in the western
part of the island. Our library provides a broad array of services,
collections and resources for a community of approximately 12,100 students and
supports more than 95 academic programs. An overview of the library and the
university can be obtained through http://www.uprm.edu/library/.

REQUIRED QUALIFICATIONS

• Master’s degree in library or information science (MLS, MIS, MLIS) from an
ALA (American Library Association)-accredited program
• Fully bilingual in English and Spanish
• Excellent interpersonal and communication skills and ability to work well
with a diverse academic community
• Experience working in reference and instruction in an academic/research
library and strong assessment and user-centered service orientation
• Demonstrated experience working across organizational boundaries and
managing complex stakeholder groups to move projects forward
• Experience with training, scheduling and supervising at various settings
• Ability to work creatively, collaboratively and effectively on teams and on
independent assignments
• Experience with website creation and design in a CMS environment and
accessibility and compliance issues
• Strong organizational skills and ability to manage multiple priorities.

PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS

• Experience creating and maintaining web-based subject guides and tutorials
• Demonstrated ability to deliver in-person and online reference services
• Experience helping researchers with data management planning and
understanding of trends and issues related to the research lifecycle,
including creation, analysis, preservation, access, and reuse of research data
• Demonstrated a high degree of facility with technologies and systems germane
to the 21st century library, and be well versed in the issues surrounding
scholarly communications and compliance issues (e.g. author identifiers, data
sharing software, repositories, among others)
• Demonstrate awareness of emerging trends, best practices, and applicable
technologies in academic librarianship
• Demonstrated experience with one or more metadata and scripting languages
(e.g. Dublin Core, XSLT, Java, JavaScript, Python, or PHP)
• Academic or professional experience in the sciences or other fields
utilizing quantitative methodologies
• Experience conducting data-driven analysis of user needs or user testing.
• Second master’s degree, doctorate or formal courses leading to a doctorate
degree from an accredited university.

PRIMARY RESPONSIBILITIES AND DUTIES

1. Manages daily operations, coordinates activities, and services related to
the GRIC and contributes to the continuing implementation of TIGER goals and
objectives.
2. Works closely with liaison and teaching librarians to apply emerging
technologies in the design, delivery, and maintenance of high-quality subject
guides, digital collection, learning objects, online tutorials, workshops,
seminars, mobile and social media interfaces and applications.
3.  Provide support to faculty and graduate students through the integration
of digital collection, resources, technologies and analytical tools with
traditional resources and by offering user-centered consultation and
specialized services
4. Participates in the implementation, promotion, and assessment of the
institutional repository and e-science initiative related to data storage,
retrieval practices, processes, and data literacy/management.
5. Advises and educates campus community about author’s rights, Creative
Commons licenses, copyrighted materials, open access, publishing trends and
other scholarly communication issues.
6. Develops new services as new needs arise following trends in scholarly
communication e-humanities, and e-science.
7. Provides and develops awareness and knowledge related to digital
scholarship and research lifecycle for librarians and staff.
8. Actively disseminates project outcomes and participates in networking and
professional development activities to keep current with emerging practices,
technologies and trends.
9. Actively promote TIGER or GRIC related activities through social networks
and other platforms as needed.
10. Periodically collects, analyzes, and incorporates relevant statistical
data into progress reports as needed (e.g. Facebook, Twitter, Springshare,
among others).
11. Actively collaborates with the TIGER Project Assessment Coordinator and
the Springshare Administrator to create reports and tools to collect data on
user needs.
12. Coordinates the transmission of online workshops through Google Hangouts
Air with the Agricultural Experiment Station Library staff.
13. Collaborates in the creation of grants and external funds proposals.
14. Availability and flexibility to work some weeknights and weekends.

SALARY: $ 45,720.00 yearly+ (12 month year).

BENEFITS: University health insurance, 30 days of annual leave, 18 days of
sick leave.

HOW TO APPLY
Interested candidates should send an application letter (both in Spanish and
English), current curriculum vitae, copy of graduated schools transcripts and
three (3) letters of recommendation, no later than June 24, 2016 to:

Personnel Committee
General Library
University of Puerto Rico at Mayaguez
Call Box 9000, Mayagüez P.R.  00681-9000
(787) 265-3810 – Fax: (787) 265-5481
cpbiblioteca@uprm.edu

Job: Librarian I

3/2/15 –  Librarian I
University of Puerto Rico, Mayaguez, Puerto Rico

Sarah P’s comments:  For bilingual Spanish/English speakers here is an opportunity in Puerto Rico.

The General Library of the University of Puerto Rico – Mayaguez Campus seeks an enthusiastic, innovative and technology-savvy librarian with knowledge and experience in emerging technologies. This tenure-track faculty position identifies, analyzes, develops and promotes the implementation of emerging technologies in a library. The successful candidate will participate in the information literacy program providing consultations and collaborating with professors and researchers from various faculties. The successful candidate should be bilingual in Spanish and English. In addition, the successful candidate selects information resources to support the instructional and research needs of a diverse institution.

To view the full job announcement, please visit: http://home.uprm.edu/hrjobs/showjob.php?id=563

Closing date: April 6, 2015