Job: Information Services Librarian

3.28.17 –  Information Services Librarian
Qatar National Library, Doha, Qatar

Sarah P’s comments: With the fall in the price of oil, there have been, naturally, far fewer positions listed in the Middle East.  QNL has in the past always posted numerous positions and has even hosted a job fair in Europe a few years back. There are still many positions listed on their website but this particular one has been posted on ALAjobs which perhaps means they are highlighting this job as necessary.

Concerning QNL,  I have received some private comments noting that:

  • salaries are typically lower than average
  • high job turnover (might be related to salary issue)
  • make sure to apply directly to QNL rather than through a headhunter
  • be aware of  ‘Qatarization‘, a policy whereby all jobs are supposed to re eventually filled by nationals

As for working in Qatar, my comments from earlier posts are that it is a relatively safe and progressive Middle Eastern country.  Negatives are that the cost of living is rising, you must go outside the city for any true cultural experiences, and that lately, the country has tended toward becoming more conservative meaning fewer liquor licenses and more segregation of men and women, etc.  Yes, Qatar is modern but you still need to be willing to accept and respect the religious and social customs of a Muslim country.

 

 

Job Purpose:

This position will participate in implementing the Qatar Reference Service by providing reference and reader’s advisory services.  The position will be responsible for collection management in the assigned subject area.  As well, the position will provide literacy and learning opportunities through the development of innovative content and promotional activities for research, education and the general public.  Regularly scheduled evening and weekend work will be required.

* Key Result:

  • Participates in the activities of the assigned Information Services team led by a Senior Information Services Librarian to effectively provide reference and reader’s advisory, collection management, literacy and learning opportunities in the subject areas of Business and Management.
  • Provide reference and reader’s advisory services in the Qatar Reference Service through regular shifts in the Learning Commons, by eReference, and through individual office consultations.
  • Provide information literacy and learning opportunities to researchers, educators and the general public.
  • Develop the library collection in assigned subject areas by searching for, identifying, evaluating and selecting relevant materials through the application of standard library collection development methodologies in conjunction with the Collection Development policy and library procedures.
  • Develop print and virtual resources to support teaching and learning activities and for self-directed learning opportunities.
  • Maintain regular interaction with faculty, students and the general public to determine user needs.
  • Develop displays in order to highlight and interpret the library’s collections and services.
  • Continuously explore new applications of pedagogy and technology in order to design and deliver active learning, critical thinking and learner collaboration.
  • Serve on designated committees throughout the library.
  • Participate in outreach programs to support research, education and community needs.
  • Contributes to the profession by publishing, presenting or participating in professional organizations.
  • Keep abreast of developments, trends and issues in all areas of responsibilities.
  • Performs miscellaneous duties and conducts special projects as required.
  • Other task are assign.

*Operating Environment, Framework & Boundaries:

Work is in a multicultural office and library environment. Must adhere to all applicable QF and Library Policies & Procedures and must ensure that all policies and procedures comply with global standards and best practices. Must comply with QF health, safety, security, and environment policies, procedures, legal regulations and objectives applicable to areas of responsibility to ensure that work is performed in a safe, healthy and environmentally-sound manner. Work hours, days and locations will vary according to QNL requirements. Regularly-scheduled evening and weekend work will be required. Plus any other special notes regarding position such as exposure to hazards, travel requirements, etc.

Communications and Working Relationships:

  • Public Services Manager – on work progress, assignment and feedback
  • Senior Information Services  – on coordination of section work processes, public programs
  • Technical Services staff – for fund accounting, acquisitions and cataloguing issues
  • Administration and Planning staff – for communications and financial reporting issues
  • Web Librarian – on usability of library website, content issues
  • Library partners/stakeholders – on integration of information literacy skills, collection needs
  • Faculty, students and general public – on user needs.

Problem Solving & Complexity:

This is a position which requires a great depth of expertise and knowledge in the field of information management, user education knowledge acquisition, subject specialization and research methodologies. It requires insight, extensive and advanced knowledge of trends in teaching concepts, learning styles, emerging digital library technologies and electronic resources.  The position requires advanced level of knowledge of the assigned subject level and it’s literature.

Decision Making Authority & Responsibility:

The incumbent makes day to day operational decisions regarding the work allocation. The incumbent makes independent decisions on the acquisition of materials up to a maximum of 5,000 QR.  Any major decisions are made in consultation with the supervisor.

RequirementsKnowledge, Skills & Experience:

  • Masters degree in Library or Information Science accredited by the American Library Association or foreign equivalent. An undergraduate degree in Political Science or Economics would be an asset.
  • Prior experience in Public Services or Information Services would be an asset.
  • Skills and knowledge of web, social media and library technologies.
  • Strong interpersonal, communication and presentation skills in English.  Arabic language skills are beneficial but not required.
  • Good interpersonal and people skills and the ability to work effectively both independently and within a team.
  • Flexible and enthusiastic and adaptable to changing environment.

About Qatar National Library

Qatar National Library’s management and planning office is pleased to welcome you to the library’s website. Staff is currently preparing for the National Library’s opening in a spectacular library building designed by the renowned architect Rem Koolhaas.

Qatar National Library (QNL) carries out its mission through three functions: National Library, University and Research Library, and a Metropolitan Public Library of the digital age. The National Library function collects and provides access to global knowledge relevant to Qatar and the region. It also collects, preserves, and provides access to heritage content and materials about Qatar and the region. The University and Research Library function supports education and research at all levels by providing printed and digital library materials for students and researchers. Metropolitan Public Library delivers library services and information for everyone to enjoy reading, meet people, and become information literate.

Included in QNL’s facilities will be a variety of collaborative and individual learning spaces, a Children’s Library, 300 public computer workstations, digital media production facilities, performance spaces, a café, an adaptive technology center, Writing Center and Tutoring Center, and more.

In addition to full-text databases, we are planning for 1.2 million books, 500,000 ebooks, periodicals and newspapers, and special collections. The renowned Heritage Colelction was integrated with the library in the summer of 2011. Our qualified librarians are experts in teaching, research skills, literacy, programs, and knowledge management. Combining all these skills together with QNL’s strong service ethic, there will be much for the local community to do, learn, and discover.

Qatar National Library (QNL) is a non-profit organization under the umbrella of Qatar Foundation for Education, Science, and Community Development (QF). QNL is supporting Qatar in its journey from carbon-based economy to knowledge-based economy by providing resources to students, researchers, and the community in Qatar. It was announced in November 2012 by Her Highness Sheikha Moza bint Nasser, Chairperson of Qatar Foundation for Education, Science and Community Development.

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Job: Associate Director of the Library

2.22.17 –  Associate Director of the Library
Georgetown University, Doha, Qatar

Sarah P’s comments: With the fall of the price of oil, there are far fewer positions being posted in the Middle East. The last time Georgetown listed a position was in the spring of 2015 and it was for Director of the Library.

Here is my usual statement about Qatar:  I have watched the development of Doha’s Education City since its inception in 2002. Jobs regularly appear and are filled but the process is vague and the length of time to hire very slow. Salaries are good although recently the cost of living has been rising and the country has been trending toward becoming conservative, for example, cutting off liquor licenses for some establishments, increasing the segregation of men from women, etc.  If you are interested in the Middle East, however, these are cultural differences you need to be willing to accept. Qatar is a stable country with a good safety record however if you want to have come genuine cultural interactions you will need to go camping out of the city, visit the desert in the UAE (Saudi is better but generally off-limits), and/or visit Oman, a must-see country for anyone visiting or living in the region.

Description:

The GU-Qatar Library advances and supports the learning, teaching, and research goals of the university while also serving as a resource for the Qatar community.  The Library offers a wide range of collections and services, both independently and in conjunction with libraries at the Georgetown University campus in Washington DC.  The library currently also houses the library collections and provides circulation services to the University College of London in Qatar (UCL-Q).

The Associate Director provides leadership in the development and operation of the Library with primary responsibility for Information Literacy and Learning Programs, Library Customer Service, Collection Development, Digital Media services, Scholarly Communication and Marketing. The position plans and implements library policies, procedures, and communications; recruits, develops, and supervises staff in designated areas; and assists in coordinating operations between the Washington and Doha campuses and for UCL-Q.  The position provides reference and research assistance for faculty and students.

Responsibilities:

  • Advise the Library Director and the GU-Q leadership team on the development of improved or additional library services
  • Assist the Library Director with library management responsibilities, including planning and monitoring library budgets, recruiting, training, developing, supervising and evaluating library staff
  • Mentor and support a team of instructional librarians in the development and delivery of  information literacy and learning programs (in class, one-on-one, online) and instructional materials to allow students to become self-reliant researchers
  • Meet with faculty in assigned subject areas to determine: student information literacy needs, personal research needs  and course reserve materials
  • Work scheduled hours at the Reference Desk including some evenings, weekends and holidays
  • Develop policies, and procedures for selecting, managing and marketing library collections and content
  • Develop and maintain the library’s collection development profiles for GOBI electronic notifications
  • Monitor library materials budget and prepare monthly collection development expenditure, usage and other statistical data as required
  • Coordinate and monitor the public services work of the Library Support Team (library assistants)
  • Initiate and plan for emerging technologies and innovative ways of providing resources and services
  • Serve as a primary resource to faculty, students and staff and staff on fair use and copyright
  • Other duties as assigned.
Requirements:

  • Masters in Library and Information Science from an ALA-accredited program or equivalent accreditation body.  Additional graduate degree in a discipline area desirable.
  • 7+ years of academic library experience, in a variety of institutions, including 3 years minimum experience supervising librarians.
  • Extensive experience with information literacy programs, library assessment, collection development and library promotion.
  • Extensive experience with staff supervision and budgetary responsibilities.  Demonstrated knowledge of budgetary planning and monitoring.
  • Thorough knowledge of information literacy standards and development; experience with the American College and Research Libraries Framework for Information Literacy for Higher Education.
  • Thorough knowledge of academic library collections and core collection building tools and resources.
  • Thorough knowledge of publishing, scholarly communication, and copyright law.
  • Understanding of the challenges working with a diverse population in an international setting.
  • Sound knowledge of library systems (Alma preferred), vendor platforms, and the Springshare suite of products.
  • Must possess a record of professional participation and accomplishment
  • Superior oral and written communication skills
  • International experience preferred.

Job: Director, Distributed eLibrary

2.11.17 –  Director, Distributed eLibrary
Weill Cornell Medical College in Qatar, Doha

Sarah P’s comments:  This is a re-posting from 8.7.16. I have watched the development of Doha’s Education City since its inception in 2002.  Jobs regularly appear and are filled but the process is vague and the length of time to hire very slow.  Salaries are good and Doha is safe but recently has been trending toward becoming conservative.

 

Established in 2001 as a partnership between Cornell University and Qatar Foundation, WCM-Q is part of Weill Cornell Medicine in New York and shares its mission of dedication to excellence in education, patient care and research.

The first medical school in Qatar and a pioneer of coeducation at university level, WCM-Q offers an integrated program of pre-medical and medical studies leading to the Cornell University M.D. degree. Teaching is by Cornell and Weill Cornell faculty, including physicians at Hamad Medical Corporation (HMC) who hold Weill Cornell appointments.

WCM-Q is in its 14th year of operation and is seeking a candidate for Director of the Distributed eLibrary.

Reporting directly to Dean, the incumbent will partner with other informatics thought leaders at WCM and WCM-Q in imagining, creating, and managing a dynamic, modern information research facility to support education, research, and clinical care for the next generation and beyond. Will be responsible for the strategic planning, management, budgeting, marketing, and administration of library resources and services as well as the Archives of the Weill Cornell Medicine – Qatar Library. The Director will also be critical in leading the Library through this transformation to a next generation facility.

The successful candidate is required to have Masters in Library Science from a graduate library program accredited by the American Library Association, or a comparable information science related degree is expected. S/he should possess 10 years or more of professional experience, with progressive responsibility in an administrative and/or managerial/supervisory capacity in an academic or health sciences library or equivalent organization. Having a strong commitment to information literacy and to developing in students, faculty and clinicians the informatics skills required to practice evidence-based medicine is also a requirement.

Your application requires a CV, including the names and contact information for three references that agree to be contacted, as well as a covering letter. We encourage applicants to describe in their application how they feel they can contribute broadly to the goals of WCM-Q. For additional requirements and responsibilities, please refer to our website listed below. Candidates must be willing to relocate to Doha, Qatar for the duration of the appointment.

Compensation will include a competitive salary with supplement for Foreign Service, housing and transportation.

The screening of applications will begin immediately and continue until suitable candidates are identified

– See more at: https://chroniclevitae.com/jobs/0000354974-01#sthash.38R30aIy.dpuf

 

Job: Instruction and Access Services Librarian

1.11.17 –  Instruction and Access Services Librarian
Virginia Commonwealth University in Qatar (Doha)

Sarah P’s comments: I have watched the development of Doha’s Education City since its inception in 2002.  Jobs regularly appear and are filled but the process is vague and the length of time to hire very slow. Qatar has mixed reviews these days; still a safe place to live but cost of living has risen and there have been increasing restrictions in liquor licensing and segregation of men and women.  However, having lived in the Middle East I will share that it is a very good lifestyle and it is still possible to have some interesting cultural experiences if you choose go camping outside of the city and/or travel to places like Jordan or Oman.

 

Virginia Commonwealth University School of the Arts in Qatar (VCUQatar), offering programs in art and design, is one of six schools from leading American universities and two European institutions, that have established campuses in Education City, Doha, as a result of collaborative agreements between the universities and Qatar Foundation. Each of those universities brings to Qatar educational programs for which those institutions are especially renowned.

Established in 1998, VCUQatar offers students the opportunity to earn a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in fashion design, graphic design, interior design and painting & printmaking, a Bachelor of Arts degree in art history, and a Master of Fine Arts degree in design. Located in Doha, the capital city of Qatar, VCUQatar is fully accredited by the National Association of Schools of Art & Design, the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools and the Council for Interior Design Accreditation. VCUQatar was the first campus established in Education City and has been joined by Weill Cornell Medical College, Texas A&M University, Georgetown University School of Foreign Service, Carnegie-Mellon University, Northwestern University, HEC Paris and University College London.

VCUQatar is committed to recruiting and retaining a diverse student population and workforce as a reflection of our commitment to maintain the excellence of the University, and to offer our students richly varied disciplines, perspectives and interdisciplinary ways of learning.

Position Description

VCUQatar is seeking an Instruction and Access Services Librarian to oversee, coordinate and assess the library’s information literacy program. Reporting to the Director of Libraries, this 12-month, non-tenured faculty position will utilize educational technologies to provide information literacy instruction; provide collection development for academic departments including acquisition, de-selection, and collection analysis for new curriculum; provide subject specific instruction for a range of arts and design disciplines, including Graphic Design, Fashion Design,  Interior Design, Art History, Painting and Printmaking, Art Foundation as well as Liberal Arts and Sciences and Student Services; oversee reference and access services including circulation, interlibrary loan, course reserves, stacks management, and statistical tracking and analysis and formulates policies and procedures related to instruction and public access.

All VCUQatar faculty contribute to a culture of learning through participation in fulfilling the educational mission, support for accreditation standards, pursuit of professional research, participation in a faculty governance and service.  The selected candidate will maintain an active research agenda as a member of the VCUQatar faculty and perform other job-related duties as assigned.

RequirementsRequired Qualifications:

  • ALA-accredited graduate degree in Library Science or advanced degree in a related and relevant discipline.
  • Appropriate years of experience in an academic library.
  • Experience working with an advanced ILS system.
  • Experience with library instruction assessment.
  • Experience teaching within a library instructional program.
  • Experience with library instruction assessment and providing reference and research support in an academic library.
  • Experience developing curriculum and learning outcomes for an academic library.
  • Knowledge of teaching concepts and diverse learning styles.
  • Knowledge of current and emerging educational technologies and the ability to utilize. them in the delivery of library instruction and information literacy outreach.
  • Knowledge and understanding of information literacy concepts and standards.
  • Excellent interpersonal, verbal and written communication skills, presentation and public speaking skills.
  • Ability to manage work-related responsibilities as well as the research and governance requirements for VCUQatar full-time faculty.
  • Fluency in written and spoken English.
  • Demonstrated experience working in and fostering a diverse faculty, staff and student environment or commitment to do so as a faculty member at VCUQatar.

Preferred Qualifications:

  • Advanced degree in education and/or experience as an instructor of record in the post-secondary classroom.
  • Experience working within an arts and design environment or other art-related field.
  • Experience working with English as a Foreign Language (EFL) students in an academic environment.

Review of qualified applicants will begin February 6, 2017 and will continue until the position is filled.

Application Process: Qualified applicants should submit electronically the following: Letter of interest, curriculum vitae, research statement, statement on teaching philosophy, and names of five references including email and telephone contact information to the VCUQ eRecruit System. Only electronic submissions will be accepted.

Job: Systems Librarian

9.26.16 – Systems Librarian
College of the North Atlantic, Qatar Campus, Doha, Qatar

Sarah P’s comments:  The good news about this position is that the search has been opened to nationalities other than Canadian due to the fact that they have been unable to locate a suitably qualified candidate (this news comes Cathleen de Groot, Manager of Library Services at CNA, Qatar.) The position was first advertised in January of this year.

Glassdoor reviews for CNA-Q

Qatar is still a safe place to live but cost of living has risen and there have been increasing restrictions in liquor licensing and segregation of men and women. However having lived in the Middle East I will share that it is a very good lifestyle and it is still possible to have some interesting cultural experiences if you choose go camping outside of the city and/or travel to places like Jordan or Oman.

 

Job Information

The beautiful and culturally progressive State of Qatar is home to the world class post-secondary institution, College of the North Atlantic-Qatar (CNA-Q).  Internationally recognized as a comprehensive technical college, CNA-Q is committed to high quality, student-centered education.  This commitment is reflected through state-of-the-art facilities, accessible and responsive technology programs and strong partnerships with industry.

The college in Qatar is owned by the State but as part of the Comprehensive Agreement, operates as College of the North Atlantic-Qatar. With more than 600 staff and 2,400 students, CNA-Q is one of Qatar’s largest post-secondary institutions. By providing training in a range of technical areas including Engineering Technology, Health Sciences, Industrial Trades, Business Studies and Information Technology, CNA-Q brings the State closer to the goals of Qatar National Vision 2030.

DUTIES:  Working within a team environment, the successful candidate will provide professional assistance in all aspects of a resource library, with specific responsibility for: managing the library’s automated library system and third party open source library software; customization of all ILS modules including acquisitions, serials, circulation, cataloguing, and the online catalogue; maintenance of the library’s website, intranet site, and virtual resources; liaising with the College’s Software Development and IT Departments and external vendors; providing advice and research on best practices in utilizing technology in the provision of library services; and other duties as required.  The library currently uses the Virtua (VTLS) Integrated Library System and the SpringShare web platform.

RequirementsThe successful candidate possesses these qualifications and competencies:

An ALA-accredited Master’s degree in Library or Information Science, or equivalent, and experience and knowledge of managing an automated library system (VTLS preferred); library software (MARC and non-MARC metadata standards); and managing electronic resources and databases is required.  Experience in developing websites and using social networking tools with attention to accessibility and usability is also required.  Candidates must have knowledge of emerging technologies and commitment to continuous learning as well as project management skills including systems upgrades and updates.  Experience and knowledge of content and document management software (ie. SharePoint and SpringShare), web-scale discovery services, web proxy servers, and link resolvers is an asset.  Experience working in an academic library, as well as with outreach, training, and instruction is preferred.  Analytical skills, organizational skills and the ability to work independently is essential.  Candidates must demonstrate exemplary communication and interpersonal skills and expert fluency in English. Effective problem solving skills, an ability to work in a team and learner centered environment, and the ability to develop effective working relationships across all levels of the organization are also required. Intercultural competence including intercultural sensitivity and adaptability, and the ability to conduct oneself appropriately and effectively in another culture, are essential.  Knowledge of technical services and the CNA system and its programs will be considered assets.

NOTE: Employment is contingent upon successful completion of the State of Qatar visa process.


Job: Library Technician III

8.23.16 –  Library Technician III (Records Specialist)
College of the North Atlantic, Doha, Qatar

Sarah P. comments:  This is a position for Canadian citizens as College of the North Atlantic is based in the Canadian Maritimes. FYI: this positions was originally advertised in April of this year.

Qatar has mixed reviews these days; still a safe place to live but cost of living has risen and there have been increasing restrictions in liquor licensing and segregation of men and women.  Mixed reviews for the College of the North Atlantic’s Qatar campus are found on Glassdoor.  However having lived in the Middle East I will share that it is a very good lifestyle and it is still possible to have some interesting cultural experiences if you choose go camping outside of the city and/or travel to places like Jordan or Oman.

Application Deadline September 1, 2016

Job Information:

The beautiful and culturally progressive State of Qatar is home to the world class post-secondary institution, College of the North Atlantic-Qatar (CNA-Q).  Internationally recognized as a comprehensive technical college, CNA-Q is committed to high quality, student-centered education.  This commitment is reflected through state-of-the-art facilities, accessible and responsive technology programs and strong partnerships with industry.

The college in Qatar is owned by the State but as part of the Comprehensive Agreement, operates as College of the North Atlantic-Qatar. With more than 600 staff and 2,400 students, CNA-Q is one of Qatar’s largest post-secondary institutions. By providing training in a range of technical areas including Engineering Technology, Health Sciences, Industrial Trades, Business Studies and Information Technology, CNA-Q brings the State closer to the goals of Qatar National Vision 2030.

DUTIES:  Under the administrative direction of the Manager, Library Services, the incumbent will perform a variety of technical, administrative and public service functions associated with the operation of the Library, Archives and Learning Commons.  Technical services duties will include:  processing, arranging and describing semi-active and archival institutional records; creating findings aids; providing basic preservations; managing the secure destruction of transitory and end of life-cycle records; following and revising classifications, retention and file plans; print and electronic serials management; original and copy cataloguing of library materials; and materials acquisitions and processing. Administrative duties may include supervising assistant staff, processing requisitions, and space management.  Public service duties will include the provision of reference services, materials retrieval and circulation, training and outreach activities, and other functions as assigned.

The successful candidate must possess these qualifications and competencies:

A Library or Archives Technician Diploma from a recognized college, or equivalent, and experience using a library and/or archives management system, as well as, delivering library and/or archives services to the public is required.  S/he must have a thorough knowledge of library and archives resources and technical services procedures, including acquisitions, processing, cataloguing, records retention schedules and file classification schemes, Library of Congress classification, serials management, and arranging and describing records. The successful candidate must be self-motivated with excellent interpersonal communications and customer service skills, strong organizational and analytical abilities, and attention to detail. Expert fluency in English and effective problem solving skills are required. A demonstrated commitment to working in a team-based, collaborative environment, including working with various levels of management, staff, and committees and intercultural competence and adaptability is essential.

Having internationally recognized certified records manager qualifications would be an asset. Experience in an academic environment and using an electronic document and records management system (EDRMS) would be an asset. Knowledge of the CNA system and its programs is a definite asset.

NOTE: Employment is contingent upon successful completion of the State of Qatar visa process.

If you are a CANADIAN CITIZEN with excellent English language skills and are ready for a professional and personal adventure in the Middle East, we’d like to hear from you.

See our website http://www.cna.nl.ca/careers to apply.

If called for an interview, you must send original transcripts directly to our office from the institution(s) prior to the interview. Successful candidates must provide a recent Certificate of Conduct.

For more information on working and living in Qatar, please visit our website at http://www.cna.nl.ca/qatar.

For general inquiries e-mail:  qatarjobs@cna.nl.ca

Job: Director, Distributed eLibrary

8.7.16 –  Director, Distributed eLibrary
Weill Cornell Medical College in Qatar, Doha

Sarah P’s comments:  I have watched the development of Doha’s Education City since its inception in 2002.  Jobs regularly appear and are filled but the process is vague and the length of time to hire very slow.  Salaries are good and Doha is safe but recently has been trending toward becoming conservative.

 

WCM-Q is in its 14th year of operation and is seeking a candidate for Director of the Distributed eLibrary.

Reporting directly to Dean, the incumbent will partner with other informatics thought leaders at WCM and WCM-Q in imagining, creating, and managing a dynamic, modern information research facility to support education, research, and clinical care for the next generation and beyond. Will be responsible for the strategic planning, management, budgeting, marketing, and administration of library resources and services as well as the Archives of the Weill Cornell Medicine – Qatar Library. The Director will also be critical in leading the Library through this transformation to a next generation facility.

The successful candidate is required to have Masters in Library Science from a graduate library program accredited by the American Library Association, or a comparable information science related degree is expected. S/he should possess 10 years or more of professional experience, with progressive responsibility in an administrative and/or managerial/supervisory capacity in an academic or health sciences library or equivalent organization. Having a strong commitment to information literacy and to developing in students, faculty and clinicians the informatics skills required to practice evidence-based medicine is also a requirement.

Your application requires a CV, including the names and contact information for three references that agree to be contacted, as well as a covering letter. We encourage applicants to describe in their application how they feel they can contribute broadly to the goals of WCM-Q. For additional requirements and responsibilities, please refer to our website listed below. Candidates must be willing to relocate to Doha, Qatar for the duration of the appointment.

Compensation will include a competitive salary with supplement for Foreign Service, housing and transportation.

The screening of applications will begin immediately and continue until suitable candidates are identified.

Application Information

Contact:
Ms. Noha Saqr
Human Resources
Weill Cornell Medicine-Qatar
Phone:
+974 44928614
Fax:
+974 44928666