[mla-nynj] Fwd: [sunyla-l] University at Buffalo Employment Opportunity

Michael Huang michael.b.huang at stonybrook.edu
Tue Sep 29 20:03:06 UTC 2020


FYI. Thanks.

Michael

Michael Bailou Huang, MLS, MEd, MS, L.Ac.
SUNY Distinguished Librarian
Director, Global Library Initiatives
Stony Brook University
Health Sciences Library
Health Sciences Tower, Level 3, Rm 136
Stony Brook, NY 11794-8034
Phone: 631.444.3794






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From: Library, HR Employment <ublibjob at buffalo.edu>
Date: Tue, Sep 29, 2020 at 3:57 PM
Subject: [sunyla-l] University at Buffalo Employment Opportunity
To: SUNYLA discussion group <sunyla-l at ls.suny.edu>


The University at Buffalo Libraries seek a dynamic, collaborative, and
service-oriented librarian to serve as the *Curator of the Robert L. Brown
History of Medicine Collection
<http://www.ubjobs.buffalo.edu/postings/26448>*. This noteworthy collection
includes historical materials in all areas of the health sciences,
including dentistry, medicine, nursing, pharmacy and public health.
Established in 1972, the collection was named in 1985 for Robert L. Brown,
MD, former Associate Dean of the School of Medicine. The mission of the
collection is to educate and inform members of the University and global
communities about the history of medicine and the health sciences, with a
particular focus on Buffalo and Western New York. Founded as a medical
school, the importance of medicine as part of the University at Buffalo’s
heritage is central toward understanding the development of the university
itself. In general, the goal of the collection is to open a gateway to the
history of medicine and the health sciences by acquiring, collecting,
preserving, interpreting and exhibiting books, tools and other resources
from the past under the guiding principle found in the collection’s
motto: *Chart
the future by exploring the past*.



Based upon qualifications, experience, the University’s standards for
continuing appointment, and Libraries’ standards in librarianship,
research, service and outreach, we anticipate appointing the successful
candidate at the rank of Senior Assistant Librarian or Associate Librarian.
The Curator will report to the Interim Head of the Health Sciences Library
Services and work with librarians and staff across the University Libraries.



We are looking for a skilled, passionate person to join us in making the
University Libraries a center of energy and innovation on campus. You can
expect to learn continuously in a rapidly changing academic landscape. We
will help you be successful by providing mentorship and professional
development opportunities.



Interested and qualified candidates should apply via the university’s
applicant tracking system, UB Jobs, using the above link. We are currently
reviewing applications and anticipate filling this position by *February
2021.*



*The University at Buffalo is an equal opportunity, affirmative action
employer, and is committed to providing employment opportunities to
minorities, women, veterans, disabled individuals, and other protected
groups in order to build a culturally diverse and pluralistic University
community.*
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