Stanford Libraries hiring again (again)

There are lots of great job opportunities open at the Stanford Libraries right now. For a complete list of openings, go to the Stanford Jobs site and select job category “Library”.
Some highlights:
Assistant University Librarian for Collection Development (Humanities and Social Sciences): The AUL/CD reports to the University Librarian and coordinates with SULAIR’s Assistant and Associate University Librarians, the Director of Academic Computing Services, and other senior staff officers. This is a senior leadership position with general responsibility for the overall success and efficacy of all of SULAIR’s programs over and above the specific administrative and programmatic responsibilities generally defined in this document.
Stanford University Archivist: Reporting to the University Librarian through the Department of Special Collections, and under a mandate of the Stanford University Board of Trustees, the University Archivist is responsible for the formulation, development, and administration of the Stanford University Archives and its program for the collection, preservation, and use of historical archival and manuscript materials, publications, and other documents pertaining to the heritage of the Stanford University community or retained in the University’s interest.
Social Sciences Librarian: Serve as subject specialist for economics and political science, with possible future responsibility for an additional social science, depending on Library needs. Responsibilities include assessment, development, selection and management of research collections and information resources in all formats in support of the research and teaching needs of the relevant academic departments and programs. Serve as primary liaison between SULAIR and the relevant academic departments.

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