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Web Developer 320100 - General Library Main Campus - Starkville, MS
The Web Developer will assist in maintaining the Libraries website and web-based applications as well as assist in the development of new applications for the Library and other clients. The successful candidate will also assist supported clients/users with comprehensive web development, programming, implementation and maintenance; configuration and training; integration with other systems; and integration of various information technology systems.
Assistant Professor 320100 - General Library Main Campus - Starkville, MS
The Mississippi State University (MSU) Libraries seek applicants for an Assistant Professor/Monographic Cataloger tenure-track position. This position contributed to the development of a virtual research database by performing original and complex adaptive cataloging of monographic materials representing all subject matter and all formats according to RDA, AACR2R, Library of Congress-Program for Cooperative Cataloging Policy Statements (LC-PCC PSs), LC Classification, LC Subject Headings, and MARC21 formats. Creates, reviews and edits metadata for the Libraries’ unique materials, including rare books, artists’ books, maps, graphics, publications by the University and its faculty, and web-based materials in multiple languages, formats and time periods, according to national and local standards for rare materials description. This position reports to Associate Dean for Technical Services.
Assistant Professor 320100 - General Library Main Campus - Starkville, MS
The Mississippi State University (MSU) Libraries seek applicants for an Assistant Professor/Special Collections Cataloger tenure-track position in the Cataloging Department. The Libraries’ Special Collections Department contains manuscripts, rare books and other unique historical materials documenting the history of Mississippi State University, Mississippi, the South and beyond. These materials are preserved and organized for the use of students, faculty and other researchers and include correspondence, photographs, films, audio recordings, persona, family and business records, architectural drawings, maps, newspapers, literary manuscripts, artifacts and memorabilia and MSU publications and records. This position contributes to the development of a virtual research database by performing original and complex adaptive cataloging of special collections monographic materials representing all subject matter and all formats according to RDA, AACR2R, Library of Congress-Program for Cooperative Cataloging Policy Statements (LC-PCC PSs), LC Classification, LC Subject Headings, and MARC21 formats. Creates, reviews and edits metadata for the Libraries’ unique materials, including rare books, artists’ books, maps, graphics, publications by the University and its faculty, and web-based materials in multiple languages, formats and time periods, according to national and local standards for rare materials description. This position reports to Associate Dean for Technical Services.
Assistant Professor 320100 - General Library Main Campus - Starkville, MS
The Mississippi State University (MSU) Libraries seek applicants for the position of Assistant Professor (History Research Librarian). This tenure track position will collaborate with colleagues to ensure the effective delivery of user services and support, including research, reference, instruction, outreach and collection management in a collaborative information- and technology-intensive environment. This person will be a member of a team responsible for the Research and Campus Outreach services to Mississippi State University students, staff and faculty. This position reports to the Coordinator of Research Services.
Assistant Professor 320100 - General Library Main Campus - Starkville, MS
This tenure track position will assume leadership of and be responsible for continuing the development, implementation and promotion of services that support the Libraries’ current Scholarly Communication Initiative which was designed to provide faculty, researchers and students with a better understanding of open access, author rights, open educational resources, data management, institutional repositories and copyright. This position reports to the Dean of Libraries.