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Sandra Graham
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Subject :Oregon State University Department Head for the Special Collections and Archives Research Center

The Oregon State University Libraries are seeking applicants for the position of Department Head for the Special Collections and Archives Research Center. This is a full-time (1.0 FTE), 12-month, professional faculty position and also a tenured administrator position.

The full job posting, including instructions for applicants, is available at

Application Deadline: February 4, 2022

Salary Range: $90,000-$105,000

Minimum Qualifications:
• Master’s degree in library/information science from an ALA-accredited institution or a foreign equivalent; or terminal degree in a related field.
• Significant record of achievement that merits appointment as tenured Associate or Full Professor in the OSU Libraries. A significant record of achievement is a demonstrated record of engagement with the professional community, including scholarship and service.
• Demonstrated experience leading high-performing teams, committees or workgroups with duties including but not limited to planning, prioritizing, and goal-setting efforts.
• Demonstrated experience collaborating across organizational boundaries and working with complex stakeholder groups to move projects forward.
• Demonstrated experience supervising employees, may include: hiring, training, developing, evaluating, coaching, or mentoring.
• Demonstrated commitment to fostering the broadest appropriate access to cultural heritage materials.
• Demonstrated experience in and vision for building a diverse, inclusive, equitable, and anti-racist culture in professional organizations.
• Ability to facilitate the development of a collaborative vision for a university archives and special collections, and to provide leadership to implement the vision.
Summary of Position Duties:
• 40% Administration of the Special Collections and Archives Research Center
• 25% Advocacy and Collaboration
• 25% Supervision
• 10% Service
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