Decker Library at MICA invites applications for a full-time Resource Sharing Coordinator to join our team! The Resource Sharing Coordinator manages our interlibrary loan and document delivery services and engages in the full-range of Access Services functions including course reserves, managing the service desk, supervising student workers, and overseeing the physical library space.
We are especially interested in candidates possessing:
- Demonstrated experience in resource sharing and reserves, as well as knowledge of best practices.
- The ability to work flexibly, independently, and collaboratively with colleagues, staff, faculty, and students to foster a collegial work environment that encourages growth, inclusivity, innovation, curiosity, and rigor.
- Management experience.
- Excellent communication, interpersonal, and customer service skills.
- Exceptional organizational skills, problem-solving skills, attention to detail and accuracy, and the ability to set and keep deadlines.
- A background in art, art history, or design.
- Demonstrated experience with promoting social justice, equity, and diversity.
The position requires consistent evening and weekend hours. If interested, please see the full position description and submit application materials online: https://mica.wd5.
The mission of Decker Library is to empower MICA community members to make informed choices in their work and lives. If we are successful, the library will be a hub for socially engaged artists, designers, and educators in Baltimore, creating a more equitable world.
Our core values are:
- Innovative, Inclusive, Investigative
- We provide a welcoming space for learning, inspiration, and discovery.
- We are partners with faculty in student learning, specifically relating to information literacy.
- We help anyone in the MICA community find what they are looking for.
- We are Decker Library!
Our goals are:
- To become a participatory library, where conversations in physical and digital spaces create knowledge that is beneficial to the MICA community.
- To practice critical librarianship, where we help our community develop critical thinking skills, provide information literacy instruction, promote being an engaged citizen, and critique power and privilege, including developing antiracist frameworks.
- To become a beta space that allows for the prototyping of new and iterative ideas.
- To be in partnership with campus units to better support learning.