Employment Opportunities

Librarian Openings

Web Services Librarian
The Web Services Librarian coordinates the Towson University Library web environment which provides worldwide access to collections, services and resources. The Web Services Librarian manages the Drupal based site within a Windows, Apache, MySql and PHP(WAMP ) environment, integrates a variety of web applications used by the Library, and coordinates content contributions from library departments within the CMS. The Web Services Librarian participates in assessing library functions, operations, services and resources using analytical tools for quantitative and qualitative assessment. The Web Services Librarian provides information literacy instruction to students and serves as liaison to faculty in assigned disciplines. The Web Services Librarian actively pursues scholarship related to their field; and plays an active role representing the Library both within the University and the University System of Maryland.

Staff Openings

Library Associate for Electronic Resources
Towson University’s Albert S. Cook Library seeks a detail-oriented, tech savvy, customer-focused Library Associate to manage the library’s electronic resources, including e-journals, databases, aggregator and e-book collections, e-resources statistics, and the Open URL Resolver Knowledge Base and SFX. The position will also be responsible for trouble-shooting access issues for the library’s electronic resources.
Library Associate Special Collections and University Archives
Towson University’s Albert S. Cook Library seeks a Library Associate to assist in processing and managing its archival and special collections. This position works as part of the team that cares for, manages, and promotes Towson University’s archives and special collections by arranging, describing, preserving, and providing access to records of enduring value.
Evening Library Associate – Learning Commons
Towson University’s Albert S. Cook Library seeks an energetic, customer-centered Library Associate to provide traditional and online reference and research services in a high demand environment, to a diverse community of students, faculty, staff, and the general public. The normal schedule for this position will be Sunday through Thursday from 2 p.m.-10 p.m. with some variation in work hours between academic sessions.