Designs and teaches information literacy instruction for credit and non-credit courses aligned to the Association of College and Research Libraries (ACRL) Framework. Incorporates assessment strategies tied to PVCC’sGeneral Education outcomes to improve instruction and student learning. Demonstrates innovation in teaching and in the use of student-centered learning strategies. Creates and assesses interactive lessons/modules to be embedded in our learning management system, Canvas as well as for use in our face-to-face instructional program. Provides reference assistance to campus and community, both face-to-face and online, and at the Black Mountain campus.
Collaborates with faculty to develop customized course materials, including open education resources. Develops library collection (print, media and electronic) to meet curricular and research needs for academic division liaison areas; cultivates relationships with high school and university institutions to develop and promote student success, transfer pathways, and degree completion.
Coordinates a specialty area such as Virtual Services (interfacing the college community to all electronic resources and services), Library Instruction (information literacy), Outreach (campus and community), Division Chair (including planning, personnel management and supervision, budget management, scheduling, and overall management of library services), or other related area.
Remains current with new trends and developments in the field through attendance at conferences, courses, seminars, and workshops. Participates in college and district/division meetings, committees, and projects. Supports the mission of the college by engaging with the broader campus community.
A master's degree in Library or Information Science (or its equivalent) from a graduate professional program accredited by the American Library Association
EDU250-Teaching and Learning in the Community Colleges-or equivalent must be completed within two years of date of hire
Two years of library experience (may include student or graduate student employment, internships, or practicums).
Evidence of pedagogical best practices in areas of information literacy, such as Universal Design for Learning and online information literacy.
Experience providing in-person and online reference service.
Experience with technology such as: Web 2.0 tools, learning management systems, e-learning authoring tools, and other interactive classroom technology tools.
Education or experience with Open Educational Resources (OER); including licensing and copyright issues.
Experience in planning, implementing, and assessing strategies to address equity gaps.
Background degree or experience in instructional design.
Special Working Conditions
Possession of a valid State of Arizona Class D driver's license is required; must meet minimum standards regarding driving: http://www.maricopa.edu/legal/rmi/vehicle.htm#requirements
Travel to campus during interview/selection process will be at candidate’s own expense
May require travel to meetings, training, events, etc. at other MCCCD locations
May require occasional evenings or weekends
May be required to lift or carry up to #25 lbs
May involve occasional prolonged periods of viewing a computer screen