Durham, NC: Rice Diet Program Collection Processing Librarian (term), Duke University Medical Center Archives

Job Opening Title: Rice Diet Program Collection Processing Librarian

Employer Name: Duke University Medical Center Archives

Job Location: Durham, NC

Application Deadline:

Salary Range:

Link to job posting: https://mclibrary.duke.edu/about/employment#professional3

Years of experience required: 3

Job Description (if URL to posting not available). Please include instructions for how to apply.: 2 Year Grant Position Available: Rice Diet Program Collection Note: this is a 2 year grant funded position The Medical Center Library & Archives is committed to building a diverse and inclusive workplace and strongly encourages applications from candidates of all races, genders, ages, ethnicities, cultural heritage or nationalities; religious or political beliefs; sexual orientations or gender identities; and socioeconomic, veteran or ability statuses. The Duke University Medical Center Library & Archives (MCL&A) is seeking a dynamic and proactive librarian to process the papers of the Rice Diet Program. The Processing Librarian will inventory, process, and catalog the professional papers of Drs. Walter Kempner and Barbara Newborg. The Librarian will identify with work with participants of an on-going research project (IRB Pro. 00105257) to identify materials pertinent to their research goals. Additionally, the Librarian will identify and make recommendations to address both preservation issues, and confidentiality (HIPAA, PHI) issues. The Librarian will work to increase access to the collection by describing the collection in the MCL&A’s collection management software (Axaem), through the creation of an EAD finding aid, and virtual integration of the collection with Dr. Kempner’s personal papers. The individual in this position joins a responsive, customer-service oriented department that acquires, preserves, and makes accessible medical center records with permanent historical and research value. We value diversity, collaboration, and creativity. We offer generous professional development and support opportunities to grow existing skills. The Medical Center Library & Archives is a well-respected and integral component of biomedical research, quality health professions education, and patient care delivery. Duke University consistently ranks among the top health professions schools, top recipients of NIH funding, and top hospitals. Visit our website to view the full description: https://mclibrary.duke.edu/about/employment#professional3 SALARY AND BENEFITS Salary for this position is competitive and based on experience and education. We welcome individuals with 3 or more years of experience for this role. Duke University offers excellent benefit packages, vacation and sick leave, and support for professional development. Please see: https://hr.duke.edu/benefits DATE Available August 1. Due to the nature of this position, successful candidate will be required to work on-site full-time. To Apply Send letter of application, resume, and names of three references to Russell Koonts, Director, Medical Center Archives & Digital Initiatives, Duke University Medical Center Library at russell.koonts@duke.edu. Duke is committed to building an inclusive and diverse university community. Every student, faculty, and staff member – whatever their race, gender, age, ethnicity, cultural heritage or nationality; religious or political beliefs; sexual orientation or gender identity; or socioeconomic, veteran or ability status – has the right to inclusion, respect, agency and voice in the Duke community. Further, all members of the University community have a responsibility to uphold these values and actively foster full participation in university life.

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