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Full text: Bibliotheksdienst (Rights reserved) Issue 41.2007 (Rights reserved)

Anzeigen 248 Bibliotheksdienst 41. Jg. (2007), H. 2 EMBL is a leading international molecular biology research organisaion and headquartered in Heidelberg (Germany), with Outstations in Grenoble (France), Hamburg (Germany), Hinxton (U.K.), and Monterotendo (Italy). For our modern scientific library in Heidelberg we are looking for a Junior Librarian As Junior Librarian you will be responsible for: • Organising, evaluating and disseminating information for the scientific community • Creating, updating and managing online and networked information resources • Dealing with user enquiries and helping users conduct literature searches online • Keeping up to date with latest developments, particularly IT • Contributing to the development of library and information strategic plans • Maintaining good relations with external bodies, e. g. suppliers • Managing resources, ranging from websites, journals and books to equipment and furniture Applicants should have a degree and a qualification either as Librarians or Information Scientists. Practical work experience in a library is desirable. Candidates will be expected to demonstrate good interpersonal and communi- cation skills, attention to detail and be a team player. A high level of IT expertise (especially databases) is expected – knowledge of STAR would be an asset. Familiarity with library securi- ty systems is desirable. A good knowledge of English and German is essential. An initial contract of 3 years will be offered to the successful candi- date. This can be re- newed, depending on the circumstances at the time of review. EMBL is an inclusive, equal opportunity employer offering attractive conditions and benefits appropri- ate to an international research organisation. To apply, please email a CV, cover letter, and references, quoting ref. no. BD/07/03 in the subject line, to:
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