Major Duties and Responsibilities:
1. Provides oversight for the physical archival collections and collection management systems. This includes accession and deaccession of physical collections in accordance with collection development policy, conservation and preservation for physical materials, implementing measures to make physical collections more widely accessible and assisting with reference and research requests.
2. In collaboration with department members, conducts outreach and develops programming to engage the university community while raising awareness of the collections. This may include instruction, exhibits, tours, social media, programs, and events.
3. Actively engages students and student groups, faculty, staff, and community members in engaging with the collections with an aim to amplify and elevate under-represented communities.
4. Works closely with faculty and students to offer primary source literacy instruction. Promotes opportunities to embed archival collections into teaching and learning practice.
5. Serves as bibliographer and faculty liaison to teaching departments for collection development within assigned subject areas. As a member of the library faculty, serves on library and university-wide committees.
6. Participates in professional activities, including research, publication, and service to fulfill research and scholarship requirements for academic rank and promotion. Participates in various functions of the university to support the values and mission of Regis University.
7. Participates in directing the work of staff and student workers.