Business Librarian (Mason School of Business)
Alan B. Miller Hall; Williamsburg Virginia
Contact: Mason HR - [[w|masonhr]]
Situated in the heart of Miller Hall, the McLeod Business Library is the center for Business research at the Raymond A. Mason School of Business. The Business Library operates at the crux of the Business curriculum and scholarship, and it supports the information and data needs of Business students, faculty, and staff. As a partner in the research and learning enterprise, the Business Library is guided by the School’s mission, vision, commitment to Diversity & Inclusion, and strategic plan. The Business Library proudly provides access to myriad physical and virtual collections, research and instructional services, spaces, and technologies.
The Business Librarian is a member of the McLeod Business Library at the Raymond A. Mason School of Business. The Business Librarian will cultivate partnerships between faculty, students, administrative units within the School of Business, and with other campus-wide libraries. They will provide course-integrated instruction, workshops, individual consultations, and research assistance to the School of Business population while actively pursuing outreach opportunities to promote library services, and advance research and learning for the School of Business. The position reports to the Head of the McLeod Business Library.
The Raymond A. Mason School of Business at William & Mary values Diversity and strongly supports Equity and Inclusion as part of our core values. Because of that belief it is the duty of all employees of the Mason School to ensure they promote DE&I efforts through their work as part of their primary responsibilities. This includes, but is not limited to, making efforts to share opportunities with all populations, being respectful in interactions with all people, and holding others to the standards set forth by the Mason School of Business. Diversity, Equity, & Inclusion is the responsibilities of the whole community and we strive to create a place of shared harmony and belonging for all.
- ALA accredited master’s degree in library and information science or international equivalent
- Demonstrated ability to build knowledge of information literacy, theory, and practice in order to teach
- Knowledge of Business databases and platforms, such as Bloomberg, Refinitiv, and WRDS
- Knowledge of scholarly communication and publishing models, as well as some knowledge of current and emerging trends in Business research
- Demonstrates a strong commitment to promoting and enhancing diversity and inclusion as a professional librarian
- Demonstrated ability to communicate effectively, with a diverse population of constituencies including faculty, staff, students, alumni, and other library stakeholders and patrons
Up to $60,000 commensurate with experience and equity