Oregon College of Art & Craft
The Director of Library Services acts as the Oregon College of Art and Craft (OCAC) librarian, with responsibility for both book and visual resources collection (VRC). The Director provides strong leadership and vision in developing and implementing library resources and services that strongly support the current and future information needs on the campus and for the community; provides strategic leadership in all functions of the Library in support of the College’s mission and serves as its primary advocate; is responsible, in collaboration with College leadership and library staff, for developing and administering the budgets, policies and procedures pertaining to library services and resources. This full time, salaried, exempt position includes a robust benefits package and reports to the Dean of Academic Affairs & Chief Academic Officer. This position is a critical component of the OCAC academic community. In addition, the Director serves the larger Portland area as a member of the Washington County Cooperative Library Services (WCCLS). This position requires an awareness of current trends in librarianship, visual resources and digital imaging. The applications will be reviewed beginning May 1, 2018. See our website for more information.