Some good news (for a change, maybe) in the academic library/information world. We are recruiting a new staff member in the Centre for Information Science, City University London. Full-time, permanent position, intended for a fairly new entrant to academic life; looking for someone to do a mix of teaching, course development, research, publication, and professional liaison.
Some information is given below, with a link to the formal advertisment on the University’s web site. For anyone who was quick off the mark and looked at it already, please be aware that (in a commendable effort to meet a deadline) our HR people initially put up a fairly generic set of information, which has now been enhanced.
Please contact Lyn or myself, if you might be interesting in working with us.
City University London has been a centre of excellence for research and teaching in library and information science for over 50 years. As part of the University’s strategy to develop academic excellence for business and the professions, we now wish to appoint a Lecturer in Library Science. The new lecturer will work alongside David Bawden and Lyn Robinson in City’s Centre for Information Science, teaching on our Masters programmes in Information Science, Library Science and Information Management in the Cultural Sector, and being actively engaged in research and publication.
This is a post for an early-career academic, with a good level of academic maturity and independence. Applicants should hold a PhD in a relevant subject area, and have at least four significant publications in peer-reviewed journals. Relevant professional experience, and experience of teaching in higher education, would be advantageous. Areas of expertise of particular interest are: GLAM (galleries, libraries, archives and museums) sector issues; collection management; culture and heritage information and informatics; digital humanities; social informatics; and publishing.
For an informal discussion, please contact David Bawden (firstname.lastname@example.org) or Lyn Robinson (email@example.com).
Formal information, including application procedure, can be found aton the City University job pages.
The closing date is 28 September.