Are you looking to expand your library career through public service to state government?  Do you have experience administering electronic resources to ensure they work seamlessly and support the needs of library patrons? If you are detail-oriented with strong analytical skills and enjoy engaging with diverse groups of individuals, then consider joining the State Library of Oregon.

The E-resources librarian in the Government Information and Library Services division you will oversee all aspects of the electronic resource life cycle, provide training in the use of library resources, support the reference needs of state agencies, and connect with patrons though outreach promotion.

As E-Resources Librarian, you will be responsible for the lifecycle management of electronic resources including licensing, acquisitions, renewals, activation, maintenance, and evaluation. This essential work includes:
Collecting, sharing, and analysis of usage statistics, as well as, troubleshooting issues.
Provide reference and research support to state employees, including outreach and marketing, as well as conducting instruction sessions, both online and in person environments.

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Wendy Cornelisen 
State Librarian 
Class of 2007 

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