|Date Posted||May 24, 2018|
The University of Georgia Libraries is seeking qualified candidates to fill the position of Head of the Map and Government Information Library and Map and Federal Regional Depository Librarian. The Head of the Map and Government Information Library reports to the Deputy University Librarian and Director of Library Technology and has responsibility for the reference services, GIS services, technical processing, facilities, and staff of the Map and Government Information Library. This position plans, develops, and delivers cartographic and government information and related services across the university and to the public.
The UGA Libraries is Georgia’s designated regional depository for U.S. documents received through the Federal Depository Library Program and the official depository for State of Georgia government publications; it is also home to one of the largest academic map collections in the country. Taken together, the map and government documents collections consist of approximately 1.7 million tangible items housed in four locations (the Map and Government Information Library, the Science Library, the Special Collections Libraries Building, and the off-site Repository) and over 3 million microforms.
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