Newsletter of the Medical Library Group of Southern California and Arizona

Job Posting: Director for Research & Instruction (Stanford, CA)

Posted on July 24, 2015 by Kelli Hines | No Comments

Stanford University invites applications for the Director for Research & Instruction position at Lane Medical Library.  The detailed job description is available by visiting and searching for job # 67674.


Stanford University is seeking a Librarian 4 to be responsible for the Research & Instruction department and program in the Lane Medical Library.  Reporting to the Associate Dean for Knowledge Management, Director of Lane Medical Library & Knowledge Management Center in the School of Medicine, the Director for Research & Instruction is responsible for the strategic direction of research and instructional services, the knowledge navigation and information literacy skills program, and the departmental liaison program. This position includes responsibility for identifying innovative user-centered service initiatives,  supervising a staff of 3 FTE, collaborating with programs across Stanford Medicine and liaisoning with libraries on campus.

The Director for Research & Instruction is a member of Lane Medical Library’s senior management team which has the responsibility to create the overall vision and guide the process of setting priorities, develop appropriate strategies in achieving objectives, enable successful outcomes through the best use of library assets including, staff, funds, collections, technology and facilities, and ensure world class knowledge-based services in support of the School ’s research, clinical and educational mission. As the primary liaison for Medical Education, the Director for Research & Instruction is responsible for overall services and planning of research and instructional services, including curriculum development in information literacy skills and technology planning that ensures excellence in research and knowledge navigation services.


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