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Liaison Librarian for Science & Engineering

Carnegie Mellon University
Job Location:
Pittsburgh, 15213
Library and Information Science

Carnegie Mellon University: Libraries

Location: Pittsburgh, PA, United States


The Department of Carnegie Mellon University Libraries at Carnegie Mellon University (Pittsburgh, PA) (multiple positions) is seeking a Liaison Librarian for Science & Engineering to teach and instruct undergraduate and graduate level students in the CMU Engineering program. Topics of instruction will include: Artificial Intelligence in Engineering; Using AI tools with Engineering Research Software; Engineering Research Competencies; and Introduction to Technical Standards.

  • Provide additional course/session instruction as needed by the College of Engineering Faculty.
  • Use expertise in information trends in engineering and related disciplines to facilitate research and ensure that the library meets student and faculty engineering needs.
  • Develop innovative services and resources for engineering research, teaching, and learning communities, including areas such as open access.
  • Provide data management consultation and research data services in collaboration with the libraries' research data specialists.
  • Collaborate with faculty to develop information literacy curriculum for undergraduate and graduate students.
  • Curate and maintain the libraries' engineering collections in response to the changing research, teaching and learning needs of faculty and students in the College of Engineering.
  • Provide general and engineering reference services to the CMU community.
  • Provide guidance to faculty and doctoral students using research metrics such as: Scopus, Web of Science, SciVal, Google Scholar, Harzing's Publish or Perish, Symplectic Elements, Altmetric, and other tools that may emerge.
  • Work with vendors to identify, develop, advertise, and train on new platforms or services.
  • Develop a program of research and scholarship related to information science and librarianship and aspects of disciplinary expertise.
  • Produce high-quality scholarship.


Required: Master's degree (or foreign equivalent) in Library and Information Science, Computer Engineering, or a directly related field.

Remote work available up to two days per week. Must live within commuting distance of Pittsburgh, PA.

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