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Collection Assessment Librarian (#313)

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The Collection Assessment Librarian’s primary responsibility will be the collection and evaluation of electronic resource usage statistics, collection and maintenance of monographic and serial usage and holdings information, and evaluation of other collections related data. He/she will work with librarians and staff throughout the Libraries to collect, analyze, and report collections-related assessment data and to develop a data-driven approach to achieving strategic collections objectives, in order to provide the Libraries with a deeper understanding of user behavior, requirements, and priorities. For full position description and application procedure, see http://www.usc.edu/libraries/jobs/librarians

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