Competition # : 17-40
Closing Date :
Review of the applications will begin May 1, 2018 and continue until the position is filled.
UNB LIBRARIES LIBRARIAN (ENTREPRENEURSHIP LIBRARIAN) UNB Libraries is seeking a dynamic and innovative Entrepreneurship Librarian for a new tenure-
track position to be based on the Fredericton campus. The Librarian will work in a highly collaborative, cross-disciplinary environment to develop, promote and deliver research and information services across Faculties, working with research and administration units and a diverse community of university stakeholders in the areas of entrepreneurship and innovation.
Key Responsibilities : ·Connect faculties and departments offering programs and courses in entrepreneurship with library research resources / services and identify new opportunities for collaboration.
related activities. ·Work collaboratively to offer student information literacy (IL) instruction and research support. ·Provide onsite and online research support via UNB Libraries’ Research Help services, library subject guides and instructional materials.
accredited institution or equivalent. ·Two years of business and / or entrepreneurial experience in either an academic or corporate library, or a research institution.
Named as Canada's most entrepreneurial university by Startup Canada for its contributions to innovation and entrepreneurial programming, UNB has expanded to become one of the most dynamic and innovative entrepreneurial ecosystems in the country.
To date, UNB is responsible for more than 100 startups. Entrepreneurship is much more than a mindset at UNB, it is an accessible experience that is available to all students no matter what their field of study.
UNB’s network of entrepreneurial centres, incubators, accelerators, and creative communities demonstrate our university-
wide focus on experiential learning, mentorship, entrepreneurial thinking and creativity. Our innovative and experiential programing offers students a wide variety of opportunities to collaborate with their peers and with faculty to develop new ideas, new technologies, new businesses and startup ventures both inside and outside of the classroom environment.
UNB Libraries consists of four libraries across two campuses, with a strong reputation for innovation and development. We collaborate with other institutions through membership in the Canadian Association of Research Libraries, the Canadian Research Knowledge Network, the Council of Atlantic University Libraries and other associations.