Outside the U.S.


Any area outside the U.S.


Calgary, AB, Canada
 
The University of Calgary is one of Canada’s top comprehensive research intensive post-secondary learning institutions, with over 34,000 students in 14 faculties, over 1,800 academic staff, and 3,300 non-academic staff across five campuses. The University of Calgary is a young, dynamic institution ranked one of the world’s top 200 universities.
 
Through our Eyes High vision we have fundamentally transformed our institution. We have raised our global profile, enhanced the quality of undergraduate and graduate education, promoted innovation and excellence in scholarly activity, and provided significant returns to the community and economy both locally and beyond. The Eyes High 2017-2022 vision was recently re-energized following five years of institutional transformation. The updated vision, launched in the 50th Anniversary year of the University, will continue to provide the platform from which the university can leverage its momentum and aspirations. The University continues to serve as a beacon for change, for elevating excellence, and for building a strong community around a shared future vision to be recognized as a top 5 research university in Canada, with a strong focus on student experience, campus culture and entrepreneurial thinking.
 
With nearly 50 academics and 150 staff, Libraries and Cultural Resources (LCR) is a principal division of the University of Calgary, combining seven libraries on campus and across the city; two art galleries — the Nickle Galleries and the Founders' Gallery at The Military Museums; Archives and Special Collections; the University of Calgary Copyright Office; and the University of Calgary Press. With its recognition as a member of the Association of Research Libraries in 2009 and the opening of the Taylor Family Digital Library in 2011, Libraries and Cultural Resources has established itself as an essential partner in the success of the University.
 
Reporting to the Provost and Vice-President (Academic) and interfacing as a collaborative member of the Provost Team, the Vice Provost, Libraries and Cultural Resources is responsible for the overall leadership and management of the LCR unit, and for the effective use of its resources. The Vice Provost will develop and administer a vision, policies, and procedures to ensure a high level of service to the community of LCR users is achieved, in support of their research and learning needs.
 
The ideal candidate is a visionary and inspirational leader who builds relationships with all levels of community, including University Faculty and staff, government, corporate leaders, funding partners, agencies, and key institutions and organizations, to communicate and promote the academic and research resources of LCR, and to maintain and further LCR’s reputation and profile as one of the top research libraries in the world. Preference will be shown to candidates who possess a Masters degree in library or archival sciences, in addition to extensive practical administrative experience coupled with knowledge of current and emerging technology and evolutions in scholarly communication. A Ph.D. in a relevant discipline is desirable.
 
Ranked the 5th most liveable city in the world, 3rd most ethnically diverse city in Canada, and possessing one of the youngest populations of major cities in Canada, Calgary is home to the University of Calgary, world-class attractions, sporting amenities and public infrastructure that support healthy lifestyles. Calgary is a city of leaders—in business, community, philanthropy and volunteerism. With the highest concentration of entrepreneurs and Canadian head offices in Canada, Calgary ranked 2nd in Canada’s Best Places to do Business. Situated in the sunny foothills of Canada's majestic Rocky Mountains, Calgary is a major urban centre surrounded by an area of profound beauty with an unspoiled, resource-rich natural environment.
 
Consistently rated by the United Nations as the world’s best country to live in, Canada is the world’s second largest country by total area and is one of the most ethnically diverse and multicultural nations. The 10th largest advanced economy in the world, relying upon its abundant natural resources and sophisticated international trade networks, Canada ranks among the highest in international measurements of government transparency, civil liberties, quality of life, economic freedom, and education.
 
The University of Calgary welcomes diversity and encourages applications from all qualified peoples, including persons with disabilities, members of visible minorities, and Indigenous persons. To explore this exciting opportunity further, please contact Boyden’s Calgary office at 403-410-6700 or forward your CV and related materials in to opportunities@boyden.com.
Toronto, ON, Canada
 
The Collaborative Futures Implementation Manager will be responsible for providing leadership in the planning and coordination of a new shared Library Services Platform (LSP) for Ontario Council of University Libraries (OCUL) members. Specifically, this project involves migrating member libraries from their existing Integrated Library Systems to the new shared LSP. This position is a two-year term contract position with possibility of renewal. Qualified candidates who wish to apply should submit a resume, cover letter and salary expectations to OCUL Executive Director by email: oculrecruit@cou.on.ca (quoting “OCUL CF Implementation Manager” in the subject line). Preference will be given to candidates eligible to work in Canada.
Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada
Tokyo, Japan
Sharjah, United Arab Emirates