Do you want to work with a team of engaged and collaborative librarians in a health sciences education setting? We have two positions available. We are looking for a creative and instruction-focused Research & Education Librarian to join our team. Come to Grand Forks and work with us at the University of North Dakota School of Medicine and Health Sciences! Don’t wait – applications will only be accepted until January 23, 2020.
The UND School of Medicine and Health Sciences is a community-based medical school in Grand Forks with regional campuses in Bismarck, Fargo and Minot. In addition to the M.D. program, professional degrees are offered in physical therapy, occupational therapy, medical laboratory science, public health, athletic training and physician assistant studies. The library also supports the programs of the College of Nursing, which offers undergraduate and graduate degrees in nursing, nutrition and dietetics, and social work. The Library serves as North Dakota’s resource library within the National Network of Libraries of Medicine and provides outreach, information and instructional services to the state’s healthcare community.
Don’t ignore this opportunity because it is North Dakota! North Dakota has clean air, great people, and the cost of living is low. UND has an excellent fringe benefit package, including employer-paid, full family coverage for health insurance; TIAA-CREF retirement; and tuition waiver benefits for employee, spouse and dependents. Yes, it is cold in the winter but you put on layers and go on with life. Our summers are beautiful. There is an active arts community, and also Division I athletics. We are close to the Minnesota lake country with great hiking, camping, fishing and bicycling opportunities. And there are other big cities within driving distance, such as Fargo, Minneapolis, and Winnipeg.
For additional information about these positions, please contact Megan.
Megan Keely Carroll Denis, MLIS
Research and Education Librarian, NE Clinical Campus Librarian
P: 701.777.4792 |megan.denis@UND.edu