REFERENCE LIBRARIAN, Regis University, Denver, Colorado Regis University and Dayton Memorial Library seek a part-time Reference Librarian (.65 fte) to join a service-oriented team on its Lowell Blvd. campus. Responsibilities include reference desk service, occasional library instruction, and collection development for one department. This librarian will work Wednesday through Saturday, including Thursday 1 to 10 p.m. Qualifications: The successful candidate must have a M.L.S. degree, preferably from an ALA-accredited school and one year of experience as a professional librarian. The candidate must have excellent written and oral communication skills. He or she must have a very good understanding of print and online reference sources likely to be used in an academic library. Training opportunities will be provided. Compensation: $25.74/hour. Benefits are included. TIAA-CREF participation after one year of employment. Vacation and other leave time are pro-rated. Setting: Regis University is a Jesuit liberal arts institution with an f.t.e. enrollment of 6,500. Learning takes place on 6 campuses in Colorado and Nevada and through an extensive on-line program. Regis offers a values-centered education through its residential liberal arts program and through its Colleges for the Health Professions and Professional Studies. This job is based at the main campus at 50th and Lowell Blvd. in Denver. Dayton Memorial Library is an attractive, networked facility with 250,000 volumes, 100 library databases, and a staff of 16 professionally active librarians. Reference service is provided 75 hours per week. Regis is a member of the Colorado Alliance of Research Libraries and BCR, and participates in Prospector. Consult http://www.regis.edu/library.htm for more information. Submit a letter of application, a current resume, and the names of three references to: Regis University Human Resources Department 3333 Regis Blvd Mail Code K-4 Denver, CO 80221-1099 Applications will be considered until the position is filled. The starting date for this position is May 15, 2008. Materials will be evaluated in accord with Regis University’s principles of diversity and equal employment opportunity.