Fort Myers Library
Florida Gulf Coast University Library (Fort Myers, FL) is seeking qualified candidates for three new positions: Business Librarian, Metadata Librarian, and Head of Reference, Research & Instruction. Located in sunny southwest Florida, FGCU offers opportunities for professional growth, first-class facilities and technology, and a friendly customer service focused atmosphere. FGCU is a growing, comprehensive public institution offering a broad array of undergraduate and graduate programs in arts and sciences, business, engineering, environmental science, computer science, education, nursing/allied health, resort & hospitality management, public administration and social services. The University, with its innovative programs, technology friendly campus, and outstanding faculty, is one of the most exciting educational environments in America. In fact, see what two of our newest librarians have to say about us –
“Working at FGCU Library is the most satisfying career move I’ve ever made—and that’s saying something considering librarianship represents a complete change of venue for this former social worker. The library faculty and staff have been universally friendly, supportive, and welcoming. I count myself fortunate to be an FGCU librarian.”
“I love working with such a dedicated and enthusiastic staff, and it’s exciting to contribute to the development of a young institution that’s continually growing.”
Enjoy nearby wonderful recreational activities – beaches, bike trails, parks and water, as well as, theatre, arts and music. Details and application instructions are posted here
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