The appointment carries both administrative and academicleadership responsibilities for all operational areas of the PCOMLibrary including allocation of financial resources, licensenegotiation, and personnel management. As fiduciary, the positionrequires a deep knowledge of the publishing and informationtechnologies industries as well as a fundamental understanding ofthe relationship dynamics required for successful negotiation,purchasing and licensing of all e-resources. In tandem with theLibrary Leadership Team, they design and develop assessmentinitiatives, maintain the library portal and its underlyingsystems, review and identify effective work processes, and ensureeffective faculty engagement and communication. The CLSO alsooversees evidence-based content management and teaching in responseto changing user needs in a hybrid environment for the campuslibraries. The position has faculty status and functionscollaboratively with campus administrative leaders, faculty,committees, and staff of each campus to achieve the Library’smission. Diversity and inclusion is the core component of ourinstitutional identity and a key pillar of PCOM’s strategic vision.Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine affirms that diversityand inclusion are crucial to the intellectual vitality of thecampus community. It is through freedom of exchange over differentideas and viewpoints in supportive environments that our graduatesdevelop the critical thinking and citizenship skills that willbenefit them throughout their lives.The Chief Library Services Officer (CLSO) reports directly tothe Chief Academic Technology Officer (CATO). The CLSOoversees all library services operations across the PCOM community(all campuses, physical locations, and digital resources) andprovides direct supervision for the Associate Director ofOperations & Assessment, Library Services (ADOA-LS), AssociateDirector of Education & Engagement, Library Services (ADEE-LS),and Administrative Assistant, Library Services(AA-LS). This position may be located at any of our three campuses:Philadelphia, Pennsylvania (PCOM), thebranch campus in Suwanee, Georgia (PCOM Georgia),and our newest location in Moultrie, Georgia (PCOM South Georgia). Theposition requires a Master’s degree or PhD in Library &Information Sciences. Additional advanced degrees and/orcertificates in affiliated fields desirable. Minimum ten years ofmajor administrative responsibility as an associate director ordepartment head in an academic medical or science library isrequired. The CLSO leads all aspects of library operations, includingvision setting, policy development, coordination and planning forservices and systems, in collaboration with a team of librariansand paraprofessionals. They also oversee all operations andservices for collection management, services and policies, SpecialCollections, Outreach & Engagement Services, and User Servicesand Technology. In addition, the CLSO reviews and negotiateslibrary resources contracts and renewals for budget planning andaligns library activities and services with PCOM’s strategic plan,mission, and vision. PCOM is an equal opportunity employer and all qualifiedapplicants will receive consideration. We adhere to a policy thatprohibits discrimination on the basis of race, color, sex, sexualorientation, gender identity, religion, creed, national or ethnicorigin, citizenship status, age, disability, veteran status, or anyother legally protected class. PCOM offers a comprehensive package of benefits foreligible staff and faculty which includes:Medical plans (including prescriptiondrug and vision coverage)Dental insuranceGenerous paid time off, sick time,and holiday payLife insurance/AD&DInsuranceLong term and short term disabilityinsuranceFlexible spending accountsTuition reimbursement Professional developmentExceptional retirement benefitsequivalent to 5% – 15% of annual salary Wellness programAnd many other benefits andperks Application Instructions*Applicants must be authorized to work in the U.S. and passa criminal background check. All applications MUST include:Cover LetterResume To learn more or to apply, please use the link below toapply:https://www.pcom.edu/about/departments/human-resources/career-opportunities/
#ARGOS#Print Friendly Version The Spring All-Academic Teams were selected by the GSC Sports Information Directors (SIDs) and Faculty Athletic Representatives (FARs) in a joint vote. Nominated student-athletes must have an overall grade point average (GPA) of 3.20 or better on a 4.00 scale for their entire academic career and may not be freshmen or first-semester or quarter transfers. Senior Paula Lopez and sophomore Heather Mixon earned spots on the women’s tennis All-Academic team after outstanding seasons on the court. Lopez was a first team All-GSC selection and was ranked 21st nationally by the ITA, and Mixon went a perfect 9-0 in conference play and 23-3 overall. Lopez recorded a 3.71 GPA in human resource management and Mixon’s 3.93 GPA comes in mechanical engineering. Toney was an All-Academic team selection in 2016, and all three were honor roll picks last year. Sassman and Toney were also CoSIDA Academic All-District picks. 2017 SPRING ALL-ACADEMIC TEAMS2017 SPRING ACADEMIC HONOR ROLL For baseball, Matt Sullivan earned his first career GSC academic award with a spot on the All-Academic Team, holding a 3.92 GPA in Supply Chain Logistics Management. Sullivan was an All-GSC Tournament pick after hitting three home runs, which led all players in the tournament, and added five RBI. The Orlando, Florida, native hit .271 in his sophomore season with six doubles, three home runs and six stolen bases in as many tries. BIRMINGHAM, Ala. – Twelve University of West Florida student-athletes earned spots on the Gulf South Conference FireSeeds Spring All-Academic Teams, the conference announced on Tuesday. UWF’s 12 selections are the most in the league, and the Argonauts added 37 student-athletes to the GSC FireSeeds Spring Academic Honor Roll. A minimum grade point average of 3.00 is required to be named to the GSC Academic Honor Roll. Qualification for this particular honor is automatic based on GPA and nomination. With a 3.55 GPA in comprehensive economics, Alex Peyrot claimed a spot on the All-Academic team for the third time in his career. The senior won the Oracle/ITA Division II Doubles trophy in the fall, was a first team All-GSC selection in the Spring, and was named a GSC “Top Ten” Award winner earlier this month. Peyrot is joined on the All-Academic team by teammates Pedro Roese and Pablo Tellez. Roese finishes his career with a 3.66 GPA in global marketing and went 23-1 in doubles with Gabriel Dias on this year’s national championship-winning team, while Tellez went 19-4 in doubles and holds a 3.41 GPA in comprehensive economics. Blanchet has a 3.67 GPA in exercise science, and Huizinga has a 3.56 GPA in sport management. UWF also led the conference with 15 All-Academic Team selections in the fall and 4 in the winter, giving the Argonauts a GSC-best 31 all-academic picks for the year. West Florida also had a total of 123 student-athletes on the GSC FireSeeds Academic Honor Roll for the entire 2016-17 academic year. First team All-GSC picks Chandler Blanchet and Jacob Huizinga each took spots on the All-Academic team for men’s golf. Blanchet became the second Argonaut to win the NCAA individual championship when he erased a 3-shot deficit over two holes en route to his eighth college tournament crown. He has been named the Division II winner of the Jack Nicklaus Award as the National Player of the Year and a CoSIDA Academic All-American already this month. Huizinga posted the eighth-best scoring average in UWF history with a 71.70 in his junior season and was a semifinalist for the Jack Nicklaus Award this year, after earning honorable mention All-America honors last year. Jacey Castro, Rhiannon Sassman, and Meghan Toney each continued to add to an excellent spring for UWF softball. Castro holds a 3.27 GPA in exercise science and led the team in hits and home runs in her senior season, becoming just the second Argonaut to ever earn All-America honors from the D2CCA. Sassman was an All-South Region pick by the D2CCA and NFCA for a second consecutive year, leading the team with 112 total bases and a .381 batting average. She holds a 3.90 GPA in biomedical sciences. Toney is one of just four GSC softball student-athletes to repeat on the All-Academic Team. She led UWF with 26 stolen bases and hit .346 as a second baseman, and she has a 3.30 GPA in nursing. The student-athlete must be a significant contributor to the squad. Other factors include leadership, community service and extra-curricular activities. SIDs and FARs are not allowed to vote for their own student-athletes. The number of student-athletes selected in each sport is determined by the number of positions normally involved in the playing of that sport. A Women’s Golf Coaches Association Division II All-American and a first team All-GSC selection for women’s golf, Lauren Lamm took her place on the All-Academic team after a strong senior campaign. Lamm, a native of Punta Gorda, Florida, played a school-record eight rounds at par or better. She earned her third-consecutive First Team All-Gulf South Conference honor this year, becoming just the fifth player in league history to accomplish the feat.
Rugby League The SP Port Moresby Rugby Football League (POMRFL) has clamped down July 17 to get their season 2020 underway at the National Football Stadium Oval 2. POMRFL junior vice-president Manu Lofena yesterday announced the decision to confirm next week Friday as the kick-off date, and to remind all 14 clubs to be competition ready for shortened one round competition to be played over 13 weeks. Lofena said: “The POMRFL management has complied with all protocols of the Standard Operating Procedure (SOP) that has been set and thus we have been allowed to start our competition. “In regards to the venue management, yes we have issues that we have tried to solve with our fellow board directors from Oil Search, but that will not stop us from getting our competition off the ground next week.” Lofena said everything is set and nothing will deter their season from starting. POMRFL administrator Meke Maino further made the point that this will be the 71st uninterrupted season which will go for one round with a further three weeks for the usual top eight finals format. The 14 clubs are, Tarangau, Royals, Defence, Souths, Kone Storms, Dobo Warriors, Paga Panthers, Kone Tigers, Brothers, Wests, Hanuabada Hawks, Hohola Flies, Magani and Butterflies.
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