[Videolib] Salaries in higher ed

Rick Faaberg (rfaaberg@comcast.net)
Thu, 10 Jul 2003 18:03:08 -0700

Took a look at that recent job announcment posted on that list.

"Qualifications: The University of Delaware Library seeks a motivated,
service-oriented, entry-level librarian with: an ALA accredited master's
degree; strong oral and written communication skills; strong public service
orientation; strong interest in video and film as an instructional resource;
interest in and experience with audiovisual media and computers, preferably
in an academic setting; ability to create and manage web sites; ability to
provide effective user education; ability to establish and maintain
effective working relationships with diverse individuals in a busy and
rapidly evolving instructional media environment; and, an interest in
working with new developments in instructional media technology.

Salary: Expect to hire at the entry-level Assistant Librarian level,

$39,000 on a Masters in an academic institution? Wow, that's pretty rugged
isn't it?

Good heavens I had no idea. Think I'll stay in K-12 if possible.

Rick Faaberg

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