Thank you for visiting our employment page. The TMC Library is an equal opportunity employment institution, providing a challenging and rewarding work environment for our valued employees.
We offer a comprehensive benefits package to full-time employees. Benefits include health, vision, dental, life, short-and long-term disability insurance. Other benefits include an competitive retirement plan, an employee assistance program, paid holidays, flexible spending accounts and a monthly travel subsidy.
As a three-time recipient of the Alfred P. Sloan Award for excellence in workplace effectiveness and flexibility, the Library strives to be a leader in work-life balance. We offer flexible schedules, employee development opportunities, and wellness initiatives.
The TMC Library is a great place to work, and we look forward to receiving your application.
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The TMC Library offers a complete benefits package which includes health, dental, life and short/long-term disability insurance. In addition to a comprehensive benefits package, the Library provides paid holidays, vacation accrual, a retirement plan and a monthly transportation subsidy.
The HAM-TMC Library is an equal employment opportunity and affirmative action institution, providing access to employment without regard to age, race, color, national origin, gender, religion, sexual orientation, veteran’s status, political affiliation, or disability.
To apply for our open positions, please send a cover letter and resume or curriculum vitae:
Elizabeth Herrera, HR Manager
SUMMARY: Liaison Librarians cultivate productive relationships with the Library’s affiliated institutions in order to integrate library resources into the curricula, research, and clinical operations of the Texas Medical Center (TMC), which is the largest medical complex in the world, a pioneer of medical innovations and advancements and a leader in collaborative medicine and research.
This position will be the library’s point of contact for faculty and students as liaison to one of the designated institutions served by the TMC Library. Librarians are expected to master literature-searching skills to provide instruction to students and faculty, as well as to work independently doing requested literature searches and designated systematic review searches.
Liaison Librarians promote services and resources; participate in professional and scholarly organizations and activities; pursue personal professional development; and maintain awareness of the evolving library and information science trends.
- Develop and maintain a working, interactive, and dynamic relationship with faculty, students, and staff in assigned institutions
- Conduct comprehensive literature searches and systematic reviews
- Provide consultations to meet the research information needs of students and faculty
- Teach classes on literature searching, databases, and various related topics
- Promote library resources and services by participating in liaison institution meetings
- Create specialized library guides for liaison institutions, including videos, webinars
- Provide on-call reference service
- Recommend appropriate resource additions to the library collection
- Collaborate with other departments to ensure that clients’ needs are met
- Assist and support other librarians and staff when needed
Education and Experience:
Non-entry Level Required Qualifications: A Master’s degree in library science (or equivalent) from an ALA-Accredited program, working knowledge of medical libraries, and two years of advanced searching experience in medical databases.
Non-entry Level Desired: Experience conducting literature systematic review searches, background in health or life sciences.
Entry Level Required Qualifications: A Master’s degree, in library science (or equivalent) from an ALA-Accredited program. Have a general knowledge of Boolean Operators and how they work.
Entry Level Desired Qualifications: Coursework or internship incorporating literature searching of databases such as Medline (Ovid or PubMed), Embase (Elsevier or Ovid), Cochrane Library, etc., content specific to medical libraries, or other experience related to health or life sciences.
Candidates who meet the minimum requirements but do not feel they meet the preferred qualifications are strongly encouraged to apply.
The TMC Library offers a complete benefits package which includes health, dental, vision, life and short/long-term disability insurance. In additional to a comprehensive benefits package, the Library provides paid holidays, vacation and sick accrual, an exceptional retirement plan, and a monthly transportation subsidy.
- Usual Environment – office, library
- Remote Work – hybrid onsite/remote
- Physical Requirements – standing, sitting, walking, some light lifting
The TMC Library is an equal employment opportunity institution, providing access to employment without regard to age, race, color, national origin, gender, religion, sexual orientation, veteran’s status, political affiliation, or disability.
Email or fax cover letter and resume to: