Pharmacy-Health Science Center Librarian

Position Description

Assistant Professor, Associate Professor, Instructional Assistant Professor, Instructional Associate Professor (Open Track)
Pharmacy-Health Science Center Librarian
Medical Sciences Library (MSL)

General Description:

This faculty position provides research, curriculum and clinical support to students, faculty and researchers in Health Science Center (HSC) programs and initiatives, with a primary emphasis on the College of Pharmacy programs at various campus locations, As needed, provides liaison services more broadly across the professional programs of the Texas A&M Health Science Center. Functions as a member of the Client Services team, providing reference, education and research services to the library’s users.

General Duties:

  • Serve as liaison to the College of Pharmacy.  Keep current on the programs offered and related library needs.
  • Provide proactive, client-centered information, education, and research services using a variety of methods and technologies for HSC faculty, students and staff across various HSC campuses and clinical sites.
  • Provide support for HSC inter-professional educational programs.
  • Work with the Field Services Coordinator, other librarian colleagues, library staff at the Kingsville COP campus and key stakeholder groups to develop and assess library services and resources that are part of a holistic HSC services plan. Oversee library operations and services for the pharmacy program, regardless of campus location.
  • Participate in collection development and collection assessment for both print and electronic resources across HSC disciplines with primary responsibility for pharmacy resources
  • Participate in library-wide planning and evaluation activities


  • Participate in scholarly activities and professional service commensurate with TAMU Libraries and University requirements for promotion and tenure (if applicable).
  • Participate in scholarly and professional service activities at a level to earn and maintain membership in the Academy of Health Information Professionals, the credentialing program of the Medical Library Association.