Systems & Electronic Resources Librarian @ Houghton Memorial Library, Montgomery, Alabama

Come Join the Huntingdon Family


  • Looking for a professional opportunity that provides for a broad library experience?
  • Seeking to develop your teaching skills, especially as related to computer and information literacies?
  • Interested in being part of a small library team exploring creative ways to advance an academic library?
  • Enjoy working closely with students and faculty in a small, liberal arts environment?
  • Intrigued by the opportunity to participate in a college travel program?  (Library faculty have led student trips to Australia, New Zealand, Iceland, Ireland and Hawaii.)


Huntingdon College is seeking applicants to join its library faculty as the Systems & Electronic Resources Librarian.  This tenure-track, 12-month position (rank dependent upon experience) has daily management of the Library’s systems and technical services functions, which includes — but is not limited to —

  • Serving as the primary liaison with OCLC and database vendors
  • Developing and maintaining access to the Library’s web catalogue and electronic resources (our library is an OCLC WMS library)
  • Overseeing digitization projects
  • Overall tech troubleshooting
  • Overseeing cataloguing functions (knowledge of DDC and MARC necessary)
  • Sharing responsibilities for collection development, reference and research services, and instruction.


A more complete position description and list of essential qualifications can be found here:

Review of applications will begin immediately and continue until April 6, 2020.  To apply, submit a letter of application, curriculum vita with the names and contact information of three references, and statement of professional philosophy (philosophy of academic librarianship) to: Dr. Tom Perrin, Interim Vice President for Academic Affairs and Dean of Faculty, at


Questions may be directed to Eric A. Kidwell, Professor & Director of the Library at