Position Opening: Kansas Technology and Innovation Coordinator for the National Network of Libraries of Medicine, MidContinental Region
The National Network of Libraries of Medicine, MidContinental Region (NNLM MCR) funds a coordinator for the state of Kansas to provide outreach and training to medical librarians, healthcare professionals and the public. Additionally, this position serves as regional coordinator of the Technology and Innovation project area.
The Kansas Technology and Innovation Coordinator is located at the A.R. Dykes Library of the Health Sciences on the University of Kansas Medical Center (KUMC) campus in Kansas City, Kansas. It is one of a team of six site coordinators throughout the MidContinental region. Each MCR coordinator fulfills program duties under the direction of the NNLM MCR Associate Director. The position involves travel throughout Kansas that will include site visits, exhibits and teaching. Travel to the MCR offices at the University of Utah Health Sciences Eccles Library in Salt Lake City, Utah and to national conference sites occurs occasionally throughout each year.
The Kansas Coordinator has primary responsibility for designing and evaluating outreach and education programs aimed at health information providers throughout the state of Kansas, with a special focus on librarians, health care providers, public health professionals, K-12 educators, and community based organizations. As coordinator of technology and innovation for the NNLM MCR, this position is also responsible for promoting and supporting the use of technology and innovative practices throughout the region.
The Kansas City metropolitan area, 2.3 million people, offers the diversity and excitement of a large city with the charm and convenience of Midwest living.
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