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Information for Applicants to USA Biomedical Library Faculty Positions: Home

This guide contains information useful to potential applicants for open faculty position searches at the Charles M. Baugh Biomedical Library at the University of South Alabama.

Open Positions

Charles M. Baugh Biomedical Library

The Charles M. Baugh Biomedical Library is currently recruiting for 2 faculty positions:

  • Assistant Librarian, Clinical Librarian
  • Assistant Librarian, Research Data & Scholarly Communications Librarian

More information on each of the positions is available via the corresponding tabs.  Information regarding the interview process, links to relevant information in the USA Faculty Handbook, and the Mobile community are also provided.

Charles M. Baugh Biomedical Library Mission Statement

To advance the discovery and use of knowledge to promote excellence in education, research, clinical practice, and outreach in the USA health sciences community.

Charles M. Baugh Biomedical Library Vision Statement

To be a recognized leader in information and knowledge management services and strategies.

Library History

The USA College of Medicine was founded in 1972 and the Biomedical Library was founded in 1973. The original Biomedical Library was tucked into a corner of the Marx Library building until its move to its current quarters in 1991/92. Currently the Charles M. Baugh Biomedical is a 35,000 nsf facility located on the USA campus, adjacent to the College of Medicine building. 

University Libraries Statement on Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion

As part of our commitment to diversity and inclusion, USA Libraries support and follow diversity, equity, and inclusion statements and guidance from the American Library Association, ALA’s Association of College & Research Libraries, the Medical Library Association and MLA Communities, the Society of American Archivists, and the Alabama Library Association. We will continue to:

  • provide equitable access to information to all people, regardless of race, gender, class, sexual orientation, national origin, or disability;
  • be committed to the principles of diversity, equity, and inclusion in our collections, programs, and exhibits, through our community and university outreach, and by serving as a cultural crossroads for the campus and community;
  • provide an accessible, inclusive, welcoming, and safe environment where communities can gather, discuss, and grow; 
  • attempt to reflect the diversity of the wider community in our libraries by employing a diverse workforce;
  • use available resources to help educate the community on matters that deal with diversity, equity, and inclusion, and the right for all individuals to have equal protection under the law.