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Library Manager


The Library / KRC Manager oversees the operations of the Knowledge Resource Center (KRC) and is primarily responsible for the management and direction of the library operations such as the effective delivery of library services, records management, and archival services for the Institute.

  • Qualifications
  • Responsibilities


  • Master’s Degree in Library and Information Science (LIS) or other allied fields; and with doctoral units in LIS or other allied field; Registered Librarian (R.A. 9246)


  • At least 7 years of relevant experience in academic library administration.
  • Manages library operations, provides leadership, direction and coaching to KRC Personnel and evaluates library issues to determine and implement solutions.
  • Develops and implements plans and strategies for the library and ensures that the library operations are in compliance to CHED policies and international standards.
  • Transforms the library into a center integrating all of AIM’s diverse information resources. Creates a system for the access and safekeeping of intellectual outputs of the Institute as part of an effective library, records, and archives management. Ensures the preservation of Institutional records in various formats.
  • Collaborates with schools, departments, and unit heads in the improvement of services and facilities, enhancement of the quality of resources, increase in the operational efficiency of the KRC, and maintenance of relevant and high-quality collections.
  • Oversees and maintains hardware, software, and website related to library network operations. Conducts analysis and determines programming changes as needed.
  • Builds and cultivates strategic networks and external relations with public and private sectors that support the Knowledge Resource Center. Builds and maintain relations with research publication offices through partnerships, linkages, and consortia.
  • Creates and implements resource development and budget plans. Manages resources and reports on effective implementation.

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