Well, the search committee has done their job and hired a tenure-track, Librarian II, Public Services Librarian.
They hired me.
I was completely stunned when I found out, because there was another candidate whom I felt certain would be their choice.
The official duties are:
"...this position will be responsible for a wide range of academic library public services duties, including delivering reference service; participating in library instruction activities; providing outreach to distance learners and support to faculty teaching distance education courses; collaborating on the design and maintenance of the library's Web site; working with faculty to improve library services; performing assigned collection development responsibilities; serving on Library, University, and UH System committees; and other duties as assigned."
Basically, that's what I've been doing, except the distance education outreach.
My colleagues here have been wonderful in their support while I was applying and interviewing and in their good wishes since the announcement that I got the job.
I am home.
* That 'something else' would probably be in this library, as there are several openings right now, but the distance education position was the one I really wanted.