At the end of the day yesterday, after getting on Walden's prospective student list in my search for information, my friend wrote and said the job is 20 hours per week. I am looking for 10, I could probably stretch to 15, but I'm almost positive I could not do 20 hours no matter what the schedule. It would interfere with my work here, it would not be good for my new marriage, and I don't need that much of an income augmentation.
Furthermore, I looked up what undergraduate programs they have, and they are business and information services degree completion programs. These aren't my most comfortable fields.
I'm a little sad this morning because I miss the work. I love my job here and would not give it up just to go back to distance librarianship. I love working with the students face to face and interacting with them casually. I love the students here and have an enormous amount of school pride (for the first time ever!). The new head librarian there has done some amazing things that I would love to be a part of, and I have been meaning to pick up her book on library Web site design. But I'm still basking in how lucky I am to be in the job I am in. So each job has its benefits and drawbacks. Overall, where I'm at wins hands down. So while the description suits me perfectly and I really miss the work, I will not be applying.