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Monthly Archives: August 2017
LAC Federal is seeking an experienced Law Librarian with expertise in the use of SharePoint to manage and track legal document workflows, and to create and populate legal and administrative forms in Adobe, Microsoft Word, InfoPath and other tools. This is a 1-2 … Continue reading
The Goucher College Library has an immediate opening for a Learning Commons Assistant. To apply for this part-time position, go to: http://goucher.interviewexchange.com/jobofferdetails.jsp?JOBID=88443 About Goucher College: Among the 40 Colleges That Change Lives, ranked first in the nation for study abroad programs … Continue reading
LIBRARY PARAPROFESSIONAL Short-term Project (40 – 80 hours) 4-5 hours per week for up to six months after first 2 weeks Work location: Washington, D.C. Responsibilities: Filing loose-leaf material (taxation subscriptions) Shelving Shelf-reading Requirements: Close attention to detail Knowledge of … Continue reading
Reference and Research Librarian/Team Lead (Federal Library) Washington, D.C. RESPONSIBILITIES Management, Reference, and Research Supervise a team of federal contractors that includes Attorney-Librarians and Technicians. Initiate collection development projects to curate a collection that contains the most appropriate resources, both … Continue reading
Librarian (170157) VISTA Technology Services, Inc. (VISTA) is currently seeking a Librarian in Bethesda, MD. Responsibilities: Select, gather, track, and prepare source materials for scanning Write instructions for inventorying source materials Inventory source materials Train technicians to inventory source materials; … Continue reading
“Transforming Customer Service in the Post-Digital Law Library,” an article by LIS Student Dan Odenwald
Dan Odenwald, an LIS Student specializing in law librarianship, is the author of the cover story in in the Sept-Oct issue of AALL Spectrum. You may read his article titled “Transforming Customer Service in the Post-Digital Law Library” online. Congratulations, … Continue reading
Publication Manager: RIPM’s New Preservation Series RIPM (Répertoire international de la presse musicale / Retrospective Index to Music Periodicals) publishes major online research tools for the study of music and musical history. A not-for profit organization based in Baltimore, RIPM … Continue reading
The Department of Library and Information Science takes great pleasure in announcing that the Board of Trustees of the University voted to grant appointment with continuous tenure, and promotion to the rank of Associate Professor, three members of our faculty: … Continue reading
School ARCHIVES project (unpaid) Private Catholic girls middle-high school is seeking someone to help establish a school archives. Candidate would have opportunity to demonstrate leadership, organizational, project management, team building skills. GOAL: Create a comprehensive Archives plan Organize current … Continue reading
The Resource Description Specialist provides the timely, accurate, and comprehensive bibliographic description and organization that make it possible for students, faculty, and researchers to gain access to the Library’s materials. This position plays a role in planning strategically for describing … Continue reading