To be a Reference Librarian at Howard University School of Law is to play an active part in a great institution dedicated to the cause of human rights and social justice. You’ll help educate future lawyers as a classroom instructor and research professional. You’ll collaborate with faculty and students in their search for solutions to legal and social issues here and abroad. You’ll work in an innovative and rewarding environment, in an attractive library facility. You will be a member of a welcoming, dedicated group of library co-workers in a vibrant, appreciative law school community.
For more information, please visit the Howard University Employment Opportunities web site
Masters degree in Library Science from an ALA accredited institution; extensive legal research experience; excellent communications skills; creativity and enthusiasm. J.D. preferred.
Participate in faculty-librarian liaison program; teach classes for first year Legal Research Labs program and as a guest lecturer in a variety of class sessions; develop and write educational resources, such as research guides, programs, articles and web pages; play a leadership role in the library’s Public Services Department.
Please visit the Howard University Employment Opportunities web site for detailed information at http://www2.howard.edu/about/careers/apply Select ‘View job postings and apply here’ and apply to job posting 30488.