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Monthly Archives: June 2015
The Community Outreach Services Manager Librarian III is responsible for managing and implementing outreach services to the community. Responsible for creating and implementing a unified, library-wide approach to the delivery of library services directly to the community beyond the library … Continue reading
The Historical Society of Washington, D.C., is a community-supported educational and research organization that collects, interprets, and shares the history of our nationâ€™s capital. Founded in 1894, it serves a diverse audience through its collections, public programs, exhibitions, and publications. … Continue reading
The Library of Congress is seeking applications for the position of archives specialist. There are two vacancies for this position located in the Preparation Section of the Manuscript Division of the Collections and Services Directorate of Library Services. As part … Continue reading
The Reinch library faculty announce the opening of a new position for a Digital Services Librarian. “The Digital Services Librarian will provide vision and leadership in advancing digital scholarship initiatives and work with library colleagues, faculty and staff from other … Continue reading
Attention MSLIS Program Graduates To apply for this position, please submit your cover letter and resume to email@example.com. For more information about Cleary Gottlieb, please visit www.cgsh.com. We seek a full-time Reference Librarian to join our skilled library services and … Continue reading
Richard Groves (MSLS 2006) was recently elected President of the Tennessee Library Association. Beginning this July he will serve as Vice President/President-Elect for a year, and then transition to President in July of 2016. Numerous SLIS/LIS Alumni attended the 25th … Continue reading