Foreign and International Law Librarian
Foreign and International Law Librarian
The Pritzker Legal Research Center of Northwestern Pritzker School of Law invites applications for the full-time, permanent position of Foreign and International Law Librarian. The successful candidate will join a team of experienced reference librarians who provide research and instructional support services to the Northwestern Law community, as well as to a broad range of library users throughout Northwestern University and beyond. The Foreign and International Law Librarian has particular responsibility for reference and instructional services and collection development for Foreign, Comparative, and International Legal Research. We seek someone who is creative, flexible, capable of working in a dynamic environment, and committed to excellence.
As part of the reference team, the librarian will participate in our very active faculty liaison program and provide research support to a faculty and student body with a wide range of interdisciplinary research interests.
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Master of Library Science degree from an ALA accredited institution
Proficiency and experience with software applications, online databases, operating systems and personal devices
POSITION INFORMATION: The Oshkosh Pubic Library is seeking a tech-savvy professional librarian to join our Reference and Adult Services Department. This position will continue to keep the library on the forefront of technology. This is a full-time position that includes evening and weekend hours. Benefits include medical and life insurance as well as Wisconsin Retirement System participation, vacation and sick leave, and paid holidays. Oshkosh Public Library provides a full range of services to 82,000 area residents from a historically significant building. Oshkosh is situated in east-central Wisconsin, on the western shore of Lake Winnebago.
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Search Extended: The Robert B. Greenblatt, M.D. Library at Augusta University in Augusta, Georgia, invites applications for the position of Clinical Information Librarian. The primary focus of this non-tenure track faculty position is to support Augusta University’s clinical and educational mission through planning, development, delivery and evaluation of quality health information and instruction.
* Master’s degree in library science from an ALA accredited institution
* Experience in a health sciences library or other health sciences environment
* Advanced knowledge and experience with current resources, vocabularies and research techniques in the biomedical sciences, specifically Evidence-Based Medicine tenets and teaching methodologies
* Collaborative planning and problem solving abilities; ability to implement and manage programs and projects
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On the foundation of faith, wisdom and trust in Providence, Our Lady of the Lake University (OLLU) prepares graduates to transform their communities, families and professions.
OLLU, founded in 1895 by the Congregation of Divine Providence, is a coeducational comprehensive institution with an enrollment of more than 3,100 students. With its main residential campus in San Antonio and non-traditional programs in San Antonio, Houston (The Woodlands), the Rio Grande Valley (La Feria), and online, OLLU has a presence in two of the largest cities in Texas, the border region, and literally around the world.
The University offers more than 30 undergraduate majors and minors, 14 master’s programs and two doctoral programs through its College of Arts and Sciences, School of Business and Leadership, School of Professional Studies and the Worden School of Social Service. OLLU offers classes in daytime, evening, weekend and online formats.
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Lester Public Library of Rome
Program Services Library Assistant Job Description
Reports to the library director
28 hours/week on a variable schedule, including some evenings and weekends.
$9.00 – $12.00/hour dependent upon experience
Benefits: Eligible for state retirement and life insurance; paid time off; not eligible for health, dental or vision insurance.
Program Services Duties
1. Collaborate with library staff to plan and execute a wide variety of programs for adults, children and families.
2. Ability to work with all kinds of people, from a wide range of ages and interests.
3. Engages with the community by attending meetings and community events outside the
4. Participates in marketing efforts around all library programming, including print media, radio, library website, library displays and social media.
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Adult Services – Technology Services Librarian
The Barrington Area Library is actively recruiting for a full-time Adult Services Librarian with an emphasis on providing technology services to our customers.
A successful candidate will
• develop, teach, and promote innovative technology and maker programs both in the library and in the community through outreach activities,
• offer technical guidance on a variety of applications and makerspace equipment,
• troubleshoot device issues with users,
• deliver exceptional customer service,
• provide reference and reader’s advisory services, and
• contribute to the selection of materials for the adult collection as needed.
This position requires an ALA-accredited MLS. The successful candidate will also have:
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Join an experienced team of library assistants in a busy suburban library that circulates 50,000+ items every month. Under the direction of the Head of Circulation Services, performs a variety of library circulation functions including checking materials in and out, creating and updating patron accounts, processing incoming and outgoing delivery, and assisting patrons at a point-of-entrance service desk. Requires strong customer service skills and ability to multi-task, prioritize, and manage time effectively.
24 hours/3 days per week: Tues, Thurs 8am – 4:30pm with alternating Fri 8:45am – 5:15pm and Sat 8:45am-5:15pm
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Outagamie Waupaca Library System – Appleton, WI
The OWLS Board is seeking an enthusiastic, visionary, community-minded leader as its next Director. The ideal candidate will have demonstrated experience as an executive leader who places libraries as a high priority and stands ready to be the face of the System at all times. The candidate will demonstrate strong leadership, advocacy, and planning skills, exhibit a commitment to community engagement, interact with elected and appointed officials, while articulating and advocating the System’s programs and strategic direction. The candidate will provide sound fiscal management, promote proactive leadership in technology integration, and foster collaborative relationships within the System, throughout the community, and among all member libraries and System constituents.
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DEGREE AND AREA OF SPECIALIZATION:
Bachelor’s degree required. MLS or equivalent degree strongly preferred.
MINIMUM NUMBER OF YEARS AND TYPE OF RELEVANT WORK EXPERIENCE:
– Minimum of 2 years of experience in records management.
– Strong oral and written communication skills.
– Experience in records management in a university setting.
– Experience with records management systems.
– Experience with electronic records management.
– Certified Records Manager or Information Governance Professional certification.
– Knowledge of trends and best practices in records management, including developing records schedules and legal requirements for records.
– Knowledge of project management practices.
Under the supervision of the Director of Archives and Records Management, the University Records Officer directs all aspects of the University’s record management program, which includes creating/updating records schedules and providing training across campus on records management issues and best practices. The University Records Officer collaborates with many campus units on records issues, serves on appropriate campus committees, and is a member of the UW System-wide University Records Officer Council.
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