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Part-Time Reference Librarian, University of San Diego

Job Description:
Copley Library seeks a part-time reference librarian to provide reference services to USD students, faculty, and staff. The part-time reference librarian will be responsible for providing both in-person and online reference assistance during assigned shifts at the reference services desk. This position requires flexibility in scheduling and will include some late afternoon (3-6 pm) and evening (6-9 pm) shifts. This is an hourly position with the possibility of a maximum of 12 hours per week. This position reports directly to the Head of Reference Services.

This is a part-time, temporary, non-benefit based position with an assignment end date of May 22, 2015.

Qualifications:
• ALA-accredited Masters degree in Library Science.
• Experience providing reference services in an academic library.
• Experience teaching the effective use of online and print research resources.

Preferred Qualifications:
• Experience providing reference services via chat, email, text message, and other virtual methods.
• Experience using the LibAnswers online reference services platform.

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Hispanic-Serving & Undergraduate Success Librarian (Reposting) — SDSU

San Diego State University Library & Information Access seeks applications and nominations of dynamic, innovative, and service-oriented candidates for the position of Hispanic Serving and Undergraduate Success Librarian. This position is appointed at the Senior Assistant Librarian rank.

Duties and Responsibilities

The successful candidate will:
● Develop and coordinate library programs that support undergraduate writing and the needs of Hispanic college students, including cross-border partnerships with our sister libraries in northern Baja California;
● Coordinate undergraduate library instruction for writing courses for Rhetoric & Writing Studies, international students, and the American Language Institute;
● Establish collaborations with the SDSU Writing Center;
● Work closely with librarians to design information literacy curricula, online tutorials, and face to face instruction for undergraduate writing courses;
● Proactively seek partnerships with faculty and students in the subjects of Chicana/o Studies, Spanish and Portuguese, and Latin American Studies;
● Take a leadership role in planning, implementing, and assessing collections and services in support of the research and educational missions of the relevant academic departments;
● Initiate and conduct course-related information literacy instruction in the relevant subject areas, as well as provide general undergraduate information literacy education;
● Maintain existing online research guides and work with programming staff to develop innovative online research tools for supported subjects;
● Participate as a general reference librarian, as well as provide subject specific support for Chicana/o Studies, Spanish and Portuguese, Latin American Studies and related disciplines;
● Participate in the shared governance of San Diego State University by serving on library, campus-wide, and California State University committees as needed.
Required Qualifications
● ALA-accredited master’s degree or equivalent foreign degree;
● Experience providing library instruction to undergraduate students;
● Subject knowledge in one or more or the following fields of academic study: Chicana/o Studies, Spanish and Portuguese, and Latin American Studies;
● An understanding of the current research, information sources, and scholarly trends in undergraduate library instruction and the needs of Hispanic college students;
● Knowledge of emerging issues and technologies in undergraduate library instruction;
● Experience working with multicultural and international student groups;
● Strong communication, interpersonal, and presentation skills;
● Ability to work effectively in collegial environments;
● Potential for meeting the requirements for tenure and promotion based on library service, professional growth, and service to the University and community;
● A demonstrated commitment to fostering diversity;
● Proficiency in Spanish language, spoken and written.
Desired Qualifications
● Active involvement in professional development activities with a record of scholarly contributions and achievements in the profession;
● Experience working with faculty, researchers, staff, and students;
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● Experience with collection development;
● Experience in the development of online tutorials or web guides;
● Experience with learning management systems, such as Blackboard.
This is a full-time, twelve-month, tenure track faculty position. Tenure is dependent upon continuing library service effectiveness, professional growth and development, and service to the University and community.

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Library Multimedia Services Coordinator -Southwestern College

Responsibilities

Under the direction of Library Support Services Supervisor, plan, coordinate, and oversee the operations and services of assigned program and service areas including Multimedia Services, Telemedia equipment checkout, and Telemedia production suites reservations; coordinate and oversee the self-service copy centers on campus; provide technical instruction and assistance to faculty, staff, and students in the use of instructional equipment; select, train, assign work schedule, and direct student assistants and/or assigned hourly staff; monitor budget expenditures and maintain expenditure records; and oversee and schedule equipment circulation reservations for the main campus and satellite campuses. REPRESENTATIVE DUTIES: Plan, coordinate, and oversee the operations and services of assigned program and service areas including Multimedia Services, telemedia equipment checkout, and telemedia production suites and studio reservations; monitor use of assigned areas; oversee and schedule equipment circulation for the campus and satellite campuses; provide assistance and technical instruction to faculty, staff, and students in the safe and proper use of instructional equipment including the use and operation of presentation carts with computer, projector, and Internet access; coordinate and oversee media equipment circulation; schedule equipment for Facilities use including special events, concerts, and ceremonies; maintain loan equipment allocations; prepare and send reminder notices when equipment is overdue; maintain records; retrieve overdue equipment according to established procedures; coordinate and oversee the use of campus-wide self-service copy centers; provide lead direction and train student copier monitors; train college staff in use of self-service copiers; oversee copier helpdesk; troubleshoot equipment breakdowns and report equipment malfunctions to repair technician; order and maintain supply inventory for all copy centers; monitor audio/visual circulation supply account budget expenditures and maintain expenditure records; order, receive, catalog, and store supplies, materials, and equipment; maintain inventories and ensure adequate quantities are available for timely instructional use; mark equipment with approved identification; research and identify multimedia services an telemedia service’s needs; determine if equipment replacement is necessary due to disrepair or obsolete equipment; confer with staff and vendors; provide recommendations regarding the purchase of new equipment; assemble faculty requested telemedia equipment for class demonstrations and practical use by students; maintain detailed records of equipment circulations; ensure safety and security in the assigned areas including the use of network security cameras; maintain and use equipment database and equipment checkout software; proctor and score digital camera test and lighting test for Telemedia students as needed; perform media duplication, editing, and recording of programming including video, audio, CD-ROM, DVD, cable and satellite feed requests; ensure time lines are met and all requests are completed in a timely manner; ensure compliance with state and federal regulations and mandates in connection with copyright laws applicable to audio-visual, microcomputer, and multimedia programs; operate and perform minor repairs on a wide variety of instructional equipment including but not limited to computers, projectors, video cameras, video duplicating/projection equipment, LCD panels, videodisc and interactive video equipment, digital cameras and camcorders, DVD, CD-ROM, CD-ROM LAN, CD-ROM duplicator, DVD duplicator, satellite receivers, and related equipment; perform related duties and responsibilities as required.

ADDITIONAL DUTIES MAY INCLUDE: Coordinate and oversee Student Technology Assistants (STA); select and supervise STAs; set up training session with appropriate technical staff; formulate and prepare daily work schedule and prioritize activities; provide work direction and ensure work is performed correctly and in a timely manner; oversee and prepare time sheets and ensure accuracy and balance of affective budgets.

Knowledge & Abilities:

MUST HAVE KNOWLEDGE OF: Operations of the Library including Multimedia Services storage, repair, and distribution systems and facilities; current media and audio visual hardware and software technology, including interactive multi-media equipment; common operating systems; operation, use, care, and minor repair techniques related to a variety of audio/visual equipment and materials including computers, software packages, and peripheral equipment; copyright laws and fair use guidelines as applied to the use and duplication of media materials; health and safety regulations; basic principles and practices of supervision and training; modern office procedures, methods, and equipment including computers and applicable software; principles and procedures of record keeping and report preparation; basic bookkeeping principles and techniques; English usage, grammar, spelling, punctuation, and vocabulary; oral and written communication skills; interpersonal skills using tact, patience, and courtesy; telephone techniques and etiquette. ABILITY TO: Plan, coordinate and oversee the daily operations and activities of assigned area; coordinate and oversee campus-wide self-service copy centers; coordinate and oversee scheduling and reservations of media production suites; coordinate equipment circulation for campus and media duplication area; train, schedule, and provide work direction to others; understand library media organization and classification system; perform technical and clerical duties related to the Multimedia Services and telemedia program areas using independent judgment and personal initiative; apply basic digital and electronic concepts in resolving equipment repair and system performance problems; remain current in and provide technical instruction and support related to educational technology to faculty, staff, and students including the proper operation and use of a variety of computers, software packages, and audio/visual equipment; differentiate between hardware and software problems; determine compatibility with peripheral equipment and software; learn to operate new equipment and adapt to changing technology; assemble requested telemedia equipment for class demonstrations; maintain detailed records of equipment circulation; operate microcomputers, computer terminals and related peripherals and software; perform media duplication, editing, and recording; understand, interpret, and communicate pertinent policies, procedures, rules, and regulations and apply them with good judgment; provide assistance to administrators, staff, faculty, students and the general public; make arithmetic calculations quickly and accurately; understand and follow oral and written directions; work independently with little direction; compile and maintain accurate and complete records and files; plan and organize work to meet schedules and time lines; ensure safety and security of assigned areas; work with and exhibit sensitivity to and understanding of the diverse racial, ethnic, disabled, sexual orientation, and cultural populations of community college students; communicate clearly and concisely, both orally and in writing; establish and maintain effective working relationships with those contacted in the course of work.

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Research Project Manager, UCSD

DESCRIPTION

Serve as Research Project Manager for clinical research studies and a resource person for projects for both internal and external contacts. Provide overall management of studies. Maintain ongoing direct contact with PI and co-investigators to ensure quality assurance of data. Participate as a major contributor to grant writing and development, data analysis, quality control, research study design, and project development and planning. Perform intermediate to advanced analysis. Author and co-author manuscripts, presentations and scientific journal articles.

QUALIFICATIONS

  • Strong theoretical knowledge in Public Health or related field; or equivalent combination of experience and education with the ability to make advanced contributions to research projects at a conceptual level.
  • Proven experience or similar skills in writing, proofreading, editing publications for scientific journals material.
  • Demonstrated experience or similar skills with grant writing and development.
  • Proven experience in Preventive Medicine clinical and research activities.
  • Demonstrated experience or similar skills in data collection.
  • Knowledge and experience with human subjects and Institutional Review Board and other federal research policies and procedures.
  • Proven experience researching, gathering, organizing information to produce reports, correspondence, graphs, and spreadsheets to generate, track, and analyze required data.
  • Excellent interpersonal skills to interact with a variety of personalities at all levels of the organization, work effectively as a member of a research team; and in establishing and maintaining effective working relationships with staff of all levels, faculty and healthcare professionals.

PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS

-Proven experience conducting subject recruitment including obtaining informed consent and maintain confidentiality.

-Knowledge of UCSD policies and procedures.

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Customer Support Manager: Lane Medical Library and Knowledge Management Center, Stanford University Medical Center

Lane Medical Library & Knowledge Management Center (http://lane.stanford.edu) at Stanford University Medical Center enables biomedical discovery by connecting people with knowledge. Through innovative means, we create, acquire, deliver and integrate information to support excellence in research, education and patient care.

Lane Medical Library seeks qualified applicants to fill the position of Customer Support Manager. Reporting to the Director for Knowledge Integration, Communications, and Customer Support, this new position manages the people who support and communicate library capabilities to customers. This position is responsible for managing and shifting the department from an internally focused operation that provides narrow answers to specific customer questions to an outwardly focused operation that recognizes customers’ underlying needs and proactively delivers information and support services (either at Lane or at the customers’ location) to address their information needs. This group supports the research and education goals of the Stanford Medicine faculty, students, and staff, including the School of Medicine, the Stanford University Hospital and Clinics, and the Lucile Salter Packard Children’s Hospital.

This position encompasses organization, and management of virtual and physical service desks in different locations and the communication of digital library (website) skills to faculty, students, and Stanford Medicine staff. The Customer Support Manger will implement changes in the services provided by this group and develop staff skills to be able to deliver the new services. Changes include a shift to proactive delivery of information on Lane’s web site capabilities and accessing the Lane collection (both digital and hard copy) as well as providing support services requested by librarian liaisons e.g., training in use of website or locating print materials.

The Customer Support Manger provides leadership in information technology issues as they relate to features and use of the digital library website, personal computer and information system tools to support the group’s work to support customers. The Customer Support Manager works with his/her peers in the Knowledge Integration group to evolve the integration of information systems. The Customer Support Manager is an active participant in Lane’s space planning and space utilization strategic planning. The Customer Support Manager develops creative approaches and demonstrates a strong commitment to providing innovative and responsive support services.

RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Supervise 5 FTE library specialists whose responsibilities include library circulation, Reserves, study and stack space management, and Service Desk services.
  • Develop new workflows and operating procedures to deliver virtual Service Desk services and increase productivity of physical Service Desk services.
  • Develop new services (including staff training and operating procedures to deliver those services) that emphasize transfer of knowledge from Lane to customers. Example of a prospective new service:outreach training to Stanford Medicine departments, divisions, and Institutes that enhances customers’ utilization of Lane services (and reveals additional customer needs that could lead to subsequent new services).
  • Serves as a liaison to designated programs and departments to troubleshoot remote and on-site access to Lane services.
  • Coordinates with Lane Knowledge Integration team to collaborate with technology and policy staff from Stanford University Libraries, Stanford IT Services, Stanford University Hospital & Clinics, and Lucile Packard Children’s Hospital.
  • Participates in Lane’s space planning and space utilization strategic planning.

Qualifications

REQUIRED:

  • Advanced Degree in Library Science or a relevant academic discipline with demonstrated understanding of libraries. Two or more years of experience in a library setting or a combination of education and relevant experience.
  • Minimum 3 years progressively responsible supervisory and management experience that includes demonstrated abilities to evaluate staff capabilities, support staff in shifting to new roles, and assess outcomes. Strong commitment to mentoring, appropriate training and developing staff in an academic or technical environment;
  • Demonstrated ability to adapt to and manage a team in a changing environment;
  • Strong interpersonal skills – Ability to work collegially in an academic setting with a broad range of constituents from students to MDs, administrative staff, faculty researchers and the general public;
  • Technology – Demonstrated mastery with personal computers and collaborative tools (e.g., wikis, group calendars, server based word processors, spreadsheets, etc.) along with an advanced user understanding of Internet / Web services and information systems generally;
  • Demonstrated experience in creating and managing teams that operate across multiple departments and achieve quality outcomes for the customer and the Library;
  • Demonstrated ability to view issues from an organization-wide perspective;
  • Excellent written and oral communication skills, including the ability to work collaboratively with superiors, peers and information technologists;
  • Ability to work independently and to contribute positively to a collegial team environment;
  • Commitment to professional growth and development;

DESIRED:

  • Experience with developing, publishing or delivering web based customer support materials and services. Support materials could include, ‘how to’ information, Q&As, videos, etc. Support services could include: phone, chat, web conferencing, and problem solving or training at customer site.
  • Experience overseeing daily operations of a library including integrated library systems. Experience with ExLibris/Voyager and medical libraries highly desirable.
  • Experience with the creative use of current and emerging trends and technologies related to training/informing customers who are not particularly seeking to be trained.

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Research Librarian, Lathem & Watkins — Silicon Valley

 

Latham & Watkins, a global law firm consistently ranked among the top firms in the world, is currently seeking a Research Librarian to join our winning team, located in Silicon Valley. The success of our firm is largely determined by our commitment to hire and develop the very best and brightest, creating a team that provides our clients with the highest quality of work and service. We are driven by our core values: respect, innovation and collaboration.

The Research Librarian will receive a generous total compensation package. Bonuses are awarded in recognition of individual and firm performance. Eligible employees can participate in Latham’s comprehensive benefit program including healthcare, life and disability insurance, flexible spending accounts, a 401k plan, and more! In addition, employees receive 10 paid holidays per year, and a PTO program that accrues 23 days during the first year of employment and grows with tenure.

As a Research Librarian at Latham, you will contribute your expertise in providing research services involving legal, business, and general information sources to attorneys, paralegals, and staff using a variety of print and electronic research tools. The Research Librarian also performs other functions regarding library operations. Your responsibilities as a Research Librarian will include these and other critical functions:

  • Conducting domestic and international legal and non-legal research utilizing appropriate print and electronic research tools and directs Library users to appropriate sources.
  • Reviewing diverse sources of information for currency, reliability, relevance, and cost effectiveness, then choosing the best sources for answering research requests.
  • Compiling and organizing information obtained in research projects into a coherent, focused collection, accompanied by explanatory notes, if relevant, so that the material is readily understandable to the user.
  • Monitoring legal, business and news sources for current developments in practice areas, for clients and industries; compiling results into a concise publication for distribution to relevant groups.
  • Providing training in print and electronic resources and research skills in a variety of settings and using diverse media.
  • Providing orientation regarding library procedures and uses for new personnel.
  • Maintaining awareness of current developments on legal news and information services, including the Internet and e-resources relevant to the Firm’s practice areas. May also monitor law journals and newsletters and compile bulletins of legal developments for attorneys.
  • Performing cite-checking: analyzing and verifying legal citations in memorandum and pleadings using Lexis or Westlaw, and the Blue Book or other citation authority.
  • Maintaining familiarity with and performing library administrative tasks, such as processing books for the catalog, processing library mail for distribution to attorneys, shelving books and periodicals, filing loose-leaf services and periodicals, processing bills for payment, and maintaining collections of specialty materials.
  • Interfacing with other law firms, agencies, libraries and organizations; representing the firm in a professional manner.
  • Completing special projects on various issues as assigned.

As a Research Librarian, you will be expected to apply your organizational and communication skills while displaying a positive, high-energy attitude. The successful Librarian candidate must have knowledge of print and electronic legal and non-legal research resources; strong analytical skills; ability to organize collections of materials and information; well developed and professional interpersonal skills; ability to interact effectively with people at all organizational levels of the firm; strong communication skills, both written and verbal; ability to work as a team player; capable of collaborating with research staff in their own and other offices and drawing on the individual skills of the members of the research team to complete all aspects of an assignment; knowledge and proficiency in PC applications, including MS Office, Adobe and SharePoint and other applications. A master’s degree in Library Science (MLS) is preferred. A master’s degree in another specialty may be considered in lieu of the MLS. A bachelor’s degree required. A minimum of three (3) years research experience in a law firm library may be substituted for the master’s degree. Qualified candidates are encouraged to apply by clicking the “Apply Now” link.

Latham & Watkins is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Our commitment to diversity, equal opportunity and sustainability enables Latham & Watkins to draw from a remarkable wealth of talent to create one of the world’s leading law firms.

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Analyst/Programmer, Career, Library and Information Access – SDSU

The SDSU Library seeks a self-driven and highly motivated Web Designer with the skillset required to design, develop and maintain clean, consistent, responsive, intuitive and easy to use websites that support the Library’s mission. Reporting to the Director of Library Technologies with oversight from the Digital Technologies Librarian, the ideal candidate should have strong design skills and will work across a broad range of content management and web technologies including Drupal, WordPress, CSS, HTML and JavaScript.
The incumbent will help support the Library’s current website (http://library.sdsu.edu ) and work with staff and faculty to create web-based applications, graphics and creative content to showcase the future of digital discovery and learning. This position will also help develop and implement web marketing strategies through various digital channels including Drupal custom themes and modules, social media, web banners, digital signage, digital video, mobile and other interactive and online mediums. The Web Designer must stay current on new and emerging technologies and possess the level of graphic design skill needed to ensure that all web and marketing initiatives adhere to the highest design standards.
This individual will be responsible for ensuring the library web properties comply with California State University (CSU) accessibility standards, and will work with the Library web team to understand user needs and translate those needs into a visually appealing and functional web design.

For more information and to apply:

http://library.sdsu.edu/about-library-information-access/employment-opportunities

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Senior Assistant Librarian: Hispanic Serving and Undergraduate Success San Diego State University – San Diego, CA

San Diego State University Library & Information Access seeks applications and nominations of dynamic, innovative, and service-oriented candidates for the position of Hispanic Serving and Undergraduate Success Librarian. This position is appointed at the Senior Assistant Librarian rank.

Duties and Responsibilities

The successful candidate will:

● Develop and coordinate library programs that support undergraduate writing and the needs of Hispanic college students, including cross-border partnerships with our sister libraries in northern Baja California;
● Coordinate undergraduate library instruction for writing courses for Rhetoric & Writing Studies, international students, and the American Language Institute;
● Establish collaborations with the SDSU Writing Center;
● Work closely with librarians to design information literacy curricula, online tutorials, and face to face instruction for undergraduate writing courses;
● Proactively seek partnerships with faculty and students in the subjects of Chicana/o Studies, Spanish and Portuguese, and Latin American Studies;
● Take a leadership role in planning, implementing, and assessing collections and services in support of the research and educational missions of the relevant academic departments;
● Initiate and conduct course-related information literacy instruction in the relevant subject areas, as well as provide general undergraduate information literacy education;
● Maintain existing online research guides and work with programming staff to develop innovative online research tools for supported subjects;
● Participate as a general reference librarian, as well as provide subject specific support for Chicana/o Studies, Spanish and Portuguese, Latin American Studies and related disciplines;
● Participate in the shared governance of San Diego State University by serving on library, campus-wide, and California State University committees as needed.

Required Qualifications

● ALA-accredited master’s degree or equivalent foreign degree;
● Experience providing library instruction to undergraduate students;
● Subject knowledge in one or more or the following fields of academic study: Chicana/o Studies, Spanish and Portuguese, and Latin American Studies;
● An understanding of the current research, information sources, and scholarly trends in undergraduate library instruction and the needs of Hispanic college students;
● Knowledge of emerging issues and technologies in undergraduate library instruction;
● Experience working with multicultural and international student groups;
● Strong communication, interpersonal, and presentation skills;
● Ability to work effectively in collegial environments;
● Potential for meeting the requirements for tenure and promotion based on library service, professional growth, and service to the University and community;
● A demonstrated commitment to fostering diversity;
● Proficiency in Spanish language, spoken and written.

Desired Qualifications

● Active involvement in professional development activities with a record of scholarly contributions and achievements in the profession;
● Experience working with faculty, researchers, staff, and students;
● Experience with collection development;
● Experience in the development of online tutorials or web guides;
● Experience with learning management systems, such as Blackboard.

This is a full-time, twelve-month, tenure track faculty position. Tenure is dependent upon continuing library service effectiveness, professional growth and development, and service to the University and community.

Rank of Senior Assistant Librarian with a salary range of [$58,044-$65,000].

Excellent benefits, including medical, dental, and vision plans, as well as 24 vacation days per year.

San Diego State University is a major public research institution offering bachelor’s degrees in 89 areas, master’s degrees in 78 areas, and doctorates in 21 areas. The university provides transformative experiences, both inside and outside of the classroom, for its 34,000 students. Students participate in research, international experiences, sustainability and entrepreneurship initiatives, and a broad range of student life and leadership opportunities. The university’s rich campus life features opportunities for students to participate in, and engage with, the creative and performing arts, a Division I athletics program, and the vibrant cultural life of the San Diego region. For more information, visit www.sdsu.edu.

SDSU is a large, diverse, urban university and Hispanic-Serving Institution with a commitment to diversity, equity, and inclusive excellence. Our campus community is diverse in many ways, including race, religion, color, sex, age, disability, marital status, sexual orientation, gender identity and expression, national origin, pregnancy, medical condition, and covered veteran status. We strive to build and sustain a welcoming environment for all. SDSU is seeking applicants with demonstrated experience in and/or commitment to teaching and working effectively with individuals from diverse backgrounds and members of underrepresented groups.

Please submit the following documents via Interfolio at http://apply.interfolio.com/26448: cover letter; curriculum vitae; names, postal and e-mail addresses of three professional references, and a brief statement about your commitment to fostering diversity.

This position will remain open until filled. Reviews will begin immediately. Anticipated start date is spring semester 2015.

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Volunteer Opportunity, Stacks Assistant — San Diego Museum of Art

Volunteer Job Title: Stacks Assistant

Department: Library

Reports to: Manager, Library & Archive

Position Overview: Assist library staff in maintaining book stacks

Specific Tasks:

Shelve newly cataloged materials, materials checked in after use by patrons, and materials used in library by patrons

  • Maintain shelves by periodically scanning books, periodicals and catalogs to ensure that they are shelved in proper order and re-shelving any that are out of order
  • Call to the attention of library staff any books that appear to be mis-cataloged, damaged, or in need of new labels
  • Help package Inter Library Loans
  • Help with small projects around the Library

Time Requirement: Must be able to volunteer sometime within these hours:

Monday & Wednesday 9:30 – 5:30

Friday 11:00 – 5:30

A minimum of four hours weekly is required to meet the workload

Qualifications: Physical: Ability to climb stairs and move heavy books on and off of shelves

Skills/Education/Experience: a fundamental knowledge of the Library of Congress call number system, and good attention to detail.

 

Contact Bethany Burke bburke@sdmart.org for more information.

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Technical Services Librarian — Riverside County Law Library, Riverside, CA.

Position Summary:
Under administrative direction, performs technical services functions including acquisitions, cataloging, serials, binding and preservation, physical processing of collection materials, and oversight of the integrated library system and computer systems and applications. This is a professional level position responsible for management and oversight of the library’s technical services functions and personnel. This  position is also responsible for coordinating technical services functions with public service functions, and implement policy and procedural changes necessary to improve access to the collection in keeping with the law library’s mission.
This position reports to the Director.
Essential Duties:
• Lead the library’s technical services functions and personnel: materials check-in and processing, bindery and preservation, archiving, loose
- leaf filing, and stacks maintenance.
• Classify and catalog the collection’s print and electronic resources.
•Supervise and manage all aspects of materials acquisition: manage collection budget, monitor expenditures, ensure the ordering and receipt of library materials, review and implement collection management policies and procedures.
• Prepare statistical, analytical, and financial reports as it pertains to the Law Library’s collection budget and year end fiscal inventory.
• Assist with space planning and collection development activities such as evaluating and recommending changes to the integrated library  system, as well as computer systems and applications.
• Document and update procedures, and trains others to use those procedures
• Manage relationships with vendors, including verifying, recommending and processing of payment records and files.
• Participate in law library professional association activities, att ends meetings and workshops to keep up with current developments and  best practices in collection management and access services.
Education and Experience Required
• ALA – accredited Master’s degree in library/information science.
• Minimum three years of technical services management experience.
Preferred:
•Prior experience as Head of Technical Services/Collection Management and Access Services.
• Strong supervisory and computer skills, as well as knowledge of current law library service, organization, p rocedures, equipment and  technologies.
Compensation/Benefits
• Salary dependent upon qualifications and experience. Excellent benefits package including annual leave (vacation and sick leave) of 23–33 days per year depending upon years of employment; 12 paid holidays per year; health, vision and dental insurance; life insurance, and  retirement through CalPERS.
Position Available: January 2015
To apply, please submit a cover letter and resume to:
Riverside County Law Library
Victoria Williamson, Director
3989 Lemon Street
Riverside, CA 92501
victoria.williamson@rclawlibrary.org

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