Position Open at RWU

The RWU Law Library seeks a librarian to join the library’s dynamic research and access services team. 

For position details and to apply, please visit:https://rwu.interviewexchange.com/jobofferdetails.jsp?JOBID=111765

Raquel

Ms. Raquel M. Ortiz

Assistant Dean for Library and Information Services &

Associate Professor of Law

Roger Williams University School of Law

Ten Metacom Avenue

Bristol, RI 02809

401-254-4530 l FAX: 401-254-4543

Job Posting – Head Law Librarian

The Massachusetts Trial Court Law Libraries has just posted an opening in the Worcester Law Library for a Head Law Librarian. To view the posting and apply go to https://careers-trialcourtsofmass.icims.com/jobs/4365/head-law-librarian—worcester-law-library/job. Please note that the posting is open until 5/14/19. This is a great opportunity to work for anyone interested in providing a valuable service to the public, bar and courts.

Job Posting: Law Librarian I-Connecticut Judicial Branch

Posted on behalf of Jeff Dowd, Supervising Law Librarian, Law Library Services Connecticut Judicial Branch.  Please contact him directly with any questions: Jeffrey.Dowd@jud.ct.gov

Law Librarian I – Connecticut Judicial Branch

Primary work location is Middletown, CT, but may be required to work in other locations two days a week.

The Connecticut Judicial Branch is seeking a qualified individual to perform professional to advanced library duties which include providing legal reference and research guidance, instruction in database searching, and catalog and collection maintenance. In-state travel is required.

Minimum Qualifications: A Master’s degree in Library Science or Information Science from a graduate school accredited by the American Library Association. Information about the position is posted on the Connecticut Judicial Branch web site.

Applications must be received by December 21, 2015. Applications should be submitted through the on-line application site at: https://www.jud.ct.gov/hronline/. Paper applications will not be accepted.

Please reference posting ID #15-1000-038 AA/EOE

Summer Internship Opportunity

Perkins Coie LLP Library Diversity Internship Program, 2007

Perkins Coie LLP, Seattle, Washington, seeks a summer library intern. The internship is a summer program designed to introduce candidates from diverse backgrounds to the challenging and rewarding profession of law firm librarianship. The library intern will have the opportunity to experience firsthand the variety of functions in a large law firm library. The intern will receive training in technical services, have designated reference desk hours, attend staff planning meetings, network with law librarians from other institutions and be involved in special projects such as web page development and library-sponsored training.

Benefits to the intern include the opportunity to work with a team of experienced law librarians in a top AmLaw 100 law firm; introduction to all aspects of special librarianship including serials management, cataloging, circulation, interlibrary loan; development of reference skills and expansion of knowledge of legal resources and databases. Beyond their assigned duties, the intern will be expected to design and carry out a research, instructional or service-based project and to create a research guide or article that may be used on the law firm’s intranet.

We are seeking applicants who are currently enrolled and satisfactorily performing in an ALA accredited school of library and information science. Class work in legal bibliography is preferred but not required. Candidates must possess excellent communications skills and experience with Microsoft Word/Excel. We are seeking applicants with diverse cultural and life experiences. The library internship will run for 6 weeks, beginning in late June or early July, and is a full-time, paid position.

If you wish to apply for this internship, send the following application materials to staffhiringSEA@perkinscoie.com and refer to job number S20070404.
· Resume;
· Names of three references;
· Library school transcript;
· Personal statement including career goals and reasons for applying for the internship (approx. 1 page in lieu of a cover letter).

Applications should be received on or before May 4, 2007.