Circuit Law Librarian, Massachusetts Trial Court Law Libraries (Worcester)
Working within the Trial Court Law Libraries of the Department of Support Services, the Circuit Law Librarian performs professional library duties over a defined geographic area in the following areas: legal research and reference, cataloging, interlibrary loan, bibliographic services, and acquisitions; assists Head Law Librarians in library operation; and may perform specific functions for the Trial Court Law Library system such invoice processing, collection development and maintaining a federal depository collection; performs related work as required. The Circuit Law Librarian will be based at the Worcester Law Library and will also provide coverage at the Norfolk Law Library, Middlesex Law Library, and Lowell Law Library when necessary.
Master’s Degree in Library Science from an accredited library school and 1 full year of full-time experience in a professional capacity in a law library;
Knowledge of theory, principles, and practices of library science and law library administration, including current methods and procedures in such areas as collection development, cataloging, and legal research and reference;
Strong interpersonal skills and the ability to deal effectively and respectfully with people;
Ability to work with judges, attorneys, court personnel;
Ability to use computer applications such as MS Office spreadsheets, text editing, and publisher programs;
Ability to communicate clearly and effectively in both oral and written form;
Ability to reach with hands and arms, bend, crouch, lift materials weighing up to 30 pounds, and climb stairs;
Ability to travel within the Commonwealth and work at other Trial Court Law Library locations when necessary.
Massachusetts residency is required.
How to Apply
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