Part-Time Law Librarian
Location: Pasternak & Fidis, P.C., Bethesda, Maryland
Originally posted on the LLSDC Jobline.
Pasternak & Fidis, P.C., a small Bethesda law firm, is looking for a part-time law librarian (25-30 hours/week). Duties include legal research, book and periodical purchasing and processing, electronic resources management, loose-leaf updating, website-content updating (firm and intranet), budgetary analysis and preparation, and other projects as assigned.
We offer a competitive salary, a friendly, cooperative small firm, and a team committed to the highest levels of client service. We are in walking distance to the Metro in a lively area of Bethesda. Please send cover letter with salary requirements, along with your resume to email@example.com. No phone calls please.
Librarian III (Youth Services)
Location: Bowie Branch, Prince George’s County Memorial Library System
Salary: $51,709 per year or $24.86 per hour. Generous benefits package.
Originally posted on University of Maryland blogMLIS
PGCMLS is searching for an innovative and enthusiastic reference librarian to manage the youth services department at its Bowie Branch. Bring your creativity and experience working with all levels of youth services, especially teens, to our team! We offer a casual, but professional work environment and a great comprehensive benefits package. And, we offer exceptional training opportunities for staff throughout their entire career with the Library.
Hours: Full-time (40 hours/week). Schedule includes a combination of
daytime, evening and Saturday hours. See below.
M 9-5:30pm; T 1-9pm; W (A) 1-9pm; W (B) 9-5:30pm; TH 9-6pm; F
(B) 9-6pm; S (A) 9-5pm
Earn additional pay for fluent (reading, writing, and speaking) Spanish, French, Chinese (Mandarin) and American Sign Language.
To Apply: Submit an employment application, cover letter and resume
today! Visit us online at www.pgcmls.info/AboutUs/Employment.
Closing Date: Priority consideration given to application material
received by 4pm, August 26, 2016. Position open until filled.
Examples of Duties: Plans, organizes, coordinates and supervises the work of the information staff. Provides quality reference and readers’ advisory services. Promotes library services and collection usage. Initiates and maintains local community contacts. Reads and reviews materials; develops, evaluates and maintains collections to meet community information and recreation requirements. Schedules, trains and evaluates personnel. Plans and presents story hours, book talks and programs for the public; plans and arranges displays. Compiles materials lists; maintains files and indexes. Works in various departments or branches other than where regularly
assigned. Collects, maintains and evaluates data relating to branch
performance and program effectiveness.. Keeps informed of professional developments in library service. Attends professional meetings, workshops and conferences and serves on committees as requested or assigned. Assumes the duties of a senior staff member upon request. Performs other duties or responsibilities that are related to the position.