Two Library Positions: Washington DC and Virginia

Director of Legal Resources
Location: National Association of College and University Attorneys (NACUA), located at Dupont Circle in Washington, DC
Salary: 160,000.00 – 170,000.00

Full vacancy announcement available at AALL Career Center:
http://careers.aallnet.org/jobs/8445811/director-of-legal-resources

The National Association of College and University Attorneys (NACUA), located at Dupont Circle in Washington, DC, seeks a full-time Director of Legal Resources to provide strategic direction, leadership and oversight of NACUA’s legal resources and to ensure high-quality and member-responsive programs and services for attorneys representing NACUA’s member colleges and universities.

Primary duties include: strategic oversight as well as daily management of NACUA’s development and delivery of legal resources, programming and services that serve member needs; supervision and professional development of legal resources staff that includes three Assistant Directors; close collaboration with NACUA members and member volunteers to identify legal issues and deliver high-quality programs and services; monitoring emerging trends and best practices in higher education law and the delivery of new legal resources to ensure NACUA remains at the forefront; facilitating networking among members on key issues of interest; serving as the primary staff member responsible for development and implementation of the Annual Conference with volunteer members of the Program Committee; initiating and planning selected programs and virtual seminars; and ensuring effective outreach to the larger higher education community so that NACUA serves as the leading resource on higher education legal issues; and serving as a key member of the staff leadership team.

Requirements: Juris Doctor degree from an accredited law school and current law license in any state; five to ten years of progressively responsible legal experience, preferably in higher education; comprehensive knowledge of legal issues in higher education; excellent oral and written communications skills; program planning and development skills for live and virtual meetings; strong management and supervisory skills and experience; strong interpersonal skills; acute attention to detail; hands-on, strategic, creative thinker who welcomes innovation and thrives in a collaborative environment with both members and staff colleagues; and understanding of a membership-service, volunteer-driven association.

Position: Manager
Location: Eckles Library, George Washington University Libraries, Mount Vernon Campus

Originally posted on University of Maryland blogMLIS.

The Manager of Eckles Library supervises one full-time employee and coordinates an extraordinary cohort of undergraduate student staff. The manager is in charge of library facilities, access services, outreach, circulation, and reserves. As a member of the Research and User Services Team, the person in this position will be an active participant in the GW Libraries award-winning instruction program, partnering with faculty to support first-year research and writing. In addition to working on team-based projects across the Libraries, this position serves as the liaison to academic and student life programs on the Mount Vernon Campus, and is the GW Libraries representative to the Mount Vernon Campus Senior Staff Group. The position reports to a Research Services Coordinator.