Position: Digital Content Analyst
Location: Eversheds Sutherland, Washington, DC
Originally posted on LLSDC Job Listings.
We have an exciting opportunity for a Digital Content Analyst in the Washington, DC office at Eversheds Sutherland (US) LLP. We are searching for someone who wants to be a valued contributor and member of a talented and dynamic team of lawyers, paralegals and staff.
The Digital Content Analyst supports and ensures access to the Firm’s online resources by staff/attorneys. Intranet content, access and design are key responsibilities.
Responsibilities and Duties:
• Develops and maintains intranet pages.
• Develops and maintains Research Services departmental intranet page.
• Arranges access to electronic products/services (initiate subscriptions, distribute licenses, etc.).
• Monitors access to and use of electronic resources to ensure continued relevance to our needs and practices.
• Monitors electronic usage to ensure effective utilization and cost control.
• Works with vendors and Technology Information Services staff to resolve technical issues with library resources and services.
• Reviews new research products and library tools for possible inclusion in collection.
• Assists in implementation of new technology, resources, and software applications.
• Reviews, evaluates, processes all electronic subscription renewals/invoices.
• Trains attorneys on selected electronic resources.
• Educates/informs attorneys/staff about developments in on-line services and databases (platform migrations, redesigns, etc.).
• Catalogues electronic resources.
• Creates and maintains internal library knowledge-sharing documents on electronic resources.
Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:
• A Master’s degree in Library Science from an accredited college or university is preferred or a bachelor’s degree with experience in digital content or intranet design.
• Three to five years of general library-related experience and/or experience in library electronic services.
• Understanding of technology; ability to communicate effectively and facilitate communication between technology staff and others.
• Excellent interpersonal, written and verbal communication skills are required. Detail-oriented and organized; ability to multi-task and prioritize workloads.
• Excellent computer skills and knowledge of MS Office Suite with proficiency in Outlook.
Eversheds Sutherland (US) LLP is committed to promoting diversity and inclusion within our Firm and in the larger legal profession. We believe that diverse skills, knowledge and viewpoints make us a stronger firm. Eversheds Sutherland (US) LLP maintains a policy of affording all employees and applicants equal employment opportunities without regard to race, color, religion, sex (including pregnancy, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression), national origin, age, disability, genetic information, marital or familial status, domestic violence victim status, ancestry, amnesty, citizenship status, military and veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by law. Unlawful discrimination, harassment and retaliation will not be tolerated in any of the Firm’s offices or any other work-related setting. Qualified individuals with a disability may request a reasonable accommodation in order to apply for a position or to enable them to perform the essential functions of a position for which they are otherwise qualified. EEO.
Position: Reference/Foreign & International Librarian
Location: George Washington University Law School, Jacob Burns Law Library, Washington, DC
Originally posted on LLSDC Job Listings.
The George Washington University Law School, Jacob Burns Law Library, located in Washington, DC, seeks a qualified librarian for its reference/foreign & international librarian position to begin as early as August 1, 2019. The librarian in this position will provide research and reference services to members of the GW Law community and other library patrons.
ESSENTIAL DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES include:
-Provides research and reference services to members of the GW Law community and other library patrons;
-Performs regular reference desk duties and provides backup reference desk assistance (including weekends and/or evenings), as needed;
-Assists patrons in locating and using a variety of print and online information resources;
-Participates in liaison services, which includes providing research support to faculty, students, and staff of GW Law’s International & Comparative Law Program, The George Washington International Law Review, the Jessup Moot Court Competition, and other Law School organizations; alerting liaison faculty to current developments in areas of interest through selective dissemination of information; and assisting students participating in co-curricular activities;
-Prepares and delivers research lectures for law students and other groups;
-Drafts, revises, and contributes to print and online research guides, bibliographies, and other specialized finding aids and publications;
-Maintains expertise in both general and foreign & international law research techniques and resources through attendance at professional conferences, continuing legal education programs, and independent study;
-Participates in collection development activities relating to foreign & international law, which includes selecting new materials; monitoring acquisitions budget and expenditures; reviewing gifts; and periodically reviewing the collection for currency, withdrawal, or relocation of materials;
-Plans and mounts library exhibits;
-Conducts library orientations and tours as necessary; and
-Performs other duties as assigned by the head of reference.