Three Positions: Maryland & Virginia

Position: Programming Coordinator
Location: Charles County Public Library, La Plata, MD
Salary: $52,509 annually

Originally posted on the Maryland Library Association listserv.

Charles County Public Library is a seeking qualified and experienced Programming Coordinator who, under the direction of the Assistant Director, coordinates with the Branch Managers and other library staff on all aspects of adult, teen, and children’s programming and exhibitions; handles planning, development, and implementation of programs; facilitates internal communications necessary for successful execution of programs; and serves as Youth Services Coordinator.

Duties:

1. Coordinates all aspects of adult, teen, and children’s programming, exhibitions and outside program presenters; including planning and development.
2. Coordinates and follows through on ordering all materials for CCPL programs.
3. Works closely with Mobile Services Department, Public Services Librarians, Children’s Librarians, and Young Adult Librarians on collaborative programs for the library and in the community.
4. Schedules programming activities.
5. Oversees planning, development and implementation of programming in drawing customers to the library.
6. Performs duties of a youth services librarian including actively assisting in youth programming in the branches.
7. Maintains awareness of trends in youth services and issues affecting youth and communicates such to youth services staff and managers.
8. Participates in planning for the county with input from youth services staff.
9. Develops strategic partnerships and Serves as liaison to community agencies serving children and maintains regular contact with school librarians to ensure complementary services to students.
10. May write grants for funding of special projects.
11. May develop MOU’s for work with community groups and non-profit organizations.
12. Accountable for all monies dispersed for all branch programs.
13. Collects and analyzes statistical information and prepares regular reports for the Branch Managers, Marketing and Development Managers and Library Executive Director.
14. Researches and modifies ways to evaluate programs and services to garner the most accurate information.
15. Works closely with the Marketing Manager and the Development Manager to coordinate programs in the community.
16. Participates on the library management team, including participating in the performance evaluation process.
17. Coordinates the presentation of programs and collects data to prepare reports; maintains program records and evaluates outcomes. Makes recommendations based on outcomes.
18. Informs Branch Managers if there is a need to schedule staff for library programs.
19. Works with Branch Managers to communicate and coordinate programming policies, procedures, and departmental activities to the staff.
20. Professionally represents the library at community and organizational events that further
the library’s missions and goals.
21. Attends meetings and participates in committees and organizations that further the library’s mission and goals.
22. Keeps abreast of library developments by attending workshops and educational programs and reading periodicals and or specialized literature.
23. Performs other duties as assigned.

Position: Library and Media Technician
Location: Carroll Community College, Westminster, MD
Salary: $31,096-$41,900

Originally posted on the Maryland Library Association listserv.

JOB SUMMARY

This position is responsible for the support, scheduling, and operation of the college’s Standard Definition cable channel (Channel 18) and for creating content and participating in support of the county’s shared High Definition channel. The Library and Media Technician will manage the media office, provide upkeep and maintenance of media equipment, supervise student employees, ensure delivery of media resources to classrooms, and work with Director and library faculty to explore new resources and services to provide to the college and community including creating, developing, and supporting social media services. Provide digital video production support for the college, including camera operation, direction, editing, distribution, and public online archiving of content. It reports to the Director of Library and Media Services.

ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS:

  • Schedule, maintain, and program operation of cable television channel for college as well as contribute to and maintain video streams and digital archives.
  • Produce digital video content of approved events, classes, and library resources. Includes directing, camera operation, editing, file conversion/creation, distribution, and public online archiving of content
  • Provide general Media Services office coverage to respond to needs presented by walk-in, phone, and online form requests. Retrieve media items and equipment for staff/students and use the library catalog system for check in/check out of materials.
  • Arrange delivery and pickup and/or personally deliver and pick up from classrooms and other locations the requested media and equipment at scheduled times.
  • Process media software acquisitions. Includes quality check, recording and assigning of a call number, notation of closed captioning and subtitling, labeling, shelving, and production of Audiovisual Software Collection listing.
  • Arrange for agreements with course content licensors for use of video material in online courses. Confirm and report course enrollments. Acquire, verify, and submit billings for payment.
  • Participate as a member of the Community Media Center’s equipment and PEG partner work groups.
  • Perform other duties as assigned

Position: Teaching and Outreach Librarian
Location: George Mason University, Fairfax, VA
Salary: Commensurate with qualifications, experience, and rank; not less than $57,000/year.

Full vacancy announcement available on ALA Joblist.

Responsibilities:
The Teaching and Outreach Librarian is a collaborative, student-centered teacher-librarian on the Teaching and Learning Team. The individual is responsible for providing library services such as information literacy instruction, research support, and outreach expertise for the Teaching and Learning Team’s academic and co-curricular partners. The position reports to the Lead, Teaching and Learning Team and works in an innovative and adaptive public service environment.

This individual works to expand and coordinate outreach and engagement activities for the Teaching and Learning Team and the Learning, Research and Engagement (LRE) division. This may include developing library events and programming, managing student orientations and retention events, and assisting with library marketing services. Additionally, this position manages the University Libraries’ InfoGuides workflow, maintenance, and assessment process.

The Teaching and Outreach Librarian will provide liaison services to assigned academic programs or departments, which includes information literacy instruction, student and faculty teaching/learning support, and may involve collection development responsibilities. The Teaching and Learning Team focuses on undergraduate education across the university, including (but not limited to) the Honors Program, the Communications Lab, Mason/NOVA ADVANCE, English Composition, the School of Integrative Studies, and the Bachelor of Individualized Study (BIS) program. As a member of the Teaching and Learning Team this individual will assist patrons in the use of teaching and/or research resources, and will provide general and specialized reference and research assistance.

The Teaching and Outreach Librarian will actively participate in the work of the Teaching and Learning Team, including participating in and contributing to team-based projects. In the absence of the Lead, Teaching and Learning Team, this individual may be asked to fulfill a senior librarian supervisor role and mediate and resolve issues as necessary.

This individual will also engage in professional development, scholarship and service in accordance with university/library standards for appointment renewal and promotion. This includes serving on committees, task forces, projects, etc. within the Mason University Libraries, and the university.

Four Positions: Maryland & Washington, DC

Manager, Technical Services and Digital Technology
Location: Greenfield Library, St. John’s College, Annapolis, MD
Salary: $52,168.76

Full vacancy announcement is available on the CUA SLIS blog.

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

The Manager, Technical Services and Digital Technology, under the general supervision of the Library Director, provides leadership, development, coordination, and direction for the following areas: cataloging, classification, processing material, authority file maintenance, digital technology, library systems and database administration, serials processing, and basic bindery and preservation activities. The incumbent will identify, formulate and assess goals, priorities, policies, and procedures for these areas of responsibility and work closely and collaboratively with library staff to ensure efficient workflow and high-quality user experience. The incumbent will also work in conjunction with Library Director to manage technical services vendor relations and will supervise and train student assistants assigned to work with this position.

The incumbent will be responsible for managing the digital technology work being done at the library. Responsibilities will include: following best practices in digital collection creation and management, managing digitization projects and creating workflows, planning and managing format conversions and migrations; creating innovative and flexible solutions that meet the needs of the St. John’s College community, and seeking grant funding for digital initiatives. The incumbent will work in conjunction with the Associate Library Director and the Library Director on digitization projects.

The Manager, Technical Services and Digital Technology is responsible for systems administration, including management of library technology by coordinating the development, implementation and maintenance of the library’s technology, and keeping the library current and staff informed. This involves: leading in the evaluation, implementation and innovative use of technologies, including the implementation and management of the integrated library system (ILS); serving as a liaison with ITS Office staff in maintaining the library’s ILS and other related systems; suggesting suitable applications to improve library services; providing expertise and developing strategies for systems administration of digital records and commercial electronic resources through the online catalog and other discovery interfaces; collaborating with staff to develop recommendations for policies, procedures, workflows and practices that make effective use of various systems’ capabilities; problem-solving and trouble-shooting for the ILS and other databases.

The incumbent will: perform original and copy cataloging in OCLC and the ILS for all types of library materials in accordance with accepted national standards using AACR2 and MARC codes and tags, LC classification and subject headings, RDA, metadata, Dublin Core, and other relevant standards; import name and subject authority records into the ILS; evaluate, test, and load commercial bibliographic records into the online catalog; ensure accuracy and quality of bibliographic and item record information for all materials.

The Manager, Technical Services and Digital Technology is also responsible for: managing materials and processes for items sent out to commercial bindery; repair and basic preservation activities; working with Circulation Assistant to ensure that sufficient stock of technical services supplies are available when needed; creating, maintaining, and updating appropriate procedure manuals. The incumbent will serve as the emergency building coordinator.

In all areas of responsibility: works independently yet shows good judgment in keeping the Library Director informed of developments outside the regular routines; keeps abreast of current trends and practices; engages in professional development activities including listservs, meetings, training sessions, and conferences; respects the confidentiality of patron requests and records and follows the current ALA Code of Ethics; prepares and submits various monthly, quarterly, and annual reports, and gathers statistics on technical services activities for various reports and surveys; contributes to library decision-making; is good office citizen (i.e. keeps work and break areas clean, responds to email and requests promptly, has a positive attitude, and respects the feelings and needs of co-workers).

Position: Knowledge Manager
Location: WilmerHale, Washington, DC

Full vacancy announcement available on AALL Career Center.

Job Description
WilmerHale is a leading, full-service international law firm with 1,000 lawyers located throughout 12 offices in the United States, Europe and Asia. Our lawyers work at the intersection of government, technology and business, and we remain committed to our guiding principles of providing quality, outstanding legal and client services; developing diversity among our lawyers and staff and fostering an environment that promotes an ambitious spirit, teamwork and collegiality by drawing on the exceptional talents and dynamic experience of our lawyers. Our goal is to reflect the diversity of our clients and the communities in which we practice.

JOB SUMMARY

Reporting to the Director, Programs and Planning, you will join a team of knowledge professionals within the IS Programs and Planning group, responsible for driving the Firm’s knowledge management activities. The Knowledge Management (KM) team, in cooperation other IS groups, works with the legal practices to develop and execute methods for effective knowledge sharing, efficient matter execution and value-added collaboration throughout the Firm. The KM team implements and supports processes and systems for capturing, organizing, and making accessible and actionable the knowledge assets of the Firm.

As part of the team, you will support KM technologies, and lead operational tasks associated with maintaining the content in those systems, including using document automation, Artificial Intelligence powered contract analysis, search and other technologies where appropriate. You will help drive awareness and adoption of knowledge-sharing resources and identify innovative methods for the Practice to leverage enterprise knowledge, expertise and technology for superior and efficient client service.

The Knowledge Manager assists with proactively supporting firm-wide client service initiatives. The Knowledge Manager provides quality service to internal members/departments of the Firm and external clients and vendors by displaying professionalism via electronic and print correspondence, over the telephone and in-person and by encouraging an atmosphere that rewards a “can do” attitude.

Position: Administrative Librarian
Location: African and Middle Eastern Division, General and International Collections Directorate, Library Services, Library of Congress, Washington, DC
Salary: $126,148 to $189,600 per year

Full vacancy announcement available on USAJOBS.

Summary
This position is located in the African and Middle Eastern Division, General and International Collections Directorate, Library Services.

We encourage qualified applicants from a variety of library, scholarly, academic, and information science backgrounds, with expertise in the appropriate regions, languages, and collections, to apply for this opportunity to support the Library’s strategy and to establish the program as a center of excellence in area studies.

Responsibilities
The African and Middle East Division Chief is the Library’s principal expert/specialist in matters dealing with the countries, languages and regions covered by that division. The Chief has full professional responsibility for coordinating activities of the Library related to that geographic area, and for directing the development and maintenance of the Library’s collections pertaining to these regions, including the integration of digital technology, and facilitating the effective use of these collections by scholars, researchers, and others worldwide. The Chief formulates the vision, establishes the mission and goals, determines objectives, directs the staff and resources, and evaluates overall performance of the division. He/she sets policies for, administers, and supervises division staff, programs, services, and activities. The Chief is responsible for cultivating relations with potential donors, securing funds for new initiatives, acquiring new collections, and establishing new services. The Chief provides national leadership in the fields of knowledge and information as they relate to the division’s geographic responsibility and represents the library at national and international meetings, events and programs, especially those related to the division’s regions and countries.

Has overall responsibility for the oversight and administration of an entire department or a highly complex program within the department or agency, including responsibility for collections and research at the highest national level.

Plans, leads, and manages the division’s collections, resources, services, and programs to assure that the division is a major contributor to national information, knowledge, and understanding of the relevant countries and regions in all of their variety and diversity. Provides direction and leadership for the Library in response to the rapid changes in foreign societies, in information flows from and about the regions covered by the division, and in emerging research agendas related to the division’s area of responsibility. Maintains a comprehensive knowledge of these countries and regions and of the scholarly resources and collections necessary for the study of the region, with in-depth knowledge in at least one related discipline/area.

Constantly evaluates the Library’s holdings in this area and seeks to acquire new collections as they become available. Identifies sources for new collections and information resources, secures outside funding, cultivates relationships with potential donors, and continuously seeks to improve the quality of the Library’s collections and access to information in the division’s area of responsibility.

Maintains personal authority and credibility in research/library communities based on a solid record of publications and professional accomplishments. Provides national and international leadership in accomplishing the division’s mission, which includes leadership within the Library and among research libraries in the U.S. and abroad.

Applies cross-disciplinary approach to achieve integrated solutions applicable across the foreign area divisions for the Library’s long-term digital content life cycle management. Ensures smooth, rational, and appropriate relationships between print and digital collections under the custody of the division.

Recommends strategies for integrating digital content, preservation and services into the Library’s existing policy, procedures, work flow, and organizational framework for print collections. Assures implementation of collection development policies and procedures for traditional print collections and for digital content resources, working toward the integration of all collections and services. Develops digital collections and digital access approaches, often in collaboration with colleagues inside and outside the institution. Manages custodial responsibilities for print and digital collections, including balancing systematic analysis, evaluation, and direction with operational requirements and work flow considerations.

Develops policies for the acquisition of important collections to ensure that the Library’s collections meet the needs of scholars, researchers and all other patrons. Policies involve matters relating to the conduct of initial solicitations and negotiations with prospective donors, appraisal of collections, conversion of materials on deposit to gifts, restrictions on use, conditions of use, and security of the collections. Negotiates with prospective donors who are prominent in the field. Directs staff engaged in these activities.

The position description number for this position is 058866.

This is a supervisory, non-bargaining unit position.

Position: Librarian (Law-Legal Research Analyst)
Location: Law Library, Washington, DC
Salary: $68,036 to $88,450 per year

Full vacancy announcement available on USAJOBS.

Summary
The Legal Research Analyst works under the broad supervision of managers from divisions within the Law Library (1) analyzing legal materials; (2) responding orally and in writing to inquiries requiring proficient skills in conducting legal and legislative research involving the law of particular jurisdictions and international law; and (3) communicating with Law Library users and staff by assisting in their research work and preparing Law Library work products for publishing and distribution.

Responsibilities
Fluency in English, working proficiency in at least one foreign language.

To successfully perform the duties of this position, the incumbent must (1) demonstrate the ability to apply accepted research techniques and utilize broad knowledge in applying domestic and international legal and legislative principles and concepts; (2) possess expert proficiency in analyzing global legal issues and preparing informative documents using legal and research materials in foreign languages; and (3) have proficient oral and written communications skills to maintain efficient and effective collaboration with staff and present complex legal principles, concepts, and issues to culturally and educationally diverse audiences.

Contributes to ongoing legal research projects, publications, presentations, and legal
bibliographic materials, and participates in producing the Law Library’s research work in digital and analogous formats. Uses skills, software applications and tools to prepare, edit, and finalize products for publishing or transmission, adhering to the Law Library’s technical and editorial standards.

Provides research support and assistance to staff. Collaborates with others on designing,
developing, and maintaining authoring and publishing programs, assists with development and production of the Law Library’s online products and publications, performs web page content control functions, and communicates with Law Library authors concerning work products.

Assists in surveying Law Library’s collection for areas of specialization or assigned jurisdictions. Prepares indexes of a wide variety of legal documents, and supports metadata development for LLC products.

Prepares metadata for Law Library products according to established guidelines. Participates in developing the Law Library’s controlled vocabulary affecting searching capabilities involving basic legal principles and concepts, identifying key words and phrases and ensuring that terms with possible multiple meanings are clarified.

Applying Law Library standards and a broad knowledge of legal and legislative principles and concepts, prepares concise and informative summaries of laws, treaties, regulations, court decisions, and other legal documents.

Plans, coordinates and participates in briefings, presentations, and other educational programs conducted by the Law Library. Translates legal documents from English to a foreign language or from a foreign language to English.

Conducts research in limited segments of specialized or technical research projects for Law Library clients resulting in written or oral reports, memoranda, letters, annotated bibliographies, research guides, brochures, infographics, and other publications. The research may require using standard reference tools and applying techniques and practices that have gaps in specificity requiring some interpretation to cover new or evolving subject matter. Assignments involve dealing with legal research problems, questions, or situations within assigned jurisdictions.

May convey findings through written and oral reports, abstracts, summaries, charts, graphs, or other products. Requests typically require some analysis on the part of the analyst to determine the specific research area and the types of information that will most directly meet the requester’s needs. Searches internal and external legal information and government databases. Develops search techniques and files for handling requests for legal information. Reviews information obtained in response to an inquiry for its relevance to the inquiry. Identifies and examines publications, electronic resources, and trends in applicable fields of law and assists with collection development.

Provides legal and legislative reference services involving legal issues for an educationally and culturally diverse clientele, including Members of Congress, the judiciary, government agencies, foreign governments, scholars, academics, the practicing bar, the press and the general public.

Assists Law Library clients in adapting and modifying research methods and techniques.
Analyzes specialized or technical information from a wide variety of sources in English and foreign languages when responding to basic questions for legal and legislative information.

Draws upon broad knowledge of legal and legislative print and electronic collections when preparing responses. Prepares written responses to inquiries requiring a tailored response. Prepares finding aids and related written products describing research methodologies.

Seven Positions: Maryland & Washington D.C.

Position: Resident Librarian
Location: Albert S. Cook — Towson University, Towson, MD

Full vacancy announcement is available on the CUA SLIS blog.

This three-year Library Residency program is designed to provide an early-career librarian from an underrepresented group the opportunity for rapid professional growth while bringing new perspectives and fresh ideas to Towson University Libraries. The first two years of the program will be dedicated to orientation to the profession of academic librarianship and development of projects and experience in departments throughout the library including Research and Instruction, Content Management, Special Collections & University Archives, Library Information Technology, Library Advancement and Assessment, and Access Services. In the final year of the program the Resident will specialize in their chosen area(s) and work on a capstone project suited to their professional interests and to the needs of the library. A goal of this project is for the Resident, working independently or with a mentor, to develop, complete, and report research or creative work at a conference or as a publication. The Resident will serve on library and university committees and participate in professional organizations.  The Resident Librarian will benefit from formal and informal mentorship, funding and encouragement of professional development, and a focus on career planning. Towson University Libraries Residency program is part of the Association of College and Research Libraries (ACRL) Diversity Alliance.

Position: Research & Instruction Librarian for Arts & Communication
Location: Albert S. Cook Library — Towson University, Towson, MD

Full vacancy announcement is available on the CUA SLIS blog.

The Albert S. Cook Library seeks an early career librarian to serve as a research and instruction librarian and as liaison and subject specialist to the departments of Art and Design, Art History, Art Education, Communication Studies, and related disciplines as assigned.  Plans and teaches information literacy in liaison areas and other disciplines. This position is a 12-month faculty status position.  Librarians are expected to progress successfully along the promotion and permanent status track and participate fully as members of the library faculty. Rank is determined by qualifications at time of appointment. MLS or equivalent from an ALA-accredited institution required. Review of applicants will begin immediately and continue until the position is filled.

Position: Learning Technologies Librarian
Location: Albert S. Cook Library — Towson University, Towson, MD

Full vacancy announcement is available on the CUA SLIS blog.

The Albert S. Cook Library seeks an early career librarian with responsibility for providing leadership and direction for the Research & Instruction department’s digital services and technology initiatives and applying innovative solutions to information resources and services.  Serves as liaison and subject specialist to the department of Educational Technology and Literacy and related disciplines as assigned. This position is a 12-month faculty status position.  Librarians are expected to progress successfully along the promotion and permanent status track and participate fully as members of the library faculty. Rank is determined by qualifications at time of appointment. MLS or equivalent from an ALA-accredited institution required. Review of applicants will begin immediately and continue until the position is filled.

Position: Electronic Resources & Discovery Librarian
Location: Albert S. Cook Library — Towson University, Towson, MD

Full vacancy announcement is available on the CUA SLIS blog.

Towson University’s Albert S. Cook Library seeks a dynamic and innovative individual to serve as the Electronic Resources & Discovery Librarian. This position will provide leadership and expertise in integrating, organizing and managing the library’s electronic resources and assist the Assistant University Librarian (AUL) for Content Management with all aspects of the life cycle of e-resources, including purchasing, licensing, access, and maintenance of all electronic materials.  The Electronic Resources & Discovery Librarian will work cooperatively with units across the library to ensure that the library’s subscription databases, e-journals and e-books are discoverable and accessible by patrons.  The successful candidate would serve as a liaison and subject specialist to department(s) and related disciplines as assigned; plan and teach information literacy in liaison area and other disciplines; design and implement library initiatives to support student success and retention; and participate in library assessment initiatives.  This faculty librarian will maintain an active research program focused on the role, impact, dynamics, and trends of electronic and digital resources in higher education and academic libraries.
This position is a 12-month faculty status position. Librarians are expected to progress successfully along the promotion and permanent status track and participate fully as members of the library faculty. Rank is determined by qualifications at time of appointment.

Position: Manager of Biomedical Applications Integration and the Identity Management Process
Location: Dahlgren Memorial Library — Georgetown University Medical Center, Washington, D.C.

Full vacancy announcement is available on the CUA SLIS blog.

Dahlgren Memorial Library (DML)  acquires, organizes, and provides access to information services and resources in support of the mission of the University and GUMC, and consults and collaborates with GUMC faculty, staff, and students to integrate information resources and technologies into teaching, learning, research, patient care, and service.

The Manager of Biomedical Applications Integration and the Identity Management Process is the in-house technical expert for all of the Dahlgren Memorial Library [DML] applications in support of the research, education and patient care missions of DML & GUMC. Reporting to the Assistant Dean for Resources & Access Management, this position has duties that include but are not limited to:

  • Administering the DML Cybertools Integrated Library system (the only library system created specifically for health sciences libraries) inclusive of patron data maintenance and data loads, reporting, and system wide updates.
  • Supporting health and life sciences resource 24/7/365 access and identity management by coordinating communications with the OpenAthens vendor, identifying, managing  and troubleshooting access issues between DML, OpenAthens, resource vendors, UIS and patrons
  • Serving as primary liaison between DML, GU UIS, and MedStar / MGUH IT representatives, including support of library resources added into the Electronic Health Record according to established standards
  • Integrating knowledge resources and identity management for GUMC initiatives towards open science,  data management and clinical partnerships
  • Performing  second level support for remote access issues for a wide spread, geographically diverse user community
  • Maintaining functionality and content of the DML  web site with a focus on the time sensitive needs of the biomedical researcher and ADA compliance with guidance from and in collaboration with the Web Team and DML Senior Management.
  • Managing constant, on-going interoperability between library applications and other systems & services [3M, OCLC, WRLC, Illiad client software etc.]
  • Supervising continuing efforts to “brand” DML purchased resources to maximize user support
  • Running routine and pop-up analytical reports for use by DML senior management & external parties in GUMC
  • Representing and supporting DML interest in consortial and collaborative library endeavors
  • Providing guidance on best practices for health sciences resource meta-data obtained from and provided to resource vendors.
  • Exploring new library technologies and making recommendations for further investigation and potential acquisition in support of the medical and research community
  • Troubleshooting unique systems, hardware and software issues, client upgrades and migrations for library staff computing
  • Coordinating oversight, management and inventory of the 80+ public computers and printers in DML – a highly visible and highly utilized resource for the GUMC community located in the BioMedical & Academic Computing Center [BACC] Laboratory and the BACC Classroom.  This includes management of the BACC Squad students – 10 students trained to assist users with utilization of the library computers including specialized biomedical and statistical software.
  • Investigating security issues with publishers, OpenAthens and UIS, and MedStar Georgetown University Hospital (MGUH) IT department as needed.
  • Providing backend support for tools on the Springshare platform, namely LibGuides, LibCal and LibAnalytics.
  • Promoting library resources and services to GUMC schools and departments.
  • Providing information on relevant library acquisitions, services, resources, and news through participation in the DML library liaison program.
  • Providing reference, curricular and research support through individual/group consultation and team collaboration including instruction of students in workshops, orientations and required courses in the School of Medicine pre-clinical longitudinal curriculum on ad-hoc basis.

Requirements

  • Library Science, Information Science, Computer Science or other relevant Masters Degree from an accredited institution
  • Significant experience in managing and integrating systems, applications and data for a library or similar organization.
  • Evidence of excellent oral and written skills; ability to communicate clearly and effectively and work well with diverse members of an academic medical center community, including co-workers.
  • Demonstrated understanding of client/server environments, information standards, data and web applications.
  • Strong service orientation. Willingness to learn new skills and quickly adapt to changes in technology and the academic environment.
  • Commitment to accuracy and attention to detail; excellent organizational and project management skills; ability to work in a fast-paced, team environment. 

Preferred Qualifications

  • Experience supporting the research, teaching and clinical efforts of an academic health and life science community.
  • Supervisory experience.
  • Web site management and API programming skills
  • Knowledge of library/information integration into EMR/HER [Electronic Medical Records / Health Records] a strong plus.
  • Extensive experience with ILS management and authentication
  • Advanced knowledge of system and data standards in a library or university setting.
  • AHIP [Academy of Health Information Professionals] accreditation; expected to pursue accreditation once hired.

Review of applications will begin immediately and continue until the position is filled. Preliminary phone interviews will result in 2-5 candidates invited for on-site interviews until the position is filled.

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Position: Metadata and Cataloging Librarian (Knowledge Analyst) – Research & Statistics
Location: Federal Reserve Board, Washington, D.C.

Full vacancy announcement is available on the ALA JobLIST.

The Federal Reserve Board is the central bank of the United States, and its mission is to provide the nation with a safer, more flexible, and more stable monetary and financial system. As a Federal Reserve staff member, you will play an important role in accomplishing this mission. The Research Library, with a full-time staff of 16 librarians and 2 technicians, offers a full array of desktop and customized library services to the approximately 2,700 staff members at the Board.

The Knowledge Analyst participates in technical operations in the area of data and information acquisition, management, analysis or dissemination. The analyst provides analytical support to economists and other professionals at the Board and in the System. The support includes research and data services, information analysis, and contributions to the design and maintenance of metadata and knowledge management solutions.

The Research Library at the Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System is seeking an experienced Metadata Librarian (within the Knowledge Analyst job family).

The Metadata Librarian leads efforts to manage metadata necessary for the discovery, access, and stewardship of varied information collections and data resources that support the Federal Reserve Board’s mission. The librarian is responsible for the creation and management of descriptive metadata in multiple databases for diverse materials, including traditional print, serials, online resources, and datasets. As the subject matter expert, the incumbent will apply their in-depth knowledge of relevant standards, rules, and best practices to the creation, analysis, enrichment, normalization, and maintenance of metadata. The librarian will also use their metadata expertise to aid in collaborative, team-based efforts in the Research Library and throughout the Board to develop innovative discovery tools, further workflow automation, enrich the Board’s Subject Taxonomy, and enhance the institutional repository of Board research.

The responsibilities and duties will include:

  • Providing subject matter expertise on library and metadata standards and authority control, recommending policies, developing processes and best practices, creating documentation, and keeping abreast of national and international developments in metadata standards, technologies, trends, and techniques
  • Original and complex copy cataloging and authority control for a variety of materials, including monographs, serials, news, and data assets, in accordance with current standards and rules such as RDA, LCSH, LCC, MARC, NACO authority rules
  • Ensuring an accurate inventory of print, serials, electronic resources, and data holdings
  • Metadata quality control, cleanup, editing, enhancement, migration, and mapping, using tools such as the ILS’s native headings reports, MarcEdit, and/or OpenRefine, and use of regular expressions and SQL queries
  • Overseeing copy cataloging and physical processing workflow
  • Collaboration with colleagues in serials (including holdings and check-ins), dataset cataloging (including documenting legal terms of use), and ILS administration
  • Management of ERM (electronic resources module) coverage loads to support discoverability
  • Assistance with development of the Board’s taxonomy, institutional repository, data inventories, and other innovative tools to enhance discovery and automate workflows
  • Participation as a member of various teams, including Collection Management, Technology, and Taxonomy and Metadata Teams
  • Liaison work with external groups at the Board and in the larger Federal Reserve System, especially regarding data assets
  • If necessary, assistance in managing vendor services and relationships
  • Creation of the monthly recent acquisitions list

Requirements
Required:

  • MLS/MLIS from an ALA-accredited institution
  • Ability to solve problems independently or collaboratively, using sound judgment and analytical skills; ability to meet deadlines; excellent service-orientation; strong written and oral communication skills
  • Full-time experience in library systems, cataloging, and authority work, in a variety of formats, including monographs, electronic resources, serials, and, if possible, data assets
  • Mastery of original and complex copy cataloging standards and practices, such as MARC21, Dublin Core, FRBR, FRAD, RDA, AACR2-R, LCRI/LCPSs, LCSH, and LC classification schedules
  • Expertise in multiple types of metadata, including descriptive, structural, technical, and operational
  • Experience with metadata quality control, including use of automated routines for metadata maintenance
  • Experience working with library systems and metadata tools, including: integrated library systems (ILS); OCLC Connexion; LC’s Cataloger’s Desktop and Class Web; MarcEdit, OpenRefine; RDA Toolkit
  • Familiarity with emerging standards and information technologies in the metadata and electronic resources management area
  • Knowledge of XML and linked data technologies (e.g., XSLT, RDF, OWL, SPARQL, BIBFRAME)
  • Experience analyzing and remediating existing metadata to meet current standards
  • Basic programming skills

Desired:

  • Experience with institutional repository systems (e.g., OCLC CONTENTdm, Fedora, Omeka, DSpace, Dataverse, or comparable products)
  • Experience cataloging data assets
  • Familiarity with taxonomy development
  • SharePoint experience
  • Experience collecting and analyzing metrics for library services
  • Knowledge of economics, finance, and business
  • Knowledge of project management principles

Position: Librarian (Law)
Location: Department of Justice Offices, Boards, and Divisions, Washington, D.C.
Salary: $56,233 to $126,062 per year

Full vacancy announcement available on USAJOBS.

Summary
Library Staff is seeking to hire a highly qualified Librarian for one of their library locations to assist in meeting the informational needs of the attorneys within Department of Justice (DOJ). The DOJ Library System provides a complete range of library and related information services to DOJ employees within the various DOJ Offices, Boards, and Divisions (OBDs).

Responsibilities

  • Provide reference and research services to Library users.
  • Serve as librarian liaison in communicating with library patrons, library staff, other national libraries, library and information centers, experts in government agencies, associations, the private sector, and/or research groups.
  • Provide legal and non-legal reference and research services tailored to meet researchers’ specific needs, including in-depth searching to assess information and program requirements.
  • Provide presentations, training, and education; Promote library services, programs, and materials;
  • Develop and maintains Web-based subject guides.
  • Develop special reports, bibliographies, and other publications.
  • Provide guidance to library patrons on how to access information resources, including books, multimedia recordings, archival materials, electronic database information, digital materials, electronic journals, and bibliographic citations.
  • Search and locate information from a variety of sources and electronic databases;
  • Assist in selecting and maintaining library collections (legal and non-legal), in print and electronic formats; and Assemble usage statistics and other library metrics.
  • Responsibilities will increase and assignments will become more complex as your training and experience progresses.

Four Positions: Maryland

Circulation Manager II
Location: Reistertown Branch, Baltimore County Public Library
Salary range: $39,190-$60,736

Full vacancy announcement is available on the CUA SLIS blog.

Job Summary:
– Takes an active role in recruiting, training, supervising and evaluating circulation staff.
– Accurately assesses staff abilities.
– Develops staff strengths and coaches to improve performance.
– Works in collaboration with the Branch Manager to set performance expectations and customer service goals for circulation staff.
– Mentors, develops and works closely with the Assistant Circulation Manager.
– Works in collaboration with the management team to ensure that high quality customer service is delivered to customers.
– Assists customers at public service desk and resolves complex customer account transactions.
– Works with other in-charge staff to address time-sensitive security and facilities issues.
– Models continuous learning and encourages and supports continuous staff development.
– Generates and submits reports to Fiscal Services, Human Resources and Administrative Offices.
– Assists in monitoring the work of contractual staff.
– Actively supports teamwork and the policies and values of the Baltimore County Public Library.
– Performs all essential circulation staff functions as determined by branch and system needs.
– Demonstrates BCPL’s Workplace Competencies and proficiency in Core Services.

Position: Part-Time Substitute Reference Librarian
Location: Loyola Notre Dame Library, Baltimore, MD

Full vacancy announcement is available on the CUA SLIS blog.

The Loyola Notre Dame Library is seeking a part-time substitute Reference Librarian. This individual will work on an as-needed basis, primarily during evening and weekend shifts, under the direction of the Information Literacy Coordinator/PR Librarian. This position is scheduled to work no more than 19.5 hours per week.

Duties and Responsibilities:

Staffs the research/information desk; responds to faculty, student, and staff requests for information in person, via phone, email, or chat.
Assists faculty and students in finding materials and information using print and non-print sources with the online catalog, databases, related software and internet use.
Provides excellent customer service to patrons and establishes good working relationships with colleagues, students and faculty.
Assists Access Services staff with patrons as needed.
Performs other duties as assigned.

Position: Collection Development Librarian
Location: Library Headquarters, Anne Arundel County Public Library
Salary range: $53,523 – $94,458

Full vacancy announcement is available on the CUA SLIS blog.

Minimum Requirements:
Possession of a Master’s Degree in Library Science from an American Library Association-accredited program plus three years professional-level library experience in collection development including one year supervisory responsibility.

Responsibilities:
Planning and carrying out activities related to system-wide materials selection and to the overall management of the system’s print and media collections. Administrative work such as reporting and recordkeeping, participating in formulating and executing goals and objectives, and participating in tasks and projects with other members of the Support Services Department.

Preferred Requirements:

Experience identifying, evaluating and selecting materials for children, young adults, or adults in a variety of formats for a diverse community.

  • Comprehensive knowledge of literature and films for children, young adults, or adults.
  • Strong computer skills; including the analysis of data sets and familiarity with Acquisitions module of an integrated library system.

Necessary Special Requirements: Ability to secure certification as a Professional Public Librarian in the State of Maryland within 120 days following appointment; ability to meet re-certification requirements by completing 90 contact hours of continuing education every 5 years.

Children’s Services Supervisor
Location: Brunswick Community Library, Frederick County Public Libraries
Salary: $47,688.00 – $57,225.00

Full vacancy announcement is available on the CUA SLIS blog.

Exempt; full-time; 40 hours per week (varied workdays and hours within the FCPL operating schedule); full benefits; position is subject to system-wide reassignment

This professional management position assures that children, their families, and caregivers experience the joy of reading in a friendly, creative, and dynamic Children’s Department at the Brunswick Community Library.  Supervision is given to professional and paraprofessional Children’s Services staff; supervision is received from the Branch Administrator.

Essential Duties and Job Responsibilities

  • Manage all operations of the Children’s Department
  • Assign responsibilities, direct, evaluate and provide leadership to Children’s Services staff
  • Provide specialized reference and research service related to children
  • Initiate new and original initiatives for Children’s programming and services and provide leadership to staff for the same
  • Build relationships and partnerships with community organizations, businesses, and leaders for financial and advocacy support
  • Write grants to obtain additional funding support for special projects
  • Develop and deliver age-appropriate programs, workshops and training to support patron needs
  • Market children’s collections and services through traditional methods and social media
  • Develop, recommend and monitor the services, policies and procedures of Children’s Services working with other Children’s Services Supervisors and in collaboration with the Youth Services Manager
  • Develop strategic directions for the Children’s Department in alignment with FCPL strategic plan
  • Lead or participate in system-wide planning for Children’s Services or any other area as assigned
  • Develop and present Children’s Services training to FCPL staff
  • Provide reference, information and readers advisory services to patrons of varied ages, abilities and skill levels
  • Manage departmental scheduling and statistics; compile and prepare reports, data and other written work
  • Keep abreast and implement use of current technologies to enhance personal and branch efficiency as well as patron services
  • Understand, support and interpret departmental, FCPL and systems policies and procedures to staff and the general public
  • As needed, serve as Librarian-in-charge
  • Serve on Branch Management Team including representing interests of Children’s Services
  • Actively support the values of Frederick County Public Libraries
  • Represent the Library on internal and external committees and in meetings relating to children’s services; participate on system-wide and branch teams
  • Actively participate in local, state and national library associations; attend seminars, workshops and continuing education activities; maintain professional affiliations to keep abreast of current and emerging trends, innovation, technology, services, early literacy, spaces and other related areas of library planning and services
  • Perform other related duties as required

 

Two Positions-Maryland & Virginia

Position: Chief, Neighborhood Library Services
Location: Central Library, Enoch Pratt Free Library, Baltimore, MD
Salary: $80,735.00/Year

Full vacancy announcement available on ALA Joblist.

Description
The Chief of Neighborhood Library Services (NLS) is a member of the Library Leadership Team and, under general direction from the CEO, provides leadership, oversight and management of the Neighborhood Libraries Services Division. This division is comprised of twenty one branch libraries; four district managers; 18 branch managers and an executive assistant. The NLS offices will be located in the newly renovated State Library Resource Center/ Central Library in downtown Baltimore.

Baltimore is a diverse city, made up of distinct neighborhoods with very specific needs. The Enoch Pratt Free Library (EPFL) provides services to all of these communities through a variety of innovative services. EPFL’s mission is “to provide equal access to information, services, and opportunities that empower, enrich, and enhance the quality of life for all.” The Library values diversity and equity, and recognizes the importance of these to Baltimore. In keeping with these values, NLS is reflective of these values and responsive to identified community needs. Its Chief must be community-oriented; energized by innovation and calculated risk-taking; responsive to community needs and proactive in making connections with organizations and groups that support and comprise Baltimore’s communities. Additionally, the Chief should be an empowering force for the District and Library Managers, while simultaneously communicating and upholding Leadership decisions.

The ideal candidate is a big picture thinker with outstanding leadership and management skills who will bring new and fresh ideas to a changing organization. Excellent communication and presentation skills are essential. Experience in developing new and responsive models of service in an urban library setting is required. Preparation and management of the division’s operating budget and standard operating procedures are also required.

The Chief of Neighborhood Library Services has a passion for serving people and a customer service orientation that fosters internal and external customer service and workplace excellence. A demonstrated commitment to equity, diversity and inclusion is needed.

The preferred candidate has a knowledge of and experience with development and implementation of policy and/or standard operating procedures; experience with successful evaluation, measurement and accountability practices.

Position: Content Strategy Officer
Location: George Mason University, Fairfax, VA

Full vacancy announcement available on ALA Joblist.

The George Mason University Libraries seeks an innovative, collaborative, service oriented and forward-focused leader for its newly configured Content Strategy unit. Reporting to the Associate University Librarian for Learning, Research, and Engagement, the Content Strategy Officer (CSO) provides leadership in the broadly defined area of research materials content and collection strategies. While directly supervising a small team of two high-level classified staff and a graduate research assistant, the incumbent will guide and coordinate the selection and collection development responsibilities of 20 subject specialist librarians (who are organized in three disciplinary teams and spread across three campuses) as well as those of another dozen staff with selection responsibilities. Additionally, the position serves as the primary content and collections contact with VIVA (Virtual Library of Virginia), WRLC (Washington Research Libraries Consortium), and ASERL (Association of Southeastern Research Libraries).

George Mason University has a strong institutional commitment to the achievement of excellence and diversity among its faculty and staff, and strongly encourages candidates to apply who will enrich Mason’s academic and culturally inclusive environment. The CSO will take a prominent role, working closely with the Head, Resource Acquisition and in collaboration with not only the AUL for LRE but also with other key library leaders and managers with research collections responsibilities to strengthen existing models of content provision as well as explore and develop new approaches for providing research content to the George Mason University scholarly community.

Responsibilities:
The Content Strategy Officer’s primary role is to direct, coordinate and assess the Libraries’ overall content strategy (including the identification and selection of scientific and scholarly research materials) as it relates to the Libraries’ research collections, whether owned, subscribed to, shared, open, accessed or otherwise made available to the George Mason University scholarly community.

Four Positions: Maryland & Washington D.C.

Position: Corporate Records Management Specialist
Location: Maryland-National Capital Park and Planning Commission (M-NCPPC), Silver Spring MD

Full vacancy announcement is available on the CUA SLIS blog.

The Maryland-National Capital Park and Planning Commission (M-NCPPC) is a State-chartered agency operating within Montgomery and Prince George’s Counties. It is a nationally-recognized and award-winning agency providing land use planning; stewardship for natural, cultural and historic resources; and delivery of recreation programs to the communities it serves.  Additional information on the agency can be found at www.mncppc.org.

The agency is seeking a Corporate Records Management Specialist within the Corporate Records Program (Division of Corporate Policy and Management Operations). This position will assist in implementing and monitoring the agency’s records management program under the supervision of the Records Management Program Administrator.  The successful candidate must have a positive attitude; and, be motivated, enthusiastic, willing to learn, and able to work as a member of a team.  Experience should include knowledge of records management theory and practice.

Examples of Important Duties

  • Assists with day-to-day operations of the Records Center & Archives facility, which includes: coordinating records transfers; assisting with research requests; preparing records for destruction, performing data entry; digitizing records; and, conducting inventory reviews.
  • Assists with drafting internal operating procedures, forms, and guidance documentation to meet program needs.
  • Works to ensure agency and program compliance with applicable State regulations. This includes assisting with regular updates to the agency’s records retention schedule; drafting and submitting records destruction certificates; and, transferring records to State custody.
  • Conducts pick-up and/or delivery of records to agency offices via the use of agency vehicle. Often moves large quantities of heavy record boxes. Assigns inventory locations and logs data into records management system.
  • Conducts training and outreach to agency offices on records management practices and related topics.
  • Provides limited supervision and guidance to technical staff on records or archival projects and general operations.

PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS:

  • Master’s Degree in Museum Studies, Library and Information Science, Archives, Records Management or History is highly desired.
  • Strong command of archival theory and best practices including planning and managing a records or archives program.
  • Experience with records/document management systems.
  • Knowledge of electronic records issues, systems analysis, systems development concepts and data storage methods, media, and security.
  • Knowledge of the technical requirements for digital preservation, including hardware, software, metadata schema and file formats.
  • Proficiency with Microsoft Office applications.
  • Strong analytical, communications and customer service skills.

Minimum Qualifications

1. Bachelor’s Degree in Archives/Records Management, Library and Information Science, Museum Studies, History or any related field.
2. Two (2) years of experience in records management that includes substantive work in the range of duties and responsibilities in this class specification.
3. An equivalent combination of education and experience may be substituted, which together total 6 years.
4. Valid driver’s license in accordance with both State and Commission rules and regulations. Driver’s license must be unencumbered by restrictions, revocations, suspensions, or points that could limit the employee’s ability to drive Commission vehicles or perform driving duties required by the position of assignment.
5. Must pass Commission medical examination.

Supplemental Information

Class/Specification Title:  Corporate Records Management Specialist

Working Conditions:   
Works in an office and warehouse setting; may work outdoors briefly on an incidental basis.  Carries or otherwise moves or uses objects weighing up to 49 pounds on own and heavier objects with assistance. May be subject to various job demands such as high volume of work and tight deadlines. This position will require travel to local facilities for records pick-up/delivery, meetings, and presentations as needed.

Position: Business Research Librarian
Location: Eversheds Sutherland (US) LLP, Washington D.C. or Atlanta GA

Full vacancy announcement is available on the CUA SLIS blog.

We have an exciting opportunity for a Business Research Librarian in the Washington, DC or Atlanta, GA office of 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 Business Research Librarian will work with the Firm under the direction of the Director of Research Services to provide business, industry and competitive intelligence research in support of attorneys and the Client Practice and Business Development group (CPD). This position will also support the Legal Research Services team as needed.

Responsibilities and Duties:

• Strategically and proactively identify business opportunities that align with the Firm’s objectives using a creative approach to resources and internal/external data as needed.
• With input from the attorneys and other stakeholders, develop metrics of success around the business opportunity research process, including building a knowledge base of opportunities, capabilities, Firm relationships and experience.
• Develop a deep understanding of Firm capabilities and client intake process in order to proactively match Firm capabilities with events and business relationships that trigger business opportunity for the Firm.
• Provide research on companies, industries, competitors, and individuals as requested by attorneys or members of CPD and synthesize this information into analytical reports, and assist other business research librarians with the same. Fulfill requests including executive biographies, basic company reports, litigation profiles, and conference attendee information.
• Create, monitor and distribute daily news alerts on clients, companies, topics, and trends using appropriate online resources to support attorneys and Business Development Managers.
• Understand existing tools and resources, and assist in the evaluation, differentiation and selection of business and news information resources.
• Provide back-up to the legal reference desk rotation, responding to requests from attorneys and staff on behalf of the department.
• Maintain research statistics for the business research team.
• Additional duties and responsibilities as requested by the Director of Research Services.

Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:

• Master’s Degree in Library or Information Science from an accredited college or university or significant professional business development research or financial analytical experience.
• Seven to ten years in a law firm, corporate library or similar business research role preferred. Experience with online databases including CapitalIQ, D&B Hoovers, and West Monitor Suite.
• This position requires excellent communication skills, both oral and written; excellent interpersonal skills; attention to detail; strong organizational and time management skills; a customer service orientation; tact and professionalism when dealing with clients; and an interest in continued learning and problem solving.
• Computer skills with knowledge of MS Office Suite and proficiency in Word, Excel and Outlook is required. Familiarity with online news, business, legal and industry resources.

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: Senior Research Services Manager
Location: Hogan Lovells, Washington D.C.

Full vacancy announcement is available on the CUA SLIS blog.

Knowledge plays a vital role at Hogan Lovells. The strategic purpose of the Knowledge team is to ensure that all those involved in delivering legal advice to clients have access to the knowledge and information required to deliver a technically excellent, efficient service; to devise new and innovative ways of sharing that knowledge with clients as part of client relationship management; to input knowledge into the firm’s continuous process improvement initiatives around legal service delivery; and to ensure that the firm is harnessing new technology to support those objectives.
The Research Services team forms part of the Knowledge function. The team supports the firm’s excellence in service delivery and quality, and supports the efficiency and effectiveness of our lawyers. The team are always abreast of the latest legal and business news and their experience enables them to add valuable commercial context to research requests.

The Senior Research Services Manager will manage the US Research Services team, reporting to the Head of Global Research Services. The role will work closely with the Senior Research Services (Resources) Manager

  • Lead the implementation of the global Research Services strategy within the US market. Identify and implement opportunities for service development and change within the US service.
    • Working with the Head of Global Research Services, manage and lead the implementation of global processes, tools and technologies within the US service.
    • Maintain a dialogue with lawyers across the US practice to ensure that the service continues to meet practice needs. Ensure the team stays aware of changing business needs and evolves accordingly.
    • Raise awareness of tools across the lawyer community, ensuring the team establish close working relationships with relevant practice area Knowledge Lawyers to promote research tools and services.
    • Work closely with the Senior Research Services (Resources) Manager to ensure effective resource decision-making and Research staff support for trial/pilot, evaluation, training, and marketing of research products to lawyers;
    • Ensure that US Research Services align to the regional knowledge needs, led by the Regional Head of Knowledge, Americas.
    • Stay aware of new products in the research space, working to advance the firm’s innovation in the use of AI legal research tools.
    • Responsibility for the day-to-day management of the US Research team to ensure delivery of: (1) a high value legal and business research enquiry service; (2) a global current awareness service across legal information and regulatory change, competitor and business intelligence; and (3) a range of advanced research skills training on research tools and techniques;
    • Manage the research service provided to our US lawyers; ensure high service standards and efficient work processes across a dispersed team located in Washington DC, New York, Denver, Louisville and Northern Virginia;
    • Set and provide regular performance and service delivery metrics to assure Knowledge and business leadership of quality behaviors, standards and cost-effective service delivery.
    • Manage the Research Services team staff evaluations, recruitment processes, training and development;
    • Assist in the formulation of the annual Research Services budget.
    • All members of the firm are expected to participate in our Global Citizenship program.

QUALIFICATIONS

• Minimum eight (8+) years of law firm library experience in a senior level/managerial capacity;
• Master of Library Science from an ALA accredited school preferred;
• Demonstrated leadership skills and team management/staff supervision abilities;
• An understanding of the legal market and business landscape. Familiarity with emerging technologies and an appreciation for the changing role of research and legal information in the digital age;
• In-depth knowledge of a range of US and international legal and business research databases and resources, their functionality and content; and
• Expert search experience with the ability to advise and coach on research searching strategies.
Competencies
• Strong communication and people management skills with an ability to influence and lead with high energy;
• A true team player. Collaborative, accountable;
• Ability to influence and persuade team members, lawyers, and other key stakeholders to drive innovation and change;
• A strong customer service focus and high client care standards with the ability to lead a high-performing team in a pressured environment;
• Resilient, adaptable, innovative and forward thinking; agile and able to move quickly with the changing needs of the firm;
• A lateral thinker who is resourceful and flexible with an inquiring mind;
• Strong intellectual capacity with the ability to apply new ideas.
• Organized with the ability to juggle and prioritize multiple competing demands.

COMPETENCIES

• Strong communication and people management skills with an ability to influence and lead with high energy;
• A true team player. Collaborative, accountable;
• Ability to influence and persuade team members, lawyers, and other key stakeholders to drive innovation and change;
• A strong customer service focus and high client care standards with the ability to lead a high-performing team in a pressured environment;
• Resilient, adaptable, innovative and forward thinking; agile and able to move quickly with the changing needs of the firm;
• A lateral thinker who is resourceful and flexible with an inquiring mind;
• Strong intellectual capacity with the ability to apply new ideas.
• Organized with the ability to juggle and prioritize multiple competing demands.

HOURS
Core Hours are Monday through Friday, 9:00am to 6:00pm. Must be flexible to work additional hours.
This job description sets forth the authorities and responsibilities of this position and may be changed from time to time as shall be determined.

Hogan Lovells is an Equal Opportunity Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, pregnancy, age, national origin, disability, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, marital status, genetic information or protected Veteran status.

Position: Library Technician
Location: Library of Congress, Washington, DC
Salary: $41,369 to $53,774 per year

Full vacancy announcement available on USAJOBS.

Summary
This position is located in the American Folklife Center, which acquires, organizes, describes, preserves, and makes available for research use a wide variety of multi-format ethnographic materials in both physical and digital formats.

The position description number for this position is 383009

The salary range indicated reflects the locality pay adjustments for the Washington, D.C., Metropolitan area.

The incumbent of this position will work a flextime work schedule.

Responsibilities
Incumbent applies numerous established practices in processing materials, consisting of multi-format ethnographic materials, including digital files, manuscript materials, still images, audio recordings, and moving images. Recognizes various types of material in order to receive. Accession, sort, and arrange collections in different ways (e.g., by format, alphabetic,chronological, geographic, or numeric). Prepares material for use and storage by performing basic filing, archival housing, hand-marking, automated labeling, bar coding, and shelving tasks. Consults about material that is duplicate, extraneous, or in need of evaluation for special preservation treatment.

Performs collection management activities for a variety of material, including pulling and refilling, transferring material to and from off-site storage, keeping stack location guides up to date, preservation stabilization such as replacing worn folders and boxes, relabeling, marking for identification and security, shelf reading, and collection shifting.

Prepares a variety of material for digital and other reformatting by counting items, transporting to duplication service, and reviewing duplicated collection materials for adherence to established quality standards.

Compiles and maintains records of processing activities and completes appropriate forms for statistical reports.

Performs a sequence of detailed routines in searching online databases to identify what physical and digital items are in the division’s care and helps track where they are. Compiles and enters information in automated and manual systems for inventories, container lists, or other kinds of finding aids using box and folder information and other data gathered during processing or provided by senior staff. Prepares preliminary access or inventory records for single items or collections using judgment to apply a substantial number of established procedures of the division to capture call numbers, creator names, titles, dates, and physical description. Searches online and print resources to research and verify information including place names and creator names. Proofs records to ensure accuracy and updates data as needed. Determines the correctness of data within the appropriate fields. Identifies duplicated entries.

Develops and maintains a good working knowledge of library systems and tools.

Other duties as assigned.

Qualifications
Applicants must have had progressively responsible experience and training sufficient in scope and quality to furnish them with an acceptable level of the following knowledge, skills, and abilities to perform the duties of the position without more than normal supervision.

Ability to use a variety of data sources and search tools.

Knowledge of library and archives processes and procedures.**

Knowledge of collection management.**

Ability to plan work and meet deadlines.**

Ability to communicate and interact with others.

Knowledge of folklife, ethnomusicology, history, oral history, and related fields.

Ability to communicate effectively other than in writing.

Four Positions: Maryland

Position: Applications Integration Developer
Location: Washington Research Library Consortium, Bowie, MD

Full vacancy announcement available on ALA Joblist.

We are looking for a smart creative applications developer/integrator to deliver software and services to our partners using modern tools and practices.

JOB TITLE: Applications Integration Developer

SUMMARY: The Washington Research Library Consortium (WRLC) is a collaborative partnership with nine universities (American University, The Catholic University of America, Gallaudet University, George Mason University, The George Washington University, Georgetown University, Howard University, Marymount University, and The University of the District of Columbia) providing innovative and cost-effective access to shared information resources, services and expertise. The Applications Integration Developer is building, enhancing, integrating and monitoring high availability IT services responsive to the evolving needs of the WRLC partner universities.

The Applications Integration Developer will be using Linux and open source software extensively on a daily basis, including Drupal, Solr, and Fedora Commons to name just a few. We manage these services with expanding use of orchestration tools (eg. Ansible), containers (eg. Docker) and cloud infrastructure (eg. AWS). Much of the position’s work involves integrating applications with the unified library services platform, library data resources, and vendor provided web services.

Position: Resident Librarian
Location: Albert S. Cook Library, Towson University, Towson, MD

Full vacancy announcement is available on the CUA SLIS blog.

This three-year Library Residency program is designed to provide an early-career librarian from an underrepresented group the opportunity for rapid professional growth while bringing new perspectives and fresh ideas to Towson University Libraries. The first two years of the program will be dedicated to orientation to the profession of academic librarianship and development of projects and experience in departments throughout the library including Research and Instruction, Content Management, Special Collections & University Archives, Library Information Technology, Library Advancement and Assessment, and Access Services. In the final year of the program the Resident will specialize in their chosen area(s) and work on a capstone project suited to their professional interests and to the needs of the library. A goal of this project is for the Resident, working independently or with a mentor, to develop, complete, and report research or creative work at a conference or as a publication. The Resident will serve on library and university committees and participate in professional organizations. The Resident Librarian will benefit from formal and informal mentorship, funding and encouragement of professional development, and a focus on career planning. Towson University Libraries Residency program is part of the Association of College and Research Libraries (ACRL) Diversity Alliance.

Position: Research/Instructional Services (RIS) Librarian
Location: Salisbury University, Salisbury, MD

Full vacancy announcement is available on the CUA SLIS blog.

Primary Job Duties: Serve as the librarian liaison to several academic departments. The librarian will be responsible for instruction, collection development, and other support for the liaison departments’ teaching and research-related information needs. Effective and creative instruction is especially important. Participate in providing face-to-face and electronic reference services, including some evening and weekend hours. Cooperate with other librarians in library-wide instructional activities, such as developing activities for and teaching sessions of freshman English classes. Serve on committees and task forces and be active professionally. RIS Librarians at SU also typically assume primary responsibility for coordinating some area of activity, such as scholarly communications, reference desk, instruction, or social media; what that area will be for this position will be a subject for discussion, and training will be provided, as needed.

Position: Library Services Specialist
Location: University of Maryland, College Park, MD
Salary: $38,204- $45,845

Full vacancy announcement is available on the CUA SLIS blog.

Position Summary:
Within a team environment responsible for creating orders for library materials in all formats. Identifies and resolves problems associated with orders and approval plans. Communicates with selectors, vendors and the library community. Promotes a collaborative continuous learning environment within the University of Maryland Libraries.

Minimum Qualification:
Bachelors Degree and one year of experience directly related to the primary duties of the job.
Except for qualifications established by law, additional related experience and formal education in which one has gained the knowledge, skills, and abilities required for full performance of the work of the job class may be substituted for the education or experience requirement on a year-for-year basis with 30 college credits being equivalent to one year of experience.