Managing Librarian

The LA Law Library is currently seeking an innovative and energetic librarian to manage all resource acquisitions operations for the Library's world class collection. Under the general supervision of the Director of Collection Management Services, the Managing Librarian, Serials & Acquisitions is responsible for overseeing the acquisitions, receipt, invoicing, and claiming of materials across the library, and maintains responsibility for fiscal integrity of acquisition and payment processes. This position has overall responsibility for the oversight and disbursement of the Library's $2.5 million acquisitions budget, working closely with the Senior Librarian of Collection & Branches on budget forecasting, administration and analysis, and assists with collection development decisions. The Managing Librarian will oversee a work unit of 3 staff. The Managing Librarian initiates, negotiates and maintains relations with booksellers, subscription agents and content providers, and evaluates their performance. This position requires a dynamic, self-motivated individual who is committed to process improvement and is flexible and forward-thinking.

For a complete list of responsibilities and qualifications for this unique position please review the full job description provided below under “More Information”.

To apply for this position, please submit your cover letter and resume to the “Contact” email address below.

Starts: 3/23/2018
Ends: Until Filled
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More information: Managing Librarian, Serials & Acquisitions


Librarian - Cataloging

Under the general supervision of the Director of Collection Management Services, the Cataloging Librarian is responsible for creating and maintaining a current catalog of the Library’s collection which describes the Library’s holdings and provides accurate access for users.

For a complete list of responsibilities and qualifications for this unique position please review the full job description provided below under “More Information”.

To apply for this position, please submit your cover letter and resume to the “Contact” email address below.

Starts: 3/23/2018
Ends: Until Filled
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Global Law Librarian

LA Law Library is currently seeking an innovative and energetic Global Law Librarian to provide outstanding reference services to LA Law Library patrons. Under the direction of the Director of Patron Services, the Global Law Reference Librarian is primarily responsible for providing foreign and international reference and research service to internal and external customers including the judiciary, government officials, attorneys, scholars, the business community, and the general public. The librarian has primary responsibility for global collection development and with special projects relating to the foreign and international legal materials.

For a complete list of responsibilities and qualifications for this unique position please review the full job description provided below under “More Information”.

To apply for this position, please submit your cover letter and resume to the “Contact” email address below.

Starts: 4/16/2018
Ends: Until Filled
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More information: Global Law Librarian


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