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Library Aide - Circulation

The purpose of this part-time position is to be a direct, initial contact with Library users by professionally providing circulation services; performing other daily operational tasks including document delivery, looseleaf filing, and book shelving; and providing excellent customer service to library users whether in person, via telephone, facsimile, or e-mail.

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: 7/18/2017
Ends: Until Filled
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Library Associate

Under the direction of the Managing Librarian, Public Interest, this position provides planning, implementation, outreach and administrative support for the public interest activities of the department. This position also provides back up and infill coverage at public counters as needed.

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: 6/28/2017
Ends: Until Filled
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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.

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Starts: 12/2/2016
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Database Administrator/Developer

The Database Administrator is responsible for quality control and auditing of databases to ensure accurate and appropriate use and storage of data. Reporting to the IT Project Manager, oversees scan operations both internal and with external partners. Supervises library scan team to assure policies and procedures are followed and a high level or accuracy is maintained. Also provides ongoing assistance in support of daily operation and maintenance of the Microsoft Active Directory services.

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

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Starts: 9/8/2016
Ends: Until Filled
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Cultivating a superior collection. Serving as a gateway to legal information. Facilitating access to legal system. Every day, LA Law Library provides this and much more to the public and legal community of Los Angeles County. With thousands of people accessing its services and resources, LA Law Library continues to a vibrant asset for people located around the globe.

While the Law Library receives much of its funding from the Los Angeles County Superior Court, through filing fees, we rely on support from generous people like you to help fulfill our mission. Your tax deductible gift allows the Law Library to provide critical services to the thousands of people who turn to us each and every day for help - whether they are preparing for a court appearance, searching case law, developing a paper for class or planning to incorporate a new business, the LA Law Library is an invaluable resource for many.

With you and our community in partnership, the Library is committed to providing the highest quality library services. Where else in Los Angeles can your gift make such a difference in the lives of so many?

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The LA Law Library meets the needs of the public and legal community.            

As the second largest public law library in the United States, LA Law Library meets the needs of the public, self-represented litigants and the legal community in a dynamic, ever-evolving global environment where information is shared, updated and accessed 24 hours a day, 7 days per week.

The LA Law Library is:
  • A curator and cultivator of a superior collection of one million volume equivalents. This collection includes Federal and State materials, a comprehensive California collection and one of the nation's largest foreign and international law collections.
  • A gateway to legal information and resources. LA Law Library serves a primary connection between the courts, legal service providers, and the public, and the most current legal information (accessible online and print) coupled with extensive historical information.
  • A navigator of the courts and legal system. LA Law Library serves as an integral partner with the Los Angeles County Superior Court and other courthouses and administrators throughout the county and state, thereby giving the public and self-represented litigants unique direction on how to address their legal concerns.

With a newly renovated Main Library in Downtown Los Angeles, located steps from the Stanley Mosk Courthouse, self-service digital research stations recently introduced in the Norwalk and Pomona county courthouses, and expanding relationships with legal aid foundations, pro bono organizations, bar associations and public libraries, LA Law Library is becoming a robust community education center for the residents of Los Angeles County, the state of California and the world.

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