September 27, 2006
Opening: Foreign and International Law Librarian, London
University of London Research Library Services INSTITUTE OF ADVANCED LEGAL STUDIES Library and Information Services
The Institute of Advanced Legal Studies Library has a central role in legal research provision in the UK and houses collections of national and international importance. The Library serves academic and professional lawyers and postgraduate law students in the UK and internationally.
FOREIGN AND INTERNATIONAL LAW LIBRARIAN
Salary: £24,245 - £33,659 p.a. incl. London Allowance
This new and exciting post based within the Academic Services department is part of a friendly team dedicated to supporting and promoting use of the excellent legal research facilities of the Institute Library. The post is responsible for providing reference assistance for foreign and international legal research, for liaising with our major database suppliers over content and user training, and for the selection of foreign law material. It will promote the library's extensive foreign and international collections by developing web research guides, training tutorials and webpage information, and contribute to the reference work and the training programmes on electronic resources.
Applicants should have a degree together with a qualification in librarianship or information science and at least two years experience working in an academic or law library. The ideal candidate will have reference work experience with law resources, both in paper and electronic format, and should be self-motivated and an effective team worker with excellent communication and IT skills. Knowledge of at least one western European language other than English is essential. An ability to liaise proactively with research staff and postgraduate students and proven presentation skills would be advantages.
Further details are available from <http://ials.sas.ac.uk/about/jobs.htm> or on request from email@example.com or 020 7862 5801. Letters of application with a CV and contact details of two referees should reach the Library Administrative Officer by Friday 6th October 2006.
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