December 1, 2009
Opening: Associate Law Librarian, Marquette
Marquette University Law Library is seeking energetic, innovative applicants for the position of Associate Law Librarian. This person will join the Library's team of ten librarians and eight staff, serving approximately 700 students and 35 faculty, as well as the Marquette campus and Milwaukee legal community. The Associate Law Librarian is a non-tenure track faculty position that may seek promotion through the Adjunct Professor procedures of the Law School. J.D., M.L.I.S. and five years academic law library experience is required.
The Associate Law Librarian provides leadership and coordination for the day- to-day operations of the Law Library; develops and implements assessment studies appropriate for continuous process improvement in library services and procedures; consults and collaborates with other law librarians and law library staff, the law library director, and other law school departments to develop, implement, and analyze studies relevant to determining customer satisfaction, learning, use and usability of law library services and resources. Other responsibilities include participating in the weekly reference schedule and collaborating with an assigned Legal Writing professor to teach Legal Research as part of the first year Legal Research & Writing curriculum. The Associate Law Librarian may also develop and teach a one-credit advanced legal research course.
Please visit https://careers.marquette.edu/applicants/Central?quickFind=52379 to see full description and to apply online.
For further questions please contact Patricia Cervenka, Director of the Law Library and Professor of Law, firstname.lastname@example.org