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July 13, 2011
Opening: Digital Services Librarian, Valparaiso Law
Valparaiso University Law School invites applications for the newly-created position of Digital Services Librarian.
Job Description. The Digital Services Librarian will coordinate the evaluation, acquisition, implementation, training and management of Law Library electronic resources and serve as the Law Library’s liaison with the law school’s Electronic Media Manager regarding design, development, and updates of the library’s web site. The Digital Services Librarian will also be a member of the reference team providing proactive reference and research support to the law school faculty, students, members of the practicing bar and other patrons of the library, and will participate in the first year and advanced legal research instructional program.
Required qualifications: JD from ABA-accredited law school and MLS, MLIS, MIS, or equivalent degree from an ALA-accredited program. Law library experience preferred.
Salary and Rank. Salary and rank will be commensurate with qualifications. The Digital Services Librarian will report to the Associate Dean for Law Library Services and, as a member of the law library faculty, will be eligible for tenure under university guidelines for library faculty.
How to Apply. Position is available August 1, 2011. Starting date is negotiable. Complete job description and information regarding how to apply may be found here.
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