February 10, 2012
Opening: Director of the Law Library, UDC
The University of the District of Columbia Office of Human Resources has posted the position of Director of the Law Library, David A. Clarke School of Law, Charles N. & Hilda H. M. Mason law Library. The position is open until filled. To view the complete posting, including how to apply, visit http://udc.applicantstack.com/x/detail/a2hbyxhbfe86
Excerpts from the announcement:
Brief Description of Duties:
- Serves on the School of Law's Management Committee.
- Supervises day-to-day operations of the Law Library.
- Develops, implements and maintains the acquisitions policy for the Law Library, including the Clinical Law Library, in keeping with American Bar Association Standards.
- Prepares and submits procurement requests for library materials and technology.
- Develops short and long-term library budget and personnel needs assessments for the dean annually.
- Develops grant proposals to support Law Library enhancements.
- Plans and implements facilities and technology enhancements to accommodate library services and collection development.
- Implements personnel policies as required in conformance with University and School of Law mandates including the Personnel Management System.
- Supervises subordinate staff.
- Develops and implements strategies for staff development.
- Prepares reports and other materials for the Schoold of Law, the University, the American Bar Association, the D.C. Council, and other entities as needed.
- Ensures spending is in conformance with budget limitations.
- Serves on School of Law and University committees and task forces and as appointed.
- Provides reference and research support to faculty, students, and other library users.
- Develops and implements faculty liaison programs and other services to library users.
- MLS and a J.D. Degrees from an accredited institution.
- Must be a member of the bar with five years of experience in Law Library administration.
- Knowledge of the research, teaching, educational, and technological needs of the Law School faculty and its student body is highly desired.
The University of the District of Columbia is an Equal Opportunity Employer.