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Law School Technical Services Librarian

Position Deleted on 4/10/2013. This position is no longer an active posting on HigherEdJobs.
Fort Wayne, IN
Admin - Libraries
02/08/2013 (Reposted Job: Initially posted on 10/01/2012)
Application Due:
Open Until Filled
Full Time
Indiana Tech Law School invites applications for the position of Technical Services Librarian

Indiana Tech Law School is a college within the Indiana Institute of Technology ("Indiana Tech"), which is located in Fort Wayne, Indiana. The law school will welcome its first students in August of 2013, and we are seeking qualified candidates for this position in our law library.

The successful candidate will work with the Associate Dean for Library Affairs and will perform and/or supervise resource management and bibliographic control functions. This position will ultimately be responsible for the planning, organization, policy development, implementation and direction of all areas of technical services for the law library and will participate in Collection Development, Acquisitions, Cataloging, and Processing. Must be able to read and interpret bibliographic records, understand and apply principles of descriptive and subject cataloging rules, utilize cataloging tools and the standards that govern each, and apply relevant national and international bibliographic control standards (AACRII, MARC, Metadata, Dublin Core, etc.).

The Law School seeks applications from candidates with a minimum of ALA accredited MLS or MLIS or its equivalent, with substantial law library experience or J.D. strongly preferred, including 3-5 years experience working in technical services; knowledge of issues, emerging trends and technologies in technical services especially as it applies to an academic law library. Candidates must also be familiar with current collection development practices.
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