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The Student Services Librarian develops, coordinates, and participates in instruction and outreach activities for Law School students and student organizations, including the first-year legal research and writing program, clinical and experiential learning program, orientation activities, various course-integrated research sessions, and other venues, with a possibility of teaching advanced legal research courses. The role includes enhancing the outreach and marketing of services to students, facilitating communication between the Library and students, and assessing student needs and wants in order to develop new services and programs to effectively support student learning. The position is also responsible for creating web-based and print research guides and other reference tools, including audio and video instruction and research tools. The Student Services Librarian serves as a member of the D'Angelo Law Library reference team and provides in person and virtual research assistance during scheduled shifts (including evenings and weekends on rotation); serves on Library-wide committees and task forces; and participates in local, regional, and national professional and scholarly organizations. The Student Services Librarian works as part of the D'Angelo Law Library User Services department to provide outstanding services to the Law School and University communities. The successful candidate must have a Master of Library Science degree from an ALA-accredited institution (or equivalent degree) and a Juris Doctor degree from an ABA-accredited law school (degrees must be completed by start date of employment); experience with legal research materials, techniques and strategies, for example, Westlaw, Lexis, Bloomberg Law, and other law subscription services and Internet resources. The Search Committee will evaluate candidates' record and academic accomplishments in order to determine their understanding of the scholarly process; their ability to interact collegially and effectively, both orally and in writing, with wide and diverse constituencies including faculty, students, and members of the wider community; their organizational and analytical skills; and their knowledge of current and developing information technologies and their applications to reference and instruction activities, for example, experience with HTML and web-authoring tools; experience using internet-based communication tools such as blogs, RSS feeds, and social media platforms, such as Facebook and Twitter; and experience using library computer applications and desktop Windows software. To Apply: Submit cover letter, curriculum vitae, and reference contact information. Applications must be submitted to https://academiccareers.uchicago.edu Requisition #03247, or via Quicklink: Contact Shauna Babcock, Library HR, sbabcock@uchicago.edu, with questions. Review of applications will begin March 20, 2017. Screening of applications will continue until the position is filled or the search is closed. Salary and Benefits: Appointment salary based on qualifications and experience. Benefits include retirement plan, insurance, and paid time off. Required Applicant Documents Cover Letter Curriculum Vitae About the University of Chicago Founded in 1892 by John D. Rockefeller, the University of Chicago is one of the world's leading universities, with an extraordinary history of world-renowned research and education across a broad spectrum of fields. More than 80 Nobel laureates are associated with the University of Chicago, including eight current faculty members. One former senior lecturer is currently President of the United States. The University of Chicago is known for its excellent faculty, an increasingly strong and diverse student body, and a distinctive urban campus with strong community connections. In 2016, US News and World Report ranked the University of Chicago 3rd in its annual survey of the Best Colleges. The University is home to over 2,274 faculty and academic personnel and students from 50 US states and 72 countries. In the fall of 2016, the University enrolled 5,860 students in its undergraduate College and 9,866 students in its graduate and professional schools. Additionally, the University operates a major medical center; the nation's largest academic press; two national laboratories (Argonne National Laboratory and Fermilab); the Marine Biological Laboratory in Woods Hole; the renowned N-12 Laboratory Schools that have led many innovations in education; and four charter school campuses on the South Side of Chicago. The University also has a growing global presence with centers in Paris, Beijing and New Delhi. Located in Chicago's Hyde Park neighborhood on Lake Michigan, the University's 211 acres were designated a botanic garden and feature traditional English Gothic and modern buildings designed by world-class architects. The University of Chicago is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity/Disabled/Veterans Employer and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national or ethnic origin, age, status as an individual with a disability, protected veteran status, genetic information, or other protected classes under the law.

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