Electronic Resources and Technology Librarian – Vermont Law School (Search Extended)

The Vermont Law School invites applications for an Electronic Resources and Technology Librarian 
 
This position provides leadership for the library’s electronic resources and technology operations.  As part of the library’s Collections Management department, the Electronic Resources and Technology Librarian oversees the library’s electronic subscriptions and serves as the library’s liaison to the Vermont Law School information technology department.  This position is responsible for monitoring, evaluating, recommending and implementing emerging library technologies in a team-oriented environment. The Electronic Resources and Technology Librarian manages the library’s archives and rare book collections while also participating in the library’s reference and faculty liaison program.  Dependent on experience and qualifications, this position may teach legal research, assist with cataloging, or participate in Collections Management department strategic planning.  A MLS or equivalent degree is required, a JD is preferred.

For more information, see the detailed position description .

Vermont Law School is a dynamic, independent law school and is known for its strong environmental law program.  The Law School is located on the White River in the historic village of South Royalton, VT, within forty-five minutes of Hanover, NH, home of Dartmouth College; Montpelier, VT, the state capital; and historic Woodstock, VT.  VLS is also within three hours drive of Montreal and Boston.  The area is an ideal location for those who enjoy both summer and winter sports.  
 
Candidates are encourages to review the law school’s website http://www.vermontlaw.edu and if interested, please send resume and cover letter to:  Human Resources, Vermont Law School, PO Box 96, South Royalton, VT 05068 or to: jobs@vermontlaw.edu. Vermont Law School is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

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