Emory University is a leading research university that fosters excellence and attracts world-class talent to innovate today and prepare leaders for the future. We welcome candidates who can contribute to the diversity and excellence of our academic community.
Emory Law, a top-tier law school and the home of the Hugh F. MacMillan Law Library, is seeking an enthusiastic, creative, and service-oriented professional to join our team of 11 professional librarians as a Law Librarian for Research Services. Emory Law is an intimate, collegial, and friendly school located in a residential part of the thriving city of Atlanta. MacMillan Law Library is a welcoming and supportive place to work and includes 20 FTEs, seven of which are dedicated to Research Services. We invite candidates with all levels of experience to apply. This is a full-time hybrid position and is available immediately.
Under the general supervision of the Associate Law Librarian for Research Services, Research Services librarians provide high-quality legal and non-legal research assistance to law library users including students, faculty, members of the local bar, and the general public. This includes providing classroom instruction in a variety of settings ranging from for-credit instruction to one-off sessions, providing scholarship support for law faculty, interacting with a variety of patron groups while staffing the library’s Reference Desk, and supporting and participating in a variety of outreach programs targeting both students and faculty.
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Salary and Benefits:
Salary is based on education, qualifications, and experience. Emory University offers librarians an excellent benefits package which includes, among other things, 24 days PTO annually plus 10 additional holidays; an array of retirement plans; courtesy scholarships for employee, spouse, and dependent children; support for professional development; and support for involvement in professional organizations.
This position is eligible for remote work one day per week during the school year (Aug-April) and two days per week during the summer (May-July).
Apply online to include a cover letter addressed to Search Committee, Law Librarian for Research Services, and Curriculum Vitae. Contact information for three professional references will be required later in the interviewing process.
Applications will be reviewed as they are received. For additional information on the Hugh F. MacMillan Law Library, visit our web site at http://library.law.emory.edu.
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