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19 AALL Newsl. 1 (1987-1988)

handle is hein.aallar/aallnl0019 and id is 1 raw text is: Placement List

All correspondence and job listings for the
Newsletter should be directed to: American
Association of Law Libraries, 53 West Jackson
Boulevard - Suite 703, Chicago, Illinois 60604,
312/939-4764.
The Association's Headquarters in Chicago is responsible for
Newsletter job listings, candidates' registration information,
the advance subscription service and invoices for placement
listings.
The Newsletter will publish, at no charge, a placement listing
up to 8 lines of typeset copy. For listings which exceed 8 lines
of typeset copy, a charge of $2.50 per line for each and every
line will be made.
The deadline for placement listings is the second Thurs-
day of the month prior to publication. Listings will not be
repeated unless the employer arranges to do so prior to the
deadline.
In January, 1986, the Association's Executive Board deter-
mined that no placement listing could be published if the
salary offered was below $16,000 annually.
In 1975, the American Association of Law Libraries adopted
a policy statement on job security. This statement can be
found in Volume 68, 1975, page 382 of the Law Library Jour-
nal. It is suggested that employers review this statement when
preparing to employ a law librarian.
All employers listing positions in the placement column are
affirmative action/equal opportunity employers.
An advance subscription service for job listings is available.
For $1.25 per month, subscribers will receive a copy of the
placement column as submitted to the Newsletter for publica-
tion. In addition, an update is mailed halfway between
Newsletter deadlines, containing positions that have been
listed with the Chicago Headquarters during the interim
period. This update is included in the monthly subscription
service fee of $1.25 per month. Checks for the monthly place-
ment subscription service should be made payable to:
American Association of Law Libraries. Credit cards cannot
be used to order this service.
Arizona
Catalog Librarian: Requirements: MLS from accredited
library school or equivalent. Knowledge of AACR2 and OCLC.

Experience in cataloging, knowledge of LC Subject Headings
and a working knowledge of Spanish highly desirable. Duties:
Principal responsibilities include copy and original catalog-
ing and name authority work for serials, monographs, and
non-print materials; cataloging revision; compiling statistics,
and special assignments. Salary: $18,500. Excellent benefits.
Send letter of application, resume, and names of three
references by October 1, 1987 to: Robert Genovese, Chair,
Search Committee, College of Law Library, University of
Arizona, Tucson, AZ 85721. The University of Arizona is an
Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer Women and
minorities are encouraged to apply.
California
Law Librarian: Requirements: Graduation from an accredited
college with a Master's degree in Library Science and three
year's post Master's law library experience. Duties: Performs
full range of librarian duties to establish and maintain a cen-
tral law library. Available: Apply immediately. Salary:
$2,523-$3,125 a month. Submit resume with salary history
and current earnings to: Los Angeles County Superior Court,
Personnel Department, Room 203, 111 N. Hill St., Los
Angeles, CA 90012, (213)974-6568. EOE/M/F/H.
Reference Librarian: Requirements: ALA-accredited MLS;
JD from accredited law school desirable, but will consider
non-JD applicants with significant law library reference ex-
perience. Experience with computerized legal and non-legal
information systems, microform, and audio-visual
technologies. Excellent communication, organization, and
research skills. Strong service orientation and self-motivation.
Duties: Works with Assistant Librarian for Public Services in
serving the research needs of the law school's faculty and
students. Assists in establishing and implementing policies
and procedures which will improve the service level of the
library. Frequent involvement in bibliographic instruction and
computer-based research and training (LEXIS and
WESTLAW). Involvement in preliminary book and non-print
selection, and interlibrary loan transactions. Development and
promotion of microform and audio-visual collections and ser-
vices. Some weekend and evening hours will be required.
Available: August 17, 1987. Salary: Commensurate with
qualifications and experience. Liberal fringe benefits including
life, medical and dental insurance; TIAA-CREF; 22 vacation
days plus 13-14 paid holidays; and tuition remission for self
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