In collaboration with the Director, the Systems & Electronic Services Librarian will administer and maintain the library’s website and databases, the integrated library system, and develop new electronic resources to maximize use of library space and technology.
Key responsibilities include:
Lead the library’s transition to a new ILS and will manage the transition of the database records and ensure a successful data migration.
Provide technical expertise, day-to-day administration, and broad support for traditional and emerging library hardware and software solutions and standards.
Manage all aspects of materials acquisitions: manage collection budget, monitor expenditures, ensure the ordering and receipt of library materials, review and implement collection maintenance policies and procedures.
Work collaboratively with others on systems-related, technology-related, and digitally based projects.
Provide reference services and instruction sessions that incorporate legal technology skills according to current and emerging standards.
Participate in professional association activities and keep current with identifying, evaluating, and implementing new and emerging technologies.
ALA-accredited MLS/MLIS degree and/or JD with significant law library work experience.
Extensive computer experience and solid skills in networks, word processing, spreadsheets, and web content management systems.
Prior work experience in technical or electronic services is preferred.
Knowledge of and familiarity with legal resources in all formats particularly with Anglo-American law library collection and government documents.
Knowledge of issues, emerging trends and technologies as applied to county law libraries.
Strong oral, written, and interpersonal communication skills.
Excellent problem-solving abilities.
About Riverside County Law Library
Founded in 1941, the Riverside County Law Library is dedicated to empowering its 2.2 million county residents to perform the highest quality of legal research and practice. It is a County Special District effectively functioning as an independent public agency organized under the California Business & Professions Code. Governed by a seven-member Board of Trustees made up of community judges and attorneys, the law library is primarily funded by a small portion of the County’s civil court filing fee. With a current budget of approximately $1.5 million and 11.35 FTE staff positions, the law library makes its collection of over 40,000 volumes of current legal materials and online legal databases available through its three locations in Downtown Riverside, Indio and Temecula.
Address: Victor Miceli Law Library, 3989 Lemon Street, Riverside CA 92501