Job Announcement: Senior Director of Library Operations of a large law library (Los Angeles, CA) Patty De Anda 09 May 2009 01:04 UTC

Library Associates Companies (LAC) seeks a Senior Director, Library Operations for a large, diverse, and multi-lingual organization in Downtown Los Angeles. The Senior Director will plan, implement and manage the day to day activities of a large staff in the Library Operations Division. Additional responsibilities include initiating and developing programs/projects to expand the collection services and library usage and selecting, supervising, and training staff. Our ideal candidate will have an understanding of law librarianship, the practices of operating a law library with branches and partnerships, and a familiarity with reference, bibliography, and collection management (cataloging, serials, and acquisitions). Must be able to effectively work with the public, legal community, and judiciary and government officials. Candidates must have an MLS or advanced degree in Business or Public Administration or equivalent experience. At least 10 years of demonstrated library management experience is required. Competitive compensation and excellent benefits package. Contact us for more information!


 *   Please email resume and cover letter to Keith Gurtzweiler at,<>.
 *   Please reference "Senior Director, Library Operations #1216" as the subject line of your email.
 *   Library Associates Companies is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer that values diversity in the workforce.

Patty De Anda

Communications & Projects Associate
Library Associates Companies / LAC
6500 Wilshire Blvd., Suite 2240
Los Angeles, CA 90048
800.987.6794 toll free
323.302.9439 local
323.852.1093 fax<><>
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