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July 24, 2017

Madison Job Posting: Reference and Instruction Librarian

The Wisconsin State Law Library is seeking an outgoing, energetic, and well qualified candidate for a full-time Reference and Instruction Librarian.


SALARY: Minimum salary of $54,830 (actual salary may change, commensurate with experience).

  • Provides reference and research assistance to library users
  • Manages the State Law Library's public training program.
  • Develops and teaches legal research classes.
  • Participates in marketing and outreach initiatives.
  • Participates in library and other professional activities.
QUALIFICATIONS: Required: (1) Library science or legal research coursework at the graduate level, emphasizing reference, information and on-line services; (2) Legal reference and research skills; (3) Understanding of Judicial, Executive and Legislative functions of all levels of government. (4) Demonstrated ability to teach adult learners; (5) Effective oral and written communication skills; (6) Knowledge of marketing strategies for libraries; Preferred: (7) Master's degree in library science; and (8) demonstrated competence in legal reference, including proficiency in Westlaw, Lexis, PACER and the Internet.

TO APPLY: Please go to the Court System's website http://www.wicourts.gov/courts/employment/apply.htm and submit a cover letter and resume (please combine your cover letter and resume to one document) clearly indicating your qualifications and the position title Reference and Instruction Librarian (#18-1479). If you are unable to apply online please send application materials to human.resources@wicourts.gov or send to: Human Resources, 110 East Main Street Suite 430, Madison, WI 53703-3356, (608) 266-3501 or FAX (608) 261-8293. Failure to follow these procedures may result in your disqualification.

DEADLINE: All applications must be received by 11:59 p.m., Monday, August 7, 2017. The Wisconsin Court System will provide reasonable accommodations to qualified applicants when requested. For additional information on the court system visit our website at www.wicourts.gov.

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