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  • 14 Aug 2013 9:46 AM | Anonymous member

    • Library Helper / Thomson Reuters / Eagan, MN /


    • Library Assistant 2 / University of Minnesota / Twin Cities, MN / Apply by 8/20 /


    • Librarian (PT/Temporary) / Inver Hills Community College / Inver Grove Heights, MN / Apply by 9/6 /


    • Computer Instructor – Library / Science Museum of Minnesota / St. Paul, MN / Apply by 8/21 /


    • Part-Time Library Clerk / Fredrickson & Byron, P.A. / Minneapolis, MN /


    • Library Assistant / Cretin-Derham Hall High School / St. Paul, MN / Apply by 8/27 /


    • Library Assistant / Lake Agassiz Regional Library / Breckenridge, MN /*&l=Minnesota&tk=181fs8vdn0n316im&from=web


    • Liaison Librarian / Laureate Education Inc. / Minneapolis, MN /


    • Regional Librarian – Automation / Arrowhead Library System / Mountain Iron, MN / Apply by 9/3 /


    • Assistant Librarian / University of Minnesota / Twin Cities, MN /


    • Video Internship – Fall 2013 / Hennepin County Library – Ridgedale / Minnetonka, MN / Apply by 8/16 /


    • Special Collections Internship – Fall 2013 / Hennepin County Library – Minneapolis Central / Minneapolis, MN / Apply by 8/16 /


    • Outreach Services Internship – Fall 2013 / Hennepin County Library – Ridgedale / Minnetonka, MN / Apply by 8/16 /


    • Library Technician / MN Dept of Employment & Economic Development / St. Paul, MN / Apply by 8/19 /

  • 09 Aug 2013 10:11 AM | Anonymous member

    Link to posting:

    Job Code and Title: (9715) Assistant Librarian

    Position Title: Assistant Librarian

    Position Category: Staff - Professional Non-Faculty

    Appointment Term: K = 10 month

    Appointment Type: Non-cr tchg/other profl work (Z)

    Work Hours, Work Days: To be determined, including Sundays, 1:00-5:00 pm

    Total Hours or % Appointment: 20 wk/50%  

    Full/Part-time: Part-Time  

    Starting Rate: $460 week  

    Department Name: Law Library (361A)  

    College or Admin Unit: Law School  

    Campus Location: Twin Cities  

    Job Open Date: 08-06-2013  

    Job Close Date: Open Until Filled

    Internal Promotional Consideration

    Required/Preferred Qualifications

    Required Qualifications:  

    • ·         MLS from an ALA accredited graduate school.
    • ·         Two or more years of law library reference experience.
    • ·         Demonstrated knowledge of legal research tools and methodology.
    • ·         Demonstrated service orientation.
    • ·         Demonstrated excellent communication skills.

    Desired Qualifications:

    JD from an ABA accredited law school.

    Experience creating research guides using LibGuides platform.  


    The temporary reference librarian is to provide legal reference service in all aspects of Anglo-American Law at a large, research-oriented academic law library. The position is available September 2013 through May 2014.  

    Application Instructions

    Submit application materials through the University of Minnesota online employment system.

    Include cover letter, resume, and the names and contact information of three professional references.

    Review of applications will begin immediately, and continue until the position is filled.

  • 09 Aug 2013 10:03 AM | Anonymous member

    Part-Time Library Clerk

    Fredrikson & Byron, a large law firm in downtown Minneapolis, has an immediate opening for a part-time Library Clerk.  The primary responsibilities of this position include the filing of loose-leaf, pocket part and serials updates; acting as a back-up to the Library Assistant for basic library maintenance duties; and assisting with special projects.  The job will be 15-18 hours per week.  The days and times of work performed are somewhat flexible (no evenings or weekends), but need to be consistent from week to week.

    Responsibilities include:

    • Perform filing of loose-leaf, pocket part and serials updates (10 hours per week)
    • Act as back-up to Library Assistant for basic library maintenance duties, including:
    • Sort and organize mail
    • Check-in and process new issues of subscriptions and serials
    • Check-in and process newly acquired library materials
    • Shelve, file and straighten books, periodicals, newsletters, etc. in the main library collection and satellite team resource rooms
    • Retrieve and return Hennepin County Law Library and/or Hennepin County Public Library materials
    • Assist Technical Services Librarian with special projects, including but not limited to:
    • -Serials weeding and retention
    • -Book processing and cataloging in MARC and AACR2-compliant format(s)
    • -Resource inventory
    • -Invoice processing

    Candidates should have or be working toward a Bachelor’s or Associate’s degree.  Coursework in library science preferred.  Candidates must be able to lift and carry library equipment and materials up to 40 pounds and must be able to reach or bend to retrieve materials on low or high shelves. 


    We offer a competitive hourly rate, coaching from a seasoned team, and a very collegial work environment.  Fredrikson & Byron is a seven time Minneapolis-St. Paul Business Journal’s Best Places to Work honoree.  For consideration, please send your resume to:


    Curt Okerson

    Fredrikson & Byron, P.A.

    200 South Sixth Street, Suite 4000

    Minneapolis, MN 55402

  • 31 Jul 2013 3:46 PM | Anonymous member

    POSTING TYPE: External
    DEPARTMENT: Law Library
    HOURS: Fulltime
    HIRING RANGE: $ 55,300.00 - $60,800.00/year (Click here to view full salary range)
    LOCATION: Hastings
    UNION: None
    CLOSE DATE: 4:30 p.m. on
    Friday, August 16, 2013

    The major purpose of the law library manager position is to administer a county-wide law library program that provides a broad base of current legal information to the judiciary, government employees, members of the bar and the general public. The manager develops and implements a strategic plan for law library programs in two staffed locations and one virtual location. By collaborating with other organizations and by utilizing information technologies, the law librarian provides cost-effective and timely access to legal resources for all levels of users.

    Minimum Qualifications:

    · Master's degree in library science AND
    · Juris Doctorate (Law Degree)
    · Two years legal research/reference experience; ability to relate to all types of library users; knowledge of online legal research systems AND
    · Two years management experience, including knowledge of current law library standards, technologies, and automation; knowledge of accounting and budgeting; creativity and flexibility needed; excellent decision-making, communication, and motivational skills also required.

    Duties & Responsibilities:

    These examples do not include all possible tasks in this work and do not limit the assignment of related tasks in any position of this classification. Regular attendance according to the position's management approved work schedule is required for all positions.

    1. Strategic Planning--Plans and leads the successful delivery and ongoing expansion for a two-site operation. Develops policies and procedures. Meets with the law library board annually for policy direction and budget approval.
    2. Leads and directs the law library's annual budget. Presents annual operating budget and recommendations to law library Board. Reviews financial reports regarding expenses, especially for costs of library materials. Decides how to allocate budget and make adjustments during the fiscal year. Reviews and approves all payments.
    3. Directs and supervises law library staff including determining work schedules/assignments, evaluating job performance and coordinating training, and recruitment.
    4. Administers library technology systems--Includes two staffed locations at Hastings and Galaxie that support legal research. Also supervises all library technology operations and website within County guidelines. Supervises the virtual service at the NSC. Interfaces with IT, IT liaisons, and court service centers in planning and administering electronic legal resources.
    5. Coordinates the Dakota County Family Court Self-Help Center--administers resources and assists users, and maintains contacts with attorney volunteers and service locations.
    6. Reference and Training--Assists all types of library users, but especially pro se parties, in finding and utilizing required legal information. Performs on-demand services of Westlaw and other electronic databases. Instructs users, both formally and informally, in the effective use of library resources and materials. Develops and conducts training for court personnel, attorneys, paralegal students, public library staff, and the general public.
    7. Improves Access to Authoritative Resources-- Determines collection development needs and policy for the law library. Performs all tasks related to ordering/claiming/account reconciliation for new legal information resources, both print and online. Assesses and implements improved methods for accessing information. Supervises the cataloging, circulation, shelving, and storage of legal materials.
    8. Promotion/Marketing--Leads a strategic public relations effort by coordinating programs both internally and externally. Determines how to maximize opportunities to promote the law library resources and services. Participates in bar association activities, and judicial and legal programs on a state and national basis to promote law library initiatives and better access to legal resources.

    Knowledge, Skills & Abilities and Work Environment:

    · Extensive knowledge and demonstrated experience using on-line legal research systems
    · Knowledge of professional librarian reference and research methods and materials.
    · Extensive knowledge of and experience with library systems, principles, and procedures.
    · Ability to plan and coordinate programs and/or manage assigned collection areas.
    · Ability to effectively work with the general public in responding to needs/requests.
    · Strong verbal and written communication skills.
    · Knowledge of community and acquaintance with community leaders
    · Negotiating skills and ability to identify and promote support for library programs among members of diverse community groups

    WORK ENVIRONMENT: The work is sedentary and is usually accomplished while incumbent is comfortably seated at a desk or table. Some walking and standing may occur in the course of a normal workday in connection with attendance at meetings and conferences, or while researching files. Items carried typically are light objects such as briefcases, books, and data processing reports. Lifting of moderately heavy objects may be required. No special physical effort is required to perform the work.

    SELECTION PROCESS: The examination/selection process for this classification will consist of a rating of your training and experience from the application materials submitted. The top scoring candidates will be forwarded to the hiring department for further consideration.

    Dakota County Employee Relations
    Main Number 651.438.4435 (contact 8 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. Monday - Friday)
    Fax 651.438.8178

  • 31 Jul 2013 3:45 PM | Anonymous member

    • Library Assistant 2 / University of Minnesota / Twin Cities, MN / Apply by 8/7 /

    • Librarian / Bush Library, Hamline University / St. Paul, MN /

    • Collections Assistant / Minnesota Historical Society / St. Paul, MN / Apply by 8/9 /

    • Information Services Supervisor (part-time) / Stillwater Public Library / Stillwater, MN / Apply by 8/23 /

    • Multimedia Instructional Technology / St. Olaf College / Northfield, MN /

    • Research Assistant / Amherst H. Wilder Foundation / St. Paul, MN / Apply by 8/4 /

    • Program Assistant, The Big Read / Arts Midwest / Twin Cities, MN / Apply by 8/19 /

    • Head Librarian III / Pioneerland Library System / Olivia/Renville/Fairfax, MN / Apply by 8/16 /

    • Reference and Adult Services Librarian / Douglas County Library / Alexandria, MN / Apply by 8/16 /

    • Learning Development and Systems Specialist / Universal Hospital Services / Minneapolis, MN /

    • Public Information Specialist II / City of St. Paul / St. Paul, MN / Apply by 8/19 /

    • Training and Development Manager / Rasmussen College / Bloomington, MN /*B246F772AB839087&__jbsrc=E27958B5-43ED-405D-98D5-01A29FD0D45D

    • Reference Technician / Capella University / Minneapolis, MN /

    • Reference and Instruction Librarian, fixed term / Metropolitan State University / St. Paul, MN / Apply by 8/9 /

    • Law Library Manager / Dakota County Law Library / Hastings, MN / Apply by 8/16 /

    • Lower School Library and Engineering/Programming Teaching Assistant / The Blake School / Hopkins, MN /

    • Library Assistant 2 / University of Minnesota / Twin Cities, MN /

    • Public Service Assistant / Hennepin County Library System / Varies, MN / Apply by 8/2 /

    • Prospect Researcher / St. Olaf College / Northfield, MN /

    • Reference Technician/ Capella University/ Minneapolis, MN /

    • Senior Library Assistant / Legislative Reference Library / St. Paul, MN / Apply by 8/9 /

  • 12 Jul 2013 10:44 AM | Anonymous member

    The Minnesota State Law Library is pleased to announce an opening for an Electronic Services Librarian. This is a permanent part-time position working 30 hours a week performing professional library work. Work involves responsibility for performing a wide range of professional library tasks and may involve providing work direction to paraprofessional or clerical employees. Work is performed independently under the general supervision of a Library Division Supervisor.

    Detailed information: MN Judicial Branch website

  • 26 Jun 2013 9:04 AM | Anonymous member

    From the Minnesota Library Association website:]

    Reference Associate


    posted Jun 25, 2013 at 8:39am 

    Employer: Minnesota Historical Society.

    Location: St. Paul.

    State/Province: Minnesota.

    Job Type: Full Time.

    Salary / Rate: $3,150.00 monthly minimum.


    Position Description/Job Duties:

    The Minnesota Historical Society (MHS) seeks applicants for a Reference Associate to provide reference service to MHS researchers and staff; and to work on projects related to reference service as a member of a reference staff team.  This is a full time, regular (2,088 annual hours) position located at the History Center, St. Paul, MN.



    Responsibilities include:  1) provides in-person reference service to the public and to MHS staff at the information desk or over the telephone; 2) researches MHS materials to answer reference inquires by e-commerce, letter, e-mail or telephone so that researchers will receive adequate reference assistance; 3) participates in planning and execution of projects and tasks as a member of a reference team; 4) provides bibliographic and archival research methods instruction to groups of students, adults, and staff members; 5) serves on Reference department, MHS and outside committees; and

    6) participates in the evaluation and implementation of innovative methods of reference service, particularly those using technology.


    Position Requirements/Qualifications:


    B.A. in a related field plus three years program experience providing reference assistance in a library or archives setting or equivalent OR a masters degree in library science or archival studies, plus two years program experience or equivalent.

    Strong commitment to working with the public and contributing to a customer service team.

    Ability to work effectively in a demanding, high-volume reference setting.

    Experience using print and online catalogs, databases, archival finding aids, and the Internet for reference work.

    Strong oral and written communication skills. Strong time management skills.

    Ability to work a flexible schedule.

    Ability to learn new skills and apply them effectively to the demands of the job.

    Experience using strong problem-solving skills and creative approaches to reference services in an evolving library environment.

    Experience developing web content, including working knowledge of html and web development platforms or programs.

    Familiarity with emerging technologies in the design and delivery of reference services (social networking, podcasting, etc.) Experience in electronic reference services (instant messaging, virtual reference, etc.).

    Ability to occasionally work with dirty or moldy materials; lift oversized items and handle items in excess of 50 pounds.



    Graduate course work in the social sciences or humanities, preferably history.

    Knowledge of Minnesota history.

    Experience creating LibGuides or other online subject guides.  

    Active involvement in a library or archives professional association.

    Application Instructions:


    APPLICATION DEADLINE:  Applications must be received or post-marked no later than July 8, 2013. 


    TO APPLY:  Send an MHS application, cover letter, and resume to:  Minnesota Historical Society, Human Resources, #1048 Reference Associate position, 345 Kellogg Blvd W, St Paul, MN 55102.  To be considered an applicant, you must submit all requested application materials.  If not complete, your application materials will not be accepted and your materials will be returned.  If submitting materials for more than one position, provide an MHS application, cover letter and resume for each position.  Applicants who are offered employment will be subject to passing a background check as a condition of employment.  For an application, see our website at or call MHS Job Line 651-259-3181.  EEO. Your application will be acknowledged. No phone calls please.


    Application Deadline: Monday, July 8, 2013

  • 26 Jun 2013 8:52 AM | Anonymous member

    • Communications & Development Manager / Thomson Reuters / Eagan, MN /

    • Library Associate/Evening & Weekend Supervisor / Macalester College / St. Paul, MN / Apply by 7/16 /

    • Library Technician / MN State University, Mankato / Mankato, MN /

    • Acquisitions Assistant / Warren E. Burger Library, William Mitchell College of Law / St. Paul, MN /

    • Web Developer / Metropolitan Library Service Agency (MELSA) / Twin Cities Metro, MN / Apply by 7/12 /

    • Library Associate / Recruit Gaap – Civil Service Industry / Minneapolis, MN /*fuT8pZP6VBPhJNg2nfNGwUrkjo7wnpAgAJTbhbMnU1lMQcVkMUcEJpB4g*A3k-&embedsource=Simply%20Hired&sh_aa=1&utm_source=simplyhired&utm_medium=jobclick

    • Library Assistant I – Supplemental / Mayo Clinic / Rochester, MN /



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  • 24 Jun 2013 8:36 AM | Anonymous member

    Title: Acquisitions Assistant
    Dept.: Library
    Reports To: Asst. Director, Collection Resources

    The primary purpose of the position is to provide clerical and technical support for the library acquisitions unit. The primary areas of responsibility are ordering and receiving new materials, maintaining library accounting records, providing support for cataloging and managing gifts.

    See full description:


  • 18 Jun 2013 10:14 AM | Anonymous member

    • Librarian/Information Studies / Fond du Lac Tribal and Community College / Cloquet, MN / Apply by 7/12 /

    • Library/Information Resource Services Supervisor / Saint Cloud State University / Saint Cloud, MN /

    • Librarian I – Branch Librarian / Anoka County / North Central Branch Library, MN / Apply by 6/24 /

    • Informatics/Data Services Specialist & Biomedical/Research Services Specialist / University of Minnesota Libraries / Minneapolis, MN /–BiomedicalResearchServices-Spec/23266.cfm

    • Information Architect / Consultis Information Technology / Richfield, MN /

    • Patent Research Specialist / General Mills / Minneapolis, MN /

    • Project Manager / University of Minnesota Foundation / Minneapolis, MN /

    • Campus Librarian / Minnesota School of Business / Rochester, MN / Apply by 6/21/


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