Head of Cataloging Services, University of Michigan Law Library
The University of Michigan Law Library invites applications for a full-time library management position.
The Cataloging Services Unit Leader participates in library management, strategic planning, and library-wide staffing, workflow, and problem-solving as a member of the Law Library Management Team. The librarian has primary responsibility for ensuring timely and effective intellectual access to the Law Library collection in all bibliographic and physical formats and languages following national and internal standards.
The University of Michigan Law Library is one of the top law libraries in the country with over a million volumes. The Law Library’s purpose is to build collections, provide effective access to legal information in diverse formats and provide facilities and services to support the teaching, research and educational needs of Law School faculty and students. The Michigan Law Library’s comprehensive collection covers Anglo-American, foreign, comparative, and international law, and includes legislation, court reports, and appropriate administrative material from all U.S. jurisdictions, Great Britain and the Commonwealth, Europe, and most African, Asian and South American countries.
Full job posting available on the Library website.