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LAC Group is seeking a Temporary Law Library Technician to work full-time on a project for our client, an international law firm. This position will work full-time in the firm's San Francisco office for approximately 1-2 weeks to finish up an ongoing project. We are looking for someone able to start immediately and commit full-time for the 1-2 week duration.
§ Compile a title inventory of all print publications owned by the firm;
§ Inventory all electronic resources licenses and contracts and set-up a system that creates notification;
§ Weed the collection of all superseded or discontinued titles now on the shelves for review and make a decision to re-integrating the books into the active collection or keep them segregated;
§ Update, edit or newly create catalog records to reflect the active and historical collections;
§ Create and affix new or amended spine labels with library classification numbers to the remaining collections;
§ Physically reorganize the collection to reflect the classification schema.
§ Previous experience working in a library is required; working in a law firm library is highly desired/preferred;
§ Previous experience in collection management, shelving, shifting and weeding collections;
§ Previous experience working in an ILS system and library catalog; experience using InMagic preferred;
§ Must have excellent communication skills, both written and verbal;
§ The ability to multi-task with strong attention to detail;
§ Knowledge and experience working with MS Access and Excel is desired;
§ The ability to lift and move materials approximately 25 - 40 lbs. in weight.
For immediate consideration, please apply at: http://goo.gl/AV7fsU
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