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Archival Intern Program: Research Associate, Defense Forensic Science Center

The Defense Forensic Science Center (DFSC) is seeking candidates for an archival intern and would like to inform you of the opportunity for interested students. I am a solo librarian at DFSC and am in dire need of the right undergraduate to get the ball rolling on historical artifacts here at our facility at Fort Gillem in Forest Park, Georgia. Ideally, I’d like to see a local student or at least in-state student in the position before we advertise otherwise. The attached flyer will help with some details on DFSC and the position.

We would like to have archival interns present throughout the school year and with no particular start or stop date. Because we are able to continuously accept students into the program, we do not have a hard deadline for applications. Students are able to work part time so that they can take advantage of the internship opportunities while still taking classes or devote full time to the work. The salary range is $2000-3000 for full time (40 hr/week) interns, depending on the number of completed credit hours, GPA, and whether the applicant has previous research experience. This amount will be prorated for the students that do not work full time.

Please call if there are any questions. Applications are sent to the program coordinator but I’ll be glad to address any issues. The email address accepting resumes is on the attached flyer.
Thank you for your time,

Jane Killian / Chief Librarian / Office of Quality, Initiatives and Training / Defense Forensic Science Center / 4930 N. 31st St, Bldg 925 / Forest Park, GA 30297 / 404-469-5992 office / 404-625-3158 cell

Attached Flyer:
Library RA program – Single page brochure

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Position Opening: Business Research Librarian – Eversheds Sutherland (Atlanta, GA)

The Business Research Librarian will work with the Library and Research Services team to provide business, industry and competitive intelligence research in support of attorneys and our Client Practice Group. This position will also support the legal research team as needed.

Responsibilities and Duties:

  • Assist business librarians with creation of in-depth company and industry reports.
  • Handle routine requests including executive biographies, basic company reports, litigation profiles, and conference attendee information.
  • Create and monitor news alerts on clients, companies, topics, and trends using appropriate online resources to support attorneys and Business Managers.
  • Assist with specific legal research requests and projects as assigned by business librarians, law librarians and/or Library Manager.
  • Assist in the evaluation and selection of business and news information resources.
  • Provide research on companies, industries, competitors, and individuals as requested by attorneys or members of CPD and synthesize this information into usable reports.
  • Provide back-up to the legal reference desk rotation, responding to requests from attorneys and staff on behalf of the department.
  • Maintain research statistics for the business research team.
  • Additional duties and responsibilities as requested by the Library Manager.

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:

  • Preferred Master’s Degree in Library or Information Science preferred
  • One to two years in a law firm or corporate library
  • Candidates must illustrate excellent communication skills, both oral and written, are required
  • Attention to detail, strong organization and time management skills
  • Computer skills with knowledge of and proficiency in Word, Excel and Outlook are required
  • Familiarity with online news, business, legal and industry resources


Eversheds Sutherland (US) LLP is committed to promoting diversity and inclusion within our Firm and in the larger legal profession. We believe that diverse skills, knowledge and viewpoints make us a stronger firm. Eversheds Sutherland (US) LLP maintains a policy of affording all employees and applicants equal employment opportunities without regard to race, color, religion, sex (including pregnancy, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression), national origin, age, disability, genetic information, marital or familial status, domestic violence victim status, ancestry, amnesty, military and veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by law. Unlawful discrimination, harassment and retaliation will not be tolerated in any of the Firm’s offices or any other work-related setting. Qualified individuals with a disability may request a reasonable accommodation in order to apply for a position or to enable them to perform the essential functions of a position for which they are otherwise qualified. EEO.

To apply, visit:

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Library Manager Position at Seyfarth, Shaw

Library Manager

Seyfarth Shaw LLP – Atlanta office



Provide in-depth legal, business, and client development research and reference services to attorneys, clients, and firm personnel.

Specific duties include:

  • collect, manage, and synthesize information to create a customized, client-ready work product;
  • must be a team player and possess the ability to partner effectively with librarians in other offices;
  • collaborate on Library, Marketing, Client Development, New Business Intake and Knowledge Management initiatives and services with staff firm-wide;
  • provide training for electronic/hardcopy resources and cost effective computer-assisted legal research;
  • establish strong working relationships with outside libraries, vendors and associations to ensure prompt and cost effective service;
  • develop and maintain both the physical and virtual library collections and environments;
  •  contribute data to the firm wide electronic library catalog;
  • process new materials for inclusion into physical and virtual collections;
  • resolve IT issues regarding electronic library resources involving the firm’s IT Department and external vendors as necessary;
  • create and maintain user accounts for databases systems including Lexis and Westlaw;
  • review and investigate monthly database bills and charge backs;
  • recommend and consult with stakeholders regarding new library resources; and negotiate vendor contracts, subscriptions, and services;
  • implement and supervise hardcopy and electronic current awareness services; and
  • promote and market the library information resources and services.


Master’s degree in Library and Information Science or related field and three years of experience as a Law Librarian responsible for managing library services for multi-practice and multi-jurisdictional firm or university.

Requires demonstrated experience in:

  • performing traditional and non-traditional print and electronic research including online searching using Lexis, Westlaw, Law360, BNA, CCH, PLC, and other online databases;
  • collecting, managing, and synthesizing information from Courthouse New Service (CNS), PACER, and other court-related websites;
  • performing product evaluations and negotiate national contracts for library research services; and
  • analyzing and assessing finances to manage library budget.


Anyone interested can apply online at




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Internship Position at Foundation Center Library

LIBRARY INTERN (Unpaid/Credit Internship)

FOUNDATION CENTER (, the nation’s leading authority on philanthropy, seeks an innovative, self-motivated, and user-oriented library intern to provide assistance with knowledge management, collections development, and resource sharing projects in the Center’s Atlanta library/learning center during the 2015 fall semester. The internship will require a commitment of 120 hours during the semester (minimum of 10 and maximum of 20 hours per week). A stipend of $5 to $15 will be provided for each day.

This is ideal work experience for someone interested in a career in librarianship, (particularly in special libraries) and/or the nonprofit sector. Learning opportunities include:

Career exploration

  • Exposure to the processes and systems involved in the day-to-day management of a library providing services to the public;
  • Exposure to programming practices and marketing techniques;
  • Exposure to collection development methods and procedures;
  • Exposure to the specialized body of literature published on the subjects of nonprofit management and fundraising.

Skill development

  • Experience in collection development and resource management, including developing policies and procedures for new services;
  • Experience in organizing information using a content management system;
  • Experience in marketing and promotion of library resources, including the use of social media platforms;
  • Experience in the use of the Foundation Center’s Foundation Directory Online, the nation’s leading database for researching foundations and their grants, as well as other research tools and databases;
  • As scheduling allows, complimentary enrollment in related Foundation Center training workshops.

Key duties/projects

  • Develop policies and procedures for use in implementing resource sharing services between the Center’s five library/learning centers and the public;
  • Update existing GrantSpace Knowledge Base items and compose articles on new topics as necessary;
  • Respond to public questions and comments submitted through the Center’s GrantSpace portal;
  • Coordinate marketing of services to Center patrons through social media, including use of Hootsuite, blog platforms, Facebook, etc.
  • Provide virtual coverage of the Atlanta office’s special programs through methods such as live tweeting, live streaming, video editing, and/or comment moderation;
  • Curate the Center’s YouTube collection of educational presentations and create shorter, highlight videos from full recordings.
  • Additional tasks on an as-needed basis.


Candidates must be currently enrolled in or have recently graduated from an ALA-accredited master’s program. The successful candidate will possess excellent written and oral communication skills, strong research capabilities, and core knowledge of collection development practices. Experience using a range of social media platforms and demonstrated interest in special libraries and/or nonprofit organizations preferred.

Email: (Please put the title of the position you are applying for in the subject line)

Please do not telephone.

For more information on positions available at the Foundation Center please visit our website:

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Career Opportunity: Library Research Specialist, King & Spalding, Atlanta, GA

Library Research Specialist

Location:  Atlanta

Description:  The Library Research Specialist works with a team of research librarians to
provide in-depth legal, business, and competitive intelligence research to lawyers and staff
throughout the firm. The main focus of this position is conducting competitive intelligence
research and analysis designed to further the strategic initiatives and business development goals
of the firm.

Candidates will have the following skills and responsibilities:

• Provide comprehensive research and preliminary analysis on legal and non-legal topics using a
wide variety of print and electronic resources.
• Work closely with practice groups and marketing staff to provide actionable competitive
intelligence by using external and internal resources to synthesize research into highly usable and
concise reports.
• Conduct extensive research in online resources including, but not limited to, Westlaw, Lexis,
CourtLink, PACER, Capital IQ, Intelligize, Dun & Bradstreet, IntelliConnect, and Bloomberg.
• Advise lawyers and staff on appropriate sources and strategies to successfully complete
research tasks in a timely and cost-effective manner.
• Provide current awareness services to monitor clients, industries and competitors.
• Participate in evaluating new research products and services.
• Train lawyers and staff of all experience levels in the use of print and electronic library
• Possess outstanding customer-service and organizational skills necessary to successfully manage
multiple research requests in a fast-paced environment with competing deadlines.
• Maintain a positive and highly professional relationship with all levels of firm personnel to
promote trust and confidence in the provision of library research services.

• BA or BS degree from an accredited college or university.
• Advanced degree in library science, law, or business; or an equivalent combination of training,
education and experience that demonstrates the ability to perform the duties of the position.
• Ability to serve on-call on a rotating basis and to support research requests after business
hours including weekends and holidays.
• Prior legal or law firm experience is desirable.

To apply: Please apply directly on the King & Spalding job site at: ID=*CE8804342D39B11B

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