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Thursday, July 27, 2017

Business Research Coordinator, Temp, Orrick (Various incl. NY)

(Orrick has an NYC office and will consider it as a location for this position.)

Business Research Coordinator, TemporaryOrrick, Herrington & Sutcliffe LLPLocation: Wheeling, WV or Any US office
Job#199389

Orrick currently has an excellent opportunity for a temporary Business Research Coordinator. This position will be located preferably in the Global Operations Center in Wheeling, WV. We will consider other Orrick US Office locations.

Orrick is again one of the Fortune 100 Best Companies to Work For, the annual list that recognizes companies with extraordinary workplace cultures. Selected among hundreds of companies that Fortune considered this year, Orrick is one of only five law firms to make the 2017 list.

Responsibilities:As a Temporary Research Coordinator, your primary responsibility will be to coordinate and handle research requests from members of Orrick's Marketing and Sales teams, as well as Orrick attorney’s, staff and other internal departments.

Using the necessary databases, both external and internal, you will also provide basic research for some requests.

         You will handle the process of compiling information from a several internal departments at Orrick, including, but not limited to, Reports, Finance, Conflicts, R&I and KM and organizing this information into a finalized deliverable.
         You will provide some business research assistance using a variety of internal and external databases and resources, such as experience and relationship databases, BoardEx, LinkedIn, Monitor Suite, etc.
         You will participate in special projects as assigned by the Business Research Manager.

Qualifications:         Bachelor's degree in Business, Library Sciences, English, Journalism, or other communications-related discipline required
         You will have experience within a professional services or corporate environment; law firm experience preferred, especially project management experience
         Knowledge of web research techniques; database skills and familiarity with some standard market research sources
         Excellent computer and Internet skills. Proficient in Microsoft Word, PowerPoint, and Excel. Experience with document management systems preferred.
         Ability to adapt to a changing environment and to approach problems with a sense of ownership, enthusiasm, flexibility and innovation required.
         Experience in working and communicating (written and orally) with lawyers and other professional staff required
         High level of initiative and independent thinking required
         You will possess excellent interpersonal and oral/written communication skills
         Highly motivated and enthusiastic
         Possess the ability to work in a rapidly changing environment
         You will be able to consistently meet deadlines
         Detail oriented
         Demonstrated customer focus and customer service orientation

Orrick is a leading global law firm with a particular focus on serving companies in the technology, energy and financial sectors. We are recognized worldwide for delivering the highest-quality, legal advice and for our culture of innovation and collaboration.

Our formula for success is simple—we provide the highest quality service to our clients and we hire the brightest and most talented individuals at every level. As an employer of choice we will provide our employees with challenging work, training opportunities, a team oriented culture, and the opportunity to work with the best talent in the legal profession.

Our Global Operations Center in Wheeling, West Virginia, is home to more than 300 members. Established more than a decade ago, it was the first centralized administrative operation in a major law firm.
Orrick offers a friendly work environment, competitive salary, and excellent benefits.

Please visit www.orrick.com for more information about the firm.

To submit your resume and cover letter for this position, please visit our Paralegal and Professional Staff listing at www.orrick.com/careers/. Please include your salary expectations in your cover letter. Submissions without salary expectations may not be considered.

No phone calls please.

All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, sex, color, religion, national origin, sexual orientation, gender identity, protected veteran status, or on the basis of disability.

Consistent with the SF Fair Chance Ordinance, an arrest and conviction record will not automatically disqualify a qualified applicant from consideration.

Qualified applicants with criminal histories will be considered for the position in a manner consistent with the requirements of the Los Angeles Fair Chance Initiative for Hiring
  

Wednesday, July 26, 2017

F/T - Special Project Librarian, Mem'l Sloan Kettering (NY)

Special Project Librarian

The Medical Library at Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center seeks a current MLS student or recent graduate for a full-time (“contract”) position supporting Synapse <https://synapse.mskcc.org>, MSK’s institutional repository of publications.  Responsibilities include:

·         Entering and editing data in the database
·         Searching the web for authoritative sources of publication information
·         Investigating data discrepancies and contacting database vendors
·         Analyzing gray literature and other obscure and non-standardized publications
·         Exploring internal and external resources to identify authors and their affiliations
·         Comparing records to identify and resolve duplicates
·         Maintaining clear documentation for pending cases and system errors
·         Working with the other Special Project Librarians to balance the daily workload and continue developing standardization rules
·         Other tasks as assigned

The candidate will also be responsible for covering a 4-hr shift at the reference desk, as well as other shifts as needed.  This includes answering phones, checking materials in/out, helping clients locate print and digital collections, monitoring physical spaces, and maintaining printers, photocopiers and other library equipment.  The position pays an hourly rate with limited benefits.  Hours are Monday thru Friday, 9am-5pm.

Requirements:
·         At least 12 credits completed towards a Master's degree in Library Science from an ALA accredited program
·         Ability to work both collaboratively and independently
·         Ability to maintain focus and attention to detail regardless of task
·         Adaptable to changing work environments and departmental priorities
·         Excellent oral and written communication skills

Preferred:  Experience working with institutional repositories, research databases and integrated library systems

Interested applicants should send their resumes to the attention of:  Bernadette Joe (joeb@mskcc.org)

Tuesday, July 25, 2017

F/T - Computer Services Librarian, Bryant Library (NY)

COMPUTER DEPARTMENT
Computer Services Librarian
Full-Time Librarian I Position Available

PURPOSE: Seeking an enthusiastic, knowledgeable, and flexible Reference Librarian who will provide support for the Library’s computer services and who will participate in the instruction of technology related training of staff and public.

MAJOR RESPONSIBILITES:

 Provide assistance to patrons with reference and reader’s advisory through print and Electronic Databases.
 Plan, evaluate and assist with the budget preparation of databases.
 Liaison between Reference and Circulation Department to ensure that the flow of library materials is accomplished quickly and accurately.  Enhance and maintain the Library’s website, database pages, and social media outlets.  Maintain and update vendor list and statistical information of Library’s databases.
 Process interlibrary loan requests through OCLC.
 Provide online instruction/classes to staff to keep them current on databases, and other online resources and services including social media and trends in information technology.
 Maintain the Reference Wiki.
 Reference liaison with the Computer Support Technician to maintain the computers and supplies.
 Regular Schedule at the Reference Desk including one weekday evening, one Saturday and Sundays as needed.

QUALIFICATIONS:

 MLS from an A.L.A. accredited school.
 At least 2 years of relevant professional experience.
 Excellent computer skills including software programs.
 Knowledge of Innovative Interfaces, Inc. (Sierra) our integrated library system.
 Experience with Web design and Microsoft Office required, 3D Printer experience a plus.
 Demonstrate organizational and technological skills as related to libraries.
 Strong written and oral communication skills and the ability to form effective working relations with the staff and public.
 Commitment to excellent customer service.

MINIMUM STARTING SALARY: $65,126 This is not a Civil Service position.

Email Resume by Monday, August 7 to Joan Casson Sauer, Assistant Director, The Bryant Library, 2 Paper Mill Road, Roslyn, NY 11576 Email: jobsref@bryantlibrary.org
Please put Computer Services in the email subject line and DO NOT FAX RESUMES.

Rosetta Implementation & Migration Mgr, Ctr for Jewish History (NY)

Rosetta Implementation and Migration Manager


Overview

The Center for Jewish History is a collaborative home to five partner institutions: the American Jewish Historical Society, American Sephardi Federation, Leo Baeck Institute, Yeshiva University Museum and YIVO Institute for Jewish Research. The Center and its five partners serve the worldwide academic communities and the general public with combined holdings of over 30,000 linear feet of archival documents, a half million books, and thousands of photographs, artifacts, paintings and textiles – the largest repository documenting the Jewish experience outside Israel.  The provision of access and preservation oriented services to the collections is core to the Center for Jewish History’s mission on behalf of researchers and the partner organizations.

The Center for Jewish History seeks a project manager for the implementation of the Ex Libris digital preservation management system, Rosetta. Implementation will include preparation for and comprehensive migration from Ex Libris digital asset management system, DigiTool, which currently holds over 3.5 million digital objects and associated metadata, totaling over 40 TB of material. Implementation will also include training partner staff on the new system, facilitating interoperability between descriptive and preservation systems, and collaboratively developing workflows to support the ongoing deposit of digitized material into the new system.

The Rosetta Implementation and Migration Manager will report to the Senior Manager for Metadata and Discovery. Metadata and Discovery Services is tasked with coordinating the interoperability and integration between Center systems that control, describe, preserve, and provide access to the rich physical and digital holdings of the five Partner institutions. The successful candidate will work closely with department members in Metadata and Discovery Services, the Center’s Information Technology Department, vendors, and stakeholders in the Center and Partner community to ensure that born-digital and digitized material will be preserved in perpetuity. The position will be a permanent addition to the department

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Job Description

Title:
Rosetta Implementation and Migration Manager
Salary:
Commensurate with experience
Hours:
35 hours per week
Duration:
Permanent, employed at will
Reports to:
Senior Manager for Metadata and Discovery
Job purpose:
Preparation for and management of the migration to and implementation of Ex Libris’ Rosetta, including training Center and Partner staff and day-to-day operations of the digital preservation management system.
Main Duties

Manage short and long term benchmarks for migration and implementation of Rosetta, the Center’s new digital preservation management system.
Serve as primary contact with Ex Libris project team to assertively communicate regarding Center preparedness and preparation for implementation, including needs, expected outcomes, limitations, and problems with Center’s Digitool dataset and entities during implementation.

Work in collaboration with Center Implementation Project Team and Partner Liaisons to prepare for migration from Digitool to Rosetta, including but not limited to metadata preparation for import into Aleph integrated library system; deletion or segregation of digital entities not migrating to the new system; data modeling and load analysis; and customizing transformations for migration.

Participate in Ex Libris training and experiment using Rosetta with an eye to developing and supplementing documentation for depositing both migrated and new material into the system. After Ex Libris training is complete, train Center and relevant Partner staff on workflows for depositing new material into Rosetta’s permanent repository.

Once successful implementation of Rosetta is complete, manage day-to-day operations of the system, including troubleshooting problems; assisting with staff questions; and continuing to improve the workflow for the deposit of material and interoperability with other Center systems.

Participate in special projects to promote and increase access to digital material held in the Center systems and other duties commensurate with the position, including project-based work both external to Center systems and within Center subsystems.

Stay abreast of developments and professional best practices in digital asset management, digital preservation, and related topics.

Education and experience

ALA-accredited graduate degree or accredited graduate degree in another appropriate discipline, such as computer science, project management, digital preservation and curation, or archival science with a specialization in digital archives.

Proven track record managing projects from planning to completion, preferably, in an implementation environment or adoption of new technology or platform in a library, archival, or museum setting.

Extensive experience working and thinking in Extensible Mark-up Language (XML), including developing and modifying Extensible Stylesheet Language Transformations (XSLT); schemas like Metadata Encoding and Transmission Standard (METS); and MARC data in an XML environment (MARCXML).

Proficiency working on digital access and preservation projects in a library, museum, archive or similar environment with increasingly complex or substantive work depositing or ingesting material into a digital repository as well as correcting issues associated placing material in a digital repository.

Familiarity with current standards used in libraries, archives, and museums for description and preservation, including Dublin Core, MAchine-Readable Cataloging (MARC), Resource Description and Access (RDA), and Encoded Archival Description (EAD).

Requisite skills

Essential           Commitment to working in and fostering a collaborative environment with diverse stakeholders of varying levels of expertise in the preservation and description of born-digital and digitized material.

Ability to devise own objectives, meet deadlines, and see projects through to completion.
                             Knowledge of and aptitude for articulating digital preservation best practices for born-digital and digitized material.

Ability to communicate effectively and collaboratively with capacity to translate from vendor to ordinary language, and where necessary expand, design, or articulate workflows for purpose of documentation and training others.

 Preferred         Experience working with databases and utilities such as Oracle and SQL*Plus, or database management systems like MySQL.

                           Comfort using and administering digital asset management systems, integrated library systems and/or database management systems, especially Ex Libris products Aleph, DigiTool, or Rosetta.

Understanding of library systems structure and environments, including interoperability between systems and how systems communicate via protocols, especially OAI-PMH.
Familiarity with Linux operating system, such as Red Hat.


Review of applications will begin immediately.  Applications will be accepted until the position is filled.  Send cover letter, resume, and contact information for three references to Eric Fritzler, Senior Manager for Metadata and Discovery, at eafritzler@cjh.org.  No phone calls please.



Thursday, July 20, 2017

Collections Mgt Lib, NYC Coll of Tech-CUNY (NY)

Collections Management Librarian, Instructor or Assistant Professor, NYC College of Technology, CUNY

The Ursula C. Schwerin Library, New York City College of Technology, CUNY, seeks a tenure-track library faculty member at the Instructor or Assistant Professor rank to serve as Collections Management Librarian. The successful candidate will coordinate collection development and acquisitions, including planning, budgeting, and assessment, for library materials in all formats, and oversee the collections activities of library subject specialists. The Collections Management Librarian will also offer reference service and be responsible for designated areas of collection development. All members of the library faculty must maintain a record of excellence in librarianship, scholarly achievement, and service. The Ursula C. Schwerin Library is committed to enhancing our multicultural and diverse academic community by actively encouraging people with disabilities, minorities, veterans, and women to apply. 

The Collections Management Librarian will:

- Plan, coordinate, and evaluate procedures for the development of library materials collections (books, electronic resources, serials, films, etc.). Assess collections and inform decision-making based on data analysis and feedback from the college community. Oversee deaccessioning and all collections decisions.

- Oversee library materials acquisitions and monitor expenditures. Prepare and maintain library department budget requests for the college administration. Establish and maintain relationships with college business office personnel, publishers, and vendors.

- Chair the library’s Collection Development Committee. In consultation with committee members, develop budgets for all library materials, and develop and revise the library’s collection development policy. Coordinate and oversee the collection activities of library subject specialists, and align collection priorities with the City Tech curriculum.

- Supervise one full-time support staff and occasional part-time staff.

- Provide comprehensive reference consultation and instruction to members of the college community in person and online. Develop and maintain broad knowledge of resources in general reference areas as well as City Tech degree fields.

- Work as subject specialist in assigned areas to evaluate, select, and deselect library materials. Responsibilities include appropriate and timely expenditures, website content creation in areas of specialization, and communication and consultation with subject faculty regarding resources and services, including information literacy and instruction. 

- Perform other duties as assigned.

REQUIRED QUALIFICATIONS 

- Master's in Library and Information Science (MLS/MLIS) or closely related discipline from an ALA-accredited institution
- A second master’s degree OR doctorate is required for appointment as Assistant Professor; if appointed as Instructor, the candidate will be expected to complete an additional graduate degree within 5 years
- Experience in technical services, collection development, acquisitions, or related field
- An interest in scholarship or creative achievement appropriate for a tenure-track position
- Excellent attention to detail and procurement deadlines
- Strong oral and written communication skills, and strong analytical, organizational, and planning skills 
- Excellent interpersonal and leadership qualities, a commitment to collaboration and mutual respect, and the ability to work efficiently and effectively on shared projects and committees in our multicultural library and college/university community

PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS

- Experience working in an academic or research library
- Experience with vendors and content providers, including subscription agents, publishers, and library consortia
- Background, experience, or degree in STEM fields, especially health sciences or engineering technologies
- Familiarity with current trends in scholarly communication, including open access publishing and open educational resources
- Familiarity with assessment practices in libraries and higher education
- Familiarity with information and instructional technologies
- Familiarity with Aleph and OCLC

New York City College of Technology (City Tech), City University of New York, is the largest public baccalaureate college of technology in the Northeast. The college awards both associate and baccalaureate degrees that allow graduates to pursue careers in the architectural and engineering technologies, the computer, entertainment, and health professions, human services, advertising and publishing, hospitality, business, and law-related professions, as well as programs in career and technical teacher education.

City Tech’s Ursula C. Schwerin Library is integral to the educational mission of the college, and fosters connections with and supports students, faculty, and staff in their academic pursuits. Library faculty and staff are committed to student success as we implement and acquire those services and resources that will have the greatest positive impact on the diverse City Tech community. As members of an academic department in the college, library faculty at City Tech and CUNY are represented by the Professional Staff Congress union (http://psc-cuny.org). 

Candidates should provide a cover letter, CV, statement of scholarly interests, and contact information for three references as one document.

You can view and apply for this job at:  
https://home.cunyfirst.cuny.edu/psp/cnyepprd/GUEST/HRMS/c/HRS_HRAM.HRS_CE.GBL?Page=HRS_CE_JOB_DTL&Action=A&JobOpeningId=17072&SiteId=1&PostingSeq=1


Wednesday, July 19, 2017

Instructional Design Librarian, Touro College (NY)

Touro College is seeking an Instructional Design Librarian for its Midtown Library.


JOB SUMMARY:
In collaboration with the Library Information Literacy Director, the Instructional Design Librarian will interact with students and faculty, and participate in creating an active instructional program. The librarian will teach both on ground and online classes at both undergraduate and graduate levels.

JOB RESPONSIBILITIES:
Responsibilities include but are not limited to:

  • Teaches information literacy and research skills classes in face-to-face and online learning environments, including a semester course
  • Develops lesson plans, tutorials and videos
  • Manages the library’s Social Media platforms
  • Assists in incorporating information literacy into the curriculum
  • Assists in assessing students’ information literacy skills
  • Occasional evening hours
  • Performs other duties as assigned by supervisor
REQUIREMENTS:

Education, Preparation, and Training
  • Degree Master’s Degree from an ALA-accredited institution
  • At least __2_______years of instruction experience in an academic library 

Skills
  • Experience working with a diverse student and faculty population
  • Understanding the emerging technologies and their applications in an academic library environment
  • Demonstrated knowledge of learning theory and information literacy trends
  • Effective communication, interpersonal, and organizational skills
  • Comfortable in writing and editing for grammar and punctuation 
  • Familiarity with learning management systems, such as Blackboard
  • Familiarity with web conferencing software, such as Adobe Connect or Zoom
  • Skilled in creating and maintaining content management systems, such as  LibGuides
  • Creativity, flexibility and the ability to work in a team based environment is important
  • Experience in instructional design, web and multimedia technologies, including production tools like Camtasia is preferred

 Physical Demands
  • Extensive Use of Computers
  • Extensive time sitting and standing
  • Able to lift up to 5 lbs
Computer Skills
Proficiency in Microsoft Office Suite including Word, Excel, Power Point, Outlook

Travel
  • Travel to Touro sites may be required

If interested, please send cover letter and resume to Sara Tabaei at sara.tabaei@touro.edu.

Tuesday, July 18, 2017

Project Archivist-Henry R Luce Papers, NY Hist'l Soc (NY)

Job title: Project Archivist, Henry R. Luce Papers (9 months, full-time, grant-funded position) 

Division: Library 

Reports to: Head of Archival Processing 

Preferred start date: August 2017 


The New-York Historical Society, a preeminent educational and research institution, is home to both New York City’s oldest museum and to one of the nation’s most distinguished independent research libraries. N-YHS is dedicated to presenting exhibitions and public programs, and fostering research that reveal the dynamism of history and its influence on the world of today. Founded in 1804, its holdings cover four centuries of American history, and include one of the world’s greatest collections of books, manuscripts, graphic materials, historical artifacts, and American art documenting the history of the United States as seen through the prism of New York. Among its most important recent acquisitions are the vast archive of Time Inc. and the related personal papers of Time’s co-founder, Henry R. Luce (1898-1967). 

Job Summary: 
The New-York Historical Society Library is seeking an experienced Project Archivist to work on a 9 month project to process the Henry R. Luce papers in order to make them accessible to researchers and the general public. The Luce papers include about 100 linear feet of correspondence, speeches and other public remarks, itineraries, photographs, financial records, and other documents concerning this major 20th century publisher and influential voice on American politics and foreign policy. In addition to the Luce papers, the project will also include processing some other collections related to Luce and Time, Inc. 

Education: 
 ALA-accredited MLIS or equivalent degree, with concentration in archival studies 

Skills and Experience: 
 A minimum of two years’ experience as a professional archivist arranging and describing archival materials 
 Knowledge of mid-20th century American history, its principal figures and relation to global events 
 Demonstrated ability to perceive important subject matter within a large collection and describe it effectively within set time constraints 
 Knowledge of and experience with archival standards and best practices, such as DACS and Library of Congress headings 
 Strong written, oral and interpersonal communication skills 
 Experience working with Archivists’ Toolkit or ArchivesSpace
 Ability to work independently within a collaborative workplace team structure

Essential Job Duties:
 Describe the collection in a sufficiently thorough manner to identify for potential
users the many strengths of the material, particularly in terms of correspondents and
subject matter.
 Document the collection in a collection management system, Archivists’ Toolkit or
ArchivesSpace.
 Physically process the collection including refoldering and rehousing portions of it.
 Generate a DACS-compliant, on-line finding aid for the collection.
 Establish name and subject access terms with controlled vocabularies.
 Write occasional blogs about documents found in the collection.
 Maintain a pace of work that accomplishes the project’s processing and descriptive
goals within the set timeframe.

Physical Demands:
The position requires the ability to lift and carry for short distances storage boxes weighing
up to 40 lbs.

Compensation:
$37,500 for the 9 month project. Attractive benefits package.

To apply:
Send cover letter, resume, the names and contact information of three references, and a
finding aid writing sample (or a link to an on-line sample) to resumes@nyhistory.org. In the
subject line please reference the job title.

The New-York Historical Society is an Equal Opportunity Employer.





Friday, July 14, 2017

R&I Operations Specialist I, Orrick (Various, Incl. NYC)

(Orrick has an NYC office and will consider it as a location for this position.)


R&I Operations Specialist I (Electronic Services)
Orrick, Herrington & Sutcliffe LLP
Location: Various Job# 199398

Orrick currently has an opening for an R&I Operations Specialist I (Electronic Services). This position will be located preferably in the Global Operations Center in Wheeling, WV. We will consider other Orrick U.S. Office locations.

Orrick is again one of the Fortune 100 Best Companies to Work For, the annual list that recognizes companies with extraordinary workplace cultures. Selected among hundreds of companies that Fortune considered this year, Orrick is one of only five law firms to make the 2017 list.

Responsibilities:

The R&I Operations Specialist is primarily responsible for facilitating and improving access to and control over the firm’s electronic information resources. You will enhance attorney and staff ability to utilize practice-specific resources using numerous methods, including training and the development and promotion of electronic finding aids like intranet portal pages and the library catalog. You will also assist in the management and oversight of information resources by identifying and implementing process efficiencies, supporting specialized databases, and generating a variety of customized reports.

• Provides access to awareness of practice-specific resources, using the library catalog and other discovery tools as appropriate.

• You will coordinate all activities having to do with the library’s automated system, including maintaining and supporting catalog integrity, user interface, and improving software functionality.

• You will gather, maintain, and report metrics (including usage) from integrated library system and research tracking software.

• You will craft, edit, and update standardized cataloging records for electronic and Internet resources.

• You will work with global R&I team to continuously update and enhance the department’s internal web portal and firm intranet site.

• Troubleshoots online access and technical issues; assists with administration of firm-wide contracts, password administration, cost recovery and analysis of database usage.

• Maintains effective relations with the providers of the firm's electronic resources.

• You will assist with preparing training for R&I staff on online subscription resources and the library automated system, including creating customized training guides and setting up trials of new online resources.

• You will help with accurate and updated documentation of electronic services processes.

Qualifications:

• M.L.S., M.L.I.S. or equivalent from ALA-accredited school preferred or a demonstrated equivalent combination of education and experience.

• 1-3 years of experience, preferably in a law firm library; experience in electronic services or technical services desired.

• Knowledge of legal research resources and online databases.

• Demonstrated expertise with integrated library systems.

• Knowledge of Library technical services operations, such as LC cataloging practices, serials and continuations, preferably in the legal field. 

• Experience cataloging legal materials, using OCLC, knowledge of AACR2, MARC format and LC classification.

• Competency with Windows based software (Word, Excel, and PowerPoint) required. Skills in web design including HTML coding, SharePoint, and a programming/scripting language preferred.

• Excellent project management and organizational skills.

• Strong analytical and problem solving abilities.

• Demonstrated ability to train preferred.

• High quality oral and written communications skills.

• Strong customer service principles and practices.

• Motivated, can-do individual.

Orrick is a leading global law firm with a particular focus on serving companies in the technology, energy and financial sectors. We are recognized worldwide for delivering the highest-quality legal advice and for our culture of innovation and collaboration.

Our formula for success is simple—we provide the highest quality service to our clients and we hire the brightest and most talented individuals at every level. As an employer of choice we will provide our employees with challenging work, training opportunities, team oriented culture, and the opportunity to work with the best talent in the legal profession

Our Global Operations Center in Wheeling, West Virginia, is home to more than 300 members of our team. Established more than a decade ago, it was the first centralized administrative operation in a major law firm.

Orrick offers a friendly work environment, competitive salary, and excellent benefits.

Please visit www.orrick.com for more information about the firm.

To submit your resume and cover letter for this position, please visit our Paralegal and Professional Staff listing at www.orrick.com/careers/. Please include your salary expectations in your cover letter. Submissions without salary expectations may not be considered.

No phone calls please.

All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, sex, color, religion, national origin, sexual orientation, gender identity, protected veteran status, or on the basis of disability.

Consistent with the SF Fair Chance Ordinance, an arrest and conviction record will not automatically disqualify a qualified applicant from consideration.


Qualified applicants with criminal histories will be considered for the position in a manner consistent with the requirements of the Los Angeles Fair Chance Initiative for Hiring.






Thursday, July 13, 2017

Information Research Consultant (Chase Cost Mgt) (NY)

Chase Cost Management (CCM), an LAC Group company is looking for an Information Research Consultant for a cost management services firm in New York. The Information Research Consultant will be working with a team in assisting in the review and optimization of spend on electronic and print information legal resources. This individual will be responsible for identifying and implementing effective, customized strategies that will provide optimization and control costs of these resources to clients. 
 
RESPONSIBILITIES 

  • Conceptualize all aspects of client project plan and take responsibility for development of client and vendor strategy with the goals of maximizing efficiency and cost savings.
  • Leverage past experiences and internal company knowledge to determine opportunities.
  • Negotiate with vendors on behalf of clients.
  • Develop concise and complex analyses, and prepare high quality deliverables.
  • Build quantitative models and interpret results.
  • Create written report and monthly audits.
  • Oversee client relationship and the progress of the program to ensure service and quality requirements are met.
  • Support sales processes and provide internal initiative support.
QUALIFICATIONS 
  • Bachelor’s degree from an accredited school is required. Masters in Library Science and/or JD is a plus.
  • 3+ years of experience in managing legal information resources, procurement/purchasing, and/or statistical/data analysis in a legal or consulting environment is preferred.
  • Ability to take responsibility for the successful strategy, development and execution of assigned programs to maximize efficiency and cost savings for clients.
  • Excellent written and oral communication skills to identify and discuss objectives, issues and results.
  • Ability to meet tight project deadlines.
  • Advanced skills in MS Excel, MS Word and MS Outlook required. Proficiency in Salesforce operation and reporting strongly preferred.
To Apply: