State of Oregon Law Library
For a complete job description and to apply: https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/oregon/jobs/1715248/electronic-services-librarian-communications-librarian?department
Salary $4,557.00 - $7,423.00 Monthly
The State of Oregon Law Library (SOLL) seeks a creative and user-oriented individual for the position of Communications Librarian.
Located in Salem, Oregon, the SOLL serves as the principal legal research center for the Oregon appellate and trial courts, tax court, executive agencies, and citizens. It provides comprehensive legal resources to support the research of judges, clerks, and legal staff of the appellate, tax, and trial courts of the state. The library is open to the public, without charge, and provides a variety of services to lawyers and lay patrons.
This position develops and monitors the library's communications, which include its web site, mobile site, social networking profiles, print publications, and digital signage. This position serves as the staff expert on technological trends, and articulates how these trends may impact and enhance SOLL services. This position follows current user practices and preferences to anticipate the needs of judges, attorneys, agencies and the public, in a highly digital and mobile environment.
Duties & Responsibilities
Typical job duties may include, but are not limited to, the tasks listed below. Assigned tasks may be changed to accommodate workload and organizational needs.
Communication and Promotion
- Develop, implement, maintain, and analyze the library's digital presence including its website, social networking profiles, digital signage and associated print publications.
Collaborate with law librarian and other library staff to further SOLL's mission.
Guide the library team to direct website development.
Contribute design, technical, and information architecture expertise in support of digital communications.
Coordinate initiatives to promote and increase awareness of library services and programs.
Work with library colleagues, diverse patron groups and other stakeholders to develop strategies for library programming and community engagement.
Assist with the development of library marketing strategies and publicity materials.
Participate in library planning, serves on OJD and Executive Branch committees.
- Participate in professional, scholarly and service activities.