Loyola University Chicago

Library

School of Law

Employment

New Full Time Job

Loyola University Chicago School of Law Library seeks a Library Assistant for its Access Services department. Primary duties include document delivery, circulation desk staffing, filing and shelving, and student supervision. Please go to the following link for a full description of duties, requirements, and to apply:

http://www.careers.luc.edu/applicants/Central?quickFind=51433


For more Loyola University Chicago job listings see the Loyola University Chicago Employment Opportunities site. [http://jobs.luc.edu/]

Student jobs:

The Law Library hires student workers throughout the year.  Most jobs are with the circulation department, where students will assist in working at the circulation desk, and keeping up with routine shelving and filing duties.  Work Study is preferred but not required.  Applications are always accepted, even when there are no specific openings.  Please contact Lucy Robbins at 312.915.6921 or lrobbi2@luc.edu for information on current openings and how to apply.

Library Fellows:

Each semester, the Library chooses four or five upper class students who have completed the Advanced Legal Research course.  If you are a law student and you have successfully completed Advanced Legal Research, please contact us about a Library Fellow position.  Library Fellows help the Reference staff with special projects and assist students during the occasional hours when no Reference Librarian is available.   This is a great opportunity to enhance your resume and your legal research skills before you graduate.  Contact Frederick LeBaron at (312) 915-6842 or flebaro@luc.edu.