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Email: imdept(at)stkate.edu
Phone: 651-690-6802/651-690-6431
Fax: 651-690-8724

Please send job and internship announcements to the MLIS Program at imdept@stkate.edu

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Friday, November 21, 2014

St. Kate’s SLA Student Group Silent Auction Call for Items

On Monday, December 8, 2014, the St. Kate's Special Library Association Student Group will be hosting a Silent Auction fundraiser at the SLA Holiday Party to raise funds for a scholarship to help send a St. Kate's MLIS student to the 2015 SLA Annual Conference in Boston.

We need your help with donations!

  • Hand-crafted items - jewelry, purses, scarves, quilt
  • Gift baskets - wine/liquor, bath items, BBQ tools
  • Tickets to sporting or cultural events - MN Wild, MN Twins, Guthrie
  • Memberships - museums, cultural
  • Photography or Artwork
  • An hour of housecleaning service or some babysitting
  • Gift certificates - Gas Stations, Restaurants, coffee/tea shops, movie theaters, book retailers, pet stores, craft stores, Home Depot, Best Buy, any place you frequent
  • Anything YOU WOULD like to bid on!

Donations Needed by Thursday, December 4th

Inform us of your donation:

Contact Eddy Morrow (esmorrow@stkate.edu or 612.9612.2377)
Drop off your donation in the MLIS office (collection box near reception desk) OR
Schedule a pickup (esmorrow@stkate.edu or 612.961.2377)

Monday, November 17, 2014

HCL Internship Opportunity


Information Services Internship
Opening Date: 11/21/14
Closing Date:   12/19/14
Job Type: Internship

Locations:
Hennepin County Library - Ridgedale Library, 12601 Ridgedale Drive, Minnetonka, Minnesota
Hennepin County Library - Minneapolis Central, 300 Nicollet Mall, Minneapolis, Minnesota

The Position
Information Programs and Services coordinate information and reference services provided in library buildings, online, and in the community. We work with services to readers of all ages. Our services include reference and information, digital literacy, and web content.

This unpaid internship takes place from January – May 2015, 8 - 16 hours per week. It can be used for college credit or work experience.

Wednesday, November 12, 2014

MLIS Spring 2015 and J-Term 2015 Registration Begins 11-17-14

Registration for J-Term 2015Spring 2015 begins November 17, 2014 at 6am for those with 23 or more credits; November 18 for those with 10-22 credits; and November 19 for those with 0-9 credits. 

Register using the online registration system via Kateway. Check courses prerequisites and take care of any holds before signing up for classes.

Course Dates: J-Term: January 5 - 31, 2015 & Spring: February 2 - May 22, 2015.

Schedules can be found on the internal MLIS and Registrar's websites.





Monday, November 10, 2014

POSTPONED: A Day in the Life: Panel with Recent Graduates in Non-Traditional Libraries

NOTE: The event for tonight has been postponed due to the weather.

On Monday, November 10th, please join the St. Kate’s ALASC and SLA student groups to hear a panel of recent St. Kate's alumni talk about their work in special libraries and non-traditional fields. They will share how they found their current positions, what a typical day involves for them, and which of their student experiences benefited them most as they entered the job market. Panelists include:
  • Andrew Crow, Knowledge Consultant Librarian, Allina
  • Natalie Reynolds, Digital Librarian, SpliceTV (former)
  • Amelia Snetting, Creative Assets & Archives Specialist, DAHL Consulting, Inc.
  • Margit Wilson, Assistant Librarian, Walker Art Center
  • Kathryn Zielski, Community Engagement Librarian, Third Iron
The program will be held in CdC 20, beginning at 6:00pm. Snacks will be served!

Wednesday, November 5, 2014

North Memorial Medical Library Internship

The North Memorial Medical Library would like to offer a Library Science student the opportunity to gain exposure to the field of medical librarianship.

About North Memorial:

North Memorial is a Level I Trauma Center located in Robbinsdale, Minnesota.  North Memorial’s Medical Library is staffed by a part-time professional librarian and a part-time technician.  The Library’s goal is to provide Library users e.g. physicians and clinicians valuable information to assist in their work of patient care.

Internship Details:
POSITION:                 Library Internship, unpaid
HOURS:                     Predominately would occur on Wednesdays
Time and length of shift would be flexible and negotiable
Length of internship negotiable
START DATE:                        Negotiable
DUTIES:                     Internship duties would include, but not be limited to:
        • Check in and process new materials e.g. books and journals
        • Shelve books and journals
        • Process Inter-Library loan requests
        • Locate, copy, and distribute articles for Library users
        • Send out overdue notices for checked-out materials
        • Inventory physical collections
        • Shift and weed collections as directed
        • Update holdings
        • Assist with cleanliness and orderliness of library space
        • Keep printers stocked with paper and toner
        • Order supplies as directed
        • Other duties as assigned
HOSPITAL CONTACT:        Dawn Krist, MSLIS, BSN, RN
                                                Medical Librarian

                                                763-581-4743

Law Library Technical Services Coordinator

Immediate opening for Bloomington law firm library technical services position.

DUTIES:  Acquisitions, ordering, cataloging, and processing of books and other library materials, using the automated functions of the library’s integrated library system. Administrative duties include mail and invoice processing, routing, and 2-3 hours/wk  of loose-leaf filing and general collection maintenance. Assists with library budget and reporting.

SKILLS and EXPERIENCE: Familiar with legal print and online resources. Technical services experience including cataloging, acquisitions, print serials. Knowledge of EOS ILS and Onelog a plus.

HOURS:  25-30 hours/wk



How to Apply: Phone or email resume to:

        Kathleen Bedor
        Ph: 612-823-3945

Tuesday, November 4, 2014

Records Management Assistant

The person selected for this position will be working in our corporate records center in Minneapolis. This position will support practices outlined in our records management policies, assist staff, and manage processes in support of the records management system.

The work will include:
·        Assisting users with requests for information and in locating a variety of information for their use in completing project work
·        Organizing and filing electronic and paper project file materials; processing and data entry of incoming information and applying classification schemes so records are handled using established controls and practices
·        Requesting and transferring materials to off-site storage
·        Helping in the orientation, training and cross-training of new employees and users and supporting branch office records management services
·        Providing network file maintenance services to protect the integrity of the organizational structure and records
·        Assisting with legal hold processes
·        Maintaining and updating the operating procedures of the records center
·        Ensuring adequate levels of supplies are maintained for records center personnel

Thursday, October 30, 2014

ASSISTANT LIBRARIAN (Class #9715)

University of MN - Crookston LIBRARY

POSITION: Full-time, 10-month position, annual renewable position in the Library at the Crookston campus of the University of Minnesota starting October 20, 2014 as soon as possible thereafter. Salary commensurate with qualifications and experience. An excellent fringe benefits package is offered.

RESPONSIBILITIES: Under general direction, plans, organizes and directs the ordering, cataloging, and processing of library materials and the automated functions of the library system. Work involves placing orders for library materials and receiving and checking shipments from publishers, cataloging materials, and making materials shelf-ready and maintaining the library's automated system. Specific job duties include: Catalogs library materials. Establishes monitors and evaluates overall program of service for Technical Services department. Develops implements and evaluates policies and procedures for Technical Services. Develops and maintains the library automation system and automated administrative functions. Manages all electronic resources processes including web access, electronic journal access, library OPAC, and e-books. Performs related work as required.