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Interim Assistant Dean

(Law Library and Information Technology Services)
Louisiana State University

Louisiana State University (LSU) invites nominations and applications for the position of Interim Assistant Dean for the Law Library and Information Technology Services. The Interim Assistant Dean will serve temporarily while a national search is conducted for a replacement.   The Interim Assistant Dean will be the senior administrative officer of the LSU Law Library, reporting to the LSU Law Dean, and, in accordance with the American Association of Law Schools accreditation standard, will be a member of the law faculty.

Responsibilities include providing direction, development, implementation and evaluation of all aspects of library services; oversight of librarians with faculty status, library and IT staff, and an effective budget of over $1.5 million; leadership of the Law Center’s library and information technology department.

Requirements: Applicants and nominees must hold a law degree and a degree in library and information science. The successful candidate must demonstrate the capacity to advocate for the library; must foster an organizational culture based on respect, service, teamwork, personal and professional growth, and accountability; and must possess the leadership, managerial, and communication skills required to work effectively with the law library’s many constituencies. Significant experience in an academic library setting and a minimum of five years of progressively responsible management experience. Must be currently in a library tenure or tenure-track position.

Any member of the LSU Law Library community may submit a confidential nomination to Associate Dean Greg Smith at:   All nominees will be contacted and formally invited to apply.  The application deadline is Friday, August 7, 2015.  Apply online and view a more detailed ad at:


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Apply online with cover letter, resume, and three references at Applications will be accepted until position is filled.

The LSU Paul M. Hebert Law Center is an Equal Opportunity/Equal Access Employer.