Under the direction of the Manager, Research and User Services, The Reference Librarian is responsible for providing in-person and remote legal research support and services to library users. This includes Law Society’s licensees; lawyers, paralegals and their agents, licensing candidates, Law Society and judicial staff, self-represented litigants, members of the public and other researchers. The Reference Librarian actively participates in developing web site content and web-based legal research supports. Additionally this position conducts instructional and orientation sessions and participates in the ongoing evaluation and management of the library’s print and digital collections. The reference librarian also performs other duties and tasks aligned with the Library’s mission.
Client/Customer Service Delivery
Client/Customer Service Planning
The Law Society has introduced a Distributed Workforce Model to leverage flexibility and agility, and to maximize employee productivity and engagement. Work arrangements will be determined by role and departmental requirements. The working arrangement for this position has been classified as hybrid, where the employee will regularly flex their work location between home and office. The specific application of this will be communicated to applicants contacted during the recruitment process.