JOB: User Experience Librarian, Stanford University

Working under the supervision of Head of Access Services, the User Experience Librarian is responsible for observing and analyzing usage patterns, discovering customer preferences, and reporting on emerging trends. This position will make recommendations for improvements and innovations in the provision of library services and resources, and in the design and features of library spaces and interfaces.

In addition, the User Experience Librarian supervises library specialists and provides oversight of Circulation Desk operations, including, but not limited to, scanning and faculty borrowing services. Access Services specialists process open-shelf reserves, provide stacks maintenance support, and fulfill scan and deliver requests. This position may work Circulation service points, as needed.

Stanford Law School, on the campus of one of the world’s leading research universities, offers unmatched opportunities. We are known for our collegial culture, intimate and egalitarian. In this close-knit community, collaboration and the open exchange of ideas are essential to life and learning. Students, faculty, staff, alumni — all support and inspire each other to explore, excel and contribute to the world through law. At SLS, we are driven by a passion for new ideas and a commitment to transformative solutions. The Robert Crown Law Library, primarily serving Stanford Law School, seeks a User Experience Librarian who will provide excellent library services to the Law School and to the greater Stanford Community.

For more information, or to apply, go to: Stanford Career Search page.