The Dallas Federal Reserve seeks a Records Analyst

Records Analyst II-252880  Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas TX-Dallas

Full Time, Exempt, Regular Daytime Hours. No Travel

Job Sensitivity Tier II CC@Hire/No CC@Rescreen

ORGANIZATIONAL SUMMARY:

As part of the nation’s central bank, the Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas is committed to strengthening the economy and our communities.  At the Fed, you have the opportunity to become part of an important public service institution whose work touches lives across the globe.  It’s a big job and that’s why we need talented, results-driven professionals who care about making a difference.

POSITION SUMMARY:

The Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas is looking for a detail oriented Records Analyst II. Under minimal supervision, this position works with business units to coordinate records activities for the Eleventh District and provides analytical support, manages projects, and makes recommendations in developing, implementing, and maintaining policies and procedures for the handling of records and non-records in all media type. Also collaborates with business lines by providing direction and advice based on best practices and regulatory requirements.

RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Consults and works collaboratively with all Bank departments to ensure awareness, alignment and compliance with retention of records in accordance with SRRM along with identifying and documenting any local exceptions to the SRRM. Collaborates with the Legal Department and Information Technology leadership on matters involving records lifecycle management, retention, and disposition when needed.
  • Leads the Dallas Records Management Liaison Program: develops and maintains relationships with business lines, promotes awareness of records handling, informs management of key items surfaced from the group.
  • Participates in or leads District and System-level records work group activities including participation in the System Records Management Forum.
  • Leads projects by planning and executing internal consulting engagements; project scope may be complex and sensitive in nature; manages scope, schedule and resources to meet project deliverables; interacts with cross-functional business area teams, including technology staff, in completing project deliverables.
  • Provides timely delivery of information services, including printed, non-printed and electronic materials. Classifies and catalogues various types of media. Conducts research and prepares summaries of findings to requesting personnel. Determines the need for and purchases additional source materials and information services. May develop and manage record retention policies, practices and procedures.
  • Performs other duties as assigned.

COMPENTENCIES:

Functional Knowledge: Requires expanded conceptual knowledge in own discipline and broadens capabilities.

Expertise: Understands key business drivers; uses this understanding to accomplish own work.

Leadership: No supervisory responsibilities but provides informal guidance to new team members.

Problem Solving: Solves problems in straightforward situations; analyzes possible solutions using technical experience and judgment and precedents.

Impact: Impacts quality of own work and the work of others on the team; works within guidelines and policies.

Interpersonal Skills: Explains complex information to others in straightforward situations.

JOB REQUIREMENTS:

Excellent organizational skills and attention to detail.

Strong interpersonal and communications skills.

Certified Records Manager (CRM) certificate a plus

EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:

Bachelor`s Degree preferred. Preferred courses of study include; Information Systems, Information Governance, Computer Science, Business or Library Science.

Three to five years corporate or government records management.

WORK HOURS AND CONDITIONS:

Monday-Friday 8am-5pm; hours may vary as business needs dictate.

Some travel may be required.

Notes

By federal law, this position requires that candidates fall within one of the following citizenship categories: (1) U.S. citizen, (2) U.S. national, (3) U.S. permanent residents who are not yet eligible to apply for naturalization, or (4) U.S. permanent residents who have applied for naturalization within six months of being eligible to do so.

This position may be filled at various levels based on candidate experience and department needs.

The selected candidate for this position will be required to pass a background and financial credit check.

The candidate selected for this position may be included in the Bank’s Leadership Development Program (LDP) if eligibility requirements are met. The LDP is two-years in length and provides accelerated learning and development for early career professionals.  To be eligible for the LDP, selected candidates must have at least a 3.5 GPA, up to two years of professional work experience and have approval of their management.

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Houston Research Librarian at Morgan Lewis!

Morgan Lewis & Bockius has an opening for a research librarian in Houston.  The position may also be staffed in Chicago or Washington DC.  For details, including how to apply, click on the link below.

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Candice C. Kennington, MLIS
Research Librarian

ANDREWS KURTH KENYON LLP

600 Travis Street, Suite 4200  |  Houston, Texas 77002

+1.713.220.4083 Phone  |  +1.713.220.4285 Fax
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Library Manager – Holland & Knight

Holland & Knight is a global law firm with more than 1,200 lawyers and other professionals in 27 offices throughout the world. Our lawyers provide representation in litigation, business, real estate and governmental law. Interdisciplinary practice groups and industry-based teams provide clients with access to attorneys throughout the firm, regardless of location.

Holland & Knight is seeking a Library Manager for the West Coast region to be based in our Dallas, Texas or Los Angeles, California office. Responsibilities include managing all aspects of library services for the region, including legal and business research, training and instruction of efficient research techniques and budget management. The librarian is expected to perform outreach, as well as be comfortable with emerging technologies and is responsible for improving access to online databases and Internet resources and providing training for such resources. This role requires candidates to have a progressive approach to Library Science, demonstrate initiative and work as part of a collaborative team on library-wide issues and projects. EOE, AA, M/F/D/V

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Senior Research Analyst

Senior Research Analyst

Job Description:

This position reports directly to the Director of Knowledge Resources and is primarily responsible for conducting research and training for the practice groups, attorneys, paralegals and staff at Bracewell.

This position can reside in our Austin, Dallas, Houston, San Antonio, New York, DC or Seattle offices.
This position reports to the Director of Knowledge Resources in Dallas, Texas.

Primary responsibilities include but are not limited to:

• Performs in-depth, on-demand legal, business, financial and market research through the
utilization of print and online resources
• Compiles and maintain practice specific Pathfinders to assist others in locating available research
tools
• Coordinates training sessions, develop training materials, and provide instruction on various
research-related topics and strategies
• Works with practice group leaders to develop the best collection of resources in print and online
• Develops current awareness materials for distribution to attorneys / clients
• Develops content on the firm’s intranet
• Monitors for new research and competitive intelligence resources
• Performs data entry for client billing
• Other duties as assigned or needed

Knowledge / Experience / Skills Required:

Undergraduate college degree and JD from an ABA accredited law school or Masters in
Library/Information Sciences
• At least five (5) years of law firm legal research experience
• Highly proficient in searching a variety of databases including, but not limited to WestlawNext,

Lexis Advance, Practical Law, Intelligize, Courtlink, Pacer, HeinOnline, BloombergLaw, CCH
Intelliconnect, MonitorSuite, Hoovers, etc.
• Experience using automated library systems; SydneyPlus experience preferred
• Strong critical thinking and analytical skills
• Ability to manage multiple assignments under tight deadlines
• Superior oral and written communication skills
• Strong customer service orientation
• Strong technology and database administration skills
• Strong work ethic and ability to maintain strict confidentiality
• Strong problem-solving skills and attention to detail
• Ability to work independently with limited supervision as well as part of a virtual team
• Ability to develop strong internal relationships to market and improve services
• SharePoint experience a plus

Interested candidates, please send responses to Natalie Lira – Natalie.Lira@bracewelllaw.com.

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Research Analyst

Research Analyst:
Job Description:
This position reports directly to the Director of Knowledge Resources and is primarily responsible for conducting research and training for the practice groups, attorneys, paralegals and staff at Bracewell.

This position reports to the Director of Knowledge Resources in Dallas, Texas.

Primary responsibilities include but are not limited to:
• Provides legal and non-legal reference and research services
• Maintains and contributes to the content on the firm intranet
• Maintains the library’s databases and ILS
• Distributes current awareness information, client litigation alerts, and news alerts
• Evaluates and test new products
• Participates in collection development and review
• Maintains records and reports as requested by the Knowledge Resources Director

Knowledge / Experience / Skills Required:
• Masters in Library/Information Sciences preferred
• A minimum of one (1) year of experience in a law firm setting
• Experience using automated library systems; SydneyPlus experience preferred
• Superior oral and written communication skills
• Strong customer service orientation
• Strong technology and database administration skills
• Strong work ethic and ability to maintain strict confidentiality
• Strong problem-solving skills and attention to detail
• Ability to work independently with limited supervision as well as part of a virtual team
• SharePoint experience a plus

Interested candidates, please send responses to Natalie Lira – Natalie.Lira@bracewelllaw.com.

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COMPETITIVE INTELLIGENCE SPECIALIST :: Haynes and Boone, LLP

COMPETITIVE INTELLIGENCE SPECIALIST

Basic Function
The primary role of this non-exempt position is the efficient mining, development, reporting and use of competitive intelligence (CI) data to help drive the firm’s marketing and business development efforts.
Essential Duties
• Support business, client, competitive, and market intelligence with complex, on-demand primary and secondary research.
• Conduct analysis and document findings. Develop intelligence reports and briefing documents including data visualization tools and charts as appropriate.
• Support market intelligence and environmental monitoring. Train and assist users in creating and reviewing alerts.
• Support to CRM team with research and record management. Serve as back-up to CRM team on data maintenance tasks.
• Support to experience and knowledge management with research and record management.
• Compile and track CI requests. Work with CI Manager and BD team to demonstrate ROI on CI.

Other Duties
• Monitor for new CI sources. Identify and evaluate potential resource acquisitions. Continued development of CI techniques and best practices.
• Provide training and develop reference materials for BD team on CI resources and techniques.
• Perform other related tasks and projects as assigned or needed.

Reporting Relationship:
The Competitive Intelligence Specialist reports directly to the Competitive Intelligence Manager.
Subordinate staff: N/A

Qualifications:

Knowledge/Experience

One to three years’ experience working as a librarian, researcher and/or analyst strongly preferred. Experience with Lexis, Westlaw, KnowledgeMosaic, atVantage, PACER or similar
preferred. Proficiency with free government and open source resources, business and corporate directories, finance and securities data, and litigation searches required. Experience working with law firm software is preferred (including LexisNexis InterAction, Hubbard Experience Manager, DeskSite, intranet/portal technologies, and knowledge management tools (CMS, DMS).) Experience in the administration of database technologies a plus. Data visualization skills and experience with Adobe InDesign or similar desktop publishing software a plus.

Skills

Superior MS Office skills (especially with MS Excel) are required. Individual must be organized and able to multi-task in a fast-paced, professional environment. Additionally, superior research and analytical skills are required. Strong data manipulation, computer and information management skills, including knowledge of databases and database administration. This self-motivated individual must possess strong written and verbal communication skills, and must be able to effectively prioritize work and meet hard deadlines. The ability to work both independently with limited supervision, as well as a part of a team is a must. The ability to work with many different types of personalities at all levels of organization is a must.

Education

A four-year degree, from an accredited university, with a course of study in library or information sciences (MLS or MLIS) strongly preferred. Combination of education in a research-intensive field with relevant work experience will be considered.

Physical Demands:

Must be able to move around the office up to 15% of the time to make copies, fax, file, etc; Remains stationary at least 85% of the time. This position operates computers and other office productivity machines (e.g., fax machine, copier, printer, etc) on a regular basis.); Use of software requires accurate identification of colors frequently. Occasionally required to move documents or files weighing up to 15 lbs; This position requires constant communication and exchange of information with the Firm attorneys, clients and staff; This position must be able to inspect and observe information on a computer screen at least 80% of the time.

Working Conditions
Office Environment; Occasional overtime may be required.

Send your resume to:

Amera Birdow
Human Resources Generalist
Amera.Birdow@haynesboone.com 

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Librarian Position at Norton Rose Fulbright

Norton Rose Fulbright | United States | Leading international legal practice 

Librarian

Full-Time

Details

The Research Librarian supervises day-to-day operations of office library location and performs legal research for lawyers and clients using a variety of electronic and print resources. Projects may include retrieving court documents; locating contact information for individuals; obtaining legal, business and medical/scientific literature; authenticating cited sources; finding biographical details on judges and counsel; and tracking litigation.

This position can reside in our Austin, Dallas, Houston, Los Angeles, or San Antonio office.  This position reports to the Director of Library Services in Houston, Texas.

Apply here. http://joinus.nortonrosefulbright.com/index.cfm?fa=c.jobDetail&site_id=356&id=116324

Additional responsibilities include, but are not limited to:

  • Conduct research in a wide range of areas of law: business intelligence, public records, legislative history and news media
  • Perform research on and prepares company and industry profiles
  • Deliver library instruction to new lawyers and staff; provides library orientation to summer associates
  • Support the firm’s usage of legal and business databases by securing passwords, coordinating introductory and recurring training and trouble-shooting technical issues
  • Maintain relationships with lending libraries and document retrieval services
  • Assist with collection development by evaluating information needs, research requests, available resources and usage patterns; provides input on addition of new resources and removal of resources no longer needed
  • Assist with collection maintenance duties including the ordering and cataloging of books, routing serials and shelving materials
  • Assist with financial management of the library by reviewing and confirming invoices and allocating expenses to the appropriate accounts
  • High level of contact with lawyers, paralegals, legal secretaries and other firm Librarians; moderate level of contact with members of the firm’s Marketing department, vendors, lending libraries; and occasional level of contact with firm clients
  • Other projects and duties as assigned

Qualifications and Experience:

  • Strong communication skills, both oral and written
  • Strong work ethic and ability to maintain strict confidentiality
  • Strong organizational and time management skills, problem solving skills and attention to detail
  • Master of Science in Library and Information Science
  • 3-5 years of law or special library experience
  • Experience using major legal and business databases/research platforms, including Westlaw Next, Lexis Advance, Courtlink, PACER, Heinonline, CCH Intelliconnect, Monitorsuite
  • Experience using automated library systems; InMagic Genie experience preferred
  • Ability to learn new applications and research tools quickly
  • Ability to manage multiple assignments simultaneously, perform under tight time deadlines and flexibly adjust to changing priorities
  • Ability to self-manage
  • Light to moderate physical effort, including climbing step stools, pushing loaded book carts, lifting books (weighing up to 30 pounds) and carrying various other materials (weighing up to 15 pounds)

This position can reside in our Austin, Dallas, Houston, Los Angeles, or San Antonio office.  This position reports to the Director of Library Services in Houston, Texas.

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Competitive Intelligence and Proposal Manager

Location: Dallas

Supervisor: Director of Business Development and Marketing

Summary of Position:

The primary role of the Competitive Intelligence and Proposal Manager is to manage:

  • Proposals, responses to RFPs, and RFP and pitch presentations, inclusive of tracking, analysis and reporting of outcome and current/prospective client feedback
  • Competitive and market intelligence, including briefing books/research on current (for cross-selling opportunity identification and strategy) and prospective clients
  • Legal rankings, including Chambers, Legal 500 and Best Lawyers (partner with business development professionals and web/experience specialist within department)
  • General survey questions and submissions
  • Experience database and proposal pilot, including data collection, retention, purposing and analysis to identify new ways to market Firm and attorneys, potential niche practices the Firm should consider for lateral hiring purposes, etc. (partner with business development professionals and web/experience specialist within department)
  • Partner with Communications Team to write up and submit practice group, industry team and attorney award nominations
  • Strategy materials and research (laterals and law firm intelligence with assistance from Communications Team and Recruiting and Professional Development Department)

Assist with

  • Bio, practice group, industry team and specialty practice group write-ups using AP style, consistency, and tone and voice of newly established brand One-sheet, brochure, white papers and other related collateral development
  • Ongoing experience database phases/enhancements, such as Aderant integration

Qualifications – Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:

Must have:

  • Understanding of relational databases
  • The ability to organize large amounts of content in a logical manner
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills with excellent proofreading skills to align with AP Style
  • Worked in a legal environment and have the knowledge and capacity to adhere to the Firm’s administrative operations and policies and procedures
  • The ability to confidently interact with all levels of management
  • Must be self-motivated in completing tasks w/o supervision and work well under time-sensitive schedules

Send Inquiries:

gHR@gardere.com

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Senior Law Librarian, UNT Dallas College of Law

The Senior Law Librarian assists the Assistant Dean for Law Library with administrative responsibilities, including budget management, long and short-range planning, personnel supervision, facilities management, and technology initiatives. He or she will be a leader in the development and implementation of the library’s research instruction program, which will include a two-credit research course in the first year, a one-credit advanced legal research course, and research segments connected to upper division classes. The position also takes part in access service, reference services, liaison work, research guide development, and collection development. The Senior Law Librarian assumes responsibility for the Law Library in the Assistant Dean’s absence.

Apply: Senior Law Librarian, UNT Dallas College of Law

Consideration of applicants will start on Monday, 27 June.

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Web and Print Resources Coordinator, Dallas County Law Library

The Dallas County Law Library has an opening for a Web and Print Resources Coordinator

Details at dallascounty.org.

Position Description: Procures and tracks legal materials for the Law Library, judicial libraries and all County departments. Reviews invoices for accuracy, authorizes payments, and contacts publishers and vendors to correct orders. Monitors fiscal appropriations for law books and online services, ensures funds for purchases, monitors available balances, and prepares recommendations to the Budget Office. Orders all print and online materials, and supplies. Supervises the distribution of materials to judicial and department libraries. Reviews requests from departments for purchases and makes recommendations based on the content of current collection, department type, frequency, usage and funds availability. Performs other duties as assigned.
Institution: Dallas County Law Library
Type of Library: Special
City: Dallas, Texas
Annual Salary: Commensurate with experience
Salary Comment: A civil service position which includes retirement and insurance benefits.
Telephone: 214-653-7481 Fax: 214-653-6103
Email Address: Karen.Dibble@dallascounty.org
Website Address: Dallascounty.org
Required Education: Master’s degree in Library Science from an American Library Association (A.L.A.) accredited school preferred.
Required Experience: At least one (1) year of work related experience. Supervisory experience preferred.Knowledge of library systems and accounting principles and procedures. Skilled in the use of standard software applications. Ability to effectively communicate, both verbally and in writing, and establish and maintain effective working relationships with employees, departments, vendors, publishers and the public.
Contact: Karen Dibble
Send Resume to: Must apply online at Dallascounty.org. Online application must be fully completed.

 

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