Intern Informationist Position at Johns Hopkins

From Christine Caufield-Noll:

The Harrison Medical Library has an opening for a temporary intern to
work as a Library Informationist during the Fall 2009 semester. Students
will be expected to work a total of 120 hours during the semester,
approximately 7.5 hours a week, and will receive a small stipend. Hours can be scheduled around the library hours of operation, 8 am- 5 pm,
Monday – Friday. Scheduling arrangements can be made to accommodate
non-local students, but these students are responsible for making their
own housing arrangements.
Interns will be required to complete a project associated with their
area of interest.

Learning opportunities during the internship include:
● Delivery of reference assistance to faculty, staff and community
members
● Collection Development
● Clinical Rounds
● Participation and teaching classes to community and faculty
● Collection and Archiving of faculty publications
● Marketing of library services
● Mediated Literature Searching
● Funding sources
● Library Management

Requirements:
● Applicants must be currently enrolled in an American Library
Association (ALA)-accredited Masters of Library/Information Science
program and have an interest in medical librarianship
● Graduate school students are preferred but undergraduates
majoring in library/information science may apply
● Recent graduates (within the last year) from an ALA-accredited
program will also be considered

To apply, please visit www.bayviewjobs.org and complete the online
application. Search for the position by requisition number 90522.
Please contact Christine Caufield-Noll, Senior Informationist, at
410-550-0681 or by email at ccaufie1@jhmi.edu with questions or for more
information.

About Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center:
Open the door to the best of both worlds…Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical
Center offers a unique environment that combines the prestige and
opportunities of a respected academic medical center with the
personality and camaraderie of a community hospital.
With a rich history of healing and a world-famous reputation, Johns
Hopkins Bayview can offer you an exciting, fulfilling career, wherever
you are on your career path.
EOE/AA, M/F/D/V

Christine Caufield-Noll, MLIS, AHIP
Senior Informationist
Harrison Medical Library
Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center
Ph:410.550.0681
Fax:410.550.4650
ccaufie1@jhmi.edu
www.hopkinsbayview.org/communitylibrary/index.html

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