Library Jobline, a searchable database of job openings in libraries and related information organizations, has been launched by the Colorado State Library.

Developed by the staff at the Library Research Service (LRS) with the help of the Jobline Advisory Committee, it may be found www.LibraryJobline.org or follow the links on the CSL web site.

The new site replaces the former static web page with a databasse. A database of job ads allows users to customize the job posting and job-seeking experience. A database allows for the collection of data for future use in the analysis of trends in library and information jobs as evidenced in online job ads.

Users may set up an account as either an employer or a job seeker. Provide information about the job you are trying to fill or the job you are trying to find and Library Jobline does the rest.
For more information, visit www.lrs.org/blog/ViewItem.asp?Entry=139 Additional help is available by contacting a member of the LRS staff at LRS@LRS.org or 303-866-6900.

The Colorado State Library, part of the Colorado Department of Education, is a service agency assisting public, school, academic and special libraries in the state. It also provides a number of electronic and Internet services, such as Jobline.

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