Wednesday, January 18, 2012

Intern / Visiting Professional Programme, International Criminal Court Library


To Whom It May Concern:

Here at the Library of the International Criminal Court (ICC), we would to encourage library students, librarians or experienced researchers to apply for any of the internship or visiting professionals sessions this year. In that respect, we would appreciate if you could forward the below information to your network or database.

Should you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact me.

Kind regards,
Marcelo Rodriguez
(egresado de la Universidad de Puerto Rico, Recinto de Río Piedras ;))

ICC Library / CPI Bibliothèque
ext. 9585
HV1114
Library opening hours / d'heures d'ouverture de la bibliothèque:
Monday to Thursday / Du lundi au jeudi: 10.00-12.00 ;14.00-16.30
Friday / Le vendredi:                             13.00-17.00


Intern / Visiting Professional Programme, International Criminal Court Library

The Library is looking for interns/visiting professionals for 2012-2013, as part of the International Criminal Court’s (ICC) internship and visiting professional programme: http://www.icc-cpi.int/Menus/ICC/Recruitment/Internships+and+Visiting+professionals/
JOB DESCRIPTION:
Within the limits of delegated authority, the incumbent will perform the following duties:
1. Assists the Chief Librarian with providing a reference and circulation service to members of the Court
2. Undertakes cataloguing and classification assignments under the direction of the Cataloguing Librarian.
3. Assists the Chief Librarian and library staff with library projects such as:
- Bibliographic research and Collection Development
- Development and updating of the intranet/internet
- Development of marketing strategies
- Delivery of training
- Drafting of reports, correspondence, publications and grant applications
Qualifications: 
The ideal candidate should have the following required qualifications:
- Postgraduate qualifications in library science or in the process of completing such qualifications. These qualifications are usually referred to as a Masters in Library Science (MLS) or a Masters in Information Science (MLIS) or an equivalent postgraduate diploma. Library science students wishing to gain field experience as part of their course component are welcome to apply.
- Specialization in law librarianship or information technology.
- Demonstrated interest in international law, particularly international criminal law, and legal research.
- Experience or interest in reference or technical services is desirable.
- Working knowledge of English and French
All candidates, regardless of nationality, are potentially eligible for the unpaid internships.
Additional information : 
The internship and visiting professional programme is offered for 3 month and 6 month periods, although the Library would prefer candidates available for 6 months. Internships are intended for candidates 35 years of age or under. The visiting professional programme is for candidates over 35.
The Library is part of the Registry branch so please complete the application form for the Registry.
Organization web site: 
Application URL: 
Apply by email: 
Application deadline: 
May 1 2012  and 1 November 2012  (same time each year)
How to apply: 
To apply for an internship or visiting professional position in the Library, please complete the Registry Internship Application Form, located at:
http://www.icc-cpi.int/Menus/ICC/Recruitment/Internships+and+Visiting+professionals/
Applications can be sent by mail, facsimile or in electronic format.
To send an application by mail, please send it to the following Mailing Address:
International Criminal Court
Internship and Visiting Professional Programme
Post Office Box 19519
2500 CM The Hague
The Netherlands
Applications can be sent by facsimile to the following number +31 (0)70 515 8558
Applications can also be sent in electronic format to the following address:
Internship-Visitingprofessional.Programme@icc-cpi.int

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