New urls for Jobs Pages

by Naomi House

Good morning and welcome back/aboard to all the new state/province/country/region Head Editors!

In late November and all through December experienced some technical difficulties.  It seems we were sharing so many jobs and so many links that our hosting site basically was blocking us from updating regularly.  When I called they figured out the anti-spam was automatically doing this.  Upon their recommendation, and the recommendation of my theme’s creators I created new User groups and had to recreate all the pages.  Whew…that is done but now all your bookmarks will be out of date and all our links in 2012 and 2013 articles in the bylines will be changed too.

Thankfully the new links are super-easy to find!  All INALJ Jobs pages can be found here,

So bookmark the states, etc, that you follow and here is to a job-finding 2014!

Naomi House

Naomi House, MLIS, is the founder and publisher of the popular LIS jobs resource (formerly I Need a Library Job). Founded in October 2010 with the assistance of her fellow Rutgers classmate, Elizabeth Leonard, INALJ’s social media presence has grown to include Facebook (retired in 2016), Twitter and a LinkedIn group, in addition to the interviews, articles and jobs found on INALJ has had over 20 Million page views and helped thousands of librarians and LIS folk find employment! Through grassroots marketing, word of mouth and a real focus on exploring unconventional resources for job leads, INALJ grew from a subscription base of 20 friends to a website with over 500,000 visits in a month. Naomi believes that well-sourced quantity is quality in this narrow job market and INALJ reflects this many new jobs published daily. She was a 2013 Library Journal Mover & Shaker and has served on the University of Maryland iSchool Board from 2014-2017. Naomi was a Reference, Marketing and Acquisitions Librarian for a contractor at a federal library outside Washington, DC, and now lives part time in Western NY and Budapest, Hungary. She has heard of spare time but hasn’t encountered it lately. She pronounces INALJ as eye-na-elle-jay.