KARMS Supervisor: Monographic Ordering and Receiving – NYU

KARMS SUPERVISOR:  MONOGRAPHIC ORDERING AND RECEIVING
Division of Libraries
NEW YORK UNIVERSITY

The Division of Libraries at New York University (NYU) seeks an experienced Supervisor of Monographic Ordering and Receiving (this is a non-Librarian position) for their Knowledge Access and Resource Management Services Department (KARMS).  This position will supervise the Monographic Ordering and Receiving Unit, including day-to-day operations and staff. Develop, implement, analyze, and document the Unit’s processes and workflows. Establish priorities, review work for accuracy, troubleshoot and resolve problems. Oversee staff development and establish working goals for individual staff. Monitor and evaluate vendor performance.  Serve as a resource for consortium libraries on acquisitions matters and, in consultation with KARMS Department Heads, assist with the development and implementation of KARMS policies and procedures.

The position qualifications are: Bachelor’s degree and 3 years’ related library experience or an equivalent combination. Must include ordering or cataloging and bibliographic data experience in an academic library and staff supervision. Excellent oral and written communication skills; ability to work with and supervise a large, diverse staff.  Experience with an integrated library system and knowledge of standard office software (Word, Excel, Access) and working knowledge of XML, HTML, RLIN, and OCLC including Connexion Client.

NYU offers a superior benefits package, which includes NYU tuition benefits for self and eligible family members, generous vacation, medical, dental and pension plans. For more information and to apply for this position online (20091426), visit our web site at: www.nyucareers.com/applicants/Central?quickFind=52265. Please select “N2″ when asked, “How were you referred to NYU?” We accept online applications only.

NYU is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer.

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