E-Resources Cataloger (Middle Tennessee State University, Tennessee)

E-Resources Cataloger (Middle Tennessee State University, Tennessee)
MTSU seeks a service oriented librarian responsible for cataloging electronic resources, serving as a liaison with vendors on technical issues, providing web page guidance to unit, and working closely with acquisitions, collection assessment and systems librarians on workflow, statistical support for e-books and issues related to the ILS and collection management computers. ALA accredited master’s, at least two years post-MLS cataloging experience; proficient knowledge of MARC and demonstrated experience with cataloging electronic resources; experience with OCLC’s Connexion client and knowledge of library technical services operations and office applications; ability to work collegially. Highly competitive salary and benefits. See full position announcement prior to applying. Middle Tennessee State University is a comprehensive institution of 26,000 students located 30 miles southeast of Nashville. MTSU is a dynamic institution with a commitment to diversity, valuing excellent teaching and fostering initiatives in research and public service. MTSU, a culturally diverse university, is an equal opportunity, affirmative action educational institution and employer. Women, ethnic minorities, and persons with disabilities are encouraged to apply. As a key element of student education and faculty research, the library serves at the forefront of service and fully supports the commitment to a diverse campus environment. See the Background Statement on Diversity and Excellence.

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