Catalog Librarian (Electronic Resources & Other Non-Print Materials) – (Washington University Libraries, St. Louis, Missouri)

Catalog Librarian (Electronic Resources & Other Non-Print Materials)

The Washington University Libraries seek a service-oriented and innovative librarian to serve as Catalog Librarian (Electronic Resources & Other Non-Print Materials).

RESPONSIBILITIES: Perform original and adaptive cataloging in all formats, with an emphasis on electronic resources and other non-print materials, in a variety of subjects and languages according to national standards and using the Innovative Interfaces integrated library system and OCLC; resolve conflicts from MARCIVE authority reports and maintain bibliographic and authority records accordingly; coordinate the cataloging workflow in special areas of responsibility; participate in formulating cataloging policies and procedures; participate in library-wide activities and professional development activities with a focus on emerging technologies; assist with the training of library staff and students.

 

QUALIFICATIONS: Required – Master’s degree from an ALA-accredited library school; Knowledge of national standards such as AACR2(rev), USMARC, LCSH, LC classification, MARCIVE, CONSER, PCC, and RDA, and other metadata schema such as Dublin Core and EAD; Familiarity with current trends in emerging technologies in libraries; Ability to work with foreign languages; Ability to analyze problems and determine solutions, to multi-task, and to work effectively in a collegial manner in a changing environment. The successful candidate will be a forward-looking individual with strong analytical and communication skills. Preferred: Experience with cataloging electronic resources and other non-print materials; Academic library cataloging experience with AACR2rev, LCSH, and LC classification; Experience with an online bibliographic utility and an integrated library system; Experience with online authority control.

GENERAL INFORMATION: Washington University, located at the western edge of the city of St. Louis, is a medium-sized, independent, research university founded in 1853, and is internationally known for excellence in teaching and research and for the quality of its faculty and student body. The Washington University Libraries include the John M. Olin Library and 12 school and departmental libraries. The Libraries hold over 3.7 million volumes and extensive electronic and unique collections and is a member of the Association of Research Libraries, the Center for Research Libraries, the Greater Western Library Alliance, and MOBIUS. For more information, please visit the Washington University/Libraries’ web sites at http://www.wustl.edu and http://library.wustl.edu.

SALARY AND BENEFITS: Salary dependent upon qualifications and experience. Comprehensive benefits package including several retirement plan options.

APPLICATION INFORMATION: Visit https://jobs.wustl.edu to apply. Job ID #23523. For full consideration, attach a letter of application, resume, and the names of three references (including e-mail & phone number). Review of applications will begin immediately and continue until position is filled. Employment eligibility verification required upon hire. Washington University is an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer.

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