Researcher | Development and Membership
Conducts donor and prospect research on individuals, corporations, and foundations via online and standard research sources as requested by Development and Membership. Works closely with Development and other Museum staff to assess and fulfill research needs. Independently manages research projects. Prepares and writes donor and prospect profile reports for use by Museum staff. Creates and maintains research files on members/donors. Handles circulation of publications for Development and Membership staff review. Reports to Associate Director of Development.
Requirements: Bachelor’s degree with two to three years related development/research experience. Excellent organizational and analytical skills, with attention to detail. Strong written and verbal skills. Ability to produce under deadlines and work effectively with a diverse group. Familiarity with Lexis-Nexis, Internet, Foundation Center, and other reference materials. Proficiency with Microsoft Office and database work. An interest in art preferred.
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By fax: (212) 333-1107
By mail: The Museum of Modern Art
The Department of Human Resources
11 West 53 Street
New York, NY 10019
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Friday, October 30, 2009
Researcher | Development and Membership
The Museum of Modern Art seeks an art historian with proven expertise in provenance research procedures, guidelines, and resources, particularly for works of art created in the late 19th and early 20th centuries. Position requires expert physical examination of works of art and thorough investigation of museum archives, auction and exhibition catalogues, monographic studies, and catalogues of collections, dealer records, photographic archives, and publication of wartime activities of dealers and collectors, some of which is not publicly available -- both in the U.S. and other countries. The position reports to Curator in the Department of Painting and Sculpture.
The incumbent in the position oversees research, procedures, documentation and funding in conjunction with curatorial departments, General Counsel and Registrar for provenance research and review for all curatorial departments, including searching through Museum records and when appropriate, contacting established archives, databases, art dealers, auction houses, donors, scholars and researchers, with regard to:
* Works in the Collection; outgoing loans (foreign); acquisitions (gifts, bequests, purchases); deaccessions
* Manages MoMA's Provenance Research Project including responding to queries on behalf of the project (http://www.moma.org/collection/provenance/)
* Provides research for catalog information, provenance listings and images for selected works (1000) from the Collection meeting AAM guidelines, from Departments of Painting and Sculpture and Drawings.
* Reviews documentation for loan exhibitions: foreign incoming loans to exhibitions (for immunity from seizure applications) and review of domestic incoming loans.
* Trains employees in relevant departments on provenance research, standards and educates them on routine procedures.
Qualified candidates will possess an MA in Art History, PhD preferred and several years experience with provenance research and procedures (minimum of five years). Ability to conduct research in archives in relevant countries around the world; understanding of war-time art market. Familiarity with all current resources including those on-line. Fluency in English, French, and German.
Please submit resume and cover letter, including salary requirements, to email@example.com
The Museum of Modern Art is an equal opportunity employer and considers all candidates for employment regardless of race, color, sex, age, national origin, creed, disability, marital status, sexual orientation or political affiliation.
Originally posted on a library school listserv.
Position Available: Instructional Design Librarian
(Information Services Librarian)
The Health Sciences Library (HSL) of New York Medical College (NYMC) is
recruiting for an Instructional Design Librarian (Information Services
Librarian) who would be responsible for meeting the educational, research
and informational needs of the University community. The incumbent in
this position will be creating and maintaining web-based interactive
content, tutorials, learning objects and reference services that extend
library education and research assistance to health sciences students,
faculty, and staff at home, or in clinical, office settings and supplement
classroom learning with web-based information mastery sessions.
Additionally, the incumbent serves as a member of the Reference and
Information Services department providing services, in-person instruction
and serving as a liaison to multiple academic departments and locations.
This position reports to the Head, Reference and Information Services.
New York Medical College, one of the nation's largest private health
sciences universities, is located in beautiful Valhalla, Westchester
County, New York. The Health Sciences Library (HSL) serves more than 4500
faculty, employees, students, residents and fellows of New York Medical
College. The HSL supports users in the School of Medicine, School of
Public Health, and Graduate School of Basic Medical Sciences onsite and
remotely using web based and proxy server technology. For more
information about the University and the campus, including mass transit
options, please follow the NYMC site links: http://www.nymc.edu and
Please also explore information about the Health Sciences Library:
Required: Incumbent must have an ALA-accredited Masters Degree in Library
Science with a minimum of 2 years experience creating web-based learning
objects in various formats within an academic environment; at least 2
years professional experience providing reference and instruction services
in an academic health sciences context; excellent communication and
interpersonal skills; as well as the ability to work independently as well
as part of a team. Additional requirements include: demonstrated
knowledge of best practice/standards in web design; knowledge of major web
and graphic design tools such as Dreamweaver, Flash, Fireworks, Adobe
Creative Suite products; database design experience; knowledge of major
web programming languages and frameworks such as PHP; knowledge of web 2.0
technologies such as blogs, wikis, RSS, podcasting. Incumbent must also
have the ability to make innovative use of technologies in library
Please send your letter of interest and resume directly to: Alicia
Parrish, New York Medical College, Human Resources Department, 95
Grasslands Road, Valhalla, NY 10595; (914) 594 4564; (914) 594 4309;
Please consider this as a wonderful job opportunity and pass along to your
friends and colleagues. Although the contact listed below is our Human
Resources person, I or Marie Ascher (firstname.lastname@example.org) would welcome the chance to speak with anyone about the position if interested.
Diana Cunningham, MLS, MPH, Associate Dean and Director
Marie Ascher, MS, Head, Reference & Information Services
Health Sciences Library
New York Medical College
(914) 594 4207
Originally poste don a library school listserv.
PROJECT ARCHIVIST (Full-time Temporary)
Position Description: This project entails work with archival materials in the custody of the National Park Service, a Federal government agency, funded under a cooperative agreement with the National Parks of New York Harbor Conservancy. The project will be located primarily on Staten Island, within walking distance of public transportation. We seek a full-time project archivist for a multi-year project beginning late 2009. Appointment will be on a consulting basis for an initial term ending June 30, 2010, with possibility of renewal for up to two more years.
Duties: Reporting directly to the Lead Archivist, the project archivist will be responsible for the arrangement, rehousing, description and digitization of historical records, which comprise approximately 105 linear feet of textual records, oversize drawings and maps, photographs, books and other printed material. The project archivist will supervise 1-2 archives technicians.
Schedule: 9:00-5:00, M-F.
Qualifications: Strong preference will be given to candidates with a master’s degree in library science or history with concentration in archives, and experience in processing 18th - 20th century manuscripts and organizational records. Consideration will be given to candidates with comparable combination of education and experience. Knowledge of American history required. Excellent organizational skills and competence in Word and Excel required. Working knowledge of preservation management standards and procedures required. Experience with digitization and familiarity with ReDiscovery (ANCS+) cataloging system desirable. Must be able to work efficiently and independently. Must be able to lift record cartons weighing up to 40 pounds.
Compensation: Full time contract employee fee-based work, $54,000 annually, no benefits. A 1099 will be issued at year end for gross compensation paid and all government taxes, etc. will be your responsibility.
Deadline: Interviews begin November 2009. Position is open until filled, but appointment in late 2009 is anticipated.
Contact: Mimi Bowling, Consulting Archivist. Email cover letter and resume or any inquiries to email@example.com. No phone calls, please.
Originally posted on a library school listserv.
New York City
The Winthrop Group has an immediate opening for a qualified and
experienced archivist. This is a full-time position based in New York
The Archivist will be responsible for a variety of tasks as a contributing
member of the Winthrop Group team. Tasks may include conducting surveys,
content appraisal, processing collections, producing needs-based
assessments, writing reports, data entry, creating finding aids or other
duties as required. The position will require knowledge of archival
theory, standards, and practice; demonstrated processing experience; and
familiarity with a variety of archival formats and electronic records and
the archival standards thereof. Due to heavy client interaction,
excellent communication and interpersonal skills are a must.
In addition, the position will require
• MLS/MLIS from ALA accredited school
• two years experience and/or education in archives and records management
systems, information sciences
• excellent written and oral communication skills
• strong organizational skills and an ability to handle multiple tasks
• attention to detail
• strong work ethic
• a proven capacity for working both independently and as a team member
• flexibility and comfort in a variety of circumstances
• ability to move document and cubic foot boxes containing records without
assistance and occasionally to move up to 40 pounds unassisted
• familiarity and willingness to learn current descriptive standards, i.e.
Entrepreneurial spirit and sense of humor welcome!
Salary will be competitive and based on experience and level of
qualification. This is a full time position with a benefits package.
Please send a resume; a list of no fewer than three references including
names, titles, postal and e-mail addresses, and telephone numbers to:
Benjamin Z. Brown
The Winthrop Group, Inc.
37 West 39th Street
New York, NY 10018.
Resumes and reference information will also be accepted by e-mail at
Deadline for submissions is the 6th of November 2009.
Originally posted on a library school listserv.
Web Resources Technician (Provisional / Part-Time)
Location/Department Queens College Library
Payroll Title or Level College Assistant
Position Detail Web Design & Programming (15-17 hrs/wk)
Web Site qcpages.qc.cuny.edu/Library
CClosing Date Open until filled, search extended; review of applications begins 11/03/2009
Position Description and Duties
Reports to the Web Services Team Leader. Responsible for the ongoing maintenance and development of the Library’s website, including web programming of interactive forms and multimedia. Collaborates with library personnel on web content and design. Works with library and college systems staff to ensure pages and applications function properly. Performs other web related duties as assigned.
How to Apply Send cover letter and resume, addressed to:
Prof. Nancy M. Foasberg, Web Services Team Leader
Email to firstname.lastname@example.org
Or, mail to c/o Ms. Nancy Armao
Benjamin Rosenthal Library
Queens College, City University of New York
65-30 Kissena Blvd.
Flushing, NY 11367
Originally posted on a Library School Listserv.
If anyone has a friend looking for work with strong patent and “prior art” searching experience (using relevant databases, etc.) who is available for an opportunity in New York, please let us know. We would be happy to speak with anyone offline about this opportunity. All inquiries are confidential.
If interested, please respond directly to email@example.com, subject line “patent opportunity.”
LAC is an Equal Opportunity / Affirmative Action Employer who promotes diversity in the workplace.
This recruiter posting was originally located on a library school listserv.
IT TECHNICAL Librarian
Job Date Posted: 10/14/09
Experience Level: 1-5 years
New York - New York
Only US Citizens and Green cards can be considered.
The position is in LongIsland City (Queens) and the client has a 37.5 hrs work week. This is a long term contract.
PLs NOTE: My cleint is not seeking for a just a Librarian but NEEDS A IT TECHNICAL LIBRARIAN.
NO H1s and No vendors
The IT Technical Librarian is responsible for document management and archiving. Documents would include contracts, inspection reports, construction project artifacts, eventually include blueprints but not at first.
-BA or BS degree in a science, engineering, or information management discipline
-Minimum of 3 to 4 years IT experience, preferably on Opentext Livelink document management system or other EDMS system implementation.(IMP)
-Broad understanding of document management and best practices around cataloging and indexing strategies.
-Organize materials into the various subject matters and provide descriptions of the materials so that it can be easily located.
-Strong Business Analytical skills with ability to analyze business practices and incorporate them into an Enterprise EDMS system.
-Lead planning, integrating, managing, and reporting on the project activities of a team of IT and business unit personnel to build electronic document management systems using Livelink.
-Plan, organize, and direct the workload and workflow for scanning existing paper-based archive to on-line database. Use expertise and knowledge to implement innovative methods and to ensure quality control and best practices.
-Excellent oral and written communication skills which demonstrate the ability to convey and explain information effectively and to tactfully deal with diverse people, situations, and ideas.
-Advanced proficiency in Livelink, Microsoft Office, Visio, and other related software tools.
-A master*s degree in library science (MLS) or Infomatics.
-Ability to introduce new ideas and implement changes
-In depth knowledge of ECM systems like Share point, Opentext architecture, languages & development environments
-Demonstrated understanding and knowledge of cataloging standards, database management and use of technology in a technical library environment, including but not limited to: OCLC, original cataloging, LC classification and cataloging web-based resources.
Pls email resumes to firstname.lastname@example.org
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Digital Archivist Project Manager
New York Philharmonic Archives seeks a Digital Archivist Project Manager to supervise the entire process of digitizing 1.3 million pages of content and the implementation of the institution's Alfresco digital asset management system making these documents available to researchers world-wide through the internet. This is a three-year grant-funded project but there is the possibility that this assignment would extend beyond that period. This position is based in the Archives and interfaces heavily with the Information Technology department.
Work with systems and procedures that will ensure efficient and accurate description including auto-cataloguing from other sources.
Work with digital team to make recommendations for enhancements to cataloguing tools, documentation standards and other software applications.
Supervise large staff of interns; liaise with academic advisors and work-study departments that supply processing assistants.
Collect and update relevant data (software scripts, related tracking databases, etc) and serve as gatekeeper for documentation of systems and project.
In collaboration with Archives staff, develop long-term policies and procedures for maintaining the digital asset management system and preservation of digital assets.
Interface with Philharmonic personnel to ensure newly created digital assets are integrated into the digital asset management system.
Maintain current metadata models, evaluate possible changes on an ongoing basis.
Work closely with end users to understand search and retrieval requirements. Establish guidelines for and assist in training personnel in the use of the system.
Miscellaneous duties as required.
M.A. in Archival Management or Library Information Science (MLS degree) - digital emphasis strongly preferred
3-5 years management level experience which must include some digital archives experience
Demonstrated project management skills
Strong understanding of databases and working knowledge of a variety of digital content formats and standards (e.g. XML, .jpg, PDF).
Technologically savvy with ability keep abreast of technological developments within the industry.
Ability to draft and maintain clear documentation and policies for digitization program
Excellent written and interpersonal communication skills
Familiarity with intellectual property issues
Ability to accomplish goals with limited resources and a vibrant team spirit.
Keen attention to detail, great organization, flexibility in accommodating rapid change, resourcefulness and ingenuity, the ability to cope well with pressure, and a strong achievement orientation tempered by respect for colleagues
Previous experience with Alfresco or other Content Management Systems a plus.
An enthusiasm for classical music is highly valued.
HOW TO APPLY
Send resume as a PDF, text, or Microsoft Word document including salary history/requirements to email@example.com, Fax 212-875-5716. Please indicate position for which you are applying in the subject line.
We regret that we will be unable to respond to each applicant. We will only contact candidates being considered for interviews. No phone calls please.
EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER
Originally posted on organization's website.
NO LONGER AVAILABLE. POSITION FILLED
AVP, Competition - Major Insurance Company
This position requires previous experience working in the life insurance industry.
We are looking for someone who can direct research and recommend solutions to a variety of competitive scenarios. This information will be used to assist individual field associates during the sales process and will assist actuarial and sales and marketing to produce design and development collateral. In addition this individual will address changes to product and marketing materials and be responsible for maintaining market and competitive analysis in order to understand strategic position for the company's life and disability products.
Salary in the low 6 figures.
Monica Rodis, CPC
295 Madison Avenue
New York, NY 10017
Direct posting from recruiter.
About the ANA
The ANA (Association of National Advertisers) leads the marketing community by providing its members insights, collaboration and advocacy. ANA’s membership includes 400 companies with 9000 brands that collectively spend over $100 billion in marketing communications and advertising. The ANA strives to communicate marketing best practices, lead industry initiatives, influence industry practices, manage industry affairs and advance, promote and protect all advertisers and marketers. For more information, visit www.ana.net.
Web Content/Data Specialist
The Marketing Insights Center serves the ANA and its members as a major source of proprietary research and knowledge. The team’s focus is to provide members (client-side marketers) with the marketing information and insights they need to make better decisions, faster. This position is dedicated to taking the Marketing Insights Center Online (members-only website) to the next level by creating the optimal online user experience to access our content, and ensuring we meet the specific needs of our members.
Be at the center of organizing, indexing and posting content generated from our events, research initiatives and publications. Maximize ANA content acquisition through the content management system. Oversee the look and navigation of the online Marketing Insights Center and maintain accurate and meaningful utilization metrics. Track trends, conduct analysis and prepare reports for various MIC content and usage metrics. Experiment with new and alternative ways to leverage social media activities to help bring content to members i.e. Twitter, Linked-in, Facebook.
• Working knowledge of data and content management systems
• Exceptional quantitative and analytical skills
• Strong customer/user-service orientation with a commitment to quality
• Excellent written, verbal and interpersonal skills
• Confident communication style
• High energy and ability to work well in a team environment
• Ability to multitask, handle details, and work independently
• Professional manner and the willingness to go the “extra mile”
• Ability to balance attention to detail with the big-picture perspective
The ideal candidate will have a master’s degree in information science (MLS) or related degree and 2+ years working in a corporate setting. Previous experience in ad/marketing industry and skills in designing online instruction, including tutorials is desired but not required.
To be considered, SEND COVER LETTER, SALARY REQUIREMENTS AND RESUME as WORD attachments to firstname.lastname@example.org. NO PHONE CALLS, PLEASE.
Direct posting from firm.
Monday, October 19, 2009
Enterprise Information Architect
New York, New York
The Ford Foundation is a private philanthropic institution that serves as a resource for innovative people and institutions worldwide. Our goals are to: Strengthen democratic values; reduce poverty and injustice; promote international cooperation; advance human achievement. This has been our purpose for almost half a century.
The Enterprise Information Architect (EIA) is responsible for developing content architectures; developing interfaces and specifications for applications to facilitate information access and delivery; and integrating content management strategies with organizational applications and digital content preservation initiatives. The EIA also provides expertise in planning and designing the presentation of departmental and shared information on SharePoint sites to ensure that content purpose and goals are clearly articulated for the target audience. S/he works closely with content stakeholders and colleagues to identify, define, and solve user-experience-related issues. This includes collaborating on design concepts, gathering and documenting users' content requirements, and translating requirements them into system specifications. S/he partners with software architects and engineers to propose elegant solutions that enrich users' content management and discovery experiences. The EIA also participates in resolving search-related issues and enriching enterprise taxonomies to ensure efficient information retrieval from internal web sites and internal data repositories. S/he makes recommendations on how to leverage thesauri to enhance searching and browsing. The EIA is a key participant in web-related content management projects, particularly ongoing development of the Foundation's intranet site. S/he understands web projects from the perspectives of content architect, provider, and consumer. S/he is expected to employ research methods including content and task analysis, usability testing, and stakeholder interviews to identify problems and opportunities.
* Three to six years' work experience as an information architect, interaction designer, or user experience designer on large-scale web initiatives.
* Master's or Bachelor's degree or combination of equivalent experience in knowledge management, information architecture, human computer interaction, or library and information science or other relevant field; knowledge of information science principles and practices.
* Significant project management experience
* Solid understanding of HTML, DHTML, CSS, Flash, AJAX, and related web technologies as well as Visual Basic, Java, and other object-oriented languages; substantial knowledge of XML
* Experience in design and development of digital library architecture and tools
* Experience using Smartlogic's Semaphore to develop and manage taxonomies
* Comprehensive portfolio of recent work
* Understanding of principles of good graphic design
* Familiarity with search engine optimization (SEO) processes
* Hands on, front-end web development experience
* Web UI architectural background
Grade: 128 - Exempt
Hiring Guidelines: $62,300 - $74,400
Excellent benefits include Foundation-paid comprehensive medical and dental insurance, retirement plan, generous vacation, and tuition reimbursement.
Equal employment opportunity and having a diverse staff are fundamental principles at The Ford Foundation, where employment and promotional opportunities are based upon individual capabilities and qualifications without regard to race, color, religion, gender, pregnancy, sexual orientation/affectional preference, age, national origin, marital status, citizenship, disability, veteran status or any other protected characteristic as established under law.
To apply for employment, please visit the web site linked below to submit your cover letter and resume including salary information.
Originally posted on a library school listserv.
Thursday, October 8, 2009
IMMEDIATE OPENING FOR A LIBRARY INFORMATION CLERK
Winthrop University Hospital Health Sciences Library in Mineola is seeking an information clerk to work two evenings a week (most likely Mondays and Tuesdays) from 5:00pm – 9:00pm, and every Sunday from noon to 5:00pm. This job requires a reliable, conscientious self-starter able to work alone, with a degree of computer proficiency, and good interpersonal skills. Some physical work is involved. Scheduling flexibility is required.
The information clerk gives basic assistance to patrons, helps users with database searching, troubleshoots equipment, staffs the circulation desk, copies and sends interlibrary loans, maintains the staff publications database, conducts the annual inventory, and is responsible for the duplicate/exchange journal functions. Special projects are assigned as needed. This is a responsible part-time position for someone eager to learn the functioning of a medical library.
Please send resume and cover letter specifying job applying for to:
Winthrop University Hospital, Human Resources Department
259 First Street,
Mineola, NY 11501
Originally posted on a library school listserv.
Wednesday, October 7, 2009
Manager of Americas Document Management
A diversified international provider of specialist investment, advisory and financial services with more than 12,000 employees in 26 countries across Europe, Asia, the Americas, Africa and Australasia is seeking a Manager of Americas Document Management for its office in New York City.
The Position: The role is responsible for ensuring the effective capture, classification and storage of corporate records (electronic and hard copy), enabling efficient and secure access to information, supporting corporate accountability, and preserving the integrity of the Group’s records.
Based in the New York office, the role is responsible for the management and supervision of team members in New York (3), Chicago (1) and Toronto (2). Team members support business users in the USA (New York, Chicago, Los Angeles, Houston, Austin, and Atlanta), Canada (Toronto, Calgary, and Vancouver), Mexico, and Buenos Aires.
· Actively contribute to Document Management team strategic goals, planning and projects.
· Provide input to system and procedural development.
· Liaise with the global Document Management team and Information Technology as required.
· Supervise, manage and quality check Document Management workflow, priorities and progress.
· Conduct bi-annual performance appraisals for all staff reporting to this role.
· Regular reporting to Document Management Head (based in Sydney, Australia), and to local key stakeholders.
· Report to internal compliance regarding statutory and professional requirements as required.
· Relationship building with key stakeholders and business contacts.
· Tertiary qualifications in Information Management
· Working knowledge of an EDMS (electronic document management system)
· Knowledge of records management principles including issues relating to management of business records in paper and electronic formats.
· Able to demonstrate familiarity with corporate regulatory requirements.
· Strong negotiation, communication (verbal and written) and people skills.
· Proficiency in Microsoft Office suite of applications.
· Minimum 5 years experience in a comparable role.
· Eligibility to membership of professional associations.
· Experience of Northern American Financial Services regulatory environment, particularly
· SEC & FINRA (US) Broker dealer or Investment adviser Books & Records requirements.
· Experience in systems (EDMS) implementation and support.
· Experience conducting e-Discovery projects and applying legal holds.
· Experience in formulating Retention & Disposition Schedules.
· Project Management / Change Management Experience
Job Code: RB-08 (Resumes in Word preferred)
For further details on this position, to send your resume, or make a referral:
A direct job posting from a trusted library recruiter.
Tuesday, October 6, 2009
Job ID #: DBATRMJ
Location: NY-New York
Functional Area: Information Technology
Company Name: Chartis
Employment Type: Full Time - Regular
Education Preferred: Bachelors
Experience Required: 6-9 years
Relocation Provided: No
Chartis has an opportunity for a Database Architect in its Reinsurance Department.
As a Database Architect for the Reinsurance Department, you will be responsible for the following:
Translating business data requirements into conceptual, logical, and physical data models.
The data architect needs to be able to have an end-to-end vision, and to see how logical design will translate into one or more physical databases, and how the data will flow through the successive stages involved. He or she will need to be able to address issues of data migration, and will need to understand the importance of data dictionaries and other data standards.
Gather and document business data requirements.
Develop conceptual, logical, and physical data models.
Develop physical database designs.
Develop and apply data design standards and guidelines.
Verify that data models accurately reflect business requirements and data usage.
Develop and steward data model meta-data.
Document and facilitate resolution of data-related project issues.
Manage, resolve and report on data-related project defects.
Manage data redundancy appropriately.
Promote reuse of data and related processes.
Generates documentation and assists with training staff.
Develop and enforce metadata standards.
Define data archiving/purge standards.
Identifying architectural issues and proposing alternative solutions.
Tuning and designing a variety of databases for performance, scalability and stability.
Experience and Education:
BS in Computer Science
5+ years IT related experience
3+ years of database programming experience
Proven ability to deliver complex analysis and reports
Must be able to deliver results in a high pressure quick paced environment
Chartis is a world leading property-casualty and general insurance organization serving more than 40 million clients in over 160 countries and jurisdictions. With a 90-year history, one of the industry’s most extensive ranges of products and services, deep claims expertise and excellent financial strength, Chartis enables its commercial and personal insurance clients alike to manage virtually any risk with confidence. For additional information, please visit our website at http://www.Chartisinsurance.com.
At Chartis we support and encourage a diverse work environment. EOE.
Apply on firm website: http://www.chartisinsurance.com/job-search_295_197615.html
Job ID: 2009-1682 # Positions: 1
Location: US-NY-New York Posted Date: 10/1/2009
Category: Digital Business - Global Digital Business Level: Manager
More information about this job:
Sony Music Entertainment is a global recorded music company with a roster of current artists that includes a broad array of both local artists and international superstars, as well as a vast catalog that comprises some of the most important recordings in history. Sony Music Entertainment is a wholly owned subsidiary of Sony Corporation of America.
The Catalog Manager will oversee the building and maintenance of an extensive, well-organized classical music database, tying together composers, works, recordings, and performers, and including information generated internally and licensed from 3rd-party sources.
* Build and maintain integrity of the classical music database
* Clearly document naming conventions and workflow practices
* Coordinate ongoing flow of data from internal sources and 3rd-party content providers
* Verify weekly availability and metadata accuracy of priority releases
* Identify and troubleshoot metadata errors and inconsistencies
* Identify opportunities to improve content workflow efficiency and communicate requirements
* Manage team of Catalog Specialists and interns
* Strong familiarity with classical music
* Bachelor's degree required, preferably in Music or Library Sciences
* 3-5 years experience working with electronic information
* Strong analytical, organizational, and problem-solving skills
* Keen attention to detail
* Familiarity with different information formats and aptitude for new technology
* Leadership experience and ability to work effectively with a team
Apply directly on company website: http://jobs-sonymusic.icims.com/jobs/1682/job
Bloomberg Law School Sales Representative: Bloomberg
Job ID 24030
Company Name Bloomberg
Job Category Legal
Location New York, NY
Position Type Full-Time, Employee
Experience 2-5 Years Experience
Date Posted September 30, 2009
Bloomberg is the leading global provider of financial data, news and analytics. The BLOOMBERG PROFESSIONAL service and Bloomberg's media services provide real-time and archived financial and market data, pricing, trading, news and communications tools in a single, integrated package to corporations, news organizations, financial and legal professionals and individuals around the world.
The legal, regulatory and business development service is looking for a motivated and astute sales person to join our Law School sales team. In this professional service sales role, the candidate will be responsible for representing and "selling" the exciting new Web version of Bloomberg Law (BLAW) as well as maintaining a legal/financial footprint to both potential and existing law schools. In this consultative sales role, the candidate will work closely with the Law School's Library Directors, faculty, and students to maintain a competitive edge in positioning BLAW in the curriculum. You will be the point person and bridge between building successful, long lasting relationships at key law schools across the country.
-Minimum of 3 years of Legal sales or relationship management experience
-Highly articulate, consultative and confident sales approach
-Proven ability to build and maintain solid client relationships
-Excellent communication and presentation skills
-Legal market knowledge an imperative
-JD is preferred
-Requires frequent travel within the United States
Bloomberg is an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer and we welcome applications from all backgrounds regardless of race, color, religion, sex, national origin, ancestry, age, marital status, sexual orientation, gender identity, veteran status, disability, or any other classification protected by law.
Apply directly on firm website: http://about.bloomberg.com/careers.html
Barnard College, Columbia University, is currently seeking a Dean of Barnard Library & Academic Information Services (BLAIS). Reporting to the Provost and Dean of the Faculty, the Dean will provide leadership, management and planning for all aspects of library and academic information services that support the teaching, learning and research missions of the College. S/he will determine the overall policies and practices for BLAIS operations. The Dean will also work closely with the College’s faculty and administration to ensure that library and academic information services support and enhance the curriculum. In collaboration with the Vice President for Information Technology, the Dean will develop strategies for innovative approaches to the delivery and use of academic information services and technologies in support of the academic program at the College.
The ideal candidate will have a Master’s degree in Library/ Information Sciences from an ALA-accredited school with a minimum of eight years of college/university experience in information services. S/he should have significant experience in public service supporting undergraduate coursework and research projects. Excellent communication, interpersonal and demonstrated analytical and organizational skills are essential for the candidate’s success.
Interested candidates should send letter and resume to Employment Manager, Barnard College, 3009 Broadway, New York, NY 10027. Fax: 212-854-2454. Email: email@example.com. No telephone calls, please.
DEADLINE FOR APPLICATIONS: 01 Dec 2009
DATE OF ISSUANCE: 02 Oct 2009
ORGANIZATIONAL UNIT: Department of Public Information
DUTY STATION: New York
VACANCY ANNOUNCEMENT NUMBER: 09-IMA-DPI-420881-R-NEW YORK (G)
Priority consideration for vacancies at the P3 level will be given to internal candidates and candidates who have passed a competitive examination.
Depending on professional background, experience and family situation, a competitive compensation and benefits package is offered.
United Nations Core Values: Integrity, Professionalism, Respect for Diversity
Under the general supervision of the Information Processing Coordinator, Information Processing and Acquisitions Cluster, Outreach Division, Department of Public Information, the incumbent is responsible for the following duties: Plan, supervise and coordinate the work and outputs of the UN Documents Bibliographic Description group and Specialized Agencies Group. Revise the metadata, including notes, of UN and Specialized Agencies documents and publications created by support staff in English, French and Spanish. Perform periodic quality control activities of the UN Bibliographic Information System (UNBIS) database to ensure consistency. Maintain the series symbol, voting record and agenda files and liaise with the Documents Control Section of Department for General Assembly and Conference Management (DGACM) when necessary on the establishment of document series symbols. Monitor the timely processing of UN and Specialized Agencies materials. Maintain and update, when necessary, the UNBIS Manuals for Bibliographic Description, Agenda Records and UN Documents Series Symbol Records.
Professionalism - Highly developed conceptual, analytical, and innovative problem-solving ability; demonstrated ability to handle complex library bibliographic and indexing issues. Takes responsibility for incorporating gender perspectives and ensuring the equal participation of women and men in all areas. Planning and Organizing - Develops clear goals that are consistent with agreed strategies; identifies priority activities and assignments; adjusts priorities as required; allocates appropriate amount of time and resources for completing work; foresees risks and allows for contingencies when planning; monitors and adjusts plans and actions as necessary; uses time efficiently. Technological Awareness - Keeps abreast of available technology; understands applicability and limitation of technology to the work of the office; actively seeks to apply technology to appropriate tasks; shows willingness to learn new technology. Communication - Speaks and writes clearly and effectively; listens to others, correctly interprets messages from others and responds appropriately; asks questions to clarify, and exhibits interest in having two-way communication; tailors language, tone, style and format to match audience; demonstrates openness in sharing information and keeping people informed. Teamwork- Works collaboratively with colleagues to achieve organizational goals; solicits input by genuinely valuing others’ ideas and expertise; is willing to learn from others; places team agenda before personal agenda; supports and acts in accordance with final group decision, even when such decisions may not entirely reflect own position; shares credit for team accomplishments and accepts joint responsibility for team shortcomings.
Advanced university degree (Master's degree or equivalent) in library science, information sciences or related field. A first level university degree in combination with qualifying experience may be accepted in lieu of the advanced university degree.
At least 5 years of progressively responsible experience in library work or information network administration.
English and French are the working languages of the United Nations Secretariat. For this post, fluency (written and oral) required. Knowledge of another official UN language, especially French or Spanish is desirable.
In-depth knowledge of the international cataloguing rules and standards (e.g., AACRII and MARC) required. Solid skills to use integrated library management systems required.
The United Nations shall place no restrictions on the eligibility of men and women to participate in any capacity and under conditions of equality in its principal and subsidiary organs. (Charter of the United Nations - Chapter 3, article 8). English and French are the two working languages of the United Nations Secretariat. The United Nations Secretariat is a non-smoking environment.
THE UNITED NATIONS DOES NOT CHARGE A FEE AT ANY STAGE OF THE RECRUITMENT PROCESS (APPLICATION, INTERVIEW MEETING, PROCESSING, TRAINING OR ANY OTHER FEES). THE UNITED NATIONS DOES NOT CONCERN ITSELF WITH INFORMATION ON BANK ACCOUNTS.
PLEASE NOTE THAT APPLICATIONS RECEIVED AFTER THE DEADLINE WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED.
How to apply
All applicants are strongly encouraged to apply online as soon as possible after the vacancy has been posted and well before the deadline stated in the vacancy announcement. Because applications submitted by United Nations (UN) staff members are considered first, provided the eligibility requirements set out in ST/AI/2006/3 are met and the application is submitted in a timely fashion, staff members should apply within 15-day or 30-day mark.
Online applications will be acknowledged where an email address has been provided. If you do not receive an e-mail acknowledgement within 24 hours of submission, your application may not have been received. In such cases, please go to “My UN” page and check the status of your application by clicking on “View Application History”, and resubmit the application, if necessary.
1. To start the application process, applicants are required to register by opening a "My UN" account. Go to Login, and Register as a User. Fill in the form and choose a User Name and Password.
2. After opening the account, applicants may apply for vacancies using the Personal History Profile (PHP) provided. Once the PHP has been completed for a particular vacancy, it can be saved and used for future applications. The PHP may be up-dated, when necessary, for future applications.
3. In completing the PHP, please note that all fields marked with an asterisk must be completed.
4. UN staff members must submit scanned copies of their two latest Performance Appraisal System (PAS) reports at the time of application to the appropriate Human Resources Office (HRO)/Personnel Office (PO) to the email address below, clearly indicating the vacancy announcement number. In case you have no access to the digitizing equipment, please submit hard copies of the two latest PAS reposts to the relevant HRO/PO via fax.
Please see the Frequently Asked Questions, if you encounter problems when applying.
Website listing: https://jobs.un.org/Galaxy/Release3/vacancy/Display_Vac.aspx?lang=1200&VACID=7d0ffdef-0059-47d5-a134-6671ec705f41
Job Title: CHIEF LIBRARIAN
Location: United States, New York, New York City
Job Types: Professional
Categories: Special Librarianship
Archives/ Records Management
Frick Art Reference Library
Background: The Frick Art Reference Library was founded by Helen Clay Frick in 1920 "to encourage and develop the study of the fine arts, and to advance the general knowledge of kindred subjects." Today, it is one of the finest art history libraries in the United States. In addition to a book collection relating to the European and American fine arts and decorative arts from the fourth to the mid-twentieth century, the library also houses an extensive photographic research archive holding more than one million photographs that document the work of more than 36,000 artists. Although the Library was founded as a separate institution, financially supported almost entirely by Miss Frick until 1984, it is now an integral part of The Frick Collection and serves as a unique resource for the study and appreciation of art and its history.
The Frick Collection is an art museum consisting of more than 1,100 works of art from the thirteenth to the nineteenth century, displayed in the intimate surroundings of the former home of Henry Clay Frick. The residence, with its furnishings and works of art, has been open to the public since 1935. It is considered one of the world's most perfect museums;
The Library has an operating budget of about $4 million and 55-60 staff, of whom 20 are library professionals. It is a member of the New York Art Resources Consortium (NYARC), the Association of Research Institutes in Art History, and the RLG (Research Library Group) Programs. The Andrew W. Mellon Chief Librarian reports to the Director of the Frick Collection, who has been with the institution since 2003.
Summary: The Frick Collection seeks in its Chief Librarian an institution builder who can work within the framework of a distinctive museum of art. It is looking both for the skills and experience needed to manage a contemporary library and the scholarly background needed to lead a preeminent center for research in the history of art. An understanding of, and successful experience in addressing the major challenges facing academic research libraries, including collections development, technology integration, space planning and utilization, the intricacies of scholarly communication, and the need for effective staff and organizational development to support changing user needs and expectations will be especially valued. Candidates must bring a willingness and proven ability to develop financial resources.
- Strong communication and professional collaboration skills are required.
- Personal integrity, a lively intellect, and a collegial disposition are essential.
- A Master's degree in Library or Information Science is highly desirable.
Benefits in Employment with The Frick Collection
Full-time employees are eligible to participate in group life, health, and dental insurance plans. Employees contribute to the cost of their health insurance based on income level and the type of coverage they select. Other benefits include Short and Long Term Disability insurance; employee contributed tax deferred annuity; flexible spending plans for health, dependent care and commuting costs; generous defined benefit pension plan with participation after one year of service/vesting after five years of service; 13 paid holidays; generous sick and vacation time accruals.
TO APPLY: All inquiries, nominations, and applications should be directed with a cover letter in confidence to
334 Boylston Street
Boston, MA 02116,
Electronic submission of material is strongly encouraged.
The Frick Collection is an Equal Opportunity Employer. The Collection does not discriminate because of age, sex, religion, race, color, national origin, disability, marital status, veteran status, sexual orientation or any other factor prohibited by law. Qualified candidates of diverse ethnic and racial backgrounds are encouraged to apply for vacant positions at all levels. This description shall not be construed as a contract of any sort for a specific period of employment.
Monday, October 5, 2009
Job Title Metadata / Preservation Expert
Date Posted 10/5/2009
Area/Specialty Content Mgt / DAM/Jobs
Location New York, NY
Job Type Full-Time Regular
Min Experience 5 Years
Position Id 1310
LAC is seeking a Metadata and Preservation Expert with in-depth experience in the moving-image (film/TV) industry. Holding a senior-level role, the Metadata Expert must be well-versed and understand evolving industry standards for metadata in the film/TV industry, moving-image storage and preservation. Looking for a corporate, business-savvy person who can serve as an expert/consultant to the company and who can participate in company discussions with business units. Position is NYC-based.
Anyone interested in learning more about this opportunity should contact Keith Gurtzweiler at firstname.lastname@example.org or (323) 302-9436. All inquiries are confidential.
This job opportunity is made available through a library recruiter.
Saturday, October 3, 2009
The Archives of the American Jewish Joint Distribution Committee (JDC)
is currently hiring a part-time Quality Assurance Assistant for a
large-scale text digitization project.
The time commitment for this position is approximately 2 days, or 15-20
hours, per week at our midtown Manhattan office. The primary
responsibility of this position is to interface directly with the
overseas digitization vendor while technicians crop, compound, OCR, and
apply basic metadata to digital images scanned from JDC microfilm. This
- Examining JDC files (on microfilm and in digital formats) to formulate
rules, find exceptions, and answer questions posed by the vendor;
- Communicating regularly with vendor via email and WebEx to provide
instructions and answer questions;
- Keeping track of vendor's progress and delivering regular status
reports to the project manager;
- Reviewing work done and ensuring corrections are made before data is
imported into our digital asset management system.
- Familiar with process of digitization from microfilm;
- Technically proficient with strong ability to work with digital image
software, FTP, XML, and microfilm equipment;
- Understanding of archival arrangement and microfilming projects;
- Knowledge of foreign languages such as German, French, and/or Hebrew a
We hope to fill this position by Friday, October 16. If you are
interested, please email a resume with cover letter as soon as possible
to email@example.com. Please respond in
Archives Project Manager
American Jewish Joint Distribution Committee