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Friday, August 30, 2013

F/T - Sr. Project Mgr, Council Foreign Rel'ns (NY)

Senior Project Manager, Information Management Project, Council on Foreign Relations – NY

Council on Foreign Relations (CFR) is hiring a Senior Project Manager to help with  upgrading and integrating the organization’s information assets, which currently include a CRM (constituent relationship management system), document storage, Outlook, and WCM, and  developing and implementing new Accounting, Enterprise Search and Digital Asset Management systems. A multi-year Information Management Project (IMP) initiative will put in place stronger governance and analysis structures for central performance indicators. It will also implement and integrate a new CRM system.
The Senior Project Manager’s role will be to provide long and short term project planning; including coordinating the engagements of consulting specialists, vendors, and CFR staff. The Project Manager will report to the Chief Technology Officer.

The main responsibilities will include, but are not limited to:

  • Developing and maintaining a strategic and tactical plan for the IMP, providing guidance, options, and recommendations.
  • Overseeing the development of the IMP Program governance standards, policies, and procedures.
  • Working with the IMP team and stakeholders to translate business processes analysis into RFPs and RFDs. Coordinating vendor presentations and proof of concept projects.
  • Meeting regularly with IMP team, Senior Management Team, Business Process Team, and IS technical architecture team to review existing and backlogged projects, identify critical dependencies between projects, develop integrated project schedules, and communicate program strategy, direction, and changes.
  • Monitoring and reporting progress on projects to the IMP team.
  • Identifying and recommending supporting organizational changes for adopting new enterprise-wide content management practices.

  • A minimum of 5 years of related project management experience. Comprehensive knowledge of project management concepts and a portfolio of complex project implementations.
  • Degree in related field.
  • Advanced knowledge and experience in implementing or maintaining enterprise content management principles, tools and technologies.
  • Comprehensive understanding of Microsoft Office SharePoint Suite 2010 Server, Designer, and Infopath.
    • Demonstrated knowledge of CRM.
    • Demonstrated knowledge of Microsoft Office Suite, including Exchange.
    • Strong understanding of search tools and search technologies.Knowledge of records management principles.
    • Self-starter with excellent planning, organizational, problem-solving, and leadership skills, including the proven ability to meet deadlines.
    • Excellent verbal and written communication skills, including public speaking experience
    • Ability to work in and lead groups of employees, management, and vendor representatives.
    • Proven ability to express complex technical concepts in understandable terms.
    • Experience implementing SharePoint 2010 or 2013, with proven ability to translate business requirements and processes into effective SharePoint solutions, strongly preferred
Founded in 1921, the Council on Foreign Relations (CFR) is a leading nonprofit membership organization, research center, and publisher, with headquarters in New York, an office in Washington, DC, and programs nationwide. It is dedicated to increasing America’s understanding of the world and contributing ideas to U.S. foreign policy. CFR’s 4,700 are leaders in international affairs and foreign policy. CFR also publishes Foreign Affairs, the preeminent journal on global issues, and provides up-to-date information about the world and U.S. foreign policy on its award-winning website,
Posted: August 2013

How to apply

Qualified candidates should email or fax a resume and cover letter. Please submit to the Human Resources department 
PLEASE INCLUDE THE POSITION NAME IN THE SUBJECT OF YOUR EMAIL.The Council on Foreign Relations is an equal opportunity employer and actively seeks candidates from a diverse background.
Council on Foreign Relations
Human Resources Office
58 East 68th St., New York, NY 10065
FAX: (212) 434-9893

F/T - Content Specialist, Bloomberg (NY)

Content Specialist-Enterprise Content and Distributions Job, Bloomberg – NY

Bloomberg is looking for a Content Specialist. The Content Specialist serves as the Primary point of contact for the content-related needs of Bloomberg Enterprise customers. As a liaison between the customer, Enterprise Solutions teams and other Bloomberg Teams, the Content Specialist maintains ownership of all client content interaction throughout the pre- and post-sale. Content Specialists assess customer and application content needs, including feature sets, instrument universes and fields based on current and intended uses and resolve those against what is available via Bloomberg Enterprise solutions. 

Key Responsibilities:

Content gathering and Pre-engagement analysis:

-Work with the client to understand their entire content needs
-Identifying the clients BPS user content requirements, identifying any out of policy situations
-Ensuring necessary content and features are available, and working with the client on creative solutions where gaps exist
-Proactively engaging with clients well-known migration scenarios such as SAPI to BPIPE, BPOD to BPIPE etc.
-Managing content related migration issues to resolution
-Identifying and mitigating logistical dependencies that may hinder the client access to content such as exchange or contributor enablements and approvals
-Understanding the clients data distribution requirements and working with the TAM and the rest of the virtual implementation team to recommend a solution
-Developing a deep understanding of the various content delivery mechanisms within ES (DL, SAPI, BPIPE) in order to recommend the most suitable for the clients needs
-Provide Bloomberg Symbology identification for all instruments/fields required by client applications
-Assist the Implementation Specialist with capacity projection/bandwidth analysis
-Understand and document user and application types and relevant content sets
-Understand and document any potential risks or challenges to the project

Manage Application content migration for all Bloombergs Enterprise Products:

-As a core member of the virtual implementation team, work alongside the TAM, Implementation Specialist and Integration Specialist through to client handover and go-live
-Coordinate and interact with Global Data teams and Product Managers to obtain clarification on field definition/behavior and instrument availability
-Liaise with business units (both internal and external to Bloomberg) to coordinate the activities needed to fill any gaps identified during the Pre-engagement
-Ensure the shortest possible time to application go-live (in coordination with Dev Support) while maintaining high standards of work practices
-Ensure the TAM is appraised of all content related risks and milestones

On-going client interaction and adoption:
-Provide training to Client Application Development Teams in regards to Bloomberg Instrument/Field Symbology and product functionality
-Develop and maintain productive working relationships with content-related counterparts at assigned customer accounts
-Assist the TAM in driving adoption of Bloomberg Enterprise Solutions.

To Apply:

F/T - Evergreen Systems Spec't, Bibliomation (CT)

Evergreen Systems Specialist, Bibliomation, Inc. – CT

Bibliomation, Inc. is Connecticut’s largest library consortium consisting of over 60 member libraries.  Bibliomation libraries manage resources and materials using a shared Evergreen open source integrated library system.  Other member services include website hosting, email, downloadable electronic media, and network telecommunications.  Offices are located in Waterbury, CT.

Bibliomation is seeking an Evergreen Systems Specialist to join the Evergreen support team.The Evergreen Systems Specialist will:
• Report to the Evergreen Systems Manager, working closely to manage the Evergreen system which is operated using a virtual Linux multi-server environment.
• Assist in troubleshooting software issues by performing log analysis and error debugging.
• Assist in technical tasks associated with backup and recovery activities.
• Monitor system performance and adjust operating systems and applications to avoid performance issues.
• Install and test new Evergreen software patches and releases.
• Make new recommendations or modify existing system configurations based on member library needs.
• Perform systems integration testing of various operating systems, databases, system utilities, and hardware upgrades.

• Bachelor’s degree or equivalent in Computer/Information Science or in a related field
• 1-3 years working experience
• Proficiency with Linux operating systems
• Relational database experience, including SQL scripting
• Familiarity with HTML, CSS, JavaScript
• Familiarity with virtualization tools

Oral and written communication skills
• Ability to collaborate well within a team environment

• Working knowledge of or experience with software development and version control
• Familiarity with libraries or education
• Experience with open source software projects

Bibliomation offers a comprehensive benefit package. The salary range for this position is $50-55k.

Deadline:  Cover letters and resumes should be submitted to by Friday, September 27th.

F/T - Metadata Librarian, Rutgers Univ. (NJ)

Metadata Librarian for Continuing Resources, Scholarship and Data, Rutgers Univ – NJ

The Rutgers University Libraries (RUL) seek an innovative, flexible, and energetic individual to serve as Metadata Librarian for Continuing Resources, Scholarship and Data, supporting the system-wide resource access needs of Rutgers University. The individual will provide leadership, management, and strategic planning for bibliographic access to print and electronic continuing resources, scholarly papers and presentations, and research data in all formats, ensuring effective and accurate access to these resources in the library’s catalog, institutional repository and forthcoming webscale discovery layer environments.In consultation with other librarians and the Associate University Librarian (AUL), Digital Library Services, this position will:
  • Ensure effective and accurate access to print and electronic continuing resources utilizing AACR2/MARC and RDA, when locally implemented, in the library’s SirsiDynix catalog and forthcoming webscale discovery environment.
  • Work with library liaison faculty, academic faculty and others to understand the current and emerging needs of faculty for access, impact and reuse of scholarly and research resources in the RUcore repository.
  • Engage with library liaison faculty and RUcore managers and developers to design and implement tools, services and support new modes of scholarly communication , education and research at Rutgers University.
  • Develop application profiles and strategies to integrate continuing resources (e.g., journals, newspapers, yearbooks) into the Libraries’ RUcore repository.
  • Define metadata requirements for research data and scholarly publications, establish application profiles and develop vocabularies to ensure a heavily used interdisciplinary institutional repository.
  • Collaborate with other metadata librarians to develop ontology services for a wide range of education and research needs.
  • Provide leadership and management to the Continuing Resources, Scholarship and Research Metadata unit of Central Technical Services, consisting of two full-time staff catalogers.
  • Participate in library committees, provide training and leadership within the department, and coordinate the provision of metadata services provided by departmental staff to a wide range of digital projects.
  • Remain abreast of current technologies and trends and represent the libraries in professional associations and at conferences in this area.
This tenure track faculty position reports to the AUL for Digital Library Systems, is a member of the Technical and Automated Services (TAS) library faculty, and will work closely in teams with the Centralized Technical Services and Scholarly Communication units. The successful candidate must demonstrate a commitment to scholarship through research, conference presentations, and publications. The individual must also demonstrate a commitment to continual professional development through participation in and leadership in the work of relevant professional associations and service to RUL and the university.

QUALIFICATIONS: An ALA-accredited MLS or its equivalent is required. A minimum of three years’ library experience, including resource description; proven familiarity and direct experience with digital library collections and institutional repositories; knowledge of metadata standards such as AACR2, RDA, MODS, and Dublin Core required. The successful candidate must possess excellent written and verbal communication and interpersonal skills, and the ability to work collegially in a team-oriented environment. Successful experience in providing metadata description to a variety of digital resources, including scholarly publications, research data, and print and electronic continuing resources is strongly preferred. Supervisory or team management experience is preferred. Demonstrated commitment to fostering diversity is required. Candidates who have had successful experience in the design and delivery of services for diverse populations will be given preference. The successful candidate must be eligible to work in the United States.

SALARY/STATUS: Salary is commensurate with qualifications and experience.

BENEFITS: Faculty status, twelve-month appointment, retirement plan, life/health insurance, prescription drug, dental and vision plans, tuition remission, 22 vacation days annually.

LIBRARY PROFILE: The Rutgers University Libraries, comprising libraries on the University’s Camden, New Brunswick, and Newark campuses, all reporting to the Vice President for Information Services and University Librarian, operate as a unified library system with coordinated public, technical services, and collection development programs including digital initiatives and a pioneering institutional repository. The Libraries have highly valued staff of about 300 who are committed to developing innovations in access services, information literacy and digital initiatives. The Libraries operate with a budget of $28 million and outstanding collections especially in jazz and New Jerseyana. The Rutgers University Libraries are a member of ARL, CRL, Lyrasis, Metro, NERL, and VALE, and use Sirsi Dynix and OCLC as primary bibliographic utilities and Fedora repository software. In concert with the integration of the University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey into Rutgers University, the libraries connected with those schools in Newark and New Brunswick will become part of the Rutgers University Libraries system as of July 1, 2013. The combined enrollment across all three campuses is more than 58,000 students from all 50 states and 125 countries working toward degrees in 28 schools and colleges with an overall emphasis on arts and sciences. The Rutgers University New Brunswick campus is the largest of the three regional campuses, supporting over 33,000 graduate and undergraduate students, in approximately 100 undergraduate programs, more than 80 graduate/professional programs, and 60 doctoral programs as a Carnegie Classification Research University (very high research activity) campus. Rutgers University is a member of the Association of American Universities and is an ADVANCE institution, committed to increase diversity and the participation and advancement of women in the STEM disciplines. Rutgers is also a member of the Committee on Institutional Cooperation (CIC), the nation’s premier higher education consortium of top tier research institutions, composed of members of the Big Ten Conference plus the University of Chicago.

TO APPLY: REVIEW OF APPLICATIONS AND INTERVIEWS WILL BEGIN IMMEDIATELY AND CONTINUE UNTIL THE POSITION IS FILLED. SUBMIT RESUME, COVER LETTER, NAMES OF THREE REFERENCES AND WHERE THE POSITION WAS ADVERTISED TO: Lila Fredenburg (APP. 211), Director of Administrative Services, Rutgers University Libraries, 169 College Avenue, New Brunswick, NJ 08901-1163, email:, FAX: 732-932-7637 Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey, is an equal-opportunity, affirmative-action employer. The Libraries are strongly and actively committed to diversity, and seek candidates who will contribute creatively to the University’s multicultural environment.

F/T - Content Acquisition Spec't, Reuters (NY)

Content Acquisition Specialist, Reuters Knowledge – NY

Thomson Reuters is hiring a Content Acquisition Specialist to manage and facilitate the implementation of plans to proactively acquire information necessary for product initiatives and future ventures
Legal / Content Acquisition / Content Acquisition Specialist
Key Responsibilities
  • Executes the acquisition strategy for core and high-value content.
  • Determines or assist in determining acquisition priorities, timelines, methods of acquisition, composition of the team, and budget/resource allocation.
  • Communicates and negotiates with government sources regarding a wide range of data issues, including: securing website rights and access, troubleshooting errant data or technical anomalies, communicating company’s policies, and making tactful inquiries to resolve issues.
  • Helps to ensure company initiatives/major projects/core revenues are successful by rapidly adding and maintaining data through:
    • Leveraging and managing current acquisition relationships.
    • Establishing/building relationships with non-traditional data providers.
  • Maintains relations with state and federal government to help maintain core products.
  • Helps lead teams that arrange and implement processes to acquire data.
  • Assists in identifying and driving acquisition costs/process efficiencies.
  • Assists in the development of performance and production metrics.
  • Works with numerous groups across the organization, including: Strategy & Business Development, Primary Law Development, Cases & 3rd party Content, Codes Content, Strategic Marketing and NPD.
  • Helps manage the acquisition costs with an ongoing responsibility to develop efficiencies.
  • Drives acquisition efforts to meet planned revenue targets.
    • Manage the teams responsible for reporting databases and acquisition software necessary for acquisition initiatives. 
    • Responsible for project management and the performance of the team responsible for capturing the data. 
    • Recommends and negotiates costs of data with individual data source, ranging from minimal administrative fees to approximately $10,000 annually.
    Qualifications, Experience, Knowledge and Skills
    • MA degree with 1-2 yrs of progressive experience in publishing or government OR
    • BA degree with 5-7 yrs of progressive experience in publishing or government OR
    • Experience developing and fostering relationships with internal and external partners.
    • Experience negotiating agreements with outside parties.
    • Excellent people and team management skills.
    • Demonstrated negotiation skills.
    • Excellent analytical and problem-solving skills.
    • Excellent verbal and written communication skills.
      • Ability to discuss and present complex information.
    • Demonstrated ability to respond to deadline pressures.
    • Knowledge of government entities and general business knowledge.
    To apply:

Wednesday, August 28, 2013

F/T - Principal Cataloger/Metadata, Princeton (NJ)

Principal Cataloger and Metadata Analyst, Rare Book Collections
Princeton University, Princeton, NJ

The Department of Rare Books and Special Collections seeks an experienced, multifaceted resource description professional to assume a lead role in providing high-level metadata services as a member of the Rare Books Cataloging Team. The Team's workload encompasses new cataloging for both the Department's collections and the rare book collections in the Marquand Library of Art and Archaeology, retrospective conversion, end processing, and record maintenance and enhancement, along with numerous special projects. The Principal Cataloger and Metadata Analyst, Rare Book Collections is primarily responsible for developing descriptive policy and standards for the rare book collections; using a variety of software tools to provide analytical reports and repurpose data; scripting workflows; setting up and managing projects; and advising staff on descriptive issues. He or she also regularly catalogs books, serials, and other types of materials, and creates NACO name authority records.

The position works jointly with three unit leaders in Special Collections Technical Services to develop the Department's overall descriptive program and provide technical expertise. In addition, the Principal Cataloger and Metadata Analyst, Rare Book Collections contributes to Library-wide initiatives such as system implementation and digital library metadata development, in concert with staff from Cataloging and Metadata Services in the Library's Technical Services Department. The Principal Cataloger and Metadata Analyst, Rare Book Collections will interact regularly with the department's rare book curators and their assistants and with public services staff, along with other managers of rare book collections. This position offers the opportunity to work with exceptional collections in a technically sophisticated environment. The Principal Cataloger and Metadata Analyst, Rare Book Collections reports to the Head, Technical Services for Special Collections.

Review of applications will begin October 1 and will continue until the position is filled. Applications received by October 1 are assured a full review. Applications (cover letter, resume and the names, titles, addresses and phone numbers of three professional references) will be accepted only from the Jobs at Princeton website: (search for job number 1300609).

F/T - Knowledge Specialist, FactSet (CT)

Knowledge Specialist, FactSet – CT

FactSet continues to expand our Portfolio product suite and to support this growth, a dedicated Knowledge Specialist is needed to gather information, create materials, and facilitate knowledge sharing amongst the Portfolio product team for internal and external consumption.Responsibilities include:

- Become an expert on FactSet’s suite of Portfolio products and services in order to create and deliver documentation, communications, and other learning opportunities to our internal and external user community.
- Collaborate with subject matter experts (SMEs) on other FactSet teams throughout the Portfolio Analytics product development process to provide the most useful documentation, eLearning, print, and communication for the new application.
-  Partner with Product Development to gather new information about new and existing Portfolio products, methodology, and services to develop, write, edit, and publish a variety of print and online documentation
- Manage documentation for new and existing Portfolio products within FactSet’s proprietary content management system and prepare content for your assigned areas to publish in FactSet’s online help system.
- Develop, design, maintain, and enhance print materials in the form of product tipsheets for all Portfolio products.
- Develop, write, and edit client communications announcing new products, enhancements, and critical changes, as well as promoting existing functionality via “tips and tricks” messages.
-  Partner with eLearning Specialists to create useful learning opportunities about FactSet’s Portfolio product suite and methodology for internal and external consumption.

Job Requirements :
- Solid writing skills with the ability to present information in a clear and creative manner.
- A high degree of motivation, strong organizational skills, and attention to detail.
- Willingness to work as part of a team to identify and develop new and creative ideas for disseminating information.
- Ability to efficiently handle and prioritize multiple projects.
- Strong interest in writing, finance, and technology.
- Excellent interpersonal skills and professionalism.
- Ability to work independently.

Highly Desired Skills
- Experience with desktop publishing software, HTML authoring tools, and Web development tools
- Experience using FactSet Workstation

Please apply online at
FactSet Research Systems Inc. is an E-Verify participant and EOE/M/F/D/V Employer which strongly supports diversity in the workforce.
Equal Opportunity Employment Policy
To apply:

Tuesday, August 27, 2013

F/T - Content Mgmt Analyst, Voxgov (NY)

Content Management Analyst, Voxgov – NY

Voxgov is seeking a Content Management Analyst. The position is located in New York, NY.

Company Description: We are a start-up providing search and discovery in the area of government data. We efficiently capture, organize, maintain and present data from otherwise difficult to find sources and deliver user-friendly access to high quality search results based on our customized processes.

Job Description: As a member of our Data Quality team you will be involved in the computer-based review, management and maintenance of data integrity prior to publication on our web site. You will interface with our Development team to help ensure on-going improvements to data quality through pre and post data collection processes. Ensuring accurate and timely delivery of cleansed consistent data for publication to our web site will be central to your role.

Candidate: The position is ideally suited for someone with librarian and cataloging skills and background. We are looking for candidates who will be with the start-up company as it grows for the long-term with genuine opportunity for advancement.

  • Learn the definition of agreed to requirements for data quality
  • Run pre-defined data queries to identify and correct data inconsistencies and issues
  • Ensure cleanliness and accuracy of data to be used for deliverables
  • Responsibility for timely delivery of tasks and deliverables
  • Load data into the production environment
  • Communication and documentation skills required to enable formalizing of Data Quality checks process and communicating to other team members
  • Liaise internally with Development team to assist in the development of enhanced custom data solutions
Preferred Education and Experience:
  • College degree in Information Management or related field preferred
  • 2+ years of Content Management experience an advantage
  • Experience in high-tech product development environment an advantage
  • Experience managing in a data intensive, multiple project, deadline-driven environment
  • Strong decision making skills and the ability to troubleshoot potential workflow issues.
Abilities Required:
  • Good understanding of the IT business
  • Detail oriented with a good sense of organization
  • Ability to work independently but well in a team environment.
  • Excellent time management skills and ability to manage several tasks
  • Ability to prioritize workload and work under strict deadline, time frames and pressure
  • Communications and Presentation Skills
  • Support the Business Analyst community
  • Strong Problem Solving/Analytical skills
  • Skilled at internet research
Apply at

Saturday, August 24, 2013

(Contract) - SharePoint User Support, UNICEF (NY)

SharePoint 2010 User Support/Documentation Analyst, UNICEF – NY

UNICEF is currently undertaking a large scale migration and redevelopment of its knowledge management solutions into Microsoft technologies.  We currently require a Jr. SharePoint 2010 User Support Analyst to assist with SharePoint 2010 adoption globally within UNICEF.
This position will be based at UNICEF’s New York Headquarters.  You will report to a section manager and work within a team dedicated to this new initiative at UNICEF.
The SharePoint User Support Analyst should possess a broad knowledge of Microsoft SharePoint 2010 integrated solutions and also be capable of producing end user training materials.
Qualifications and Experience:
  • University degree, preferably in technical, education, communications, or literature fields.
  • 1 – 2+ years of experience supporting web based technologies, preferably SharePoint 2010.
  • 1 – 2+ years experience developing end user training materials and/or training curriculum for web based applications.
  • 1 year experience providing technical end user support.
  • Good understanding of and ability to work with core SharePoint features i.e. document libraries, lists, webparts, workflows, metadata, taxonomy, search, site settings and configuration, user administration.
  • Experience troubleshooting and/or supporting Microsoft SharePoint 2010.
  • Passionate about learning new technology and able to learn quickly.
  • Think flexibly, independently and strategically to resolve client issues, often interacting with other support or client teams.
  • Candidate must be self-motivated, demonstrate very strong initiative, and be able to prioritize and self-direct work.
  • Ability to successfully manage the overall process of incident resolution from initial call through resolution.
  • Ability to follow-up on escalated issues to ensure timely resolution.
  • Ability to document incidents and resolutions completely.
  • Strong troubleshooting and overall problem solving skills.
  • Ability to be a self-starter and to work with minimum supervision.
  • Experienced in a multi-cultural and gender sensitive work environment.
  • Excellent communication skills, written and verbal.
  • Strong interpersonal skills.
  • Ability to work with a team as well as independently.
Contract duration: This contract will be for 11 months and is renewable subject to adequate funding being available. The selected candidate is expected to work 7 hours/day.
How to Apply:
Interested applicants are requested to submit their applications along with a cover letter and C.V. to no later than 4 September 2013.  Only short listed candidates will be contacted.
The candidate must be authorized to work in the U.S.
The Organization does not sponsor for the H1 Visa.

Friday, August 23, 2013

F/T - Sports Broadcast Archivist, CBS (NY)

Sports Broadcast Archivist, CBS – NY

CBS is seeking a Sports Broadcast Archivist, who will be responsible for all CBS Sports records and maintains the archive and traffic of footage from internal and external sources in support of the Remote Crews, Studio Production and all other departments where needed.DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Supervise technicians for off-air records, ensure that loggers are on the correct game, andguarantees records and logs are correctly cataloged in the database.

  • Support Studio with needed materials, and all edit sessions for Remote Crews and other in-house and out-of-house production

  • Supply dubs when necessary for in-house and out-of-house requests

  • Supply Mobile Units with tape stock and X drives

  • Supply Remote Crews with historical and current footage and track no- returns

  • Ensure returning X Drives are virus free and compiled/backed up for other crews

  • Update any historical legacy footage as requested: database and format

  • Supply broadcast partners with any requests and ensure CBS obtains materials from samepartners

  • Maintain and update archival database
  • BA/BS in related field (video production) preferred or equivalent experience

  • Basic computer proficiency utilizing Word, Excel, etc. to support three in-house databases

  • Moderate lifting

  • Must be available to work nights, weekends and holidays

  • Must have an understanding of TV production and historical video formats

  • Must be able to multi task, pay attention to detail, and follow up consistently

  • Digital video productions skills a plus

  • Knowledge of Nesbit systems a plus

  • Participate in special projects and perform other duties as assigned
To apply:

F/T - Digital Library Specialist, Lexis-Nexis (NY)

Digital Library Specialist, Lexis-Nexis – NY

The Digital library Specialist commands a deep understanding of LN content and how it functions in a digital form. The Digital library Specialist will have specific knowledge of key existing and emerging challenges facing our customers. The Digital library Specialist leverages this expertise to convey credibility, meaningfully assessments of customer needs and promotes the portfolio of LN Digital content in a targeted and highly professional manner to drive revenue in target accounts.LexisNexis offers exclusive Digital library and EBook solutions designed to deliver a more efficient and effective research process. The Digital library Specialist is the LexisNexis expert in digital content and solutions.


* Responsible for account planning and driving Digital Services revenue in targeted accounts to achieve or exceed revenue quotas. Portfolio of products includes Digital library and EBooks.
* Responsible for developing, managing and executing against an account plan to drive adoption of our digital library and EBook solutions. Work closely with sales and consultant teams to ensure end user customers are exposed to our digital content.
* primary objectives to retain and grow existing accounts, while leveraging current relationships from multiple resources, including CM, RC and current print specialists
* Serve a Digital content thought leader in the assigned territory and regularly speak on panels and present at LexisNexis events, as well as customer events.
* Develops strong relationships with key decision makers in targeted accounts.(CIO, CFO, Director of Library services and key partners)
* Build and maintain a strong teaming relationship with Account Management Team to ensure Dig Lib and eBooks are a component of a cohesive account strategy.
* Negotiates and closes Digital deals as needed via opportunity planning.
* Communicates firm knowledge back to Client Manager and their own manager.
* Generates and communicates leads for other solution lines.
* Utilizes and reinforces all required processes, tools and systems including Total Source and TAOP.
* As duties as required.


* BA or BS required; or equivalent combination of education and experience.
* 5 successful years of sales experience with research solutions
* Solid understanding of print and digital content. Ability to speak intelligently with customers about our offerings, their options, and potential challenges of digital.
* Proven ability to successfully negotiate enterprise-wide contracts.
* Excellent communication and presentation skills with demonstrated ability to interact with higher Level executives and key decision makers.
* Demonstrated ability to successfully probe for data or clues that will allow for effective problem resolution.
* Ability to work cooperatively within a team and across the organization matrix to achieve group and organizational goals.
* Ability to build strong, enduring relationships to establish a network of individuals who can provide information, help or access to others.
* Demonstrated ability to drive to close includes overcoming obstacles to improve business results and performance levels to increase LN footprint in customer organizations.
* May require local or overnight travel.
* Ability to lift or carry laptop and collateral sales materials of approximately 20 lbs.

Competitive salary plus comprehensive benefits package to include:

Quarterly 401K Match
Paid Time Off
Paid Holidays
Two Paid Volunteer Days
Employee Stock Purchase Plan
Employee Assistance Program
Health Spending, Flexible Spending & Commuter Spending Accounts

The Research & Litigation Solutions business of LexisNexis serves the information and workflow needs in the U.S. of professionals in legal, government, corporate and academic markets. Legal and information professionals rely on expansive LexisNexis content and tools when researching case law, developing a litigation strategy, planning depositions, as well as researching companies and individuals and tracking and analyzing news events. Major lines of business include Litigation Solutions, Practice Area Solutions and Business Insight Solutions as well as flagship Research Solutions.
LexisNexis Legal & Professional ( is a leading global provider of content and technology solutions that enable professionals in legal, corporate, tax, government, academic and non-profit organizations to make informed decisions and achieve better business outcomes. As a digital pioneer, the company was the first to bring legal and business information online with its Lexis and Nexis services. Today, LexisNexis Legal & Professional harnesses leading-edge technology and world-class content, to help professionals work in faster, easier and more effective ways. Through close collaboration with its customers, the company ensures organizations can leverage its solutions to reduce risk, improve productivity, increase profitability and grow their business. Part of Reed Elsevier, LexisNexis Legal & Professional serves customers in more than 100 countries with 10,000 employees worldwide. LexisNexis, a division of Reed Elsevier is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer.

To apply:

F/T - Social Media/Web Content, Affinity FCU (NJ)

Social Media/Web Content Specialist, Affinity Federal Credit Union – NJ

Affinity Federal Credit Union is seeking a Social Media and Web Content Specialist. This position is located in Basking Ridge, NJ.

The Social Media and Web Content Specialist will act as Affinity’s brand advocate/evangelist: responsible for engaging and encouraging on-going conversations with fans/users on all social media outlets; writing and publishing Web content; maintaining and updating Web pages/blogs; monitoring and responding to user-contributed website content; and participating in social media efforts for Affinity. The specialist needs to understand the brand strategy and tone while creating a consistent voice in the space for the Affinity Federal Credit Union.

The position requires a person who is a self-starter and works well and independently and collaboratively in a fast-paced environment. The ideal candidate must:

· Display impeccable qualities in written communication, creative writing, and organizations skills.
· Coordinate flawlessly with marketing, and other departments
· Be able to communicate concisely and persuasively in generating support for social media concepts
· Be highly skilled with social media platforms including technology and software
· Be a detailed oriented, proactive individual with strong planning skills and a unique ability to maximize efforts

Requirements include a bachelor’s degree in Marketing, Communications, Journalism, Art History or related field. 2 to 3 years experience in writing for the Web, content management, internet research, digital or social media, online marketing or PR. Successful candidate must possess in-depth knowledge of social media outlets such as FB, Twitter, YouTube, LinkedIn, etc.

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Friday, August 16, 2013

F/T - Marketing Comm Assoc, IEEE (NJ)

Marketing Communications Associate, IEEE – NJ

IEEE is seeking a Marketing Communications Associate who will be responsible for administering day to day operations of the IEEE Intranet (InsideIEEE) relating to content management, publishing of content and digital content (textual and visual) and delivering on the corporate communications employee strategies. This person is also responsible for working on various internal, employee communications projects such as but not limited to: newsletters, promotional traditional and digital campaigns, writing of promotional content and storytelling.
He/She is also accountable for guiding and supporting Intranet content owners and publishers in applying user centric practices and principles in managing and maintaining the site.
He/she administers initiatives and projects to continuously improve Web content quality and user experience of the IEEE Intranet. This includes projects related to information architecture, search engine optimization, content quality assurance and editing, Web production and publishing, and ongoing site enhancements and evolution.
The role will concentrate most heavily on IEEE Intranet operations, but may also include involvement in projects related to other sites within Corporate Communications.
Editorial/Communications 35%
•           Works with Corporate Communications members to formulate goals and strategies for improving the IEEE Intranet and other communications, e.g. newsletters, blogs, new communication vehicles through stakeholder collaboration and delivering on an employee experience
•           Provides editorial support, perform content rewrites, evaluations, and migrations as needed
•           Works with Corporate Communications to develop and maintain processes and policies for content creation and publishing
Web optimization 25%
•           Works with IEEE Intranet content providers and Web contributors across the enterprise on:
o          information architecture (content labeling and placement)
o          content writing, planning, and publishing
o          usability and user-centered design
o          IEEE styles and standards
o          navigation best practices
o          optimizing content for searchability (SEO, metadata, taxonomy, indexing, etc.)
Project Administration/Web Metrics Analysis 25%
•           Facilitates the planning and execution of intranet Web publisher forums, engaging team members as needed
•           Maintains site maps, matrices, and inventories that serve as tools to support Intranet users
•           Completes tasks and projects in support of Corporate Communications colleagues and other employees in Marketing, Sales and Design, as needed
•           Creates and maintains a forward-thinking Intranet feature/functionality roadmap
Technical 15%
•           Develops and maintains IEEE Intranet release schedule and work closely with IT to implement
•           Handles requests for URL redirects, new directories, and domain names
•           Administers day-to-day QA operations on IEEE Intranet content
•           Encourages and employs user-centric design methodologies
•           Defines content management system (CMS) requirements. Develops and maintains CMS related governance documents as needed.
•           Collaborates and liaises with Corporate IT team on requirements, prioritization, and scheduling of ongoing site enhancements.
Requirements: Bachelor’s degree or equivalent experience in Web Communications, Promotion/Public Relations Writing, Design, Human-Computer Interaction, English or another relevant field required. Minimum of 3 years of Public Relations/Promotional Storytelling writing, Web and 3 years of project management experience preferably in public relations, digital marketing firms.
Writer: Storyteller, promotions to engage the customers to retain and have them come to the site more regularly. Editing, and grammar rules, as well as how these elements apply to Web communications. Ability to build an integrated campaign with newsletters and other internal employee campaigns and collaborate with the Employee Communications Manager. Understanding of how to deliver project status reports, deadlines and has successfully delivered campaigns. Thorough understanding of Web usability and accessibility standards and best practices. Ability to advise/train others in web-related skills. Strong detail orientation, and attention to accuracy and consistency. Ability to strongly advocate for the user during all phases of the design process. Excellent skills in collaboration. Excellent presentation skills, including the ability to present effectively to large, cross-functional technical, marketing and executive-level audiences. Personal project and time management skills; ability to manage multiple, diverse projects simultaneously in complex environments. Excellent written and oral communications skills. Good understanding of the Web development process with experience developing user-centered applications or Web sites.
Must currently possess or have desire and aptitude to learn these skills:
–      Public Relations/Web experience/Project Management skills
–      Understanding of IEEE
–      Good understanding of the Web development process with experience developing user-centered applications or Web sites
–      Thorough understanding of information architecture, cognitive psychology, and other fields related to information and content organization and comprehension
–      Credentials, Licenses and Permits: Completed, in progress, or willingness to pursue Web certification preferred.
Must be a technologically savvy knowledge worker who seeks out technology solutions to business challenges
–      Proficiency with Microsoft Office applications
–      Proficiency with content management tools
–      Understanding of Search Engine Optimization techniques
–      Basic knowledge of HTML, XML, Dreamweaver, and CSS

F/T - Knowledge Mgr F&R, Oliver Wyman (NY)

Knowledge Manager for Finance and Risk (F&R) and Insurance practices, Oliver Wyman – NY

Oliver Wyman is seeking Knowledge Manager for Finance and Risk (F&R) and Insurance practices. The purpose of this role is to shape, develop and facilitate knowledge creation, codification and sharing across the business (e.g. developing content management tools, cultivating human networks and informal knowledge transfer, practice focused research and analysis to support IC generation and advisory services). The aim of the Knowledge Manager is to develop and promote tools and processes which increase the development and capture of best-of content, overall information flow and best practice sharing within the practice and across the firm.
Key role & Responsibilities

The F&R/Insurance Knowledge Manager role is part of a team of Knowledge Management specialists supporting the different practices within Oliver Wyman. This position is New York based but the role has global responsibility – supporting the global F&R and Insurance practices and associated interest groups within the Oliver Wyman consulting/Support Professional community.

This role reports directly to the Knowledge Management Team Manager for Financial Services and a high level of direct interaction is expected with the other Knowledge Managers covering the Insurance and F&R practices. There will also be co-ordination with the F&R and Insurance Chiefs of Staff, Practice Managers and Practice heads on the operations and content connectivity side. An important aspect of the role will be to build excellent working relationships with the key practice figures globally but with a particular emphasis on those in the North American region.

The purpose of this role is to shape, develop and facilitate knowledge creation, codification and sharing across the business (e.g. developing content management tools, cultivating human networks and informal knowledge transfer, practice focused research and analysis to support IC generation and advisory services). The aim of the Knowledge Manager is to develop and promote tools and processes which increase the development and capture of best-of content, overall information flow and best practice sharing within the practice and across the firm.
Candidate Specification

·         Educated to Degree level – ideally with an MLS (or equivalent) and/or accredited Knowledge Management qualification
·         A high level of intellectual curiosity and open to new ideas– interested in solving business issues and exploring current and upcoming business/industry and KM problems Discipline, to understand the value of capturing and disseminating information to grow the knowledge assets of the group, and demonstrated ability to execute (e.g. a new knowledge program, or devise new knowledge harvest or transfer approaches)
·         Understanding the competitive environment and the place of F&R and Insurance within our consulting business and the wider business community
·         Top flight communication skills – able to deal with colleagues of different experience levels and seniority, keen and able to champion KM in the organization, tactical communication and selling skills to help manage change
·         Competent online, research and analytical skills, including ability to create metrics and measure impact
·         Technology skills (e.g. Microsoft Office suite, Sharepoint etc.)
·         Ability in languages other than English an advantage
·         Willingness to act as an internal advisor
·         Knowledge of Financial Services is a prerequisite for this role
·         KM or relevant Industry experience in similar professional services environment preferred
·         Capable of independently pushing work forward and strong teaming skills

Role Description

Finance and Risk (F&R) and Insurance are specialised practices within the Oliver Wyman consulting business. F&R provides leading financial institutions with custom solutions covering all aspects of risk management, including its application to financial management. Key themes include risk, capital and performance management, capital and balance sheet management, risk governance and regulatory changes, and risk technology capabilities.

The Insurance practice encompasses Insurers/Bancassurers/Reinsurers and associated businesses. Key themes focus on performance management, distribution, products, customers, risk management and measurement and overall operating effectiveness.

The role of the Knowledge Manager is to act as facilitator in the transfer of intellectual capital across the practices and throughout the company. Responsibilities can include a combination of the following:

·         Knowledge Management – project tracking, intellectual capital capture and dissemination, knowledge systems maintenance and development, promoting and training consultants in proper use of knowledge tools and appropriate knowledge sharing, expert/expertise tracking
·         Data Management – working with frequently used external data sets and client data, managing models and internal benchmarks
·         Knowledge advisory and harvesting– The Knowledge Manager is an enabler within the business supporting internal clients in the use and distribution of internally generated IC and practice specific tools. Promoting the message that information sharing behaviours are actively encouraged and rewarded within OW
·         Specialist Research & IC development – for both client work and Business Development/Marketing,  supporting  client proposals, internal IC generation, production of Current Awareness bulletins etc
·         Analysis – Working with practice models, proprietary data sets and industry analysis
Applications should be sent to ( or Ana Kreacic (