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Monday, December 30, 2013
Under immediate supervision of the New York Librarian and following prescribed department, office and firm procedures, the Research Librarian is responsible for responding to user requests for all types of library services and for ensuring the smooth operation of the Library when the Librarian is absent. The Research Librarian is expected to serve as a positive role model and mentor, and to perform all responsibilities with a commitment to providing superior service to the firm’s attorneys, advisors and staff, efficient and effective departmental operations, and an atmosphere of teamwork and continuous improvement. Above all, the Research Librarian must fulfill the needs of the firm in a manner which is consistent with the Firm's Core Values.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities (Duties are performed throughout every work day, as necessary):
- Perform reference and research duties, including responding to user requests for information from internal and external resources, onsite and offsite materials, and print and non-print media; supports research needs of attorneys, paralegals, and marketing in a broad range of practice areas.
- Perform online searches using such external databases as Westlaw/WestlawNext, LexisNexis, KnowledgeMosaic, HeinOnline, among others.
- Perform circulation duties, including ordering and intake of new materials in various formats, materials processing, shelving, invoice processing, and general collection management. Works with vendors in resolution of problems, and maintains records of all steps of the acquisitions process.
- Maintain library catalog records for print materials.
- Maintain electronic subscription records and password information in Digital Resource Manger and Password Database .
- Coordinate interlibrary loans, including responding to incoming requests from other firms; interacting with librarians in New York and elsewhere; and searching OCLC database for interlibrary loan availability.
- Perform electronic current awareness monitoring, analyzing the results and providing appropriate information to attorneys.
- Assist marketing department and attorneys with client development research.
- Handle requests from librarians and attorneys from other firm offices, both domestically and internationally.
- Review work performed by filing service, and resolve problems which may arise.
- Provide back-up coverage in the event of other department staff member absences.
- Schedule and follow-up on online database training for attorneys, paralegals and others, including initial skills assessment.
- Maintain awareness of current legal and business research materials, techniques and resources; build research skills in new areas of the law.
- Assist the Librarian in creating and maintaining the departmental budget.
- Handle administrative and other projects as assigned.
- Ability to read, write and speak English
- Substantive reference and research skills including familiarity with the wide range of legal documents and subjects found in a varied practice
- Substantive understanding of legal literature, its organization and availability in a multitude of formats
- Familiarity with standard business print and online resources
- Familiarity with emerging technologies and their licensing methods
- Excellent written and oral communication skills, including grammar, spelling and punctuation
- Proficiency with Microsoft Outlook, Word and Excel and thorough knowledge firm’s document management system
- Proficiency on office equipment used on a regular basis including computers, printers, copy machines, facsimile machines and telephones
- Ability to work independently, take initiative, set priorities and see projects through completion
- Ability to meet deadlines and respond to changing priorities
- Ability to handle many tasks simultaneously
- Ability to perform mathematical functions - add, subtract, multiply, divide, percentages
- Ability to work with a wide range of people in a team setting
- Ability to establish effective working relationships within the department, office and firm
- Ability to establish effective working relationships with clients, vendors and others outside the firm
- Strong service orientation
- Legible handwriting
- Commitment to the office and firm
- Commitment to professional growth
- Master of Library Science degree required; J.D. from accredited institution a plus
- Minimum of 2 years law firm library experience
Akin Gump Strauss Hauer & Feld LLP
One Bryant Park
New York, NY 10036
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Akin Gump Strauss Hauer & Feld LLP - 9 days ago - original job - block
Chief Librarian, Monroe College
The Director will work closely with the academic departments, and report directly to the Dean of Academic Technology. This is a 12-month position and will require some evening and weekend hours.
2501 Jerome Avenue
Bronx New York 10468
Tuesday, December 24, 2013
PART-TIME REFERENCE LIBRARIANS
The Reference Department of the South Huntington Public Library is seeking two part-time librarians to join our staff. Enthusiastic, innovative, service-oriented librarians with knowledge of electronic resources, and excellent interpersonal/communication skills are encouraged to apply. MLS students will be considered as trainees. Responsibilities will include staffing the reference desk, reader’s advisory, computer assistance, collection development and other duties as needed. Ability to converse in Spanish is a plus. Regular hours for each position will include day, evening, and week-end hours and will total approximately 12 hours each. Flexibility and availability for subbing is essential. The starting salary for a Librarian I is $27.84. Trainee salary is dependent on credits completed.
Interested candidates may apply in writing by sending a resume to Carol Leach, Head of Reference, South Huntington Public Library, 145 Pidgeon Hill Road, Huntington Station, NY 11746, or faxing 631-547-6912.
Applicants must be eligible according to Suffolk County Department of Civil Service rules and regulations. Applications will be accepted until the position is filled, however those received prior to January 17, 2014 will be given priority consideration.
Saturday, December 21, 2013
Content Metadata Specialist, Shutterstock – NY
Day-to-day responsibilities include:
- Drive revenue optimization initiatives through the discovery of key-insights into content description eco-system dynamics.
- Define and lead the implementation of metadata strategies to scale digital assets discovery and sales conversion.
- Be the thought leader on introducing and exploring concepts around keyword methodologies, disambiguation techniques, ontologies/taxonomies, containment hierarchies, etc.
- Own metrics related to metadata including quantity and type of descriptive attributes per asset, keyword relevancy, effectiveness, conversions and ROI.
- Analyze performance of metadata application and usage, including keyword trends around seasonality, language, geo-specific terms, and cultural relevance.
- Stakeholder specific to metadata for the development of content moderation services including linguistic and semantic analyses, metadata application, consistency, and relevancy.
- Partner with the SEO and SEM teams to discover opportunities in metadata, implement validation test scenarios and define the desired outcomes of metadata clusters, synonym rings, and similarity search.
- Establish smart, semantic auto-mapping to create seamless integration and interoperability across multiple descriptive attributes, languages, and character sets.
- Hands-On Approach: You should be sharp, love rolling up your sleeves, getting your hands dirty, working alongside your team and leading by example.
- Entrepreneurial inclination to discover innovative opportunities for applying analytical techniques to business strategies.
- Working knowledge of media data standards, examples include; IPTC, EMM, Metadata Standards Group, Exif, XMP, RDF, Dublin Core, ONIX, etc.
- Experience in resolving search and information organization issues around synonym rings, synsets, homographs, polysemes, stop words, etc.
- Experience with impact analysis reporting and information visualization techniques – comfortable with statistics and data visualization in Excel.
- Strong understanding of information organization architecture, digital asset management systems, database relationships, semantic modeling, metadata mapping and transformation.
- Bachelor’s Degree in Computer Science, MLS, Business, or the equivalent combination of education and experience.
- Knowledge and understanding of the stock industry business.
- Experience with project planning, resource allocation, and cost modeling.
Thursday, December 19, 2013
Asst. Data Editor, Crain’s New York Business – NYCrain’s New York Business seeks an Assistant Data Editor with a keen interest in research and data visualization to help us publish our award-winning lists in print and online. This position is located in New York, NY.
Responsibilities include assisting the Data Editor in preparing and compiling all lists and related infographics, directories and other data projects, and special reports for print and online. The assistant data editor will report and write list-related news, prepare weekly web supplements to accompany our lists, and report and produce our “Stats and the City” franchise. The assistant data editor will work closely with other reporters and the web production team to provide graphic and data supplements for text stories and multimedia web features.
• Library Science Degree or Bachelor’s or Master’s degree in journalism, communications, economics, or related field
• Must be a detail-oriented individual with a passion for accuracy and thoroughness
• Must be a self-starter who can work both independently and as part of a team, on-deadline, in a fast-paced environment
• Knowledge of business and financial concepts
• Talent for writing clear, concise news and feature stories
See: https://re22.ultipro.com/CRA1001/jobboard/JobDetails.aspx?__ID=*82EE11407DAC495F (Source: LinkedIn.com)
Associate Asset Manager, Open Road Integrated Media – NY
- Developing immediate and long-term strategies for asset management including video, photos and documents
- Supporting the maintenance and ongoing development of a robust asset management system
- Working directly with all departments to improve company workflow
- Managing the process for content and asset ingestion
- Coordinate with the production team on delivery of final video assets and optimized encoding
- Evaluating industry trends, specifically related to asset management and taxonomy
- Monitoring syndication of marketing assets to content and social media sites
- Provide regular training for new and existing staff
- Work with the Interactive Manager and marketing team on department initiatives
- 2-3 years experience managing or utilizing asset management systems
- Familiarity with professional tagging or taxonomy structures
- Excellent communication skills and ability to understand complex instructions
- Experience encoding and transcoding video files a plus
- Photoshop (must have medium to high level of proficiency)
- Undergraduate degree required, graduate degree in a related field preferred
- Final Cut knowledge a plus
Open Road Integrated Media’s Interactive Production department oversees product development, maintenance of the content management system, and metadata supervision. Individual responsibilities range from interacting with multiple departments to create and distribute new web content to researching and developing new systems to improve workflow throughout the company, to updating and monitoring all online content generated by the Open Road team.
About Open Road:
Open Road is a digital content company that publishes and markets ebooks by creating connections between authors and their audiences across multiple platforms.
Financed by Kohlberg Ventures and led by CEO Jane Friedman and President Jeffrey Sharp, ORIM leverages its partners’ experience and relationships to enhance titles from literary giants and introduce new stars to readers. The company’s e-books offer a 360-degree world of existing and originally produced premium content that is marketed through a new online proprietary platform.
See: http://openroadmedia.theresumator.com/apply/mJEMet/Associate-Asset-Manager.html (Source: Indeed.com)
Mgr. of Librarian User Services, McGraw-Hill – NY
The Manager of User Services will be tasked with to develop and execute customer programs designed to enhance customer experience, interaction and usage of MHP digital products. The role will be consistently focused on customer interaction to optimize usage and enhance long-term customer satisfaction.
Responsibilities will include but not limited to:
- Customer value: Conduct primarily web-based, with some in-person, training to promote product features and functionality to the user community; identify customer-specific training needs to drive quality of user experience and overall usage.
- Analysis: Work with group analyst to monitor usage and identify key metrics for follow up and customer support; identify risk areas and maximize renewal opportunities with proactive targeted customer engagement; develop focused customer outreach initiatives around key product features.
- Communication/Sales: Work with data analyst to identify up-sell opportunities as well as ‘risk’ accounts that have not optimized usage potential; align with account managers to identify key opportunities and leads for up-selling.
- Communication/Customer: Consult with customer contacts on how to best reach the end-users and determine optimal training programs; engage customers to ensure key product features are enabled, well-advertised, leveraged and solving customer needs.
- Product promotion: provide relevant customer feedback to editorial and marketing that may further drive engagement and usage as well as usage patterns that would benefit from additional promotion or support; leverage marketing outreach campaigns to engage customers on key product features and benefits; develop and administer customer satisfaction surveys
- Technical Acumen: must be able to effectively communicate unique selling features and product functionality to ensure proper staff and end user (customer) product usage.
- Presenter: Training will involve both the standard overview of each product, but will also require the skill of a presenter to understand his or her audience and direct the training to meet the needs of those specific end-users.
- Liaison: The Manager of User Services will need to understand many facets of the business in his or her coordination between Sales, Marketing and Editorial in developing appropriate programs to drive user engagement and product feature promotion as well as determine relevant feedback and the best way to relay that back to the specific department.
- Project Manager: Along with the Digital Analyst, the Manager of User Services will need to design, implement and roll-out appropriate customer programs. There will be many details and multiple departments involved in each, requiring cohesive coordination among the groups and a superior attention to detail.
- Candidates must have experience in a customer-facing (business-to-business) role
- Candidates must have experience in training, communications and/or direct marketing
- Candidates should have excellent written, oral and presentation skills
- Ability to travel up to 30% across the US and Canada
- Bachelor’s degree
- Masters degree in Library and Information Science (MLIS or MLS)
- Nurse Practitioner, Physician Assistant, or other health sciences degree
- Experience in the medical or technical marketplace an asset
- Experience in the hospital, higher education and/or federal government fields highly desired
Tuesday, December 17, 2013
Resources Manager - Greenwich Library
Would you like to call Greenwich Library “My Library” and Greenwich, CT “Your Community?” Greenwich Library seeks a Resources Manager who is committed to maintaining collections that “provide the community with a window to the past and a view to the future.” The successful candidate will be knowledgeable, passionate and engaged about the role libraries play in individual lives and the community—and will share that expertise and enthusiasm as a member of the Library’s leadership team providing strategic direction for the library’s print and non-print/digital collections. In addition to expanding current collections, the resources manager will also integrate emerging media into the collections, develop enhanced discoverability, understand and promote the vitality of local collections and know best practices for content creation.
Minimum qualifications. A Master’s degree in Library Science or Information Science from an ALA accredited college or university, six years post master’s experience in professional library work including the selection, acquisition/deacquisition, licensing/contracting, cataloging and processing of library materials, and three years of library experience managing and directing librarians and professional library staff. Essential attributes include, but are not limited to, strong communication skills-both written and spoken; group presentation experience; a history of responsiveness to customer and community needs; supervisory experience; currency and knowledge of trends, issues and methods of information access to library resources as well as emerging technologies; and experience working in a union environment. Experience with Innovative Interfaces Sierra, BiblioCommons, implementing an RFID system and fluency in a second language (Japanese or Spanish) are also highly desirable.
The Resources Manager will report to the Director and Deputy Director and work as a member of the Library’s leadership team providing strategic direction.
Please see the Greenwich Library Resource Manager Job Description for additional details.
Compensation. Salary range of $80,869 -$104,346 (placement dependent upon qualifications) and an excellent fringe benefits package. For further information, contact Bradbury Associates/Gossage Sager Associates, via email or telephone.
To start the application process, send a meaningful cover letter and your resume as Word or pdf attachments via email to Dan Bradbury or Jobeth Bradbury on or before the closing date—February 3, 2014. As part of the application process, you must also apply through the Town of Greenwich's Employment Site no later than 4pm, EST, February 3, 2014, for consideration as a candidate.
The Town of Greenwich is an Equal Opportunity Employer and values diversity at all levels of its workforce.
Saturday, December 14, 2013
Government Information Librarian, Columbia University Libraries
The Columbia University Libraries invites nominations and applications
for the position of Government Information Librarian. The Libraries seek
an energetic, knowledgeable and technologically adept professional to
support research, instruction and training, and active outreach for
faculty and students in support of federal, state, local, foreign, and
international government information, and social sciences resources,
including data sources. The position oversees the Libraries’ federal
depository collection in all formats; maintains and updates item
selection; liaises with GPO; updates MARCIVE records profile; and
evaluates, selects, and recommends databases for purchase in the areas
of government information and international affairs. The incumbent will
develop and maintain government information services webpages, the
Lehman Library blog, and other social media for communicating programs
and services to the schools and departments directly served by the
Lehman Social Science Library and the University community at large. The
Government Information Librarian will engage technologies emerging as
critical to research and teaching, including those supporting
data-intensive research. The position will collaborate with colleagues
from across the Columbia University Libraries, including the Digital
Social Science Center, the Center for Digital Research and Scholarship,
and the Center for New Media Teaching and Learning to support the
evolution and enhancement of innovative library services and technology
initiatives. This position will report to the Director of the Social
Sciences Libraries Division.
The successful candidate will have:
• An accredited MLS or an advanced degree in the social sciences or
equivalent combination of education and experience
• Demonstrated public service orientation and knowledge of user needs
for teaching, learning, and research
• Demonstrated experience with US federal government documents, social
sciences and international relations resources, including data sources
• Ability to work independently with varied user groups in a complex
organization and function collaboratively in a rapidly changing team
• Excellent analytical, organizational, oral and written communications,
and interpersonal skills
• Experience in webpage creation, and demonstrated ability to
communicate/publish for the web/social media
• Demonstrated experience working with statistical datasets and the
ability to effectively communicate with faculty, students and staff
about textural, numerical and spatial data resources
• Demonstrated experience using quantitative research tools such as
ArcGIS, Stata or R
Also highly desirable:
• Knowledgeable in the issues surrounding scholarly communications and
data management planning
• Demonstrated experience using qualitative research tools such as
NVivio or Atlas.ti
• Experience in identifying and evaluating software applications
Submit your application on-line at:
One of the world's leading research universities, Columbia provides
outstanding opportunities to work and grow in a unique intellectual
community. Set in the Morningside Heights academic village, Columbia
also presents the unmatched dynamism, diversity and cultural richness of
New York City. The University Libraries, grounded in collections of
remarkable depth and breadth, are also building extensive electronic
resources and services. The Libraries at Columbia are committed to
collegiality, professionalism, innovation and leadership.
We offer a salary commensurate with qualifications and excellent benefits.
Librarian/ Senior Librarian, NY Public Library (Bronx)
Under the supervision of the Library Manager:
Works in a neighborhood branch library applying basic library techniques at the customer service desk
Performs a variety of technical, clerical and professional duties in a team based environment
Assists in the areas of collection development, programming, community outreach and public service
Manages information and resources assists patrons with the internet and other electronic resources
Assists with community outreach, including tailoring programs, services and collections to the local community
May be in charge of a branch unit for short periods of time
Performs related duties as required
- Customer Service Skills
- Creativity/ Flexibility
- Technical Skills
ALA accredited Master’s degree in Library and Information Studies
Strong interpersonal skills, demonstrated oral and written communication skills, flexibility, and the ability to handle detail orientated work
Strong commitment to public service and the ability to work well with a diverse patronage
Knowledge of Reference programming and materials and knowledge of the Internet and computer-assisted reference services
A background in public librarianship is preferred
Adult programming experience preferredSpanish preferred
- Lifting up to 15 lbs.
- Sitting and standing for periods of time
- Daily use of a computer
Reference Librarian, Brooklyn Law School
BLS Library is the legal research center for Brooklyn Law School, a private law school located in downtown Brooklyn, New York City. Founded in 1901, BLS enrolls approximately 1000 full-time and 150 part-time students.
The Reference Librarian will join a library staff of ten librarians and eleven paraprofessionals. BLS Library provides reference service to faculty, staff, students, and alumni six days per week, both in person and electronically. Reference Librarians teach Advanced Legal Research courses as well as other formal and informal classes. Duties of this position include, but are not limited to:
- Staffing the Library’s Reference Desk, including evening and/or Saturday shifts
- Supporting the research and instructional needs of BLS faculty, students, and other library users
- Teaching students legal research skills using electronic and print information sources and providing informal legal research instruction
- Participating in the Library’s faculty liaison program and serving as liaison to one of the BLS scholarly journals
- Participating in marketing library services and resources to the BLS community, including using social media and preparing web-based research guides
- M.L.S. or equivalent and J.D. from accredited institutions (will consider candidates receiving the M.L.S. in Spring 2014)
- Working knowledge of legal materials and research strategies needed by law faculty and students
- Demonstrated expertise and aptitude for learning technology related to job duties
- Strong service orientation
- Excellent teaching skills
- Excellent interpersonal, organizational, and written and oral communication skills
- Demonstrated ability to work both independently and collaboratively
- Demonstrated ability to work with a variety of individuals and groups within an academic community
- Experience teaching or training people to use legal research tools
- Experience working in an academic law library
Applications should include:
- A cover letter describing qualifications and experience
- A current resume detailing education and relevant experience
- The names and contact information for three professional references
Director of the Library & Associate Professor of Law
Brooklyn Law School
250 Joralemon St.
Brooklyn, NY 11201
Applications by e-mail are accepted and encouraged. Applications will be reviewed upon receipt and will continue to be reviewed until the position is filled. Preference will be given to applications received by January 10, 2014.
Library Manager, Orchestra of St. Luke’s – NY
The Library Manager’s responsibilities include, but are not limited to, the following:
Research, recommend and plan the acquisition of music (either through our own collection, purchase, or rental of materials). Manage all incoming and outgoing music.
Work with relevant artists, conductors, and concertmasters to determine the need for bowings, cuts, etc.
Prepare all performance materials, including copying parts, creating additional performance materials, and marking cuts, bowings, edits, and corrections.
Catalogue and maintain music holdings.
Oversee the distribution of practice parts or original parts to all Musicians.
Attend all rehearsals and concerts to ensure that any issues with the music are dealt with promptly.
Bachelor’s degree in Music; performance background preferred
3-4 years experience working in a professional orchestra library
Comprehensive knowledge of orchestral repertoire, terminology, and orchestration
Strong organization skills and a high attention to detail
Ability to work independently with minimal direction, and as part of a team
Salary commensurates with experience.
To read more and to apply: http://www.nyfa.org/opp_detail.asp?type=Job&id=94&fid=1&sid=54&oppid=50913
Friday, December 13, 2013
Senior Regulatory Information Specialist, Novartis Pharmaceuticals – NJ
• To support the Regulatory Information Management functions particularly with the Drug Safety teams.
• Partner with Brand Safety Leaders to understand the needs of the therapeutic area products regulatory reporting.
• Create search strategies for PSURs, DSURs, class effects, and other regulatory obligations, or requests from Health Authorities.
• Proficient in OvidSP/Medline and Embase in order to perform clinical and nonclinical literature searches
• Work with Regulatory Information Administrators to execute and perform quality control for results and final reports.
• Advanced bibliographic expertise in searching and managing information
Education and experience:
• Master of Library & Information Science or similar education
• BS in a biomedical science, advanced degree preferred
• 2-3 years of work experience in a corporate (pharmaceutical, technical or medical) Information Center
• Proven talent to work independently & excellent interpersonal and communication skills
• Experience with technical services procedures using Windows-based computer systems, databases and electronic resources
• Keen understanding of the drug regulatory process such as NDA/IND/Periodic Safety Update annual reporting processes
• Ability to prioritize and deliver results across multiple projects, good project management skills
• Professional attitude and service orientation with ability to communicate and consult with core customer base.
• Demonstrate proven ability to positively impact project goals and directions
• Proficient with scientific, medical and business information resources; experience in expert searching Medline, Biosis, and Embase mandatory
The Novartis Group of Companies are Equal Opportunity Employers and take pride in maintaining a diverse environment. Our policies are not to discriminate in recruitment, hiring, training, promotion or other employment practices for reasons of race, color, religion, gender, national origin, age, sexual orientation, marital or veteran status, disability, or any other legally protected status.
To apply: https://sjobs.brassring.com/2057/ASP/TG/cim_jobdetail.asp?jobId=2229944&partnerid=13617&siteid=5260&codes=IND&codes=IND
Associate, Segal Consulting – NY
Key RequirementsWorking knowledge of library operations, technical services, integrated library management systems (SydneyPLUS preferred), database research, and internet search. Demonstrated facility with web design tools, social media applications, and web-based communications. Candidate must have strong organizational skills including record keeping, data collection, and reporting. Candidate must also have strong skills with Microsoft Office suite products including Word, Excel, and Outlook; knowledge of SharePoint a plus. Bachelor’s degree is preferred; Masters in Library Science (MLS) or working towards MLS a plus.
Two or more years in information services and/or a library environment. Experience in a corporate, law firm or other professional services firm environment is a plus.