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Friday, October 31, 2014

P/T - Instruction & Online Learning Librarian, Adelphi U (NY)

Adelphi University is seeking a Part Time Instruction and Online Learning Librarian for 20 hours a week at its Swirlbul Library in Garden City, NY.


The Adjunct will report to the Dean of Libraries and work closely with the Coordinator of Instructional ServicesAdelphi is seeking experienced, knowledgeable, service oriented librarian.  The successful candidate will have experience providing instruction and reference at an academic library within a diverse college or university community. Working in a collaborative team based environment, the incumbent will implement the integration of instructional technologies into our information literacy and instruction program, supporting both in-person and online/blended learning.  The candidate will provide assistance to library faculty on best practices for integrating of library resource content into online/blended learning platforms.  The position encompasses the following:  curriculum development of a one credit undergraduate course which may include blended and online sections and collaboration with library and teaching faculty on subject guides and other course-specific research resources for undergraduate and graduate level courses especially in subject areas such as Education, Nursing and Social Work;  The position is available immediately for 20 hours a week.


MLS from an ALA-accredited program. Strong public-service orientation and familiarity with automated library systems, electronic information resources, and emerging technologies is required.
Experience providing instruction in an academic library setting. Demonstrated ability to select, implement and evaluate instructional design concepts.  Excellent interpersonal and communication skills and the ability to work effectively in a collegial environment are essential.     Flexible work schedule during the fall and spring semesters to accommodate some evening and weekend teaching assignments. 

Highly Preferred: Experience teaching credit bearing courses in an academic setting; course development and design; creating instructional and information materials such as Libguides 2.0; working knowledge of applications such as Google applications, Camtasia, Captivate, and/or survey monkey

Job Requirements


Strong public-service orientation and familiarity with automated library systems, electronic information resources, and emerging technologies is required.

Experience providing instruction in an academic library setting. Demonstrated ability to select, implement and evaluate instructional design concepts. Excellent interpersonal and communication skills and the ability to work effectively in a collegial environment are essential. Flexible work schedule during the fall and spring semesters to accommodate some evening and weekend teaching assignments.

Highly Preferred: Experience teaching credit bearing courses in an academic setting; course development and design; creating instructional and information materials such as Libguides 2.0
Computer Skills
working knowledge of applications such as Google applications, Camtasia, Captivate, and/or survey monkey
Education Required
MLS from an ALA-accredited program.

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Librarian of Practice IV, Rutgers U (NJ)

Librarian of Practice IV (Non-Tenure Track Librarian), Rutgers Univ – NJ

Situated in the Rutgers University Libraries Annex, Librarian of Practice IV reports to the Head, Special Collections and University Archives, will survey and appraise the papers of Senator Frank Lautenberg (housed in over 2,000 cartons plus digital records), prepare and implement the arrangement and description plan for the collection, and prepare a comprehensive finding aid.  Will supervise an archival assistant and graduate student assistants, and work closely with the Head of Preservation. Other duties and responsibilities as appropriate.

BENEFITS:  Retirement plans, health, and life insurance, prescription drug, dental and vision plans, tuition remission, and 22 days of vacation.

ALA accredited Master’s degree with archives/manuscripts coursework and/or Master’s degree in history, or an allied field with archives/manuscripts coursework; 2-5 years archival experience working with large collections in a research library; supervisory ability and evidence of effective project planning, management, and completion; and demonstrated ability to apply EAD encoding through completed finding aids for large collections. Processing a collection of this size and scope will also require physically engaging with the collection including lifting boxes weighing as much as 40 lbs as well as climbing rolling ladders/step stools.

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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 YOU SAW THE POSITION ADVERTISED TO: Lila Fredenburg (APP. 218), Director of Administrative Services, Rutgers University Libraries, 169 College Avenue, New Brunswick, NJ 08901-1163, email:, FAX: 732-932-7637

Research Support/Electronic Rscs Librarian, Columbia U (NY)

Research Support and Electronic Resources Librarian, Columbia Univ – NY

The Columbia University Libraries invites nominations and applications for the position of Research Support and Electronic Resources Librarian at the Watson Library of Business and Economics.

The Research Support and Electronic Resources Librarian will provide general and in-depth research support and outreach in the areas of business and economics. As a member of a team, the Librarian plans and coordinates the acquisition and implementation of business and economics databases, including recommending purchases and negotiating license terms.

The Research Support and Electronic Resources Librarian actively engages vendors and works to ensure that the Watson Library has appropriate resources to meet the research, teaching, and learning needs of faculty and students. This includes reviewing usage data on a regular basis, consulting with faculty and students about their needs, and staying abreast of new and developing resources. The Librarian will work with colleagues in the Social Sciences Libraries division to provide coordinated support for using resources across the social science disciplines. This position will report to the Head of the Watson Library of Business and Economics.

The Watson Library of Business and Economics’ collections and services directly support research and teaching in the Columbia Business School and the Department of Economics. The Watson Library actively supports other schools and departments on campus as they intersect with business and economics, including the Department of Mathematics, Department of Statistics, the School of Engineering and Applied Sciences, and the School of International and Public Affairs.


MLS or equivalent.
- 1-3 years of academic library experience.
- Excellent analytical, organizational, oral and written communications and interpersonal skills.
- Demonstrated ability to work collegially and cooperatively within and across organizations.
- Familiarity with academic research process.
- Ability to work independently with varied user groups in a complex organization and function collaboratively in a rapidly changing team environment.
- Experience with resources used in business and economics research.
- Strong public service orientation
- Experience dealing with licenses and vendors.

To apply:

Digital Asset Manager, UNICEF (NY)

Consultancy assignment: Digital Asset Manager, UNICEF (NY)

If you are a passionate and committed professional and want to make a lasting difference for children, the world's leading children's rights organization would like to hear from you.


UNICEF, the world’s leading organization working for the rights of children, seeks a consultant to manage UNICEF’s digital asset management (DAM), which includes photography, video, brand and publications and other high resolution media assets from DOC, other HQ Divisions and other offices; and to manage the UNICEF NYHQ audio-visual library.

For more information, see the attached TERMS OF REFERENCE.

Minimum requirements and competencies:
• Demonstrated knowledge of, and experience in, coordinating multimedia DAM systems including web, database, API, equipment, taxonomy and related components; 
• Knowledge of the Orange Logic DAM system an asset;
• Knowledge of international documentary media standards and practices an asset.
• Experience organising and maintaining libraries and archives, particularly audio-visual materials
• Knowledge of library science and cataloguing standards
• Excellent organisational skills
• Relevant minimum education/professional experience requirements.

How to Apply:
Application deadline: 17-Nov-2014
Applications should be sent to: When sending to this mailbox, please ensure that the position you are applying for, ‘Digital Asset Manager’, is quoted on the subject line. Applicants MUST submit their resume and a signed & dated (not typed) UNICEF P-11. Please send details of the daily fee/rate (in USD) you are willing to accept for the performance of this job. Please state whether negotiable or non-negotiable. To download P11:

Please note that only candidates who are under serious consideration will be contacted.

In the selection of its staff, UNICEF is committed to gender balance and diversity without distinction as to race, sex or religion, and without discrimination of persons with disabilities: well qualified candidates are strongly encouraged to apply.

Data Curator II, Center for Comms Research (NJ)

Data Curator II, Center for Communications Research, Institute for Defense Analyses – NJ

Data Curator II at Princeton, NJ based Center for Communications Research, a division of Institute for Defense Analyses, supports a dynamic collection of highly talented researchers who focus on unique solutions to challenges of national importance. Under minimal supervision, this position creates, manages, protects and preserves digital repositories of data, assists users with data access questions, and interfaces with sponsor or about data requirements/restrictions.
  1. In coordination with computer lab staff, document control staff, technical typists and research staff, develops and implements strategies for life-cycle management of classified data sets including electronic documents, videos, data sets associated with specific research problems or technologies, operational data from our sponsor, generic data sets associated with specific languages or signals.
  2. Determines metadata requirements and standard formats.
  3. Develops data profile for each data type including the approximate volume (memory size and number of files), standard file format(s), check-sum standards, metadata requirements, quality control procedures and work-flow, life-cycle management.
  4. For sponsor data, determines legal and classification requirements, including “release-to” information and purge requirements and develops a method for complying with requirements. Files any sponsored-required paperwork. Performs periodic testing of access control of data sets. Instructs research staff on requirements.
  5. Works with systems programmers in the design and implementation of databases and user tools based on data profile for each data set.
  6. Provides assistance to research staff in the use of the databases and tools.
  7. Maintains integrity of the data; determines and implements a system for assuring the integrity of the data, including testing procedures and schedule as well as backup procedures and schedules.
  8. May provide work leadership for lower level employees and may oversee imaging/cataloging of materials and train employees.
  9. Performs other duties as assigned.
  • U.S. Citizenship required.
  • Ability to obtain and maintain necessary security clearances.
  • Master’s degree in Library Science, Information Science or related field, and five years significant experience in data curation/information management
  • Demonstrable competence of relational database design, implementation and maintenance.
  • A working knowledge of general scripting language and integration of that scripting language with relational databases.
  • Demonstrable knowledge of issues and technical challenges related to data curation/management, including format migration, preservation, metadata, data retrieval and use issues.
  • Familiarity with current scientific data and metadata standards.
  • The ability to acquire new technological skills and resolve problems in a resourceful and timely manner.
  • Demonstrate capacity to work effectively and professionally with computer, support and research staff.
  • Good interpersonal skills and ability to communicate effectively both orally and in writing with all levels of personnel.
  • Demonstrate familiarity with Unix operating system commands and utilities.
  • Preferred experience:
-PostgreSQL programming
-Linux operating systems
-Perl or Python scripting language

To apply:

Records & Archives Mgr, Ford Foundation (NY)

Records and Archives Manager, Ford Foundation – NY

The Records and Archives Manager (RA Manager) at the Ford Foundation is responsible for implementing and managing a foundation-wide records management program for all departments and offices. The RA Manager ensures appropriate protection of the foundation’s archival and vital records – in both print and electronic formats – and facilitates preservation and ongoing access to these records.


  • ALA-accredited master’s degree in information/library/archival science or related discipline.
  • Expertise in print and electronic records management and broad knowledge of information management and organizational principles.
  • Seven to nine years’ professional working experience in records, archival, and information management.
  • Experience should reflect progressively responsible roles in print and electronic records and archives management.
  • Demonstrated and significant experience in managing print and electronic records programs from strategy to development and implementation
  • Command of current records management practices, trends, and issues and of archival theory, standards, and best practices—especially as they relate to the issues associated with born digital content
  • Advanced proficiency in the technology and workflows associated with content, document, and electronic records management; digital archiving; digital asset management; format validation and conversion methods; data integrity techniques; and long-term storage planning
  • Familiarity with trends in arrangement, description, and management of born-digital materials
  • Ability to adapt to rapidly evolving applications and systems for managing print and electronic records
  • Demonstrated experience in designing and conducting user trainings and group presentations
  • Experience managing large-scale digitization and microfilm projects
  • Experience with a wide range of computing operating systems, storage systems, and file formats
  • Excellent administration, project management, and evaluation skills
  • Excellent analytic and problem-solving skills, including an aptitude for complex, analytical, and detailed work
  • Effective collaboration and relationship building skills across all levels of the organization
  • Ability to work both independently and as part of a team and to juggle multiple priorities in a busy, time-sensitive environment
  • Exceptional verbal/written communication skills
To apply:

Thursday, October 30, 2014

F/T - HBO Knowledge Mgmt Specialist, Time Warner (NY)

HBO Knowledge Management Specialist, Time Warner – NY

As a member of the HBO Customer Support Team, Knowledge Management Specialist will be in charge of the curation and management of help-related content for HBO Go customers. This includes, device-related issues and support, account and billing management issues and support and video streaming product & service related issues and support.  You will be part of a fast-growing team and help build the foundation for a high-quality support experience.  This is full time position.

  • Authoring high-quality customer-facing articles/content, written for general, non-technical HBO Go consumer audience.
  • Ability to create content that favors clarity and brevity above breadth- Be straightforward, the priority is to resolve issues and answer questions.
  • Provide step-by-step instructions for assisting customers in, for example:
    • activating their Applet TV device
    • how to troubleshoot a network connection issue
    • how to reset your password 
  • Help establish article workflows and categorization architecture:   
    • Define the categorization of articles – ie articles belong in either “How-To” or    “Troubleshooting” categories.  
    • Within each category create “topics” and establish how articles are “relevant    to” at least one of the HBO Go products/platforms. 
  • Work with CS team on identifying best practices for maintaining content, improving content quality and providing content consistently across multiple service channels. 
  • Work with client and service teams on creating articles as the team develops and identifies user process flows, features & functions and other- support impacting product decisions.
To apply:

Monday, October 27, 2014

Head, Acad Engagement Librarian, Stony Brook U (NY)

Head, Academic Engagement Librarian Position

Campus Description: Stony Brook University has established itself as one of America's most dynamic public universities, a center of academic excellence and a leader in health education, patient care and research. Listed among the top 1 percent of all universities in the world by Times Higher Education World University Rankings, Stony Brook is home to more than 24,000 undergraduate, graduate and doctoral students and more than 13,500 faculty and staff, including those employed at Stony Brook Medicine, Long Island's premier academic medical center and teaching hospital. With 603 beds, Stony Brook Hospital is the region's only tertiary care center and Regional Trauma Center. The University is a member of the prestigious Association of American Universities and co-manager of nearby Brookhaven National Laboratory.
Descriptive Title: Head, Academic Engagement REF#: F-8603-14-10-F
Budget Title: Senior Assistant/Associate Librarian Faculty Position
Department: Library Campus: Stony Brook West Campus/HSC
Salary: Commensurate with Experience
Required Qualifications: MLS/MLIS or equivalent degree from an ALA accredited program. Minimum of two years of full time experience as a librarian in an academic or research library. Experience with instructional design concepts. Teaching experience. Effective planning, organizational, and project management skills.
Preferred Qualifications: Second advanced degree in relevant field. Experience in team leadership. Experience with assessment of instruction and student learning outcomes. Experience teaching in a variety of settings, including physical and virtual environments. Library public service experience.Knowledge of information literacy competency standards and practical applications. Ability to use emerging technologies effectively to deliver information literacy instruction.

Stony Brook Libraries are known for a wide-range of print and digital resources and world-renowned special collections. The Stony Brook Libraries belong to the Association of Research Libraries (ARL), with a Health Sciences Center Library that is a member of the Association of Academic Health Sciences Libraries. The Libraries’ collection exceed 2 million volumes, including e-books, print and electronic holdings of scholarly journal subscriptions, microforms, music recordings, and a sizable map collection. The SBU Libraries include 6 distinct facilities, including Melville Library, Marine and Atmospheric Sciences, Chemistry, Math/Physics, Southampton and Health Sciences Libraries. The University’s Libraries stand as the largest academic research library on Long Island, serving as a resource in the local community, state-wide, and nationally through the National Network of the National Libraries of Medicine.​ 

Responsibilities & Requirements: The Head of Academic Engagement will act as the lead librarian in the Library Instruction Program to design, implement, and evaluate library instruction programs and services. The Head of Academic Engagement will report to and work closely with the Associate Director for Research and Instructional Services. The selected candidate will be responsible for the following:
  • Act as lead instructor. Coordinate all activities related to the design, implementation, maintenance and assessment of SBU Libraries' Instruction Program. Coordinate Instruction Team; articulate Program policies and procedures; train members; hold regular meetings.
  • Provide leadership and vision for library instruction initiatives.
  • Develop program goals and explore new instructional theories and pedagogical practices.
  • Partner and seek connections with academic and non-academic offices and departments to identify and address library instruction needs and opportunities.
  • Plan and coordinate workshops. Oversee workshop publicity. Work with selectors on liaison work with teaching faculty to improve student learning and course objectives related to library research.
  • Work with Web Librarian to create/maintain Instruction web pages and forms.
  • Manage creation and updating of tutorials, videos, handouts, and other learning objects.
  • Manage Instruction Program information in various university and library publications, and any libguides that fall under the Instruction Program. Maintain and expand library's presence on Blackboard.
  • Oversee daily operations of Instruction Program, such as scheduling of classrooms, communication with teaching faculty, statistics.
  • Prepare and submit monthly statistics and annual reports.
  • Assign library sessions to Instruction Team members.
  • Act as point person for technology and other Instruction Program issues with appropriate internal and external offices (Library Electronic Resources, DolT, Registrar, etc.)
  • Supervise support staff on all aspects of Instruction Program, including request processing, classroom maintenance, statistics, publicity, etc.
  • Coordinate marketing and publicity related to Instruction Program events and initiatives.
  • Maintain current awareness of and share expertise on teaching pedagogy, instructional technologies, information literacy, and assessment.
  • Participate in reference service and collection development.
Scholarly and Service Responsibilities
  • Engage in scholarly and professional activities.
  • Participate in library and university service.

Special Notes: This is a tenure track position. FLSA Exempt position, not eligible for the overtime provisions of the FLSA. Internal and external search to occur simultaneously. **Applications will be accepted until the position is filled. However, to guarantee consideration, please apply by: 11/21/2014.Anticipated start date: As soon as possible. Occasional night and weekend work is required.

The selected candidate must successfully clear a background investigation.

Application Procedure: Those interested in this position should submit a State employment application, cover letter and resume/CV to:

Diana Davies
Stony Brook University Libraries
Health Sciences Library
Health Sciences Tower, Level 3, Room 142
Stony Brook University
Stony Brook, NY 11794-8034

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Friday, October 24, 2014

Senior Implementation Mgr, Artstor (NH)

Artstor provides premier resources in digital technology to enhance scholarship, teaching, and learning in the arts and sciences.  Our peerless educational tools include Artstor Digital Library, a database of over 1.8 million high quality images, and Shared Shelf, a media management software that allows for cataloging, managing, and distributing digital media.  Our community-built collections comprise contributions from outstanding international museums, photographers, libraries, scholars, photo archives, and artists, and we strive towards innovation, partnering with the best in the academic, museum, art, and science worlds.
Artstor is a nonprofit organization, based in New York City, committed to cultivating an idea rich environment.  Our culture is one of collaboration, strong interdepartmental relationships, independence, and quinoa salad and cupcake parties.  We are looking for new smart and engaged employees, who are equally excited about our mission.
In a front-facing role, the Senior Implementation Manager partners with institutions to translate legacy data and cataloging workflows into the Shared Shelf environment. The manager is also responsible for supporting our sales team as a Shared Shelf product expert; acting as a resource in the areas of product features.

  • Independently manages multiple and complex migrations; including setting user expectations and communicating/resolving issues as they arise.
  • Owns and champions customer implementation goals, and builds long-lasting relationships with customers that characterize partnership and trust.
  • Analyzes and maps legacy data to Shared Shelf metadata schema.
  • Advises institutions on how their data and vocabulary terms will be processed into Shared Shelf and provides data clean up recommendations prior to import.
  • Manages internal (Technology) and external (institutions) resources to ensure project deadlines are kept on schedule
  • Provides sales support to the sales team, including participating in sales calls and attending in person visits, and providing training to the sales team on new features.
Required skills:
  • Technical ability that allows for the deep understanding of Shared Shelf (particularly the database design, import tools, vocabulary term matching tools)
  • Deep knowledge of relational databases and XML
  • Deep knowledge of common metadata schemas --- particularly VRA Core 4 (restricted and unrestricted schemas) as well as Dublin Core.
  • Familiarity with LIDO, MODS, METS desirable.
  • Project management experience
  • Experience managing multiple projects
  • Experience managing projects with cross-functional teams
  • Ability to communicate to technical and non-technical audiences
  • Extremely strong written and verbal communication skills
  • Comfortable presenting to large, diverse audiences

Artstor is an equal opportunity employer.  Artstor offers a competitive salary and a collegial working environment.  Our excellent benefits include employer paid medical, dental, vision, life and accident, disability, and business travel insurance.  Artstor also has pension accounts and an optional supplemental retirement saving plan. 

Nominations and applications, including a cover letter, resume and salary requirements should be emailed to:

P/T - Librarian - Art & Arch Library, NYIT (NY)

New York Institute of Technology (NYIT) is a non-profit independent, private institution of higher education with more than 12,000 students worldwide. Offering 90 degree programs, including undergraduate, graduate, and professional degrees, in more than 50 fields of study, NYIT has conscientiously followed its mission of providing career-oriented professional education.  Its academic programs prepare students for some of the most in-demand careers in today’s global economy, in areas including architecture and design; arts and sciences; education; engineering and computing sciences; health professions; management; and osteopathic medicine.

New York Institute of Technology’s Old Westbury campus seeks a part-time Librarian for its Art & Architecture Library.  Reporting to the Director of Branch Services, the Librarian works as a member of a collaborative staff providing information and collection content services in support of the university’s architecture, interior design and arts programs; provides reference, research and instructional services, both traditional and electronic; participates in ongoing projects related to the collection; assists with circulation desk coverage.  Must be available to work 2 evenings per week, with alternating Saturdays, but also available for day shift hours if needed. Flexibility is a must.

Candidates must possess an ALA accredited Master’s degree in Library Science.  A background and/or degree in art history along with university academic library experience is strongly desired but not required.  The successful candidate is required to have competencies in a full range of text and electronic services, along with excellent organizational/time management skills, and demonstrated commitment to providing excellent public services in a university academic environment.

For immediate consideration, please send your resume and cover letter to  and reference RA#1656 on the subject line. EOE M/F/D/V.

Research Associate, Environmental Defense Fund (NY)

Research Associate, Environmental Defense Fund – NY

The Research Associate at Environmental Defense Fund researches, analyzes, and recommends strategy for new prospects and for new opportunities with existing donors and prospects, with a focus on both Foundation and Major Gift opportunities (both in the US and internationally).

  • Conducts reactive research and prepares briefing materials for events and meetings, with emphasis on constituents’ wealth, interests (including philanthropic interests) and relationships and analysis thereof.
  • Identifies/maps relationships of volunteers and deeply engaged donors for the purpose of identifying new prospects.
  • Examines results of wealth and philanthropy screenings of Membership donors to identify those with potential to make major gifts.
  • Identifies potential foundation prospects from external sources including Foundation Directory Online and Chronicle of Philanthropy.
  • Identifies potential major gift prospects from external sources including the Eco-Rich List, lists of top players in key industries from which significant opportunities for support have been identified, annual reports from organizations with like programmatic focus areas, etc.
  • Assesses capacity, interests, philanthropy and relationships to qualify the viability of prospects suggested by staff and volunteers.
  • Identifies and assesses viability of new opportunities for government grants.
  • Manages Research & Analysis Department’s internal resource library.

Candidates will have a BA and preferably 1-2 years of experience in Prospect Research or experience analyzing Securities & Exchange Commission filings and other financial data. Previous experience with LexisNexis, NOZA and Blackbaud ResearchPoint a plus.

Demonstrated ability to use sound judgment to identify and solve problems a must. Ability to maintain confidentiality also crucial.

Due to the volume of employment applications and queries received, EDF is unable to respond to each application individually. Applicants will be contacted directly if selected as a candidate.

Environmental Defense Fund is an Equal Opportunity Employer

To apply:

F/T - Tech Svcs & Systems Librarian, Bard Grad Ctr (NY)

Technical Services & Systems Librarian, Bard Graduate Center – NY

The Bard Graduate Center (BGC), a division of Bard College, is seeking a full-time Technical services & Systems Librarian. Reporting to the Director of the Library at the Bard Graduate Center, and working closely with other library staff, the Technical Services and Systems Librarian is a full-time staff position that oversees all aspects of technical services and database systems that support library functions

Founded in 1993, the BGC is located on West 86th Street in New York City.


Manages the implementation, ongoing development, and maintenance of the library’s discovery tools. Works across departments and collaborates with outside developers to customize tools and ensure continued development.

Collaborates across departments to ensure metadata standards are in place for digital projects.

Manages all aspects of technical services workflow and quality control, including database management, planning for future initiatives, proposing technological solutions and supervising cataloging staff.

Responsible for original and copy cataloging of materials in all formats and a variety of languages.

Works with Chief Librarian to establish departmental policies and procedures, as well as long-range planning.

Coordinates the implementation and maintenance of new library software, electronic resources and upgrades.

Responsible for local system administration of the ILS and OPAC, OCLC, and online periodicals tools, including changing local settings and running reports.

Collaborates with other staff members on maintaining the Library’s web presence.

Implements and maintains online database subscriptions.

Participates in reference services, bibliographic instruction, staff training, and collection development.

Compiles monthly statistics for technical services, and as needed for other areas of the library.

Coordinates tasks for campus employees.

Acts as the liaison with Bard College librarians in regards to shared resources.


ALA-accredited MLS with at least 2 years of professional experience

Thorough knowledge of cataloging principles and procedures including AACR2/RDA, USMARC formats, LCSH, authority control, and LC classification.

In-depth experience with an integrated library system and online serials tools (Innovative Interfaces and OCLC preferred).

Excellent database management skills, proxy server maintenance experience preferred.

Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with a diverse community of colleagues and library users. Ability to work independently and as part of a team.

Working knowledge of 1 or more foreign languages.

To apply: