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Thursday, April 2, 2015

P/T - New Business Librarian, Wunderman (NY)

New Business Librarian, Global Business Development, Wunderman, New York, N.Y.
Part-time (permanent), 25 hours per week
Location: New York City, possible option to work remotely

The New Business Librarian plays a crucial role in the business development process at Wunderman, one of the world’s leading marketing communications companies. Working with new business teams around the globe, this individual ensures that recent winning pitches are available for quick reference & inspiration and that the best, company-approved answers to the most frequently asked questions in RFIs and RFPs are easily accessible.

·                     Maintains metadata and file structure for a new, web-based global knowledge management tool.
·                     Creates descriptive records for new documents, uploads and applies appropriate metadata.
·                     Extracts the best, company-approved answers to the most frequently asked questions in RFIs and RFPs, organizes them and uploads them to the site to ensure quick, easy access.
·                     Updates the statistics & facts on the site on a quarterly/annual basis.
·                     Composes monthly newsletter informing users of new additions and enhancements to the site.
·                     Updates documentation and user guides to the site.
·                     Adds new members to the new business site. Maintains members’ mailing list. Sends out welcome e-mail and user guide.
·                     Conducts orientation and training sessions – in-person and via WebEx/LiveMeeting.
·                     Responds to requests for information providing ad-hoc guidance to finding documents & information on the site.
·                     Participates in global and regional new business meetings and provides information & assistance, when needed.


·                     Education equivalent to a Bachelors or Masters in Library Science.
·                     2-5 years of relevant subject experience (advertising, marketing, communications, market research) a plus.
·                     Excellent organizational, written and verbal communication skills.
·                     Well organized, disciplined and detail oriented.
·                     Must bring exceptional collaboration and teamwork skills.
·                     Must be able to work independently.
·                     Comfortable in working horizontally across different categories, clients, internal teams.
·                     Interest and passion in training others and building knowledge across the organization.
·                     Experience in asset organization and research.
·                     Must be proficient in Microsoft Word, PowerPoint, Excel, as well as HTML editing.

Salary – commensurate with relevant experience.
To apply click on the link to submit your cover letter and resume.