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Thursday, May 31, 2018

F/T - Taxonomy/Dictionary Assoc, Shareablee (NY)

F/T - Taxonomy/Dictionary Associate, Shareablee (NY)

About the Company:
Shareablee is the leader in audience-based social media measurement for media publishers, agencies and brands that want to understand the impact and effectiveness of their cross-platform social media campaigns. Shareablee was founded in 2013 by Tania Yuki. Based in New York City, the company has grown to over 60 employees in U.S. and EMEA offices and has clients in 15 countries. The company partners with comScore and Bloomberg. Shareablee’s roster of platform clients includes Blue Chip companies, leading advertising agencies, and thought leaders in every industry.

Shareablee is looking for a full-time Taxonomy / Dictionary Associate to coordinate various taxonomy projects to expand and maintain the classification of their influencer and entity social profile databases. This position is located in their NYC office.

- Expand and maintain classification of country/region industry, influencer, and/or holding company categories.
- Input and classify new and existing social properties for clients, sales prospects, and special company research projects.
- Coordinate with outside departments on industry/influencer classification needs.
- Work with Taxonomy / Dictionary Team to establish and provide internal guidance on industry/influencer classification rules.
- Manage rankings database of top media companies and their brands.  Research companies to ensure categorization and property indexing are in line with media companies’ divisions/subsidiaries and brands.

- Minimum 3-5 years experience in building out taxonomies and/or metadata schemas on websites or digital asset management systems.
- Familiarity with metadata and taxonomy management.
- Business research skills (i.e. ability to navigate Public Company 10-K)
- Advanced Microsoft Excel (i.e. experience with vlookups and data imports)
- Experience working with iPython and running PostgresSQL queries a plus.  
- Bachelors and/or Masters Degree in Library Science, Information Science or equivalent preferred but not required.
- Spanish speaking a plus.

To Apply:
Email cover letter and resume to Deborah Dash at and put "Taxonomy" in the subject line.

Information Specialist (Pro Libra) (NY)

Information Specialist
Temporary Position, Investment Banking
New York City, Mon - Fri

Provide reference and research in a high volume business library to bankers and executives worldwide covering all major industries.
* Provide high-quality, professional client service;
* Requires mastery of database search methods & excellent judgment of information quality;
* Knowledge of business & financial databases including SDC, Factset, Capital IQ, SNL, Bloomberg, Dealogic, Factiva
* Familiarity with M&A/capital market, industry and credit research (such as Frost & Sullivan, Gartner, S&P and Moody’s.
* Team Player – able to build effective relationships across groups
* Excellent communication skills
* Ability to work in a fast-paced, deadline driven environment, prioritizing multiple projects

Experience: Minimum 3 years cumulative experience in an investment bank, law firm, consulting or advisory environment. MLS preferred, or equivalent experience

For consideration, please email cover letter, resume and references to:
Angela Dzikowski, Pro Libra Associates

Wednesday, May 30, 2018

Medical Lib, Robert Wood Johnson U Hospital (NJ)

Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital Somerset, located in Somerville, New Jersey, has an opening for a Medical Librarian.

Performs computerized literature searches Provides reference services and educational program support Conducts training classes on the library's databases and the Internet Assists the Director in directing operations including promotion of resources/services to patrons Maintains and enhances the library's portal Fills interlibrary loan requests and maintains Docline Represents the Medical Library at committee meetings Creates and maintains digital and paper documentation relating to CME

MLS degree from an ALA-accredited library program.
1-3 years of librarian work experience
Highly detail oriented
Proven customer service and organizational skills Knowledge of computerized information systems High level of interpersonal and communication skills to deal effectively with diverse clientele and to conduct instructional programs.
Proven ability to work collaboratively

To apply, please visit and search for the position's title under "keyword."

For information on Robert Wood Johnson University Somerset, please visit

Tuesday, May 29, 2018

Metadata Mgmt Librarian, Fordham U (NY)

Metadata Management Librarian, Fordham University (NY)

DEPARTMENT: Walsh Library, Rose Hill


 Manages and processes electronic and print cataloging records using Sirsi Symphony Library System.
 Ensures quality of bibliographic and digital databases through compliance with national and local standards such as RDA, MARC, AACR2, LCSH, LCRI, AMIM, OCLC cataloging practices and other appropriate cataloging/metadata standards.
 Manages the appropriate consistency of collection and item-level description and quality control across all digital collections.
 Consults with Fordham University stakeholders about best metadata practices, workflows and tools to facilitate research data management.
 Participates in library digital projects using CONTENTdm or other digital collections software. Keeps abreast of developments in electronic publishing
 Develops documentation for the creation and application of metadata and provide training and consultation to faculty and library staff.
 Provides leadership in the development and management of metadata curation and assessment
 Assists in the development of plans, practices, workflows and priorities with in the unit.
 Supervises and trains students and staff members working on metadata quality control and database management projects.
 Creates and maintains local documentation on metadata standards and application guidelines.
 Develops and provides training to university community regarding resource description and metadata management.
 Prepares grant proposals


 M.L.S. from an ALA accredited institution
 Experience in creating, editing and transforming metadata
 Minimum of 2 years’ experience in technical services of an academic library
 In-depth knowledge of an integrated library system, Sirsi Symphony highly preferred.
 Experience using OCLC Connexion and CONTENTdm
 Working knowledge of a variety of resource description standards, formats and schemes including but not limited to RDA, Dublin Core, XML, BIBFRAME, MARC bibliographic and authority formats.
 Professional experience with non-MARC metadata standards.
 Excellent communication and interpersonal skills with a strong commitment to teamwork.
 Aptitude for technology and a willingness to learn new systems, software and data manipulation tools.
 Experience in grant writing

SALARY: Commensurate with experience

START DATE: 8.6.18

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