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MI
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Experience Experience
San Francisco, CA
Librarian, Assistant Salem Middle
San Francisco, CA
Ritchie-Cronin
San Francisco, CA
Librarian, Assistant Salem Middle
  • Participates in development of library's discovery service (currently Ex Libris Primo)
  • Leads and participates in the inventory and ongoing weeding of the collection; works closely with LSDS in developing weeding project plans, generating the reports and batch data processing that are necessary for collection weeding projects
  • Compiles and analyzes annual cataloging statistics for reporting to internal and external agencies
  • Develops training materials and documentation for library staff in the application of metadata standards and cataloging policy and procedures
  • Maintains knowledge of and engages in continuous professional development to keep up with current and developing standards and practices for metadata and cataloging
  • Serves as liaison and leads efforts between internal and external partners on collaborative cataloging and metadata projects such as interdisciplinary data sets, department collections, UMass Law
  • May manage Federal Government Depository Library Program
present
Detroit, MI
Assistant / Associate Librarian
Detroit, MI
Aufderhar, Quigley and Gorczany
present
Detroit, MI
Assistant / Associate Librarian
present
  • Manages daily work of the cataloging department including original cataloging, copy cataloging, metadata creation, and database maintenance; supervises, trains and evaluates student and library staff
  • Performs original and copy cataloging, creates and maintains metadata for library materials in all formats, including books, serials, audio-visual, digital and electronic resources
  • Creates original bibliographic and non-MARC metadata records following RDA, AACR2, Library of Congress Classification Schedules and subject headings and other non-MARC metadata related formats (e.g., Dublin Core)
  • Works with Library Systems & Digital Services (LSDS) in identifying and creating record format specifications and developing procedures for importing/exporting, batch data processing, publishing, and integrating records from multiple sources in MARC and non-MARC schema
  • Performs global data changes as necessary in Alma in collaboration with LSDS
  • Works closely with the serials librarian in cataloging electronic resources and activating link resolution services in Alma
  • Develops policy, goals, and procedures for the cataloging department
Education Education
Master’s Degree in Library
Master’s Degree in Library
James Madison University
Master’s Degree in Library
Skills Skills
  • Demonstrated initiative and proven ability to learn new technologies and adapt to changes in the profession
  • Proven capability for managing a variety of tasks and multiple priorities
  • Excellent oral, written, and interpersonal communication
  • Demonstrated knowledge of one or more non-MARC metadata schemes such as Dublin Core, EAD, METS, MODS, etc
  • Demonstrated ability to work collaboratively and independently in a team environment
  • Demonstrated knowledge of cataloging standards and tools including AACR2/RDA, LCC, LCSH, MARC21, FRBR, OCLC WorldCat, and OCLC Connexion
  • Proven ability and willingness to share expertise with colleagues
  • Proficient with Microsoft Office applications (especially MS Excel)
  • Demonstrated and effective problem-solving skills
  • Experience with metadata issues related to the discovery of academic resources with next-generation discovery platforms and other web-based search engines
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7 Librarian Assistant resume templates

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Assistant Subject Librarian Resume Examples & Samples

  • Substantial experience of working within a library service, preferably within Higher Education (HE)
  • Evidence of ability to deliver digital and information literacy training and professional presentations
  • Able to demonstrate professional knowledge within specialist discipline along with competencies in information searching
  • Knowledge of current research support activities within an HE environment
  • Ability to communicate conceptually detailed and complex information effectively and professionally with a wide range of people
  • Evidence of ability to work unsupervised to deadlines, planning and setting priorities for own work and monitoring progress
  • Demonstrable commitment to CPD with a willingness to participate in training activities, including IT
  • CILIP Chartership or an equivalent professional qualification
  • Experience of working in a Higher Education environment
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Librarian Assistant Resume Examples & Samples

  • Knowledge of: technical methods and procedures employed in a circulation department
  • Knowledge of: administrative and clerical procedures and systems such as word processing, managing files and records, etc.; structure and content of the English language, including the meaning and spelling of words, rules of composition, and grammar
  • Ability to: understand and carry out oral and written directions accurately, file alphabetically and numerically, demonstrate familiarity with and ability to use a computer effectively, maintain knowledge of and some skill in data entry on automated databases, communicate and work effectively with residents and staff, operate a business phone, demonstrate a physical condition that will permit/allow for pushing a heavy book cart, use a step stool, lift and/or stand for extended periods, listen to and understand information and ideas presented through spoken words, read and understand information and ideas presented in writing, interpret and apply basic policies and procedures, be organized and flexible, work independently, manage multiple tasks, meet established deadlines, attend to detail, problem-solve and make decisions, and work any assigned post, as directed by supervisor
  • Skills: Excellent oral and written communications, manage one’s own time and the time of others, maintain proficiency in Microsoft Office applications, work in the library and on the living units to conduct library activities to promote the goals of VCBR
3

Stem Librarian / Assistant Prof Resume Examples & Samples

  • 1) Familiarity with current issues in scholarly communication, including such areas as: open access publishing, research data management, author rights management, publication metrics, reputation management, and/or data curation/visualization services
  • 2) Demonstrated subject knowledge and familiarity with the scientific literature, database resources and research processes in the natural sciences, the physical sciences, or mathematics
  • 3) Experience providing library instruction and creating library instruction materials
  • 4) Familiarity with emerging technologies and trends in teaching with technology in higher education
  • 5) A degree or one year of relevant subject liaison or collection development experience in a STEM field
  • 6) Demonstrated commitment to outreach and service
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Librarian, Assistant Salem Middle Resume Examples & Samples

  • Teach the skills of information location, access, evaluation, use and communication as they relate to the program of instruction to both students and teachers
  • Assists in maintaining the media center's print, non-print, and electronic collections and manages circulation of curricular support materials and equipment
  • Collaborates with teachers in planning assignments providing information literacy instruction
  • Performs collection development by selecting, ordering, and adding new items to replace and/or update media center resources
  • Introduces new instructional materials and technologies to staff
  • May supervise library assistants and volunteers in the media center
  • Plans and directs special projects involving literacy and library promotion
  • Prepares or assists in preparation of the media center budget
  • Demonstrates commitment to improving professional competence
  • Assesses student learning on an ongoing basis and alters instruction to meet group/individual needs
  • Uses the curriculum of the district as well as AASL Standards for the 21st-Century Learner to plan daily instructional activities
  • Minimum of 18 years of age
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Assistant / Associate Librarian Resume Examples & Samples

  • Manages daily work of the cataloging department including original cataloging, copy cataloging, metadata creation, and database maintenance; supervises, trains and evaluates student and library staff
  • Responsible for oversight of all aspects of record quality and catalog integrity, including records contributed by the UMass Dartmouth School of Law librarians
  • Performs original and copy cataloging, creates and maintains metadata for library materials in all formats, including books, serials, audio-visual, digital and electronic resources
  • Creates original bibliographic and non-MARC metadata records following RDA, AACR2, Library of Congress Classification Schedules and subject headings and other non-MARC metadata related formats (e.g., Dublin Core)
  • Works with Library Systems & Digital Services (LSDS) in identifying and creating record format specifications and developing procedures for importing/exporting, batch data processing, publishing, and integrating records from multiple sources in MARC and non-MARC schema
  • Performs global data changes as necessary in Alma in collaboration with LSDS
  • Works closely with the serials librarian in cataloging electronic resources and activating link resolution services in Alma
  • Develops policy, goals, and procedures for the cataloging department
  • Leads the development of metadata policies including descriptive, administrative, and technical metadata schemas for digital collections appropriate for the library's current and future systems including Primo, Drupal, Fedora, Omeka and other content management systems in collaboration with LSDS and Archives & Special Collections
  • Participates in development of library's discovery service (currently Ex Libris Primo)
  • Leads and participates in the inventory and ongoing weeding of the collection; works closely with LSDS in developing weeding project plans, generating the reports and batch data processing that are necessary for collection weeding projects
  • Compiles and analyzes annual cataloging statistics for reporting to internal and external agencies
  • Develops training materials and documentation for library staff in the application of metadata standards and cataloging policy and procedures
  • Maintains knowledge of and engages in continuous professional development to keep up with current and developing standards and practices for metadata and cataloging
  • Serves as liaison and leads efforts between internal and external partners on collaborative cataloging and metadata projects such as interdisciplinary data sets, department collections, UMass Law
  • May manage Federal Government Depository Library Program
  • May participate in the delivery of reference service by staffing the reference desk
  • Serves on library and university committees
  • Perform other duties as required or assigned
  • Previous experience with academic library cataloging and metadata creation of material in all formats, including electronic/digital resources
  • Previous experience using cataloging standards and tools such as AACR2/RDA, MARC, LCC, LCSH, MARC21 and OCLC Connexion
  • Previous experience in creating and editing non-MARC metadata using standards and schema such as Dublin Core, EAD, etc
  • Previous experience with integrated library systems or unified resource management systems, and online bibliographic utilities
  • Demonstrated knowledge of cataloging standards and tools including AACR2/RDA, LCC, LCSH, MARC21, FRBR, OCLC WorldCat, and OCLC Connexion
  • Demonstrated knowledge of one or more non-MARC metadata schemes such as Dublin Core, EAD, METS, MODS, etc
  • Demonstrated and effective problem-solving skills
  • Proven capability for managing a variety of tasks and multiple priorities
  • Demonstrated ability to work collaboratively and independently in a team environment
  • Demonstrated initiative and proven ability to learn new technologies and adapt to changes in the profession
  • Proficient with Microsoft Office applications (especially MS Excel)
  • Proven ability and willingness to share expertise with colleagues
  • Strong service orientation and awareness of end user needs as related to cataloging policies and procedures
  • Excellent oral, written, and interpersonal communication
  • Experience with metadata issues related to the discovery of academic resources with next-generation discovery platforms and other web-based search engines
  • Experience planning and implementing metadata schema for digital collections
  • Demonstrated effective supervisory or leadership experience