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Philadelphia, PA
Librarian
Philadelphia, PA
Stehr-Schiller
Philadelphia, PA
Librarian
  • Digital Initiatives and Electronic Resource Management: Oversees Library website (LibGuides) and works with related resources, including Google Sites, Polaris OPAC and others. Provides analytics and metrics to show library resource use. Develops expertise with emerging technologies and maintains awareness and engagement with trends and developments in e-resource management and sharing with library consortia, including investigating new Library products and assessing their relevancy for the library users and the public. (25%)
  • Providing bespoke user / engagement reports as necessary
  • Assisting students with online journals (Ebscho Host, Cengage etc)
  • Assisting students with assignment hand-in, "Turn-it-in" app
  • Manages and maintains AREVA Resources Canada Inc. Exploration Department Library, including but not limited to the cataloguing, classification, indexing, sorting of internal reports, raw data, external reports, scientific books, journals, government documents, etc. Liaises with Exploration team for collection priorities, document control and change management
  • Planning and management of activities in the section to ensure regular workflow
  • Providing afternoon & evening reference & research services in person & virtually to students, faculty & staff
New York, NY
Research Librarian
New York, NY
Waters, Labadie and Tillman
New York, NY
Research Librarian
  • Coordinating the packing and shipment of journals twice yearly for binding into books
  • Proactive nature with the capacity to take initiative by asking questions, making proposals, and taking responsibly
  • Coordinate the formatting, tracking and maintenance of Zimmer Research Reports and Zimmer Research Memos
  • Organizing and coordinating meetings, teleconferences, and videoconferences
  • Participates in the full-range of direct and virtual reference services including regular reference desk shifts (including occasional Saturday hours)
  • Preparing correspondence, memos and reports
  • Increase the effectiveness of library services by training end users on databases and other library products
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San Francisco, CA
INL Technical Order Librarian
San Francisco, CA
Rippin-Fahey
present
San Francisco, CA
INL Technical Order Librarian
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  • Performance Management - Sets clear expectations & direction for staff; achieves team results consistently; coaches staff to improve; is a positive role model
  • Assist as directed to ensure safety, security and preservation of government /company owned equipment
  • Perform other duties as assigned
  • Distribute to work centers a monthly report of personnel scheduled for re-certification
  • Assist in preparation of CDRLs
  • Coordinate and keep the Quality Assurance Manager informed of all library and certification / licensing functions
  • Assist and train personnel in the use and maintenance of technical publication libraries
Education Education
Bachelor’s Degree in Library
Bachelor’s Degree in Library
University of California, Los Angeles
Bachelor’s Degree in Library
Skills Skills
  • Strong service orientation with an ability to provide prompt, courteous, and professional service
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills. Comfortable reaching out to staff members about available services
  • Strong time management skills with the ability to prioritize and complete multiple tasks with little supervision
  • Strong organizational, detail-oriented and time management skills, particularly in terms of data and document organization and filing
  • Ability to multi-task and manage detail
  • Ability to establish and maintain good working relationships with other city employees and the public
  • Excellent interpersonal skills and ability to work with people at every level
  • Excellent attention to detail
  • Ability to work in a fast-paced environment with demonstrated ability to prioritize multiple, competing tasks and demands
  • Excellent interpersonal skills with the ability to function independently and in groups, and to build and maintain relationships with partners
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Digital Assets Librarian Resume Examples & Samples

  • Process of raw files, create contact sheets for distribution for file selections and final retouched files
  • Work directly with Digital Retouchers to ensure mark ups and revisions have been finalized prior to distribution of files
  • Implement procedures, file naming conventions, organization & folder structuring of the Photography Digital Assets in alignment with end users requirements
  • Create guidelines for server structure and photography assets file management
  • Maintain and develop key content for the library that includes use of effective metadata and server space
  • Serve as liaison between Photographers, Creative Directors, Graphic Designers, Digital Retouchers, Marketing and Ecommerce teams for disbursement of all image file requests while ensuring requests are delivered with proper file naming conventions, sizes, format, file dimensions and color profiles
  • Assist with inquiries and take responsibility of general library administration
  • Configure, test and adjust the library to meet policy and procedural requirements
  • Research and identify use of software for management of library
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Videotape Librarian Resume Examples & Samples

  • Use and mastery of MediaWorks computer software to search for specific footage for air
  • Use and mastery of iNews computer software for assorted library duties
  • Barcode videotapes and enter footage information into computer system
  • Competent and friendly interaction with show producers to fulfill footage requests
  • Ability to accurately re-shelf tapes in numeric order on shelves
  • Ability to accurately recognize most celebrities by face
  • Comprehensive understanding of Isis software to search for appropriate digital footage
  • Stooping, sitting, lifting up to twenty pounds, standing, carrying boxes of tapes, shelving tapes, erasing tapes on degauss machine, use of dolly to relocate boxes of tapes
  • Occasional weekend, or late night shifts during Awards Season (Jan, Feb, March)
  • Willingness to work collaboratively on teams, and ability to maintain positive work relationships with co-workers within our department, and with other departments
  • Anticipate the footage needs of the department
  • Multi-tasking
  • Quick work under time crunch
  • Ability to problem solve in short period of time (when looking for a lost tape, searching for difficult to locate footage in the computer, or coming up with an alternative solution.)
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RMC Librarian Architect / Engineer Resume Examples & Samples

  • Managing the standardization of many area approaches into a single Globally approved service delivery approach
  • Negotiation, listening and inclusive style will be extremely helpful in building consensus
  • Weekly and daily interaction with the Global Methods team is likely
  • Effective stakeholder management and trust to be established with Service LIne leadership
  • Associate Director / Sr. Manager level of independence to work remotely and virtually with content specialist
  • 7-10 years field experience, 5-8 years progessive RMC method development experience
  • Works close with Methods Framework Architect ensuring library is aligned with overall Method development strategy and direction
  • Participates actively and visibly throughout the project in order to build and maintain momentum for a change
  • Provides ideas, suggestions, and QA assessments while method engineers are developing method content with their service line stakeholders
  • Works closely with IT developing integration solutions with the new technology direction supporting where necessary
  • Provides QA reviews for method builds during design, development and deployment of methods including enhancements
  • Maintains RMC Library standards and documentation for reference
  • Helps develop and deploy RMC training when necessary ensuring method engineers are current with framework, techniques and library content
  • Will work in dev and prod environments, promoting changes or other tasks related to fixes/enhancements
  • Reviews methods library to ensure that projects are being pro-actively managed and important issues are promptly resolved
  • Help develop offshoring capabilities for certain aspects for method builds
  • Collaborates with the core methods team to ensure that methods engineering and publishing needs are well-defined and effectively implemented into our environment
  • Provides as needed guidance to method engineers on designing, developing, managing, editing and publishing methods based on the Unified Method Framework (UMF)
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Librarian Walt Disney Archives Resume Examples & Samples

  • 3 year minimum experience working in a museum or library environment
  • Working knowledge of FileMaker Pro, Adobe Photoshop, Microsoft Office Suite & Library digital systems
  • Extreme attention to detail and organizational skills
  • Proven ability to successfully prioritize and handle multiple tasks
  • Quick learner with ability to take direction, work under pressure and operate as part of a team
  • High sense of responsibility due to need to safeguard valuable, fragile and confidential materials
  • Research skills in cataloging and filing, and assisting/troubleshooting archival information sources for users and researchers
  • Strong working knowledge in creating, maintaining, and altering database systems for specialized use
  • Strong working knowledge of the history, policies, and procedures of The Walt Disney Company
  • Bachelor's Degree, Library Science preferred
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Librarian Resume Examples & Samples

  • Must be currently enrolled or a graduate of an accredited MLS program
  • Demonstrated experience publishing content to Web sites, use of a content management system (CMS) preferred
  • Experience with section 508 compliance highly desired, but not required
  • Able to efficiently work in fast paced environment with team members
  • Excellent interpersonal skills and ability to work with people at every level
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Solution Center Librarian Resume Examples & Samples

  • Become increasingly self-sufficient in their use of the solution
  • Execute business processes accurately and efficiently
  • Join a network of excellence that will drive the adoption and standardized usage of the Mercury solution
  • Request, use, manage and maintain master data effectively and efficiently on a global basis
  • Identify opportunities for improvement and input to user acceptance testing cycles
  • Establish and maintain effective internal relationships with Finance Infrastructure and MSSC process leads and other leaders to ensure document management system is meeting the needs of the MSSC teams
  • Under direction of Knowledge and Training Lead, design and launch document management/library function
  • Develop and maintain the library taxonomy to ensure consistent naming standards and document classifications to allow for searches and retrievals
  • Under direction of Knowledge and Training Lead, document retention guidelines, develop archiving strategy and determine process/timeline for records destruction
  • Maintain a library that adheres to defined internal and external standards, taxonomy and defined naming conventions, and is fully auditable
  • Team with MSSC business and IT Leads and teams (including AMS vendor) to ensure
  • Accurate, up to date documents that reflect the current functionality of the Mercury suite of systems
  • Continuous improvement to repository process and accuracy
  • Determine appropriate document taxonomy when posting new documents
  • Recommend documents/knowledge for archival and/or destruction
  • Monitor compliance with standards and recommend changes
  • Recommend process improvements where appropriate
  • Technical skills requirements
  • Reports to the Service Excellence Function Knowledge and Training Lead
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Material Resource Librarian Resume Examples & Samples

  • Be a self-starter
  • Be detail oriented
  • Have excellent and professional communication skills
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Digital Resources Librarian Resume Examples & Samples

  • 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 Digital Resources Librarian 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: The Digital Resources Librarian 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
  • Master’s Degree in Library and Information Science (MLIS or MLS)
  • 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
  • Experience in the medical or technical marketplace an asset
  • Experience in the hospital, higher education and/or federal government fields highly desired
  • Ability to travel up to 30% across the US and Canada
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Information Services Librarian Resume Examples & Samples

  • Participates in all reference and information services, including reference desk, consultation, online searching, assisting users in developing search strategies and answering online reference questions
  • Oversees educational program for the Keck School of Medicine, including MD Program, Master of Public Health, Physician Assistants and Master of Science in Nurse Anesthesia. Tasks include developing course content, support materials, and assignments. Provides curriculum-based instruction in key information resources, database searching, evidence-based medicine and mobile device resources. Grades student assignments and teach faculty development workshops. Creates and maintains student portal pages and subject-specific LibGuides. Participates in curriculum committee meetings and collaborates with faculty
  • Participates in orientation and educational programs for other health sciences schools and affiliated hospitals
  • Supports research efforts, including conducting systematic reviews and providing workshops on scholarly communication, open access and other related topics
  • Carries out special projects, e.g., develops web tutorials and educational modules, develops and co-teaches monthly technology workshops
  • Contributes to professional publications and organizations; attends and gives presentations at professional meetings
  • Other responsibilities as assigned
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Librarian Internship Resume Examples & Samples

  • Support the Digital Asset Management initiative through evaluation, scanning and uploading of the Clip Files and print index
  • Assist with Information Research Center (“IRC”) Front Desk duties such as location of materials, circulation, routing of magazines, shelving of books and magazines as needed
  • Provide backup research assistance to IRC staff as requested
  • Assist patrons with ready reference inquiries as well as provide instruction on the use of the online catalog
  • Become familiar with the various collections within the Information Resource Center overall (Art, Slide, Show) in order to guide patrons to the relevant reference area
  • Work as part of a team within the IRC and throughout the Information Resource Center collections of archives and libraries
  • Ability to interface with all levels of the organization to assist with research needs
  • Knowledge in archival methods, including assigning access points/subject headings, scanning and preservation
  • Cutting edge knowledge of information technology as well as information dissemination
  • Digitization of assets
  • Previous Intern experience
  • Previous Disney experience
  • Currently enrolled or graduated within 6 months of the start date of this internship, in an accredited college/university, earning a degree in Masters in Library Science & Information Science
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TPM Program Management, Librarian Resume Examples & Samples

  • Working with the Citi PMO and the key stakeholders to monitor progress against regulatory (i.e., OCC) project plans and ensuring that corrective action plans are identified and executed
  • Gathering information and preparing TPM reports (e.g. annual Board of Directors report, CBNA MOR updates, etc.) for various executive boards and committees
  • Executing an effective third party management quality assurance function
  • Providing support for various third party management meetings
  • Providing testing and monitoring support to ensure compliance with third party management policy
  • Producing management performance scorecards
  • Reviewing audit results and other issues related to third party management to identify common themes and root causes
  • Supporting the execution of MCAs for the Third Party Management organization
  • Providing oversight on information security concerns related to third party relationships and partnering with CISO to ensure consistent and complete coverage of information security issues
  • Providing oversight on CoB concerns related to third party relationships
  • Engaging the enterprise-wide third party management community to identify and share best practices
  • Develop Documents Library archive and populate with all relevant and necessary Policy and Standards documents
  • Develop and implement a change control process to ensure changes to any documents housed in the library and timely, receive the appropriate reviews and approvals and communicate changes and updates to all impacted parties
  • Work with the appropriate Third Party Management colleagues across the firm to ensure Region, Business and Country level documents related to Third Party Policies and Standards meet the expectations and policy guidelines
  • Collaborate site management & maintenance
  • Candidate with 5+ years of relevant experience in third party, risk management and governance with particular focus on policy and procedure management
  • Minimum BS/BA degree
  • Demonstrates in depth business/product knowledge
  • Excellent communication skills, both oral and written, with the ability to articulate complex and sensitive issues to senior management
  • Ability to influence at multiple levels of an organization and influence desired outcomes
  • Ability to organize and prioritize multiple deliverables in a large, global corporate environment
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Data Librarian Resume Examples & Samples

  • Ensuring that use of the EDL data content follows EDMO Data Governance policies
  • Co-ordinating the remediation of data quality and data metadata issues reported by end-users of the EDL content
  • Co-ordinating the acquisition and change of data provisioned to the EDL by data hubs and other source systems
  • Maintenance and sourcing of appropriate metadata for the EDL content
  • Ability to prioritize and deliver tasks with competing priorities and stakeholders
  • Customer focus through on-going communication with Data Scientists and Data Engineers about their projects, techniques and experiences
  • Thought leadership by staying current with data governance practices in the financial industry
  • Teamwork by collaborating effectively with the other Hadoop Centre of Excellence (COE) teams
  • Personal conduct in keeping with Scotiabank’s vision and values
  • Two years of hands-on working experience with Hadoop technologies including Python, Hive SQL, and Scala
  • Operational experience in data management
  • Excellent communication skills, verbal & written
  • Experience in data modelling, data science, or risk modelling
  • Strong understanding of data governance concepts and associated compliance, privacy and data retention regulations (The Personal Information Protection and Electronic Documents Act - PIPEDA, Gramm–Leach–Bliley Act - GLB)
  • Familiarity with financial terminology and concepts
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Senior Software Librarian / Architect Resume Examples & Samples

  • Develop and maintain bank’s Definitive Software Library service based on JFrog’s Artifactory
  • Contribute to the development of Odyssey platform and assure the Artifactory service integration with other components of the project
  • Provide expertise on software dependencies conflict resolution and management
  • Provide expertise on software configuration management good practices
  • Provide 3rd level support for the community and liaise with 1st and 2nd level support team
  • Identify opportunities for service improvements and solve issues by automating repetitive tasks
  • Create and update product-/process documentation and service knowledge-base
  • Act as Odyssey Subject Matter Expert for IT Community
  • At least 4-5 years of documented experience in delivery of software construction projects
  • Solid knowledge of software configuration management and various repository management systems
  • Excellent Application development background with a focus on Java, Grails/Groovy in an enterprise environment
  • Deep expertise in software construction process, life-cycle and application development good practices
  • Understanding of software quality management and assurance principles
  • Familiarity with software development tools such as: JIRA, Confluence, SVN, Fisheye/Crucible and others
  • Experience with continuous integration servers (TeamCity, Jenkins)
  • Ability to partner with senior stakeholders both in the team and across teams
  • Dedicated self-starter, ability to drive a team and its contribution
  • Good English language skills is a must
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Librarian, Merchandising Resume Examples & Samples

  • Bachelor's Degree in Library Science or 1 - 3 years direct relevant work experience
  • Experience working with library cataloging systems is preferred
  • Ability to implement new systems, policies, and procedures for library management and information research
  • Customer service experience and interest in working with people is preferred
  • Experience working with Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Outlook
  • Ability to work with a large number of people across many functional areas, be flexible and, independent
  • Must have excellent organizational, interpersonal, and verbal/written communication skills
  • Able to adapt to quickly changing business needs
  • Teamwork oriented
  • Ability to climb a ladder and lift 30lbs/14Kg
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Medical Librarian Resume Examples & Samples

  • Must be a graduate of an accredited MLS program
  • Excellent writing, editing and proofreading skills. Writing sample required
  • Demonstrated experience with social media
  • Demonstrated experience with basic HTML coding and ability to manipulate code
  • Demonstrated experience publishing content to Web sites, use of a content management system (CMS) or templated web design environment preferred
  • Demonstrated experience with Microsoft Office products
  • Knowledge of NLM informational resources
  • Background in science, public health, allied health, emergency management desirable, but not required
  • Ability to work within a team environment and contribute to consensus-based decision making
  • Ability to identify, analyze, and solve problems creatively and independently
  • Ability to handle multiple tasks simultaneously and shift priorities as directed
  • General computer and email skills
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Corporate Librarian Resume Examples & Samples

  • Prepare proposal materials in response for RFQs for potential new projects with library support
  • Set up Intercompany Work Orders under master ICF Library IWO agreement, for providing library support for legacy ICF projects; review monthly invoices for accuracy and approval
  • Review ICF Library budget annually; provide E&P with anticipated budget in advance of the coming year, coordinate approvals for purchases with LOB leaders within E&P. Collaborate with other ICF librarians on company-wide purchases
  • Provide support for walk-in, phone, and e-mailed requests from staff, clients, agencies, and the public for ICF Library holdings as well as current and archived LOB library material
  • Receive new material; process for library stacks
  • Acquisitions; review purchase requests for library material and assess for acquisition. Purchase items; set up subscriptions and standing orders, and maintain acquisitions within budget allocated at beginning of the year
  • Cataloging; copy-catalog and collaborate with manager on original cataloging if required
  • Provide document delivery services for both billable and non-billable research requests
  • Provide in-depth research support for both billable and non-billable search requests which may include deep-web searching, database searching, and travel to local libraries
  • Collaborate with E&P Project Managers on new projects where the ICF Library has potential role; planning support, etc. This includes outreach to other geographic regions within ICF
  • Coordinate with manager on archiving of LOB deliverables
  • Track library statistics and compile department reports as requested
  • Perform daily accurate recordkeeping and reporting of all project time and expenses
  • Maintain electronic files and folders in an organized and consistent manner
  • MLS, MLIS or equivalent in experience
  • 2+ years working in a library; preferably in reference or cataloging
  • Strong bibliographic skills, including knowledge of MARC tags and LC headings
  • Strong skills in using on-line catalogs
  • Focused research skills using research databases (Examples: Proquest-Dialog, BIOSIS, Lexis-Nexis, etc.)
  • Demonstrated experience with outreach to library clients and user groups
  • Advanced proficiency with Microsoft Office applications and Adobe Acrobat
  • Experience with Library software. Inmagic is preferred
  • A proactive approach with a positive attitude
  • The ability to be flexible and handle changing priorities and duties
  • The ability to be self-sufficient, a problem solver, and results oriented
  • Excellent organizational skills, time management, and prioritization abilities
  • Respect and consideration given to management, co-workers and all other internal and external parties
  • The ability to work under pressure and meet critical deadlines
  • The ability to work independently as well as being a dedicated team player
  • The ability to create and manage outreach efforts involving a diverse client base
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Software Librarian Resume Examples & Samples

  • Design, Plan and evaluate server system and application infrastructure and processes
  • Validate and review change management and server system processes
  • First level problem determination and resolution
  • Review, design, plan , implement and ensure compliance to processes
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Assistant, Systems Librarian Resume Examples & Samples

  • Collaborate with Operations Director to build and organize system libraries
  • Assist and work with end users in creating and updating the PLM Measurement Library
  • Assist with preparing divisions for uploading new materials in PLM Library
  • Lead workshops with end users and act as an ongoing support system
  • Communicate with global offices during new system implementations
  • Knowledge of apparel technical design and “How to Measure”
  • Experience working with systems [Preferably FlexPLM]
  • At least 1-3 year of working experience in the apparel industry
  • Knowledge of creating specs and grades
  • Tech savvy
  • Intermediate understanding of Adobe Illustrator
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Principal Orchestra Librarian Resume Examples & Samples

  • Supervise the professional level preparation of all large ensemble music, including pagination and distribution of practice parts, as well as marking bowings, cuts and edits as requested by conductors as needed
  • At the direction of Assistant Dean for Orchestral Studies and Director of Orchestral and Ensemble Operations, manage Orchestra Library presence at any reading, rehearsal, or performance at which large ensembles are present, ensuring the support of conductors, ensemble members, and administrative staff as needed
  • Communicate with conductors and administrators to determine which pieces and editions are to be procured, as well as source material(s) for any bowings, edits, cuts, or other changes which may need to be made to extant parts
  • Procure all music for ensemble concerts, with consideration of cost/benefit to the institution
  • Supervise the Orchestra Librarian as well as work-study student workers
  • Coordinate library-related needs with administrative staff from Vocal Arts, Historical Performance, Juilliard Dance, and Juilliard Jazz as needed to support cross-departmental collaborations
  • Assist the Historical Performance Department with sourcing and preparing music as needed
  • Research information regarding potential and actual programming as requested by conductors and administrators
  • Ensure that all large ensemble events at Juilliard adhere to copyright law as applicable
  • Prepare and distribute instrumentation lists to members of orchestral administrative staff
  • Clean and return all rented music to its owner in a timely fashion
  • Maintain performance database and catalogue of Orchestra Library holdings
  • Maintain office hours for walk-in contact by conductors, students, administrators, and others
  • Set and enforces policies for use of resources of the Orchestra Library
  • Represent The Juilliard School in the Major Orchestra Librarians Association
  • At least three years’ experience working in an ensemble library
  • Bachelor’s degree in music, Masters or terminal degree in music preferred
  • Experience supervising employees
  • The ability to multitask, to work under pressure and meet deadlines, and to function as part of a team
  • The ability to collaborate successfully with other departments
  • Knowledge of computer notation software (Finale or Sibelius)
  • Experience as principal librarian of a large ensemble, preferably in a professional orchestra or a high-level training orchestra setting preferred
  • Performance experience as a member of a large ensemble helpful
  • Experience working in an academic environment a plus
  • Opera and/or Ballet experience preferred
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Supervisor, Metadata Librarian Resume Examples & Samples

  • Provides expert metadata consulting services for Library and enterprise projects. Employs emerging metadata schemas to link content across multiple data repositories, and improve search optimization and discoverability of internal and external data. (10%)
  • Applies metadata for a wide range of formats, including serials, non-print materials, and e-resources, using current and emerging metadata schemas, principles and practices such as MARC, XML, RDA, Library of Congress classification and Dublin Core. (40%)
  • Administers discovery systems, including Polaris and Springshare Libguides, to ensure reliable access to subscription-based information and research resources. Administers the OCLC interlibrary lending management system upgrades and provides interlibrary loan services. (20%)
  • Provides reference services as needed and processes payments for all print and digital monographs, serials, databases, office supply and other acquisitions: places orders, processes renewals, and resolves complex service problems. (25%)
  • Determines current and future library automation requirements, recommends solutions and changes. (5%)
  • 5+ years equivalent experience in relevant field
  • Demonstrated knowledge of metadata schemas (XML, RDF, RDA, MARC, Library of Congress classification and Dublin Core)
  • Knowledge of, and experience in applying electronic, traditional and emerging metadata standards (AACR2R, Library of Congress classification and subjects, MARC formats)
  • Experience in an automated environment using Polaris or similar cataloging environment
  • Experience using OCLC Iliad or similar automated interlibrary services system
  • Effective oral, written, and interpersonal communication skills with ability to communicate complex information effectively
  • Demonstrated ability to work independently as well as collaboratively within a team-based environment
  • Ability to prioritize multiple tasks and projects
  • Ability to operate, maintain and evaluate data and digitization management systems
  • Ability to learn specialized library software and hardware applications
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Librarian Resume Examples & Samples

  • Digital Initiatives and Electronic Resource Management: Oversees Library website (LibGuides) and works with related resources, including Google Sites, Polaris OPAC and others. Provides analytics and metrics to show library resource use. Develops expertise with emerging technologies and maintains awareness and engagement with trends and developments in e-resource management and sharing with library consortia, including investigating new Library products and assessing their relevancy for the library users and the public. (25%)
  • Collection Management: As assigned by the Acting Director, identifies and selects the best print and digital information resources, examining features of resources available from multiple vendors, and providing access to those through Polaris, Libguides, or other tools. Works on patron maintenance, circulation tasks, weeding or shifting as needed. (25%)
  • Reference and Instruction:Provides expert reference services and consultations for Society staff. Serves on the reference desk at least ten hours per week / as needed. Creates research guides to guide users and highlight resources. Assists with new hire orientation, individualized instruction, in-person and online training and tutorials. (25%)
  • Marketing and Outreach: Markets existing library resources and collections and seeks opportunities for growth and collaboration within NGS and the library community, as well as funding opportunities. (15%)
  • Other duties as assigned.Supports interlibrary loan. Stays current with issues, trends, and best practices related to job duties by attending appropriate conferences, workshops, etc. and regularly consulting appropriate literature and other resources. (10%)
  • 3-5 years library or comparable professional experience that provides an understanding of information retrieval, database design, and structure models as well as end-user needs
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Materials Research Librarian Resume Examples & Samples

  • Develop guidelines for all material cataloging and tagging
  • Support and oversee the quality and accuracy of the material intake and entry process
  • Develop and manage a group of freelance librarians and designers that will help with tagging and writing about materials
  • Seek new items through trend spotting and product launches in order to grow the material database
  • Update attributes for materials that exist within the database and ensure that all critical data points are captured as they become available
  • Review, edit and update technical material content throughout the material database, as well as on client collaterals and in editorial perspectives
  • Minimum 5-8 years of experience in the design industry, preferably as a Research Librarian or Designer for a major design or architectural firm, required
  • Experience with the design and specification process of materials
  • Participation at global materials trade shows or industry associations
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Librarian Resume Examples & Samples

  • Strategic leadership, coordination and management of the resource centre,services and its staff as well as creating a healthy community of practice (COP)
  • Has the functional and technical knowledge and skills to do the job at a high level of accomplishment
  • Networking and liaising with industry
  • Negotiation skills
  • Working skills with regards to HR management
  • Organising
  • Deadline orientation
  • Library/Information Science degree or equivalent
  • A minimum of three years’ experience in higher education or a related education and training environment
  • Experience in eLearning, as well as the retrieval of information from digital resources and providing user support in this regard
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Information Services Librarian Resume Examples & Samples

  • Provides librarian leadership for Nursing@USC. Tasks include developing online course content, support materials, and assignments. Provides curriculum-based instruction to core nursing faculty, preceptors and students in key information resources, database searching, evidence-based medicine and mobile device resources in a primarily online environment. Grades student assignments and teaches faculty development workshops
  • Creates and maintains nursing student portal pages and subject-specific LibGuides and collaborates with Nursing Department program support staff to link library-licensed content on course-specific pages. Participates in curriculum committee meetings and collaborates with faculty. Supports collection development efforts by seeking out new resources, arranging for trials of new resources and providing feedback on currently-licensed materials
  • Initiate and maintain positive communications with remote faculty, preceptors and students in this new degree program
  • Works collaboratively with the School of Social Work librarians located at the University Park Campus and beyond
  • Participates in reference and information services for USC health and social sciences students, staff and faculty including but not limited to consultation, online searching, assisting users in developing search strategies and answering online reference questions
  • Participates in orientation and educational programs for other health and social sciences schools at UPC and HSC
  • Collaborates with other subject librarians and staff to provide effective reference, instruction, and outreach services for USC graduate students, faculty, and staff
  • Stays up-to-date on relevant library and scholarly information trends and practices and applies this to their work
  • Participates in library assessment activities
  • Carries out special projects, e.g., develops web tutorials and educational modules
  • Contributes to professional publications and organizations
  • Some night and weekend work will be required
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Materials Librarian Resume Examples & Samples

  • Collect preliminary assets and supply naming convention to design team for new projects
  • Continuous updating and filing in Design Standard books. Organize and maintain conceptual design archives
  • Partners with procurement for ordering as well as scheduling of vendor presentations
  • Provide in depth research and product analysis of technical information and costs
  • Responsible for establishing and implementing naming conventions to electronic files. Organize and maintain digital and hard copy archives for all projects
  • Restock catalogue cut sheets, fabrics and finish samples
  • Return borrowed samples and other items to showrooms
  • Architecture or interior design (3 years)
  • Librarian experience, or equivalent (2 years)
  • Multi-project management (2 years)
  • Strong ability to set priorities, meet deadlines and manage projects
  • Working knowledge of CAD drafting using Microstation or AutoCAD software
  • Ability to document and organize large bodies of information
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Librarian Resume Examples & Samples

  • Candidate must have a knowledge skills / experience in version control, software configuration management, build and promote procedures
  • PL1 or Cobol (candidate will get training to PL1)
  • IMS, DB2, CICS, MQ, JCL , OPC
  • Experience in using SCLM and for EGL RTC SCM
  • DevOps knowledge is a nice to have as we will move to a DevOps in the coming period
  • Experience in working with agile teams is an advantage
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Senior Research Librarian Resume Examples & Samples

  • Provides reference services to all members of firm in all locations
  • Performs in-depth research, using appropriate sources and analyzing results for presentation to the user
  • Adheres to Library Services Best Practices
  • Performs complex research assignments, drawing upon extensive subject matter expertise
  • Trains Research Librarians and Library Assistants in research techniques and use of library materials and resources
  • Performs marketing and business development research; works with marketing staff on initiatives as requested, such as company profiles, Statesmen Reports, client and subject-area alerts and contributions to client portals
  • Upon request and at own discretion, provides synthesis and analysis of complex or in-depth research
  • Supervises the activities of Research Librarians and Library Assistants in the performance of their duties. Reviews and supplements research/reference work of Research Librarians, as needed
  • Enables Research Librarians to develop subject matter competence and mentors them in specialized and complex areas of research
  • Assists in the evaluation of new electronic resources by being an active participant in all testing projects
  • Teaches legal/business research, particularly effective use of online databases and knowledge management tools to individuals and groups, using the most up-to-date educational methods and presentation techniques
  • Conducts orientation of legal staff in use and resources of the Library
  • Manages, contributes to and edits Library publications; develops and implements outreach activities
  • Provides service to assigned practice groups in meeting their research needs, developing practice pages on the infoNet, keeping abreast of electronic resources for those practices, and gathering significant research skills and knowledge in these practice areas
  • Participates in development of electronic resources and new technologies, including intranet resources, client portals, RSS news distribution, access to electronic publications, and knowledge management
  • Evaluates new electronic resources and participates in the negotiation of contracts and licenses. Advises on collection development in all media
  • Manages projects as assigned by Manager of Research Services that leverage the services and resources of the library and support the knowledge management activities of the firm
  • Records regular activity reports and bills research time
  • MLS strongly preferred but other graduate degrees that emphasize research and writing, and have relevant content will be considered, such as a J.D. or M.B.A
  • More than 5 years research experience in a law firm or law library
  • Advanced online research skills and knowledge of electronic and print law and business resources
  • Demonstrated proficiency in technologies used in a professional services environment
  • Demonstrated experience in developing, organizing and distributing appropriate content to an intranet
  • Ability to keep up with new materials, changes in resources and techniques, and shifts in information demands; resourcefulness in obtaining needed materials and information
  • Excellent interpersonal, presentation and communication skills; willingness and ability to actively contribute to project teams as well as work alone
  • Ability to prioritize tasks and manage time well
  • Commitment to providing high-quality library service to a large group of demanding users in a fast-paced business environment
  • Must be team-oriented and able to share information, goals, opportunities, successes and failures with the appropriate parties
  • Ability to plan, organize and carry out multiple related activities
  • Ability to work in a multi-office environment
  • Must pay attention to details and have the ability to follow up and follow through
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Librarian Resume Examples & Samples

  • Coordinates full life cycle of new Royalty-Free & Rights Managed Asset procurement, from fulfillment of a request to confirmation of invoice payment, using established processes
  • Maintains the Visual Asset Ordering (VAO) tracker to ensure up-to-date metadata and ordering details
  • Maintains timely ingestion of asset files into DAM, including captioning and key wording
  • Facilitate the uploading of assets to HMH’s Digital Asset Management system (DAM)
  • Assign appropriate taxonomy and metadata to assets
  • Educate, train and promote the use of the DAM
  • Support critical and time sensitive VAO requests
  • Keeps the business well informed of process and operations changes related to VAO
  • Assist with documenting processes and procedures
  • Stays up to date with industry standards, current information industry processes and technologies
  • Performs any/all tasks required to support department and company goals
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Librarian Resume Examples & Samples

  • Assisting students with online journals (Ebscho Host, Cengage etc)
  • Assisting students with assignment hand-in, "Turn-it-in" app
  • Operate and manage the library
  • Coordinate and plan the development of strategic library goals and applications
  • Development, maintenance and quality control of the library database for optimal information retrieval
  • Selection and acquisition of print and other resources
  • Technical processing of material: Classification and cataloguing of new stock and update library database
  • Weeding of stock by disposing of duplicates and other out-of-date items
  • Managing records concerning the collection, for example orders, correspondence and statistics
  • Provide reference assistance
  • Research library sources for information retrieval
  • Assist in computer use when necessary
  • Locate items in the catalogue and on shelves for patrons
  • Perform circulation duties/ lending services
  • Information retrieval via Internet sources
  • Write procedures and notices for circulation and use of library resources
  • Monthly report on new acquisitions, library news and updates
  • Coordinate special events such as reading promotions
  • Liaise with lecturers on academic content needs
  • Planning and management of activities in the section to ensure regular workflow
  • Provide materials and support services to support the instructional goals of the institution
  • Select print and non-print material to support the university programmes
  • Build the collection to support the academic goals of the programmes
  • Provide the faculties with bibliographies, catalogues and news of information resources that support subject areas being taught;Liaise with IT support e.g. tablet support, ePortal support
  • Manage provision of personal student access to learning resources (prescribed textbook orders and/electronic versions thereof)
  • Enforce library rules and take appropriate action in case of misbehaviour
  • Operational management of staff requirements
  • Skilled and experienced in working in a Tertiary library, as well as relative library systems
  • Minimum 3 – 5 years experience
  • Library/Information Science degree or diploma
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Cyber Threat Data Librarian Resume Examples & Samples

  • Support development and engineering with planning of the right data ingestion strategy
  • Support implementing of controls defined by Information Security Policy, Standards, Procedures and Guidelines derived from it
  • Maintaining an inventory/catalogue of data assets for which they have responsibility and which are agreed with the respective Business Managers and Information Asset Owners. Manage Software Configuration Management for Splunk
  • Support the coordinate Data Integration and hosting on a large scale
  • Discover synergies with other data source owners
  • “Translate” Cyber-Security requirements for analytics into Querries/Rules/Machine Learning heuristics
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Librarian Resume Examples & Samples

  • BA Library/Information Science degree or Diploma
  • Knowledge of AACR, DDC and automated library systems
  • Knowledge of how to use search engines to locate Internet sites and e-mail facilities
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Sacm Configuration Administrator / Librarian Resume Examples & Samples

  • Creates libraries or other storage areas to hold CIs
  • Assists in the identification of products and CIs
  • Maintains current status information on CIs
  • Accepts and records the receipt of new or revised configurations into the appropriate library
  • Administers configuration control process
  • Assists in conducting configuration audits
  • Bachelor Degree in Computer Science
  • 2+ years’ experience with IT Configuration Management Processes and Tools
  • 5+ year’s experience working with Ford Motor Company
  • Software Asset Management experience
  • Data Management experience
  • Analytical Skills to support data validation and audits
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New Business Librarian Resume Examples & Samples

  • 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
  • Maintains global thought leadership materials
  • 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
  • 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
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Librarian Resume Examples & Samples

  • Perform professional duties related to providing library collections and services for the University community
  • Perform library Collection Development and Collection Management tasks including but not limited to
  • Master’s Degree in Library Science and related experience
  • Knowledge of Hebrew language helpful
  • Instructional experience helpful
  • Excellent grasp of library principles, processes, software, technology and resources
  • Ability to learn new techniques and adapt to new paradigms
  • Expertise in at least one academic discipline
  • Excellent listening and communications skills
  • Customer service demeanor and patience when dealing with patrons
  • Accuracy, thoroughness, precision, ability to focus on detail without losing sight of the big picture
  • Should project a positive attitude about the Library and the University when interacting with Library patrons
  • Self-discipline and judgment are essential as work will often be performed in the absence of a supervisor
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Librarian Resume Examples & Samples

  • Responsible for the identification, implementation, management, and support of technologies that enhance the Library’s ability to deliver digital services and collections. Uses on-line tools to manage Library technologies and services
  • Works with corporate information technology staff to create and maintain the University Library’s digital space. Identifies emerging issues and trends in information delivery and access
  • Master's degree in library science from an American Library Association (ALA) accredited library - college or university
  • Proven ability to organize, prioritize, and manage multiple processes and activities simultaneously
  • Two or more years of progressively responsible library information technology experience
  • Proven experience with and Serials Solutions ERM Systems 360 Counter / INTOTA and INTOTA Assessment
  • Proven experience with ProQuest’s Summon
  • Expertise with COUNTER reporting and Data collection
  • Proven experience with EzProxy
  • Must be able to communicate in written and oral formats to students, faculty and employees to provide support and assistance as it relates to the library services
  • Must have a general working knowledge of personal software packages to perform word processing activities, utilize search engines and create and generate spreadsheets
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Librarian Resume Examples & Samples

  • Master’s Degree in Library, Information Science, or related from an ALA accredited school
  • At least one year experience working in a post-secondary institution library
  • Previous experience delivering instruction preferred
  • Knowledge of subjects taught by Art Institute system
  • Knowledge of library and educational technologies
  • Superior organizational, prioritization, and self-motivation skills
  • Work effectively a team member to insure that system and school goals are met
  • Ability to effectively teach information literacy skills
  • Comfort level with expanding and contracting sphere of influence as required at times by the role
  • Ability to frequently lift up to 15 pounds
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Librarian Resume Examples & Samples

  • At least 3 to 5 years experience working in a library in a post-secondary institution
  • Held positions of increasingly responsible experience in the industry
  • Fiscal and personnel management expertise
  • Strong interpersonal skills with both peer and subordinate personnel
  • Work effectively a team member to insure that departmental goals are met
  • Ability to work well within the principles and practices of collection development
  • Ability to teach information literacy skills
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Librarian Resume Examples & Samples

  • Master’s degree from an ALA accredited program in library or information science or the equivalent education and relevant library experience
  • Demonstrated experience in promoting institutional repository and digital publishing services to faculty, staff, and students and recruiting content for projects
  • Relevant experience evaluating platforms to support open access publishing
  • Experience developing and implementing technology projects
  • Strong project management skills with an interest in for technologies supporting new models for scholarly communication
  • Knowledge of new scholarly publishing models, especially library-press collaborations
  • Record of collaborating with vendors to maximize product features to the benefit of the end user
  • Evidence of continuing participation in professional and scholarly activities
  • Ability to maintain professional relationships with faculty members, researchers, and colleagues
  • Desire to work in a collegial and collaborative environment
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Librarian Resume Examples & Samples

  • Manage an acquisitions budget, identify and work with vendors
  • Serve as a liaison to the Program of African Studies, and other related programs and disciplines
  • Provide reference, instruction and scholarly services to faculty and students with an interest inAfrican Studies
  • Develop and maintain website content, and effectively use instructional technology and social media in order to promote the subject area and reach online users
  • Establish and maintain relationships with colleagues, other libraries and institutions in the field
  • Contribute to the collaborative collection development programs within the African Studies
  • ALA accredited Master's Degree in Library and Information Science (or international equivalent) and an advanced degree in an African Studies discipline
  • Oral and written proficiency in a European language relevant to Africa's colonial past - French, German, Portuguese or Italian
  • Reading knowledge of at least one African language
  • Demonstrated record of working with an acquisitions budget and approval plans. Experience in collection development and managing publisher and vendor relationships with knowledge of the publishing industry in various African countries
  • Demonstrated record of instruction, collaboration with faculty and public outreach; initiative and proactive engagement in a university environment and potential for scholarship in a relevant discipline
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Librarian Resume Examples & Samples

  • ALA-accredited graduate degree in library science or equivalent
  • Formal coursework or training in rare books, archives, analytical bibliography, and/or special collections librarianship
  • Demonstrated understanding of appropriate preservation practices for rare books and other special collections materials
  • Demonstrated experience in digitization processes and project management including knowledge of the operation and management of archival-quality digitization scanning equipment and related software
  • Familiarity with new and emerging standards and technologies relevant to the bibliographic control of digital collections, including familiarity with metadata standards
  • Reading knowledge of at least one modern non-English language, preferably French, German, Chinese or Japanese. Working familiarity with Latin and its use in 15th through 17th century printed works
  • Ability to work both independently and collaboratively, prioritizing work to ensure that departmental and library goals are realized
  • Aptitude for complex, analytical work with attention to detail, demonstrated problem-solving skills, flexibility, and creativity
  • Demonstrated commitment to user-centered library service, and the ability to work flexibly and creatively in a changing and fast-paced environment with a culturally diverse population
  • Demonstrated strength in written, verbal, analytical, and interpersonal skills
  • Additional advanced academic degree, particularly in law and/or history
  • Significant and demonstrated experience providing reference/research assistance and instruction sessions in an academic or law library, or archives environment
  • Knowledge of early printing and the history of the book
  • Successful experience with donors in a special collections environment
  • Experience with planning, seeking, or administering grant-funded projects in a special collections environment
  • Demonstrated innovative use of technology to advance teaching and learning with special collections materials
  • Knowledge of and/or working experience with current cataloging rules and standards, particularly for rare books
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Librarian Resume Examples & Samples

  • Develops collaborative relationships with clinicians; attends hospital rounds, morning reports, case conferences, and other clinically-relevant forums, and provides information as requested
  • Collaborates with key constituents on journal clubs, seminars, systematic reviews, and other clinically focused projects
  • Develops print and electronic support materials on relevant topics; plans and organizes regular campus events and programming on these topics
  • Recommends resources (electronic resources, journals, and software tools) to support clinicians
  • Contributes to library-wide planning activities and collaborates with colleagues on projects in areas of shared interest. Actively participates in appropriate library programs and services where appropriate
  • Manages projects to effectively and efficiently provide services. Seeks grant opportunities to fund innovation efforts
  • Attends faculty and student research seminars, department wide conference and university symposia to keep abreast of current research
  • Serves on library, university, and professional committees and represents the Galter Health Sciences Library in local, regional and national matters related to clinical librarianship
  • Maintains knowledge and skills necessary for the position through professional development and continuing education opportunities
  • Participates in scholarly societies, attends academic conferences, and represents the library in relevant academic activities
  • Master’s degree in library or information science from an ALA-accredited program or international equivalent or other appropriate biomedical/clinical degree or equivalent experience
  • Strong interest in clinical information support and familiarity with evidence-based practice
  • Ability to think and react quickly in an intense clinical environment
  • Solid bibliographic and biomedical database searching skills
  • Ability and desire to work independently and collaboratively with a diverse population of faculty, staff, students, and colleagues
  • Excellent analytical, interpersonal, time management, organizational and problem-solving skills
  • Excellent written and oral communication skills; ability to communicate effectively both in person and virtually using a variety of media and technologies
  • A keen commitment to building relationships
  • Demonstrated ability to learn new technology tools/skills
  • Evidence of professional initiative and problem-solving skills
  • Professional experience in an academic health sciences library, health care/biomedical environment, or equivalent professional experience
  • Strong ability to think and act strategically and demonstrated success coordinating and completing projects while meeting deadlines
  • Experience providing instructional and reference services including the creation of online tutorials, surveys, or guides
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Digital Technologies Development Librarian Resume Examples & Samples

  • Outstanding written and oral communication skills and interpersonal skills
  • Ability to work creatively, collaboratively, and effectively both as a team member and independently and to promote teamwork among colleagues
  • Evidence of ability for ongoing professional development and contribution
  • Experience using client-side web technologies including HTML5, JavaScript, CSS, and related technologies
  • Familiarity with version control systems such as Git
  • Knowledge of user-centered design processes, including applying analytics to support data-informed decision-making
  • Experience applying systems analysis techniques to solving novel problems
  • Enthusiasm for contributing to open-source software projects
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Academic Technology Librarian Resume Examples & Samples

  • ALA-accredited MLS, MIS, or equivalent advanced degree
  • Experience in an academic research environment, preferably working directly with faculty and/or students
  • Knowledge of technology trends in higher education
  • Demonstrated experience managing complex projects; experience working as part of a technical team
  • Excellent interpersonal skills; ability to communicate clearly, knowledgeably, and personably, orally and in writing
  • Demonstrated ability to learn and use new technologies
  • Relevant experience working in an academic library
  • Experience using and/or supporting research computing technology, such as visualization spaces and high performance computing
  • Experience with assessment of services and/or programs
  • Broad familiarity with IT systems and infrastructure, including knowledge of multiple operating systems, networking, and file management
  • Experience developing and executing technology training and workshops
  • Experience collaborating with academic faculty members on grant projects
  • Experience working with cross-disciplinary teams
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NC Live Instruction Librarian Resume Examples & Samples

  • Assess information needs of NC LIVE members
  • Develop instructional content and learning outcomes
  • Deliver training sessions virtually and in-person to library professionals
  • Promote the instruction program to NC LIVE members
  • Measure learner success and satisfaction
  • Report on key program success metrics
  • Serve as liaison to one or more Advisory Committees
  • Significant experience working in or on behalf of libraries
  • Significant virtual library instruction experience
  • Classroom library instruction experience
  • Knowledge of current and emerging trends in virtual instruction
  • Experience teaching adult learners
  • Experience providing exceptional service to a diverse clientele
  • Able to communicate clearly and succinctly both verbally and in written reports/presentations
  • Experience creating asynchronous curricula (e.g. tutorials, instructional videos, online courses, etc.)
  • Experience working in or for multiple types of libraries (e.g. academic, community college, public)
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Metadata Librarian for Slavic Resources Resume Examples & Samples

  • Advanced knowledge of Russian; working knowledge of all other Slavic languages; familiarity with and ability to work with materials in other languages of the former Soviet bloc countries; experience with of one or more Baltic languages preferred
  • Knowledge of and basic experience in applying current cataloging procedures and principles as defined in RDA, MARC Bibliographic, Holdings, and Authorities formats
  • Ability to rapidly learn and implement new cataloging procedures and principles adopted by the Department, including the contribution of PCC records through one or more of the program modules: BIBCO, NACO, and/or SACO
  • Familiarity with principles of linked data; ability to work with controlled vocabularies and ontologies
  • Ability to work creatively within a linked-data environment
  • Familiarity with RDF, XML, and other machine actionable metadata languages, principles of linked data, and ability to work with controlled vocabularies and ontologies preferred
  • Ability to manage metadata projects
  • High level of proficiency using PC-based applications (Windows, word processing, spreadsheets) and other computer applications (email, Internet, Integrated Library Systems); high level computer competency kept up to date through continuous learning
  • Ability to work independently, as a team member, and across departmental boundaries in a fast-paced environment
  • Commitment to professional development and service
  • Advanced Degree in Library Science or equivalent in education and relevant experience
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Population Research Librarian Resume Examples & Samples

  • A Master’s in Public Health or related health sciences degree
  • Demonstrated knowledge around epidemiology and/or health statistics
  • Ability to think creatively and identify new areas of library service across the institution
  • High level of searching competence
  • Enjoys working as part of a small, highly collaborative team
  • Ability to easily network and influence both internally and externally across the organization
  • Demonstrates patience, political savvy, and a sense of humor when obstacles present themselves
  • Deep understanding and engagement with the range of library operations, trends and practices
  • Evidence of professional contribution and achievement beyond the library may be expected at this rank
  • Ability to manage projects, develop policies or drive library initiatives across functional lines
  • Ability to interact with internal or external developers to evaluate and recommend modifications of software, online databases or digital resources. Understanding of software development life cycle and ability to interact effectively with staff engaged in software development
  • Evidence of engagement in relevant professional or academic communities
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Metadata Librarian for South Asian Materials Resume Examples & Samples

  • Advanced knowledge of 3 or more of the following languages in addition to English: Hindi, Urdu, Sanskrit, Tamil, Bengali, Punjabi, Marathi, Gujarati, Telugu
  • Basic knowledge of current cataloging procedures and principles as defined in RDA, MARC Bibliographic, Holdings, and Authorities formats
  • Ability to rapidly learn and implement new cataloging procedures and principles adopted by the Departments
  • Ability to learn, analyze, and utilize existing and emerging metadata standards, such as Dublin Core, EAD, MODS, METS, OAI, TEI, and relevant thesauri or ontologies, as required by special projects. Ability to provide mapping between different metadata standards in a dynamic environment
  • Knowledge of, or ability to learn, acquisitions functions in a library setting
  • Ability to work independently, as a team member, and across departmental boundaries in a fast-paced environment; some project experience preferred
  • Flexibility to be organized, productive and effective in a dynamic environment, involved with a variety of simultaneous projects and workflows
  • Advanced Degree in Library Science or a relevant academic discipline with demonstrated understanding of academic libraries or equivalent in education and relevant experience
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Public Service Librarian, East Asia Library Resume Examples & Samples

  • Advanced degree in East Asian studies with at least one year of working experience in an academic library, or MLIS degree with strong academic background in East Asian studies
  • Working knowledge of one East Asian language and one European language other than English (French or German preferred)
  • Familiarity with East Asian studies resources and literature. Demonstrated excellence in using library catalogs and digital scholarly resources
  • Knowledge and skills in using computer systems and software needed for performing library job duties
  • Demonstrated ability to communicate effectively in written and oral forms, and to deal with the public in a professional and courteous manner
  • *To Apply: Applicants should submit a cover letter (1-2 pages) and a detailed resume along with three references.***
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Assistant Map Librarian Resume Examples & Samples

  • Catalogs cartographic and spatial materials using RDA, MODS, and AACR2R cataloging standards
  • Trains, supervises, and directs the work of a Library Specialist 2, students, temp/casual employees hired for specific projects, and occasional interns
  • Works with the Assistant Director on projects to provide enhanced access to the cartographic collections (web pages, index interfaces, etc.)
  • Performs onsite reference services for the Stanford community for maps, both physical and digital
  • Works in conjunction with the Map Cataloger on digital cataloging projects as needed
  • In coordination with the Assistant Director, helps plan the allocation of resources for the various paper and electronic map collections' physical growth
  • Coordinates movement of cartographic materials to SAL3
  • Oversees flow of materials to and from the scanning lab
  • MLIS or a Bachelor’s Degree and equivalent experience. Degree in geology or geography (desired)
  • Theoretical knowledge of current cataloging procedures and principles as defined in RDA, AACR2, MARC Bibliographic, Holdings, and Authorities formats. Ability to rapidly learn and implement new cataloging procedures and principles adopted by the Department. (Practical knowledge required for the Associate level.)
  • Background working with maps or spatial data (desired)
  • Experience with management of staff on short term and long term projects
  • High level of proficiency using PC-based applications (Windows and Mac, word processing, spreadsheets) and other computer applications (email, Internet, Integrated Library Systems); high level computer competency kept up to date through continuous learning
  • Excellent analytical and problem solving skills combined with attention to detail for complex, detail-oriented work
  • Evidence of independent work, as a team member, and across departmental boundaries in a fast-paced environment
  • Demonstrated high level of comfort in digital environments coupled with the ability to read complex visual information
  • Friendly, personable and willing to work directly with the public
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Electronic Resources & Serials Librarian Resume Examples & Samples

  • MLS degree from an ALA-accredited program
  • One or more years of professional experience in electronic resources, serials, or acquisitions
  • One or more years of supervision of staff in an academic library environment
  • Experience troubleshooting and resolving e-resource and serials access problems
  • Experience managing the electronic resource management and serials modules of an integrated library system (III’s Sierra)
  • Experience with bibliographic utilities (OCLC, Connexion, MarcEdit)
  • Experience working with vendors, publishers, and subscription agents (EBSCO)
  • Extensive experience using spreadsheets and databases
  • Ability to work independently and in a collaborative team environment
  • Strong interpersonal, written, and oral communication skills
  • Strong analytical, technical, and problem solving skills
  • Experience with serials maintenance using OCLC
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Librarian Resume Examples & Samples

  • Directs the activities of the library services desk
  • Triages all student and faculty requests
  • Manages the library cash drawer, including assisting students with copying/printing transactions
  • Notifies students of outstanding fines
  • Provides reference and research assistance to students and faculty including; on-line database searches, interlibrary loan services, library instruction
  • Proctors student exams according to campus needs and library proctoring policies
  • Coordinates and facilitates loans with other campus libraries within the University
  • Trains and supervises Circulation Manager and student library monitors (where applicable)
  • Maintains, updates, and supports library resources including; information management system, circulation / reserve services
  • Collection development for print resources, input in collection development of electronic resources
  • Catalogs materials and provides/maintains authority control
  • Upholds and enforces official library policies and procedures, including overdue items and late charges
  • Triages and provides technical support for problems with library technology such as printers, copiers, computers, etc
  • Orients new students to library services and collections
  • Meets regularly with other library staff on all campuses to suggest changes or report problems
  • Masters in Library Science (or equivalent) from an ALA accredited University
  • Two or more years of library experience, preferably in a health sciences library or in a health care environment, and including the use of library information management systems, cataloging, reference, online literature searching, acquisitions/collection development, serials management and library instruction
  • Fluent in both English and Spanish (preferred)
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CCM Head Librarian Resume Examples & Samples

  • Building the resource base
  • Leads staff in the development of a shared vision for the Albino Gorno Memorial Music (CCM) Library. Oversees the implementation and assessment of initiatives that support the vision; and, analyzes and reshapes departmental services. Creates service policies and collections in response to evolving and rapidly changing user needs
  • Provides strategic leadership and accepts and executes responsibility and accountability for physical facilities, security, services, collections, technology, departmental budgets and personnel (faculty and staff)
  • Leads organizational change working closely with the Associate Dean of Library Services. Fosters a respectful, creative, team-based and entrepreneurial working environment. Maintains an atmosphere conducive to learning, productivity and job satisfaction for faculty and staff. Fosters an environment of continuous improvement for all staff. Hires, evaluates and mentors faculty and staff. Provides needed training
  • Leads groups and teams within a matrix library organizational structure. These groups may be comprised of staff within the department or shared with other UCL departments/units. Teams would function as a model of cooperation, agility, effective communication and collaboration
  • Provides reference, research and instructional services in an increasingly online environment. Coordinates circulation, reference and research online content. Prepares user guides
  • Promotes information literacy and digital literacy through library instruction appropriate to the curricular needs of CCM Library users, working collaboratively with both the teaching faculty and library colleagues. Develops innovative services that transform learning. Delivers a broad array of instructional services including web content and resource guides
  • Leads initiatives that create and foster digital learning and faculty-engaged programming
  • Identifies, leads and engages with transdisciplinary, digital humanities projects aimed at producing globally accessible collections and new modes of discovery, inquiry and knowledge
  • Responsible for the internal operations of the unit and facility management, including equipment needs and departmental budgets
  • Develops the collection in all formats, including liaison with selectors in related programs to assure currency and relevancy of the collection. Manages fund expenditures in assigned subject areas. Liaison with selectors from other OhioLINK institutions on statewide collection development matters
  • Actively participates in Management Council, library committees, meetings and workshops as appropriate
  • Master’s degree in library or information science/management or a comparable combination of education and experience
  • Undergraduate degree (major or minor) in music-related discipline or equivalent
  • At least five years’ of professional library experience (research, instruction, collection development or other relevant experience) in an academic, special or research library environment
  • Demonstrated ability for strategic thinking, embracing change and a new organizational structure, risk-taking, collaborative working, embracing ambiguity, and thinking beyond the internal library organizational structure to identify and support what is important to students and faculty
  • Entrepreneurial attitude toward developing services and spaces with the ability to set and attain goals effectively
  • Proven ability to lead groups and promote teamwork within a matrix library organizational structure that are not direct reports and work at a high level of collaboration and communication
  • Record of successful supervisory experience with a commitment to mentoring, training, and staff development
  • Knowledge of and skills in the use of a broad range of electronic resources and services, and the Internet
  • Knowledge of initiatives and trends related to research in the field of music and to the evolving scholarly communication landscapes
  • Knowledge of at least one modern European language
  • Demonstrated commitment to providing highly responsive public service in a rapidly changing environment
  • Ability to facilitate and adapt to change, and balance varied responsibilities
  • Demonstrated analytic skills and problem-solving skills
  • Ability to work independently and to contribute positively to a collegial team environment
  • Demonstrated ability to provide leadership, manage change, and to view issues from a library-wide perspective
  • Ability and interest in fulfilling the university’s requirements for reappointment, promotion and tenure. Commitment to professional growth and development
  • Graduate degree in music or related field
  • Demonstrated accomplishments with the application of information technologies to serving the needs of users
  • Demonstrated ability in classroom teaching
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Instruction Librarian Resume Examples & Samples

  • Assist with providing face-to-face instruction for the UCCS Writing Program and Gateway courses
  • Assist in the development of online learning materials, i.e. Libguides, videos, tutorials
  • Serve as liaison to one or more academic units, providing collection development, library instruction and research assistance
  • Provide reference service 6-12 hours weekly including nights and weekends
  • Participate in the development of policies, procedures, and goals for instructional and research services
  • Collection development responsibilities for the Kraemer Intergenerational fund
  • Maintain inventory, access, and organization of the Intergeneration Foundation archives located within University Archives in the library
  • Develop activities to promote the Intergenerational collection and Intergeneration Month in October
  • Participate in the development of library-wide policies, procedures, and goals
  • Serve on committees, submit reports, and undertake special projects as specified by the Faculty Director of Instructional and Research Services or the Library Dean
  • Serve on library, campus, university, and professional committees
  • Experience/coursework in library instruction and reference services
  • Experience with emerging technologies in the library environment
  • Experience with graphic and video design software, and other multimedia tools
  • Ability to work successfully with an ethnically and culturally diverse campus community. Strong customer service attitude
  • Ability to work collaboratively and independently in a constantly changing environment
  • Ability to learn and apply emerging trends and technologies in library instruction and reference service
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Librarian Resume Examples & Samples

  • Provide recommendations to the customer as to storage conversion and retrieval of existing documentation to electronic format
  • Manage daily operation of Information Center
  • Conduct on-line document reference service
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Phrase Librarian Resume Examples & Samples

  • Applies Good Manufacturing Principles in all areas of responsibility
  • Demonstrates and drives the Thermo Fisher values – Integrity, Intensity, Involvement and Innovation (The Four I’s)
  • Understands and can train on all Clintrak programs (ie; Clintrak Central, Adobe Acrobat, and ATLAS.)
  • Understands the criticality of a client-specific profile so jobs are set up consistently and correctly as requested from the client
  • Is aware of all job timelines or target dates and has the ability to troubleshoot and resolve timeline issues that may arise
  • Coordinates all translation work with the external translation partner
  • Primary point of responsibility for any ATLAS phrase library maintenance/approvals
  • Verify externally printed labels and receive into internal system
  • Manages communications to labs, quality groups and CMO’s for FPK
  • Receives results (from client lab submission or 3rd party lab systems) and submits client
  • Receives sample submissions from CMO’s with forms and multifill diagrams
  • Enters samples into sample submission system as provided by client
  • Delivers samples to labs
  • Must possess basic to intermediate computer skills
  • Conducts all activities in a safe and efficient manner
  • Must be accurate and attentive to details
  • Must have excellent organization skills
  • Other duties may be assigned to meet business needs
  • Professionally manage frequent discussions with client on project details and updates
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Senior Librarian Resume Examples & Samples

  • Advanced degree in information (MI or equivalent) from an accredited program, or Masters (MBA) in business or economics
  • Undergraduate degree in a finance related discipline (economics, business or finance preferred)
  • Minimum 3 years’ experience working in a research environment providing business, economics, legal or financial information (preferably in investment banking, asset management, professional services, or consulting)
  • Strong research and analytical skills. Tenacity to source and identify highly relevant information and to synthesize findings. An independent thinker who can aggregate content from multiple sources and create customized products for users
  • Ability to handle a heavy workload and prioritize, problem solve, respond quickly to requests, exhibiting creative, analytical, evaluative, and interpretive thought processes
  • Deep domain knowledge, including knowledge of search techniques and database content for business, economics, finance, legal and energy resources (including expert knowledge of Factiva, Capital IQ, Haver, Thomson databases, Preqin, EBSCO, BMI and EIU)
  • Rigorous attention to detail and approach to research, analysis and written materials
  • Commitment to professional development and continuous learning
  • Ability to think critically and broadly, applying innovative and proactive consideration in research. Applies a creative, analytical and innovative approach to problem solving and sourcing information
  • Strong written and oral communication skills and the ability to effectively develop and communicate analysis, views, and strategies to a range of seniority levels
  • Demonstrated ability to develop and foster strong relationships and work collaboratively with peers and internal business partners. Proactively identifies opportunities for collaboration
  • Flexibility to adapt to shifting priorities, coupled with a sense of urgency and an ability to take ownership of an issue until it is resolved
  • Fit with CPPIB values will be given the highest importance. Specifically, candidates who can work well in a team environment with a high degree of professionalism and who exemplify our Guiding Principles of Integrity, Partnership, and High Performance
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Manuscripts & Archives Librarian Resume Examples & Samples

  • ALA accredited MLS or ALA-recognized foreign equivalent
  • Experience with archival processing (appraisal, arrangement, description, etc.) in an automated/digital environment
  • Demonstrated knowledge of current archival theory and practice
  • Demonstrated familiarity with DACS, EAD, LCTGM and other related standards
  • Excellent organizational skills, including ability to manage complex priorities, meet deadlines, and exercise sound judgement
  • Knowledge of metadata and intellectual control in context of manuscripts and archives; and
  • Experience in special collections environment in a university setting
  • Experience with multiple formats, including textual, visual, audio, both analog and digital
  • Familiarity with preservation and conservation issues and practices
  • Demonstrated aptitude for accurate and detail-oriented work
  • Additional graduate degree in a relevant discipline; and
  • Grants writing experience
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Librarian Resume Examples & Samples

  • Identifies and provides outreach services to Mayo Clinic health professionals and students
  • Plans outreach activities to improve access to information that will enhance healthcare professionals' ability to provide excellent evidence-based care
  • Meets clients for face-to-face sessions and offers instruction via Mayo’s video-conference system
  • Collaborates with College of Medicine faculty to equip medical students with an understanding of resources for evidence-based practice and strategies for professional growth beyond the university environment
  • Designs and develops programs to teach effective, efficient use of library resources, research skills, and library services, including preparation and delivery of formal and informal presentations to groups or individuals
  • Publicizes library resources, services and programs to users. Develops and implements appropriate strategies for outreach to library patrons
  • Contributes to the library's outreach, research assistance, and instructional efforts
  • Maintains current awareness of health sciences library trends, evidence-based medicine, and library outreach by reading professional literature, participating in professional organizations and committees, and attending workshops, institutes, seminars, and conferences
  • Shares with library colleagues and department faculty and staff relevant knowledge gained from professional activities
  • May conduct research for publications and presentations in areas of health sciences librarianship, evidence-based medicine, outreach and related subjects
  • Occasional travel and evening/weekend hours may be required
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Eresources & Serial Librarian Resume Examples & Samples

  • Taking the lead role in acquiring and providing access to electronic resources
  • Taking the lead role in maintaining the current serials collections
  • Identifying emerging trends and technologies in e-resources management
  • Assisting with interlibrary loan activities and with cataloging books using NLM
  • Assisting clients with accessing computer-based information
  • Promoting a culture of information literacy
  • Bachelor’s in Library Science, Information Science, Computer Science, English, or other qualified program required
  • ALA accredited Master’s degree in Library Science, English, Education, or Information Science required
  • At least one year’s related experience in specialized or academic libraries required
  • Demonstrated experience with issues and practices involved in the acquisition and maintenance of print serials and e-resource collections
  • Expertise and experience with library systems and e-resources such as DOCLINE, EBSCO, and PubMed
  • Proficiency with databases
  • Proficiency with Microsoft Office products
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Supervisory Librarian Resume Examples & Samples

  • Five years of librarian experience with three years supervisory/lead experience
  • Masters in Library Science from ALA accredited program
  • Demonstrated strong project management skills
  • Ability to manage a diverse team
  • Familiarity with general library collection maintenance activities (inventory, weeding, acquisitions, shelving)
  • Experience providing reference services
  • Familiarity with cataloging, cataloging standards (LCSH, MARC, RDA, AACR2), and OCLC WorldShare products is a plus
  • Experience providing reference services in the sciences (environmental science, life science, public health, or related field) is a plus
  • US Citizenship or US Permanent Resident status and the ability to pass a government sponsored background investigation
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Librarian Resume Examples & Samples

  • Maintains a working knowledge of specialized expertise and is able to seek, interpret, and apply professional advice when needed
  • Demonstrates understanding of concepts such as rarity, scarcity, age, physical and intrinsic characteristics, condition, market value, historical and cultural significance, and teaching and research value so as to prioritize work in the Special Collections and to identify materials appropriate for the collection
  • Master’s degree in the history of medicine, classics, library or information science, or other appropriate degree or equivalent experience
  • Strong ability to think and act strategically, and demonstrated success at bringing concepts to realization while meeting deadlines
  • Demonstrated ability to work independently and collaboratively with a diverse population of faculty/staff, students, and colleagues
  • Command of special collections topics, as described in the duties above
  • Demonstrated experience with collections and exhibits
  • Excellent written and oral communication skills; demonstrated ability to communicate effectively both in person and virtually using a variety of media and technologies
  • Project or team leadership responsibilities
  • Research, writing, and editing experience
  • Demonstrated experience providing instructional and reference services including the creation of online tutorials, surveys, or guides
  • Demonstrated ability to work creatively, independently, and collaboratively
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Librarian Resume Examples & Samples

  • BA or BS degree and 2 to 5 years of related experience
  • Possess TS/SCI Poly
  • Experience in cataloging and document management work
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Dcgs-a Family of Systems Configuration Management Librarian Resume Examples & Samples

  • A bachelor's degree and 1.5 years of professional work experience (or 5.5 years’ experience in place of a degree) is required
  • Demonstrated experience with digital Knowledge Management (e.g., MS SharePoint, CML, others) as a power user
  • Demonstrated experience with task / workflow management (e.g., Project Forge, Visio, MS Project) as a power user
  • Demonstrated ability in writing and implementing technical instructions and plans (e.g., Configuration Management Library Plans (CMP) and Standard Operating Procedures SOP)
  • Power user in MS Word and Excel (e.g., word doc merges, csv export into excel, excel formulas / filtering)
  • Expert communication skills; able to coordinate, collect, assimilate and share information gathered from technical and non-technical personnel
  • A self-starter, willing to work independently and take complete ownership of complex problems
  • Active TS-SCI Clearance
  • Demonstrated experience in Configuration Management of a DoD system. Highly prefer experience with DCGS-A systems
  • Demonstrated experience using Source Code Repositories and automated control programs (e.g., GIT, Subversion, MS Team foundation server) at the familiarization level
  • Currently active CM certification (e.g., CMIIC Comprehensive Certified Professional or CICM Certified International Configuration Manager)
  • Currently active process improvement certification (e.g., Certified CMMI Associate, Lean Six Sigma Green Belt or above, PMI PMP, ITIL, etc.)
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Ecad Librarian Resume Examples & Samples

  • Bachelor’s degree in Electrical Engineering or equivalent
  • A minimum of 3 years’ experience as a full time ECAD Librarian
  • Experience with the use of Mentor Graphics tool suites
  • Experience with Mentor Graphics Data Management System (DMS, xDM), Library Management System (LMS) and other related library tools
  • Good written, verbal and interpersonal communication skills
  • Proficient with Microsoft products
  • U. S. citizen
  • Experience developing and maintaining a PCB CAD library: Part data, schematic symbols and PCB footprints
  • Working knowledge of IPC-7351, MIL-STD-1835, JESD30 and related library standards
  • Mentor Graphics Expedition version 7.9.5 or higher
  • Experience resolving Expedition Enterprise design problems
  • Experience assisting Engineering schematic capture and PCB design end users
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Research Librarian Resume Examples & Samples

  • Ability to change direction in response to a fluctuating work environment, while working efficiently and effectively
  • Strong interpersonal skills with the ability to work independently and as an effective team member
  • Aptitude for and willingness to learn new systems and processes
  • Ability to troubleshoot challenges self-sufficiently
  • Proactive nature with the capacity to take initiative by asking questions, making proposals, and taking responsibly
  • A positive and resilient attitude, persistent problem solving skills, and a strong sense of responsibility and accountability
  • Self-starter who is comfortable with ambiguity
  • Strong work ethic and ability to prioritize multiple tasks and follow through in a timely manner
  • Master of Library Science from an ALA-accredited program with at least 1 year post-Masters work experience
  • Excellent listening, verbal and written communication skills
  • Advanced skills in Excel and PowerPoint
  • Prior experience working in an academic or special library setting providing in-depth research
  • Experience using LexisNexis or Proquest Dialog
  • Public speaking or training experience
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Children s Librarian Resume Examples & Samples

  • Guides children and teens in the use of library facilities, e.g., on-line catalog, card catalog, automated reference sources and reference collections, how to locate titles, etc., as well as how to use books themselves (i.e., table of contents, indexes, footnotes, etc.)
  • Assists patrons in person and by telephone in finding and interpreting materials; encourages pursuit of information beyond the general reference sources; assists patrons in locating materials suitable to a specific child’s needs from overall knowledge of the collection and of reading/interest levels; explains the resources and services of the D.C. Public library system
  • Recommends materials to encourage children and teens to develop interests through reading relying on a broad knowledge of literature resources, authorities in the fields of history, science, literature, biography, travel, etc.; may suggest specific titles from the young adult or adult collections to meet an individual child’s needs; advises parents and other adults in developing reading programs for the individual child
  • Develops and maintains a basic collection of children’s and teen literature in order to meet the diverse needs of children’s and teens selecting titles suitable for branch, division, etc., taking into consideration the social, economic and cultural ranges of the community served, school requirements and needs of patrons specializing in children’s and teen literature. Recommends titles to be withdrawn using reference tools and guides
  • Reviews new titles under consideration for purchase; writes annotations, noting merit, need for material, comparison with present holdings, and recommends purchase or rejection; participates in group review of controversial titles as part of in-service training of new librarians
  • Develops data to indicate community needs and patterns of use, e.g., achievement levels in schools, number of young children, children, teens bused-in
  • Develops services and programs to introduce books and to motivate children and teens to read, e.g. picture book hours, story hours, class visits, workshops, seminars, etc., using a variety of media
  • Maintains contacts with all area public, private, and parochial schools, nursery schools, and organizations working with children and teens. Seeks out community activities and participates in order to create interest in and promote use of library faculties by distributing reading lists, setting up reading clubs, publicizing programs, promoting books, etc.; as assigned, speaks to college classes and students of children’s and teen literature, demonstrating the use of books and techniques to stimulate and guide children and teens to become readers
  • Attends in-service training and participates in workshops, meetings, seminars, etc., directly related to professional development. Stays abreast of professional literature, developments in children’s and teen literature, and with current events
  • Prepares topical displays appropriate to the needs and interests of children and teens
  • Recommends subjects for lists and titles for inclusion
  • Provides temporary coverage for adult service in branches/division, as assigned
  • Professional knowledge of the theories, objectives, principles, and techniques of librarianship gained by successful completion of relevant graduate study, i.e., a Master’s Degree in Library Science, which provides skill in carrying out assignments
  • Professional knowledge of reference tools and skills in their use
  • Knowledge of the educational, vocational, cultural, and general reading interests of the community served
  • Tact in dealing with the clientele and insight in grasping the intent of questions
  • Ability to work with others at various levels
  • Ability to plan and organize work
  • General knowledge of program development and implementation
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Medical Librarian Resume Examples & Samples

  • Provides advanced reference assistance to assist patrons' choice and use of resources appropriate to their needs
  • Researches complicated inquiries and provides appropriate responses, including customized bibliographies and information packets
  • Utilizes familiarity with the content, organization, selection, and appropriate application of resources including databases such as MEDLINE (and the MeSH vocabulary), Web of Science, OhioLINK databases, and the Internet
  • Guides users to appropriate sources of information and manages the delivery of requested materials
  • Provides advanced professional library services in one or more of the following areas: identification, location, retrieval, and delivery of relevant information sources such as the selection, development, organization, and management of library collections
  • Orients, educates, and trains library users in effective use of appropriate library resources and services
  • Publicizes and manages the organization of library resources, services, and programs
  • Maintains accurate records of the library's materials and resources, and presenting this information through appropriate interfaces
  • Maintains quality and integrity of CCF holdings information in one or more of the following: library's catalog (using the Innovative Interfaces integrated library automation system); electronic journal management software (such as Serials Solution and ArticleLinker); regional and national holdings lists (e.g. OhioLINK, OCLC, Serhold)
  • Upholds the quality and comprehensiveness of Author Database, using bibliographic management software such as Reference Manager and Reworks, portals for electronic resources, library's web site for the presentation of all of these resources
  • Manages library resources and the physical management of the collections, including appropriate space planning
  • Selects library resources appropriate for the support of the CCF mission
  • Selects subject expertise and familiarity with programs and usage patterns in monitoring professional literature and offerings of publishers and vendors, soliciting user suggestions and evaluations, and evaluating content and audience, in order to build appropriate library collections, which includes de-selecting (weeding) materials no longer appropriate for our collection
  • Performs collection analyses and formulates collection development policies
  • Recommends budget support levels for various aspects of the library collection, and monitors expenditures to remain within budget
  • Circulates materials from our collection by using the Innovative Interfaces integrated library automation system by maintaining accurate patron records, recommending circulation policies, protecting confidentiality, and pursuing overdue materials
  • Provides copies of materials (especially copies of journal articles), from print or electronic sources, requested and delivered in a variety of ways, such as investigation, recommendation, implementation, and management of appropriate electronic request/delivery mechanisms such as ILLiad
  • Obtains requested materials through inter-library loan from a wide variety of local, regional, or national sources which Includes use of mechanisms such as Docline, OCLC, and OhioLINK's Pcirc, approving invoices for these transactions, and assuring copyright compliance
  • Provides materials requested from collections by other libraries (Docline, OCLC, OhioLINK Pcirc), including record-keeping and billing for these transactions
  • Provides input of other librarians or non-exempt workers for their performance evaluations
  • Shares responsibility for carrying the "librarian on call" pager, and negotiating requests for emergency service or after-hours library access
  • 4 years professional experience (post-MSLS) to include 2 years in medical/life sciences-related activities (reference/instruction, collection development, cataloging, e-resources)
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Liaison Librarian Resume Examples & Samples

  • Serve as the Library’s expert on the needs of the faculty and students in designated programs
  • Collect information and data both anecdotal and statistical to identify points in programs that would benefit from library instruction or intervention
  • Maintain knowledge of the evolving content of the curriculum, goals, and expected outcomes
  • Identify first courses or early courses where students need to develop information literacy skills and final or large scale research projects where students need advanced research skills
  • Identify, establish, and maintain contact (outreach) with the key stakeholders in the academic programs, academic centers, and course development
  • Identify opportunities for library content to be updated, created, and integrated into courses and programs. (course maintenance and development)
  • Networking and awareness of program structure, benchmarking with appropriate institutions and understanding program expectations
  • Develop an annual review schedule of programs to identify upgrades, outdated materials and new opportunities to support students and faculty
  • Review course scope and sequence documents and identify problems and/or needs for instruction development
  • Provide literature review consultations, and support for doctoral students
  • Complete faculty and staff research support on request
  • Develop internal training related to assigned programs and subject areas for staff librarians
  • All Liaison Librarians must be trained and involved in production of instructional pieces including assignment guides, quick answers, library labs, tutorials, videos, etc
  • Liaisons will work more specifically within their programs to develop and deliver instruction
  • Liaisons will staff in-person and virtual Residencies and develop instructional and informational materials to improve Residency-based Library experience for students and faculty
  • All Liaison Librarians will staff the reference desk
  • Subject knowledge related to Education programs bachelors through doctoral
  • Expert-level research ability in online databases
  • Experience teaching information literacy skills including the use of online databases
  • Experience in an online academic library serving students at a distance
  • Experience supporting doctoral level information literacy outcomes
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Japan Digital Scholarship Librarian Resume Examples & Samples

  • An ALA-accredited Master’s Degree in Library Science (MLS) or Library Information Science (MLIS) and/or advanced degree in relevant subject area or an equivalent combination of education and experience
  • Knowledge of Japanese Language
  • Demonstrated knowledge of Japan and Japanese Studies
  • Background in, knowledge of, and a record of achievement with digital scholarship and services, and experience with library technology, reference, instruction, and outreach services
  • Demonstrated experience in project management
  • Demonstrated knowledge of digital library standards for digitalization and metadata creation across all standard formats (text, images, moving images, audio, video, maps) and metadata domains (descriptive, technical, administrative)
  • Bilingual or near-bilingual fluency in English and Japanese strongly preferred
  • Broad knowledge of current and emerging digital resources in Japanese Studies both in English and Japanese
  • Demonstrated problem-solving and workflow-analysis skills, as well as aptitude for complex, analytical work with attention to detail and organization. Strong understanding of research methods
  • Experience with digital arts/humanities and social sciences research tools and approaches (e.g. harvest crawls, text mining, data visualization, image analysis)
  • Experience with system administration and web servers. Experience developing and troubleshooting applications using scripting, programming and database languages
  • Experience with one or more digital asset management (DAM) systems
  • Knowledge and demonstrated experience working with library XML standards
  • Self-directed and collaborative. Goal-oriented. Demonstrates ability to lead and promote change
  • Commitment to providing high-quality patron service within a flexible and continually evolving academic library environment
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Medical Librarian Resume Examples & Samples

  • Discernment of accurate medical terminology is required
  • Extensive knowledge of the principles of professional library practice and procedures and knowledge of consumer health materials and services is necessary
  • Demonstrated skill in computerized database searching and the Internet required
  • Must have excellent verbal and written communication skills and the ability to make effective presentations to professional and community groups
  • Must have the ability to supervise and assign duties to volunteer staff
  • Experience in a hospital or health sciences library setting preferred
  • Requires experience performing PubMed searches, document retrieval, and directing physicians and patients to appropriate medical resources
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Metadata Librarian Resume Examples & Samples

  • Master's degree in library science or equivalent degree from a program accredited by the American Library Association, or its appropriate equivalent in librarianship from another country, or have appropriate equivalent experience
  • Minimum of two years professional experience, preferably in an academic library
  • Knowledge of the use of cataloging principles, and an understanding of controlled vocabularies, taxonomies, and ontologies
  • Experience with manual and automated metadata creation and management
  • Working knowledge of metadata standards (e.g. MARC, Dublin Core, EAD, VRA Core, METS, MODS)
  • Working knowledge of metadata tools and systems for creating, editing, harvesting and transforming metadata (e.g. XML, XSLT, XPath, Oxygen, MarcEdit, OpenRefine, OAI-PMH)
  • Experience working with digital repository platforms and providing technical support for digital repositories and digital collections
  • Demonstrated understanding of digital library standards and best practices
  • Aptitude for complex, analytical work with an attention to detail, and the ability to manage multiple priorities and competing deadlines
  • Effective verbal and written communication skills
  • Aptitude for technology
  • Knowledge of and experience applying AACR2/RDA, MARC, LCC, LCSH
  • Experience working with Integrated Library Systems, Discovery Systems, and OCLC Connexion
  • Working knowledge of one or more structured programming languages (e.g. PHP, Perl, Python, Java)
  • Knowledge of web-based APIs
  • Experience in name authority work and disambiguation systems such as NACO, ORCID, and VIAF
  • Familiarity with linked data concepts
  • Supervisory and project management experience
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Ecad Librarian Resume Examples & Samples

  • Minimum of two years technical working knowledge of electronic components, e.g., semiconductor, passive and/or electromechanical commodities and their application
  • Familiarity and/or experience with parts data and library management as well as an understanding of electrical design process
  • Ability to produce and evaluate high quality deliverables as well as receive feedback from others on how to improve work quality on a regular basis
  • Strong written and verbal communication skills as well as strong customer interaction skills with engineers of all levels
  • Working knowledge of Windows and Unix operating systems and familiar with standard business software applications. (Word, Powerpoint, and Excel spreadsheet)
  • Ability to navigate multiple complex processes and tools
  • Ability to effectively multi-task
  • Self-starter that is comfortable with and knows when to ask questions or ask for help
  • Previous experience with Parts Standardization and technology insertion within the Design process
  • Knowledge of Mentor Data Management (DMS/xDM), Expedition Library (DXD) or other related software
  • Active electronic circuit design experience
  • General knowledge of analog and digital design and analysis and interfaces
  • Knowledge of electronics manufacturing processes
  • Mentor Graphics Expedition and/or Design Architect and circuit simulation/analysis tools (Hyperlinx, PSPICE, Analog Workbench)
  • Knowledge of component failure modes, component reliability, military specifications and standards
  • Experience with parts standardization application within the design process
  • Knowledge of component selection, screening, qualification, and derating for use in military, and aerospace flight applications
  • Understanding of IPC-7351 standard land patterns
  • Possess knowledge of electrical design process and end-user services delivery best practices and behaviors
  • Bachelor’s degree, or equivalent experience, required
  • Associates degree and 4 years related work experience in Lieu of a Bachelor's degree. ·
  • Preferred major in electrical or industrial engineering, drafting, etc
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Ecad Librarian Resume Examples & Samples

  • Minimum of one year technical working knowledge of electronic components, e.g., semiconductor, passive and/or electromechanical commodities and their application
  • Knowledge of component failure modes, component reliability, military specifications and standards. Experience with parts standardization application within the design process
  • Bachelor’s degree in engineering, math or other technical field, or equivalent experience, required
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QC Librarian Resume Examples & Samples

  • Issues and receives materials for circulation or use in library, assembles and arranges displays of books and other library materials
  • Maintains reference and circulation materials
  • Answers correspondence on special reference subjects, may compile list of library materials according to subjects or interests, and may select, order, catalog and classify materials
  • Working knowledge of an operating technical library
  • Working knowledge of aircraft maintenance management programs
  • Working knowledge of Quality Control programs, OSHA and Department of State regulations
  • Must have knowledge in areas of civilian technical and military publications ordering system
  • Ability to read, write, and interpret technical data is required
  • Must be knowledgeable in all aspects of military and civilian aviation publications, service bulletins, and technical data
  • Working knowledge of Quality Control programs, IT AR, OSHA and Department of State regulations. Must have knowledge in areas of civilian technical and military publications ordering system
  • High School Diploma or equivalent is required
  • Minimum of three (3) years of experience in operating a technical library, preferably in aviation
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Electronic Resources Librarian Resume Examples & Samples

  • Master's degree of Library Science or Master's degree of Library Information Sciences from an ALA-accredited program
  • Two years of experience working within a library setting, specifically involving electronic resources, acquisitions, and/or other related technical services duties
  • Familiarity with copyright, fair use, and other intellectual property issues as these pertain to electronic resources
  • Knowledge of trends and issues with electronic resources and a commitment to keeping current with changes, including awareness of issues of vendors, packages, aggregators, platforms, licensing, pricing models, and financial and statistical management needs
  • Excellent interpersonal, communication, analytical, organizational, and problem solving skills
  • Demonstrated ability to develop, analyze, and document procedures and work-flow
  • Demonstrated initiative, flexibility, and ability to work creatively and effectively both independently and as a team member
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Smu-librarian Resume Examples & Samples

  • Flexibility and open to change
  • Familiarity with PubMed
  • Experience with instructional technology design
  • Critically evaluate quality of educational resources
  • Commitment to outstanding public service, flexibility, initiative, creativity and enthusiasm for teaching and learning
  • Maintain effective working relationships with colleagues, students, faculty, staff, health care professionals and stakeholders
  • Excellent interpersonal and communication skills; ability to work in a highly collaborative, team-based environment
  • Ability to create effective documents and instructional content, not limited to screen shots and video capture
  • Capacity for continuous improvement of self, work processes, and a commitment to keeping current with changes to ensure professional skills remain relevant in future learning/library environments
  • Confidently presents information in a clear and engaging manner, in dealing with patrons one-on-one or groups, in formal and informal settings using appropriate graphics, animation or video
  • MLS from an ALA accredited program
  • Previous experience equivalent to two full academic years as a professional librarian in an academic or health science library
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Librarian GS Resume Examples & Samples

  • Experience planning, organizing and directing the development and execution of circulation and reference programs, policies, and procedures
  • Experience managing the circulation of all library materials
  • Experience offering seminars in information tools for specialized disciplines; compiling bibliographic publications; acting as resource librarian; preparing guides to the use of specialized resources; providing interlibrary loan services
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Librarian Resume Examples & Samples

  • Experience optimizing and operating databases
  • Experience preparing and giving presentations
  • Knowledge of material uses and properties
  • Experience with inventory tracking
  • Experience working with engineers and designers and an ability to communicate appropriately with each
  • Experience in a team work environment that is fast paced and self guided
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Metadata Librarian, Arabic Specialty Resume Examples & Samples

  • MLS combined with an academic background in Middle Eastern studies; or an advanced degree in Middle Eastern studies with an emphasis on Arabic language, literature, culture, and history
  • Strong reading knowledge of Arabic
  • Ability to Romanize Arabic according to the ALA/LC Romanization table
  • Demonstrated proficiency and familiarity with library-relevant information technology and standards, especially those related to linked data, data visualization, XML and tools for data manipulation