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|Company||Cal Pol Pomona - Pomona , CA|
|Position||Metadata Management Librarian|
|Close||February 28, 2018|
|Responsibilities include: implementing, monitoring, enhancing cataloging and metadata policies, standards, procedures, and workflows. This librarian will serve in a key position to support library resources and services, bridging bibliographic control activities with technical capabilities and data driven statistics; will be committed to student success, and will foster a seamless collaboration among various divisions of the Library as well as among all CSU libraries. The Metadata Management Librarian reports to the AUL for Technical Services.
Salary: Commensurate with qualifications and experience. Relocation funding may be available.
Benefits: Cal Poly Pomona Librarians enjoy faculty status and benefit from numerous services and programs offered though our Faculty Center for Professional Development and Instructional and Information Technology Division, including opportunities for training and professional development funding. The position offers a competitive compensation package that includes choices of medical, dental, and vision plan, a variety of other insurance benefits, and an excellent retirement program. Librarians accrue sixteen hours per month of vacation and eight hours per month of sick leave, and have numerous paid holidays and collective bargaining protection.
Desired Professional Attributes:
The ideal candidate will demonstrate a strong commitment to meeting the information needs of the University community; a strong customer service orientation; an ability and desire to interact effectively with students, faculty, and staff from diverse cultural backgrounds; an ability to manage multiple priorities and meet deadlines; and a willingness to take initiative in devising innovative and creative solutions. The successful candidate will be able to work effectively with students, faculty, staff, and administrators in an academic environment.
Primary Responsibilities (BAS 80%):
Provide leadership in the development and management of metadata curation and assessment
Perform original and complex contributed cataloging in all formats and in a variety of languages, applying national standards using MARC 21, RDA, AACR2r, CONSER Standards, Library of Congress Classification, Library of Congress Subject Headings and Library of Congress Rule Interpretations
Provide leadership to maximize the utilization of the integrated library system ALMA/PRIMO including systems configuration, normalization rule, jobs running, bulk import/export, data manipulation and trouble shoot
Manage, support and provide statistical analytics from ALMA/PRIMO, including report development collaborated with other librarians in and outside of campus
Provide leadership in the management of assigned BAS staff including hiring, specialized training and performance evaluation
Maintain awareness and develop implementation plans if warranted, of new technology, evolving national standards, and best practices related to metadata curation and assessment
Perform related duties as assigned
Other Responsibilities (Collection Management and Digital Resources Management 20%):
Provide support for the Collection Management Coordinator in collection acquisitions and management including data based analytics and usage and cost reviews
Provide support for the Digital Services & Technology Librarian in enhancing digital collection access/discovery, digital repository and social media initiatives
Participate in reference, instruction, and collection management in the assigned subject areas
Participate in library and university committees
ALA-accredited graduate degree in Library/Information Science or equivalent degree
Recent original and complex contributed cataloging in a variety of languages and formats experience through a bibliographic utility such as OCLC, in an academic environment
In depth knowledge of cataloging standards: MARC 21, RDA, AACR2r, CONSER Standards, Library of Congress Classification, Library of Congress Subject Headings, and Library of Congress Rule Interpretations
Recent experience and competence in using and manipulating ExLibris ALMA/PRIMO system
Demonstrated knowledge of authority work and quality control for library collections
Recent collaborative and creative activities and contributions delivered in a consortia environment
Excellent analytical, communication, proactive problem solving and project management skills
Ability to work independently and collaboratively in a culturally diverse and rapidly evolving environment
Ability to meet expectations for professional growth consistent with standards for re-appointment, promotion, and tenure
ExLibris ALMA certified
Reading knowledge of one or more non-English languages
Recent supervisory experience
Experience working with metadata standards such as Dublin Core, METS and MODS
A completed application (to be submitted via email) will consist of:
Cover letter addressing the candidate’s interest and background related to each of the qualifications listed above under required and preferred qualifications
Completed Employment Form, found at: http://www.cpp.edu/~faculty-affairs/documents/acadapplication.pdf
Contact information (including name, address, email, and phone number) for three references
In addition, please arrange for your three references to each email a signed PDF-format letter of reference to the Chair, Metadata Management Librarian Search Committee at: email@example.com. Initial screening can begin without the letters of reference, but they must be received to advance to finalist status. Official transcripts are also required of all finalists
Student Success Statement about your teaching, experiences, successes and challenges in working with a diverse student population (1 page, single-spaced)
INTERVIEWS: An on-campus interview and presentation is required for finalists as well as confirmation of degrees and proof of eligibility to work.
CLOSING DATE: This position is open until filled. First consideration will be given to applications postmarked by Feb. 28, 2018. Early response is encouraged.