Madison, WI: Special Collections Project Archivist – UW Madison, Ebling Library

The Ebling Library seeks a person to work on a donated collection of notes, medical records, photographs, reports and more from a neuropathologist and noted author(s). The person hired will review, reorganize, analyze and describe the materials in the donated collection according to current professional archival standards, including the creation of DACS-compliant EAD finding aids and MARC records if possible. The goal is to make the approximately 150 linear feet of original documentation of all types discoverable, searchable and usable for future medical historians and others. The creation of a series of finding aids to the collection will enhance the use of the individual items of the collection.

http://jobs.hr.wisc.edu/cw/en-us/job/493679/special-collection-project-archivist

Familiarity with standard Windows software applications required.
Familiarity with online catalogs and bibliographic utilities preferred.
Experience in creating archival finding aids strongly preferred.
Knowledge of MARC cataloguing for books and archival materials preferred.
Experience with encoding finding aids into EAD preferred.
Ability to effectively work both independently and collaboratively with others.
Must successfully complete the HIPAA Privacy at UW Training course.

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