This position serves as MDT’s Librarian/Technology Transfer Program Specialist and is responsible for coordinating the ongoing development and administration of multiple libraries, systems, and services. The Technology Transfer Program includes the development and management of the Department’s library, conduct of peer exchanges and literature search services, and the development of newsletters, research seminars and symposia, and other outreach materials. This is a solo librarian position, including administration, technical and public services, outreach, and training. The position is responsible for providing effective planning; cataloguing and classification; access, circulation, and security; research assistance; training; and other services. The position is also responsible for coordinating ongoing budget and accounting functions of the Technology Transfer Program; developing and coordinating a range of communication and outreach activities and materials; and performing a variety of other duties as assigned. The position reports to the Research Programs Manager and does not directly supervise others.
Anchorage Public Library
Deadline: Open until filled, with first review June 16
This is a new position to APL and it is an opportunity to assist with the creation of a new website, create a more visible presence online, in order to create and curate a new dimension for our Library.
• Provide reference and reader’s advisory services to the public.
• Create content for the Anchorage Public Library website and social media channels.
• Plan and implement educational programs and training for the public and staff.
• Create and maintain community partnerships.
• Other duties and locations as assigned.
If you like quirky, Anchorage is it!
– Work with technologies such as Omeka and metadata editors to enhance access to digitized cultural heritage collections and scientific specimens.
– Design, evaluate, and adjust appropriate workflows for ingest and collection management.
– Oversee and conduct collection quality control, edit and enhance metadata, and authority control.
– Ensure new and existing collections are well organized, and collection- and item- level descriptive practices adhere to local standards and policies.
Arthrex’s Digital Asset Cataloguer serves as a curator of Arthrex’s various asset metadata and asset security, including photography, design, video, and animation. The Digital Asset Cataloguer provides support for digital asset workflows, tagging and organizing of digital assets, as well as work closely with various internal clients including creative services, digital media, and project management. The Digital Asset Cataloguer is responsible for uploading assets, troubleshooting failed imports, updating metadata and general asset maintenance. The Digital Asset Cataloguer also performs industry research to create standards for metadata as well as asset security.