The Wisconsin Historical Society is seeking a project archivist to manage the development of the Wisconsin Sound Archive. The position is 16-20 hrs per week, flexible hours (M-F only), with a pay range of $13.00-$14.50/hr.
Position Announcement: National Transportation Library (NTL) Data Fellow
Description: The NTL Data Management/Data Curation Fellows Program offers a hands-on experience with exposure to creating and evaluating data management plans, crafting data curation standard operating plans and policies, cataloging datasets for preservation, data format migration and other data services, all within the context of providing access to an entire research package which will contain data and reports, as well as networking and outreach. The selected candidate will have direct impact on new data management and curation practices for newly collected as well as legacy datasets. The DM/DC fellow will help to make transportation data more interoperable and open for reuse.
Either a graduate degree from a library/information science program accredited by the American Library Association OR the equivalent combination of education and experience in a library; an understanding of general library procedures; organizational ability. Must have excellent communication and interpersonal skills; ability to contribute to a team-oriented, collaborative environment as well as to work independently; problem solving ability; working knowledge of office productivity software; and ability to work effectively with colleagues, students, faculty and staff.
Preferred: Health sciences reference experience, including database searching; familiarity with medical vocabulary and evidence‐based practice as it relates to the literature; membership in the Academy of Health Information Professionals; experience with EndNote or a citation management software package; experience with a learning management system (LSU Health Shreveport uses Moodle)
We are accepting applications for the position of “clerk” through Friday, September 15th at 5 pm. Clerks are frontline staff responsible for checking in books, unpacking shipments of books we receive on a daily basis, and interacting with customers to help with fines and other issues that come up with customer accounts. Clerks must be friendly, detail-oriented, and willing to go the extra mile in providing the best customer service possible!