Reference Librarian position with Marshfield Clinic located in Marshfield, WI. This position supplies references, information user support, and instructional services to the Marshfield Clinic Health System (MCHS) community. This individual provides general, specialized, and virtual reference and research assistance to library users. The Reference Librarian participates in the library’s general and specialized instruction programs and assists MCHS staff with copyright compliance issues. Marshfield Clinic is … Continue reading Marshfield, WI; Reference Librarian, Marshfield Clinic
The Archivist for Digital Programs will be a leader and collaborative practitioner in the following programmatic areas: digital asset management, digital production, access to born-digital and digitized content, content management systems, digital forensics, and preservation of digital objects and their related systems. This position supervises digital production, including the management of workflows, benchmarks, best practices, policies, metadata schema, storage solutions, preservation, equipment, and technology.
The Digital Scholarship Librarian will facilitate and play a leading role in the Library’s digital scholarship activities, contributing towards the vision and development of forthcoming initiatives, including a center to support digital scholarship, and to provide a more cohesive and holistic service environment for scholars.
The Archives provides sales directors with the research and materials they need to facilitate the sale of artworks and the curating of exhibitions. The Press Archivist is responsible for press capture, preservation and distribution, rights and reproductions, and is involved in various aspects of catalogue production and e-communication design, including social media outreach.
This position will fabricate custom archival storage mounts for all archaeology collections. They will review and update catalog records, and capture and catalog digital reference images. They will oversee interns and volunteers assisting with the rehousing and documentation of archaeology collections. They will also work with curators to review and update catalog information, including cultural affiliation, in order to reorganize the collection by culture group in the new preservation facility.
Responsible for leading overall strategy, implementation and workflow of the Digital Asset Management system for [organization]
Acts as primary liaison between [organization] and various photo studios with regard to image names, new photography and archiving
Responsible for assigning appropriate metadata for assets to ensure accurate usage rights
Manages the Digital Asset system and facilitate the uploading of assets as well as maintaining and upgrading the system
Refinery29 is the leading digital media company for young women. Our mission is to be a catalyst for women to feel, see, and claim their power by delivering optimistic and diverse creativity, storytelling, and points of view. Focused around core values of individuality, inclusivity, and impact, we create content that speaks to 360 degrees of a woman’s life, including editorial articles, original video programming, sharable social content across a variety of platforms, and live experiences. Our content sits at the intersection of style and substance, helping our audience live a more informed and inspired life.
The Cataloguer position contributes to the production of all auction catalogues for the New York sales as well as private sales. Responsibilities include processing the consigned works of art for sale, including research and catalogue entry writing and proofing; coordination of photography, and varying duties as dictated by department.
The University of Idaho Library seeks an innovative, flexible, and highly collaborative librarian who will help promote, develop, and maintain the digital services and projects of the library and the relationships that make these services and projects possible. Reporting to the Dean, this position will work within the Data and Digital Services (DDS) department and closely collaborate with other library units such as Special Collections and Archives and User and Research Services.
The Library of Congress will hire on a temporary appointment up to four recent graduates from American Library Association-accredited master’s programs who received their degrees after December 2016 and before June 2018.
The selections will be made via a non-competitive hiring process with the start date of June 2018. The participants will be hired at the GS-9 level for an initial six-month appointment, with a possible extension of up to four more months.