o Handle daily archival research requests for media content. o Research, screen and make available video content for Show units, Promotions, Specials, Long Form, Alternative programming, Archive sales, Digital and other units (internal and external) as requested. o Responsible for accurately logging metadata and tagging video content per CNBC logging procedures. Link to posting. Advertisements Continue reading Englewood Cliffs, NJ: Archivist, CNBC
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Application Deadline: ongoing
Rutgers University Libraries (RUL) seeks a dynamic, creative, and experienced individual to provide strategic direction and leadership in the creation and management of non-MARC metadata. This newly created position reports to the Head of Central Technical Services (CTS), and the successful candidate will serve in a department that is actively engaged in meeting evolving information organization, discovery, and access trends. In collaboration with CTS colleagues and other library units, the incumbent will create, process, and manage metadata and associated files for RUcore, Rutgers’ institutional repository. RUcore content includes scholarship deposits as mandated by the University’s Open Access policy, and special collections and archival materials that will be managed in a forthcoming ArchivesSpace application. Additionally, the successful candidate will participate in projects at the state and national level, and in grant-funded initiatives. Continue reading “New Brunswick, NJ: Metadata Librarian, Rutgers University”
The Archives Coordinator supports the work of the Assistant Archivist in maintaining the historical documents that describe the legacy of Tiffany and Co. S/he is responsible for managing the Archives’ digital asset management system and helping maintain the Archives’ paper collection. The Archives Coordinator also provides essential administrative and research support to the Assistant Archivist, such as tracking research requests, monitoring visiting researchers, and updating … Continue reading Parsippany, NJ: Archives Coordinator, Tiffany & Co.
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Responsible for the organization, development, and day-to-day operations of the Visual Resources Collection. The Visual Resources Curator collaborates with faculty in policy-making and long-range planning to ensure that the collection supports academic programs. Link to job posting. Continue reading Wayne, NJ: Curator of Visual Resources and Collection Manager, William Paterson University
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Metadata Librarian @ ProQuest
Are you excited and intrigued by the information industry? ProQuest’s market-leading products are a great opportunity to use your analytical abilities to solve puzzles and provide valuable information to students, researchers and librarians. As a Metadata Librarian, you will partner directly with ProQuest’s academic content providers to ensure that their metadata is accurately represented within Ulrichsweb (click here for more info on ulrichsweb). You will play a pivotal role in overall customer satisfaction and data integrity through effective communication with both the content provider and the Librarian user. Your contributions will help to maintain the high-level of quality that our users have come to expect of ProQuest products.
The Associate University Librarian (AUL) for Digital Services is the chief technology officer for NJIT’s two major libraries, the Robert W. Van Houten Library and the Barbara and Leonard Littman Architecture & Design Library.
Reporting to the Assistant University Archivist for Technical Services, the Digital Archivist is dedicated to the arrangement, description, and preservation of University records in both digital and analog form. The Digital Archivist’s primary focus will be to participate in the continued development and evolution of an electronic records program at the Mudd Manuscript Library. This work will include building on the current program for effective acquisition, appraisal, ingest, description, preservation, access to and security of born-digital and hybrid archival collections as well as the day-to-day management of the Library’s web archiving program. The archivist will be expected to remain current with emerging standards and professional best practices and be able to manage complex projects.