Ithaca, NY: Project Archivist (18 month with the possibility of extension), Cornell University

The Project Archivist will be responsible for the arrangement and description of approximately 230 cubic feet of records, identification and referral of items for conservation treatment as necessary, and the preparation of an EAD-encoded finding aid and other descriptive access tools. The Project Archivist will work closely with colleagues in the Library’s audiovisual digitization and preservation services units to coordinate the digitization and preservation of … Continue reading Ithaca, NY: Project Archivist (18 month with the possibility of extension), Cornell University

New York, NY: Cataloging and Metadata Librarian, CUNY

The Cataloging and Metadata Librarian will work collaboratively to provide leadership and direction in current and emerging metadata practices, serving as the library’s primary resource for MARC contributions to OCLC and the City University shared integrated library system, as well as for non-MARC metadata, structure, and standards for electronic collections and our digital Special Collections. Supporting a CUNY senior college which comprehensively collects in criminal … Continue reading New York, NY: Cataloging and Metadata Librarian, CUNY

New York, NY: Project Archivist, American Council of Learned Societies

Prepare material of the outgoing president for disposition to the Library of Congress. Conduct an appraisal of ACLS’s records, producing an inventory, assessment, and overview of processed and unprocessed material, including email records. Develop a prioritized plan for processing archival holdings. Arrange and describe those series of records identified to be a priority. Oversee disposition of duplicate materials and inactive records not needed in the … Continue reading New York, NY: Project Archivist, American Council of Learned Societies

New York, NY: Digital Asset Coordinator, Marvel Entertainment

File management and metadata cataloging for consumer products style guide assets. Maintain data sets associated style guides and licensee contracts. Collect and modify publishing artwork assets used in style guide development. Manage Brand approvals for unique licensing opportunities. Support Art Requests team by answering licensee requests for specialized artwork. Coordinate and traffic art files with outside vendors and other Marvel divisions. Help create and maintain … Continue reading New York, NY: Digital Asset Coordinator, Marvel Entertainment

New York, NY: Associate Museum Librarian, Systems, The MET, Watson Library

Oversee the maintenance of library systems, technologies, and equipment to support core library activities for staff and researchers. Explore, recommend, implement, develop and support current and emerging technologies and best practices to benefit the Libraries. Play a leading role in the development, creation, management, promotion and assessment of digital projects. Collaborate with other Museum departments and other institutions on collaborative technological and digital projects. Advise … Continue reading New York, NY: Associate Museum Librarian, Systems, The MET, Watson Library

Stony Brook, NY: Knowledge Management & Digital Assets Librarian, Stony Brook University Library

Experience in developing, preserving, and managing digital resources in a library and/or archives environment. Knowledge of digital resource management standards and best practices, such as digital capture, scanning, metadata creation, description, access, storage and preservation, and software and copyright laws. Experience with multiple metadata schema, including: MARC, Dublin Core, METS, PREMIS, RDF, and EAD. Knowledge of controlled vocabularies and thesauri, including: LCSH, LCNAF, LCCS, LCGFT, … Continue reading Stony Brook, NY: Knowledge Management & Digital Assets Librarian, Stony Brook University Library

Bronx, NY: Library Assistant – Imaging Technician (p/t), New York Botanical Garden

Create a large volume of high-quality digital images. Prepare images and gather needed metadata Ingest content and metadata into Internet Archive (IA) and Biodiversity Heritage Library (BHL). Judge and correct digital images for color balance, contrast, tonality, and density when compared to original objects, photographic prints, or transparencies. Track image production and workflow. Consistently and accurately name image files. Respond to ad-hoc image requests received … Continue reading Bronx, NY: Library Assistant – Imaging Technician (p/t), New York Botanical Garden

Clinton, NY: Digital Scholarship Librarian & Repository Manager, Hamilton College

Work collaboratively with others in LITS and across campus to support digital scholarship. Provide recommendations and expertise for current and emerging scholarship tools. (e.g. data visualization, text analysis, computational research platforms). Conduct consultations and provide instruction for students, faculty, and researchers using digital tools and computational methods.Recommend, plan, develop, implement, and configure user-facing tools and interfaces for the repository. Lead, in close collaboration with others: … Continue reading Clinton, NY: Digital Scholarship Librarian & Repository Manager, Hamilton College

Rochester, NY: Immersive Technologies Librarian, University of Rochester

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Full Time 40 hours Grade 000 Digital Scholarship Lab

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The Immersive Technologies Librarian’s primary focus is the creation of Studio X, a program and space for students, staff, and faculty to augmented, extended, mixed, and virtual reality (XR) and related technologies. The purpose of Studio X is to inspire innovative and interdisciplinary engagement, and to facilitate the development of a rich community of practice for XR, an area that is a strategic research priority at the University of Rochester. With the support of a range of collaborators within the libraries and beyond, the Immersive Technologies a Librarian designs and delivers an exploratory program that introduces students and faculty to tools, approaches, and technologies that make up XR, with an eye towards transforming coursework, inspiring new research directions, and providing support to innovative student and faculty projects. The Immersive Technologies Librarian will be part of a team designing Studio X, which is set to open in 2020, and will take on the responsibility of designing and bringing programming and support services into the space. Continue reading “Rochester, NY: Immersive Technologies Librarian, University of Rochester”