Posted to IASSIST on: 2019-03-12
Employer: Federal Reserve Board
Employer URL: https://www.federalreserve.gov/
We are seeking a Metadata and Cataloging Librarian to join our staff at the Federal Reserve Board, as our subject matter expert on library and metadata standards.
The Metadata and Cataloging Librarian will join a collegial, energetic team of 16 librarians who collaborate to ensure efficient discovery and access to data and library resources. These resources help fuel the research of some of the most respected economists in the world and support the policy of the Federal Reserve.
Required: • MLS/MLIS from an ALA-accredited institution • Ability to solve problems independently or collaboratively, using sound judgment and analytical skills; ability to meet deadlines; excellent service-orientation; strong written and oral communication skills • Full-time experience in library systems, cataloging, and authority work, in a variety of formats, including monographs, electronic resources, serials, and, if possible, data assets • Mastery of original and complex copy cataloging standards and practices, such as MARC21, Dublin Core, FRBR, FRAD, RDA, AACR2-R, LCRI/LCPSs, LCSH, and LC classification schedules • Expertise in multiple types of metadata, including descriptive, structural, technical, and operational • Experience with metadata quality control, including use of automated routines for metadata maintenance • Experience working with library systems and metadata tools, including: integrated library systems (ILS); OCLC Connexion; LC’s Cataloger’s Desktop and Class Web; MarcEdit, OpenRefine; RDA Toolkit • Familiarity with emerging standards and information technologies in the metadata and electronic resources management area • Knowledge of XML and linked data technologies (e.g., XSLT, RDF, OWL, SPARQL, BIBFRAME) • Experience analyzing and remediating existing metadata to meet current standards • Basic programming skills
Desired: • Experience with institutional repository systems (e.g., OCLC CONTENTdm, Fedora, Omeka, DSpace, Dataverse, or comparable products) • Experience cataloging data assets • Familiarity with taxonomy development • SharePoint experience • Experience collecting and analyzing metrics for library services • Knowledge of economics, finance, and business • Knowledge of project management principles
Archived on: 2020-01-02