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Science Collections Librarian-14000636, Tufts

Tisch Library supports Tufts School of Arts & Sciences and the School of Engineering, providing the services and resources to assist members of the Tufts community in their teaching, learning and research. Tisch Library provides collections, expertise, and technology-rich environments to support the creation and dissemination of scholarship. The Collections department is responsible for building collections in all formats to meet the teaching and research needs of the schools. The department also provides leadership regarding the changing scholarly communications landscape and educates the community on intellectual property issues.

Responsible for collection development and management for science departments:
•    Selects materials in all formats, except videos
•    Monitors science account funds and creates annual budget allocations
•    Monitors science approval plans
•    Monitors serials holdings, both print and electronic
•    Conducts faculty outreach to science departments, working with research & instruction librarian colleagues
•    Collaborates with the librarian for engineering and the medical and veterinary libraries on joint purchases to support STEM
•    Selects science print materials for digitization
•    Develops and maintains science web pages
•    Analyses usage statistics for science resources
•    Processes sciences gifts
•    Reviews science materials in need of binding
Scholarly Communications Coordinator:
•    Designs and leads workshops on scholarly communications topics for staff, faculty and students across A,S&E, including intellectual property (authors rights, copyright/fair use) and current and emerging publishing trends
•    Provides training and current awareness service on scholarly communications topics for Tisch Library staff, including intellectual property issues related to open data, open educational materials, and digitization efforts
•    Acts as the point person for staff, faculty and student queries regarding intellectual property (authors rights, copyright/fair use)
•    Serves on the ULC Scholarly Communications Team
Gifts Coordinator:
•    Coordinates gift processing with other Collections Librarians and the Manager of Acquisitions

Special projects and other duties as assigned, including service on appropriate Tisch, ULC and BLC teams

Serve 2 hours a week on the Reference Desk


Minimum Required Experience, Education, Background, and Certifications/Licenses

•    MLS/MLIS from an ALA-accredited institution OR demonstrated equivalent through significant advanced degree, e.g., PhD, and library experience in collections

•    1-3 years collection development experience in an academic library

•    A deep understanding of the research, literature and information sources in the sciences

•    Experience with developing collections budgets and budget projections

•    Knowledge of current issues and trends in scholarly publishing and their ramifications on collections business models and licenses

•    Course work or 1-3 years experience with scholarly communication topics

•    Demonstrated collaboration skills and ability to work across organizational boundaries

Additional Preferred Experience, Education, etc. 

Graduate course work or an additional degree in the sciences

"An employee in this position must complete all appropriate background checks at the time of hire, promotion, or transfer."

Tufts University is an AA/EO employer and actively seeks candidates from diverse backgrounds. Please see the Tufts University non-discrimination statement. Tufts University non-discrimination statement.

Primary Location: United States-Massachusetts-Medford/Somerville
Job: Library
Organization: Tisch Library
Employee Status: Regular
Schedule: Full-time
Job Posting: Aug 6, 2014, 9:31:38 AM



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Archivist, Scottish Rite Masonic Museum & Library, Lexington, Massachusetts (REPOST)

The Scottish Rite Masonic Museum & Library's Van Gorden-Williams Library & Archives is seeking a full-time archivist. The successful candidate will be self-motivated and forward-thinking with a commitment to access, public service, and preservation.

Reporting to the Manager of Library & Archives, the archivist works under limited supervision with considerable latitude in the use of initiative and independent judgment. He or she is expected to uphold the highest ethical standards of a professional archivist in maintaining, preserving, and providing access to the Museum's archival collection. Although prior subject knowledge of the history of Freemasonry and fraternalism is not required, the successful candidate will be expected to gain subject knowledge on the job, with guidance from the Museum & Library's professional staff.

The archivist is responsible for all aspects of the archives collections. The archives collections are comprised of a number of important collections pertaining to Freemasonry, fraternalism, and American history, as well as the institutional archives of the Supreme Council of the Scottish Rite's Northern Masonic Jurisdiction, which date back to the 18th century; and the institutional archives of the Scottish Rite Masonic Museum & Library, which date back to its founding in 1975.


Duties and Responsibilities

Essential duties include, but are not limited to, the following:

  • Arranges, describes, and houses archival materials according to current professional standards, including the creation of finding aids and MARC records
  • Provides archival reference services for in-house staff and external researchers
  • Actively seeks new acquisitions via donation and/or purchase
  • In conjunction with the Executive Director, assists in the development of policies and procedures for the records management program for the Museum and Supreme Council
  • Maintains, updates, and implements record retention schedules for records management program
  • Maintains a thorough and up-to-date understanding of digital file formats, electronic records management, and digital sustainability practice and theory
  • Continues to inventory, prioritize, and catalog archives backlog
  • Assists with the planning, research, and organization of reading room exhibitions
  • Participates in digitization projects
  • Promotes archives collections to academic, Masonic, and other audiences through various outlets, including the Museum & Library's blog and The Northern Light, the membership magazine of the Scottish Rite's Northern Masonic Jurisdiction
  • Staffs reference desk on Saturdays of every other month
  • Recruits and supervises archives interns and volunteers as needed
  • Performs other duties as assigned/required by supervisor


Position Requirements

  • Master's Degree in library/information science from an ALA-accredited institution, or graduate degree in archival studies, or graduate degree in a related discipline with equivalent experience in archives
  • Minimum of 5 years professional archives experience, preferably in a museum or academic setting, and including experience with reference, acquisitions, and collections processing
  • Demonstrated knowledge of trends, principles, and practices in archival collections, including issues in electronic/digital archives
  • Enthusiasm for Masonic, fraternal, and American history
  • Strong and broad historical research and analysis skills; excellent attention to detail
  • Sound and effective writing skills
  • Excellent interpersonal and organizational skills evidenced by success working in a collaborative environment
  • Demonstrated commitment to ongoing professional development and growth
  • General knowledge of issues in records management, along with practical experience, or at least one course in records management
  • Strong customer-service orientation and excellent interpersonal skills
  • Strong critical thinking and problem-solving skills
  • Must be team oriented, collaborative, diplomatic, and flexible
  • Ability to regularly lift 40 lb. records storage boxes

Preferred Qualifications

  • Second Master's degree in American history or American studies
  • Subject knowledge of the history of Freemasonry and fraternalism
  • Institutional archives and/or records management experience
  • Familiarity with archival collections management systems or databases, such as ArchivesSpace
  • Knowledge of archival metadata schemas and standards, EAD, DACS
  • Familiarity with Mimsy XG collection management software
  • Reading knowledge of French


Work schedule

Position requires working Saturdays every other month: Tuesday - Saturday, 8:30-4:30

Alternating month schedule is Monday-Friday,  8:30-4:30


Salary & benefits

$40,000 to $42,000 per year.  Benefits include Medical & Dental health plan, paid vacation, and 401K plan.


About the Van Gorden-Williams Library and Archives

The Van Gorden-Williams Library and Archives is one of the premiere repositories in the United States for the study of Freemasonry and fraternalism and is one of six major Masonic libraries in the United States. It is a department within the Scottish Rite Masonic Museum & Library, an American history museum founded and supported by Scottish Rite Freemasons in the Northern Masonic Jurisdiction. The Van Gorden-Williams Library and Archives' collections reflect the Museum's scope of Freemasonry, fraternalism, and American history and supports research on the Museum's object collections, as well as the exhibitions the Museum has displayed through its nearly 40 year history.

The Archives collection, consisting of more than 2,000 cubic feet of material, is comprised of numerous collections including Masonic and fraternal regalia catalogs dating from the late 19th century, a collection of thousands of Masonic and fraternal postcards, a large collection of Masonic and fraternal membership certificates, hundreds of Masonic ritual manuscripts dating back to the 18th century, minute and ledger books of various other fraternal groups, the Galford Collection of  WWI and WWII posters, the Uys Family Collection of material pertaining to teenage hoboes in America, and the G. Edward Elwell, Jr. Collection of autographs.

Additionally, the Grand Lodge of Masons in Massachusetts has placed over 11,000 objects and documents on extended loan at the Museum as part of a joint project to catalog, preserve, and make accessible this collection. Among the archival items are approximately 200 18th-century letters, 200 photographs, and 900 Masonic certificates.


To apply, please send cover letter and resume to:


Richard V. Travis

Executive Director

Scottish Rite Masonic Museum & Library

33 Marrett Rd.

Lexington MA, 02421-5703


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Health Data Analyst, North Quincy-CWM, North Quincy MA

Located in Quincy, MA, the Office of Clinical Affairs (OCA) provides clinical leadership to MassHealth, the Massachusetts Medicaid program. This includes supporting a full range of medical management functions, such as clinical policy, prior authorization, utilization management, pharmacy, quality, clinical informatics and oral health on behalf of MassHealth programs. Working closely with MassHealth, we ensure that patients receive medically necessary, appropriate, cost-effective, quality care in compliance with state and federal regulations.


Expanding our support to MassHealth programs, we are seeking a Health Data Analyst to conduct data programming and analyses and produce all related reports. The position involves pulling raw claims and enrollment data from the MassHealth data warehouse, creating analytic files specific to individual policy questions and generating reports for OCA and MassHealth leadership. This position provides essential analytic support to fulfill state and national mandated reporting requirements. The position also plays a key role in informing MassHealth policy development.  This position will have the opportunity to enhance existing analysis and database development. In addition to designing and developing data collection instruments, databases and procedure manuals based on thorough knowledge of data files, related databases, and systems integration, you will also:


  • Design and develop data collection instruments, databases and procedure manuals based on thorough knowledge of data files, related databases, and systems integration
  • Design and implement data management and quality control procedures, including writing technical requirements and documentation of data sets
  • Participate in project meetings related to data analysis and management
  • Produce and report data analysis reports. May be required to provide tabular and graphic summaries of analyses in a form suitable for inclusion in manuscripts for publication in peer reviewed scientific journals as well as for presentation at scientific meetings
  • Conduct in-depth analysis of project data, performing computations with a high degree of independence
  • Ensure accuracy of reports by data review and resolving discrepancies internally for assigned reports
  • Provide interpretation of data to senior management
  • Provide periodic reports to management regarding status of assigned projects and recommend corrective actions when necessary.
  • Schedule, plan, coordinate, and review project activities related to data
  • Review and monitor compliance with the federal and state regulations


A Bachelor's degree in Business Administration, Statistics, or equivalent with four (4) years of experience with data management and data analysis or related experience is required with a Master's degree with two (2) or more years' experience are strongly preferred.  Demonstrated experience/skills in computer applications, especially SAS, SPSS and/or other statistical and database applications is a must, along with a demonstrated ability to research issues and resources; basic record-keeping and organizational skills.  You should also have excellent communication skills to include the demonstrated ability to write reports, journal articles and/or other technical documents and interpersonal skills necessary to interact successfully with a wide range of individuals.


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Research Support Coordinator, The Union of Concerned Scientists, Cambridge MA

Research Support Coordinator
Cambridge, MA Office

The Position
The Union of Concerned Scientists is seeking a dynamic solo librarian/information sciences professional to provide research information support and management for a science-based nonprofit organization; to facilitate research and organizational collaboration; to establish and maintain organizational clearinghouse for research information resources; to improve research efficiency and maximize research impact; and to promote and ensure good stewardship of research support resources.


  • Assess staff research needs and create a set of services in support of research information management at UCS.
  • Enhance research collaboration among scientists and analysts across programs and offices and facilitate staff collaboration.
  • Responsible for purchasing, maintaining and managing centralized electronic research and reference management tools and subscriptions. Assist in annual budget and planning for these tools and subscriptions.
  • Serve as point person for staff for electronic research tools and subscriptions and related policies and procedures, training and problem-solving.
  • Develop policies and procedures for research resources; evaluate and oversee organizational subscription and other research information resource needs;
  • Orient new staff and provide scheduled and on-demand refresher courses and trainings for existing staff on research support services at UCS. Update and maintain written introductory guide.
  • Monitor usage, needs and cost-effectiveness of electronic research tools; identify, and as appropriate, implement improvements.
  • Provide ongoing outreach to promote research and information management support services.
  • Serve as point person to enhance organizational and research collaboration tools and advise organization on information management best practices for archiving/documenting electronic files.
  • Track and bring attention to peer-reviewed publications by UCS staff; create and maintain electronic and hardcopy library of staff peer-reviewed publications.
  • Maintain and strengthen electronic and physical library.
  • Understand, improve and advocate for both general information management needs and scientists' and analysts' research support within the organization.
  • Help to develop workflows and mechanisms for repository of research data and papers to ensure the traceable accounting and sharing of research data for major UCS analyses.
  • Serve as UCS point person for the International Environmental Library Consortium.
  • Maintain professional competency in electronic research and information management tools.
  • Help to provide research information support for Executive Department leadership.

Qualifications and experience
Requires understanding of and experience with online and offline literature research, tools and sources; familiarity with scientific literature; ability to learn and train others on software, specialized search engines, databases and other electronic tools; and understanding of information management best practices. Understanding of potential of technologies to enhance services and familiarity with tools available for electronic delivery and management of information. Experience with at least two of the following is strongly preferred: LexisNexis, SharePoint, ArcGIS, Google Earth Pro, Invenio, ESBCO Discovery Service. Cataloging experience preferred and familiarity with MARC 21/MARCXML formats helpful.

Strong customer service orientation, focus on helping and understanding how people learn, and ability to prioritize competing demands a must. Self-starter with strong communication and interpersonal skills. Ability to work both independently and in collaboration. Interest in UCS mission and issue areas. Limited travel required.

Requires 3-5 years comparable and relevant library and/or tech support experience. Customer service and/or experience promoting library services highly desirable. Requires Masters in library & information science or equivalent.

At UCS, comparable training and/or experience can be substituted for degrees when appropriate.

UCS is an equal opportunity employer continually seeking to diversify its staff and to broaden opportunities for individuals from demographic groups that are historically underrepresented in the sciences and in environmental advocacy

Compensation, Hours and Location: This is a full-time position based in UCS's Cambridge, MA office. For candidates who meet all position requirements, the salary is around $47,000. UCS offers excellent benefits and a rewarding work environment. Information about the organization is available at 

To Apply: Please submit a cover letter, resume, salary requirements, how you learned about the position via email to and include "Research Support" in the subject line. Email materials in Word or PDF format only. No phone calls please. Deadline: August 25, 2014 or until filled.

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Systems Librarian for Bibliographic Services, Library Connection, Inc., Windsor CT

Library Connection, Inc., a library consortium with offices in Windsor, CT serving one academic and 29 public libraries in the Hartford area, is seeking a Systems Librarian for Bibliographic Services.  Applicants should have a broad range of library experience, with an emphasis on systems and technical services. A thorough familiarity with both the technical services and public services aspects of a modern ILS and discovery platform is required. Experience with Sierra is a plus.


Our SLBS supports our automated approach to cataloging, in which vendors supply placeholder bibliographic records for materials ordered by our libraries.  We periodically batch upgrade these records to full OCLC records.


The SLBS configures vendor profiles to generate records that meet the needs of our member libraries and our bibliographic database. The SLBS monitors the batch upgrade process for these records and is responsible for manually upgrading records that cannot be handled by batch upgrading.  He/she also supports member library staff by troubleshooting problems they encounter and by providing training, documentation, and support.


The Systems Librarian for Bibliographic Services also supports serials, acquisitions, authority control, our discovery platform, the integration into our database of bibliographic records for downloadable materials, as well as system upgrades, and the integration of new technologies into our library platform. The SLBS must have a sufficiently broad understanding of ILS systems to be able to respond to support calls for our Systems Librarian for Public Services in his absence.




Required: Master's Degree in Library Science and three years of broad experience in a number of library areas. Qualified to do original cataloging on OCLC. Strong analytical and troubleshooting skills. Experience formulating and testing  hypotheses about how computer systems process and transform information.   Strong oral and written communication skills; experience in developing documentation and end user training. Experience with Excel: loading data from reports, using pivot tables; exporting data from worksheets.


Desired: Familiarity with the current and future impact of RDA on information stored in MARC formats. Familiarity with FTP, API, and other data protocols and application interfaces. Experience with SQL. Experience with cataloging functionality in Sierra or Millennium. Experience with Serials and Acquisitions modules in ILS platforms, especially Sierra or Millennium. Experience working with vendor profiles for Baker & Taylor, Ingram, and MidWest Tapes, and with loading OverDrive records into an ILS catalog.


Equivalencies:  Applicants who do not meet the required qualifications as stated are encouraged to put in writing precisely how their background and experience prepare them for the responsibilities of this position and by providing appropriate references.


This is a full time position with a salary range starting at $55,000


Applicants should submit a resume, three references, and two samples of documentation they have developed to by noon, August 20. At least one documentation sample must be text based. The other can be text or recorded. Note: Library Connection is anxious to fill this position as quickly as possible. Applicants should indicate in their cover letter whether they can be available for an interview on September 3. The selected candidate will be subject to a background check.    Library Connection, Inc. is an equal opportunity employer.







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Rights Manager - Production & Business Affairs, Nova (PBS), Boston MA

Department Overview
For more than forty years, NOVA has been unrivaled in bringing authoritative, innovative, and entertaining science documentaries to television. Seen in more than 100 countries, NOVA is the most watched science television series in the world and the most watched documentary series on PBS.

Position Overview
Under the supervision of the Managing Director, the Rights Manager is responsible for monitoring and managing the day-to-day progress of production deliverables in compliance with contractual terms and conditions. Responsibilities include, but are not limited to:

• Work closely with production teams to obtain and document all program and paper materials for NOVA programming and digital products.

• Coordinate and monitor rights clearances. Assist with troubleshooting, as required.

• Work closely with administrative, editorial, post-production, legal, and media library teams. Coordinate required WGBH legal department and media library staff approvals.

• Enter and maintain program profiles, rights status, and credit and funding obligations for all NOVA programs in the Production InfoManager Database and on the NOVA server.

• Work with Managing Director to review expired programs, and determine feasibility and cost to renew. Prepare and monitor re-ups for broadcast and streaming, and inform PBS, as required.

• Coordinate copyright filings.

Skills Required
Candidates must show a demonstrated ability to work both independently and collaboratively and cultivate productive working relationships with internal and external clients. Candidates must be able to multitask, set priorities and manage deadlines in a fast-paced environment. Strong organizational, written and oral communication skills and a strict attention to detail are essential. Working knowledge of Filemaker Pro, Word, and Excel is required. Familiarity with Workday is a plus. A background in rights & clearances, library science, electronic records management, information management, or other organizational experience is preferred.

Educational Requirements
Bachelors degree is required.

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Electronic Resources Librarian, Hinckley Allen, LLP, Providence RI

Hinckley Allen, LLP  is seeking candidates for the position of Electronic Resources Librarian in our Providence Office.


Hinckley Allen is a multiservice law firm offering a full range of legal services and pragmatic business advice to regional, national and international clients, with practices including Construction, Corporate, Litigation, Real Estate, and Trusts & Estates.



§  Serve as a primary point of contact for electronic research and reference services for the firm

§  Identify and implement creative and cost effective methods for pushing information to lawyers and staff through web applications, widgets, mobile devices, and other access points

§  Promote electronic research and reference services throughout the firm with regular web-based and on-site training presentations 

§  Manage methods of user authentication for access to electronic resources, and evaluate resource usage-based feedback, usage analytics, and vendor supplied statistics

§  Establishes vendor relationships and maintain awareness of current and emerging technologies related to the development of virtual research and reference services

§  Offer support to the firm's SharePoint Intranet in collaboration with IT department

§  Participate in reference and research services, and maintain adequacy of electronic resource descriptions in the library's catalog, web pages, and Subject pathfinders

§  Shares responsibility of serials delivery and acquisitions maintenance with all members of the Library Services team

§  Assist Director of Library Services with electronic acquisitions planning for the department

§  Perform other related duties as assigned by the Director of Library Services



  •   Master's of Library Science required  
  •   Minimum of two years relevant work experience in supporting electronic resources and intranet lifecycle activities
  •   Demonstrated knowledge of SharePoint 2013
  •   Demonstrated experience resolving product and service issues with vendors
  •   Minimum of two years of experience conducting business and legal research, using research tools such as LEXISNEXIS, WESTLAW, BLOOMBERGLAW
  •   Candidate must have excellent communication skills, a professional demeanor, and an innovative mind-set



Send cover letter and resume to Carolyn Keery, Director of Library Service, Hinckley, Allen & Snyder LLP, 50 Kennedy Plaza, Suite 1500, Providence, RI 02903, , or via fax to 401-277-9600.  Deadline for applications is August 15, 2014.    Hinckley Allen is an EEO Employer/Vet/Disabled.

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Digital Collections Manager - Art History, New York University, New York NY

Position Summary: The Department of Art History (CAS) seeks a talented and qualified Digital Collections Manager. The principal duties of this position include supervision and maintenance of digital asset collections, integration of text and images into databases and assisting faculty and students with integrating digital technologies into teaching, learning and research. The candidate will manage day-to-day operations of DAH visual resources collection and coordinating ARTstor entries with Bobst Library and Institute of Fine Arts technical staff. She/he will also supervise student employees, help with planning for developing technical resources, anticipating user growth and application of development to support needs of department, including a maintenance strategy. The candidate will collaborate with the Chair, faculty and Manager of Research Collections regarding information and curriculum needs, enhance web applications to meet new demands, review all digitized images produced by student hourly employees for use in ARTstor, maintaining exact predetermined standards before uploading into Shared Shelf. Oversight of budget lines for classroom equipment.

Qualifications/Required Education: BA in Photography or Art History and Photography

Required Experience: 5 years' related experience or equivalent combination of education and experience. Must include experience working in a research collection, and training and supervising staff.

Preferred Experience: More than five years experience in a collection of similar size (450,000 images) and more than five years experience supervising staff.

Required Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities: Strong communication, organization, and interpersonal skills. Familiarity with one foreign language for cataloging and supervision purposes. Familiarity with word processing, layout, and database applications. Knowledge of MS Office suite. Proficient in HTML, web-design, Photoshop, DreamWeaver, Flash and other digital imaging software.

Preferred Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities: Understanding of databases; knowledge of database Insight.

When you come to work at New York University, it's more than just a job that awaits you. You have the opportunity to Experience Excellence.

You are joining an exciting intellectual and cultural community, one where employees - faculty and staff - come together to create a unique product: excellence in education and research. You are part of a diverse, multi-cultural and creative institution, one with a world-wide reputation as a leader in higher education. NYU is the largest private university in the United States, with 12,000 faculty and staff from all over the world and 40,000 students from all 50 states and more than 120 foreign countries. NYU offers opportunities to have an impact on a truly global level.

For more information about working at NYU and to apply for this position, visit our website at: When asked "How were you referred to NYU?", please select the appropriate source from the drop-down menu. We accept online applications only.

NYU is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer.

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Knowledge Management Analyst, Strategic Insights Group (SIG), Arnold Worldwide, Boston MA


DEPARTMENT: Strategic Insights Group

JOB TITLE: Knowledge Management Analyst

REPORTS TO: Director of Business Strategy


The Knowledge Management Analyst supports the Strategic Insights Group (SIG) at Arnold Worldwide, comprised of Business Strategy, Human Nature, Integrated Analytics, Communications Planning, and User Experience. The Knowledge Management Analyst takes ownership for and accountability of the information resources agenda at Arnold, proactively identifying ways to strengthen Arnold's research capabilities. Additionally, the Knowledge Management Analyst provides research and insights to support client projects and new business pitches in response to specific requests; captures and manages SIG research, presentations, and thought leadership through the SIG knowledge portal; and manages the group's roster of information resources and the information resources budgeting process, coordinating with Havas sister agencies when appropriate.


Knowledge Management

  • Understand and become an expert in a wide-range of information resources, proactively identifying information resources that enhance Arnold's research capabilities
  • Plan for information resources budgeting process by evaluating resources, learning about new resources and monitoring usage
  • Manage information resources budget and information resources invoicing process
  • Coordinate with Havas sister agencies on development of cross-agency contracts and information resource sharing
  • Act as a champion for information resources, proactively identifying information resources training needs, and managing information resources training program for all new hires and existing employees
  • Manage the SIG knowledge portal
  • Develop and manage process to capture key presentations and content to populate the SIG knowledge portal

Insight Development & Strategic Thinking

  • Inform new business smart starts, develop new business backgrounders, and provide news and other information regarding the new business pitch to key members of the pitch team
  • Respond to client-specific research requests from the SIG team, Digital team and Global Planning/Strategy teams, synthesizing key findings

Thought Leadership

  • Manage Economic Snapshot and From Culture to Commerce content and blog
  • Maintain the SIG Knowledge Blog
  • Provide relevant facts and case studies to support Arnold thought leadership, including Arnold On and Global Pulse

Client Management

  • Follow-up with internal clients to ensure that their questions are answered and proactively provide additional relevant information that addresses their original question

QUALIFICATIONS: Bachelor's degree required, Masters in Library Science degree from a leading library science program preferred. An ideal candidate will have 1 year of experience in a research-oriented role, be highly self-motivated, be a proactive team player, thrive in a fast-paced collaborative environment, have strong research skills, and exhibit an aptitude for finding insightful nuggets of data/information to answer key questions.

The above statements are intended to describe the general nature and level of the work being performed by a person assigned to this role. This is not an exhaustive list of all duties and responsibilities. Arnold reserves the right to amend and change responsibilities to meet business and organizational needs as necessary

We are proud to be an EEO/AA employer M/F/D/V.

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Senior Information Developer, OCLC Dublin, Dublin OH

Job Description

Discover. Innovate. Collaborate. Inform. A few words we use to describe a career at OCLC.


OCLC, a worldwide library services organization headquartered in Dublin, Ohio, is a leader in information technologies and innovative online services. With office locations around the globe, OCLC employees are dedicated to offering premier services and software to help libraries cut costs while keeping pace with the demands of our information-driven society.


An integrated member of an implementation services team, the Senior Information Developer devises, writes, and deploys information resources to support libraries that subscribe to and use OCLC products and services.


In pursuit of those key activities, the position performs blended duties across three areas:


  • Member (Customer) Support: Propose, structure, create, and deliver communication, training, and information-based solutions to support libraries and their users, worldwide, helping them reach and maintain success and satisfaction with OCLC products/services.
  • Data Collection and Analysis: Solicit, compile, interpret, and present user data regarding members' success and satisfaction, in order to achieve and maintain the quality and quantity of resources appropriate for our members and to inform product development decisions.
  • Product Implementation: Perform implementation services as part of an integrated team to establish awareness and use of information resources among OCLC members and to match the content, purpose, and promotion of those resources against OCLC product portfolios.


Additionally, this role requires close coordination with several internal departments, such as User Experience, Development, Product Management, Training, Implementation, Marketing, and Quality Assurance.


Key Responsibilities:

  • Plan, scope, schedule and architect resources (including, Documentation, Tutorials, Online Help, Training, etc.) in support of existing and new OCLC Products and Services.
  • Measure the success of information resources through Usability Testing; Surveys; Interviews; Onsite Studies; User Feedback; etc. and revise resources based on the results of these metrics.
  • Perform rigorous analyses of OCLC Products and Services (interface design, user behavior, screen text, error messages, etc.) to identify gaps in information and product functions/features.
  • Participate in Effective Use initiatives, which involve measuring the successful adoption of OCLC Products and Services by Member Libraries and then presenting broad recommendations to improve marketing, documentation, training, and product function and feature sets.
  • This person will be an assertive User Advocate, supporting his/her position with metrics or studies that demonstrate the relative effectiveness of a particular solution.
  • Thought leader in the area of library support, consistently generating innovative ideas on how OCLC can improve the quality, effectiveness, and relevancy of its information resources.
  • This person will employ a broad array of tools, techniques, and methodologies to develop the most effective solutions for Users.
  • Work to meet critical deadlines, not to a fixed work schedule.
  • Excellent written communication skills.
  • Identify documentation gaps, and spearhead efforts to fill them.
  • Strong collaborator with other cross-functional groups (i.e. assertive, proactive, forward-thinking, and flexible).
  • Demonstrate a professionalism requisite to represent OCLC when communicating with Member Libraries.


Job Requirements

  • Bachelor's Degree in Humanities field required.
  • Experience working in libraries or directly with libraries.
  • Experience producing high-quality deliverables (documents; analyses; project plans) in fast-paced, deadline-oriented environment.
  • Experience working collaboratively with several internal parties (development; product management; quality assurance; sales).
  • Superior communication skills, both written and oral.
  • Ability to think critically to solve problems.
  • Ability to proactively identify problems and opportunities to act upon them.


  • MLS or MLIS in Library and Information Science preferred.
  • Experience managing projects (managing relationships; scheduling project plans; communicating clearly and professionally).


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GIS/ Geospatial and Geography Information Specialist (Geospatial Specialist), University of Maryland Libraries, College Park MD

Title: GIS/ Geospatial and Geography Information Specialist (Geospatial Specialist)
Category: Librarian (Open Rank)
Department: Research Services
Benefits: 22 Days Annual Leave, 15 Days of Sick Leave, 3 Days Personal Leave, 15 Paid Holidays
Tuition Remission, Health, Dental, Vision, and Prescription

As the largest university library system in the Washington D.C.-Baltimore area, the University of Maryland Libraries serve more than 37,500 students and 4,200 faculty of the flagship College Park campus. The University of Maryland Libraries share the teaching, learning and research goals of the university. Its role as a key academic resource is evident in its service to the academic community and its actionable strategic plan. Recent membership in the Committee on Institutional Cooperation, a robust organization of Big Ten member institutions, is particularly meaningful to the University Libraries and will further propel the university's ascendancy in academic excellence.

Based in the Humanities and Social Sciences Librarians group within the Research Services unit, the GIS/Geospatial and Geography Information Specialist will have responsibilities for GIS/Geospatial data, and liaison services to the Department of Geographical Sciences. The librarian in this position is a forward-focused individual who will establish and grow the Libraries' GIS services program. S/he will be an expert in applying geospatial concepts and techniques to the research agendas of faculty and students, will manage the geography and maps collections, maintaining strong relationships with faculty and students in the Department of Geographical Sciences, and will enhance curricula and research innovation across the University relating to spatial and visual thinking.


  • Develop a robust GIS Program based on analysis of constituent needs through the University.
  • Actively engages and collaborates with the Department of Geographical Sciences and other units to develop a comprehensive plan for GIS services in the Libraries' Research Commons, and on campus.
  • Serves as library liaison to the Department of Geographical Sciences, which involves, but is not limited to, promoting services available through the Libraries, teaching introductory and upper level GIS workshops, and other related courses in support of the Libraries' information literacy efforts and faculty research, creating web and digital content, developing and managing print and electronic collections, providing research data management services, and overseeing the maps collection in all formats and locations.
  • Support data visualization activities by promoting techniques associated with specialized, evolving data visualization tools for spatial applications.
  • Design and deliver consulting services to faculty and students using spatial data in a wide range of units across the University, and will collaborate with units already providing GIS consulting.
  • Work closely with the Digital Programs and Initiatives, and others to increase understanding of geospatial and data issues pertaining to research and teaching throughout the Libraries and on campus at large.
  • Responsible for acquiring, developing, and curating geospatial data collections and for leveraging research software and technology resources to enhance course development and research innovation.
  • Provides general and subject-specific information and research service in person, by phone, through CHAT, IM, and by email, exploring new ways of communication and challenging existing limitations.
  • Participates in the activities of the Humanities and Social Sciences Librarians and Research Services, in library and campus committees as appropriate.
  • Participates in professional development activities.
  • Performs other duties as assigned.

Required Qualifications:

  • ALA-accredited Master's degree in Library Information Science, or
  • A Master's degree in GIS/Geography, Geology, Planning, Computer Science, or related discipline and equivalent background.
  • Knowledge of the organization of information and of scholarship in the geoscience disciplines.

· Understanding of current and emerging trends in GIS, cartography and related geographic information resources and applications.

· Excellent oral and written communication skills; excellent interpersonal skills with the ability to function independently and in groups, build and maintain relationships with partners and library staff; ability to provide exceptional service to a diverse clientele.

Preferred Qualifications:
· Strong experience with ESRI software and its applications in research and teaching.

· Ability to conduct environmental scans and reviews of faculty and student research needs.

· Demonstrated strong teaching abilities.

· Experience in or aptitude towards collection development in Geography, including in specialized formats required by the discipline.

· Ability to lead change.

· One year of library or related professional experience.

· Experience with web technologies, repository systems, or database structure, description and development.

· Familiarity with Semantic Web technologies; and collections (e.g., scholarly journals, databases, digital libraries and other formats).

· Knowledge of remote sensing, Visual Basic programming skills, understanding of and/or willingness to learn math and statistical analysis.

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Position is appointed to Librarian Faculty Ranks as established by the University System of Maryland Board of Regents. Rank at appointment is based on the successful applicant's experience and relevant credentials. For additional information, consult the following website:

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Taxonomist, Goldman Sachs, Jersey City NJ

Job Summary & Responsibilities
Operations is a dynamic, multi-faceted division that partners with all areas of the firm to deliver banking, sales and trading and asset management capabilities to clients around the world. Alongside this vital service delivery role, Operations provides essential risk management and control, preserving and enhancing the firm's assets and its reputation.

Operations span all product lines and markets, serving as internal business partners who develop the processes and controls, and help to specify the systems that deliver accuracy, timeliness and integrity to our business.

The Business Architecture and Technology Strategy team is responsible for the division's business architecture, technology strategy and capabilities design, including platforms and tools such as user developed applications, business process management tools and workflow automation technologies. Taxonomies are a key component of the division's information architecture and are currently being developed and overseen under this team's business architecture mandate.

Responsibilities to include:
• Lead efforts to design and develop taxonomies and evolve the Operations Division's ontology.
• Facilitate discovery sessions with a wide range of business and technology stakeholders.
• Evaluate existing taxonomies and knowledge sets for inclusion in Operations Division taxonomies.
• Conduct logical validation and inference analysis for new taxonomies using taxonomy management tools.
• Advocate the use of ontologies and semantic technologies within the Operations Divisions.
• Act as the Operations Division contact for Technology regarding data and functionality requirements for a taxonomy management platform.

Basic Qualifications
• Advanced degree in mathematics or philosophy with a strong emphasis on logic.
• Professional experience applying ontologies in data, artificial intelligence, or application environments.
• At least 5 years of experience in developing and managing large or multiple taxonomies and search technologies.
• Experience with developing and implementing strategies for enterprise taxonomy development and deployment.
• Experience developing and managing business-specific taxonomies, controlled vocabularies and metadata schemas for organizing information assets.
• Experience implementing taxonomies in enterprise content management systems and with taxonomy and thesauri management software.

Preferred Qualifications
• Working experience in the financial services industry.
• Strong communications abilities, especially with synthesizing and arbitrating different points of view.
• Must have strong problem solving and conceptual thinking abilities.
• Successful track record of integrating enterprise taxonomies with enterprise information systems.

Goldman Sachs is an equal employment/affirmative action employer Female/Minority/Disability/Vet.

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Content Analyst - Web Content, Acquire Media, Burlington MA

Job Description: The content analyst will have primary responsibility for the spidered (web-scraped) content in the Acquire Media product offerings. They will be trained in our proprietary tools and gain an understanding of all aspects of our content operation, from data transmission formats to delivery methods and frequency. The position requires a detail-oriented person with excellent oral and written communication skills and the ability to juggle multiple tasks and prioritize deadlines.




Research availability of online news content and identify relevant and credible content.


Manage the implementation life cycle, setting deadlines and providing scheduled milestones for software engineers


Classify news sources to our industry and subject taxonomy.


Provide content expertise to sales staff and customer account managers.




• College Degree (B.S./B.A) and 5+ years of experience as a business/technical analyst or librarian/information specialist.

• Familiarity with the software development lifecycle

• Familiarity with tools and data formats (including RSS, XML, and Text Editors)

• Experience working on multidisciplinary teams and an ability to manage small projects.

• Strong verbal and written communication skills

Salary: $52k/yr 

To apply, send your resume to

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Platform Sales Associate, Harvard University Press, Cambridge MA

Duties & Responsibilities: Reporting to the Digital Content Manager, the Platform Sales Associate (PSA) will play a critical role in identifying and engaging potential customers for digital platforms published by Harvard University Press, including the Digital Loeb Classical Library and the Digital Dictionary of American Regional English. The PSA will populate and maintain a customer database, arrange trial subscriptions, provide training, negotiate licenses, and manage ongoing customer support.


  • Become fully conversant in features and capabilities of HUP digital platforms. 
  • Proactively engages with customers to gain insight, communicate new and improved product functionality, and identify opportunities.
  • Maintains client base and corresponding retention volume by undertaking analysis, research, negotiation, and other activities that increase and solidify customer loyalty to HUP platforms.
  • Identifies, manages, and resolves issues via collaboration with internal teams such as Sales, Marketing, Editorial, and Accounting.
  • Learns and maintains proprietary Account Management System alongside external customer interaction database.
  • Provides regular internal reporting on sales completed and in-process.

Basic Qualifications: Bachelor's degree, plus at least 3 years' related experience in publishing and customer service OR library information science.

Additional Qualifications

  • Outstanding verbal communication skills; fluency in English.
  • Strong interpersonal skills, with ability to professionally interact with a diverse blend of personalities to reach resolution and maintain strong relationships.
  • Strong multi-tasking, organizational and prioritization skills, with ability to maintain professional demeanor under pressure.
  • Creative problem solver and decision maker, with enthusiasm and focus to reach positive outcomes.
  • Ability to work independently and collaboratively, making decisions based on data and good judgment and drawing on resources to support decision making when appropriate.
  • Ability to analyze, compare, evaluate, reconcile and draw meaningful conclusions and action plans from data.
  • Capacity to learn and effectively utilize Account Management System and other programs relevant to the role.
  • Advanced degree in Library Science a plus!

Complete job description available at

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Senior Publishing Technology Specialist, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge MA

Job Description

SENIOR PUBLISHING TECHNOLOGY SPECIALIST, MIT Press, to serve as the point person for evaluating and implementing new technologies and assist with developing technology strategies for the Books and Journals divisions. Will optimize the creation and distribution of eBooks, digital journal materials, and supplemental materials by managing both the integration of current systems and implementation of new technologies; help streamline and integrate each divisions' digital production and distribution infrastructure; liaise with current technology providers (e.g., Atypon and Firebrand) to ensure smooth operation; manage vendor relationships; manage metadata initiatives; assist with digitization projects; assist in training staff to use new technologies; maintain thorough documentation and interface with software development team to introduce and build upon current books and journals requirements; stay abreast of technology developments; work with stakeholders to identify and document requirements for new technology projects and platforms and with developers to codify these requirements into workable designs; and meet with potential publishing clients and explain the Press' technology approach and future direction.

Job Requirements

REQUIRED: at least five years' experience working in an academic publishing environment; working knowledge of XML, DTDs, ePub, and HTML; demonstrated ability to manage vendor relationships; ability to multitask; excellent oral and written communication skills; and ability to communicate complex technical issues to nontechnical staff and vendors. Familiarity with a broad range of technologies including content platforms, production systems, e-commerce, content management systems, manuscript cleanup systems (e.g., eXtyles), Google Analytics, web technologies, mobile reading devices, and subscription management systems preferred. Master's degree in library science or publishing also preferred, as is a general understanding of programming technologies (especially XSLT transforms). Experience working on scholarly journals a plus. Job #11312-O


MIT is an equal employment opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment and will not be discriminated against on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, national origin, veteran status, or disability.

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Records Technician, Law Firm, Boston MA

AccuFile seeks Records Technician for full-time assignment at global law firm in Boston, MA. The Records Technician will be responsible for general file production and maintenance in accordance with the firm's records information management (RIM) standards and controls. The ideal candidate will have one to two years of work experience in a legal environment, familiarity with Excel, LegalKEY or other record-keeping software, demonstrate a strong task orientation and exceptional attention to detail. Need is immediate.

Responsibilities include:

  • Maintain and retrieve files for client use as requested. Deliver files to clients within established time frames and ensure returned files are properly logged and placed back in their proper location;
  • Perform tasks associated with general file production including descriptive data entry that is accurate and consistent with firm standards into file tracking software, generation of application labels and bar codes to folders, inter-filing (by alphabetical order and sort by number);
  • Analyze existing file information to determine when new record series must be created. Verify and collect additional data from legal assistance, secretaries and clerks;
  • Prepare and organize files for storage and retrieval;
  • Assist in quality control in the file creation process to ensure compliance and consistency with departmental and firm standards;
  • Perform relief and/or project duties and responsibilities, which may include assisting with searches, file maintenance, file conversions and file inventories.


  • Two years post-secondary or records-specific training with minimum of two years of work experience in a legal environment;
  • Prior experience with Excel, LegalKEY or other record-keeping software highly desired;
  • Proactive task orientation with ability to plan and organize tasks related to file production and maintenance;
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills;
  • Demonstrated ability to meet obligations with confidentiality, integrity and sensitivity;
  •  Physical activity required including bending, reaching, lifting and prolonged periods standing. May lift and/or move up to 40 pounds.

To apply:

Please forward resume and cover letter to Kathleen Schmidt, jobs (at) accufile(dot)com.


AccuFile is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

To learn more about AccuFile's integrated research and knowledge solution, please visit

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Chinese Collection Consultant, temporary and unclassified, Memorial Hall Library, Andover MA

Definition: Under the direction of the Head of Circulation and Technical Services, manage all aspects of the Chinese Collection, including cataloging, weeding, and ordering new Chinese materials in various formats.


Essential Functions : 

Catalog all Chinese materials, including books, DVDs, CDs, and magazines, recognizing if the bibliographic record matches the material in hand. Help staff determine what needs to go on the spine label and pocket.


Order all new Chinese materials through reputable vendors and in all formats, including books, DVDs, and CDs.


Consult with the serials committee, recommending purchase of popular Chinese magazines and newspaper subscriptions.  Recommend withdrawal of serial subscriptions, when necessary.


Weed the Chinese collection using standard librarian weeding procedures (by condition or last activity date).  Be able to recognize classic Chinese authors or titles.


Collaborate with other library staff, as needed.


Minimum Qualifications:

Skills, Knowledge and Abilities


Knowledge of library operations, policies and procedures.


 Computer literacy; including but not limited to the Internet, the Evergreen ILS, Windows 7, online cataloguing, word processing software and spreadsheets, and online databases.


Ability to communicate effectively, both verbally and in writing.


Commitment to excellence in customer service.


Ability to work effectively as a member of a team.


Education and Experience:


Master's degree in Library and Information Science from an accredited ALA program preferred.


Two or more years of library experience preferred.


Any equivalent combination of education and experience accepted.


Physical Elements:


Work in an unusually busy and relatively noisy library environment.


Lift books and related library materials, no more than 40 pounds.


Walk and climb stairs on three levels.


Regularly use computer keyboard requiring eye-hand coordination and finger dexterity.


Salary: $20 per hour, non-benefited, not to exceed $2,000 for FY15

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Market Research Analyst, Chicago Area IL

Are you, or is someone you know, seeking a great opportunity to join a global Innovation team? You will have the opportunity to help shape this team and the future of the company.

Our client, a multi-national specialty chemical company serving the adhesives, graphic arts, specialty coatings, aroma chemicals and synthetic rubber industries, is seeking the right individual to: research and identify new markets, market opportunities and market trends and to focus business and technology development to drive long term business growth.  The scope of the Innovation organization includes 1) leveraging advantaged rosin availability, unique dispersion technology and usage in new markets and 2) the development of new markets, new technologies or new value offerings to deliver exceptional and sustainable growth.  This team is seeking an experienced market research expert to identify new markets, merger and acquisition prospects and joint venture opportunities. 

This position will be located either in their downtown Chicago office or in their northwest suburban location.

This Market Research Analyst will:

  • Conduct primary and secondary market research to identify new markets and trends. 
  • Apply advanced Market Research skills in developing analytics to aid decision making. 
  • Make recommendations based on these analytics to develop innovative strategies to provide exceptional growth. 
  • Identify potential opportunities for creating processes and technologies that improve the cost of doing business in chosen target markets. 
  • Make recommendations for merger and acquisition prospects and joint venture opportunities. 

Experience required:

Bachelor degree required, advanced degree preferred.

3-7 years experience in identifying sources of and collecting data as well as analyzing and interpreting it.

Experience in chemical industry strongly preferred.

If you have interest in this position, or know someone who may have interest, please contact me.

Greg Holysz
Executive Search Consultant
HCM Partners, Inc. 

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Technical Metadata Librarian, Copyright Clearance Center, Danvers MA

Job Description: The Technical Metadata Librarian will be involved in tracking and surfacing changing and emerging bibliographic metadata standards and best practices both within the Data Systems team, as well as to other CCC stakeholders. The successful candidate will be charged with the analysis, specification, testing, and maintenance of applications and processes involving CCC's bibliographic and rights databases. Represent business interests in projects, help ensure system conformity to CCC policies, procedures and standards, and provide leadership on complex projects. The successful candidate will display a sophisticated ability to understand the technologies being used and the development process. In addition, the Metadata Architect will serve as liaison between Data Systems & Services, Engineering Application Development and other CCC business units to provide technical solutions that meet user needs.


  • Serve as CCC's metadata expert, responsible for data model creation, maintenance and international standards compliance.
  • Propose business models for emerging metadata standards and fields across the organization where appropriate.
  • Track industry standards (via participation in relevant industry standard organizations and working groups), technologies and related process activities in libraries, publishing and other knowledge industries to advise CCC management on applicability to CCC's systems and products. Oversee and assist in the development of CCC's bibliographic and rights management metadata standards.
  • Lead definition and prioritization of business requirements for internal and customer-facing applications in accordance with metadata architecture and business strategy. Drive implementation of new functionality and enhancements with an eye towards industry standards. Advocate for streamlined business processes through assessment of existing practices and the development of process improvements.
  • Serve on cross-functional project teams responsible for the implementation of major business system upgrades. Collaborate with technical teams to translate business requirements into functional specifications.
  • Develop communication and training plans for system enhancements in collaboration with other business managers. Provide technical support and training for users through direct instruction, individualized training and written communication.
  • Serve as coach and mentor to other Data Systems & Services staff in the areas of business analysis, requirements specification, system functionality, bibliographic and rights metadata standards, and project management methodology.


  • At least 5 years' experience working in a publishing or library environment.
  • Proven track record in successfully leading functional project teams in a development setting.
  • Ability to absorb technical and business workflows quickly and efficiently.
  • Experience working directly with both technical and non-technical staff in a project-based setting.
  • Superior analytical and critical thinking skills. Excellent problem solving skills and attention to detail.
  • Skilled at navigating competing demands and expectations with diplomacy and skill.
  • Ability to work independently with minimal supervision.
  • Adept at establishing strong working relationships with highly technical development staff.


  • Bachelor's degree and ALA-accredited MLS or equivalent industry experience.
  • Demonstrable knowledge of metadata standards including DC, MODS, METS, MARC, ONIX, MARCXML, PBCORE.
  • Demonstrable knowledge of protocols and data models including OAI-PMH, OAI-ORE, ResourceSync, Europeana Data Model (EDM), Linked Open Data, RDF.
  • An in-depth understanding of current issues and trends in the domain of bibliographic data management and manipulation.
  • Practical experience managing all aspects of metadata creation for a digital repository, including selection and implementation of metadata standards, quality control, and crosswalking/mapping data sets.
  • Successful track record fulfilling leadership roles on project teams in environments that involve highly complex technological systems and workflows, and a rapidly changing business environment.
  • Experience with publishing and bibliographic data in a variety of formats.
  • Strong communication skills, both oral and written, with the ability to convey information to both technical and business audiences.
  • Experience working closely with Engineering resources and collaborating closely with the Engineering department to deploy technology based solutions


  • Experience working with bibliographic and content feeds
  • Experience with Agile project methodologies
  • Familiarity with one or more scripting language

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Cataloging and Acquisitions Services Librarian, Edwards Wildman Palmer LLP, Boston MA

Edwards Wildman Palmer LLP is a firm of more than 600 lawyers in 16 offices in US, Europe and Asia with more than a century of experience as business-minded legal counsel.


Visit our website at for additional information about our Firm.


We are currently seeking qualified and experienced candidates for the following position.  Candidates must submit a resume and include salary requirements to to be considered.  Edwards Wildman offers a highly competitive salary and benefits package.





Job Summary:

The Cataloging and Acquisitions Services Librarian is responsible for procuring and cataloging print and digital materials for all Firm libraries (14). Evaluates all collections for efficiency, cost-effectiveness, and relevance to the practices of the attorneys firmwide. Keeps up with changing trends in the firm's practice and coordinates with the other librarians to make sure all practice needs are met. Weeds the collections of out of date or superseded materials including periodicals.



  • Responsible for all aspects of acquisition of library materials, including pre-order searching, placing orders, claims.
  • Responsible for all aspects of collection development and the deaccessioning of library materials, in accordance with the collection development policy.
  • Orders new materials on behalf of attorneys, Marketing and other staff. Ensures proper delivery of materials to the requester.
  • Responsible for all aspects of cataloging bibliographic and authority control, including cataloging in all formats using OCLC and EOSi system. Ensures accuracy and compliance with national and local standards for bibliographic control.
  • Performs all copy and original cataloging for the library; sets guidelines for original cataloging. Maintains a library shelf list or its equivalent, and shelf reads as needed.
  • Oversees the distribution of Deskbooks and sets policies in consultation with firm's practice groups.
  • Works directly with vendors on billing problems and claims.
  • Acts as back up to Serials Librarian and Technical Services/Computer Librarian.
  • Implements and maintains an automated library circulation system to checks in, checks out, renews, and reserves materials for attorneys; and keeps circulation statistics and monthly reports.
  • Maintains Library Circulation by sending past due notices, maintaining a list of missing books and periodicals, checking attorney offices, and replacing missing books in consultation with Head of Firmwide Library Services, edits bibliographic records accordingly.
  • Manages and administers a firmwide library Circulation policy and procedures. Implements and maintains Reference Tracker and Library's FAQ page.
  • Participates in the ongoing training for EOS by attending EOS periodic web training.
  • Oversees periodic audit of Serials check-in system, claims missing materials, and updates Holdings accordingly.


  • Minimum of two years recent cataloging experience; cataloging legal materials in an academic law library preferred.
  • Experience cataloging a variety of bibliographic and physical formats including digital materials. Substantial knowledge of legal bibliography.
  • Knowledge of cataloging and classification practices and tools; experienced with one or more integrated library systems.
  • Knowledge of internationally applied cataloging standards (AACR2 and RDA); familiarity with Library of Congress subject and classification schedules; and, an understanding of how catalog data is coded and mapped through OCLC and MARC21 Bibliographic Formats to display in an automated library system.
  • Experience cataloging materials through a networked cataloging utility such as OCLC, in an integrated library system, such as EOSi.
  • Experience with continuing resources and automated check in systems.
  • Ability to train staff and prepare effective training material and other documentation.
  • Catalog maintenance experience, particularly in quality control issues related to access to library resources.
  • Excellent communication and interpersonal skills. Flexibility to work additional hours as necessary.
  • Actively participating in professional organization to stay informed on developments in cataloging and technical services.

Please note:

Only applicants meeting the above-noted experience level and skills will be contacted for an interview.

  • This position is not eligible for relocation assistance.
  • No third party or agency resumes will be accepted.


Edwards Wildman Palmer is an Equal Opportunity and Affirmative Action employer.  All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment and will not be discriminated against on the basis of disability or veteran status.

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Serials Librarian, Edwards Wildman Palmer LLP, Boston MA

Edwards Wildman Palmer LLP is a firm of more than 600 lawyers in 16 offices in US, Europe and Asia with more than a century of experience as business-minded legal counsel.


Visit our website at for additional information about our Firm.


We are currently seeking qualified and experienced candidates for the following position.  Candidates must submit a resume and include salary requirements to  to be considered.  Edwards Wildman offers a highly competitive salary and benefits package.





Job Summary:

Responsible for the control and management of continuing resources in all formats. Also responsible for quality control, and the implementation of policies and procedures that support the timely and persistent availability of continuing resources to library users.


  • Responsible for the entire set of processes for library continuations for all offices, including creating patron records in EOS.
  • Responsible for updating PubList, providing access to online library database subscriptions, managing the posting of the PubList and the A-Z List of electronic resources to Firm's intranet.
  • Assists with updating and maintaining content on the library's web site and intranet.
  • Processes the arrival and departures of all staff as pertains to serial publications, databases and checked-out library materials.
  • Prepares 'notes' and Guides for the electronic resources, as applicable, so that the staff can troubleshoot access problems for the patrons expediently.
  • Manages the quantity and quality of resources received, claims missing materials, for all formats.
  • Oversees the filers' schedules and the Boston filer's duties. Maintains schedule of filers in other offices, and ensures that they send list of items filed soon after their visit, and maintains a file folder for each of the offices; troubleshoots filing problems for filers in all offices.
  • Processes library invoices, statements and renewal notices, for Accounting;
  • Aids in the maintenance of routing lists for deskbooks. Distributes requested deskbooks and updates inventory in EOS.
  • Responsible for the reference desk newspaper collection, including retention and weeding. Removes superseded materials from the shelves and processes them accordingly.
  • Returns unwanted library materials to publishers.
  • Assumes primary responsibility for library maintenance, including supplies, facing and shelf reading.
  • Assists with inventory control by checking attorney offices for missing books, Prints book/other material labels using library software, EOS.
  • Participates in the ongoing training for EOS by attending EOS periodic web training.
  • Responsible for Lexis Westlaw usage report, collaborates with TS/Computer Librarian of Research Monitor.


  • Recent Library School graduate; law firm experience preferred.
  • Excellent organizational, interpersonal, communications and customer service skills and ability to interact effectively with all level of firm personnel.
  • Strong computer skills and familiarity with one or more integrated library systems and OCLC. Ability to simultaneously manage multiple tasks.

Please note:

Only applicants meeting the above-noted experience level and skills will be contacted for an interview.

  • This position is not eligible for relocation assistance.
  • No third party or agency resumes will be accepted.


Edwards Wildman Palmer is an Equal Opportunity and Affirmative Action employer.  All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment and will not be discriminated against on the basis of disability or veteran status.

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Librarian, Seattle Children's, Seattle WA

We invite you to bring your career to an environment where talent is rewarded and new ideas are encouraged.  At Seattle Children's, the Pacific Northwest's premier pediatric care center, you'll find a true commitment to our patients and families that reaches far beyond the bounds of clinical expertise.

Schedule: Full time

Shift: Days, M-F

Location:  Main Hospital Campus

Salary: DOE


Provide day-to-day knowledge-based reference assistance and information services for faculty, physicians, residents, staff and students in support of the mission of Seattle Children's.  Includes training and orientation of library users, circulation and cataloging functions, and the development and maintenance of book and journal collections.  As a member of the Clinical Effectiveness program, participate in the development of evidence-based clinical care resources and the design of methodologies for their creation.  Participate in ongoing library strategic planning, quality improvement initiatives, and the development of web-based educational resources.

Minimum Education and Experience:
- Master's degree from an ALA-accredited graduate school of library/information science
- At least five (5) years experience as a medical  librarian
- At least five (5) years experience with biomedical database searching
- Technical literacy in use of library technology, standard desktop and Internet applications
- Experience in interpreting information needs of users

- Member, Academy of Health Information Professionals
- Reading recognition of a foreign language

Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:
- Advanced knowledge of, and experience with, current resources, vocabularies and research techniques in the biomedical sciences, specifically in Evidence-Based Practice tenets and teaching methodologies
- Knowledge of medical terminology
- Familiarity with use of integrated library systems
- Excellent teaching and presentation skills
- Strong commitment to customer service
- Strong organizational and managerial skills
- Excellent analytical and critical thinking skills
- Excellent oral and written communication skills
- Able to develop a vision for library services and exercise leadership in its pursuit
- Able to work independently, set priorities, multitask, and display strong personal initiative
- Able to interact comfortably with a diverse community

We offer competitive pay, generous paid time off, transportation discounts, and employee reward and recognition programs.  For more information and to apply online, visit us at<> noting requisition number 14-8239. Seattle Children's is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

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Part-time Law Librarian, Law Firm, Boston MA

AccuFile seeks Part-time Law Librarian to provide coverage one to three days per week at a leading global law firm in Boston, MA.  The ideal candidate will have two to four years of experience conducting legal research, strong technical services skills, an exceptional customer service orientation and the ability to thrive in a fast-paced work environment.




Technical Services duties include:


  • Provide serials management, check-in and routing publications, processing new materials, cataloging and interlibrary loan


Research duties include:


  • Conduct cost-effective research in a wide range of areas including practice-specific areas of law, business intelligence, public records, legislative history, news and media
  • Assist with training lawyers, staff and other stakeholders on the use of web-based legal research platforms, i.e. Westlaw, LexisNexis, Bloomberg, electronic journals, on-line court dockets and legislative materials
  • Coordinate informational support for all firm practice and administrative areas.
  • Assist with outreach, marketing and the development of strategic plans




  • Master of Library and Information Science from an ALA accredited organization or other relevant advanced degree
  • Two to four years of work experience in a law firm with strong working knowledge of legal research resources and online databases
  • Strong technical services experiences
  • Possess organizational awareness, excellent communication skills and the proven ability to work independently or with a team


To apply:


Please forward resume and cover letter to Kathleen Schmidt, jobs (at) accufile (dot) com.


AccuFile is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

To learn more about AccuFile's integrated research and knowledge solution, please visit

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Rights & Photo Research Coordinator, Jones & Bartlett Learning, Burlington MA

Title: Rights & Photo Research Coordinator

Ascend Learning, LLC ( is a global leader providing online education, assessment, remediation, certification and e-learning solutions for the post-secondary academic market specifically serving the nursing, allied health, sports medicine, public safety, and the financial services industries. We publish the following types of products at present: main text print and related supplemental print and digital products, including test banks, instructors manuals, media banks, student study guides, delivered in print form, digital form (online, mobile, tablet, etc.), and via physical media, such as DVD.

Position Summary:

The Jones & Bartlett Learning Rights & Photo Research Department is a full service, in-house resource for Editorial, Production, and authors. The Rights & Photo Research Coordinator will manage a high volume of print and digital projects concurrently as they move through production, coordinating tasks to outside vendors and freelancers as necessary.

Roles & Responsibilities:

  • Track permission and research status in for a variety of projects while maintaining a high level of communication with key stakeholders in Production, Editorial, Design, and Marketing
  • Coordinate the clearance of rights and permissions on all third-party content
  • Coordinate photo/art research based on specs provided at project launch
  • Perform art creation and adaptation suggestions
  • Complete copyright risk assessment
  • Act as a resource for the projection of estimated costs associated with permissions on future products
  • Maintain meticulous image and permission records on all projects, ensure associated documentation are properly stored in digital asset management system
  • Negotiate rates, pricing, and permissions with vendors
  • Actively pursue assets that can be utilized globally within the company
Required Skills

Minimum Basic Qualifications

  • 4 year college degree or equivalent
  • 2-3 years professional experience in a relevant field
  • Familiarity with Adobe Creative Suite
  • Proficiency with MS Office Suite

Required Skills and Experience

  • Ability to prioritize and manage several projects concurrently
  • Demonstrate creative problem solving
  • Have the ability to work effectively under pressure
  • Excellent communication skills and ability to work with multiple people in a variety of functions

Preferred Qualifications

  • Experience dealing with copyright and Intellectual Property
  • Experience with databases (such as Filemaker)

Please respond with a resume and cover letter at

 Job Location: Burlington, Massachusetts, United States

Position Type: Full-Time/Regular      

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Product Manager for Collection Development, Ebsco, Ipswich MA

Ebsco is hiring a Product Manager for Collection Development. Please see description and requirements below. Applicants should submit an application online at

Position Overview

Product Manager, Collection Development

  • Responsible for all aspects of product management and planning for assigned collection development and librarian resource product lines, including H.W. Wilson Core Collection
  • Establishes goals, objectives and milestones for product lines and leads the creation of plans for EBSCO's efforts to market the product lines to library and non-library buyers
  • Ongoing maintenance and development within assigned product lines including identification of functional and content requirements and improvements
  • Oversees the collection development efforts for Core Collections and other school/public library market products (selection, evaluation, and on-going assessment)

Primary Responsibilities:

  • Works with collection development team to refine the process of recommending content, based on pre-established criteria and standard collection development parameters, to be included within the Core Collections
  • Develops business plans for products following the EIS Roadmap Methodology.
  • Acts as champion for assigned product lines
  • Contributes to product enhancements by identifying metadata and process related enhancements which align with industry projected growth and innovation
  • Becomes knowledgeable about competitive products and understands the requirements of library customers and the library market
  • Provide product expertise and help prepare communications regarding product updates related to Core Collections in support of sales and marketing efforts
  • Actively promotes the product(s) with both internal audiences (Sales and Customer Support) and external audiences (Customers)
  • Demonstrates the flexibility needed to adapt to new tasks and initiatives as they become evident and necessary, due to evolving and growing needs at EBSCO
  • Supervises collection development team and oversees the work of independent contractors engaged in the functions and activities described above, including librarian Advisory Boards and focus groups



Masters in Library and Information Science.

3-5 years experience working in libraries and/ or with library technology.

Collection development experience (1-3 years) and thorough knowledge of cataloging and classification principles and practices

Preferred Qualifications:

  • Knowledge of the publishing industry, library acquisitions and/or electronic access standards
  • Demonstrated ability to create and assess recommendations based on multiple criteria, including genre, appeal, reading level, topic, and other author-related and reader-centered attributes
  • Flexibility and the capacity to embrace change in a dynamic and evolving organization
  • Demonstrated problem-solving, work-flow analysis, and project management skills
  • Familiarity with Core Collections and Sears List of Subject Headings
  • Excellent time management and prioritization skills
  • Ability to function in a team environment and manage multiple priorities simultaneously
  • Management experience

About EBSCO Information Services: What We Offer

EBSCO Information Services (EBSCO) is the leading provider of resources for libraries worldwide including EBSCONET®, and EBSCOhost®, the world's premier for-fee online research service. Through a library of tens of thousands of full-text journals and magazines from renowned publishers, EBSCO serves the content needs of all researchers (Academic, Medical, K-12, Public Library, Corporate, Government, etc.). EBSCO is also the provider of EBSCO Discovery Service™ (EDS), which provides institutions with a fast, single search box for its entire collection. EBSCO Information Services is a division of EBSCO Industries Inc., one of the largest privately held companies in the United States.

The EBSCO Information Services headquarters is located in Ipswich, MA along the banks of the Ipswich River. We are just minutes from the MBTA train stop and provide 75% commuter rail reimbursement. EBSCO offers a competitive employee benefits package including Blue Cross Blue Shield health insurance, dental insurance, vision, short and long term disability, life insurance, and a retirement savings & profit sharing plan. Considered one of the top places to work in Massachusetts, EBSCO also offers a subsidized cafeteria, free coffee, an on-site fitness center with classes, and tuition reimbursement.

About the Product Management Department
When you join EBSCO as a Product Manager, Collection Development, you will contribute your skills to the Product Management Department in Ipswich, MA. The Product Management department develops strategies for product lines, evaluates competition, identifies revenue opportunities for products, and selects the product portfolio on EBSCOhost®. Other professionals working in this department include editors, product managers, product management analysts, royalty management specialists, contract administrators, collections management specialists, research analysts, account managers and more.

EBSCO Information Services is an Equal Opportunity Employer and does not discriminate against applicants due to race, ethnicity, gender, veteran status, or on the basis of disability or any other federal, state or local protected class.

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Information Architect, Tekzenit, Irving TX

Information Architect; direct contract to hire



Irving, TX



Your nickname is "Problem Solver". You are an information architect who knows how to get your card sort on and some say that you may be a tree-test hugger - we don't judge. You have experience in desktop, tablet and mobile across a wide range of projects, from consumer-focused websites to back-end enterprise-level lead-gen systems...and anywhere in-between. You dream in mind maps and create word clouds for fun.


While heavily leaning on traditional IA and UX strategy skillsets, you seek to closely collaborate with an extended team of Designers, Copywriters, Project Managers and Web Developers in order to get things done.


You are THE intersection between Content, User and Context.


Required Experience:

  • Demonstrated ability to make the complex simple.
  • Translate disparate needs into meaningful, action-inducing user experience frameworks.
  • Strong knowledge of user interface design processes and methodology
  • Working knowledge of User Centered Design Principles and Practices
  • Ability to plan and conduct IA related research such as card sorts and tree tests
  • Exceptional communication skills
  • Knowledge of information architecture-related software (Visio, Axure, etc.)
  • Highly organized self starter
  • Ability to make order out of chaos


Bonus Points For:

  • IA Experience with large corporations and/or large, complex web properties
  • Agile or LEAN UX experience
  • Experience in a contracting / consulting environment


Education and Experience:


  • Bachelor's degree in HCI or Library Science with a web emphasis + 4 or more years of experience in IA with web properties that contain 200+ pages


  • Master's Degree in HCI or Library Science + 2 years experience in IA with web properties that contain 200+ pages


Please include your portfolio of IA samples.


Please email all resumes to

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Clinical Information Librarian, Pennsylvania Hospital, Philadelphia PA

Pennsylvania Hospital, the nation's first hospital, founded in 1751 in Philadelphia PA, is seeking applicants for the Clinical Librarian position. Please see the brief description below and submit applications at the Penn Medicine careers website (search for keyword "librarian" in the "All Other Opportunities" category).

Position Description

The Clinical Information Librarian provides library education and information services for clinical clientele and meets information needs through direct collaboration with clinical staff as well as through the oversight of the Medical Library. Responsibilities of this role include the development of goals and priorities based upon the strategic plan of the Library and the institution, development of new programs, continuing assessment of programs, proactive service to clientele, supervision of library staff and being informed of library, Pennsylvania Hospital and UPHS system-wide information management issues.

Minimum Requirements

Master's degree in library science from an ALA accredited institution. Three years library and /or clinical experience. A thorough knowledge of the concepts of information organization, storage, retrieval, and transfer, including application of computer and other technologies to information management. Knowledge of current resources, tools, vocabulary and research techniques in the health, biomedical and/or life sciences. A strong interest in and familiarity with Evidence-Based Practice. Experience with outcome measures or performance indicators. Experience in a clinical setting.

Additional Information

At Penn Medicine, you will enjoy the camaraderie and support that you will experience at our prestigious institution. As a recipient of the Philadelphia Business journal's  healthiest employer award, we continue our commitment to help our employees maintain healthy lifestyles. We offer a comprehensive compensation and benefits program that includes one of the finest pre-paid tuition assistance programs in the region.

To apply

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Senior Digital Image Curator, History of Art Department, University of California Berkeley, Berkeley CA

About Berkeley
The University of California, Berkeley, is one of the world's most iconic teaching and research institutions. Since 1868, Berkeley has fueled a perpetual renaissance, generating unparalleled intellectual, economic and social value in California, the United States and the world. Berkeley's culture of openness, freedom and acceptance--academic and artistic, political and cultural--make it a very special place for students, faculty and staff.

Berkeley is committed to hiring and developing staff who want to work in a high performing culture that supports the outstanding work of our faculty and students. In deciding whether to apply for a staff position at Berkeley, candidates are strongly encouraged to consider the alignment of the Berkeley Workplace Culture with their potential for success at

Application Review Date

The First Review Date for this job is June 27, 2014.

Departmental Overview
The History of Art Department is an academic teaching unit currently comprised of 15 permanent faculty, 5 emeriti, 8 permanent non-academic staff, temporary and visiting instructors, approximately 40 graduate students instructors/year, 50 graduate students, and approximately 150 undergraduate majors. Approximately 2,000 students are enrolled in History of Art courses per year, including the Summer Sessions programs.

The Visual Resources Center in the History of Art Department seeks an energetic and detail-oriented individual to serve as a Senior Digital Image Curator. The position is responsible for digitizing, cataloging, archiving, and all other aspects of the department's digital image management program, under the general supervision of the Director of the unit. The Senior Image Digital Curator works closely with the faculty to determine and fulfill image needs for teaching and research. The position involves researching and acquiring images, cataloging, and supporting the teaching and research activities of the faculty, including providing support for image and permissions acquisition for scholarly publishing. It also involves technical support and training in software used for image management and presentation.

Required Qualifications
-- Bachelor's degree in Art History and/or equivalent experience
-- Demonstrated experience in a Visual Resources Library or related facility
-- Proficiency with Windows and Mac platforms; MS Office; Photoshop; databases
-- Demonstrated experience with digital imaging and presentation technologies
-- Excellent written and verbal communication skills
-- Demonstrated skills in the areas of customer service; organization and attention to detail; adapting to a work environment with frequent interruptions
-- Demonstrated ability to take initiative, solve problems, and prioritize work effectively
-- Demonstrated ability to work flexibly, independently, and collaboratively with colleagues, faculty and students in a rapidly changing service-oriented environment

Preferred Qualifications
-- Master's Degree in Art History or Library and Information Science
-- Two-three years' experience in a VRC, museum, or archive in a curatorial role
-- Reading knowledge of at least one foreign language
-- Experience with cataloging databases
-- Working knowledge of VRA Core 4.0; CCO, controlled vocabularies
-- Working knowledge of copyright issues

Salary & Benefits
Fulltime, Hiring Range: $47,792 - $74,640 depending upon experience.

For information on the comprehensive benefits package offered by the University visit:

How to Apply
Please submit your cover letter and resume as a single attachment when applying.

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Corporate Librarian / Archivist, Sasaki Associates, Watertown MA

Collaboration is one of today's biggest buzzwords--but at Sasaki, it's at the core of what we do. We see it not just as a working style, but as one of the fundamentals of innovation. We think and work beyond boundaries to make new discoveries. We are diverse, curious, strategic, and inspired.

Our practice comprises architecture, interior design, planning, urban design, landscape architecture, graphic design, and civil engineering, as well as financial planning and software development.

We are currently seeking a Librarian/Archivist to manage all operations of our small corporate design library and archives. This is a full-time position: M-F 8:30am -5:30pm.



  • Assist professionals with reference and research questions
  • Identify and acquire new library materials: books, periodicals, and digital resources
  • Manage subscriptions, including resource routing and forwarding
  • Catalogue new acquisitions and backlog in Koha ILS using Library of Congress Classification
  • Update and maintain Koha ILS through outside vendor
  • Keep current codes and standards available, weed outdated materials
  • Conduct research at Harvard University Loeb Design Library
  • Create and maintain library budget

Product Library

  • Catalogue samples and product information using CSI Masterformat
  • Maintain up-to-date vendor contact information
  • Receive, organize, and refile product materials
  • Assist designers with reference questions
  • Form and maintain relationships with representatives from product manufacturers
  • Attend product presentations
  • Work toward acquiring Health Product Declaration information for all product library materials
  • Weed product information and find appropriate donation centers


  • Archive physical project materials according to the company records retention policy
  • Catalogue all archived materials in Koha ILS
  • Schedule records destruction according to policy every January
  • Update and maintain historic list of projects
  • Process historic collection, including finding aid creation, for extensive backlog of materials
  • Provide access to archived materials to professionals and outside researchers
  • Locate digital archived materials on company server

Records Management

  • Attend Technical Quality Control Meeting, contribute to discussion
  • Update Corporate Policies and Guidelines working with the Chair of the TQC Committee
  • Work to incorporate records management into overall project management procedures


  • Be actively involved in Boston Society of Architects - Information Resource Wizards committee
  • Participate in professional development opportunities in library and archives field


  • Master's in Library and Information Science from an ALA-Accredited institution
  • Professional experience in a library or archive-setting preferred
  • Background/Education in Architecture/Art/Design a plus
To apply, please submit your resume via our career portal: 

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Director, Content Strategy, Fidelity Investments, Boston MA

Link to apply:

Director, Content Strategy - 1404089

The User Experience Design team is responsible for designing Fidelity Investments' award-winning websites, mobile applications, and internal workstations. Our 100+ person team of elite user experience professionals works collaboratively with the business and technology teams to design and deliver online experiences that enable our customers' financial success.
We are currently looking for a Content Strategy Director to join our fast-paced, entrepreneurial culture. This Director will work closely with a dedicated team on a key internal reference ecosystem and platform, providing front-line value to customer interactions. The Director will also serve as the enterprise taxonomy specialist, working with subject matter experts and committees across the organization to support content health, search, and reusability.

  • Lead and mentor a team of content strategists working on a key internal reference system
  • Establish and enforce editorial standards for decentralized content producers
  • Work closely with User Experience Director on content needs to optimize user-centric design
  • Work closely with Platform Development Director to prioritize and balance workloads between present and future state initiatives
  • Serve as primary enterprise taxonomy lead, working with multiple business units across the organization to evolve and maintain forward-thinking structures that enable efficient and effective content distribution in multiple channels
  • Guide and inform enterprise content delivery strategy
  • Set a north star for great customer experience as well as online user experience, guiding cross-functional teams toward a standard of excellence
  • Speak knowledgeably and with purposeful application to associates at all levels in the organization regarding the history, evolution, and trends in content strategy and user experience
  • Drive vision and evolution of the content strategy team and practices through concrete contributions that improve overall reach, effectiveness, and efficiency
  • Serve as a change agent within the firm, identifying enterprise obstacles and building solutions to continually improve scale and efficiency of managing content assets
  • Leverage and continue to develop standards that drive clear, consistent nomenclature for tools and applications
  • Develop, reinforce, and socialize standards, governance, and processes for content creation, maintenance, and distribution
  • Drive measurable, meaningful assessment and reporting for content life cycle health
  • Work with information architects, designers, researchers, usability specialists, and creative directors on complex projects of varying sizes
  • Define content requirements for projects based on experience, competitive research, and input from subject matter experts
  • Create compelling content that speaks to defined user personas by considering the goals, desires, and potential limitations of users
  • Champion the role of content within the team, group, and larger organization to provide business partners with user-centric, innovative online communications that meet business needs and user objectives
  • Work closely with other departments to ensure that content meets legal, compliance, SEO, accessibility, Fidelity branding, and style guide requirements
  • Serve as an active and enthusiastic member in the content strategy community

Education and Experience
  • Applicable undergraduate degree
  • Proven content strategy team leadership, including exceptional coaching and skill development
  • 10+ years of writing, marketing, design, UX experience
  • 3+ years working with content structure (taxonomy, tagging, metadata, component segmenting), and workflow needs within a complex organization
  • 3+ years of significant content management system experience, including migrations
Skills and Knowledge
  • Experience in financial services preferred
  • Familiarity with large, reference-oriented sites
  • Superior writing, editing, and proofreading skills
  • Competency with information architecture and user experience best practices
  • Conversant and comfortable in the technology space
  • Ability to understand customer needs, motivations, and behaviors and translate them into deliverable tasks
  • Proven relationship-building skills and confidence to seek answers within teams, business units, and large organizations
  • Strong presentation and negotiation skills
  • Detail-oriented and highly developed organizational skills
  • Ability to work independently, quickly, and thoroughly to prioritize and complete tasks under multiple deadlines while guiding others to do the same
  • Creativity, curiosity, imagination, and a sense of humor
Company Overview
Fidelity Investments is one of the world's largest providers of financial services. Fidelity offers investment management, retirement planning, brokerage, and human resources and benefits outsourcing services to more than 20 million individuals and institutions as well as thousands of financial intermediary firms. Fidelity is the largest mutual fund company in the United States, the No. 1 provider of workplace retirement savings plans, the largest mutual fund supermarket, a leading online brokerage firm, and one of the largest providers of custody and clearing services to financial professionals. For more information about Fidelity Investments, visit


:  Web Design

Primary Location

:  MA-Boston

Other Locations

:  NH-Merrimack, RI-Smithfield, NJ-Jersey City


:  Full-time

Job Level

:  Individual Contributor

Education Level

:  Bachelor's Degree (±16 years)

Job Type

:  Standard


:  Day Job

Overtime Status

:  Non-exempt


:  No


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Information Services Librarian, Law Firm, New York NY

AccuFile, a library professional services firm, seeks Information Services Librarian on behalf of our clients, leading global law firm in New York, NY. The Information Services Librarian will provide customized reference services on legal and non-legal topics to attorneys, paralegals, summer associates and all other stakeholders assigned to client offices and lead the Information Services training team in developing and implementing new hire orientation and continuing education programs. The successful candidate will have a keen understanding of the changing legal market and new client demand, strategic problem solving ability, a positive, client-focused service orientation and the proven ability to effectively and efficiently assist in portal development, create, access and manage knowledge networks and information including databases, integrated library systems, web and mobile applications.




  • Provide accurate, timely and cost effective reference and research services to client stakeholders in a wide range of areas including practice-specific areas of law, business intelligence, public records, legislative history, news and media
  • Design and maintains the Information Services portal pages
  • Lead the Information Services training team in developing and implementing new hire orientation and continuing education programs
  • Provide needs-based and planned training to attorneys and staff and arranges vendor training as appropriate
  • Perform library research services including current awareness in legal, business, and other disciplines utilizing print and electronic resources for firm and client matters in assigned offices. Provide summary reports and analysis of research when appropriate
  • Follows and implements the marketing strategies developed by the Information Services team to promote the department's services and resources
  • Keep abreast of new features and technologies as these changes affect legal research resources and in consultation with the Information Services Manager determine technology training needs of users through observation, discussion and needs assessment tools; provide training modules to meet those needs
  • Plan and participates in staff development sessions related to reference sources and developments in information technology\
  • Maintain a national network of peer contacts through membership in professional associations in order to ensure quick retrieval of hard-to-find information\
  • Utilize professional training and knowledge to assist the Information Services Manager with collection development recommendations
  • Bill time for research and other work associated with active client matters





  • Hold an MLIS from an ALA-accredited organization or other relevant advanced degree
  • Three to five years of relevant work experience in a law or business library with depth of knowledge using standard print and electronic legal research resources and online databases, i.e. Westlaw, LexisNexis, Bloomberg, electronic journals, on-line court dockets and legislative materials
  • Knowledge of Integrated Library Systems; experience with SirsiDynix and/or EOS a plus
  • Strong knowledge of MS Office applications and SharePoint a must
  • Proven ability to develop and deliver training modules to attorneys and staff
  • Exceptional client service orientation with flexibility to support attorneys and staff in multiple locations using various communication strategies
  • Demonstrated ability to work well with peers, thrive under pressure and act in alignment with managerial goals and objectives
  • Excellent written and oral communication skills


To apply:


Please forward resume and cover letter to Kathleen Schmidt, jobs (at) accufile (dot) com.


AccuFile is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

To learn more about AccuFile's integrated research and knowledge solution, please visit


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Search and Taxonomy Lead, Lockheed Martin, Gaithersburg MD

Req ID :
Job Code/Title :
E1273:Website Designer Sr
Job Description :
The Search and Taxonomy Lead is primarily responsible for establishing enterprise processes and guidelines for maintaining Taxonomy and Search solutions. This position will focus on enhancing internal and external search engine optimization in order to streamline the user experience in locating highly-relevant information. The successful candidate will collaborate with a diverse workforce within a matrix environment and be able to communicate effectively to solicit feedback. The Search and Taxonomy Lead to further calibrate internal search engine configurations and leverage external channels to optimize public search engines to drive traffic to mission-critical assets. This individual will maintain and monitor the dynamic taxonomy/ontology architecture for an Enterprise Content Management platform. Additionally, the Search and Taxonomy Lead must have knowledge of taxonomy management, search management, and search analytics, as well as strong communication and collaboration skills.

Basic Qualifications
-Search engine optimization 
-Google Search 
-Taxonomy Creation and management 
-Smartlogics Semantic Enhancement Suite of tools

Desired skills
-Bachelor's Degree and 5 years of experience managing websites, data, content or business processes, managing taxonomy, or contributing to quality improvement 
-Attention to Detail - is thorough when performing work and conscientious about attending to detail. 
-Customer Service - works well with clients and other vendors in achieving mission success and is committed to providing quality products and services. 
-Strong Communication Skills - be able to expresses key ideas and obtain tangible feedback from cross-functional team members and stakeholders. 
-Critical Thinking and Problem Solving - identifies risks and problems, and be able to conduct qualitative and quantitative analysis to generate and evaluate alternatives and to make recommendations.

Lockheed Martin is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, protected veteran status, or disability status.

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User Experience Designer, ACI Worldwide, Waltham MA

ACI Worldwide in Waltham, MA is seeking a User Experience Designer (Full-time, perm) to join a team of people who are passionate about UXD! 

Open to various levels of experience.


If interested, send resume/portfolio to the recruiter, Gina Friend, at If you have questions about the role, please contact L Hood at


Primary Responsibilities

  • Design and conduct field research with end-users. Turn data into actionable user and design requirements through data analysis for inclusion in the Product Requirements spec. 
  • Design and prototype information architecture/UI interaction solutions that reflect an understanding of the balance between efficiency, ease of use, user satisfaction, and business goals.
  • Produce comprehensive UX Design Specs that include detailed wireframes and concrete use cases.
  • Conduct assessment methods such as usability testing, heuristic analyses, UI reviews, complexity measures, KLM GOMS, etc. Turn data into actionable information through data analysis and formal reports. Communicate findings to x-functional teams.



  • Master's degree in Human Factors, User Experience Design, HCI, Library & Information Science, or related discipline
  • Portfolio that demonstrates skills and understanding in user centered design methodologies
  • Experience working in a high-tech in a fast-paced, multidisciplinary environment
    • 1-2 yrs for Associate level
    • 2-5 yrs for straight UXD level
    • 5-10 yrs for Senior level
  • Fundamental understanding of
    • Field research methods such as interviews, contextual inquiry, focus groups, surveys, roundtable usability testing, etc.
    • Usability testing methods, such as formative, summative, moderated, automated, remote, local, RITE, etc.
    • Persona development, task analysis, design heuristics, and use cases (abstract and concrete)
    • Information architecture concepts, conceptual design, and detail design
  • Ability to interpret product requirements from a user-centered as opposed to feature-centered perspective
  • Proficiency with standard prototyping tools such as paper, Axure, Powerpoint, Visio, etc. to create screen mockups, lo-mid fidelity prototypes, and communicate conceptual design concepts.
  • Excellent written and oral communications skills
  • Familiarity with agile development
  • Preferred:
    • Experience designing for mobile and tablet
    • Banking and payments-industry knowledge

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Temp Analyst, AMC Networks, Inc., New York NY

Any candidate interested, please apply at: Temp Analyst-Adv Platform-00519

Located: Manhattan, NYC

1. Review incoming schedules and prepare metadata as per industry and specific affiliate and platform specifications.
2. Ingest all metadata and schedule information into department's Asset Management System.
3. QC all content deliverables prior to delivery and in live status mode utilizing all available means (SlingBox, etc).
4. Assist in the implementation of the Metadata Schedule Team's responsibility in disseminating reports, data and other information internally as needed.
5. Assist Metadata Schedule Team's efforts in supporting Affiliate and Business Unit Marketing groups in Advanced Platform related promotions and initiatives.
6. Participates in special projects and performs other duties as assigned.

This position contributes to assuring all contract obligations are met as to the distribution of advanced platform programming to MSO's, Affiliates and other business partners. In addition, this position contributes to maximizing efficiencies of the workflow procedures of the Metadata Schedule Team resulting in reducing both time and direct expenses and also assuring all transactional and ad sale revenue potentials are maximized.

· Bachelor's Degree in a related field to media or communication. Masters of Library Science or Information Science is a plus.
· Minimum 1 year relevant experience in Information Management or related Advanced Platform programming and distribution management.
· Understanding of Data and Information management.
· Experience with asset management and data storage.
· Exceptional organizational and time management skills.
· Client-services experience.
· Strong written and communication skills.
· Ability to multi-task in a fast paced environment.
· Working knowledge of Microsoft Office and a basic understanding of XML & Excel generation.
· Competent and proficient understanding of platforms such as Hulu, Netflix, iTunes and Amazon.
· Second language is a plus.

Supervised by: Manager, Advanced Platform Planning & Distribution
Supervises: NA

35 hours per week
M: 11-7
Tu: 10-6
W-F: 9-5

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Various Entry Level Positions, National Library of Medicine, Bethesda MD

The National Library of Medicine (NLM), located on the National Institutes
of Health (NIH) campus, in Bethesda, Maryland is recruiting recent library
science graduates to fill entry level librarian positions. The positions
offer a unique opportunity to work at the world's largest biomedical
library, with a mission of acquiring, organizing, and disseminating the
biomedical knowledge for the benefit of the public's health.

Positions are available in:

*Web Site Development and Social Media*

·        Support site development, or new responsive web design for

·        Contribute to social media initiatives of NLM

·        Support development and maintenance of NLM web sites by assisting
with content management, usability, accessibility, information
architecture, plain language, navigation and mobile access

*Technical Services*

·        Acquire materials for the NLM collection and support the
licensing of electronic resources

·        Create and maintain serial records which serve as the underlying
data for various systems throughout NLM; provide quality assurance of NLM
serial records in local and national databases to ensure accurate journal
citations in databases such as PubMed and PMC (PubMed Central)

*Preservation; Digital Preservation*

·        Provide proper management, preservation and care of historical
and non-historical collections, including monographs, serials, archives,
manuscripts, oral histories, prints, photographs, posters, ephemera, motion
pictures, video recordings, sound recordings, and other materials

·        Participate in digital technology, digital imaging and
preservation of analog and digital formats

*Consumer Health*

·        Organize consumer health information about diseases, conditions,
and wellness, in both English and Spanish through MedlinePlus, the NLM
consumer health web site

*Data and Literature Management*

·        Design qualitative and quantitative assessments of tools and
processes used in the indexing of biomedical literature

·        Provide technical and research support for automated
(machine-assisted) indexing initiatives involving biomedical literature

·        Assist with data content review and editing of bibliographic
citations and Web pages, including HTML or XML tagging and metadata
application, to ensure data quality and consistency

·        Test and evaluate NLM search systems, including the content in
the systems and the interfaces used to access the systems

·        Participation with customer service, training and outreach
services for NLM systems, such as PubMed

*Health Services Research, Public Health and Health Information Technology*

·        Engage with the public health and health services research
communities in order to create and manage health information resources that
serve their needs

·        Support development of knowledge and information resources to
promote interoperable exchange of data and information using standardized
vocabularies and codesets, standardized survey tools and assessment
instruments,  and common data elements and measures

*Data Science and Big Data*

·        Assist with initiatives to enhance access to biomedical data sets
resulting from publicly funded research

·        Analyze and develop guidance related to emerging policies that
promote data sharing and open science

·        Participate in projects to engage science communities of practice
in standards efforts, including common data elements initiatives

Pay: GS-9 level with a pay rate of $52,146

Benefits: health insurance, and other benefits

Eligibility: Eligibility: Must have a library degree from an accredited
school; must have a cumulative GPA of 3.0 or higher; must have graduated on
or after 12/27/10 and be a citizen of the United States

Apply for NLM positions through the NIH Pathways for Recent Graduates
(Librarian) Program of USAJobs: from June 2 - June 6,

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