Two Positions- Maryland

Position: Library Assistant
Location: Niels Bohr Library & Archives, American Institute of Physics, College Park, MD
Salary Range: 33,100 – 36,627 – 48,319

Originally posted on University of Maryland blogMLIS.

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The Niels Bohr Library & Archives, a special collection in the history of modern physics, astronomy, and allied sciences at the American Institute of Physics, seeks a Library Assistant to be responsible for assisting in library operations, including serials management, copy cataloging monographs, book preservation work, book digitization, and planning and participating in major library projects.

Essential Functions:
Tasks include maintaining serials collections, processing book donations, downloading catalog records from OCLC and performing copy cataloging, and assisting with tracking collection use. He/she will assist with book preservation and conservation, including basic book repair, ordering preservation supplies. Additional tasks include executing digitization projects and keeping library catalog records up to date.

Position: Senior Cataloging Librarian
Location: e-Management, Bethesda/White Flint, MD

Originally posted on University of Maryland blogMLIS.

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e-Management, an award-winning information technology (IT) solutions firm, is quickly emerging as a leader in leveraging IT capital to help government organizations. Through our services, we help agencies mitigate risk by planning, engineering, developing, or securing mission IT systems. We are seeing a Senior Librarian with specific expertise in Cataloging to work for our client in the [Bethesda – White Flint area] of MD.

The Senior Cataloging Librarian will be responsible for ensuring the quality control of a cataloging system for a federal library. The Senior Cataloging Librarian will need to be well-versed in cataloging, bibliographic, and metadata best practices and will work closely with library staff to create, correct, manage, and maintain the item records and holdings in the library’s collection and library system.

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