The Cleveland Museum of Art is looking to add a Library Applications Analyst to its Information Technology team, to support the business process of the Ingalls Library and Museum Archives and provide asset- and information-management expertise for special projects.
About the Library Applications Analyst position:
Duties of the Library Applications Analyst include administration of a commercial integrated library system, including module configuration, custom reporting, and data manipulation; implementation and maintenance of custom Access and open-source LAMP applications, including tracking applications and secondary resource catalogs; support of library-specific peripherals; and administration of the library’s website and opacs.
Requirements for this position include a Bachelor’s degree in computer science, information science, or IT operations management, and 5-6 years of technology-related work experience, or an equivalent combination of education and work experience; 2-5 years experience administering an integrated library system, or other commercial asset management system, in a production environment; experience manipulating large sets of structured data; experience with application configuration and report customization, including SQL scripting and XML/XSL/CSS; and experience in web-based applications development and open-source LAMP implementation. Proven success in creative collaboration, problem-solving, effective communication, technical documentation and training, and project management are also required.
Desired qualifications for this position include an Master’s degree in library and information science (MLS or MLIS) from and ALA-accredited institution; working knowledge of MARC, MARCXML, and EDI exchange formats; familiarity with emerging trends in library service and systems; experience with academic library operations and procedures; and knowledge of data privacy laws and best practices.
About the museum and library:
The Cleveland Museum of Art is one of the top five art museums in the country, and a significant international forum for art scholarship and education, exhibitions, and performing arts. Its collections include more than 40,000 objects, and span 6,000 years of achievement in the arts. The museum campus is located in the dynamic University Circle neighborhood, and is currently in the midst of a multi-phase expansion.
The museum’s Ingalls Library and Museum Archives is a nationally-recognized art reference library, housing 456,000 catalogued volumes, including monographs; exhibition and collection catalogues; auction and dealer catalogues; serials; electronic publications; artist clipping files; and approximately one million images in microfiche and microfilm collections, study photographs, and digital images. The museum’s history and heritage are preserved by the Museum Archives, with holdings including administrative records of museum offices; audio and visual recordings of programs and events; oral histories; ephemera; and manuscript collections.
The museum and its research library were founded in 1916, and boast strong local, regional, and national support.
Those interested in applying for the Library Applications Analyst position should submit a cover letter, resume, and three references to firstname.lastname@example.org by Sunday, April 15, 2012.
The Cleveland Museum of Art is a Equal Opportunity Employer (EOE/M/F/D/V).