Library Cataloging/Metadata Internship: Spring 2014 (150 hours)
The Sterling and Francine Clark Art Institute Library has a paid opening for a Library Intern to gain valuable experience providing cataloging in all formats, creation and application of appropriate metadata for bibliographic, archival finding aids, and digital records.
Reporting to the Collections Management Librarian, the intern will be responsible for a variety of metadata and cataloging tasks, for example, cataloging artist monographs from the backlog, creation of new and enhanced metadata for digital surrogates applying the new international cataloging rules RDA: Resource Description and Access, and providing support for dataloads via OCLC Connexion, the Internet Archives, and the Library’s ILS system, Millennium. Work may also include preparation of preliminary EAD finding aids using the Library’s archive management system, Archivists’ Toolkit and the Library’s digital management system.
Preference for the Library internship will be given to graduate students pursuing a master’s degree in Library Science. Potential candidates should send a resume, three references and cover letter to: HumanResources@clarkart.edu