Library Technical Associate – Digital Imaging Technician and Photographer – The University of Texas at Austin

Hiring department:  Humanities Rsch Ctr
Monthly salary:  $3,083+ depending on qualifications
Hours per week:  40.00 Standard from 800AM to 500PM
Posting number: 18-01-25-02-8083
Job Status: Open
FLSA status: Non-exempt
Earliest Start Date: 03/01/2018
Position Duration: Funding expected to continue
Position open to all applicants
Location: Austin (main campus)
Number of vacancies: 1

General Notes

The Harry Ransom Center welcomes qualified candidates who can demonstrate a commitment to diversity.

Required Application Materials

  • A Resume is required in order to apply
  • A Letter of Interest is required in order to apply.
  • A List of 3 References is required in order to apply.

Additional Information


To manage all aspects of image creation in the Center’s photography studio, including reformatting of analog materials to digital format, operation and maintenance of software and hardware, creation of digital imaging workflows, and record keeping and documentation.

Essential Functions

Assesses reformatting needs and performs reformatting of two-and three-dimensional library, archival, and museum materials such as books, manuscripts, works of art on paper, and costumes using digital cameras and other document capture equipment, including the BC100 and RGC180. Advises on best arrangement of materials to be photographed or angle of shots to produce desired results. Handles fragile and rare collection materials under established best practices. Ensures quality control of digital images. Performs color correction and image enhancement for digital images; monitors, calibrates, and adjusts settings on hardware and software tools as needed; processes and prepares digital files for archiving, printing, and access. Works with the Digital Projects Librarian and/or other staff to create, revise, and align production workflows; creates and maintains documentation. Maintains hardware and software; troubleshoots hardware and software; provides technical support. Provides photography support for the Center’s internal activities, including public affairs, publications, and exhibitions programs. Trains, supervises, and reviews work of student staff in the Studio. Consults and serves as a resource for staff on issues of digitization and the use of imaging hardware and software, as needed. Other duties as assigned.

Marginal/Incidental functions

Other related functions as assigned.

Required qualifications

High school graduation or GED and three years of work experience. Demonstrated experience with digital photography and digital reformatting. Good organizational, communication, and interpersonal skills. Ability to work independently and as a team member. Equivalent combination of relevant education and experience may be substituted as appropriate. Equivalent combination of relevant education and experience may be substituted as appropriate.

Preferred Qualifications

Bachelor’s degree. Experience working in, or management of, a professional photography studio or digitization lab. Advanced knowledge of digital imaging software and hardware. Familiarity with Macintosh operating system. Familiarity with Capture One and Adobe Photoshop. Familiarity with handling fragile library, archival, and museum materials. Excellent attention to detail and problem-solving skills.

Working conditions

May work around standard office conditions May work around electrical and mechanical hazards Repetitive use of a keyboard at a workstation Use of manual dexterity Lifting and moving

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Diversifying Art Museum Leadership Home Grown Curatorial Fellowship

National Museum of Mexican Art/DuSable Museum of African American History – Chicago, IL
$38,000 a year – Full-time, Temporary
Job Summary

Through a generous three year grant awarded by the Ford and Walton Family Foundations the National Museum of Mexican Art (NMMA) and the DuSable Museum for African American History (DuSable), two museums that have successfully trained and provided sustained employment for curators and arts administrators, will implement its inaugural Home Grown Curatorial Fellowship program for graduate students of color or whom identify as ALAANA (African, Latino(a), Asian, Arab, Native American). Fellowships will provide candidates with an opportunity to learn, engage, and be mentored by curatorial and museum professionals who are leaders in first voice organizations.

The National Museum of Mexican Art (NMMA) and the DuSable Museum of African American History (DuSable) seeks two enthusiastic and capable graduate or post-graduate students to gain intensive training and mentorship in the field of curatorial and archiving studies by working alongside Visual Arts and Permanent Collections curators at NMMA and Archivist & Special Collections Librarians at DuSable. Each institution will host one fellow per year, over a 12 month period. Qualified applicants will be invited to indicate their preference for fellowship assignment.

The Home Grown Fellows will participate in their respective institutions’ special projects, including external workshops and artistic programs that advance the missions of the National Museum of Mexican Art (NMMA) and DuSable Museum of African American History (DuSable), promote and support creative leadership and support the joint mission to build a foundation for students of color to gain access to leadership positions in all museums. Fellows may have the opportunity to study, research and examine collections, organize thematic exhibitions related to African American and Mexican history, culture or particular genres and assist in the preparation, documentation and organization of past, present and future exhibitions.

Each Home Grown Fellow will have the opportunity to select a mentor, who may be different from their supervisor. Fellows will also undertake an independent capstone project in consultation with their supervising curator, archivist librarian and institution mentor.

Each fellow will have the opportunity to interact with one another, NMMA and DuSable through exhibition openings, staff/departmental meetings, networking events, workshops and internal discussions that build relationships and foster a community of intellectual scholarly engagement.

Fellowship Period

Fellowships are 12 months in length, May 2018 through May 2019 . All fellowships must take place and capstone project completed within this 12 month period.

Fellowship Eligibility

All applicants must meet the following requirements to be considered for a Home Grown Fellowship, in addition to NMMA and DuSable institutional requirements.

Be currently enrolled in the last year of graduate school and/or hold a recent (earned in the last 2-3 years) graduate degree in library science (MLS, MLIS, MIS, MS), art history or museum studies from an ALA accredited school
Successful candidates must be able to provide proof of eligibility to work in the United States
Have a demonstrated interest in museum and exhibition administration and/or archives administration and management, museum studies, art history, anthropology, Latin American and/or African American studies, or archaeology
Located within a 400 mile radius of Chicago, IL

All applicants applying for the Home Grown Fellowship at National Museum of Mexican Art must submit the following:

Cover letter stating their interest in the fellowship. Applicants must indicate their choice of host institution
Full curriculum vitae of education, professional experience, honors, awards and publications
Official copy of graduate transcript, with graduation date or anticipated date of graduation and copy of classes currently enrolled in if applicable
A statement, not to exceed 1,500 characters, specifying your areas of research/interests.
If candidates are applying to National Museum of Mexican Art as host institution, please include the following in your statement:

Your relationship to NMMA, Mexican Art or culture
Relevant experience related to your curatorial and/or archival proposed project
The importance of this fellowship to their future career and what they hope to learn from the experience.
If candidates are applying to DuSable as host institution, please include the following in your statement:

their interest in African American history and archival collections
what they can contribute to the host repositories
their experience with electronic media and social networking tools
their view on the importance of increasing diversity in the archival profession
what they hope to learn from the experience
the importance of this fellowship to their future career
Contact information for three people who will provide recommendation letters (at least one academic and one professional), none of whom are current NMMA or DuSable employees. Once you have submitted your recommenders’ names, titles and email addresses, they will receive emailed instructions for uploading their recommendation letters online.
To be considered for the Home Grown Fellowship, all candidates must complete the application and follow all application procedures.

The 2018/2019 Home Grown Application can be found here

The deadline for all application materials, including letters of recommendation, is February 19, 2018, by 11:59 pm CST . Fellowship decisions will be announced by April 2, 2018.

Responsibilities and Duties

Fellows should apply to the institution whose job description best suits your career path.



POSITION TITLE: Home Grown Fellow

REPORTS TO: Director of Visual Art’s/Chief Curator, Registrar, Permanent Collection Curator or Associate Curator

POSITION FUNCTION: To aid the Visual Arts Director, Registrar, Permanent Collection Curator and Associate Curator in tasks related to the care, preservation, documentation and presentation of artworks at NMMA. There will be light maintenance tasks pertaining to art installation or gallery preparation.Fellows will take field trips throughout and beyond the Chicago-area to conferences and to visit other first-voice museums. Finally, Fellows will be required to keep a log of their experiences and progress throughout the fellowship.


Assists in cataloguing preparing and packing of Permanent Collection
Assists in the preparation, documentation and/or organization of past, present and future exhibitions
Assists in creating/updating exhibition and artist files
Assists in conducting research to label and interpret artwork as well as catalogs objects and updates computerized museum records
Assists in the care and presentation of artwork in the Museum’s collection, both in storage and on display within as well as outside of the Museum and throughout the Museum’s website
Complete program Capstone Project within the 12 month Fellowship appointment

Have a demonstrated interest in museum and exhibition administration and/or archives administration and management, museum studies, art history, anthropology, Latin American studies, or archaeology
Have interest in documenting and caring for art and historical artifacts
Strong knowledge of Mexican or Mexican American history/culture and command of the Spanish language both written and spoken
Excellent verbal and written communication skills and public speaking
Must be highly organized, detail-oriented, and able to multi-task
Ability to work well in a fast-paced team environment, as well as independently, and adapt to flexible hours as necessary
Ability to handle art objects carefully
Ability to accurately capture images of artwork on a large bed scanner, easel and backdrop
Lift 40 lbs and climb ladders
Excellent computer skills (Mac preferred)
Experienced in Filemaker Pro and Photoshop
DuSable Museum of African American History

Job Description

POSITION TITLE: Home Grown Fellow

REPORTS TO: Archivist and Special Collections Librarian and Manager of Education

POSITION FUNCTION: To aid the Archivist and Special Collections Librarian and Manager of Education in tasks related to the care, documentation and presentation of art works, artifacts and archival materials at the DuSable Museum of African American History.


During the immersion training program, fellows will receive training in arrangement, description, preservation, reference, and outreach for collections of African American artwork, artifact and archival materials. Fellows may have the opportunity to process collections and create EAD and EAC-CPF finding aids and will learn to appropriately utilize Library of Congress Subject Headings to provide access points to African American materials in print, video, and electronic resources. Fellows will attend lectures presented by Mexican American and African American scholars and representatives from other Mexican American and African American museums and archival repositories. The purpose of these lectures is for fellows to gain a deeper understanding of African American history. Fellows will also take field trips throughout and beyond the Chicago-area.

Fellowship Responsibilities:

Fellows will be required to organize a public program/community outreach event(s) (lecture, exhibit, etc.), and implement social media or other online resources while in residency at their host institution. They will also be expected to give presentations on their education and career choice to other students at the high school (and undergraduate levels) and will be required to submit for panel participation, papers, and posters at professional conferences such as Black Caucus of the American Library Association/American Library Association (BCALA/ALA), Society of American Archivists (SAA), Midwest Archives Council (MAC), and other related conferences. Finally, Fellows will be required to keep a log of their experiences and progress throughout the fellowship.


Have a demonstrated ability and relevant coursework in museum and exhibition administration and/or archives administration and management, museum studies, art history, anthropology, or archaeology with a focus on African American/Black/Afro Caribbean studies
Have interest in documenting and caring for art and historical artifacts
Strong knowledge of African American history/culture
Excellent verbal and written communication skills
Must be highly organized, detail-oriented, and able to multi-task
Ability to work well in a fast-paced team environment, as well as independently, and adapt to flexible hours as necessary
Ability to handle art objects, artifacts and archives carefully
Ability to accurately capture images of artwork on a large bed scanner, easel and backdrop
Excellent computer skills

Each fellow will receive an annual salary of $38,000, plus fringe benefits and an allocated fellowship research allowance to be used solely for travel related to fellowship assignments, conferences and museum visits arranged after acceptance into fellowship program.

Fellows should be prepared to relocate to the Chicago area at the time of Fellowship, without additional financial compensation, and are required to live in the Chicago area for the tenure of the Fellowship.

Job Types: Full-time, Temporary

Salary: $38,000.00 /year

Required education:


Required language:


Systems Librarian – Canadian Centre for Architecture, Montreal, Quebec

Job Identification

Job title: Systems Librarian
Division: Collection
Immediate superior: Head, Collection Access
Status: Permanent, full time (35hrs/week)
Posting period: January 26 to February 18, 2018
Job entry: As soon as possible

Job Summary

The responsibilities of this job are to provide technical expertise, day-to-day administration, and broad support for traditional and emerging software solutions and standards necessary for optimal management and access of the CCA Collection (library, archives, prints & drawings, and photography).

The incumbent will work closely with the IT department, the Web team, Collection staff, and vendor technical support to manage Collection and related systems with a primary focus on the integrated library system (SirsiDynix Horizon). The Systems Librarian is also expected to contribute to activities related to the development and implementation of search tools for the website and to collaborate in the management of the system used for other parts of the Collection, including the archives (Gallery Systems TMS).

For full details, visit the CCA website

Librarian/Archivist – Museum of International Folk Art, Santa Fe, NM

General Job Description
The Bartlett Librarian & Archivist will collaborate to develop collections to meet the needs of patrons, catalog and process collections/acquisitions using standard library and archival accessioning techniques; provide services to researchers; develop and maintain finding aids; identify library or archival materials needing repair and conservation; ensure use of proper preservation techniques; manage circulation and shelve materials; expand online access and prepare collections for web-based use; handle library budget; write reports; serve on Museum committees, and perform any other functions necessary to the operation of a special collections library.

Work collaboratively and proactively to acquire and organize materials to support the mission of the Museum of International Folk Art and the Bartlett Library, the work of Museum staff, and the interests of researchers in folk art.

Process incoming and backlogged materials by accessioning them into the main collection. Processing includes organizing, cataloging or indexing the materials (including analytic cataloging of periodical or archival sources), and conducting necessary conservation practices; re-housing materials in as necessary; creating an inventory; and preparing collection guides.

Assist researchers by explaining library and archival policy, conducting reference interviews, identifying and retrieving research materials (including interlibrary loans), training patrons in specialized research procedures (including using online databases), photocopying documents, and monitoring researchers.

Answer online and e-mail requests by searching for the materials, producing required reproductions, corresponding with researchers, collecting authorizations, managing contracts and payments as necessary, and mailing materials.

Provide collaborative support to the museum curators in museum exhibit research and preparation. Work with the museum staff in developing library exhibits that highlight the archival collection, and to provide special library programs to enhance Museum exhibits and events.

Maintain online catalogs and databases, and expand digitization projects.

Handle budgeting, ordering, and fund-raising to support library functions; work with financial staff and Director to adhere to financial requirements.

Collaborate with staff in setting policy determining library resource preservation practices, reproduction and usage fees, research use of the collections, and copyright issues.

Process gift books by identifying those relevant to the collection and cataloging them; encourage appropriate donations through correspondence with donors and potential donors.

Supervise student interns, part-time employees, and volunteers in various library and archival tasks.

Handle daily library duties including circulation, answering visitor’s reference questions, shelving books, maintaining stack and archival areas, and ordering supplies.

Update Library policy and procedure documents in collaboration with Museum and Department of Cultural Affairs staff.


§  Experience managing a library with hands-on skill in collection development, cataloging and processing materials, organizing materials for finding and use (including circulating, shelving, and cleaning), maintaining an ILS or CMS, sustaining library functions on a limited budget (including grant-writing)

§  Demonstrated expertise in research skills and reference services

§  Experience working in archives, including collection organization, preservation, online migration, maintenance and digitization of collections; use of nationally accepted standards, tools, and best practices for archival description and processing

§  MLS from an ALA-accredited institution

§  Demonstrated ability to manage budgets, and follow institutional ethics and guidelines

§  Familiarity with copyright issues relevant to museums, libraries, and archives

§  Strong written, verbal, and interpersonal communication skills

§  Evidence of effective, collaborative work with professional colleagues.


§  Evidence of learning new skills and technologies quickly and effectively

§  Prior experience in library marketing, programming, and training

§  Experience supervising interns and volunteers, and working with docents and donors

§  Proficiency in multiple foreign languages

§  Coursework in archival management

§  Coursework in folklore, ethnography, anthropology, and/or sociology

§  Demonstrated interest in world cultures, and/or folk art

For consideration, please submit a cover letter and electronic resume to Aurelia Gomez, Deputy Director of the Museum of International Folk Art, Santa Fe, New Mexico,

All interested parties are required to apply online with the State of New Mexico Personnel NEOGOV website, to be considered for the position:

Summer Internship: Academic Library Intern at Interlochen Center for the Arts

Interlochen Center for the Arts is looking to hire an Academic Library Intern for the 2018 camp season.

The dates of the agreement 6/11/18-8/7/18 and the stipend for the entire duration of the agreement is $1,600. Shared dorm room housing is provided for the dates contracted (early arrival/late stay requests, if space is available, will be paid in full by the employee). All meals are included with your agreement- breakfast, lunch, and dinner when the cafeteria is open.

Major Responsibilities: This is a great internship opportunity for someone interested in librarianship as a career. This position serves the needs of the Interlochen Arts Camp by helping to provide campers, faculty, and staff with resources to support their arts specialty and personal interests while on campus.

  • Duties include circulation, shelving, book processing, and implementing summer programs.
  • This position also requires the ability to assist library patrons of various ages and interests with finding information by utilizing a variety of databases and the catalog.
  • Other responsibilities may include summer projects ranging from collections management to work on the library website Qualifications
  • Applicants currently in an MLS program are preferred.
  • Applicants must possess excellent customer service skills, proficiency with technology, attentiveness to detail, and a willingness to participate in a team environment.
  • Experience with Mac OS and applications is desirable.

To apply go to

Required documents for application are: cover letter/letter of interest, resume, and a current listing of three references. You can additionally upload these documents during the submission of the application process by selecting “Apply and continue to upload documents” button. Please upload your documents in a pdf format.

2018 ARLIS/NA Ontario Travel Award Deadline Extended!

The deadline for the applications of the 2018 ARLIS/NA Ontario Travel Award to attend “Out of Bounds”, the annual ARLIS/NA conference in New York City, February 25 – March 1, 2018 (originally announced November 11, 2017) has been extended until Sunday, January 21st, 2018.

All are welcome to apply.  Students, new professionals and ARLIS/NA Ontario members are strongly encouraged.

For details and eligibility, please visit the website (note that the date has not yet been updated to reflect the extension) or email

Paid Internship Opportunity: Image Keywording Intern, Great Bowery, NYC

This position reports to the Image Annotation Manager. The Keywording Intern will be responsible for classifying and describing the images of a large, diverse photo archive. They will collaborate with other Keyworders to ensure consistency and accuracy, and will also help to organize the controlled vocabulary used to keyword these images.

This internship provides an opportunity to learn about the business of high-end image licensing, as well as standards and innovations in image keywording.

The ideal candidate has a background or strong interest in commercial and/or fine art photography. Familiarity with beauty, fashion, lifestyle, celebrity, and/or interior design media is essential. Previous experience keywording or cataloguing images or other assets is a big plus.

Must have basic computer proficiency (Mac), and excellent command of English. Experience with DAMs, Excel, and understanding of search engine functionality helpful. Research skills and attention to detail are critical.

Please submit a cover letter and resume through NYFA only. Applications submitted via direct email will not by reviewed.



Assistant Librarian & Archivist – Wadsworth Atheneum Museum of Art, Hartford, CT

The Wadsworth Atheneum, the oldest continually operating public art museum in the United States, was founded by Daniel Wadsworth in 1842. Today the collection exceeds 50,000 works of art, spanning more than 5,000 years. The Wadsworth Atheneum has always been a resource for the local community, as we work to welcome new and existing audiences.

Reporting to the Head of Library and Archives, the Assistant Librarian and Archivist performs a wide-range of tasks associated with the physical and intellectual organization of the Auerbach Art Library and Museum Archives. The Assistant Librarian and Archivist provides reference and research assistance to the museum’s staff, docents, external patrons and community partners. The primary responsibilities include cataloging, organizing, processing and preserving library and historical resources, preparing guides and finding aides, reference services, and participation in all aspects of library and archival work.

The regular work schedule for this position is Tuesday through Saturday.


Education and Experience

·         Bachelor’s Degree in art history, history or studio art; and Master of Library Science from an ALA-accredited institution with coursework or concentration in archives management.

·         Three (3) years’ experience in an art library, museum, or academic library, cataloging (both original and copy cataloging) and fielding reference questions. Plus, one (1) to two (2) years’ experience in archival management and special collections required.

 Skills and Abilities

·         Knowledge of current archival description standards, including experience in creating finding aids, and knowledge of MARC21 cataloging formats.

·         Proficiency with integrated library systems and database management systems.

·         Ability to inventory and assess collections and deaccession resources when appropriate.

·         Understanding of appropriate preservation practices for rare books and other special collections materials.

·         Reading knowledge of art historical French and/or German desirable.

·         Superior verbal and written skills; and dedication to providing excellent customer service.

·         Strong attention to detail and excellent organizational skills.

·         Ability to respond quickly to unexpected challenges and shifting priorities.

·         Aptitude in MS Office programs including Word, PowerPoint, and Excel.

Interested candidates should send their resume, cover letter, and salary requirements to:

Wadsworth Atheneum Museum of Art
Attn: HR Department
600 Main Street, Hartford, CT 06103
Or Email

 Deadline for applications: Position will remain posted until filled.
 The Wadsworth Atheneum Museum of Art is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Kress Fellowship in Art Librarianship – Yale University, New Haven, CT

Robert B. Haas Family Arts Library
Yale University, New Haven, CT

Fixed Duration Position:  10 months from date of hire; non-renewable

Expected Start Date:        July 1, 2018


Yale University offers exciting opportunities for achievement and growth in New Haven, Connecticut.  Conveniently located between Boston and New York, New Haven is the creative capital of Connecticut with cultural resources that include two major art museums, a critically-acclaimed repertory theater, state-of-the-art concert hall, and world-renowned schools of Architecture, Art, Drama, and Music.



The Yale University Library, as one of the world’s leading research libraries, collects, organizes, preserves, and provides access to and services for a rich and unique record of human thought and creativity. It fosters intellectual growth and supports the teaching and research missions of Yale University and scholarly communities worldwide. A distinctive strength is its rich spectrum of resources, including around 15 million volumes and information in all media, ranging from ancient papyri to early printed books to electronic databases. The Library is engaging in numerous projects to expand access to its physical and digital collections. Housed in eighteen buildings including the Sterling Memorial Library, the Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library, and the Bass Library, it employs a dynamic and diverse staff of approximately five hundred who offer innovative and flexible services to library readers. For additional information on the Yale University Library, please visit the Library’s web site at


The Haas Family Arts Library at Yale consists of collections from three formerly-separate operating units: Art and Architecture, Arts of the Book, and Drama. Now located under one roof, these libraries support the Schools of Architecture, Art, and Drama, and the department of the History of Art, as well as the teaching and research needs of the Yale community beyond the visual arts. In addition, the Arts Library houses several prominent archival and special collections in Art and Architecture, Arts of the Book, and Drama, ranging from type specimens and woodblocks to theatrical archives to one of the world’s foremost collection of books on color. For additional information on the Haas Family Arts Library, please visit the Library’s web site at



The Yale University Library welcomes applications for the 2018/19 Kress Fellowship in Art Librarianship. The Kress Fellowship is intended for a recent graduate from library school who wishes to pursue a career in art librarianship. This fellowship is made possible through the generosity of the Samuel H. Kress Foundation.   Through this fellowship, the Kress Foundation seeks to achieve in the field of art librarianship what it has accomplished for art history and art conservation:  ensuring the growth of the discipline by promoting the advancement of new professionals.

The Haas Family Arts Library at Yale serves a distinguished array of academic and museum programs, architects, artists and scholars. Kress Fellows have the opportunity to interact with faculty, staff and students in distinguished Schools of Architecture, Art, and Drama; a nationally ranked department of the History of Art; and two outstanding university art museums, the Yale Center for British Art and the Yale University Art Gallery. They also have occasion to collaborate with colleagues from throughout the Yale University Library, including the Sterling Memorial Library, the Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library, and the library and rare books department of the Yale Center for British Art. The rich professional and scholarly resources of New York City and Boston’s art libraries and museums are within two hours’ travel, providing further opportunities for professional growth and professional contact with colleagues.



The Kress Fellowship is a 10-month appointment and focuses on multiple areas of art librarianship including public services, collection development and management, special collections, and digital collections.  Projects and activities will draw on subject areas served by the Haas Arts Library including the history of art, architecture, drama, and aligned area studies. The fellow will gain experience in reference services and library research education in the Haas Family Arts Library, Haas Arts Library Special Collections, and the Library and Archives of the Yale Center for British Art. Other activities will vary based on current Yale Library projects and the fellow’s interest and experience.

During their tenure at Yale, Kress Fellows are expected to pursue mutually agreed-upon projects resulting in a publishable paper, a new library service (such as a webpage or research guide), or other relevant deliverables. Kress Fellows are also introduced to a broad spectrum of professional activities and may have the opportunity to perform collection development activities or assist with library-based exhibitions. Kress Fellows also participate in library planning committees and task forces and engage in campus, regional, and national professional organizations and other collaborative activities. Fellows are expected to be professionally active and represent the Library and the University in the academic, scholarly, and professional community. 



Master’s degree from an ALA-accredited program for library and information science. Background in history of art, architecture or related arts disciplines. Excellent analytical, organizational, management, customer service, and interpersonal skills.  Ability to effectively build partnerships and promote the benefits of change in an academic culture that often values ambiguity, diversity of opinion, and historic precedent.  Ability to communicate effectively through both oral and written expression.  Ability to work both independently and collegially in a demanding and rapidly changing environment.

Preferred:  Advanced degree and/or relevant experience in history of art, architecture or related arts disciplines.  Experience with web design and development and electronic information resources. Experience with HTML and XML.  Reading knowledge of two or more Western European languages.



The Kress Fellowship is a competitive position. Applicants should submit a current resume or CV, a brief cover letter/statement of interest, and names and contact information for three professional references to Lindsay King via e-mail at, before February 1, 2018. The statement of interest is expected to reflect a genuine commitment to art librarianship and an interest in the provision of information services to the visual arts community. There is no application form. Please be sure to include “2018/19 Kress Fellowship” in the e-mail subject and cover letter.  A search committee of Yale librarians will review submissions. The Kress Fellow will be in residence at Yale for ten months and will receive an award of $40,000, prorated over the fellowship term. Health insurance will be provided.



All external candidates for employment will be subject to pre-employment background screening for this position, which may include motor vehicle and credit checks based on the position description and job requirements. Internal candidates may be subject to a motor vehicle or credit check for this position based on the position description and job requirements. All offers are contingent on successful completion of the required background check. Please visit for additional information on the background check requirements and process.


  Yale University is an affirmative action/equal opportunity employer.  Yale values diversity in its faculty, staff, and students and strongly encourages applications from women and members of underrepresented minority groups.

Librarian (Public Services & Cataloging) – Institute of American Indian Arts, Santa Fe, NM

DEADLINE: January 15, 2018


Reporting to the Library Director, the incumbent provides a wide range of library services. The incumbent’s main responsibilities include public service, cataloging, and teaching information literacy to the students. Other responsibilities include the processing of new material and supervising job duties conducted by work-study students. The library uses OCLC’s WorldShare Management Services and this position is responsible for overseeing cataloging and circulation management in the system. Support IAIA’s mission, vision and core values.


·         Work a 40 hour week that includes a weekly schedule working MondayThursday evenings from 4:30-9pm.

·         Perform a wide range of public service functions, which include but is not limited to the following responsibilities:
o Provide reference and circulation assistance to library patrons.
o Collaborate with faculty to provide library instruction.
o Teach and assist student, faculty, and staff based on their research needs.
o Troubleshoot technology problems for patrons using the library’s public computers.

·         Perform a wide range of cataloging and collection management functions, which include but is not limited to the following responsibilities:
o Identify, evaluate, and select appropriate organization of materials.
o Update and maintain catalog and circulation records and policies in the integrated library system (ILS).
o Catalog and classify a variety of materials including print, audiovisual, and special format materials using copy cataloging and original cataloging.
o Serve as liaison to Libros Consortium to resolve technical issues with the ILS.
o Collaborate with other staff for collection development.

·         Perform a range duties related to the oversight and direction of Student Workers assigned to the
Library, which include but is not limited to the following responsibilities:
o Provide evening library supervision and reference services.
o Train student workers in library procedures, collection organization, and circulation.

·         Community and Professional Involvement objectives:
o Maintain membership in and participate in professional organizations
o Participate in library staff meetings and IAIA community meetings and events
o Keep abreast of library trends
o Complete other duties/project as assigned or needed


Must have a Master’s degree in Library Science from an ALA accredited University and at least one (1) year of professional experience with a background in cataloging. PREFERED: Information literacy instruction experience and reference experience.


·         Knowledge and experience applying cataloging standards such as AACR2/RDA, LCSH, MARC21 format, and LCC or Dewey Classification.

·         Demonstrated communications and interpersonal skills, which includes strong writing, oral, and
organizational skills.

·         Ability to teach information literacy in a variety of capacities both online and in the classroom.

·         Ability to be accessible and available to students and faculty.

·         Ability to provide presentations.

·         Ability to collaborate effectively and efficiently across several organizational levels.

·         Ability to interpret and comply with library and IAIA policies and procedures.

·         Effectively respond to and/or interact with others, which includes creating rapport/trust with students and establishing effective/positive work relationships with staff and faculty.

·         Adhere to appropriate standards of conduct and ethics, including confidentiality, integrity and honesty; follows directives.

·         Exhibit ability to adapt to changing work environments.

·         Cooperate and work respectfully with others.

·         Participate in pro-active problem solving, perform job duties, and participate in meetings as


·         Experience with OCLC Connexion

·         Experience managing digital collections

·         Knowledge of copyright

·         Knowledge of non-MARC metadata standards, such as Dublin Core or MODS

·         Knowledge of assessment?


·         Ability to read and interpret basic to complex data/information/guidelines/ procedures related to integrated library/catalog systems, research, and academic-related data/information.

·         Ability to present the library- or catalog-related information in a public forum.

·         Ability to effectively utilize applicable computer systems and/or applications.

·         Ability to meet the essential work hour requirements during regular semesters.

·         A job evaluation of this position will include an assessment of performance results based on the essential functions.

·         Occasional travel for meetings, conferences, and other events using personal or company vehicle.

·         Management has the right to revise this job description at any time, with or without notice.

·         This job description does not list all the duties of this position.

·         The job description is not a contract for employment.

Email cover letter and resume to:

Mail: IAIA HR, 83 Avan Nu Po Rd, SF, NM 87508;
FAX: (505) 424-0505

Native Preference applies. Please submit CIB/Tribal Enrollment if claiming preference.