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Associate Museum Librarian, Systems, Metropolitan Museum of Art

DescriptionThe Thomas J. Watson Library in The Metropolitan Museum of Art is pleased to announce an opening for the position of Associate Museum Librarian, Systems. This is a special opportunity to contribute to the success of an innovative and productive art library at a world-class museum while learning and applying new skills.

The Associate Museum Librarian, Systems is primarily responsible for managing the daily operation of all library systems and technology functions including: the operation, maintenance, and development of the integrated library system, all public web-based library interfaces, and related hardware and software used by staff and researchers. This position is a key member of the Digitization Team, directing digital content creation and management in collaboration with library staff, curatorial departments, Museum Archives, and other institutions. Close collaborations with the Museum’s Digital, Information Systems & Technology, and Imaging Departments are essential to advance the goals of Watson Library and the Museum in these areas. This position also works closely with all areas of Watson Library to develop, maintain, and document the underlying library technologies used in support of projects and policies that will aid in providing the best service to all users of the Museum Libraries.

Review of applications will begin immediately and continue until the position is filled. Applicants should submit a cover letter indicating how they satisfy the requirements above, a resume, and the names of three references to the following e-mail address: lib.search@metmuseum.org.

Primary Responsibilities and Duties

  • Oversee the maintenance of library systems, technologies, and equipment to support core library activities for staff and researchers.
  • Explore, recommend, implement, develop and support current and emerging technologies and best practices to benefit the Libraries.
  • Play a leading role in the development, creation, management, promotion and assessment of digital projects.
  • Collaborate with other Museum departments and other institutions on collaborative technological and digital projects.
  • Advise on the library’s information technology budget; negotiate and arrange the purchase of appropriate products and services.
  • Write reports on funding activity.
  • Provide research support and scheduled reference service (including 3-4 weekend shifts per year required).
  • Deliver orientations, consultations and presentations about library services and collections as part of the Instruction Program.
  • Develop, document and disseminate library best practices, policies and procedures regarding the application of library technologies.
  • Oversee the activation, management, and troubleshooting of access to electronic resources and electronic journals.
  • Oversee the collection of statistics for systems activity and equipment, digital collections production, and usage of digital collections, subscription databases, and electronic resources.
  • Other duties as assigned.

Experience and Skills:

  • Three or more years’ experience managing an ILS required, Innovative Interfaces preferred, in a research library.
  • Knowledge and experience working with content management systems required. CONTENTdm, TMS, and SiteCore experience.
  • Understanding of the MARC record; familiarity with metadata standards and formats such as Dublin Core, MODS, METS, EAD, and RDA for library systems required.
  • Demonstrated project management experience, training and supervisory skills required.
  • Strong aptitude for acquiring new skills relevant to library systems required.
  • Experience creating and manipulating library metadata required.
  • Experience supervising, training, and mentoring staff and interns required.
  • Experience developing and administering web-based solutions using CSS, HTML, XML, APIs and related technologies required.
  • Strong service orientation and awareness of end user needs as related to library systems and web platforms required.
  • Demonstrated analytical and problem-solving skills with a commitment to data-informed decision-making processes required.
  • Ability to assume a leadership role in a rapidly changing and collaborative team-based environment required.
  • Experience and commitment to public services including reference and instruction required.
  • Ability to work effectively, both collaboratively and independently, in a service-driven environment required.

Knowledge and Education:

  • Master’s Degree in Library or Information Science.
  • Bachelor’s degree in Art History, or related experience and knowledge.
  • Knowledge of MARC21, Dublin Core, MODS, METS, EAD, RDA and other library metadata standards.
  • Knowledge of HTML/XML, CSS/XSL, Microsoft Excel, content management systems, visualization tools, web design, and graphic design.
  • Working bibliographic knowledge of at least one foreign language.
  • Strong oral, written and presentation skills and the ability to communicate effectively to both technical and non-technical users.

Job Opportunity: Paid Cataloging Internship at the Dallas Museum of Art

Cataloging Internship – Fall 2019

Dallas Museum of Art

The Mayer Library is pleased to offer a paid cataloging internship for the fall 2019 semester. The ideal candidate is a current MLS student who is enthusiastic about cataloging and has an interest in art history. This position may also be adapted for course credit or as a practicum. The intern will get experience in cataloging and classification, improve bibliographic search skills, and gain an understanding of museum library practices. I’ll be attending the annual conference in Salt Lake City and will be happy to talk with anyone who’s interested.

Read the full description and apply online here: https://recruiting.paylocity.com/Recruiting/Jobs/Details/100826

Application deadline: April 15


Perform copy cataloging on books in the library’s backlog.

Search for MARC records in OCLC Connexion.

Update records in the library’s bibliographic database.

Perform end processing on select materials.

Assist with other cataloging projects as assigned.

Required Qualifications:

Current enrollment in an ALA-accredited graduate program for library and/or information science.

Completed coursework in descriptive and subject cataloging.

Knowledge of AACR2, RDA, and Library of Congress and Dewey classification systems.

Exacting attention to detail.

Ability to take direction and work independently.

Ability to lift 25 lbs. and push a book truck.

Applicants with an interest in art history and/or museum work preferred.

The Mildred R. and Frederick M. Mayer Library is the art research library of the Dallas Museum of Art. Originally established in 1936, the collection opened to the public in 1944 and has grown over time into an essential resource for DMA staff, docents, and the general public. The non-circulating collection numbers 100,000 volumes and supports research on all areas of the Museum’s encyclopedic collection. For more information, visit DMA.org/research/library.

Job posting: Library Associate, Circulation and Technical Services, Thomas J. Watson Library at the Metropolitan Museum of Art- NYC, NY

The Thomas J. Watson Library in The Metropolitan Museum of Art is pleased to announce an opening for the position of Library Associate, Circulation and Technical Services. This full-time position is a special opportunity to contribute to the success of an innovative and productive art library at a world-class museum while learning and applying new skills.

The Library Associate is a key member of both the technical services and circulation departments, responsible for ensuring accurate access and inventory control of the library’s collection. Core tasks include receiving, processing, barcoding, and cataloging physical and digital collections in both MARC and non-MARC formats to international standards; performing quality control and resolving discrepancies for bibliographic records, utilizing Sierra software; sending and receiving orders and invoices in accordance with international EDIFACT protocols from all major book vendors; loading bibliographic records via FTP from bibliographic cataloging vendors and communicating with them for proper quality control; processing materials for offsite, withdrawals, and Wert commercial bookbinding; departmental library management and maintenance; managing cataloging of the reference collection in the Drawings and Prints; processing books for departmental libraries; managing daily recalls (average of 120 per month) between curatorial staff; and conducting a detailed inventory of library materials checked out to Museum staff. Provides outstanding service to all library patrons at the Circulation and Registration Desks on a daily basis.

This position reports to the Associate Manager of Circulation and Reader Services. The schedule is MondayFriday.

Please submit a cover letter stating your interest and your CV, addressed to the search committee to lib.search@metmuseum.org.


  • Utilizes knowledge of RDA/AACR2 and the LC Classification system to create high quality descriptive and technical metadata in both MARC and non-MARC formats for both physical and digital collections; catalogs research materials in all formats according to national standards
  • Assists with data loads of bibliographic and authority records and financial data from vendors using EDIFACT, systems maintenance, and Sierra library software
  • Assists in processing and cataloging of gifts for Watson and departmental libraries
  • Assists with collection management including offsite processing, withdrawals, and departmental library maintenance
  • Collaborates with library staff to maximize the functionality of our integrated library software, Sierra, to assess best practices and streamline workflow for inventory, collections management, recall procedures, and cataloging
  • Manages the daily recall process of library materials between curatorial staff and the circulation of departmental library materials for Museum staff
  • Coordinates with departing Museum staff to ensure all library materials are returned
  • Maintains an ongoing and accurate inventory of materials checked out to Museum fellows
  • Processes overdue notices for departmental library books
  • Assists with the maintenance of the circulation database in Sierra, including creating and updating item and patron records
  • Responsible for cataloging the reference collection in the Drawings and Prints departmental library
  • Assists in departmental book retrieval and circulation for library patrons
  • Coordinates with curatorial departments to conduct a detailed inventory of library materials checked out to Museum staff
  • Provides outstanding customer service in daily Circulation and Registration Desk shifts
  • Occasional weekend work required
  • Other duties as assigned


Experience and Skills:

  • Library experience required
  • Excellent customer service skills required
  • Excellent communication and interpersonal skills required
  • Ability to do detailed work accurately and independently required
  • While performing duties of this job, the employee must frequently lift and/or move up to 25 pounds and occasionally lift and/or move up to 50 pounds and also push or pull objects weighing 30-400 pounds on wheels (book trucks).

Knowledge and Education:

  • Work toward or completion of an MLS preferred
  • Experience using an automated integrated library system and preferred
  • Knowledge of RDA/AACR2, LC Classification and MARC21 preferred

The Thomas J. Watson Library is the central research library of The Metropolitan Museum of Art. Reflecting the depth and scope of the Museum’s collection, the library collects scholarly material from the art of early antiquity to contemporary art. Like the Museum, the library’s holdings are encyclopedic and global in nature and provide a broad range of research materials on Ancient Near Eastern, Egyptian, Greek and Roman, Asian, Islamic, European and American art. In addition to its extensive collection of monographs, exhibition catalogs and rare books, the library includes 150,000 auction and sale catalogs dating from the eighteenth century to the present day. Watson Library’s staff of thirty eight adds nearly 20,000 volumes a year, manages a large collection of electronic resources, and continues to build its digital collections, now comprising over one million pages of online content.

The Museum’s library system includes The Robert Goldwater Library, covering the art of Africa, Oceania and the Americas; Nolen Library, providing materials for all ages on the history of art and also curriculum related material for teachers; The Lehman Collection Library, a collection on European painting and decorative arts; The Joyce F. Menschel Library in the Department of Photographs; The Onassis Library in the Department of Greek and Roman Art; The Irene Lewisohn Costume Reference Library; and the Cloisters Library for medieval art and related topics. The Museum’s departmental libraries contribute to combined holdings of more than one million volumes, a collection unrivaled in depth and coverage for the history of art on a global scale.

See https://www.metmuseum.org to learn more about the Museum’s libraries, including access policies and hours, and to connect to the libraries’ catalog, Watsonline.

Internship Opportunity: Shirley Phillipson Pollock Internship in Art Librarianship, Dallas Museum of Art, TX

Reports to: DMA Librarian
Status: PT, hourly (21 hours per week maximum)
Dates: September 2016 – May 2017
Stipend: $17.85 per hour ($14,244.30 total stipend)
Application deadline: July 15 or until filled

DMA Mission:
The Dallas Museum of Art is both a responsible steward of cultural heritage and a trusted advocate for the essential place of art in the lives of people locally and around the globe. The DMA is transparent, ethical, and takes informed risks. It promotes research, dialogue, and public participation, helping to reveal the insights of artists from every continent over the last 5,000 years.
 Scope of Position:
The Mildred R. and Frederick M. Mayer Library is the art research library of the Dallas Museum of Art.  Originally established in 1936, the collection opened to the public in 1944, and has grown over time into an essential resource open for use by DMA staff, docents, and the general public.  The non-circulating collection numbers 100,000 volumes and supports research on all areas of the Museum’s encyclopedic collection.  For more information, visit http://dma.org/research/library.

The Mayer Library at the Dallas Museum of Art is offering a paid, part-time nine-month internship to a graduate student in library or information science with an interest in art librarianship to start in the fall of 2016.  The Pollock Intern will gain practical experience in art museum library work, including cataloging, collection management, and public services. There will be focused projects throughout the internship, but the intern will have an opportunity to explore desired areas of interest.

Essential Responsibilities:
• Enhancing and creating bibliographic records
• Creating institutional bibliographies
• Reference work
• Designing a library display or writing a blog post for Uncrated
• Collection maintenance

Education, Experience, and Qualifications:
• Current enrollment in an ALA-accredited master’s program for library and/or information science
• Coursework in cataloging required.  Experience with original and copy cataloging preferred
• Knowledge of AACR2, RDA, and Library of Congress and Dewey classification systems
• Interest in art librarianship with an educational background in art history
• Strong organizational skills and attention to detail; ability to work independently

More information: http://chp.tbe.taleo.net/chp01/ats/careers/requisition.jsp?org=DMA&cws=1&rid=327

Job Posting: Technical Services Librarian, Chicago History Museum, IL

As Chicago’s oldest cultural institution, the Chicago History Museum is the proud custodian of over 23 million objects ranging from presidential artifacts to 60’s couture. We use our collection to powerfully tell Chicago’s stories. We invite qualified candidates to apply for the full time position of Technical Services Librarian.


The Technical Services Librarian provides content and technical expertise for the creation of automated and manual records of CHM’s research collection and collection items, and makes this collection accessible to the broadest group of users possible. The Technical

Services Librarian takes an active role in the evaluation, organization, accessioning, and cataloging of CHM serial, book, cartography, ephemera, and related collections. The Technical Services Librarian also helps maintain the online systems necessary to support these functions and assists researchers in utilizing these resources. The Technical Services Librarian will utilize interns to help meet departmental and institutional collection goals.



  • Organize and house CHM serial, book, cartography, ephemera, and related collection materials for processing and research use
  • Serve collection items to researchers in the Research Center, providing appropriate guidance in their use
  • Provide and input descriptive, provenance, authorship, subject and other appropriate information in computerized catalog records for these materials, according to established standards and in-house policies
  • Edit and revise draft catalog records for accuracy, completeness, and form
  • Participate in developing and implementing new methods, procedures, policies, and objectives regarding the accessioning, documentation and cataloging of collection materials
  • Develop an in-depth knowledge of the scope, strengths, and weaknesses of CHM’s Library holdings, including subject matter, overall condition, and usage patterns
  • Work with Research and Access, Collections, and Curatorial Affairs staff as appropriate to articulate collection development goals for CHM’s Library holdings and assess potential additions to CHM’s Library holdings
  • Play lead role in communicating with would-be donors of Library materials, arranging for desired materials to be delivered to CHM, and coordinating the return or disposal of unwanted Library materials in accordance with established procedures, including preparing and routing all documentation necessary to track incoming and outgoing Library materials.
  • Work with other members of the Research and Access staff and the Collections Department to determine relative preservation priorities for holdings; alert Collections staff to preservation and conservation needs of the same
  • Work in collaboration with the Research and Access staff and the Collections Department to determine processing and cataloging priorities, and timetables for cataloging and processing activity
  • Stay conversant with computer-based database management, resources, and cataloging tools (e.g., OCLC, LC subject headings) and train other staff members to use these resources for cataloging purposes
  • Support the Cataloging and Metadata Librarian as backup system administrator for the Horizon database (ARCHIE)
  • Instruct researchers how to use the online catalog, microfilm equipment, and other Research Center self-service equipment
  • Communicate verbally and in writing and deal diplomatically and effectively with members of the public
  • Physically process accessioned Library materials, including marking and re-housing materials and placing them into their permanent storage locations
  • Work Tuesdays through Saturdays from September through May (Mondays through Fridays from June through August)


  • Master’s degree in Library and Information Science, History, or a related field
  • One to three years’ experience in processing and cataloging original source materials in a historical society, museum, research library, or archives setting
  • A sound understanding of digital humanities resources and the ability to make more of CHM’s resources discoverable and accessible electronically
  • A sound knowledge of cataloging principles, standards, procedures, and systems pertaining to archival and research library materials in many formats, including serials
  • General knowledge of the principles and uses of automated systems, and a working familiarity with database management and on-line public access systems for library and/or museum collections
  • General knowledge of American and Chicago History
  • Ability to organize and package the various collections materials efficiently and in accordance with established conservation standards and in-house policies

More information and application: http://www.chicagohistory.org/aboutus/jobsvolunteering/TechnicalServicesLibrarianMay2016.pdf

Job Posting: Library Assistant (part-time, temporary), The Field Museum, Chicago

Duties and Responsibilities

  • Under the guidance of the Photo Archivist, re-labels and re-houses select image collection materials.
  • Under the guidance of the Museum Librarian, handles, cleans and moves Library Collections materials.
  • Consults with Library Staff regarding safe handling and moving practices.
  • Performs other collections-related activities as assigned.


  • Ability to lift up to 40lbs. and ability to push book cart with weight up to 400lbs.
  • Position requires frequent strenuous activity, lifting heavy objects and moving carts.
  • Excellent manual and organizational skills.
  • Impeccable attention to detail.
  • Ability to focus on tasks.
  • Ability to follow directions and procedures.
  • Ability to stand and walk for long periods.
  • ability to bend, reach and climb a step stool.
  • Ability to work alone as well as in a team environment.

Application: http://www.indeed.com/viewjob?jk=293776afa9e61654&q=museum+librarian&tk=1ahrk82lnav24err&from=web

Job Posting: Library Assistant II, The Getty, Los Angeles, CA

Works under regular supervision on assignments of moderate complexity. Provides library support services to staff and Special Collections reading room users by retrieving materials from vaults and assisting with handling.  Retrieves and shelves Special Collections materials; works with colleagues to maintain storage vaults; conducts inventories of Special Collections material; monitors and maintains Special Collections Reading Room and Seminar Rooms. Uses online library system to create, maintain and update holdings and item records; Processes some Special Collections materials by preparing labels, providing housing and entering information into systems. Responds to routine queries from staff and readers; refers more complex queries to reference librarians and curators as appropriate. Participates in special projects as assigned.

Major Job Responsibilities:
  • Daily paging and reshelving a high volume of material
  • Ability to lift boxes and push book trucks up to 40 pounds
  • Assists and resolves moderately complex problems for staff and library users
  • Learns and uses various library software applications to execute moderately complex transactions to track materials, describe collections, manage library collections, and document activities
  • May oversee temporary staff or work-study students
  • Participates in special projects as assigned
  • May assist with scanning material for reference requests
  • Bachelor’s degree in art history or related discipline
  • 2-3 years experience in library setting
  • Reading knowledge in at least one foreign language preferred
Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:
  • Strong written and verbal communication skills
  • Strong organizational skills and attention to detail
  • Ability to learn library-specific software applications
  • Ability to lift boxes and push book trucks up to 40 pounds
  • Experience with industry-standard software suites as appropriate to assigned duties
  • May require familiarity laws and standards as appropriate to assigned duties
  • Experience with bibliographic databases and library-specific software applications preferred
  • Ability to handle rare and unique materials with care

More information and application: https://jobs-getty.icims.com/jobs/2750/library-assistant-ii/job?mode=job&iis=Indeed&iisn=Indeed.com&mobile=false&width=550&height=500&bga=true&needsRedirect=false&jan1offset=-300&jun1offset=-240

Internship Opportunity: Summer Intern, Guggenheim, NYC

Archives Internship at the Guggenheim Museum Archives

Summer 2016

The Guggenheim Museum Archives seeks a current or recent MLS graduate student for its Summer 2016 internship. This internship is full-time beginning on June 1 and ending on August 12.

Responsibilities may include:

  • Arrange and rehouse collection materials and apply basic preservation methods as necessary under supervision.
  • Prepare descriptive inventory and finding aid information including box and folder lists in ArchivesSpace.
  • Assist with digitization and metadata entry according to established procedures.
  • Work with staff to establish and carry out Records Management workflow and procedures
  • Contribute content for monthly newsletter and Findings blog.
  • Assist with onsite research appointments and other duties as assigned.


  • Current or recent Masters of Library Science student with a specialization in archives
  • Knowledge of basic archival principles of processing, arranging and describing collections
  • Familiarity with ArchivesSpace, EAD, and XML desired
  • Experience or coursework in Records Management preferred
  • Knowledge of modern and contemporary art a plus


Established in 1973, the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum Archives exists to collect, preserve, and provide access to all historical documentation of the Solomon R. Guggenheim Foundation (SRGF) and the records related to the history and activities of the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum (SRGM) for the purpose of administrative support and historical research. The Archives traces the development of Solomon R. Guggenheim’s private collection and SRGF and actively collects materials on the history of SRGM in New York from its inception in 1939 as the Museum of Non-Objective Painting on East 54th Street, to the present as the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum on 1071 Fifth Avenue.

If interested, please send a resume, cover letter, and two (2) references to:

Tali Han

Assistant Archivist

Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum


Job Posting: Library Assistant, Museum of Modern Art, NYC

The Museum of Modern Art is currently accepting applications for a Library Assistant who will be responsible for the following tasks:

  • Pages, shelves, and checks out library materials as well as maintains stack areas.
  • Packs and ships materials between libraries (mid-town and Queens).
  • Maintains items, holdings, and patron records in library database.
  • Identifies materials in need of preservation or housing.
  • Works with colleagues to identify and address problems and new situations.

Additionally the incumbent concentrates in one or more of the following functions:

  • Serials– checks in periodical issues, claims missing and late issues, maintains, initiates, and cancels subscriptions, and works with associate librarian to add and maintain bibliographic records;
  • Resource Sharing (Interlibrary Loan)– processes incoming and outgoing requests in OCLC system, coordinates materials between Manhattan and QNS Libraries, handles materials for transport (packing, checkout, mail preparation, unpacking, checking), and coordinates with bibliographer regarding purchase versus loan and with NYARC;
  • Cataloging– copy-catalogs using OCLC system and maintains bibliographic and item records;
  • Housing and Labeling– processes materials with labels, property stamps, barcodes, and housing;
  • Acquisitions– searches for duplicate materials, copy-catalogs using OCLC Connection, creates call numbers and minimal records for small exhibition catalogs (AEC/GEC), processes exchange requests, and acknowledges gifts.

Reports to Librarian, Reader Services.

Qualified candidates will possess a Bachelor’s degree in art history or fine arts with at least one year library-related experience.  Familiarity with automated library systems.  General familiarity with contemporary or modern art.  Reading knowledge of foreign language(s) a plus.  Ability to work independently with high level of accuracy.  Ability to deal effectively and pleasantly with users of the Library, Museum staff, and Library patrons.  Ability to lift 30 pounds and to reach high and low shelves.

More information and application: http://www.moma.org/about/jobs

Job Posting: Head, Museum Library, University of Pennsylvania’s Archaeology & Anthropology Museum Library, Philadelphia, PA


Penn Libraries seeks an accomplished, energetic, service-oriented and creative librarian to serve the Univ. of Pennsylvania’s Archaeology & Anthropology Museum Library. This position carries a number of responsibilities including serving as the primary library research and collections liaison to the Department of Anthropology; supporting the core curatorial areas within the Penn Museum; and supporting the museum’s departments of Academic Engagement and Learning Programs. This position will provide liaison services to Museum curators, keepers, staff, and related interdisciplinary and area studies constituencies on campus. Also critical to this position is creative engagement with the wide variety of graduate and undergraduate students affiliated with the museum. The Museum Library provides access to and support for new, innovative forms of digital scholarship, scholarly communication, and pedagogy in ancient, archaeological, and anthropological studies and this position will be central to helping coordinate these conversations with a diverse group of librarians, faculty, students, and museum staff.

The museum librarian will:
Build current and retrospective collections in all formats; manage general and restricted endowed acquisitions funds; coordinate preservation, digitization, and other aspects of collection maintenance, including selection for offsite storage; and provide general and specialized research assistance for Penn Museum staff, Penn faculty and students, visiting research fellows and scholars from the US and abroad. The librarian provides public services and bibliographic instruction in the use of print and electronic resources in various library and classroom settings; creates resource guides and web sites to assist students and researchers; consults with staff in the Information Processing Center to facilitate timely acquisitions and processing; and coordinates service and collection policies closely with other subject specialist and area studies librarians. This position also will have some supervisory responsibilities including oversight of general circulation and access services, document delivery services, and library facilities. This librarian represents Penn in the relevant regional, national, and international professional and scholarly organizations.

Under the supervision of the Fisher Fine Arts Head Librarian, this position falls within the Teaching, Research, and Learning Directorate.


  • An ALA-accredited Master’s degree in library science or equivalent combination of education and professional library experience
  • Demonstrated academic strength in a field pertinent to Anthropology, Archaeology, or Museum Studies.
  • 3-5 years professional library work in an academic or research library
  • Excellent interpersonal skills and ability to work successfully and collegially with a diverse group of colleagues and scholars
  • A demonstrated understanding of current developments in information and museum studies
  • Significant experience with research tools available for the use of researchers in the humanities.

Preferred Qualifications:

  • Graduate degree in Anthropology, Archaeology, or Museum Studies
  • Broad familiarity with academic research in the fields represented within the Museum;
  • Reading proficiency in a foreign language
  • Experience conducting instruction in an academic setting or experience with public outreach programs or equivalent experience with instruction, outreach, and assistance for individual researchers
  • Supervisory experience
  • Experience managing budgets
  • A record of demonstrated experience with technology and digital projects
  • Strong familiarity with teaching and research technologies supported by an academic or research library
  • Demonstrated success working collaboratively with all levels of users and staff, across all functions of the library system
  • Ability to work effectively in a rapidly changing environment

Applicants apply at:  http://jobs.hr.upenn.edu/postings/16322