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CODE4LIB  November 2006

CODE4LIB November 2006

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Job Opening: Tech Librarian/Digital Asset Management

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Ryan Newman <[log in to unmask]>

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Code for Libraries <[log in to unmask]>

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Thu, 16 Nov 2006 13:51:10 -0800

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This position is based in Union City, CA and would require onsite work.
Local candidates, please submit resumes to [log in to unmask]

Tech Librarian / Digital Asset Manager
The digital asset manager creates systems with an IT focus.
Responsibilities:
·Develop on- and off-line systems for retrieval of digitized assets by
creating processes and representation templates
·Develop editorial and formatting standards for content and images stored in
NMDB
·Develop procedures in collaboration with BGS/CA IT for suppliers to upload
their product content and images to the database
·Write training materials, procedure manuals and other documentation related
to NMDB
·Work with training staff to develop curriculum for teaching the sales force
how to use the database and related applications Core requirements
·Experience in online cataloging and archiving
·Knowledge of trends in information science pertaining to archives
·Ability to collaborate with technical staff
·Experience writing business requirements for development projects
·Initiative in generating new ideas to foster continuous improvements
Preferred
·Project management training
·Working knowledge of European languages such as French, Italian, German and
Spanish
·Master’s degree in library science, digital asset management or equivalent
experience

National Marketing Database description

Our client has a continuous need for images of products represented by our
client and its wholesaler/distributor competitors for a variety of business
functions. The primary applications that would run off the database are
sales-focused, i.e., they aid the sales person as he or she calls on an
account. Other beneficiaries include category management, POS warehousing,
and web and corporate marketing. All these parties have created their own ad
hoc procedures for obtaining product information and images, constituting a
companywide duplication of efforts that is wasteful in terms of cost and
productivity. What is more, the various images and content collections are
of variable quality, are not shared between sites within the same state, and
fall short of encompassing the entire portfolio.

The National Marketing Database would address the challenge of disjointed
efforts to obtain product images and marketing information. The processes
developed to generate images and content stored in the database would
facilitate quality control, sharing of resources, and comprehensiveness
(i.e., images and information on the entire catalogue, rather just a subset
of items, would be accessible via the database).

This position is based in Union City, CA and would require onsite work.
Local candidates, please submit resumes to [log in to unmask]

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