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Job: Head of Cataloging and Metadata Management at University of San Francisco

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Head of Cataloging and Metadata Management
University of San Francisco
San Francisco

Head of Cataloging and Metadata Management (University of San Francisco,
California)

Department: Gleeson Library Job Type: Full-Time Job Summary: The University of
San Francisco's Gleeson Library | Geschke Learning Resource Center seeks an
engaged, innovative and enthusiastic individual for new department Head of
Cataloging and Metadata Management. As a member of the library leadership
team, this individual will help connect library resources to our community and
foster a culture of communication and collaboration. A key position objective
is to facilitate great library experiences by creating and supporting seamless
access to library resources and collections. The position combines cataloging
and metadata services responsibilities in close collaboration with the
Acquisitions and Collection Management team, Library Systems and other key
library departments. Immediate responsibilities will involve day-to-day
operational duties combined with establishing unit strategic priorities,
implementing changes to departmental workflows and organizational units. Job
Responsibilities: Reporting to the University Library Dean, the Head of
Cataloging and Metadata Management is responsible for supervising 4.0 FTE
staff and librarians. Cataloging and Metadata Management duties include
managing the libraries' 1.1M bibliographic item catalog as well as the
creation of new cataloging/metadata records. Duties also include managing all
cataloging/metadata services, in all formats and languages, supervising and
mentoring staff and ensuring that library information resources are rapidly
and adequately described in the libraries' catalog. Additional duties include:
hiring and training staff and librarians; collecting and analyzing data and
statistics related to the collection; perform original and copy cataloging;
coordinate and participate with other units in metadata creation for our
digital collections using industry standard protocols; participation in local
and national professional organizations; service to the USF community;
collection development liaison to one or more academic departments and other
duties as assigned. Evening and weekend hours may be required. Librarians are
part of the USF Faculty Association (USFFA), an AFT collective bargaining
unit. Appointment is at the Associate Librarian level. Minimum Qualifications:
ALA accredited MLIS or MLS degree; experience with an integrated library
system (preferably Innovative Interfaces). In a team-based environment,
familiarity with RDA, MARC21, AACR2, LCC/LCSH, EAD and Dublin Core; OCLC
Connexion and Library of Congress subject headings/classification.
Demonstrated day-to-day technical services, cataloging and metadata
creation/management operations experience; knowledge of tools to transform
and/or crosswalk metadata; experience with the latest library resource
'discovery' systems (e.g. EBSCO); ability to analyze technical
services/cataloging workflows and implement service improvements in light of
local and national library trends; demonstrated experience solving complex
cataloging/technical services problems; experience working with library
vendors; digital/digitization projects; demonstrated successful supervisory
experience; project management experience; experience with consortia;
outstanding interpersonal, written and oral communications skills; experience
using spreadsheets and other data analysis tools; ability to work
collaboratively and collegially in a dynamic, complex and rapidly evolving
environment. Preferred Experience: Five or more years' related experience in a
cataloging/technical services environment within an academic library setting.
Early career librarians are encouraged to apply. To be considered for this
position please visit our web site and apply on line at the following link:
[http://apptrkr.com/483958](http://apptrkr.com/483958) EEO Policy The
University of San Francisco is an equal opportunity institution of higher
education. As a matter of policy, the University does not discriminate in
employment, educational services and academic programs on the basis of an
individual's race, color, religion, religious creed, ancestry, national
origin, age (except minors), sex, gender identity, sexual orientation, marital
status, medical condition (cancer-related and genetic-related) and disability,
and the other bases prohibited by law. The University reasonably accommodates
qualified individuals with disabilities under the law. 



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