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Job: E-Serials Bibliographic Control Specialist (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, Illinois) at University of Illinois at Urbana–Champaign

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E-Serials Bibliographic Control Specialist  (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, Illinois)
University of Illinois at Urbana–Champaign
Champaign

The University of Illinois Urbana Champaign seeks an innovative and
knowledgeable professional to serve in the position of E-Serials Bibliographic
Control Specialist. This is an academic professional position for an entry
level librarian with the requisite skills or course work or for a non-MLS
professional with appropriate experience and skills. This position is largely
responsible for developing and implementing library's e-serials bibliographic
control policy and practice. Under the direction of the Head of Content and
Access Management, s(he) is to work to establish efficient work procedures and
maintain high standards of both quality and production of bibliographic
control for the Library's large collection of serials. The E-Serials
Bibliographic Control Specialist will work in the Content Access Management
unit within the Technical Services Division. The position will work in a team
environment with those Division faculty and staff responsible for the
cataloging and management of e-serials and maintenance of serials in all
formats.

  
The E-Serials Bibliographic Control Specialist responsibilities:

  * Establish and help implement e-serials bibliographic control best practices and workflows in conjunction with Acquisitions ordering staff and the E-Resources Librarian
  * Will supervise the day-to-day workflow of the Serials Cataloging unit (3 senior library specialist and 1 library specialist), including original cataloging, complex copy cataloging, and serials maintenance work
  * Coordinate workflows for serials cataloging within Content Access Management and assist Acquisitions in establishing best practices for binding updates, maintenance of serial pattern records, and serials ordering statuses
  * Train staff in all aspects of e-serials cataloging, including the development of documentation meeting national cataloging standards
  * Perform bibliographic control duties including adding, updating, and correcting bibliographic and holding records for electronic and print serials
  * Work with staff outside Content Access Management to routinely and consistently update print serial holdings for currently received serials as well as for retrospective maintenance projects
  * Coordinate work on maintaining links for A&I databases and serial titles that cannot be added to the link resolver and the E-Serial A to Z list, in consultation with the E-Resources Librarian and the Electronic Resources and Acquisitions Support Specialist
  * Create original bibliographic records for newly acquired serials
  * Participate and lead in meetings involving discussion of bibliographic control matters for serials, including policy workflow and special projects
  * Help investigate additional solutions for bibliographic control of e-serials including using vendor records, ONYX feeds, and the MARCIt service
  
This position may participate in research activity regarding issues in
bibliographic control in digital library environments and the impact of
implementing emerging cataloging standards in user services and discovery
services.

  
As the information landscape is changing, this position may be asked to cover
additional and evolving services or functions related to enhancing the
discovery and delivery of library content.

  
Environment: The University of Illinois Library at Urbana-Champaign is one of
the preeminent research libraries in the world. With more than 13 million
volumes and significant digital resources, it ranks second in size among
academic research libraries in the United States and first among public
university libraries in the world. As the intellectual heart of the campus,
the Library is committed to maintaining the strongest possible collections and
services and engaging in research and development activities in pursuit of the
University's mission of teaching, scholarship, and public service. The Library
currently employs approximately 90 faculty and 300 academic professionals,
staff, and graduate assistants. For more detailed information, please visit
. The Library consists of multiple departmental libraries
located across campus, as well as an array of central public, technical, and
administrative service units. The Library also encompasses a variety of
virtual service points and "embedded librarian" programs.

  
The Content Access Management (CAM) department consists of 7 permanent and
visiting faculty and academic professionals, 20 FTE civil service staff, and
academic hourly and student employees engaged in cataloging and metadata
creation to facilitate the discovery and delivery of the Library's information
resources. The various units in CAM include Monographic Cataloging, Serials
Cataloging, Metadata Services, and Database Maintenance. Members of CAM also
contribute to electronic resources cataloging, large-scale digitization
projects, web scale discovery services, and the creation, harvesting,
enhancement, remediation, and transformation of Library metadata. The unit
participates in cooperative cataloging programs to support national and
international resource sharing.

  
Qualifications:

Required:

  * ALA accredited master's degree in library or information science
  * Demonstrated supervisory experience
  * Serials cataloging experience in an academic or research library setting or cataloging experience with electronic resources
  * Familiarity with cataloging rules, standards, and tools such as MARC, RDA, AACR2, LCSH, and CONSER standards
  * Solid computer skills including spreadsheet and database applications
  * Effective organizational, interpersonal, and communication skills
  * Ability to work independently as well as cooperatively and flexibly with a wide variety of staff in a rapidly changing environment
Preferred:

  * Experience with ExLibris Voyager integrated library system
  * Experience with MarcEdit software
  * Experience with other non-MARC metadata standards
  * Familiarity with electronic resources standards and related initiatives, evolving practices, and NACO or other PCC programs
  
Salary and Rank: Salary commensurate with credentials and experience.
Librarians have faculty rank, and must demonstrate excellence in
librarianship, research, and university/professional/community service in
order to meet university standards for tenure and promotion. For more
information, see .



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