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Job: Librarian at American Numismatic Society

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Librarian
American Numismatic Society
New York City

The American Numismatic Society, located in New York City, invites nominations
and applications for the position of the Francis D. Campbell Librarian in its
Harry W. Bass Jr. Library. The Society is looking for an outgoing, well-
educated individual who can assist members and the public with a variety of
questions ranging from all periods of history and geographical areas.

  
The Francis D. Campbell Librarian will be in charge of the library and
archives of the Society, which is one of the largest numismatic libraries in
the world. The Society also houses significant holdings of rare numismatic
books, manuscripts and related items. The Librarian will undertake day-to-day
activities such as visitor services, acquisitions, research support for
members, and management of the Library website and its online catalogue. S/he
will perform research on aspects of the collections and contribute frequently
to the publications of the Society such as the ANS Magazine, the American
Journal of Numismatics, and other publications in the field. S/he will
supervise an assistant librarian, who is the principal cataloguer of the
collection. The Francis D. Campbell Librarian will engage in a program of
digitizing parts of the Library and collaborating with other staff in
promoting the digital resources of the American Numismatic Society. The
Librarian is expected to raise funds from public and private sources for
activities of the Library.

  
Requirements

  
• MLS or equivalent degree from an accredited school and ideally advanced
degree in a subject relevant to the Society's mission

• At least 5 years' experience in an academic or specialized library

• Experience providing research support in an academic or specialized library
setting

• Demonstrated ability to work collegially in a small team

• Ability to work independently with a variety of users • Strong public
service orientation

• Excellent analytical, organizational, oral and written communications, and
interpersonal skills

• Demonstrated record of designing special projects, securing funding for
them, and completing them in a timely manner

• Familiarity with the principles of curating rare books and manuscripts

• Commitment to conduct independent scholarly research

  
The Francis D. Campbell Librarian reports to the Executive Director.

  
For more information about the Harry W. Bass Jr. Library and the American
Numismatic Society visit numismatics.org and ANS Library.

  
Salary commensurate with experience. Generous benefits.

  
Applications should reach the Society by October 10, 2014. Please submit a
letter, a resume, names and contact of information of three referees to
[log in to unmask] Interviews will be held at the Society after October
15th, 2014.



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