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Job: Metadata Librarian at University of Kansas

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Metadata Librarian
University of Kansas
Lawrence

The University of Kansas Libraries seeks a knowledgeable, enthusiastic and
innovative individual to articulate and execute a vision for enhancing
resource access and discovery in the evolving world of diverse library
collections and digital scholarship. The
Metadata Librarian provides leadership to the University of Kansas Libraries
and the campus community on the creation, analysis and curation of
metadata. The position serves as the Libraries' primary
resource for non-MARC metadata design, structure and standards.

  
Reporting to the Assistant Dean for Information Technology and Discovery
Services, the Metadata Librarian is a member of the Metadata, Data, and
Discovery Services team. The Metadata Librarian develops
workflows for efficiently incorporating high-quality metadata into
repositories, publishing platforms, and other systems. In
close collaboration with colleagues throughout the Libraries, the position
defines, coordinates, and completes projects that improve management of and
access to digital resources. The Metadata Librarian
consults with faculty and campus researchers on metadata and data in support
of digital scholarship to enhance research, teaching, and learning at the
University of Kansas.

  
This is a full time, 12-month, tenure-track faculty position. See [Handbook
for Faculty and Other Unclassified Staff](https://documents.ku.edu/policies/pr
ovost/FacultyandUnclassifiedStaffHandbook.pdf) for criteria.

  
Rank considerations are based on professional performance, research, and
service experience sufficient to qualify for appointment at the rank of
Assistant Librarian, Associate Librarian, or Librarian. Exceptional candidates
at higher ranks may, in some cases, be considered. For additional details, see
KU Libraries' [Criteria for Ranks and the Libraries'
Discipline Expectations](http://lfpa.ku.edu/sites/lfpa.ku.edu/files/docs/Crite
ria%20for%20Academic%20Ranks%20of%20Library%20Faculty%20May%202015.pdf).

  
**Responsibilities**  
  
_70% Professional Responsibilities_

  * Provides expertise on metadata production and workflows for description, discovery, access, administration and preservation of digital objects
  * Creates, enhances, and curates metadata for digital collections that promote interoperability and discovery, including migrating existing data into new structures and formats
  * Collaborates with internal and external partners in the selection, design, and adaptation of metadata schema, controlled vocabularies, and data dictionaries
  * Expands staff awareness of and experience with emerging metadata standards and formats, developing documentation, and providing training.
  * Collaborates with local, national, and international partners on research to advance the effective use of metadata in digital library services.
_20% Research_

Contributes to the profession's collective knowledge by engaging in scholarly
research activity. Research may involve the publication of articles, books,
book reviews, grant-supported inquiry, or editorial work.

  
_10% Service_

  * Engages in service to the Libraries, the University and to professional organizations by participating in committee work, projects, and other contributory achievements.
  * Represent KU Libraries in regional, national, and/or international professional organizations of relevance to higher education and academic libraries. Participate in regional, national, and/or international consortial collaborations.
  
**Required Qualifications**  

  * ALA-accredited MLS by date of appointment.
  * Demonstrated experience working with standard metadata formats (e.g., MODS, EAD, RDF, PREMIS, etc.) as evidenced by application materials,
  * Excellent written communication as demonstrated by application materials.
**Preferred Qualifications**

  * Demonstrated initiative in investigating new ideas and implementing change.
  * Excellent oral communication skills and the ability to collaborate effectively with diverse constituents.
  * Experience using a programming language (e.g., Python, Ruby, PHP) to automate tasks and interact with APIs.
  * Familiarity with XML/XSLT and JSON.
  * Experience transforming metadata between standard formats.
  * Familiarity with principles of cataloging, controlled vocabularies, and linked data.
  * Ability to provide effective individual and group training.
  * Engagement in national/international standards and professional organizations related to metadata.
  * Experience with DSpace, Fedora Commons, Islandora, and/or ArchivesSpace.
  
Application deadline is June 3, 2016.

  
Apply at [https://employment.ku.edu/academic/6075BR](https://employment.ku.edu
/academic/6075BR)



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