Fwd: [AMIA-L] new posting

Gary Handman (ghandman@library.berkeley.edu)
Thu, 20 Feb 2003 08:00:53 -0800 (PST)

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>>Media Asset Management Librarian
>>The Media Asset Management team of Turner Entertainment Networks is
>>searching for a Media Asset Management Librarian. The Librarian will
>>develop a Metadata Structure for use by the logging and annotation group
>>and the various AOL Time Warner entities to use for the exchange of media
>>assets and media asset information. The Librarian will ensure that the
>>proper Library Cataloging procedures and Metadata Standards are being
>>adhered to for the various Metadata and Media Asset Management projects.
>>The Librarian will be responsible for creating and updating the metadata
>>dictionary/wordlist/thesaurus in conjunction with other members of the
>>Digital Asset Management team as needed for logging and annotation. This
>>includes developing wordlists to describe Turner video assets that are
>>cross-referenced and sub-categorized. This wordlist will use a
>>combination of keywords and controlled vocabulary to allow MAM users to
>>search Turner video assets by a variety of methods. Also, maintain
>>quality control of thesaurus/wordlist, including setting authority
>>control procedures and providing electronic guidance to logging and
>>annotation specialists through the creation of on-line keyword usage
>>notes. The Librarian is expected to use industry-developed and accepted
>>standards such as those established by the Library of Congress, the
>>American Library Association, and the Library and Information Technology
>>Association (LITA). Maintain a working knowledge of the development and
>>implementation common metadata standards such as Library of Congress
>>Subject Headings or Sears List of Subject Headings, MARC code, Dublic
>>Core, VRA (Visual Resources Association) core, Metadata Encoding and
>>Transmission standard (METS), W3C for xml, and other industry standards.
>>Qualifications: Expert knowledge of broadcast/cable industry,
>>particularly terminology, workflow and content. Superior written
>>communication skills, particularly spelling and vocabulary, and ability
>>to create and lead team presentations and vendor evaluation sessions.
>>Must have a high degree of focus, accuracy and attention to detail. A
>>four-year degree in Library Science, Communications or Broadcast
>>Production or equivalent work experience. Experience with the development
>>of Metadata standards and vocabulary for the broadcast/cable industry or
>>for Digital Asset Management Systems and a Masters Degree in Library
>>Science is desired. Equal Opportunity Employer Send Resume
>>to: Turner Entertainment Networks Attn: Greg Craig 1050 Techwood
>>Drive Atlanta, GA 30318 greg.craig@turner.com

Gary Handman
Director
Media Resources Center
Moffitt Library
UC Berkeley
ghandman@library.berkeley.edu
http://www.lib.berkeley.edu/MRC
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Gary Handman
Director
Media Resources Center
Moffitt Library
UC Berkeley
ghandman@library.berkeley.edu
http://www.lib.berkeley.edu/MRC

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