re-sending P.T. cataloging position

Gary Handman (ghandman@library.berkeley.edu)
Tue, 6 Jul 1999 12:11:05 -0700 (PDT)

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>The posting that I just sent you (Part time cataloging position) omitted
some data from the "Apply To" address. I am re-sending the posting with
all address info included.
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>6.24.99
>PART-TIME CATALOGER
>THE SCHOOL OF THE ART INSTITUTE OF CHICAGO
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>The John M. Flaxman Library of the School of the Art Institute of Chicago
(SAIC) seeks a Part-time Cataloger (20 hours per week) to perform the
following duties:
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>* Cataloging, classifying, and supervising the processing of library
materials as assigned (books, serials, videos, films, CD-ROMS...).
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>* Insuring that all cataloging meets current national standards and
conforms to local policies.
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>* Contributing to cooperative cataloging and bibliographic control
programs in OCLC and ILLINET Online.
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>* Working with Technical Services staff to establish goals, priorities,
policies and procedures.
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>* Reports to the Head of Technical Services.
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>REQUIREMENTS:
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>* MLS degree from ALA-accredited institution (completed or in process).
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>* Minimum 2 years professional or para-professional experience in online
cataloging using a major bibliographic utility.
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>* Demonstrated ability to interact well with staff in the process of
planning and change.
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>* Knowledge of LC classification, LCSH, MARC, AACR2.
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>PREFERED:
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>* Experience using DRA.
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>* Experience with Windows95 and/or WindowsNT.
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>* Background in art, art history.
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>* Knowledge of material preservation techniques.
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>TO APPLY:
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>Send cover letter and resumé to: Joanne Kang, Human Resources, Art
Institute of Chicago, MC/465, 111 South Michigan, Chicago 60603 Fax:
312/857-0141. E-mail: aic.jobs@artic.edu (use MC # as topic). E.O.E.
Applications will be reviewed as received. Position open until filled.
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Gary Handman
Director
Media Resources Center
Moffitt Library
UC Berkeley 94720-6000
http://www.lib.berkeley.edu/MRC

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