POSITION AVAILABLE (New York University Law School Library) Marcia Tuttle 29 Apr 1999 20:48 UTC

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Date: Thu, 29 Apr 1999 14:29:07 -0400
From: Mary Chapman <mc3@IS2.NYU.EDU>


Description:   Reporting to the Head of Cataloging, this librarian will
catalog and classify legal and law-related materials in a variety of
languages and in all formats, including electronic and Internet
resources, with an emphasis on serials and on original cataloging, using
LC classification.  Maintain authority control.   Participate in
reclassifying to LC the  parts of the collection not yet done and in
implementing new LC schedules for international law.  Assist in
maintaining cataloging workflow, establishing cataloging procedures, and
with staff training and supervision.

Required qualifications:   Bachelors degree and ALA-accredited MLS.
Thorough knowledge of AACR2, LC classification and subject headings,  MARC
formats.  Two years' cataloging experience using RLIN and/or OCLC;
experience with Innovative Interfaces or other major online local library
system; experience with Windows and  WWW.    Reading knowledge of German
or French.  Organizational skills and potential for further development;
ability to work both independently and as a team member, and to
communicate effectively with individuals and groups.  This opening is a
tenure-track position.  Competitive salary depending on qualifications.
Excellent fringe benefits.  Available: July 1, 1999.

Application procedures:   Application with a resume and the names and
addresses of 3 references should be sent to:  M. Kathleen Price, Director
of the Library and Professor of Law, New York University School of Law
Library, 40 Washington Square South, New York, N.Y. 10012.    Fax:  (212)

NYU encourages applications from women and members of minority groups.