Under the direction of the CMS Administrative Supervisor creates original catalog records in all formats following the appropriate national standards and CUL policies for materials from Southeast Asia, with a focus on materials in Indonesian; this work includes the creation of data in the MARC bibliographic, holdings and authorities formats. Additionally, the incumbent will collaborate with Echols Collection curators to determine the priority of materials alongside the desired level of description.
This is a half time, 20-hours per week position.
Bachelor's degree or equivalent experience or training.
Working knowledge of Indonesian.
Ability to exercise judgment and self-direction on matters related to cataloging.
Ability to work well alone, with minimal supervision, and in groups.
Consistency in and aptitude for detailed work.
Good interpersonal, writing and communication skills.
No relocation assistance provided for this position.
No visa sponsorship available for this position.
Two or more years cataloging experience, preferably in a research library.
Working knowledge of library bibliographic database software, Voyager and OCLC preferred.
Excellent knowledge of MARC21 bibliographic and authorities formats.
Experience cataloging materials using the Resource Description and Access (RDA) content standard, applying Library of Congress or FAST subject headings.
Essential Physical Requirements: Typically lifts 10 to 20 lbs
Visual: Close concentration
Hazards: Limited exposure
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Cataloger - SP
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