Master’s degree in Library Science from an ALA accredited college or university required. Knowledge of metadata and archival encoding standards, including but not limited to EAD, MARC, XML, and Dublin Core. Familiarity with copyright issues, digital rights, digital preservation and technical metadata. Background in developing digital initiatives such as archival projects or database–backed dynamic websites, knowledge of current Web technologies for digital content delivery. Excellent oral and written communication skills.
Create, edit, and maintain digital archives and metadata for the District. Represent the Acquisitions and Bibliographic Services Department on district-wide committees. Serve as the District’s liaison to community organizations. Manage the physical archives, which include photographs, negatives and print publications. Stay abreast of current digital standards and train staff on any changes. Perform original cataloging of all types of library materials. Occasionally work on public service desks conducting reference interviews with library users in person or by telephone. May serve as person in charge of department or building in the absence of a supervisor. Position may require use of personal or library vehicle on library business. Other related duties as assigned.
Please see full posting and submit your application at https://careers.hdpl.org.
Online applications required. Applications accepted until 12:00 p.m. (Pacific time) on Wednesday, November 25, 2015.