Area Studies Order Specialist
This position serves as the Area Studies Order and Receipt Specialist. This position is responsible for incoming order requests and receipt of materials in Arabic, Spanish, Portuguese, Hebrew, Russian and Greek, as well as non-book materials, e.g. audiovisual; collects all data needed in order to release purchase orders to monograph materials suppliers; receives monographic materials, updates and closes order records; provides copy cataloging of monographic materials according to national standards and local guidelines and serves as liaison to Area Studies Collection Managers (with the exception of East Asian Studies) for all aspects of the order, receipt, and copy cataloging processing for monographs handled in the OSU Libraries Acquisitions Department. Target hiring range: $12.91 - $15.00/hour. Position number: 376295. For more information and to apply please visit the personnel postings at www.jobsatosu.com, by June 30th.
Partner Relations Coordinator
University Libraries Digital Content Services (DCS) engages with partners across the University to increase the amount, value, and impact of OSU-produced digital content. DCS offers support by organizing, providing access, distributing, and preserving digital scholarship through the Knowledge Bank repository and the Libraries Publishing Program. The DCS Partner Relations Coordinator works under the direction of the Institutional Repository Services Librarian and is the initial DCS contact for potential new content, responding to requests for information and accompanying subject specialists in first and follow up conversations with potential partners. These conversations often include a preliminary assessment of the potential partner’s goals in light of Library goals and policies, and a follow-up assessment of what is needed to present and distribute the content online. The person in this position works closely with the Institutional Repository Services Librarian, the Digital Publishing Librarian, and the Head of the Department to develop and maintain partner relationships. The position requires an in-depth understanding of the suite of digital content services provided by the department, sound judgment and decision making. There is a potential for supervisory responsibilities for student staff. Target Hiring Range: $40,000-$45,000 annually. Position Number: 376553. For more information and to apply please visit the personnel postings at www.jobsatosu.com, from June 17th through June 30th.
Rights Management Specialist
The Ohio State University Libraries are seeking a dynamic, innovative, and service-oriented individual for the position of Rights Management Specialist (Program Coordinator) within the Copyright Resources Center. The Copyright Resources Center provides information and resources to The Ohio State University community on topics and activities related to copyright. Reporting to the Head of the Copyright Resources Center, the successful candidate will assist in the development of instruction, guidance, communications, and advocacy on copyright issues to the University and University Libraries. This position reports to the Head of Copyright Resources Center.Target Hiring Range: $38,000-$42,000 annually. To apply to this posting please visit www.jobsatosu.com, Position Number: 376128. Application deadline is June 16, 2013.
East Asian Studies Program Assistant
The Libraries’ East Asian Studies unit furthers academic research about and engagement with East Asia throughout the university, with a focus on supporting academic success in the University’s East Asian Studies Center, Institute for Chinese Studies , Institute for Japanese Studies , Institute for Korean Studies and Department of East Asian Languages and Literatures (DEALL) by building a strong, distinctive, interdisciplinary and responsive collection and engaging scholars in teaching, learning and research. This position assists in the selection, management and use of distinctive collections by coordinating and implementing activities such as acquisitions, cataloging, searching, reference, outreach and access support at high levels of complexity and responsibility.
Target Hiring Range: $13.25-$16.15/hour. To apply to this posting please visit www.jobsatosu.com, Position Number: 374616. Application deadline is June 16, 2013.
Special Collections Processing Coordinator
The Processing Coordinator will build and implement a program consisting of effective and consistent processes to arrange, describe, and provide access to the diverse archival, manuscript, art, and other format collections in the Ohio State University Libraries Special Collections. The position will work collaboratively to improve intellectual and physical control over non-published materials, facilitating the discovery and use of these materials by researchers, and ensuring that the library can effectively manage primary source collections. Establishes policies, procedures and best practices that guide archival processing activity for all special collections. Directly coordinates processing of special collections housed in OSUs Thompson Library (Hilandar Research Library, Jerome Lawrence and Robert E. Lee Theatre Research Institute, and Rare Books and Manuscripts Library). Provides workflow planning and standards-based guidance to Archives. Collaborates closely with the Billy Ireland Cartoon Library and Museum to align standards and practices across departments.
Target hiring range $36,000 – 40,000. To apply to this posting please visit www.jobsatosu.com, Posting number: 375973. Application deadline is June 9, 2013.
This position is responsible for cataloging materials, primarily in Hebrew, in various formats using national, international and OSU rules and standards. This position requires knowledge of cataloging rules and standards (e.g. AACR2/RDA, LCSH, OCLC Input Standards and MARC formats); knowledge of local system structure and functions; analytical and problem-solving skills, with ability to work independently and set priorities. It also requires expertise in database management, expertise in using the LC classification schedules and LC Subject Headings (LCSH), and expertise in searching and interpreting OCLC databases (Worldcat and its authority files). This position reports to the Coordinator of the Non-Roman Languages Section in Cataloging Department.
Minimum Qualifications: Per Classified Civil Service Specs or equivalent education/experience; proficiency in reading and writing Hebrew language; Successful candidates will possess excellent written and oral communication skills, ability to work independently and as a team member, and proficiency in one or more non-English language. For more information or to apply for these positions, please visit: https://www.jobsatosu.com/ Applications will be accepted through June 16, 2013. Target Hiring Range: $12.91-$15.50/hour. Position Number: 374767.
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