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UNC-Chapel Hill position announcements

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Please share the following two announcements with anyone who might be 
interested.  One new (Latin American/Iberian Cataloger), one altered and 
reposted (Assistant Head of Technical Services and Head of Cataloging 
(Special Collections)).

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Latin American/Iberian Cataloger

<http://www.lib.unc.edu/jobs/epa/iberian.html>

Position: Latin American/Iberian Cataloger
Available: January 1, 2009

The University of North Carolina seeks an enthusiastic and collaborative 
librarian to serve as Latin American/Iberian Cataloger. The Latin 
American/Iberian Cataloger is responsible for original and complex adaptive 
cataloging of monographs in Spanish, Portuguese, and other languages of the 
Iberian Peninsula, as well as native Indian languages of Latin America. 
This individual also consults with colleagues as needed regarding 
cataloging of Latin American and Iberian materials in other formats and 
coordinates with others, as appropriate, to resolve complex cataloging 
situations. The Latin American/Iberian Cataloger supervises one 
paraprofessional.

The Latin American/Iberian Cataloger works in a collegial environment of 
cataloging specialists. Cataloging is done using OCLC's Connexion Client 
and the library's Innovative Interfaces local system. The position is in 
the Original/Adaptive Section of Resource Description & Management and 
reports to the head of the department. Catalogers at the UNC Libraries 
contribute national-level cataloging through NACO, BIBCO, and other PCC 
programs.

Qualifications

Required:
ALA-accredited MLS. Fluency in written Spanish. Cataloging experience in an 
academic or research library setting. Working knowledge of online library 
systems, AACR2R, LCRI, LCSH, MARC21 formats, and authority control. 
Excellent oral and written communication skills. Effective organizational 
and interpersonal skills. Demonstrated ability to work independently as 
well as cooperatively and flexibly with a wide variety of staff in a 
rapidly changing environment. Commitment to a high level of service to 
faculty, staff, and students. Commitment to professional participation in 
areas relevant to the position.

Preferred:
Experience with: Innovative's Millennium system; NACO, BIBCO or other PCC 
programs; electronic cataloging support tools, such as Classification Web 
and Cataloger's Desktop; and cataloging electronic resources. Reading 
knowledge of Portuguese, Catalan, Galician, or additional native languages 
of Latin America (e.g., Quechua, Nahuatl). Academic training in Latin 
American studies.

The University and The Libraries
The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill is the country's oldest 
state university. UNC-Chapel Hill has an enrollment of approximately 27,000 
students, employs more than 3,100 faculty, offers 77 doctoral degrees as 
well as professional degrees in dentistry, medicine, pharmacy and law, and 
the Library collections include over 6 million volumes. The Library is a 
member of the Association of Research Libraries, the Center for Research 
Libraries, and SOLINET. Together with the Health Sciences and Law libraries 
at Chapel Hill plus the libraries at Duke University, North Carolina 
Central University, and North Carolina State University, the members of the 
Triangle Research Libraries Network (TRLN) provide services and collections 
to their students, faculty, and staff in support of the education, 
research, and service missions of the universities.

The Region
The Triangle region is one of the most desirable places to live and work in 
North America and offers its residents a wide array of recreational, 
cultural, and intellectual activities. The mountains or the seashore are 
less than half day's drive from Chapel Hill.

The University of North Carolina is an equal opportunity employer and is 
strongly committed to the diversity of our faculty and staff.

Salary and Benefits
This is a twelve-month academic librarian appointment; salary is 
commensurate with qualifications and experience. Standard state benefits of 
annual leave, sick leave, and State or optional retirement plan. At the 
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, librarians enjoy the benefit 
of academic status and are members of the faculty council.

Deadline for Application
Review of applications will begin on December 1, 2008. Applications will be 
accepted until the position is filled, but preference will be given to 
applications received by the begin review date.

To Apply:
Please visit https://s4.its.unc.edu/RAMS4/searchCriteria.do?type=N and 
complete the online application. Be sure to include a cover letter, a 
resume and the name, mailing address, email address, and telephone number 
of three professional references.

An Equal Opportunity Employer

*******************************************
Assistant Head of Technical Services and Head of Cataloging (Special 
Collections)

<http://www.lib.unc.edu/jobs/epa/SPCO_techserv.html>

Position: Assistant Head of Technical Services and Head of Cataloging
Available: January 1, 2009

The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill seeks an experienced, 
collaborative, and enthusiastic individual to manage the cataloging of rare 
and specialized published materials for the rich, diverse, and growing 
collections of the Louis Round Wilson Special Collections Library.

Reporting to the Head of Special Collections Technical Services, the 
Assistant Head of Technical Services and Head of Cataloging will have 
direct responsibility for the cataloging of rare and specialized published 
materials in the newly consolidated Technical Services Department. 
Responsibilities are chiefly managerial in nature, but the incumbent will 
be expected to participate in cataloging of collections as needed. Working 
with the Head of Technical Services, the Assistant Head/Head of Cataloging 
will set library-wide standards and priorities for special collections, and 
will work collaboratively with curatorial, public services, and 
conservation staff. The Assistant Head/Head of Cataloging will also work 
with the University Library's general collections technical services staff 
and with staff of the Carolina Digital Library and Archives to help 
develop, articulate, and maintain shared policies and metadata standards. 
The Assistant Head/Head of Cataloging is expected to help ensure that the 
Wilson Library adopts and contributes to the development of relevant 
standards; to be involved in professional discussions on technical services 
issues; and to be active in professional organizations concerned with 
cataloging and special collections issues.

The Special Collections Technical Services Department currently includes 
approximately 12 full-time staff, plus numerous graduate and undergraduate 
student assistants. The Assistant Head/Head of Cataloging would have 
managerial responsibility for the six staff engaged in cataloging rare and 
specialized published materials chiefly housed in the Rare Book Collection 
and the North Carolina Collection.

The Louis Round Wilson Special Collections Library includes the North 
Carolina Collection, the Rare Book Collection, the Southern Historical 
Collection, the Southern Folklife Collection, and University Archives and 
Records Management Services. Together they hold extensive collections of 
books, rare books, pamphlets, government documents, newspapers, 
periodicals, maps, manuscripts, archives, photographs, audiovisual 
materials, and digital materials primarily documenting the University, 
North Carolina, and the American South. The Rare Book Collection has 
significant national and international literary and historical holdings, 
from clay tablets to medieval manuscripts to modern printings and artists' 
books.

Qualifications

Required:
ALA-accredited MLS and a minimum of three years of experience with 
cataloging special collections in an academic or research library setting, 
including a working knowledge of online library systems, AACR2r, LCRI, 
LCSH, DCRM, MARC21 formats, and authority control. Awareness of national 
and international trends in cataloging standards and bibliographic and 
authority control. Supervisory experience required. Ability to effectively 
supervise, train, and motivate cataloging staff. Reading knowledge of one 
or more European languages (Spanish especially desired). Demonstrated 
ability to work collaboratively to set priorities and accomplish goals. 
Ability to work effectively in a large and diverse organization. Commitment 
to professional participation in areas relevant to the position. Excellent 
oral communication and writing skills. Commitment to a high level of 
service to faculty, staff, and students.

Preferred:
Experience supervising professional and paraprofessional staff. Experience 
with NACO, BIBCO, or other PCC programs. Reading knowledge of one or more 
classical or non-European languages. Knowledge of standard descriptive 
bibliographies. Familiarity with Innovative's Millennium system. 
Familiarity with non-MARC metadata schema. Experience in developing and 
administering technical services grants.

The University and The Libraries
The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill is the country's oldest 
state university. UNC-Chapel Hill has an enrollment of approximately 27,000 
students, employs more than 3,100 faculty, offers 77 doctoral degrees as 
well as professional degrees in dentistry, medicine, pharmacy and law, and 
the Library collections include over 6 million volumes. The Library is a 
member of the Association of Research Libraries, the Center for Research 
Libraries, and SOLINET. Together with the Health Sciences and Law libraries 
at Chapel Hill plus the libraries at Duke University, North Carolina 
Central University, and North Carolina State University, the members of the 
Triangle Research Libraries Network (TRLN) provide services and collections 
to their students, faculty, and staff in support of the education, 
research, and service missions of the universities.

The Region
The Triangle region is one of the most desirable places to live and work in 
North America and offers its residents a wide array of recreational, 
cultural, and intellectual activities. The mountains or the seashore are 
less than half day's drive from Chapel Hill.

The University of North Carolina is an equal opportunity employer and is 
strongly committed to the diversity of our faculty and staff.

Salary and Benefits
This is a twelve-month academic librarian appointment; salary is 
commensurate with qualifications and experience. Standard state benefits of 
annual leave, sick leave, and State or optional retirement plan. At the 
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, librarians enjoy the benefit 
of academic status and are members of the faculty council.

Deadline for Application
Review of applications will begin on December 16, 2008. Applications will 
be accepted until the position is filled, but preference will be given to 
applications received by the begin review date.

To Apply:
Please visit https://s4.its.unc.edu/RAMS4/searchCriteria.do?type=N and 
complete the online application. Be sure to include a cover letter, a 
resume and the name, mailing address, email address, and telephone number 
of three professional references.

An Equal Opportunity Employer



--
Margaretta J. Yarborough, Head of Resource Description & Management
Davis Library | University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
CB# 3914 | Chapel Hill, NC 27514-8890
[log in to unmask] | 919-962-9693 (voice) | 919-962-4450 (fax)

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