Please excuse cross-postings... *LAC Group *seeks a *Metadata Specialist* for an on-site position at a prestigious federal museum in the Washington, DC area. The individual selected will provide analysis and transformation of cultural heritage metadata and use a variety of automated and manual techniques to cleanse, transform, and modify cultural heritage metadata in a collection management system. This is a 40-hour a week, on-site, benefited position. *Responsibilities:* - Develop and implement complex data analyses to develop crosswalks and data transformations - Review and analyze location data within institutional content management system using data analytical tools to index, assess, and identify mapping of locations - Prepare recommendations for data transformation - Present findings in easy-to-comprehend written summaries, spreadsheets, and data visualizations - Provide additional data services as needed: data cleaning, data transformation and migration of datasets *Qualifications:* - Bachelor’s in Mathematics, Economics, Computer Science, Information Management, Information Science, or Statistics - Two years experience performing comparable work involving data cleansing, analysis, transformation, etc. - Strong knowledge and experience with data modeling, database design, and data mining, data transformation - Experience with one or more collection management system (CMS) used for cultural heritage materials, e.g. Mimsy XG, The Museum System, PastPerfect, CatalogIt, etc. - Strong knowledge and experience with statistical analysis methods, tools, and platforms (Excel, SQL, XML, XSLT, SPSS) *To apply, please visit:* https://lac.gp/3d5Zqf1 Katy Davis Operations Assistant p: (323)302-9432 | e: [log in to unmask] L • A • C G R O U P LinkedIn <https://www.linkedin.com/in/katy-davis-006990103/> | Twitter <https://twitter.com/libgig?lang=en> The information contained in this e-mail message is confidential. If you are not the intended recipient, any dissemination or copying is strictly prohibited. If you think that you have received this e-mail message in error, please contact the sender.