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Subject: JOBS: Temp Libn, University of Michigan

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From:          Laurie Crum <[log in to unmask]>
Subject:       JSTOR Production Librarian, University of Michigan
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Please address all inquiries to the name and address given at the end of
this message.

        ANN ARBOR, MI  48109-1205


(2 Year Term Appointment with possibility of extension)

JSTOR began as a Mellon Foundation funded project to build a demonstration
database of scholarly journal literature, focusing mainly on the
humanities and social sciences.  With the demonstration project
successfully completed, JSTOR is presently a non-profit organization with
an executive director in New York City and technological, production, and
user support services based at the University of Michigan.  Access to the
database is currently available at fifteen academic test sites via a World
Wide Web browser-based interface.  Journals are scanned at off-site
scanning bureaus and mounted on servers at the University of Michigan as
both high resolution image files and ASCII text files.
The JSTOR Production Coordinator has responsibility for developing and
specifying production processes, as well as for managing relations with
various service vendors, including scanning bureaus, periodical
replacement services, and binding contractors.
Reporting to the JSTOR Production Coordinator, the JSTOR Production
Librarian will directly supervise all on-going production activities and
will work closely with the Production Coordinator to ensure that
production activities meet goals set by the JSTOR management team.

REQUIRED:       ALA accredited MLS.  Minimum of 1-2 years experience
(professional or pre-professional) in a library or other large
organizational environment with detailed, time-sensitive processes.
Demonstrated experience with client/server information systems and
demonstrated facility with Hypertext Markup Language, including experience
with authoring HTML documents.  Evidence of familiarity with process
documentation.  Demonstrated oral and written communication skills and
demonstrated ability to work in a team environment.  Demonstrated ability
to work effectively in a multicultural environment.
DESIRED:        Previous supervisory/training experience.  Knowledge of
serials.  Experience working in a UNIX environment.

RANK, SALARY& LEAVE:  Rank of Assistant Librarian. Minimum salary of
$29,500; 24 working days of  vacation a year; 15 days of sick leave a year
with provisions for extended benefits.


TO APPLY:       Send cover letter & copy of resume to:  Karen Downing;
Library Human Resources; 404 Hatcher Graduate Library North;  University
of Michigan; Ann Arbor, Michigan  48109-1205. Applications received by
12/2/96 will be given first consideration.

Laurie Crum
Director of Recruitment and Student Services
School of Information
"A man's life in these parts depends on a mere scrap of information."
     --Clint Eastwood, A Fistful of Dollars