Job: Slavic Language Cataloging Librarian (Princeton University)

Deadline: Open Until Filled

Princeton University Library (PUL) seeks candidates for the Slavic Language Cataloging Librarian position. The position reports to the Leader of the Western Languages Cataloging Team and actively supports the teaching and research mission of Princeton University by providing timely and accurate access to PUL collections through the creation and maintenance of bibliographic, holdings, and authority records for all the resources in Slavic languages. The position serves as the primary cataloger for Slavic language material (in all formats) in the Cataloging and Metadata Services department and engages in the full spectrum of activities relating to the creation and management of metadata for Library materials in Slavic languages.Primary Responsibilities: *Create metadata (original and copy cataloging plus related authority work) according to national and local standards for newly acquired resources, primarily in Slavic languages, as well as for other Library material in various formats and subject areas based on department needs. *Update and enhance existing metadata according to national and local standards to reflect the most recent metadata rules, and practices for monographic and serial publications in both OCLC Connexion Client and the Library’s local database. *Participate in professional activities, scholarship, and committee assignments within the Library, on campus, and in professional associations at a level to meet criteria for continuing appointment. *Assist with special projects, as assigned, and collaborate with colleagues on issues related to cataloging, resource description, and access. *Maintain current knowledge of national and international developments and trends in cataloging, metadata, and related areas.

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