Human Resources


Catalog Specialist

Catalog Specialist

A full-time, regular position reporting to the catalog librarian. The catalog specialist has primary responsibility for copy cataloging and processing of both print and non-print materials, including monographs, media, electronic resources, scores, and other materials to be added to the library’s collections.  Duties include copy cataloging in all formats, record maintenance, supervision of departmental student employees including hiring and training, and working collaboratively with other library staff.  We seek collegial and energetic candidates who welcome the opportunity to play a role in providing library services in an intensely academic community. 
Minimum qualifications:  Two years of college coursework and two years of library experience, preferably in cataloging in an academic library, or any combination of education and experience that provides the desired knowledge, skills, and abilities required to perform the job.
Desirable qualifications:  Experience with national cataloging standards and integrated library systems.  Supervisory experience. Background or experience in working with diverse populations of students, faculty, and staff.

To apply, please submit a letter of introduction discussing your qualifications, along with your resume or curriculum vitae, a list of three professional references and a completed Reed Application for Employment form (original or scanned) via email to:

Deadline to Apply:    October 22, 2012
Equal Opportunity Employer

Classification:        Library Specialist
Grade:                   NE-5
Salary Range:        $16.34-$21.58 per hour

Deadline: October 22, 2012