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Come work with us!

6 Feb

Two new gigs opening up at the Cornell University Library:

DCAPS Program Support Assistant (Admin. Assistant IV, Band D), DCAPS/Digital Scholarship and Preservation Services   Application Link for External Candidates Only

This three-year term, 30 hour per week position will work under the general supervision of the Digital Curation Services Lead, and under the functional direction of the Digital Projects Librarian, and will assist the DCAPS Coordinator and Director of Digitization and Conservation Services in organizing, managing and tracking projects as they progress through the unit’s workflow and reach completion.    Manage project records in a variety of systems;  Research incomplete Arts and Sciences (A&S) projects and collaborate in crafting concrete steps to bring them to completion; Coordinate project updates for monthly DCAPS Project Overview meetings; Monitor, manage and respond appropriately to the correspondence in the DCAPS email account.

Physics, Astronomy and Mathematics Librarian (Assistant Librarian), Science and Technology Libraries  Application Link for External Candidates Only

The PAM Librarian will be responsible for collections and responsive services to research and teaching faculty, staff, and students in the Physics, Astronomy, and Mathematics and Statistics departments, in addition to being a library liaison to the associated units:  Center for Applied Mathematics, Applied & Engineering Physics and Operations Research & Information Engineering.  The PAM Librarian will report to the Director of the Science and Technology Libraries on the vision, mission and responsibilities of the library, will work with the Science and Technology Libraries (STL) Administrative Manager on access services matters, and collaborate with the current Mathematics Librarian, Chemistry Librarian and the two Engineering Librarians on services and collections.

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Come work with us! Business Research Librarian

23 Mar

We’re looking for a Business Research and Instruction Librarian to join us at Cornell’s Hospitality, Labor, and Management Library!

Apply here!


 

Business Research Librarian-31405

Description
The Business & Hospitality Research Team at Cornell University Library is looking for creative and forward-thinking candidates to join their group as a Business Research and Instruction Librarian. The successful candidate will provide research and instruction support to the faculty, students, and staff of the newly announced Cornell College of Business. Above all, candidates must be excited by the opportunity to develop the relationships and services needed to support success at a top-ranked business school.

Duties and Responsibilities:
Reporting to the Assistant Director of Research & Learning Services, the Business Research and Instruction Librarian:

  • Designs, teaches, and assesses instruction sessions, including working with faculty to develop curriculum-integrated instructional programs.
  • Provides direct research assistance to the College of Business community and Cornell researchers with business information needs.
  • Contributes actively to team building, goal setting, and long term planning for the department.
  • Collaborates with colleagues and customers across Cornell University.
  • Cultivates personal subject knowledge and skills through training and self-directed learning; participates actively in professional organizations, library, and university committees; and engages in scholarly pursuits.

Qualifications

  • An ALA-accredited MLS or equivalent graduate degree.
  • Demonstrated interest and excitement for business as a discipline.
  • Passion for and experience with teaching and research support.
  • Strong analytical, quantitative, problem-solving, and critical-thinking skills, especially in a research context.
  • Excellent interpersonal, organizational, and written/oral communication skills.
  • Ability to resolve competing demands in an environment of fast-paced change.
  • Strong service ethic and customer-centered thinking.
  • Demonstrated ability to work independently and collaboratively in a service-oriented environment.
  • Commitment to the Hospitality, Labor and Management Library’s core values of collaboration, excellence, flexibility, innovation, integrity, and service.

Preferred Qualifications:

  • Demonstrated excellence in teaching and research support.
  • At least 1 year of business research experience in a corporate or academic environment.
  • Intermediate to advanced knowledge of Excel or other software relevant to data manipulation and statistical analysis.
  • Advanced degree or coursework in business or related fields.
  • Willingness to explore the use of new technology or methods in support of effectively achieving goals, with a high tolerance for risk and failure.

Environment:

The Business & Hospitality Research Team serves the newly announced Cornell College of Business, which will be comprised of Cornell’s three accredited business programs: the School of Hotel Administration, the Charles H. Dyson School of Applied Economics and Management, and the Samuel Curtis Johnson Graduate School of Management. The College of Business will be one of the most comprehensive business schools in the nation with 145 research faculty and nearly 2,900 undergraduate, professional (MBA), and graduate students. Based on the past success of its future member units, The College of Business will cement the University’s position as a world-class center of teaching and research for business management and entrepreneurship.

In addition to traditional library services that support the academic and career research needs of the College of Business, the Business & Hospitality Research Team welcomes candidates with a keen eye towards innovative and user-focused programs. The librarians in this team are members of the larger Research & Learning Services (RLS) department within the Hospitality, Labor, and Management (HLM) Library. In addition to the College of Business, HLM RLS supports the Industrial and Labor Relations School with a dedicated Labor and Employment Research Team. HLM’s physical footprint includes three facilities integrated into the schools they currently serve. The successful candidate will join a team of 10 professionals serving the hospitality, labor, and business information needs of the university.

Cornell University is an innovative Ivy League university and a great place to work. Our inclusive community of scholars, students and staff impart an uncommon sense of larger purpose and contribute creative ideas to further the university’s mission of teaching, discovery and engagement. Located in Ithaca, NY, Cornell’s far-flung global presence includes the medical college’s campuses on the Upper East Side of Manhattan and Doha, Qatar, as well as the new Cornell Tech campus to be built on Roosevelt Island in the heart of New York City.

Diversity and Inclusion are a part of Cornell University’s heritage. We are a recognized employer and educator valuing AA/EEO, Protected Veterans, and Individuals with Disabilities.

Come work with us! Railroad Collections Project Archivist

16 Feb

The Kheel Center is hiring an 18-month position is support of this totally awesome project. Description below, link to the application here.


 

Railroad Collections Project Archivist-31039

Description
Cornell University Library’s Kheel Center for Labor-Management Documentation & Archives seeks qualified candidates for an 18-month, temporary professional position as Railroad Collections Project Archivist. The successful candidate will improve description of 65 archival collections documenting railroad history in the United States, coordinate digitization of roughly 1,600 photographs, and assist with outreach efforts related to the project.

With rich manuscript and media collections pertaining to labor unions, management theory and practice, and labor relations and as part of the Martin P. Catherwood Library, the Kheel Center supports the curriculum and research interests of Cornell’s School of Industrial and Labor Relations (ILR School) and attracts scholars nationwide and from all over the world.

The Catherwood Library in the ILR School is the nation’s most comprehensive library for workplace issues, specializing in labor history, human resources, collective bargaining, organizational behavior, and international and comparative labor movements. In 2010, Catherwood consolidated with the Nestlé Hospitality Library and the Management Library to form a single structure serving Cornell’s specialized business and labor Schools. The consolidated structure serves over 1800 undergraduates, 1300 graduate students, 100 resident faculty, and extensive distance education, executive education, and extension programs. Cornell University Library is a leading academic research library with outstanding collections, service and instructional programs, and a leader in digital library applications including digitization of its print collections and development of strategies for curation of the research output of its faculty.

Responsibilities: Reporting to the Director of the Kheel Center and working closely with other staff, the Railroad Collections Project Archivist is responsible for: assessing the detailed description needs for 65 archival collections documenting railroad history; enhancing basic descriptions of those 65 archival collections as appropriate; and coordinating digitization and online delivery of roughly 1,600 photographs from Kheel Center’s railroad collections. The successful candidate may supervise one or two student assistants and will work closely with the Kheel Center’s Director, Technical Services Archivist, and Digital Archivist.

Characteristics: The Railroad Collections Project Archivist is a highly organized and collaborative professional who is able to approach a large, 18-month assignment in a methodical and comprehensive manner. S/he works well with colleagues, drawing on and contributing to their subject and archival expertise, but is also able to work independently. S/he has a strong understanding of standard and traditional archival practices but also embraces the change and opportunities that new technologies bring to the archival field. Most importantly, s/he understands the research process and researchers and can keep their needs in the forefront of their mind when making processing and description decisions.

Under the direction of the Kheel Center Director, does archival technical services work on the Kheel Center’s railroad history collections and coordinates digitization and online delivery of select railroad history photographs. The Railroad Collections Project Archivist may supervise one or two student assistants and works closely with the Kheel Center’s Director, Technical Services Archivist, and Digital Archivist.

Qualifications:

  • Master’s degree from an ALA-accredited program with a concentration in archives management, or equivalent combination of education and experience
  • Knowledge of 20th century US history
  • Strong organizational, planning, and problem solving skills
  • Excellent interpersonal, oral, and written communication skills
  • Ability to work both independently and collaboratively with a variety of staff in a rapidly changing environment

Preferred Qualifications:

  • Experience and/or interest in US railroad and labor history
  • Experience arranging, describing, and preserving archival, manuscript, photographic, and other non-print materials, including experience processing large collections.
  • Experience creating MARC records and EAD guides for archival collections
  • Experience working with photographic collections
  • Degree in history or a related discipline
  • Record of engagement with professional groups and activities and/or contributions to professional or scholarly literature.

Wanna come work for me?

21 Jun

Yup, this one’s actually a position that I’ll be supervising, so… take that as you will. It’s part-time and benefits-eligible, but is not an academic position.

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Digital Projects Assistant-20712

Description
Cornell University Library’s Hospitality, Labor and Management Library is seeking a Digital Projects Assistant. As a member of the Digital Projects Group, the Digital Projects Assistant would be responsible for facilitating the editing, uploading and managing of online content for the School of Hotel Administration’s online digital repository. The most important responsibilities of this position include preparation of selected materials for digitization and uploading of objects to the repository; the successful candidate may help direct the work of student assistants. The Digital Resources Assistant maintains and promotes the Hospitality, Labor, and Management Library’s core values of collaboration, excellence, flexibility, innovation, integrity, and service.

This is a half-time, benefits-eligible, position (20 hours per week) for a term of two years.

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Two opportunities to come work with me!

22 Apr

There are two very different academic librarian gigs currently available  in the Hospitality, Labor, and Management Library (HLM) here at Cornell: The Associate Director of the HLM Library, and the Business Research Librarian for the Nestlé Library.

Details after the cut.

Job Posting: Research Librarian for the Nestlé Hospitality Library

26 Oct

Why yes, I have been putting up a lot of job postings lately, now that you mention it. This one’s an academic librarian line, working in the Hotel Library portion of the Hospitality, Labor, and Management Library that I call home.

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Research Librarian for the Nestlé Hospitality Library-18776

Description

The Nestlé Hospitality Library within the newly-opened Marriot Student Learning Center seeks creative, enthusiastic, forward-thinking candidates for the professional position of SHA Research Librarian. The Library contributes to the development, implementation, and assessment of exceptional research and instruction support programs in Cornell’s School of Hotel Administration (SHA). In additional to traditional library techniques, this may involve creating strategies for data-mining the social web, using strong quantitative skills to unmask trends in real estate information, or helping to build new learning tools such as mobile applications. Above all, the incumbent must be excited by the opportunity to develop the programs and services needed for the 21st century digital information environment at the premiere hospitality management school.

Reporting to the Coordinator of Research Services, this position is part of the Research and Learning Services (RLS) department. RLS emphasizes a team-based approach to meeting patrons’ ever-expanding information needs and is responsible for providing research, teaching and learning, outreach, and collection development services as part of the Hospitality, Labor, and Management Library. The HLM Library provides services to Cornell’s specialized business and labor Schools, including Hotel Administration, ILR, and Management, with over 1800 undergraduates, 1300 graduate students, 140 resident faculty, and extensive distance education, executive education, and extension programs. The position will work closely with the other SHA Research Librarian as well as the nine additional staff and librarians that make up RLS.

The Marriot Student Learning Center, opened in Fall 2012 after a complete renovation, lies at the heart of the School of Hotel Administration and is dedicated to technology, collaboration, and study. SHA integrates a diverse group of undergraduates, MMHs, PhDs, faculty, staff, and practitioners to provide a unique educational experience. By focusing undergraduate and graduate education in core business areas on the opportunities and challenges in hospitality and real estate, the School continues its long tradition of educating the future leaders of these industries.

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Job Posting: ILR Research Assistant

2 Oct

Another gig in our shop, though this one’s not a librarian line. (Also I’ve been remiss in posting this so please apply soon if you’re interested.)

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ILR Research Assistant/Public Svcs Asst IV-18490

The ILR Research Assistant will have research, instruction, outreach, supervisory and information technology responsibilities at the Catherwood Library.   The Catherwood Library primarily serves the faculty, students, and staff of the ILR School.

The ILR Research Assistant is a member of the Research and Learning Services (RLS) department within the Hospitality (School of Hotel Administration), Labor (ILR School) and Management (Samuel Curtis Johnson Graduate School) Library.  He/she reports to the Coordinator of Research and partners with other team members in the provision of research services, instruction, and outreach efforts. The highly specialized nature of the research performed by the ILR School’s faculty and students, and our need to use effectively many complex print and online resources, demands that all research team members be knowledgeable about labor-related information. The ILR Research Assistant provides support for public computers in the Catherwood research area and will supervise two administrative research assistants.

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