7.0626 Job: Cataloging Electronic Texts (1/67)

Tue, 26 Apr 1994 06:48:28 EDT

Humanist Discussion Group, Vol. 7, No. 0626. Tuesday, 26 Apr 1994.

Date: Fri, 15 Apr 1994 15:27:41 -0400 (EDT)
From: Annelies Hoogcarspel - CETH <HOOGCARSPEL@zodiac.rutgers.edu>
Subject: Job Announcement: Cataloging Electronic Texts

April 8, 1994 107 (APP.107)

TITLE: Catalog Librarian
Center for Electronic Texts in the Humanities

AVAILABLE: Immediately

RESPONSIBILITIES: Performs original cataloging and complex editing cataloging
for electronic text files in the humanities; catalogs materials in a variety
of languages and subject areas. Provides research support for the activities
of the Center, in particular for the Inventory of Machine-Readable Texts in
the Humanities. Acts as moderator of ETEXTCTR electronic discussion list.

QUALIFICATIONS: MLS from an ALA accredited library school plus previous
experience in a research library preferably for cataloging; knowledge of MARC
formats, the latest edition of AACR2, LC classification and LC subject
headings; experience with OCLC and/or RLIN required. Reading knowledge of one
or more European languages and experience with computer applications in
humanities research required; advanced degree in the humanities and/or some
experience with SGML preferred.

SALARY: Salary dependent upon experience and qualifications with a minimum
compensation of $30,800 for a one year grant funded, non-tenure track

STATUS/BENEFITS: Faculty status, calendar year appointment, TIAA/CREF, health
and life/disability insurance, prescription drug, dental and eyeglass plans,
tuition remission, one month vacation.

LIBRARY PROFILE: The Center for Electronic Texts in the Humanities (CETH) is
sponsored jointly by Rutgers, the State University of New Jersey and Princeton
University. The Center's administrative headquarters is located in the
Archibald Stevens Alexander Library, the main humanities and social sciences
research library of Rutgers located on the College Avenue Campus in New
Brunswick, New Jersey. The CETH is supported in part by the National
Endowment for the Humanities and the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation and acts as a
national focus for all who are involved in the creation, dissemination and use
of electronic texts in the humanities. CETH's activities also include
providing access over the Internet to collections of SGML-encoded scholarly
material in the humanities, organizing international programs on methods and
tools for electronic texts in the humanities, and general information services
for electronic text centers and humanities computing.

Sandra Troy (APP. 107)
Libraries Personnel Officer
Rutgers University Libraries
169 College Avenue
New Brunswick, NJ 08903
FAX # (908) 932-7637

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