Deadline: 11/17/23 or when they receive 200 applications
The Cataloging Technician enters all edited copy-cataloging records into Online Computer Library Center (OCLC) and into the local integrated library system. Processes all newly received monographs, classified serials, Records and Briefs and continuations for shelving. Processes the transfer of superseded material from the main collection to the Library's active remote collection; deletes outdated material and removes bibliographic details from the catalog and from OCLC; creates original analytic records directly in OCLC, and uploads and transfer the same to the local catalog. Responsible for sorting and filing all microfiche at the Library's active remote collection in the Thurgood Marshall Federal Judiciary Building; distributes library materials to Court personnel; responds to telephone inquiries and supports public research requests for Records and Briefs material. Performs other duties as assigned. Qualifications At least two years of library experience in a technical services or cataloging environment is required. Demonstrated familiarity with developing trends in metadata creation in libraries; experience with OCLC search commands and editing techniques; experience with current library cataloging practices, authority control and library database maintenance practices; knowledge of library integrated systems and the changing marketplace for these products; familiarity with techniques for producing call number and identification labels from a library database and/or physical processing of library materials for shelving; ability to pay close attention to detail; basic typing skills; and general knowledge of the Supreme Court and the federal court system.
Education A Bachelor's degree is required.
More details: https://www.usajobs.gov/job/756220000