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Position: Collection Development Intern
Location: Ipswich, Massachusetts
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Support the Collection Development team by enhancing metadata for the Collection Development product line. Assist in book record updates and special projects for HW Wilson Core Collections product line, Sears List of Subject Headings, Book Review Digest Plus.
- Assist in creation of cataloging records for H.W. Wilson Core Collections–as needed.
- Contribute to indexing of Core Collections using Sears and Dewey Decimal Classification System.
- Update metadata associated with Core Collections and Book Review Digest book records.
- Help promote the success of Core Collections through social media, competitive intelligence, and other projects.
- Additional duties as assigned.
- Positive Attitude
- Good Judgement
- Open Communication
- Desire to Make an Impact
- Eager to Understand
- Team Player
- Enrolled in (or recent graduate of) Library and Information Science program.
- 1+ year experience with Excel, Outlook and Word.
- Ability to learn new software programs.
- 2+ years experience with MS Access, Excel, Outlook, and Word.
- Some Collection Development exposure preferred.
- Cataloging, Metadata, and/or Taxonomy course completed.