Graduate Interns-California

Approximate date of posting 5/24/2017

 Position: Graduate Intern

Qualifications   Interns must be enrolled in a graduate program during the internship and maintain a minimum of four semester units or six quarter units.

Location: Sacramento, California

Company/Organization  California State Archives

Schedule/Hours  20 hours a week  

Time Frame Academic Year

Compensation:  $11.50 an hour to start

Source Archives Gig https://archivesgig.wordpress.com/2017/05/24/sacramento-ca-paid-graduate-interns-california-state-archives/

Description:

 California State Archives Graduate Intern Program provides a structured training program for its interns, which includes explanation and hands–on experience in many stages of archival work from reference to processing. In exchange, interns must commit to 20 hours a week of work and at least a year commitment. Interns are paid according to the state schedule for student interns (currently $11.50 an hour to start).

Depending on circumstances, and after appropriate training by other archivists, each intern will:

  • receive records that are transferred to the State Archives
  • process documents received into the State Archives
  • compile finding aids and guides to archival holdings and edit them for publication
  • provide reference services to scholars and the general public in the use of archival materials
  • retrieve and refile documents requested by researchers
  • use electronic collection management systems to enter and revise information about collections

 

How to Apply: Submit a complete application by the July 7 deadline via the University Enterprises, Inc. website. https://ueijobs.peopleadmin.com/ Interested students are welcome to visit the Archives before applying. Tours can be arranged through the intern coordinator.

 

Website: http://careers.archivists.org/jobs/9098030/graduate-intern

Deadline: July 7, 2017

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Diversity Fellowship Cornell University (Ithaca, NY)-2years

Approximate Date of Posting: May 30, 2017

Position: Diversity Fellow

Cornell University Library is committed to diversity and is actively seeking to foster and support the growth and development of librarians from underrepresented groups through the Cornell University Library Diversity Fellowship. We value qualified candidates who can enrich our community with variety of backgrounds and experiences.

Qualifications MLS from ALA-accredited institution. Graduation should be within the last three years. Strong service orientation; excellent written and oral communication and interpersonal skills; ability to work independently and function in a collegial, teamwork-oriented environment that emphasizes customer service and delivery of exemplary library research and instruction services.  Preferred: Academic background or experience in science and/or social sciences.

Location: Ithaca, NY

Company/Organization  Mann Library

Cornell University is located in scenic Ithaca on a hill above Cayuga Lake in the Finger Lakes region of upstate New York. The city and University offer a unique cosmopolitan and international atmosphere in a beautiful natural setting of waterfalls, gorges, and lakes. The Fellow will be based at Mann Library, which is an integral part of the Cornell University Library. The recently renovated building is the vibrant hub for our primary Colleges, the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences and the College of Human Ecology.  We provide leadership in the library community through projects such as the USDA Economics, Statistics, and Market Information System (http://usda.mannlib.cornell.edu), the Cornell University Geospatial Information Repository (http://cugir.mannlib.cornell.edu), and the TEEAL (http://www.teeal.org/) and Research4Life (http://www.research4life.org/) programs, which provide developing countries with free or low cost access to academic and professional peer-reviewed content.

Schedule/Hours:

Time Frame:  two-year appointment available starting August 15, 201

Compensation Competitive in salary, rank, professional development support, and benefits.  Comprehensive benefits package including 22 vacation days, 12 paid holidays, health insurance, life insurance, and university retirement contributions (TIAA-CREF and other options).  Professional travel funding available.

Source: .

Description:

The Diversity Fellowship is designed for recent MLS graduates who want the opportunity to learn about academic libraries and acquire core competencies and skills in research, scholarship and instruction. The program allows the Library Fellow the unique opportunity to work in a variety of public services areas, explore new information technologies, collaborate on projects, and to participate in a challenging and rewarding work environment. A flexible program will be developed to balance the Fellow’s individual goals and interests with the Library’s needs. In addition, the Fellow’s professional interests will be supported with a mentoring program, specialized training, continuing education, and participation on library committees.

 

A final job description will be created in collaboration with the candidate.  Duties could include a selection of the following or other options at the request of the selected candidate:

  • Teaching in Mann Library’s information literacy program
  • Developing online learning modules
  • Library space planning and assessment
  • Supporting systematic reviews
  • Providing research data management services
  • Providing consultation on advanced research strategies and citation management
  • Planning for emerging technologies
  • Multi-media and/or makerspace support services
  • Library outreach and communication
  • Collection development
  • Digitization of historical material
  • Supporting the Library’s international outreach initiatives, including TEEAL and Research4Life

 

Application Instructions: Please attach a cover letter, resume, and the names and contact information for three references to your application (preferred as one combined PDF document).  Candidates should include in their cover letter a description of their knowledge and experience that demonstrates engagement in underrepresented communities and the ability to transfer this asset to a research, learning, and instructional context.  Applications will be reviewed as received until the position is filled.  For more information, contact Mary Ochs, Director of Mann Library, mao4@cornell.edu

 

Website: https://cornell.wd1.myworkdayjobs.com/en-US/CornellCareerPage/job/Ithaca-Main-Campus/Cornell-University-Library-Diversity-Fellowship–Assistant-Librarian-_WDR-00010955

Deadline: Unspecified

Visiting Special Collections Technical Services Librarian Position # 17098

Approximate Date of Posting: 05/26/2017

Position: Special Collections Technical Services

Location: Las Vegas, Nevada

Company/Organization  University of Nevada Las Vegas

As a strong partner in student learning, UNLV Libraries fosters critical thinking and lifelong learning with innovative services, entrepreneurial staff, outstanding digital collections, up-to-date technology and internationally renowned Special Collections, including two research centers: the Center for Gaming Research and the Oral History Research Center. University Libraries is comprised of Lied Library and three branch libraries and we are a gateway to more than 20,000 electronic journals and 1.7 million books, including e-books. We welcome individuals with diverse backgrounds to join our growing organization of over 120 experienced faculty librarians and staff members supporting teaching, learning, research and creative endeavors at one of the nation’s fastest growing universities.

Schedule/Hours: Full Time

Time Frame:   2-year limited term position

Compensation $65,000/year

Source: Higher Ed Jobs  https://www.higheredjobs.com/details.cfm?JobCode=176495457&utm_source=05_27_17&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=JobAgentEmail

Description:

porting to the Head, Special Collections Technical Services for a two-year visiting appointment, the Visiting Special Collections Librarian is dedicated to improving access to and discovery of archival materials in Special Collections. This position will lead a team of part-time project staff who will be tasked with arranging and describing a backlog of archival collections in a variety of formats, including personal papers, institutional records, oral histories, and photographs. The incumbent will assist in teaching new staff efficient archival processing techniques and assist in training them in the use of ArchivesSpace. The incumbent will use data collected during a collection survey to create processing plans and determine the level of arrangement and description appropriate for each collection. The incumbent will oversee physical processing activities and perform quality assurance of finding aids prior to their publication online. The incumbent may have the opportunity to describe and arrange hybrid (print/digital) collections.

QUALIFICATIONS
Required qualifications:
· ALA-accredited graduate degree in library or information science;
· Strong verbal and written communication skills;
· At least one year of full-time (or equivalent hours) experience arranging and describing archival materials;
· Demonstrated ability to make decisions based on professional principles, standards, and best practices;
· Demonstrated ability to quickly learn new concepts and technologies;
· Demonstrated ability to effectively work independently or as part of team;
· Demonstrated ability to work collaboratively with diverse colleagues; and
· Evidence of energy, creativity, initiative, and commitment to professional growth.

Preferred qualifications:
· Supervisory or leadership experience;
· Experience creating metadata (EAD, MARC, DC) using library and archival descriptive standards (RDA, DACS) and controlled vocabularies (LCSH, LCNAF, AAT);
· Familiarity with archival collections management systems (such as Archives Space); and
· Demonstrated interest in, or familiarity with, trends in the stewardship of born-digital materials.

SALARY RANGE
This is a full-time, visiting faculty, 2-year limited term position. The salary is $65,000/year. The position is contingent upon funding.

APPLICATION DETAILS
Submit a letter of interest, a detailed resume listing qualifications and experience, and the names, addresses, and telephone numbers of at least three professional references who may be contacted. Applicants should fully describe their qualifications and experience, with specific reference to each of the minimum and preferred qualifications because this is the information on which the initial review of materials will be based. Although this position will remain open until filled, review of candidates’ materials will begin on June 30, 2017 and best consideration will be gained for materials submitted prior to that date. Materials should be addressed to Visiting Special Collections Librarian, Search Committee Chair, and are to be submitted via on-line application at https://hrsearch.unlv.edu. For assistance with UNLV’s on-line applicant portal, contact UNLV Employment Services at (702) 895-3504 or applicant.inquiry@unlv.edu.

 

Website:

Deadline: Unspecified

Archivist Intern – Carl Albert EXECUTIVE FELLOWS Public Internship Program -OK

Approximate Date of Posting: May 25, 2017

Position: Archivist Intern

Qualifications All students interested in internships must have received prior notification of eligible intern status in order to apply for internship vacancies. If you have not received prior eligibility approval as an Executive Fellow Intern, please complete the initial CAPIP application here before applying for this vacancy. 
Carl Albert Public Internship Program 

https://www.jobaps.com/ok/sup/BulPreview.asp?R1=120010&R2=CAPE&R3=01

Location: Oklahoma City, Oklahoma

Company/Organization  Secretary for the Commissioners of the Land Office

Schedule/Hours: Able to work a minimum of 15 hours per week

Time Frame:  

Executive Fellows (graduate) Interns may be employed for up to two years and are eligible for health and retirement benefits. Executive Fellows who successfully complete a two-year internship are eligible for appointment to a position in the classified or unclassified state service.

Compensation $10 – $12 an hour

Source: Indeed https://www.indeed.com/viewjob?jk=fbde23966b133343&q=Library+Science+Summer+Internship&tk=1bgvh00j71d9med0&from=ja&alid=5746e0c2e4b00f6d0c49474c&utm_source=jobseeker_emails&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=job_alerts&rgtk=1bgvh00j71d9med0

Description:

The Carl Albert Public Internship Program consists of one (1) position for students enrolled in an institution of higher education and working toward a graduate degree in museum studies, library science, or a related field. The position will report directly to the Archivist. The intern will be assigned a variety of entry-level duties.

JOB DESCRIPTION 
• Assist in the development of an inventory of agency records and historic ledger books;
• Create condition reports of historic records;
• Assist in the digitizing of agency records and metadata into database;
• Maintain general upkeep of the archives area including temp/humidity control;
• Assist in preparing and organizing working papers;
• Filing and copying; and,
• Other duties as assigned by archivist

ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS 
The intern should be familiar with Microsoft Office Suites; knowledge of museum/library cataloguing software or similar database management system and of general collection care procedures and handling. Intern duties in the records management area;
• Completed an undergraduate degree;
• Completed at least 6 credit hours of graduate-level coursework in museum studies or library science;
• Maintaining a minimum GPA of 3.0 on a 4.0 scale or 7.0 on a 12.0 scale in all graduate-level coursework; and
• Able to work a minimum of 15 hours per week (Monday – Friday; 8:00 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.)

Website: https://www.jobaps.com/OK/sup/bulpreview.asp?R1=170524&R2=CAPE&R3=02&utm_source=Indeed&utm_medium=organic&utm_campaign=Indeed

Deadline: by 5:00 pm on Friday, June 16, 2017 .

Residency- Nadia Sophie Seiler Rare Materials Residency at Folger Shakespeare Library-DC

Schedule/Hours: Full Time- 35 hours per week

Time Frame:  October 2017 to July 2018.

Compensation Unspecified

Source: UMD

Description:

The Folger Shakespeare Library (Folger) invites applications for the Nadia Sophie Seiler Rare Materials Residency. The Nadia Sophie Seiler Rare Materials Residency (“Seiler Residency” for short) is a nine-month term-limited position for new library professionals made possible by the Nadia Sophie Seiler Memorial Fund and hosted at the Folger. This Residency runs from October 2017 to July 2018.

The 2017/18 Seiler Resident will work hands-on with rare printed materials, manuscripts, and objects from the early modern period while being actively trained and mentored by Folger librarians. The focus of the residency will be on rare materials cataloging, but the Seiler Resident will also have the opportunity to work directly with curators, public services, and other professionals in order to gain a thorough and practical understanding of rare materials librarianship. The Seiler Resident will be an integral part of the Folger staff, participating in cataloging department meetings, joining the Saturday Reading Room rotation (working at the Reading Room service desk on a Saturday approximately once every five or six weeks), attending talks, attending the 2018 RBMS conference, and contributing to the collegial environment on a professional level in order to gain genuine career-oriented experience. The Resident will also be expected to give a public talk on a topic relevant to their work during their residency towards the end of their time at the Folger. Additional information about the residency and potential projects  is available on Folgerpedia.

Interested applicants are required to submit a cover letter and CV, and must have received a master’s degree within the 18 months prior to application from a program accredited by the American Library Association. Familiarity with key people and events from early modern British or European culture is required. Our ideal candidate will have a background (or coursework) in the field of manuscripts, rare books, visual materials or descriptive bibliography, and bibliographic knowledge of at least one European language other than English. Ability to carefully handle fragile materials is necessary. Applicants must have strong computer and organizational skills, the ability to work well within a team environment, the ability to follow technical instructions, and a meticulous attention to detail. Knowledge of basic technical processing/cataloging functions and services to include cataloging standards such as RDA and MARC21 required. Knowledge of DCRM(B) a plus. Working knowledge of Voyager and OCLC Connexion desired. Experience cataloging for a research library environment a plus. This is a full time, 35 hours per week, residency with salary and benefits. Applications are due by July 15, 2017. 

To apply, please submit your resume and cover letter. No phone calls please. The Folger is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Website: http://www.folger.edu/employment-opportunities

Deadline: Applications are due by July 15, 2017

Summer- Archival Internship, Sony Music (Manhattan)

Approximate date of posting 5/24/2017

 Position:Audio/Visual Archives-Intern

Qualifications-Currently enrolled student

Location: New York, (Manhattan)

Company/Organization  SONY MUSIC ENTERTAINMENT ARCHIVES

The Sony Music Entertainment Archives, located in the SONY Building at 25 Madison Ave. in Manhattan, houses the archival materials for Sony’s music companies.  Sony Music is the parent company for the two oldest recorded music companies in the world, Columbia and RCA Victor, as well as other companies such as Arista and Zomba Records.

Schedule/HoursUnspecified

Time Frame Summer

Compensation: Unpaid (This internship is unpaid and must be taken for credit in an accredited higher degree program.)

Source

http://slanyintern.blogspot.com/2017/05/archival-internship-sony-music-manhattan.html

Description:

The Archives maintains historic documentation, an extensive library of photographic and other visual materials, an LP and CD library, and other various company materials.

The Archives is seeking an intern for Summer 2017. The intern will perform various library related tasks, including but not limited to: cataloging of documents and books; organizing and reshelving collections of documents, lps, and cds; and organizing, documenting, and archivally re-housing large segments of the company’s photo collection.

 

This internship is unpaid and must be taken for credit in an accredited higher degree program.

 

Please submit a résumé and cover letter to Tom Tierney:Thomas.tierney@sonymusic.com.

Website:

Deadline: Unspecified

Academic year-Graduate Interns-California

Approximate date of posting 5/24/2017

 Position: Graduate Intern

Qualifications   Interns must be enrolled in a graduate program during the internship and maintain a minimum of four semester units or six quarter units.

Location: Sacramento, California

Company/Organization  California State Archives

Schedule/Hours  20 hours a week  

Time Frame Academic Year

Compensation:  $11.50 an hour to start

Source Archives Gig https://archivesgig.wordpress.com/2017/05/24/sacramento-ca-paid-graduate-interns-california-state-archives/

The California State Archives Graduate Intern Program provides a structured training program for its interns, which includes explanation and hands–on experience in many stages of archival work from reference to processing. In exchange, interns must commit to 20 hours a week of work and at least a year commitment. Interns are paid according to the state schedule for student interns (currently $11.50 an hour to start).

Depending on circumstances, and after appropriate training by other archivists, each intern will:

  • receive records that are transferred to the State Archives
  • process documents received into the State Archives
  • compile finding aids and guides to archival holdings and edit them for publication
  • provide reference services to scholars and the general public in the use of archival materials
  • retrieve and refile documents requested by researchers
  • use electronic collection management systems to enter and revise information about collections

How to Apply: Submit a complete application by the July 7 deadline via the University Enterprises, Inc. website.  Interested students are welcome to visit the Archives before applying. Tours can be arranged through the intern coordinator.

Desirable Qualifications: Ability to work well with public and staff, and as a team member. Good research skills and willingness to learn new skills. Enjoy working independently. The ability to pay close attention to detail and produce high–quality work is a must. Good computer skills, especially in Microsoft Office programs. Ability to move boxes that weigh up to 40 lbs. Specific experience in archival work is not necessary, but interest in California history and government is encouraged.

Who May Apply: Applicants must be currently enrolled in a graduate program in history, library science, or related field, be able to make a year commitment (during which their student status must be maintained), and, most importantly, be seriously considering a career in archival work.description:

Website: http://careers.archivists.org/jobs/9098030/graduate-intern

Deadline: July 7, 2017

Summer Library Internship- Michigan

Approximate date of posting 5/24/2017

 Position: Library Intern

Location: Lowell, Michigan-Englehardt Branch

Company/Organization  Kent District Library

Schedule/Hours  Work hours may be varied, including evenings and weekend hours.

Time Frame June 16, 2017-September 2, 2017

Compensation: $9.36/hour

Source  Link UP  http://www.linkup.com/job/ee313f3bd20243bb4ccaa6cc5981a9cbc4ad/summer-library-internship-job-in-lowell-mi?utm_source=Job+Alert&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=general

Description:

Duties And Responsibilities

Shelve and shelf read all library materials.

Move large quantities of materials from place to place for the purpose of preparing to shelve or shelve.

Place materials in alpha-numeric order for shelving.

Check books, periodicals, audio visual equipment, and other library material for damage.

Holds Shelves maintenance.

Assist patrons with basic library questions (find collections, use the catalog, print materials/use copy machine, hand off to staff for help with accounts).

Help promote KDL services at Outreach events and activities through the following forms of patron support:

Issuing Library Cards

Programs

Accessing digital Collections

E-Reader usage

BookMyne app.

Assist with Summer Reading program activities as needed.

May perform other duties as assigned.

Job Requirements

Physical agility to push/pull fully loaded book carts/trucks weighing up to 150 pounds, retrieve or place materials above shoulder or below knee level, and lift/carry materials/furniture weighing up to 40 pounds.

Ability to follow oral and written directions.

Ability to learn library book shelving system and sort/file materials alphabetically and numerically.

Communication skills necessary to deal with the public in a courteous and cooperative manner.

Access to reliable transportation to and from work.

Visual acuity required to accurately read written materials.

Website: https://kdl.applicantpro.com/jobs/578212.html?utm_source=linkup&utm_medium=referrer

Deadline: June 5, 2017

Summer Intern – Records and Archiving Specialist- Nebraska

Approximate date of posting 5/23/2017

 Position: Records and Archiving Specialist (Labor Relations)

Qualifications College credits equivalent to two years towards an undergraduate degree with a major in Museum Studies, Library Science, or Public Administration. Must be currently enrolled and working towards completion.

Location: Omaha, Nebraska

Company/Organization  Union Pacific

Schedule/Hours: 30- 40 hours per week

Time Frame  Summer

Compensation: Company Paid Housing and Transportation

We provide housing and transportation (valued at $2,000) to interns who don’t have access to housing during their internship. Located near the University of Nebraska-Omaha campus, Scott Court Housing is suite-style living in a dormitory atmosphere. It’s within walking distance to Aksarben Village, an urban development with a movie theater, outdoor events in Stinson Park, as well as numerous dining and shopping options. In each suite, you will find private bedrooms, two full bathrooms and a furnished living area and full kitchen.

Source            Indeed https://www.indeed.com/viewjob?jk=460c18830b5ece9c&q=Library+Science+Summer+Internship&tk=1bgq0bd1l1d939t9&from=ja&alid=5746e0c2e4b00f6d0c49474c&utm_source=jobseeker_emails&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=job_alerts&rgtk=1bgq0bd1l1d939t9

Description:

Identifying documents, books, and files in the Labor Relations library; develop a plan to scan documents; work with Labor Relations personnel to determine what materials need not be retained; and otherwise reorganize and relocate the library. Experience gained should be a value-add for candidates seeking future employment in the documents management field.
Accountabilities
Research agreements currently online and identify those that need to be scanned.
Develop and implement plans to restructure and relocate the library.
Identify and document contents of the Labor Relations library.
1 year(s) experience in computer applications demonstrating proficiency with MS Office software applications (Word, Excel, Power Point, and/or Access).
Preferred
Proficient communication skills
Basic time management skills

Website: https://up.jobs/job/opening/Intern%20-%20Records%20and%20Archiving%20Specialist%20%20(Labor%20Relations)/Omaha/NE/082152?jsl=29556682

Deadline: 06/05/2017

Summer Public Library Intership-Wisconsin

Approximate date of posting 5/22/2017

 Position:Summer Public Library Internship

Qualifications recently accepted or in a current library, museum, or archival program, or a recent graduate

Location: Rhinelander, Wisconsin

Company/Organization  Rhineland Public Library

Schedule/Hours

Time Frame 12 weeks

Compensation: Paid

Source St. Kates http://lis.stkate.edu/2017/05/12/summer-public-library-intership/

Description:

Paid public library internship in the beautiful Northwoods of Wisconsin vacationland for at least  12 weeks this summer for the right library/archives/museum student or recent graduate.  Learn everything from how a public library works for real and archival arrangement of historic documents to working as a conference and programming assistant.  Creative and like people?  And computers?  Enjoy nature and summer reading?  This is the place.  You’ll get the experience you need while having a great time—and get paid for it!  Must be recently accepted  or in a current library, museum, or archival program, or a recent graduate. Send letter of interest and resume to  Virginia Roberts, director@rhinelanderlibrary.org, if interested.

Website: http://www.rhinelanderlibrary.org/

Deadline: Unspecified