National Forest Service Library (NFSL). USDA-Forest Service
Fort Collins, CO
- Responsible for original cataloging and classification of library materials.
- Performs copy and original cataloging including subject analysis and classification and adapts cataloging records to maintain compatibility with National Forest Service Library (NFSL) collections.
- Assists other NFSL staff with identifying articles and publications for inclusion in the ILS and the Monthly Alert.
- Ensures the posting and maintenance of bibliographic entries in the online catalog.
- Ensures withdrawal of records from the catalogs when materials are no longer available and resolves problems that arise with the cataloging rules as a result of the uniqueness of some of the materials in the collections.
- Keeps abreast of current rules, changes and procedures implemented by Library of Congress, OCLC, NFSL's ILS vendor, and NFSL staff.
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Additional Info & Requirements
This job will close when 50 applications have been received which may be sooner than the closing date.
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