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Friday, 7 August 2015

Metadata Librarian

Metadata Librarian is responsible for original and complex contributed cataloguing in a variety of bibliographic and physical formats, including monographs, serials, print loose-leafs, audiovisual materials, and electronic resources, applying national standards using MARC21, RDA, LC PCC PSs, AACR2, and the Library of Congressional classification system and Subject headings. They also perform name, series, and Subject authority work, and contributes or revises name authority records in the national authority files.

They manage the cataloguing and Metadata team and supervise staff.

The Metadata Librarian is responsible for training department staff and serve as an expert resource person regarding cataloguing and Metadata within the department. They also maintain of and engagement with national and international trends and developments in cataloguing and Metadata standards, bibliographic and authority control, and knowledge management.

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