Monthly Archives: June 2020

Medical Subject Heading (MeSH) Indexer, part-time/temporary – Remote

LAC Group is seeking an experienced, remote Medical Subject Heading (MeSH) Indexer to work on a tremendous research project associated with a distinguished University. The project will focus on reading through US patents and assigning MeSH terms to them. This project should last … Continue reading

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Dan Dembkowski and Grace Phillips receive the Rovelstad Scholarship

Congratulations to Daniel Dembkowski and Grace Phillips, the two students chosen as the 2019-2020 Rovelstad scholarship recipients. They were selected among an impressive field of library and information science students. Students who had completed at least 6 credits in the … Continue reading

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Metadata Specialist

LAC Group is seeking a Metadata Specialist to provide expert analysis and recommendation for a prestigious federal agency in the Washington, D.C. area. The Specialist will work closely with federal agency staff to analyze, update, enhance, extend, and maintain library metadata standards. This … Continue reading

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Alexandria Public Schools – Library Media Specialist

Job Description: The Library Media Specialist facilitates the efficient operation of the school’s library services.  This position reports to the Principal. Qualifications: Education:  Bachelor’s degree; Master’s degree preferred. Must have completed an approved program for Library Media Specialist. Certificates & Licenses:  Valid … Continue reading

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Nirmal Gomes, LIS Student, receives Gordon M. Conable Scholarship

Congratulations to Nirmal Gomes, a current MSLIS student, for receiving the Gordon M. Conable Conference Scholarship. Nirmal will attend this year’s annual ALA Conference (virtually, due to COVID-19), will be expected to participate in the Freedom to Read Foundation other … Continue reading

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Rare Book Cataloger, Native American languages – LAC Group

LAC Group is seeking an experienced Cataloger of rare books in Native American Languages for a temporary project position at a prestigious national library in Washington, DC. The cataloger will provide expert original cataloging for bibles and other religious documents in languages including Choctaw, Mohawk, … Continue reading

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Temporary Cataloger position, D.C.

LAC Group is seeking an experienced Cataloger to work on a project with a national library in Washington, DC. Candidates must be familiar with AACR2 and RDA standards for serials. The ability to balance quantity and quality, with close attention to detail, is … Continue reading

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Reference and Research Librarian, Washington, D.C.

Cadence Group has an immediate opening for a Reference and Research Librarian in Washington, D.C. RESPONSIBILITIES: ·         Search for, identify, and vet expert witnesses ·         Create comprehensive and highly detailed expert witness vetting reports of friendly and adverse witnesses for Justice Department … Continue reading

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