Librarian (Monographs Cataloger and Metadata Specialist) – the National Gallery of Art Library, Washington, DC

The National Gallery of Art is seeking applicants for a permanent, part-time (32 hours/week) professional position in the Library’s technical services department.

The primary purpose of the position is to provide descriptive and subject cataloging, original and copy, for monographs in English and foreign languages. Additionally, the incumbent will be responsible for bringing vision and implementation to metadata projects that will expand access to all library collections, and to identify opportunities within relationships to other NGA collections and related collections of other institutions.

The incumbent contributes to the effectiveness and efficiency of the research and educational activities of National Gallery of Art by providing complete, accurate, and timely access to monographic publications in the Library’s collection, as well as enhancing existing descriptive access elements. The incumbent works collaboratively within the library to extend and enhance access to and augment connections between collection items.

Detailed information about the position’s duties and qualifications as well as application instructions are available via the USAJOBS links provided below. The job announcement will close at 11:59 pm on Friday, October 18, 2019.  Applicants must provide ALL supporting documentation at the time they apply to the vacancy announcement in order to be considered. Note: salary is prorated for 32 hours per week work schedule, $46,010-$59,805 per annum. 

NGA-19-149A (United States citizens and nationals)

NGA-19-149B  (Current or former competitive service Federal employees; Federal career transition employees; veterans; individuals with disabilities)

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