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Chinese Language Library Cataloger - LAC Group

Location: USA - CA - Los Angeles

LAC Group is seeking an experienced Chinese Language Library Cataloger for an opportunity to work on a project at a prestigious research and educational institution in East Los Angeles/San Gabriel Valley area in California. The selected candidate will provide original and copy cataloging on a variety of Chinese and other Asian language materials including books and manuscripts. This position can be full-time or part-time and will continue until the project is complete.

Responsibilities:
  • Catalog Chinese and other Asian language materials selected for digitization in a variety of formats
  • Creates and enhances MARC records for the Library’s online catalog according to current standards and best practices
  • Creates and transforms metadata for items selected for digitization

Qualifications:
  • Masters in Library Science from an ALA-accredited university
  • 2+ years of cataloging experience
  • Ability to catalog in English and Chinese is required. Ability to catalog in other Asian languages is a plus.
  • Fluency in Chinese and English. Knowledge of other Asian languages is desired.
  • Experience in cataloging art and historical materials are preferred
  • Must have experience using the RDA and MARC 21 cataloging standards

LAC Group is an Equal Opportunity Employer / Affirmative Action Employer who values diversity in the workplace.

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