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Job Overview The Senior Staff Cataloger plays a key role in selecting, enhancing, creating, and maintaining bibliographic metadata that enable library users to discover and locate the monographic resources they need. Work focuses on Buswell Memorial Library, including Archives and Special Collections, but may also intersect with the Marion E. Wade Center. The Senior Staff Cataloger reports to the Group Leader for Acquisitions and Discovery Services and supervises student employees. Duties and Responsibilities Uses knowledge of metadata standards (e.g. MARC21, RDA) to select appropriate descriptive records from external databases (e.g. OCLC) to match library monographic materials (copy cataloging), make
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