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Technicien(ne) au catalogage, Service des bibliothèques publiques du Nouveau-Brunswick / Cataloguing Technician, New Brunswick Public Library Service

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Technicien(ne) au catalogage
Service des bibliothèques publiques du Nouveau-Brunswick
Du 18 juillet 2005 au 24 mars 2006

Description du projet:
Le Service des bibliothèques publiques du Nouveau-Brunswick (SBPNB) est à la recherche d'une personne dynamique et enthousiaste à l'égard de la mission des bibliothèques publiques pour agir à titre de Technicien(ne) au catalogage à son bureau provincial situé à Fredericton. Le/la personne choisie participera à un projet spécial pour ajouter au catalogue des bibliothèques publiques des collections de documents historiques non catalogués.

Relevant de la Chef du service de catalogage et des services techniques, le technicien ou la technicienne au catalogage joue un rôle clé au sein de l'unité de catalogage du bureau provincial.

Les tâches consistent à :
-       collaborer avec les régions de bibliothèques et les bibliothèques publiques afin d'identifier et donner la priorité aux collections non cataloguées de documents historiques touchant l'histoire acadienne et néo-brunswickoise
-       localiser et repêcher des fiches bibliographiques aux fins de catalogage dérivé
-       établir ou vérifier des fiches bibliographiques en format MARC pour des documents historiques

Le poste exige de soulever du matériel à l'occasion.

Compétences recherchées :
Diplôme d'études postsecondaires en technique de la documentation, bonne connaissance des services techniques, des normes de catalogage (y compris les règles de catalogage anglo-américaines), des formats MARC, des systèmes automatisés de bibliothèque, du courrier électronique, d'Internet et des logiciels MS Word et Excel est essentielle. La connaissance du français et de l'anglais, à l'oral et à l'écrit, est essentielle.

La personne choisie possèdera d'excellentes aptitudes pour les communications et les relations interpersonnelles. Elle aura aussi un bon sens de l'organisation et de très bonnes habiletés pour l'analyse, la résolution de problèmes et le travail d'équipe.

Conditions de candidature : Le/la personne choisie sera embauché(e) dans le cadre du programme Jeunesse Canada au travail. Ce poste s'adresse aux diplômés et diplômées de 30 ans et moins qui sont sans travail ou sous-employés. Le/la personne choisie doit avoir l'autorisation légale de travailler au Canada (avoir la citoyenneté canadienne ou être résident permanent du Canada ou avoir le statut de réfugié au Canada).

Les candidats ou les candidates doivent préciser dans leur demande où, quand et comment ils/elles ont acquis les compétences et habiletés requises pour ce poste. Les détails du curriculum vitæ doivent être présentés en ordre chronologique en indiquant les années et les mois pour la formation et les emplois à plein temps ou à temps partiel.

REMARQUE : Selon le nombre de candidatures reçues, les exigences relatives à la formation et à l'expérience peuvent être accrues.

ÉGALITÉ D'ACCÈS À L'EMPLOI

TRAITEMENT: 983 $ à la quinzaine. Il faut faire parvenir votre demande AU PLUS TARD le 20 mai 2005 à Angela Derrick, Service des bibliothèques publiques du Nouveau-Brunswick, 250, rue King, Fredericton, N.-B., E3B 9M9 ; télécopieur : (506) 444-4064 ; ou par courriel à: <[log in to unmask]>.



Cataloguing Technician
New Brunswick Public Library Service
July 18, 2005-March 24, 2006

Project  description:
New Brunswick Public Library Service (NBPLS) is searching for a creative and dynamic individual with demonstrated enthusiasm for the mission of public libraries to serve as Cataloguing Technician for the Provincial Office in Fredericton. The successful candidate will assist with a special project to add uncatalogued collections of historical and archival resources to the public libraries' catalogue.

Reporting to the Head of Cataloguing and Technical Services, the Cataloguing Technician plays a key role in the Cataloguing Unit of the Provincial Office.

Duties include:
-       liaising with library regions and public libraries to identify and prioritize uncatalogued collections of New Brunswickana
-       locating and retrieving MARC bibliographic records for use in derived cataloguing
-       creating or revising descriptive MARC bibliographic records for historical and archival materials

The position will require some lifting.

Qualifications:
A Library Technician diploma from a postsecondary institution, good understanding of technical services, cataloguing standards including the Anglo-American Cataloguing Rules, and MARC21 formats, good knowledge of library automation systems, e-mail, the Internet and MS Word and Excel is necessary. Written and spoken competence in English and French is essential.

The successful candidate will possess excellent communication and interpersonal skills. A demonstrated sense of organization as well as a strong aptitude for problem solving, analysis and team work is necessary.

Conditions of employment: The successful candidate will be hired through the Young Canada Works Program. The position is available to post-secondary graduates aged 30 or younger who are legally entitled to work in Canada (a Canadian citizen, a permanent resident or one who has been granted refugee status in Canada) and are unemployed or underemployed.

Applicants must demonstrate on their application how, when and where they have acquired the qualifications and skills required for this position. Résumés should be in chronological order specifying education and employment in months and years including part-time and full-time employment.

NOTE:  Subject to the response to this competition, qualifications related to education and experience may be raised.

EQUALITY OF OPPORTUNITY FOR EMPLOYMENT

SALARY:  $983 bi-weekly. Applications must be received ON OR BEFORE May 20, 2005 to: Angela Derrick, New Brunswick Public Library Service, 250 King Street, Fredericton, NB, E3B 9M9, Fax: (506) 444-4064, or by e-mail: <[log in to unmask]>.

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