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Archivist/cataloger at Morgan State University

Duties: Provides archival, records management, and preservation expertise; sets policy and levels of practice; collects, organizes, and maintains control over a wide variety of information deemed important for permanent safekeeping; processes collections using archival accessioning techniques; provides services to researchers; catalogs and processes library collections; helps to prepare collections, which may be in a variety of formats, e.g., photographs, video and sound recordings, electronic data films, videotapes, audiotapes, DVDS, paper records, letters, and documents for web-based use; assists with library projects that demonstrate a significant added value to collections through formatting; complies with copyright and intellectual property law and University policies; provides University wide access; prepares guides, such as accession lists, indexes and bibliographies and abstracts; determines fiscal requirements and prepares budget recommendations; creates or adjusts catalog records for materials in all formats so that they conform to national and local standards and practices; provides implementation and evaluation of cataloging operations and workflows to expedite the processing of library materials; and performs other duties, as required.  For more information, see

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