By Allan Taylor, James Robert Parish, Nancy K Roderer

Comprises in-depth profiles of roughly 60 to a hundred jobs. This paintings offers info on wage levels, employment developments, invaluable adventure, and extra. It additionally covers the most tasks and contours of every activity, common routes to and from the placement, and outlines of certification, schooling, certain abilities, and coaching required.

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LIBRARIANS 13 Education and Training Educational qualifications for becoming a subject Bibliographer may be filled in a variety of ways. ), an advanced degree in their subject area is generally preferred, but other education and experience may be acceptable. The basic knowledge of the bibliographic process, which is an important part of the educational process to gain a librarianship degree, generally transfers well from one discipline to another. Bibliographers in academic libraries may be required to be members of the academic faculty, in which case they may have to meet the institution’s requirements for promotion and tenure, which usually includes additional formal education, research, and publishing.

Are required; in some instances, a master’s degree or a doctorate degree in the specialty field of Bibliographer may be required as well Experience—Basic knowledge of and experience with the bibliographic process and collection development policies; demonstrated successful reference and instructional library experience; some acquaintance with statistical analysis (to aid in control of the collection and to devise reports in support of collection development policies) Senior Bibliographer; Collections Development Librarian; Systems Librarian Position Description Bibliographers are subject specialists.

Some postsecondary institutions treat many librarians, including Chief Librarians, as faculty, and they may be called professors or have some other academic rank. Salaries According to PayScale, Inc. (in the salary survey report updated as of September 2007), median annual salaries for Chief Librarians ranged from $56,192 to $77,765 based on job location and type of employer. In their 2007 salary survey, the American Library AssociationAllied Professional Association found that the annual salaries for senior management positions (which includes that of Chief Librarian) ranged from $31,366 to $104,000 in academic libraries and from $30,000 to $120,768 in public libraries.

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