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Wednesday, February 24, 2016

F/T - Taxonomy & Metadata Sol'ns Mgr, AMC Networks (NY)

Taxonomy and Metadata Solutions Mgr., AMC Networks – NY

AMC Networks Inc. is seeking a Manager, Taxonomy & Metadata Solutions.

Job Description
Under the direct supervision of VP of Media System Solutions & Compliance, the manager of Taxonomy & Metadata Solutions is responsible for developing and implementing effective media taxonomies and metadata solutions for AMCN programs which serve to drive viewership through search functionality which results in the discovery of our shows on all platforms (Linear, On-Demand, TV Everywhere, iTunes, Etc… ultimately driving viewership.
The manager is also responsible for ensuring that all business data pertaining to AMCN Programming is systematically maintained, protected and available to be leveraged at any given moment to support existing and new revenue opportunities.
The manager will need to leverage internal and external systems (listed below) to be able to track the location and usage of all AMCN long-form programming.
Content Management System (CMS)
Media Library Systems
Digital Asset Management (DAM)
Entertainment Identification Registry (EIDR)

  • Develop and implement taxonomies and controlled vocabularies across multiple platforms to promote the effective search and discovery of AMC Network’s long-form programming assets
  • Ensure all AMCN owned Original programming is registered in Entertainment Identification Registry (EIDR) to improve visibility of asset and allow AMC Network programming to be discovered and consumed on multiple advanced platforms.
  • Enforce compliance of metadata quality of all program assets across internal and external business and media systems
  • Create metadata-propagation efficiencies and maintain data-quality and governance
  • Research metadata standards, create best practices guidelines and provide necessary training to execute.
  • Oversee the trafficking of all long-form materials, permanent archival and perform audit on a quarterly basis
  • Analyze and fix inconsistencies on data sets
  • Work closely with Project Design and Delivery team to determine automated technology solutions to enhance existing data sets
  • Project manage legacy long-form programming archived assets and provide metadata solutions
  • Manage the “How To” guidelines and policies that need to be adhered to in order to ensure the business is organizing our data correctly
  •  Secure important shared information in a central repository including but not limited to system integration documents, Deliverable Handbooks, Technical Specs, Standard Operating Procedure docs, Service Level Agreements, Workflow docs, Media Lab specs., executed contracts and agreements, etc.
  • Support the VP in data metrics, generate various usage reports and conduct ad-hoc quantitative and qualitative analysis as needed.   
  • At least four years experience working in related job
  • Experience with XML
  • Experience creating and implementing metadata standard, schemas and taxonomies
  • Demonstrated ability to work in a team environment
  • Familiarity with media industry
  • Master’s of Library Science (MLIS) preferred
To Apply:–Taxonomy-and-Metadata-Solutions_R-0011-7


Librarian I, Marketing & PR, Johnson Pub Lib (NJ)

Librarian I, Marketing and Public Relations Specialist, Johnson Public Library – NJ

Johnson Public Library in Hackensack, NJ is seeking a Full-Time Librarian I, Marketing and Public Relations Specialist.

Description: The Librarian in charge of Public Relations  collaboratively creates strategies for and implements initiatives to meet the Library’s outreach, communications, and promotional needs via a variety of venues including print and online publications, websites, digital signage, email, social media, displays, events, and person-to-person contact. This position requires an enthusiastic, warm and friendly professional who understands the mission of a public library and demonstrates passion for the Library’s vision to be the heart of the community.

Education and experience: The Public Relations/Marketing Librarian is required to have a Master’s Degree in Library Science from an accredited college or university with undergraduate, continuing education, or graduate coursework in marketing, or related field.  In addition, we are seeking someone with a minimum of 3 years of prior experience in a library, preferably in the public relations area. MLS candidates with relevant library experience may be considered.

Salary and Benefits:  Salary negotiable, starting at $51,500.  Benefits include Medical, Dental, Pension, and generous vacation leave.

Application:  Send resume, cover letter and references to Sharon Castanteen, by April 1, 2016.

Required skills, knowledge, and ability: The Public Relations Specialist Librarian must be very outgoing and sociable, and have a comprehensive knowledge of:
  • Public relations/media relations
  • Writing press releases, media alerts
Abilities and Experience:
  • Think strategically and creatively
  • Work effectively with internal and external leaders, staff and administrators
  • Handle multiple projects, priorities, and deadlines in a fast-paced, multifaceted environment
  • Assist patrons with computer and mobile device questions when covering the Reference Desk
  • Exceptional interpersonal skills and the ability to foster incredibly strong business relationships. Ability to work well within multiple teams, as well as autonomously, and the ability to encourage and motivate others
  • Communicate ideas well both orally and in writing
  • Experience with marketing via a variety of social media channels, particularly YouTube, Facebook and Instagram
  • Experience in developing, implementing, and assessing successful marketing strategies
  • A strong design sense necessary
  • Must have knowledge of and experience with Publisher and other publishing tools
  • Some grant-writing experience preferred
Samples of Work Assignments:
  • Assisting Director on the Board of Trustees’ Strategic Plan.  For example: Helping to create and evaluate surveys, meet with various city and business to promote Library services and events and determine the needs of the Community
  • Designing flyers and other print marketing tools
  • Contacting managers of new apartment buildings for permission to distribute our promotional materials
  • Attending Community Events, for example, Chamber of Commerce events, to create a visible presence for the library
  • Temporarily taking over Book Sale until able to transition it to the Friends of the Johnson Public Library organization
  • Alternating with Director to attend Friends Meetings, helping Friends of the Library to build membership and giving other guidance such as how to run the book sale, or a fundraising program here
  • Responsible for design, implementation, printing, and mailing of glossy newsletter of events and services
  • Covering Reference Desk as scheduled
  • Managing online Government Documents
  • Assist Director and other librarians with grant writing

(Temp) Records Specialist (Bernard Nickels and Assoc) (NJ)

(Temp) Records Specialist, Bernard Nickels and Assoc. – NJ

Bernard Nickels and Associates are currently seeking qualified candidates for an opportunity to work as a Records Specialist for one of the BIG FOUR professional services firms. The duration of this position is: 2/29/2016-5/27/2016 and the selected candidate will work in Jersey City, NJ.

Role Description:
  • Accurately identify and account for working papers in records system.
  • Understand the process for fulfilling internal client requests for retrieval of client working papers on a timely basis.
  • Maintain a high level of professionalism and ethical standards in communicating with client service professionals at all levels.
  • Bachelor’s Degree or prior experience in records management, including records management systems
  • Strong academic credentials
  • Excellent customer service skills, including ability to anticipate needs and multi-task
  • Strong computer skills
  • Ability to prioritize tasks, work on multiple assignments, and manage ambiguityAbility to work both independently and as part of a team with professionals at all levels
Local candidates only:
  • Jersey City, NJ
For complete details and to apply, see:

Library Applications Specialist, Queens Lib (NY)

Library Applications Specialist, Queens Library – NY

Queens Library, located in Queens, NY, is  seeking candidates to fill the position of Library Applications Specialist.

The Library Applications Specialist will be responsible for the day-today activities of the integrated online library system, including routine and non-routine events and maintenance. Duties will include assisting in the administration, development, testing and maintenance of the organizations Integrated Library System (ILS). Provide management reports for senior staff and outside the organization as needed, as well as provide backup support for preparation of statistical reports. Evaluates request for custom programming and coordinates implementation with vendor and staff.

• Performs access control functions, such as creating and modifying new user groups and assigns the correct permissions. Prepares schedule and work plans for installation & upgrades.

• Works with ITD Staff, ILS Vendor & Third Parties to ensure reliable operation of the ILS.

• Initiate change control for all required work on ILS production system. Work with ITD to ensure that all change controls are adequately recorded and All User Emails are sent without delays.

• Tests ILS core circulation functions before Library opens for business (after upgrade & maintenance work).

• Informs Library Staff of changes that impact their operations before they are implemented and coordinates with administrative staff where needed.

• Trains selected IT staff to assist with systems administration functions and provides ILS-related training to non-IT staff as appropriate.

• Works with CLS and QA analysts to ensure ILS upgrades and maintenance work are fully tested in a satisfactory manner using scripts and regression testing methods.

• Responsible for program specifications including work plans.  Develops and monitors all timetables for all approved custom programming requests.

• Ensures third party systems are fully tested prior to rollout.

• Works with ITD staff and Library management to resolve ILS & SIP2 related problems.

• Ensures internal technical problems are resolved in an agreed upon timeframe.

• Report problems that require vendor support immediately and ensure a resolution is established.

• Serves as technical support contact for emergency issues, where customer service is impaired are monitored daily or more frequently depending on level of severity.  Non-emergency issues are monitored daily. Ensures the software is properly functioning in production at all times, except for instances caused by documented BW software bugs with a resolution within an agreed upon timeframe.

• Other duties as assigned.


• MLS/MLIS degree required and 2-5 years’ experience in public library service in either; reference; cataloging; serials; acquisitions.

• A working knowledge of one or more ILS products, Virtua preferred. Knowledge of QBPL processes a plus.

• Familiar with electronic resources such as licensed databases (Ebsco, Gale, Wilson); Bibliographic Utilities such as OCLC & RLIN; Internet Resources; e-Books; Library related standards and protocols such as Marc, Z39.50, XML and Metadata Schemes such as Dublin Core and EAD. Active in professional associations such as ALA, PLA, or LITA.

• Must possess the ability to develop, evaluate and execute implementation plans by defining scope, objectives, tasks and deliverables.

• Ability to manage multiple tasks with competing deadlines and strong organizational skills.

• Maintain current with new trends and technology. Interpret information to resolve issues, work independently, and make good decisions in a timely manner.  An ability to communicate at all levels including executive management.


Please send your resume and cover letter to and reference  “Library Applications Specialist-QLWB” in the subject line. Resumes will only be accepted by email.
For complete details, see:

Tuesday, February 23, 2016

F/T - Contract Administrator, RR Donnelley (NY)

Contract Administrator, RR Donnelley, New York City
Job Description
Business Information Services Vendor Management team in New York is responsible for overseeing the publications & subscriptions service provision for Americas as well as the management of global vendor contracts for BIS managed database services.
The core responsibility of the role is to complete the full cycle of new and renewing contracts within the BIS managed spend categories for managed services which includes:
  • Receipt of new orders
  • Liaising with Sourcing on pricing and term
  • Obtaining inventory and business approvals
  • Setting entitlements
  • Processing invoices for payment
  • Ongoing contract maintenance and inventory management
  • Managing daily interactions with vendors
  • Ensuring accurate and timely capturing of contract inventory and costs within the inventory tool and with financial controllers/accounts payable
  • Ensuring all VM processes are adhered to
  • Ensuring users are made aware of Terms of Use
Requests are submitted via three channels:
  • BIS Product Request Form
  • Email (Microsoft Outlook) directly to an individual or to a group inbox
  • Contract renewals directly from Sourcing
Contract Management:
  • Attend weekly calls with Sourcing to review renewals and ensure they are progressing within timelines
  • Gather Business Unit requirements for contract renewals, liaising with end users, their management and budgetary approvers as required
  • Agree with Business Units prior to contract execution on the preferred allocation methodology for costs and capture that information in the “Inventory Template and Contract Admin Form”
  • Accurately capture all costs and inventory in the inventory tool in the first month of the start of the contract and prior to passing invoices to AP
  • Ensure invoices with allocation details are sent within specified terms to AP
  • Escalate any issues with missed deadlines prior to month end rollover
  • Monitor payment status of invoices
  • Liaise with vendors on daily account maintenance, addition and deletion of users (including terminated employee deletions), IT trouble shooting, user lists, etc.
  • Update and maintain BIS Vendor folders with approvals, allocations methods, terms and conditions and contract overview forms
  • Produce ad-hoc and recurring Business Unit reports as required
  • Liaise with Global colleagues to ensure consistent approach to contract administration
  • Attend weekly Global vendor management team calls
  • Adhere to Vendor Management Policies and Procedures
Publication and Subscription Management:
  • Manage the new and renewing subscriptions (typically journals and periodicals) including assessing requests for subscriptions vs contracts, placing orders with publishers or subscription agents, ensuring approvals are in place, managing invoice processing, creating allocations, maintaining entitlements, maintaining inventory, sending out renewal notices and claims.
  • Assist with monitoring of the group email inbox as required
  • Work alongside the subscription agent to ensure KPIs are adhered to
  • Ensure publications & subscriptions service levels and policies are adhered to
  • Make ad-hoc purchases for books and reports to meet client deadlines
  • Monitor Global managed inventory to identify opportunities to drive savings in subscription expenses
  • Ensure timely processing of orders to avoid rush charges or subscription lapses
  • Proactively manage processes to optimize efficiencies
  • Liaise with global colleagues on process standards and improvements
  • Provide cover for absences
  • Ensure accurate and timely capturing of data in the inventory tool
  • Adhere to all Vendor Management policies and procedures

Required Experience 
  • Undergraduate degree in a related field
  • At least 2-3 years of experience in similar role; Experience in working with financial services and related organizations including brokerage firms, third party research outfits, investment banks, private equity firms, corporate finance firms, etc.
  • Excellent analytical capabilities
  • Proficiency with MS Office Suite (advanced Excel skills a plus) and intermediate to advanced computing skills

To view full posting and apply: Contract Administrator Job Posting

Friday, February 19, 2016

F/T - Research Analyst, Ogilvy (NY)

F/T - Research Analyst, Ogilvy (NY)


The Ogilvy Intelligence Center provides research and insights support to brand planners, marketing strategists, new business, account teams, and others.


We require an experienced analyst with a strong strategic mindset who can employ syndicated research and data to provide actionable, insightful analysis in a deadline-driven environment.


Job description:

  • Provide a pro-active research service to all the main user groups.
  • Respond to ad hoc requests and support longer-term projects.
  • Source data from syndicated resources (e.g. GfK Roper, MRI, Mintel, Euromonitor, Factiva, Kantar Stradegy, The Futures Company).
  • Run cross-tab reports and analyze survey data.
  • Create deliverables on consumer trends, target identification, competitive intelligence, pitch packs, and other topics.
  • Help evaluate research vendors, monitoring data quality and usefulness of our resources.
  • Support Director with training sessions, tracking assignments, demonstrating the team’s capabilities to new & existing accounts.


Required background & skills:

  • 2+ years of experience in business research - ideally related to advertising or media research.
  • Demonstrated experience using industry standard research sources.
  • Strong understanding of survey-based research, statistics and the ability to synthesize findings from syndicated research and data.
  • High awareness of industry events, trends and issues in the marketplace and an understanding of how they may impact consumers and our clients’ business. 


Key Qualities:

  • Ability to tell a story with statistics and research findings to answer the underlying issues and questions.
  • Flexibility and creativity to search cross-disciplinary studies and sources.
  • Interest in advertising, marketing and consumer behavior.
  • Ability to work independently, manage multiple projects and deadlines.
  • Curiosity, patience and accuracy are essential.


If interested, please send your cover letter and resume to Mi hui Pak, Director of Intelligence Group at



F/T - Archivist, Anti-Defamation League (NY)

The Anti-Defamation League has an immediate opening for an experienced, full-time archivist at its Midtown Manhattan headquarters.  ADL is one of the foremost civil rights organizations in the U.S. and has over a hundred year history.  (
The archivist will acquire, manage, preserve and make more accessible documents and other materials of historical significance, with special attention to digital initiatives.  The archivist will also assist in long-range planning for the extensive ADL archival collection.
Major responsibilities:
·   Create a strategic plan for the ADL archive, setting forth long-term goals and short-term objectives.
·   Identify parts of the archive that have special research value and/or historical importance and develop plans for their care and accessibility, including digitization projects if appropriate.
·   Arrange for efficient indexing and retrieval of documents, in accord with best professional practices.
·   Oversee consolidation and elimination, if necessary, of some kinds of materials in the archive.
·   Conduct archival research for ADL staff and the public upon request.
·   Supervise and train archive interns and volunteers.
·   Conduct training for ADL regional and national staff in managing their archival materials and on sending them to be stored at the national office.
Major qualifications:
·   Master’s degree in library/information science with specialized course work in archives management.  Certified Archivist (CA) or Certified Records Manager (CEM) preferred.
·   At least three years’ experience with archives management in positions of increasing responsibility.
Contact information:
·   Please send your letter and resume to Marianne Benjamin, Manager of Library and Archives,

P/T - Adult Svcs Librarian, White Plains Lib (NY)

Be a part of one of the most exciting libraries in New York!

The White Plains Public Library seeks a part-time Adult Services Librarian.  We are seeking individuals who love working with the public and technology—and take pride in delivering great customer service.
Hours include selected weekdays 3:00-7:00pm and every Saturday 1:00-5:00pm for a total of 12hrs/weekly. Starting salary: $22.50 per hour.  Master’s Degree in Library Science required and Spanish language skills preferred. 

Duties include, but are not limited to:
  • provide reference and reader’s advisory
  • assist patrons with a range of software [Microsoft, Corel, Open Office]
  • assist in e-book and basic computer skills one-on-one training
  • carry out other tasks as needed
Submit resume with references via email to:
Tim Baird, Head of Adult & Teen Services
White Plains Public Library

Coll'n Assessm't & Analysis Lib, Columbia U (NY)

Collection Assessment and Analysis Librarian, Columbia University – New York, NY

The Columbia University Libraries invites nominations and applications for the position of Collection Assessment and Analysis Librarian, Science and Engineering Libraries division. The Collection Assessment and Analysis Librarian will design an organizational framework for assessing collections in a large science and engineering research environment. The position will analyze usage statistics; develop evaluation models for current and new products; assess print and electronic collections including overlap analyses; and identify potential digitization projects and collaborative collection development opportunities

The position will analyze usage statistics; develop evaluation models for current and new products; assess print and electronic collections including overlap analyses; and identify potential digitization projects and collaborative collection development opportunities. This position will focus on the collections relating to Chemistry, Physics, and Astronomy.Reporting to the Head of Collection Development for Science and Engineering Libraries, the Collection Assessment and Analysis Librarian will provide direct service to faculty and students, including virtual reference, instruction and outreach, and research consultations. It will also coordinate marketing efforts for Science & Engineering Libraries services and events. In addition, this position participates on Libraries-wide task forces and working groups and represents the organization at appropriate regional and national forums.As one of the world’s leading research universities, Columbia University in the City of New York provides outstanding opportunities to work and grow in a dynamic, multicultural, intellectual community. The Columbia University Libraries comprises a diverse and engaged staff committed to furthering the University’s teaching and research mission through innovation, collaboration, and a commitment to excellence.Columbia University is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer and strongly encourages individuals of all backgrounds and cultures to consider this position. We offer a salary commensurate with qualifications and experience.

Minimum Qualifications: – MLS or other advanced degree in the sciences or engineering or other appropriate discipline or equivalent- Strong data analysis skills- Proficiency with core research resources in the sciences and engineering- Familiarity with scientific research, data management, and scholarly communications trends, including open access publishing- Experience providing service and outreach in a technology-rich environment- Experience managing complex projects- An ability to clearly articulate ideas through excellent written and presentation skills- Demonstrated initiative, flexibility, and the ability to work in a collaborative environment

Preferred Qualifications: – Undergraduate or advanced degree in a science, engineering, or related discipline- Successful experience working in an academic or research intensive environment – Familiarity with emerging technologies and social media As a member of the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) and the Council of Ivy Group Presidents (Ivy League), it is imperative that members of the Columbia University community, in all matters related to the intercollegiate athletics program, exhibit the highest professional standards and ethical behavior with regard to adherence to NCAA, Conference, University, and Department of Intercollegiate Athletics and Physical Education rules and regulations.


Source: (SimplyHired)


F/T - Manager, Prospect Research, UNICEF (NY)

Manager, Prospect Research, The United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF) – New York, NY

The U.S. Fund for UNICEF seeks a Manager of Prospect Research to identify new prospects and conduct research on individuals, family foundations, corporations, and organizations in support of its development efforts. Reporting to the Deputy Director of Prospect Research, the ideal candidate will create research products that will help the Development team engage, solicit, and steward donors. The Manager will collaborate and work laterally with other team members and fundraisers based across the United States to support our ambitious divisional revenue goal of $318+ million.

Key Responsibilities/Outcomes (include but are not limited to):

Respond to and fulfill research requests from frontline fundraising staff on an on-going basis in a timely manner

Collect biographical and financial information using databases and online resources of public information

Create concise, accurate, and timely donor research reports, including prospect profiles, event bios/briefings, corporate briefs, executive bios, and board nomination bios

Guide regular strategy meetings to help develop action plans for engaging, soliciting and stewarding donors

Play key role in developing parameters for and identifying prospects for specialized fundraising projects

Ascertain the organization’s fundraising viability in particular industries and geographies

Review fundraisers’ portfolios with them in order to move prospects through the donor cycle

Lead trainings for fundraising staff in best practices for donor research

Proactively identify, qualify, and rate donor leads in order to expand the prospect pool

Analyze, interpret, and synthesize information to assess prospects’ philanthropic capacity and inclination and to suggest ask amounts

Research and suggest potential board candidates

Monitor news, philanthropic publications and alerts to identify new prospects, to stay on top of latest trends in prospect research, and to identify new tools and resources

Routinely make research-verified updates to refresh donor database information and keep fundraisers apprised of changes

Qualifications :

Bachelor’s degree with five years relevant work experience; three years non-profit development research experience preferred

Demonstrated ability to conduct comprehensive research and produce concise profiles

Knowledge of research databases and techniques

Advanced proficiency in Microsoft Office programs (Excel, Outlook, PowerPoint and Word)

Strong aptitude for understanding and distilling complex financial data (including property records, SEC filings, 990 reports, etc.)

Excellent writing, editing, and proofreading skills

Strong client services-oriented approach

Ability to work collaboratively with colleagues at a variety of levels across the country

Ability to exercise good judgment in balancing deadlines, prioritizing multiple projects

Ability to think strategically, creatively, and analytically

Ability to handle highly sensitive information appropriately and maintain confidentiality with donor information


Source:  (Indeed)

P/T - Part-Time Librarian, NY School for Med'l and Dental Assts (NY)

Part-Time Librarian, New York School for Medical and Dental Assistants (NY)

Long Island City, NY
Admin - Libraries
$33 to $36 USD Per Hour
  • Prepares for and provides classroom and individual instruction to demonstrate the use of library resources, on line databases, and the internet, which include working with classroom faculty to develop curricular objectives, create online library-related resources and instructional materials, and delivering appropriate information literacy instruction.
  • Assists in budget preparation for the Library.
  • Oversees the acquisition, cataloging and circulation of library materials which reflect the qualities of excellence appropriate to the objectives of the school.
  • Administers all aspects of the library services, staffing and resources including budget decisions and facilities planning.
  • Assumes responsibility for the selection, purchase and control of the physical equipment of the library.
  • Provides guidance to students and faculty in navigation of library resources.
  • Assumes responsibility for the development and implementation of a bibliographic instruction program for students.
  • Collaborate with faculty in building collections and resources to support student learning.
  • Chairs the library committee
  • Regularly participate in scheduled faculty meetings.
  • Participates in semi-annual graduation ceremonies.


Campus president
The New York School for Medical and Dental Assistants`
Email Address:

Wednesday, February 17, 2016

SEO Manager, Precise Leads (NY)

SEO Manager, Precise Leads – NY

Precise Leads, a fast-growing, award-winning customer acquisition company based in New York, is seeking a data-driven SEO manager to support inbound content marketing strategies for both B2B and B2C initiatives.
The ideal candidate has at least 2 years of experience in using data and testing to improve organic search engine results, as well as some experience guiding budgets for paid search & social campaigns. Hands-on experience with content creation and amplification through both organic search and social channels a huge plus.

The right candidate will be able to hit the ground running with daily campaign management, staying ROI-positive while scaling volume. You’ll work closely with management to craft and implement SEM, SEO, and social strategies that meet all business goals, both short and long term. Expertise in all major social platforms a must. Google Analytics, Ad Words, Tag Manager, and Search Console experience required, and familiarity with Taboola & Outbrain is a plus.

Ideally, you will have experience with short- and long-tail keyword strategies, high-volume campaigns, lead generation, Quality Score strategy, landing page optimization, and ad copy optimization. We believe in a culture of testing, and we’re looking for someone who wants to grow and who strives to keep beating his or her “best results” instead of relying on what’s “worked in the past.”
Familiarity with Hubspot and Moz Pro not required but preferred.

Responsibilities include:
  • Generating interest and engagement for content marketing initiatives
  • Daily program management: budgeting, performance reporting, bid management, campaign optimization, keyword research and ad copywriting
  • Competitive intelligence: keeping an expert eye on our competitors and the category’s search landscape
  • Industry intelligence: staying up to date with the changing search landscape, utilizing best-in-class tools and resources
  • Implementing strategies to target and (profitably) acquire visitors for both short- and long-tail keywords
  • Testing, testing, testing: spearheading extensive ad copy, landing page, and keyword testing
  • Managing strategies for desktop and mobile search, including click to call
  • Acting as an internal advocate for your program and campaigns
  • Communicating and coordinating with all stakeholders
Required skills and experience:
  • 2+ years experience in paid search and organic SEO
  • Excellent time management skills, with the ability to work independently and with a team
  • Intermediate to advanced Excel skills
  • Strong written and verbal communication
  • Excellent analytical and problem-solving skills, with a knack for outside-the-box thinking
  • A passion and excitement for the search industry, with a desire to create innovative new ways to connect searchers with the right product
To view full posting and apply:

(Temp) Archival Digitization Specialist, Ancestry (NY)

(Temp) Archival Digitization Specialist, Ancestry – NY

Ancestry is seeking an Archival Digitization Specialist to fill a contract position performing document preservation in New York City, New York.

Job Description

Working as a document/archival preservationist for Ancestry requires a technical and computer literate individual who ideally has previous experience working with digitization, archival documents, and/or goal oriented production projects. Qualified candidates will also be detail-oriented, organized, and accustomed to working independently in an environment that handles focused and repetitive tasks which requires a logical balance of efficiency and accuracy.  This opportunity requires the contractor to work within the normal business hours of the office and, as such, is not a work-from-home opportunity and will be paid $13 hourly.


  • Capture digital images of documents as specified by the company
  • Perform quality audits on each roll that is scanned before transmission
  • Report progress and quality audit notes according to the tracking system outlined
  • Enter data into spreadsheets and other software
  • Initiate and maintain responsibility of the delivery or transmission of images to corporate office for processing
  • Troubleshoot basic problems with hardware, software, and image quality
  • Perform regular equipment maintenance functions, as well as coordinate for machine maintenance/repair with third-party hardware service providers
  • Perform basic image enhancement and file organization tasks
  • Maintain professional relationships with business partners that protect image and mission of
  • Maintains high standards despite pressing deadlines; regularly produces accurate, thorough and professional work
  • Able to manage multiple projects, able to determine project urgency in a practical way; uses
  • Anticipates problems; gathers information before making decisions; analyzes current procedures for possible improvements; notifies supervisor of problems in a timely manner
  • Demonstrates knowledge of techniques, skills, equipment, procedures and materials. Applies knowledge to identify issues and internal problems; works to develop additional technical knowledge and skills
  • Photography, Library and Archives, or History background/experience preferred.
To apply: