Parts Cataloger Job Description Sample
Heritage Auctions (HA.com). Heritage is the third largest auction house in the world with 40 auction categories encompassing Fine Jewelry, Timepieces, Luxury Accessories, Fine Art, Coins, Sports, Comics, Historical, Entertainment & Music, Vintage Movie Posters… and more!
ESSENTIAL DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES:
- Studied knowledge of key luxury brands and styles, especially Hermes, Chanel and Louis Vuitton
- 2+ years working in luxury accessories, preferably in a similar capacity i.e. condition reporting or writing content for e-commerce
- Experience working in fast-paced environment and meeting strict deadlines
- Ability to juggle multiple tasks and readiness to take on additional assignments as they arise, including those outside specific job description
- Team oriented with strong communication skills and diligent follow-through
- Social Media experience , preferred
- Comfortable with light physical labor like lifting boxes, packing and unpacking shipment, setting up for events and previews
- Prior experience in an auction house, preferred
- Experience with Microsoft Office Suite including Excel, PowerPoint, Microsoft Outlook
- Must be able to travel as needed
- Though rare, work on weekends can be required. Must be flexible with accommodating needs of auction and related previews/events
- Computer competency and comfort in learning new programs
- Experience with Jira or other ticketing programs
The following are attributes that we are seeking in all employees at Heritage:
- Self-motivation, intelligence, and strong work ethic
- Willingness to learn
- Ability to follow set standards and take direction
- Ability to analyze and propose solutions to problems
- Ability to work in a fast-paced, multi-project, and dynamic environment
- Absolute drive to complete projects on time and in a detailed manner
- Excellent organizational skills: accurate and thorough
- Excellent communication
Reporting to the Dean of Libraries through the Director of Cushing Memorial Library and Archives, the Project Cataloger will perform both copy and original cataloging for Cushing Library s collection materials. Responsibilities include: perform copy cataloging, enhance OCLC and Voyager records, and perform original cataloging for Cushing Library s collection materials, including monographs and serials; follow cataloging rules and best practices; follow and apply internal policies and guidelines; provide bi-weekly oral reports and written reports as needed; support and promote the Libraries and Texas A&M shared vision and values; other duties as assigned.
Master s Degree in Library and Information Science from an ALA-accredited institution or international equivalent; Demonstrated experience performing copy cataloging and original cataloging for monographs; Experience using a library management system, such as Voyager; Demonstrated knowledge of cataloging best practices; Demonstrated knowledge with MARC format and cataloging rules, including RDA, AACR2, LCSH, and LCC; Experience with OCLC Connexion Client; Working knowledge of standard catalog reference tools; Demonstrated knowledge of best practices for handling fragile materials; Ability to follow directions and apply internal policies and guidelines; Ability to work in a collaborative environment; Excellent attention to detail; Excellent oral and written communication skills; Commitment to diversity and to serving the needs of a diverse population.
Experience working with rare book/special collections; Serials cataloging experience; Working knowledge of a language in addition to English; Experience cataloging multiple physical formats; Ability to identify and flag conservation and preservation needs of collections; Demonstrated ability to achieve results with minimal supervision.
ENVIRONMENT: The University: Founded in 1876 as a land-grant institution, Texas A&M University is the sixth largest university in the nation. The signature Aggie Spirit captures and embodies the university s traditions and core values:
Excellence, Integrity, Leadership, Loyalty, Respect, and Selfless Service. The university has an enrollment of more than 55,000 students and 2,800 instructional faculty. Based on Vision 2020, the institution s goal is to become a premier, tier-one research university and to be ranked among the top 10 public universities nationwide by 2020.
The Libraries: In an effort to provide relevant customer service in an ever-changing environment, the Texas A&M University Libraries is developing a core culture representing flexibility, innovation and risk-taking. In addition, the Libraries recognize the value in creating a culture that draws from the richness and strength reflected in the diversity of our state and our nation and has created an actionable Diversity Plan.
The Libraries currently rank 8th in materials expenditures ($23.6 million) and 4th in ongoing expenditures ($16.6 million) among all ARL libraries. Additionally, the Libraries typically rank near the top 10 for starting librarian salaries among ARL U.S. Public Academic Libraries.
Currently the staffing includes 268 individuals which includes 90 librarians holding faculty status. The Community: Texas A&M is located in Bryan-College Station, a friendly community where the ubiquitous howdy greets friends and newcomers alike. The community boasts excellent medical facilities, live entertainment and the arts, fine-to-casual dining, outdoor recreation, a local airport, and a low cost of living, as well as easy proximity
Digital Asset Cataloger (Part-Time)
January 19, 2018
The Los Angeles Philharmonic Association is currently seeking a:
Digital Asset Cataloger (Part-Time)
Founded in 1919, the Los Angeles Philharmonic Association's mission is to perform, present, and promote music in its varied forms at the highest level of excellence to a diverse and large audience, both at the Walt Disney Concert Hall and the Hollywood Bowl. The Los Angeles Philharmonic Association is dedicated to continuing its pre-eminent status in the music world of the 21st century.
The Digital Asset Cataloger performs duties that require working knowledge of asset management principles to ingest, organize, describe, retrieve and disseminate born-digital and digitized historical materials in the Los Angeles Philharmonic's Digital Asset Management System. The Digital Asset Cataloger reports to the Digital Asset Manager.
- Create inventories, form collections, and create metadata for materials in the Digital Asset Management System (DAMS).
- Identify and evaluate destinations in the DAMS for a wide variety of historical assets under the care of the Los Angeles Philharmonic.
- Assist in managing high-volume asset ingest projects, and perform detail-oriented staging, mapping, tagging, and quality control of asset metadata.
- Ensure database of record accuracy by conducting performance history research and data entry as needed.
- Maintain and suggest revisions for work-in-progress documentation to assure best-practice naming conventions, organization, and metadata ascription.
- Support ease of system access for internal and external users by offering feedback and solutions for streamlining procedures to improve user experience.
- At least one academic year of completed study in a Masters in Library and Information Science (MLIS) degree program from an American Library Association (ALA)-accredited library school or M.A. with concentration in Archival Studies, Digital Curation or Moving Images.
- Demonstrated interest or relevant background in musicology preferred, including music literature and history.
- At least one year of relevant cataloging experience, including digitizing and organizing collections in a variety of formats, such as creating and updating information in a digital asset management system or applying metadata to digital objects.
- Advanced computer proficiency, including experience with databases; experience with asset repositories preferred.
- Ability to plan, organize, and execute multiple projects and activities with a high degree of initiative and independence.
- Advanced research proficiency with demonstrated accuracy and attention to detail.
- Excellent written, verbal, and interpersonal communication skills.
How to apply:
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- Complete the application with all pertinent information.
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The Los Angeles Philharmonic Association will consider for employment qualified Applicants with Criminal Histories in a manner consistent with the requirements of the FCIHO.
Copy Cataloger – (Library Assistant Iii)
Copy Cataloger – (Library Assistant III) Apply now
Job no:506228 Work type:Staff Full-Time Location:Main Campus (Gainesville, FL) Categories:Library/Physical/Social Science Department:55160100 - LB-CATALOG CHAIR Classification Title: Copy Cataloger – (Library Assistant III)
JOB SUMMARY The Copy Cataloger is responsible for shared cataloging of library material according to accepted national standards. This includes describing the content of items and assigning appropriate Library of Congress classification number. Catalog records are regularly edited and updated in OCLC WorldCat, an international database of library collections, and included in the library management system. The work also requires the creation of related authority records for numbered series titles. Rotating duties include review of cataloging problem reports for shelf-ready material and monitoring the rush and bookplate requests mailboxes. RESPONSIBILITIES Shared cataloging of materials
Catalogs most formats of monographic material with existing bibliographic copy in all languages (excluding CJK). Includes:
Reviews records for accuracy and applies all local procedures.
Uses AACR2 and RDA cataloging rules as they pertain to cataloging of copy without close supervision and has a good understanding of MARC 21.
Assigns LC call numbers when needed.
Adds additional access points such as names, subject headings, additional title information, etc.
Edits and replaces master OCLC records to correct errors or enhance accessibility.
Creates holding and item records at all levels of complexity.
Performs post-cataloging physical processing of material.
Creates NACO authority records for numbered series with supervision and review. Metadata maintenance, problem solving, and special projects
Utilizes knowledge of the library management system (e.g., bibliographic, holding, item, and order records) and library workflows and practices to effectively problem solve.
Handles transfers when needed, especially to FLARE.
Does most types of bibliographic record maintenance when needed.
Reclassifies material from one shelving scheme to another (i.e., Dewey Classification to Library of Congress Classification).
Participates in special projects as needed. Rotating responsibilities
Has responsibility on a monthly rotation for:
Cataloging rush material requested via the catalog and purchased by Acquisitions.
Monitoring the department mailbox for virtual bookplate requests.
Reviewing the CatQC reports and fixing flagged records as well as the reviewing physical items referred to us by Acquisitions staff. Teamwork and customer service
Provides cataloging-related help to other library staff (within and outside the department), including student assistants and OPS employees.
Helps facilitate cross-departmental communication by serving on Library committees/task forces as needed and by attending the Access and Resource Sharing Committee meetings. Participates in other department and library activities
Contributes to documentation of unit and departmental policies and procedures
Participates in staff development opportunities
- Other duties as assigned Advertised Salary: $15.76 hourly; actual rate will reflect experience and credentials
High School diploma or equivalent and four years of library or related clerical/customer service experience; or a bachelor’s degree and one year of library or related clerical/customer service experience
Knowledge of Machine Readable Cataloging (MARC), Resource Description and Access (RDA), Anglo-American Cataloging Rules 2nd Rev, and some knowledge of Library of Congress Classification and Subject Headings
Ability to utilize cataloging tools and resources such as OCLC Connexion, RDA Toolkit, and Classification Web
Experience with ALEPH or Sierra ILS
Demonstrated problem-solving ability
Ability to use cataloging procedures and tools and to contribute to their review and development
Ability to work independently and with high initiative
Basic computer skills and experience with Microsoft Word, Excel, and Outlook
Strong verbal and written communication skills
Ability to work collaboratively to accomplish goals
Flexibility, and ability to adapt and work in a rapidly changing academic environment
Knowledge of at least one foreign language Special Instructions to Applicants: To apply, submit 1) a cover letter detailing your interest in and qualifications for this position; 2) your current resume or CV; and 3) a list of three references including their contact information (address, telephone number, and email). Apply by February 12, 2018 (applications will be reviewed as received). If you have questions about the application process please contact Tina Marie Litchfield, email@example.com. Health Assessment Required:No Advertised:31 Jan 2018Eastern Standard Time Applications close:12 Feb 2018Eastern Standard Time
Parts Driver - Parts Counter Position
Honda Marysville is seeking a full time parts driver, position entails delivery of parts and some parts counter work. Some parts experience helpful but not required. Qualified candidate should be outgoing, detail oriented, able to use computers and think on their feet. Position offers excellent opportunity to grow from within. Position is available immediately , requires pre employment drug screen and a clean driving record. We offer excellent benefits and compensation packages.
Full Time Automotive Parts Driver / Parts Assistant
Lynn Smith Chevrolet in Burleson
is accepting applications and conducting personal interviews to hire an experienced:
Full Time Parts Driver / Parts Assistant
to work in our parts department!
Business is booming and we need to fill this position now.
Parts experience is a plus but not required.
Applicants must have a valid driver’s license and a clean driving record.
We are ranked number one by our customers in sales,
customer satisfaction, service & parts.
Our employee benefits include:
Great income plus lucrative incentives
Benefits- Insurance- 401K
Drug free work environment
Equal opportunity employer
Family owned and operated dealership
Lynn Smith Chevrolet
925 N. Burleson Blvd.
Burleson, TX 76028
Interviews are by appointment only
No drop-ins please.
Submit your resume to this job posting.
Please include your name, address, email address and phone number on your resume.
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Burleson, TX 76028
Catalog Sales Manager - Standard Parts
Position Summary: The individual has the responsibility for overall revenue / profit growth of our $20M Standard Parts business unit, within Cooper’s ISG (Industrial & Specialty Group). This will be achieved through: New product development, Market analysis / initiatives, Distribution Strategy, and Price Strategy. Additionally, this position will manage the order entry & Inventory control duties completed within the Standard Parts department. Primary
* Responsible for achieving the annual revenue plan of the Standard Parts business (Fluid and Sealing parts), while maintaining our current margin percentage.
Develop new revenue opportunities for sales growth with both our existing as well as finding new customers, utilizing our quoting process.
Conduct market analysis of our product lines as compared to our competitors and develop a strategy to win with both the OEM’s as well as the key Distribution network.
Utilize our annual budget to Identify & implement marketing Initiatives to get our brand name into the world, using Media Campaigns, Website’s, Amazon Business and trade shows.
Develop pricing & rebate strategies for both Distributors and Manufacturing customers to keep us competitive in the market place.
Responsible for developing annual budget and monthly sales forecast for Standard Parts, with focus on recovery from any shortfall.
Frequent contact with Distribution / OEM customers to understand shortages/overage in their sales, set next year targets, understand their expectations as well as seeking input on future opportunities for new business.
Properly utilize internal systems and procedures, while striving for improvements to both our software and manual systems.
Support the customer in regards to delivery and quality issues
Direct Account Management duties for specific customers to include: processing RFQ’s, Contracts, PO acceptance and manage product launch.
Manage Standard Parts team, which duties include: Order Entry, CSR / MRP for warehouse, Inside Sales
Ad Hoc projects as needed. Education and Qualification
* 10 years of experience Managing & Developing Distribution sales channels, with a firm understanding of how to successfully operate within them.
Bachelor’s Degree in Sales, Engineering or Business preferred.
Proficient in Microsoft Office Applications.
Technical capability to properly represent the Company’s products to the Customer.
Ability to communicate effectively with external customers and internal cross functional teams to bring complex issues to a swift resolution.
Experience in all phases of the selling cycle with demonstrated successful negotiation experience
Project management skills are desired with excellent ability to prioritize, multitask and organize
Must be an effective leader of people
Willingness and ability to travel, as necessary
Title:Catalog Sales Manager - Standard Parts
National Sales Manager -- Castings, Metal Parts & Automotive Parts
National Sales Manager -- Castings, Metal Parts & Automotive Parts
The Federal Group USA, an innovator in the off-shore manufacturing of metal automotive & industrial components, such as castings, precision machined parts, cold forming and metal fabrications.
The National Sales Manager will be responsible for identifying target accounts for the company’s products, creating strategies for securing new business and executing sales plans to meet sales objectives and goals. It is expected that person in this position will spend 50-75% of their time traveling either locally or over-night to visit both current and prospect customers. We are looking for a road warrior with a hunter mentality and the ability to close on new sales opportunities. The position will earn a base salary plus commissions as well as other benefits such as a 401K program, profit sharing plus a healthcare program and paid holidays and vacation days.
Develop, manage and qualify ongoing list of prospect accounts
Solicit appropriate quote requests from existing and prospect customers – related activities may include cold calling, setting meetings, conducting presentations, networking, attending industry events / trade shows and entertaining customers.
Maintain accurate and timely reporting activities, including CRM input, trip reports and other activity reports
Provide detailed and accurate quotation feedback utilizing the company’s CRM system
Act as the customer focal point for the launch of any new business
Participate in annual budget development and ongoing forecasting activities
Business or Technical college degree
3 years minimum experience in a sales or business development role
Proven track record of identifying and closing sales with new accounts
Strong negotiation and problem solving skills
Ability to read and interpret blueprints and manufacturing specifications
Proficient in Microsoft Office Systems (Excel, Outlook, Word & PowerPoint)
Detail orientated with the ability to communicate effectively
Valid driver’s license with the willingness and ability to travel frequently
Background in forged, cast and machined metal products
Basic knowledge of Microsoft Dynamics CRM (ideally) or other CRM platforms
Experience working in a multi-national environment
Valid U.S. passport
Automotive, Mechanical or Industrial Engineering, Outsourcing/Offshoring
Parts Department Personnel , Parts Counter Man
this is for a parts managers assistant
receive parts, verify parts, validate invoices, stock parts.
Great place to work when your people believe in the work.
Parts Associate - Forklift Parts
Eastern Lift Truck Co., Inc.
Parts Associate - Newark, DE
Eastern Lift Truck Co., Inc., a leader in forklift sales and service for over 45 years, was built on the motto "We're Known For Good Service." We provide sales and service in all areas of the Lift Truck, Material Handling, and Allied Product Business. We are expanding and looking for motivated people who wish to contribute and a part of our growth. Currently, we are seeking a Parts Associate based out of our Newark, DE location.
- Grow our customer base and increase sales within our parts department
- Order and pull parts for our customers and Road/Shop Personnel
- Source parts to find the best value for our customers
- Maintain an accurate inventory
- Seek to resolve customer issues
- Work with our sales professional to foster relationships with new and existing customers
- High-energy sales professional
- Forklift, automotive, or heavy equipment parts experience
- Candidate must be self-motivated, detail oriented, and possess excellent customer service skills
- Ability to multi-task and function in a fast paced environment
- Excellent work ethic and a POSITIVE attitude
- Applicant must be a team player
- Computer proficient
- Stable work history
- Willingness and desire to pursue a career with a leader in the Material Handling Industry!
Eastern Lift Truck offers competitive wages and excellent benefits including:
- Medical, Dental, and Prescription Plan.
- 401k with partial company match
- Short & Long Term Disability
- Basic and Supplemental life insurance policies
- Paid vacation and comp days
- Paid holidays
To learn more about our growing company, please visit our website at www.easternlifttruck.com.
Eastern Lift Truck Company is an Equal Opportunity Employer
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