Build web pages for Client website; develop, maintain and update content;
Participate in activities and tasks in support of developing Web sites and information products using Web 2.0 tools, including mash-ups, Web widgets, etc.
Search for and evaluate for inclusion conferences, conference proceedings, grants, Federal Register announcements, federal press releases, web sites, workshops related to invasive species.
Recommend science related materials for library's collection in the area of water resources, invasive species and related subjects; use Blackwell's Collection Manager and Web searching to identify and order books on water quality and meteorology.
Identify USDA documents for inclusion in library's digital repository.
Develop print and online bibliographies searching AGRICOLA and other relevant databases and using software such as ProCite, Dreamweaver and MS Word.
Create print and online publications using software such as Dreamweaver, Photoshop and Acrobat; Create bibliographies, training materials, brochures using MS Word and MS Publisher;
Provide reference and research services via phone and email on water resources, invasive species and related issues, including literature searches and use of print and electronic resources; Maintain reference and research statistics; Produce monthly report of activities; Assist in maintaining link integrity for library's site;
Excellent written and oral communication skills
Detail-oriented and able to handle multiple priorities
Knowledge of or familiarity with scientific literature; Experience developing and maintaining web pages
Experience with reference work
Dreamweaver ; XML, HTML; Adobe, MS Office; Web 2.0 tools, desired
Experience in the fields of water quality and/or invasive species, desired
LAC Group is an Equal Opportunity / Affirmative Action Employer who values diversity in the workplace.
Library Associates - 2 years ago