Cataloging Librarian

 Princeton Theological Seminary invites applications for a Cataloging Librarian. The Princeton Theological Seminary Library strengthens teaching, inspires learning, broadens access, fosters research, embraces change, and advances and preserves knowledge, in support of the Seminary’s mission. Shaped by two centuries of development, the Library embraces its role at the intersection of the theological record and the community of scholars; continues Princeton Seminary’s commitment to build collections of depth; and promotes an environment of broad access to the theological heritage.

Candidates must display an energy and commitment to a vision of an agile, project-based cataloging unit that balances quality and production expectations to further the accessibility of a unique research collection. Work will include original and copy cataloging in all formats across the collection and contributing to cataloging related projects, such as authority work, linked data initiatives, and documentation. The successful candidate will have cataloging experience in an academic library, and possess a master’s degree in library or information science, fluency in German and one other language, and familiarity theological and religious concepts, language, and history.

Interested applicants should provide a cover letter, resume and complete the application available at, where the full job description may be found.