The Library Technician works closely with the Librarian, University administrative staff, faculty, and students providing library services that support the University program outcomes. The Library Technician is a part-time position with a flexible schedule that may include evening and weekend hours as needed, in support of our students.
ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
- Provide a full range of circulation services, including patron registration and transactions
- Catalog, classify and process new materials
- Guide library patrons in finding and using library resources, including reference and reserve materials, computers and electronic resources
- Communicate with vendors and verify invoices
- Organize and maintain print periodicals and reserve materials
- Work with bursar’s office to place holds on student accounts
- Collect, maintain and process library billing information
- Collect and maintain library statistics
- Design, customize and maintain the library web site, research guides and catalog
- Repair damaged books
- Assist in Information Literacy and library instruction sessions
- Maintain the library in the Librarian’s absence
- Assist in organizing and marketing events, writing reports and maintaining files
- Coordinate, train and supervise student employees
OTHER DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
May perform other duties and responsibilities that management may deem necessary from time to time.
EDUCATION and/or EXPERIENCE:
- Undergraduate degree preferred.
- Minimum one year experience working in a library or equivalent setting (i.e., library vendor or consortium) required; experience working in technical library services preferred.
- Proficient in Microsoft Word, PowerPoint, Access, and Excel
- Familiarity with library management and web editing software preferred.
- Applied knowledge of spelling, grammar, and punctuation, as well as sentence and paragraph structure
- Ability to communicate effectively with and work well with a diverse staff and user population
- Ability to follow routine oral and written instructions
- Ability to provide effective customer service
- Ability to train and to supervise the activities of peer staff or student workers
- Ability to think logically
- Analytical and problem solving skills
- General knowledge of institutional policies and procedures
- General knowledge of library services and their availability
- General knowledge of pertinent functional practices and procedures
- Basic computer knowledge and skills including accurate keyboarding.
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