Manage and coordinate public services related to government information, map and microform collections. Instruct patrons on equipment and library policies regarding access, security, interlibrary loan and circulation of the collections. Support the department's equipment, computers and peripherals. Provide basic research assistance. Hire, train, and supervise student employees.
Serve as liaison and principal contact for inter-library loan services related to microform collections and oversee the processing of microform inter-library loan requests. Ensure adherence to library policies regarding circulation, access, security and computers. Resolve problems related to document delivery requests. Provide day-to-day support for departmental equipment, computers and peripherals.
REQUIRED: Two years of college level coursework and one year library experience.
Ability to process complex, detailed work with accuracy; strong organizational skills. Strong computer skills including email, internet applications, database searching and MS Office software, especially Word, Excel and Outlook. Knowledge of online searching procedures. Good interpersonal skills. Demonstrated problem-solving and decision-making abilities; ability to pay attention-to-detail and follow established guidelines. Ability to effectively communicate and exchange information.
Supervisory experience. Knowledge of library procedures and resources.
Working Conditions/Physical Demands:
Must be able to work with collections and equipment, which includes lifting up to 25 pounds, shelving, shifting, scooting, and crawling under tables and desks to access equipment parts and power sources. May also require long periods working at the computer. Some weekends and evening shifts.
Salary Plan: SS
Salary Grade: 0F
Department: LIBRARIES (BL-LIBR-IUBLA)
Internal Number: 74144
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