Part-Time Learning Resources Assistant II, Learning Resources

Job description

Job Title Part-Time Learning Resources Assistant II, Learning Resources
Job ID 997087
Location Kendall Campus
Full/Part Time Part-Time
Regular/Temporary Temporary

Job Details

Job Family
STAFF - Support Staff
$10.95 - $13.68
Learning Resources
Reports To
Director, Learning Resources
Closing Date
Open Until Filled
FLSA Status

Job Summary

The Instructional Assistant II is responsible for a service or function area within Learning Resources such as: interlibrary loan, serials, reserves, technical services, collection development, and instructional/tutoring support. Provides support to students and helps them with their assignments, software, multi-media projects and information resources.

Duties & Responsibilities

•Maintains and supports a service area in Learning Resources such as: circulation, interlibrary loan, serials, technical services and tutoring
•Provides information to users via social media, text/chat services, email or telephone
•Assists users in the use of academic software and other information resources
•Assists users with technical or computer related questions
•Delivers student educational workshops and other outreach activities to promote Learning Resources and services
•Secures pricing information and quotes from vendors for Learning Resources purchases
•Recommends and evaluates software/hardware applications for Learning Resources
•Executes special projects such as inventory and weeding
•Recommends college-wide procedures for Learning Resources functions and services
•Collects statistical data for college-wide Learning Resources reports
•Performs other duties as assigned

Minimum Requirements

•Associates degree from a regionally accredited institution and two (2) years of library experience, or any combination of education and work experience
•All degrees must be from a regionally accredited institution
•Knowledge and understanding of college organization: admission, academic regulations, programs of study, departmental regulations, goals and objectives, and College policies and procedures
•Proficient verbal and written communication skills Ability to analyze data and summarize
•Ability to speak effectively before groups
•information for reports and other written communication
•Advanced ability to follow oral and written instructions
•Ability to set-up, evaluate and troubleshoot hardware and software problems
•Ability to maintain effective interpersonal relations with students, faculty and administration and to work collaboratively
•Ability to read and interpret documents and procedure manuals
•Ability to multitask and prioritize
•Ability to solve problems and think critically
•Ability to work in a multi-ethnic and multi-cultural environment with students, faculty, and staff





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Posted: 2/2/2018
Application Due: 4/3/2018
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