Library Media Technician I - *EXTENDED*
Under direction of the Director of the Learning Resources Center or Learning Resources Center Technical Manager, coordinates and participates in technical and clerical library audio-visual media duties relating to the use of technology and the circulation, acquisition, processing, repair of, and display of library and/or audio-visual center materials; trains and oversees the work of others in library and audio-visual media functions; supervises the circulation desks and other LRC areas; prioritizes services and enforces college policies and procedures.
- Performs duties necessary for processing books and media.
- Helps plan and implement procedures for the Learning Resources Center.
- Trains, schedules, assigns tasks to, and supervises the work of student assistants
- Assists faculty and students in locating and using LRC materials and technology.
- Circulates LRC materials using the SIRSI automated library system including periodicals and books to faculty and students
- Registers student and faculty into the SIRSI automated library system
- Conducts inventory
- Supervises and maintains work areas.
- Supervises and participates in the collection of fines and fees
- Receives, checks in and processes LRC equipment and materials using the SIRSI automated library system and other recordkeeping systems
- Repairs and supervises the repair of LRC materials
- Enforces college policies and procedures
- Maintains a variety of lists
- Collects fines and other money including funds received from printers, microfilm machines, and copiers
- Trains others in performing SIRSI automated circulation functions and other LRC duties
- Delivers LRC materials and equipment to locations across campus.
- Creates forms, charts and schedules
- Sensitivity to and understanding of the diverse academic, socioeconomic, cultural, disability, gender identity, sexual orientation, and ethnic backgrounds of community college students.
- Graduation from high school or the equivalent and one year of college
- Two years of increasingly responsible clerical experience including the equivalent of one full time year in a library or audio-visual center
- Type at 40 net wpm
- Experience working with web browsers and Internet searching
- Library and audio-visual technical practices, terminology, and procedures;
- Computer office applications, including word processing
- Computer applications including Internet browsers and operating systems such as Microsoft XP
- Knowledge of office methods, procedures, and equipment
- Knowledge of basic reference sources
- to perform specialized duties in the assigned area of the LRC
- to schedule, assign, train, and oversee the work of others
- to understand and follow oral and written directions
- to type 40 net wpm
- to maintain accurate records
- operate a variety of office technology including computers, copiers, laminators, and calculators/adding machines
- to work cooperatively with others
- communicate with others using basic English including correct English spelling, grammar and punctuation
Candidates will submit a complete application on the Merced College Career Pages at https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/mccd.
- Letter of interest addressing your qualifications for the position
- Current typing certificate of a minimum 40 net wpm dated within one year (online typing certificates not accepted)
- Legible unofficial college transcripts (undergraduate and graduate). Transcripts must include the degree major and date the institution granted the degree. Official copies are not required unless applicant is hired.
- Foreign transcripts must include a U.S. evaluation and translation.
Individuals with disabilities may request any needed accommodation to participate in the application process. Please submit your request with your application to the Human Resources Office.
Interview Information: Those applicants deemed most qualified for the position will be invited to appear for oral interviews before a screening committee. Finalist interviews with district administrators may follow. A limited number of candidates will be invited to interviews. Expenses for travel and accommodations will be the responsibility of the candidates.
Employee Benefits: The District pays (with small contribution from employee) health, prescription, vision and dental insurance premiums for the employee and dependents. Life and income protection insurance premiums are provided for the employee only, as well as paid vacation, sick leave and holidays.
Condition of Employment: The selected candidate must be livescanned and tested for tuberculosis at his/her own expense prior to the start of employment. In compliance with the Immigration Reform Act of 1986, all new employees are required to verify their identity and the right to work in the United States. An applicant must be able to perform essential functions of the position with or without reasonable accommodations. Classified members, as a condition of employment, must become members of California School Employees Association or pay a representation fee in an equal amount to a charity agreeable to CSEA. All offers of employment are subject to approval by the Board of Trustees.