Library Student Assistant

Job description

Job Title: Library Student Assistant
Location: Clayton State University
Regular/Temporary: Temporary
Full/Part Time: Part-Time
Job ID: 226398
Job Summary

This position is for current Clayton State students only! To be considered, you must attach a resume, cover letter


    Responsibilities Summary:

    • Check out and scan in circulating library materials, including Reserves, GIL Express, Interlibrary Loan, group rooms materials, and equipment
    • Maintain order of the Circulating, Juvenile, Periodical, Popular Reading, Legal, Reference, and Audio/Audio-Visual collections by shelving items and shelf reading materials
    • Answer phones and provide the basic information or direct the question to a Library faculty or staff member
    • Conduct hourly headcounts and record interactions with patrons for analytics
    • Shift books as needed or assigned
    • Ensure the library is presentable at all times by cleaning the equipment, books, and surfaces
    • Conduct walk-throughs of the space to ensure patrons are adhering to library policies
    • Provide assistance with the hardware and software, including the computers and computer software, circulating equipment, compact shelving, printers, copiers, scanners, and the microfilm reader
    • Provide guest-login passes
    • Assist in opening and/or closing the library
    • Assist with creating, organizing, and maintaining displays
    • Participate in projects intended to improve workflow productivity, accessibility, and availability of information
    • Perform other tasks as assigned
    Required Qualifications

    Required: Currently Enrolled Undergraduate or Graduate Student

    Preferred: Library/clerical/office support/administrative work experience

    Knowledge, Skills, & Abilities

    Knowledge Skills and Abilities:

    • Demonstrates attention to detail and accuracy
    • Proves to be dependable and trustworthy
    • Demonstrates a commitment to customer service
    • Ability to work independently and collaboratively
    • Ability and flexibility to handle multiple simultaneous projects, accommodate shifting priorities and meet deadlines
    • Ability to relate well with students, faculty, staff, and community users
    • Ability to learn and understand the Library of Congress Classification System and the Dewey Decimal System
    • Ability to push and lift books up to 15 pounds
    • Ability to communicate verbally with and provide service to library users (in person, online, or on the telephone) in a courteous, efficient manner
    • Ability to use a step stool or ladder to reach books on the top shelf
    • Ability to learn to use an Integrated Library System
    • Ability to work unsupervised

    You may be asked to work nights and weekends




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    Job No:
    Posted: 4/24/2021
    Application Due: 7/23/2021
    Work Type: Full Time