Reporting to the Federal and State Information Librarian (25%) duties include shelving government documents and maintaining the reference collection. Reporting to the Circulation and User Services Librarian (75%), primary duties include working on the Service Desk providing assistance to **MEMBERS ONLY**SIGN UP NOW***. users in need of directional, basic reference, circulation, or technology assistance, including referral to an appropriate expert on campus or within the libraries.
GENERAL PERFORMANCE EXPECTATIONS
The individual in this position is expected to meet performance standards as determined by the supervisor, e.g., quantity, quality, timeliness, civility.
• Performs a full range of services while at the Service Desk, including functional supervision of student staff. Duties include greeting users, retrieving **MEMBERS ONLY**SIGN UP NOW***. materials, helping users locate materials, and checking in and out **MEMBERS ONLY**SIGN UP NOW***. items, including notebooks and peripheral equipment.
• Performs maintenance of stack microfiche cabinet areas, including shelving, shifting, signage, and managing inserts to loose-leaf binders and re-shelving of print, CD-ROM and microfiche Government Publications.
• Provides local technical support and informational tours for the One Button Studio collaborating with **MEMBERS ONLY**SIGN UP NOW***. and Information Technology (LIT) and Information Technology Services (ITS) for additional support.
• Assist patrons with routine issues related to public printers, copiers, scanners, hardware and software. Refer non-routine issues to IT staff
• Responsible for responding to building, facility, or security emergencies and ensuring a scholarly environment. This requires knowledge of Main **MEMBERS ONLY**SIGN UP NOW***. policy and procedures concerning facility and security emergencies and the ability to respond to them in a timely and efficient manner. Receives and coordinates access to classrooms, study rooms, and other spaces locked in the evening, based on user and security issues.
• Coordinates with cataloging, acquisitions, and preservation departments, including performing inventory, holdings confirmation, binding preparation, and cataloging.
• Utilize Skype for Business (IM), email, telephone or other technologies to communicate with colleagues and users as needed.
• Engage and communicate with patience, attentiveness, clarity, tact, and courtesy.
• Infuse positive language into customer interactions.
MINIMUM ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS:
1. Three years of **MEMBERS ONLY**SIGN UP NOW***. work experience, or
2. A combination of related work experience, undergraduate education, and/or post-high school **MEMBERS ONLY**SIGN UP NOW***. training totaling four years.
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