Description The Bibliographic Assistant II provides circulation\/reserve services and assists in the management of the shelving and shifting operations in Paley Library. Helps patrons at service desks and in all public areas, primarily with circulation and stacks assistance, but general library questions as well. Supervises student assistants. Responsible for direction and implementation of projects as assigned. Performs other duties as assigned. Required Education and Experience: Bachelor's degree, and one year of experience working in a library or related setting. An equivalent combination of education and experience may be considered. Required Skills and Abilities: *Demonstrated ability to handle a variety of public and technical services within the library. *Strong verbal and written communication skills to interact with library users, staff and student workers. *Excellent interpersonal and customer service skills to deal with library users, sometimes in stressful situations. *Demonstrated interest and knowledge of advanced level of library research procedures and processes. *Ability to supervise and oversee student workers. *Demonstrated ability to work with MS Office applications, as well as customized computer software and online computer systems. *Proven ability to work independently and to multi-task. *Ability to travel to offsite locations that may not be accessible via public transportation. *Must be able to work Monday - Friday, 10:00 am to 7:00 pm. \u00a0 This position requires a background check. Compliance Statement: In the performance of their functions as detailed in the position description employees have an obligation to avoid ethical, legal, financial and other conflicts of interest to ensure that their actions and outside activities do not conflict with their primary employment responsibilities at the institution. Employees are also expected to understand and be in compliance with applicable laws, University and. employment policies and regulations, including NCAA regulations for areas and departments which their essential functions cause them to interact.
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