ILS: Public Services Student Coordinator (S9840C/S9840X)
Summary, Scope, and Responsibilities
The Public Services Student Coordinator is required to perform many tasks dealing with the public, including faculty and staff of the library and college. Routine tasks include working at a public services desk, assisting patrons with computer problems, shelving library materials, and shelf-reading the library’s collection. He or she will also assist with training new Public Services Student Assistants. This position requires the student to be reliable, punctual, responsible and able to use good judgement. This student must have the ability to work independently.
- This position provides no opportunity for studying on the job. All of the on-the-job time is spend performing the duties listed above.
- A Coordinator who Closes will be paid $8.25 an hour
Department: Information and Library Services
Supervisor: Julie Retelle, Brenda Reynolds
Office Location: Library
Email: jretelle, breynold
Pay Grade: C
Workers: 24 in Circulation, 15 in Audio
Qualifications, Requirements, and Responsibilities
EDUCATION: High school completion
EXPERIENCE: This student must have at least one year experience working in the Circulation and Audio Departments of Ladd Library.
EDUCATION: Some knowledge or experience in specific subject areas
EXPERIENCE: Experience working with the public and computer skills
REPORTS TO: Julie Retelle and Brenda Reynolds, Audio Assistant, Public Services Assistants, Associate Librarian, and Reference Librarians.
COORDINATES/WORKS CLOSELY WITH: Other library staff and student employees.
ENVIRONMENT: Fast paced public service counters and Library stacks
PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS: This student must have visual acuity sufficient to scan information on books and other materials rapidly and repeatedly for extended periods of time and to read computer screens for up to several hours a day. He or she must also have the muscular strength adequate to lift heavy books.
MACHINES & EQUIPMENT USED: Computer system, barcode scanners, book trucks, telephones, photocopiers, microform reader printers, and audio/video equipment of various kinds