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Library Clerk [Work-Study]

Job Title: Library Clerk
Hiring Department: Library
Number of Positions Requested: 2
Average number of Work Hours per Week: 20
Hourly Pay Rate: $15.00
Student May Have to Work: Days and Evenings
Primary Supervisor: Asa Wilder
Location: Library, 4th Floor
Telephone Number and extension: 310-578-1080 X3334
Job Description and Minimum Qualifications:
Work front desk at the library. Assist with a variety of functions which include:

  • Learn library digital systems: OCLC, World Cat, InterLibrary Loan (Illiad)
  • Book copy cataloging (create and/or update online records in library systems)
  • Shelf checks; shelve books; familiarity with library collection, both paper and digital materials
  • Photocopy and/or digitally scan articles and book chapters
  • Circulate library materials
  • Handle mail (retrieve boxes from Campus Services)
  • Assist library patrons
  • Inventory and label new books to the library collections
  • Prepare materials for covering or other preservation work
  • Check returned books for damage
  • Operate computer terminal and auxiliary equipment in routine duties
  • Operate printers and deal with problems
  • Assist in computer lab
  • Assist students with library website searches
  • Respond to general information requests by telephone or in person
  • Reserve books and materials
  • Assist with various library events, set up and clean up
  • Perform related tasks as assigned

To apply for this position, send resume to: [email protected]

Antioch University reserves the right to change the duties of the job description at any time.

Antioch University provides equal opportunity for all qualified applicants and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, age, disability, veteran status, or any other protected classification.

To apply for this job email your details to awilder1@antioch.edu

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