Library Assistant - Part Time

Stratford University - Baltimore, MD3.7

Part-timeEstimated: $28,000 - $35,000 a year
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The Library Assistant provides direct and administrative support for the Learning Resource Center, and ensures that it is an extension of the classroom by helping students, staff and faculty develop the information literacy skills needed for academic and professional success. You will be working independently and need to complete all assigned tasks in a timely manner. The Assistant maintains library records related to meetings, correspondence, policies, purchases and procedures. Additionally, you are responsible for gathering, analyzing and editing information for various administrative projects.

Identify and provide access to the resources needed to support Stratford’s academic programs.
Provide a safe haven for every student, while they use the resources of the Learning Resource Center.
Treat all students and faculty with dignity and respect
Assist students and faculty in locating materials pertinent to their informational needs
Assist the Librarian in continually developing, evaluating, and maintaining the library collection to meet the needs of the students and faculty
Maintain an inventory of supplies and place orders as supplies become low
Prepare library invoices (books, periodicals, services) for payment, working with the Librarian and Accounting Office
Assist the Librarian and Textbook Coordinator in the implementation and coordination of the textbook program and distribution
Recommend changes and improvements in processes

The Skills:
Strong personal accountability and attention to detail orientation
High energy, outgoing personality and professional attitude
Committed to quality service to students, faculty, and staff
Able to complete tasks independently with a very high quality of performance
Show strong compassion and concern, while respecting privacy and engaging users through active listening.
Truly care about student and faculty academic and professional success
Take pride and be passionate about helping others
A Bachelor’s degree
Good knowledge of: research process and library procedures, computer skills, current copyright law, Library of Congress classification system, use of electronic databases
Excellent written and verbal communication skills
Strong technology skills

The above statements are intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed. They are not intended to be construed as an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, duties, and skills required of personnel so classified.

Stratford University is an Equal Opportunity Employer

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