Library Assistant – San Francisco, CA

Where: San Francisco, CA

What: Under supervision, the 3610 Library Assistant performs general and varied non-professional library work. The essential functions of this classification include: performing circulation and registration duties; checking and verifying records; receiving and recording payment of fines; providing information to the public; assisting library patrons in a tactful and effective manner; generating reports such as circulation reports, overdue notices, paging lists, clear hold shelf lists, daily cash reports and other related reports; utilizing Integrated Library Systems software to create and access customer accounts and performing tasks such as, library applications processing, verification of application information, fines and fees resolution, library card usage policies and procedures, check/in – check/out of physical and digital materials; assisting with daily library operations, such as opening and closing procedures, completing ADA checklists, drafting desk schedules, etc.

Required Skills of Note: Nine (9) months (1160 hours) of verifiable clerical experience in a library performing tasks equivalent to Class 3602 Library Page (verification/proof of experience is required at time of filing application); OR

2. Three (3) semester or four (4) quarter units of college course work in library studies (verification/proof of education is required at time of filing application).

Job Posted: 3/27/2017

First Review Deadline: 4/07/2017 5:00PM Pacific

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