Collections & Special Project Assistant – Berkeley, CA

Where: UC Berkeley- Berkeley, CA

What: The division is responsible for providing access to the collections, circulation of materials, stack planning and collection management functions for Gardner Stacks and Moffitt Library. The Gardner Stacks collection is comprised of over 5 million volumes with 2.1 million volumes shelved on campus in the Gardner Stacks, and 3 million volumes shelved at the Northern Regional Library Facility (NRLF). Access Services is responsible for coordination of deposits from all UCB campus libraries into the NRLF, and provides retrieval and circulation services for materials requested from NRLF. Library access and borrowing privileges are under the purview of the division. Position responsibilities and activities are centered within Access Services Division which report to the AUL for Educational Initiative and Director of Doe and Moffitt Libraries. The Access Services Division staff is the sole group served directly.

Required Skills of Note: Able to work a Tuesday through Saturday schedule. Related library experience. Working knowledge of Library of Congress classification system. Experience with library circulation systems and online catalogs. Circulation Desk experience assisting library users. Strong public service experience. Strong communication skills (oral and written). Demonstrated ability to display a calm demeanor when assisting library users and while under pressure to complete projects by stated deadlines. Experience using common software applications such as Microsoft Office Suite (Word, Excel, Access, Powerpoint) and email such as Gmail or bCal (or other email applications) and able to work competently within a PC desktop environment. Demonstrated excellent attendance record. Demonstrated attention to detail.

Job Posted: 4/24/2017

First Review Deadline: 5/05/2017

Link to Job Description!

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