Friday, April 29, 2016

Thousand Oaks - Library Office Supervisor

http://www.toaks.org/civica/filebank/blobdload.asp?BlobID=31813

Salary: $5,107 – $7,660/month

Filing Deadline: Monday, May 16, 2016, by 5:00 p.m.

We are seeking a highly motivated, results-oriented Office Supervisor.
Reporting directly to the Library Director, the Office Supervisor will
supervise administrative and secretarial staff.
The City of Thousand Oaks is in search of a committed team player to be
a liaison with department leadership to champion, invigorate and
establish a collaborative, responsive and results oriented office support
team.

Primary responsibilities:

 Provide leadership and work with staff to ensure a highperformance,
customer-service and results oriented work
environment.
 Provide effective supervision to direct reports by consistently and
effectively setting priorities and by establishing both team and
individual accountabilities.
 Accomplish results by communicating job expectations;
monitoring and appraising employee performance; coaching and
counseling employees; and developing, coordinating and
enforcing policies and procedures.
 Ensure staff members are cross-trained to facilitate effective
completion of department responsibilities.
 Strategize with divisions within the Library and stakeholders to
identify areas to streamline and implement process
improvements.

The ideal candidate should possess:

 Excellent interpersonal, leadership, verbal and written
communications skills.
 Proficiency in the Microsoft Office suite.
 Organizational skills with strong attention to detail.
 Previous supervisory experience strongly preferred.
 A history of establishing credibility, earning trust, and confidence
of team members.
 Previous experience with financial reports, records, and cash
handling.
 Previous experience in a municipal government setting is highly
desirable.
 Six years or more of increasingly responsible office
administrative and/or secretarial experience.
 BA/BS in Business Administration or Public Administration
preferred.

To apply visit the City Website at www.toaks.org and search on Human Resources Department

For further information, contact the Human Resources staff at (805) 449-2144.

Oakland - University of California, Office of the Presidents - Technical Team Manager

jobs.ucop.edu/applicants/Central?quickFind=59445

Salary: $116,000 - $141,300

Job Close Date: 05/11/2016

Position Summary:

The California Digital Library (CDL) supports the education, research and public service mission of the University of California in partnership with the ten campus University of California Libraries system. The CDL assumes a leadership role in the development of strategies and initiatives that guide the University's libraries through the transition to the digital future. The primary user base for CDL services and programs include UC faculty, students and UC Libraries staff. 

The Discovery and Delivery Services Technical Manager is part of the CDL's Discovery and Delivery (D2D) team. D2D focuses on making interactive library systems work well together. We connect faculty, students, and staff with access to the University of California libraries' extensive research collections. As a member of the D2D team, the Discovery and Delivery Services Technical Manager is responsible for maintaining current services, as well as identifying and investigating new service opportunities. Current production services include Melvyl (UC's union catalog/discovery service) run on OCLC's WorldCat Local platform, Request, (UC's interlibrary loan and document delivery services built on top of OCLC's VDX platform), UC-eLinks, UC's link resolver built on top of Ex Libris' SFX product, the Print Archives and Preservation Registry (PAPR), developed in partnership with the Center for Research Libraries, and Zephir, the metadata management service run on behalf of the HathiTrust. 

The Discovery and Delivery Services Technical Manager will manage a team of seasoned developers, and work with experienced product/project managers and analysts under the general supervision of the team's Director of Discovery and Delivery Services. The Discovery and Delivery Services Technical Manager should be interested in managing a strong team, engaged in strategic thinking, and interested in supporting the University of California's mission. 

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Duties:

Supervises a team of Discovery and Delivery programmer/analysts. Provides technical leadership to team members, plans projects, works with product managers to assign programming tasks and track progress toward completion. Works with external partners and collaborators to identify technical requirements and effectively turn them into actionable items by technical staff.

Working with Discovery and Delivery product managers, and in consultation with Director, Discovery and Delivery Services, sets priorities, goals and milestones for the technical team. Manages and delegates programming assignments in fulfillment of Discovery and Delivery priorities. Aligns development and deployment practices with industry wide development and accessibility standards.

Ensures technical staff proficiency in supporting current services, as well as identifies new methods of software development practices to make sure staff skills remain relevant. Provides coaching and mentoring to team members. Hires, trains, and evaluates technical team staff.

Oversees service development and maintains cost estimates and schedules. Works with Director of Discovery and Delivery Services to align cost estimates with budgets. Prepares and presents project proposals (including resource estimates) to management and governing boards in consultation with Director of Discovery and Delivery Services.

Prepares technical analysis in support of Service Level Agreements and Memorandums of Understanding with third parties.

Works in close consultation with the CDL Manager Infrastructure and Application Support to ensure the availability of adequate and appropriate technical environments to support D2D services.

Advises the Discovery and Delivery Services Director and other team members on the technical feasibility of team goals and advises on integration strategies for a diverse suite of solutions.

Identifies, develops and maintains strategic technical partnerships that support and grow D2D services. Maintains awareness of current trends in technology affecting academic library services.

Maintains awareness and contributes to evolving (inter)national, regional, and standards and technical innovations related to D2D services. 

In close collaboration with Discovery and Delivery Services Director and Product managers, participates in strategic planning efforts. Maintains awareness of Discovery and Delivery Program, CDL, CoUL, and governing boards' priorities and strategic imperatives to assure alignment.

Provides technical leadership across CDL programs and services by participation in CDL's Technology (Tech) Council, representing D2D's technical team. Provides technical advice and recommendations to CDL Management upon request.

Represents D2D Program Director and team: Promotes D2D services to UC faculty, students, staff, researchers and technologists, as well as the broader digital library community, for example, by writing articles, attending conferences and presenting papers/posters, etc.

Represent the CDL as the D2D Technical Lead within UCOP, UC systemwide leadership groups, regional, national and international research library organizations as needed.

Job Requirements:

Bachelor's degree and/or equivalent experience/training.

At least 3 years of experience supervising an Information Technology organization.

At least 5 years of experience managing Production environment.

Demonstrated experience with technical project management, including setting/assigning and monitoring tasks and schedules, tracking costs and deliverables and status reporting.

Demonstrated experience working with large vendors, including negotiating contracts, evaluating and enforcing service level agreements, and invoking and managing escalation procedures. 

Demonstrated expertise and experience in the design, development, implementation, testing, monitoring and maintenance of complex technical solutions.

Demonstrated interest in, and experience designing user-centric software solutions.

Excellent interpersonal skills as demonstrated by the ability to interact with and influence others in a consistently positive manner, exercising discretion and tact.

Excellent oral and written communication skills which demonstrate the ability to draft clear and concise and specifications, documentation and reports.

Experienced in leading change management activities and managing their impact across the unit or department.

Experience of analyzing buy vs. build procurement for products for effective and efficient technology use.

Strong knowledge and understanding of service delivery principles.

Advanced degree in information science, computer science or related field preferred.

Monday, April 25, 2016

Palos Verdes Library District - Deputy Director of Library Services

http://pvld.atsondemand.com/index.cfm?fuseaction=512267.viewjobdetail&CID=512267&JID=528920

Salary: $124,337.00

This posting will close at 4:00 p.m. on April 29, 2016.

Job Description:

The Palos Verdes Library District (PVLD) is seeking an innovative and community-focused library leader to join our executive management team as Deputy Director - Library Services.

The Deputy Director - Library Services is an integral member of the District’s executive management team and, under general direction from the District Director, is responsible for planning, directing, and managing the District’s library service functions including Adult Services, Circulation/Branch Operations, Digital Library Services, Marketing, Technical Services, Volunteer support, and Young Readers Services across all three District libraries and the teen Annex. The Deputy Director - Library Services develops, recommends, manages the implementation of goals, objectives, policies, procedures, and standards and plans, directs, supervises and evaluates the work of management, professional, technical and clerical staff.

This classification is designated as "at will" and the incumbent serves at the discretion of the District Director and is subject to discharge without cause and without right of appeal.

The ideal candidate’s skills and abilities will include a combination of the following:


  • Passion for the role of the public library and the ability to articulate, advocate for, and implement the District’s mission and vision.
  • Excellent management skills and leadership ability with an emphasis on consensus/team building.
  • Commitment to honoring staff and team members’ contributions and the ability to develop and lead a staff that is engaged and focused on achieving organizational goals.
  • In-depth experience in library operations.
  • Current knowledge of public library trends and a forward-looking vision for library services.
  • Strong analytical skills in evaluating library services.
  • Proven ability to interact skillfully and tactfully with people at all levels of the organization, and a collaborative approach to working with internal and external stakeholders including community partners.
  • Comfort with technology and operating in a fast-paced environment.
  • A commitment to public service and delivering exemplary customer service.

Examples of ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS (Illustrative Only) Management reserves the right to add, modify, change or rescind the work assignments of different positions and to make reasonable accommodations so that qualified employees can perform the essential functions of the job.


  • Participates in the planning, development, and implementation of the District’s goals, objectives, policies, procedures and work standards. Ensures compliance with District policies and procedures within assigned areas of responsibility.
  • Plans and directs the work of library staff and volunteers including selecting, training, assigning, counseling, reviewing and evaluating work performance, and recommending or implementing disciplinary action.
  • Promotes productive employee and labor relations. Participates in joint labor-management meetings and processes. Provides input on bargaining strategies. May participate in labor contract negotiations.
  • Analyzes library operations, services and programs to evaluate their impact, recommend improvements, and determine the most efficient and effective assignment of staff.
  • Monitors current trends, technology, and innovations in public library services and operations and updates library services and programs as appropriate. Participates in the planning for library facilities and technology to meet the evolving needs of the community and to reflect innovations in library services and technologies.
  • Ensures effective communications with assigned staff and volunteers and with colleagues to convey information, resolve problems, and discuss and clarify new and/or established policies and practices.
  • Coordinates training programs including staff orientation and in-service training.
  • Coordinates the marketing and promotion of library services and programs.
  • Manages the preparation and administration of the budget for assigned areas of responsibility. Recommends allocation of funds and monitor expenditures to ensure adherence to the approved budget.
  • Manages contracted services.
  • Prepares grant applications and monitor grant-funded projects.
  • Responds to inquiries, suggestions, and concerns from the public or employees and follows through with appropriate actions.
  • Establishes and maintains effective relationships with the Peninsula Friends of the Library and other relevant charitable and community organizations.
  • Prepares, reviews, and presents reports on library programs and activities.
  • Represents the District at civic, professional, and other meetings and on community and professional boards, commissions, and committees.
  • May act as the District Director in his/her absence and may represent PVLD management at Board of Library Trustees or other public meetings.
  • Perform other duties as required.

Knowledge of:


  • Principles, practices, and procedures of public library administration, organization, objectives, program planning, system development and service delivery.
  • Principles and practices of administration and management including goal-setting, program and service development, and work planning and organization.
  • Principles and practices of effective employee supervision including selection, training, work evaluation, discipline, and applicable laws and regulations.
  • Principles and practices of financial management including budget preparation and administration of contracts.
  • Principles and practices of employee and labor relations including effective communications, conflict resolution, and collective bargaining.
  • Applicable federal, state, and local laws codes and regulations.

Ability to:


  • Work collaboratively as a member of the District’s executive leadership team to establish and achieve long-term goals and objectives, create a collaborative, high-performance workplace culture, and deliver excellent customer service.
  • Identify and analyze community needs and desires, and respond with appropriate library services and programs.
  • Plan, organize and direct the full range of library services and programs including Adult Services, Circulation/Branch Operations, Digital Library Services, Marketing, Technical Services, Volunteer support, and Young Readers Services.
  • Select, train, manage, review, motivate, and evaluate the work of management, professional, technical, and support staff.
  • Effectively manage and direct the work of staff in order to accomplish complex tasks.
  • Exercise good judgment in organizing work and setting priorities, managing multiple projects and initiatives, and adjusting priorities and work plans in response to changing needs and situations.
  • Prepare, administer, and monitor a sizeable budget and anticipate budgetary needs.
  • Build constructive relationships with employees, peers, volunteers, library support groups, library patrons, community members, and external organizations.
  • Represent PVLD in community and professional meetings and forums.
  • Communicate effectively both orally and in writing.

Physical Demands

Must possess mobility to work in a standard office setting and use standard office equipment, including a computer; to operate a motor vehicle and to visit various District locations and meeting sites; vision to read printed materials and a computer screen; and hearing and speech to communicate in person, before groups, and over the telephone. This is primarily a sedentary office classification although standing in work areas and walking between work areas may be required. Finger dexterity is needed to access, enter, and retrieve data using a computer keyboard, typewriter keyboard or calculator, and to operate standard office equipment. Positions in this classification frequently bend, stoop, kneel, reach, push, and pull drawers open and closed to retrieve and file information. Positions in this classification occasionally lift and carry reports and records that typically weigh less than 25 pounds.

Environmental Elements

Employees work in an office environment with moderate noise levels, controlled temperature conditions and no direct exposure to hazardous physical substances. Employees may interact with upset staff and/or public and private representatives in interpreting and enforcing departmental policies and procedures.

Working Conditions

Required to work flexible schedules including evenings, weekends, and holidays.

Experience and Skills:
Minimum Qualifications


  • Possession of a Masters degree in Library Science or equivalent from an American Library Association (ALA) accredited college or university.
  • Six (6) years of increasingly responsible professional library experience preferably in a public library, including four (4) years of management responsibility. Must possess and maintain a valid California class C driver’s license and have a satisfactory driving record.

Compensation and Benefits

The annual salary range for the position is Salary Range 75, currently $124,337.08 - $155,279.98. Initial placement is usually at Step 1 of the designated salary range. The District offers an excellent benefits package that includes: health, dental, and vision insurance; long-term disability insurance; life insurance; participation in the CalPERS retirement plan (formula dependent on date of enrollment); social security; employee-funded deferred compensation plans; 7 paid holidays per year, plus 7 floating personal holidays; 10 to 20 vacations days per year depending on years of service; tuition reimbursement program; and cell phone allowance.

Disclaimers
This posting will close at 4:00 p.m. on April 29, 2016. Interested individuals should submit a resume and cover letter (electronically preferred) to:

Palos Verdes Library District
Dallas Millican, HR Analyst
701 Silver Spur Road
Rolling Hills Estates, CA 90274
dmillican@pvld.org
310-921-7526

Inglewood – City of Inglewood – Librarian (part-time)

Url: http://goo.gl/f5q3No

SALARY: up to $30.04 per hour

THE POSITION: Under general supervision, provides materials, assistance and service to the general public seeking information and participates in or conducts special programs in the Library.

JOB TASKS

• Provides materials, assistance and service to the general public seeking information in the Library;
• Assists patrons/public in selection and location of books and materials;
• Researches, reviews, recommends and interprets Library resources;
• Instructs the use of the Library and enforces Library policies and procedures to the public;
• Assists in planning, implements and participates in service programs or projects;
• Provides reference service to assist public with questions, advise readers, provide instruction and monitor the use of the catalog system, on-line service, and public access of computers.
• Prepares Division publicity in the form of bibliographies, press releases, flyers, brochures and calendars;
• Recommends, withdraws, discards, repairs or replaces materials or resources no longer suitable;
• Calculates and compiles Library usage statistics; attends and participates in meetings, workshops, conferences and programs;
• Conducts reference searches, analyzes patron information requests and refers to other resources.

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND OTHER CHARACTERISTICS

• Knowledgeable of Public Library operations practices and procedures, Library and related information retrieval and delivery systems, emerging technologies related to media, Library collections and services, collections, resources and automated systems and of quality customer service techniques and concepts;
• Skilled in utilizing computer databases to research, maintain, and update records and files, instructing the general public in the use of computers and other technical equipment, and in establishing and maintaining productive working relationships ;
• Ability to effectively communicate verbally and in writing, lift up to 50 pounds; and able to perform essential duties with minimum supervision.

QUALIFICATIONS

Masters degree in Library & Information Sciences or closely related field, AND one (1) year experience in a library environment.

APPLY IMMEDIATELY

Applications will be accepted by the Human Resources Department until a sufficient number of qualified applications have been received. This recruitment may close with or without further notice. Interested parties must complete an official City application; resumes are accepted but not in lieu of the official City application.


Inglewood – City of Inglewood – Library Support Clerk


SALARY: up to $13.09 - $18.54 per hour

THE POSITION: Under close supervision, performs routine clerical work in circulation and processing Library materials and provides services to Library patrons.

ESSENTIAL TASKS

• Receives, inspects, codes and prepares materials for introduction to Library collection;
• Computer processes incoming and outgoing Library collection;
• Collects fines for overdue books and materials; registers Library applications and assigns Library card numbers;
• Assists patrons with questions regarding personal information or change of address, fines, overdue items, lost cards or application of new cards.
• Receives and inputs claim returns; prepares, types and maintains letters, reports, files and claims return slips; tracks and maintains damaged materials;
• Searches, retrieves, edits and enters book or material records into Library system database;
• Distributes Library/community information orally and physically; greets patrons and answers phones.

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND OTHER CHARACTERISTICS

• Knowledgeable of City and Department policies and procedures, personal computer hardware equipment and software packages and quality customer service techniques and concepts,
• Skilled in following oral or written instructions, computer usage, data entry with accuracy, establishing and maintaining productive working relationships;
• Ability to effectively communicate verbally and in writing in English, perform essential job functions with little supervision.

QUALIFICATIONS

High school diploma or equivalent, AND familiarity with Library Systems and quality customer service techniques or related experience
OR an equivalent combination of education and experience.

APPLY IMMEDIATELY

Applications will be accepted by the Human Resources Department until a sufficient number of qualified applications have been received. This recruitment may close with or without further notice. Interested parties must complete an official City application; resumes are accepted but not in lieu of the official City application.


Saturday, April 23, 2016

UC Davis - University Library - Scholarly Communications Office and Program Lead - Full Time

Scholarly Communications Officer and Program Lead
University Library of the University of California, Davis

Salary: Academic Administrator $71,544-$109,968

Deadline: May 5, 2016


Scholarly Communications Program Overview
  • The Scholarly Communications Program (SCP) is a multi-faceted partnership of relevant organizations addressing the wide range of issues related to the rapidly changing system of creating, evaluating, disseminating, and preserving the outputs of research and scholarship. Program collaborators include individuals whose skills and experience facilitate the transformation of scholarly publishing and barrier-free access to high quality authoritative information resources.
  • Program contributors outside of UC Davis may include UC units, such as the UC Office of Scholarly Communications, and national organizations, such as the Scholarly Publishing and Academic Resources Coalition (SPARC), Open Access Scholarly Publishers Association (OASPA), and Society for Scholarly Publishing (SSP). Essential core program deliverables include applied research studies and educational initiatives, such as for-credit courses, symposia, and workshops related to transformative scholarly communications and re-imagined use of scholarly works.
Position Overview
  • The University Library of the University of California, Davis seeks a proactive, innovative, collaborative Scholarly Communications Officer serving as a Program lead, who understands the challenges facing the traditional system of scholarly publication and associated systems of academic credit and quality assessment. The incumbent teaches and conducts research in the arena of scholarly communications, and guides the Scholarly Communications Program within a complex university research environment. The Program represents one of the library's high profile activities by partnering with stakeholders across the Library, UC Davis, UC, and relevant (inter)national organizations to understand and influence changes to the system of scholarly communications, to advocate for barrier-free access to and use of scholarship, and to support UC Davis faculty, staff, and students in addressing the challenges and in leveraging opportunities within the dynamic landscape of scholarly communication.

  • Under the general guidance of the Associate University Librarian for Collection Services, the Scholarly Communications Officer serves as a primary spokesperson, presenting the Library's strategies and recommendations regarding all aspects of scholarly publishing, barrier-free access to knowledge, changing scholarly credit mechanisms, and new modes of knowledge creation.
  • The Scholarly Communications Officer creates the vision, directs and manages program operations and personnel by setting the program goals, policies, best practices, and assessment metrics for program success and sustainability. In addition, the Scholarly Communications Officer partners with campus units and other library programs, such as the Archives and Institutional Assets and Research Data Management, to develop solutions for collecting, disseminating and preserving new forms of scholarly communication.
  • These activities coalesce to create educational and outreach materials for intellectual property issues as well as consultative services regarding scholarly works permissions and strategies which are key to the Program's success. In addition, the Scholarly Communications Officer triages and liaises with the UC and UC Davis offices of campus counsels, and the Office of Research, regarding legal advice for intellectual property rights and copyright.


Major Responsibilities
Administrative/Management of Programs (55%)
  • Develop strategic directions for the Scholarly Communications Program and assess program progress that align with the library's and campus strategic plans
  • Lead and implement key initiatives associated with Scholarly Communications Program
  • Manage Scholarly Communications Program daily operations, including budget creation and monitoring, and directing any program staff (e.g., graduate students, post-doctoral fellows)
  • Identify training and professional development paths for program staff in consultation with home unit supervisors and faculty mentors
  • Establish and maintain collaborative relationships with appropriate personnel in library units (e.g. Collection Services Directorate, Research Services Department, Director of Digital Scholarship, Archives & Institutional Assets Program, Data Management Program), in campus units (e.g. Office of the Campus Counsel, Office of Research, and campus committees and groups relevant to intellectual property), UC units (e.g. UC Office of the General Counsel, UC Office of Scholarly Communications), and national organizations (e.g. SPARC)
  • Manage and coordinate the content elements for the library's Scholarly Communications Program web sites
Consultation, Teaching, and Research Activities (30%)
  • Consult with faculty, researchers, graduate students, and post-doctoral students/fellows on publishing choices, understanding publishing agreements, benefits of open access publishing, retention of rights, and overall management of intellectual property
  • Develop an education program and curriculum for faculty, researchers, and students regarding scholarly communications issues in an academic digital environment, including open access, data management, copyright, fair use, and author rights
  • Provide advice on using resources, including open resources, in teaching classes on campus and online
  • Lead initiatives related to scholarly communication and publishing, including organizing events at UC Davis on relevant topics, such as Open Access Week.
  • Engage in research related to scholarly impact, open access, intellectual property
  • Serve as the library's primary triage agent and options consultant for campus intellectual property and copyright issues and the library's primary resource on fair use and permissions
  • Inform the UC Davis community of the significance of national scholarly communications trends and contribute to the campus efforts to ensure that scholars, students, and libraries in the digital environment retain full benefits of the current and evolving intellectual property system
Professional Competence and Activity (5%)
  • Monitor national scholarly communications trends and policy issues
  • Be professionally active in appropriate UC, regional, and national organizations and initiatives
University and Public Services (10%)
  • Coordinate with the UC California Digital Library and Office of Scholarly Communications to ensure that UC Davis scholarship is well-curated, discoverable, and preserved in the UC eScholarship repository by working closely with the library personnel in the library's Archives & Institutional Assets and Data Management programs
  • Engage in national initiatives that shape scholarly communications, e.g. Association of Research Libraries' Scholarly Publishing & Academic Resources Coalition (SPARC)
  • Serve as the library's representative to the UC Libraries Scholarly Communications Common Knowledge Group and other relevant initiatives and groups

Position Qualifications
Required Minimum Qualifications:
  • J.D degree specializing in intellectual property or related area, OR Ph.D. in academic field with relevant experience in intellectual property and copyright areas, OR ALA accredited Master's or equivalent with relevant experience in intellectual property and copyright areas, OR an equivalent combination of education and relevant experience
  • Minimum 2 years of experience with intellectual property and copyright law and their application in academic environments, scientific or scholarly publishing, or in related settings
  • Experience providing guidance on scholarly communication, copyright, and fair use topics
  • Experience building a new dynamic program with a clear realistic vision and expectations
  • Experience building and sustaining a team of individuals possessing a wide range of skills and expertise
  • Experience building and sustaining collaborative working relationships with a wide variety of diverse groups (coaching, mentoring, delegation and active listening)
  • Experience in managing projects and multiple priorities independently using effective problem-solving and analytic techniques
  • Career history to meet University of California criteria for advancement and promotion

Preferred Qualifications:
  • Demonstrated knowledge of technical, legal, and information policy issues related to scholarly publishing and new modes of scholarly communications
  • Demonstrated knowledge of intellectual property and copyright issues in academic or research settings as they relate to creation, dissemination, and use of digital information resources, especially across an array of disciplines and contexts
  • Experience in building awareness and understanding regarding scholarly communication and intellectual property issues through in-person or online educational sessions, creation of informational materials, and organizing events
  • Grant awards focused on scholarly communication issues
  • Experience in learning and adapting emerging technologies to craft scholarly communication messages to faculty, staff, and students

Application information
  • Applications must be submitted via the UC Davis Recruit website
  • Please include a letter of interest addressing how your qualifications and experience relate to the posted qualifications of the position, a Curriculum Vitae, and names and contact information for at least three references.
  • Applicants are also encouraged to complete the optional Statement of Contributions to Diversity. Please visit Faculty Equity and Inclusion website for information about why diversity statements are requested and guidelines for writing a diversity statement.
  • Candidates applying by May 5, 2016 will receive first consideration. The position will remain open until filled.

UC Davis - Lead Library Coordinator - Full Time

LEAD LIBRARY COORDINATOR 

Requisition Number: 03016294 

Recruitment Open To: UCD/UCDHS Employees and General Public 

Final Filing Date 05-02-2016 

Number of Positions:

Salary: $20.64 - $29.60/Hour 

Non-Exempt 

Department: AG & RESOURCE ECONOMICS - 030010 

Location: Davis 


Job Summary:
  • Under the direction of the Chief Administrative Officer, this part-time position provides administrative assistance to meet the operational needs of the Department of Agricultural & Resource Economics Student Advising Center and supports access to ARE library resources.

This position is responsible for the following:
  • textbook orders;
  • coordinating course evaluations and exit surveys;
  • maintaining webpages for advising services and library resources;
  • assisting with scholarship and award selection processes;
  • assisting with commencement and orientation activities;
  • managing circulation of library resources, reserves and binding services;
  • and conducting annual library resource orientation.
  • The position also serves as a back-up to the AAIII administrative support in the ARE Student Advising Center. 
Physical Demands:
  • Lift and move materials weighing up to 25 pounds.
  • Must be able to run errands on campus in various types of weather 
Work Environment:
  • Must be able to work at a computer for long periods of time.
  • Must be able to work independently and alone.
  • UC Davis is a smoke and tobacco free campus effective January 1, 2014. Smoking, the use of smokeless tobacco products, and the use of unregulated nicotine products (e-cigarettes) will be strictly prohibited on any UC Davis owned or leased property, indoors and outdoors, including parking lots and residential space. 

Background Check Required:
  • This position is a critical position and subject to a background check. Employment is contingent upon successful completion of background investigation including criminal history and identity checks. No 

Qualifications 

Minimum Qualifications:
  • Experience with website maintenance.
  • Experience composing and editing documents and correspondence for accuracy, consistency of format and grammar, and professional appearance and style.
  • Organizational skills to set-up and maintain files.
  • Excellent oral communication, customer service and interpersonal skills to communicate clearly, effectively, and professionally in person, by email and by phone.
  • Experience using standard business software applications including word processing, email, calendaring, spreadsheet and database software.
  • Knowledge of library functions and procedures, including library filing practices.
  • Skills to recognize essential bibliographic elements of title/citation.
  • Skills to alphabetize, file and retrieve bibliographic records in various files. 

Preferred Qualifications:
  • Experience with BANNER, OASIS, Gradhub, GARD, or similar database programs.
  • Experience using the MELVYL catalog system.
  • Experience working with students, staff and faculty in a university/college advising setting.
  • Experience providing instructional information to groups.  

Allow Applicants to Attach: 
  • Resume
  • Cover Letter 
  • Position Details 

Appointment Description: 50% Fixed 

Overtime Eligible: (FLSA)