- Two or more years of college level course work or an equivalent combination of education and experience.
- Excellent oral and written communication skills, including use of proper grammar and standard business formats.
- Exemplifies excellent customer service skills and interacts effectively with the public in a library setting.
- Maintains complete discretion, confidentiality, sensitivity and professional judgment.
- Demonstrates administrative experience and knowledge of standard office practices.
- Possesses excellent organizational skills, including ability to prioritize work and complete assignments independently as well as work in a team environment.
- Works effectively in a fast-paced work environment, supports multiple functions with fluctuating priorities, and maintains excellent attention to detail.
- Demonstrates knowledge in use of cross-platform computer programs, specifically MS Word, Excel, and Filemaker.
- Demonstrates skill in hiring, training, and supervising student employees.
- Knowledgeable in use of digitization technologies, including scanners, OCR and editing software, file formats and standards.
- Knowledgeable in innovative use of information technologies in support of primary duties.
- Demonstrates an intermediate level of knowledge and skill in the use of library online systems, scholarly databases and resources.
- Knowledgeable in the use of complex library systems and procedures.
- Knowledgeable of UC Policies and Procedures.
Tuesday, March 17, 2015
Merced - UC Merced - Digitization Coordinator - Full Time
Position Code: SLIB5891A
Closing Date: 03/25/2015
Salary: $44,015 - $50,154 Annually
Background check: Background check may be required
Reporting to the Head of Digital Assets, the Digitization Coordinator manages the digitization and conversion of information resources to support instruction and research, including the Supplemental Course Resources (SCR) program (an electronic reserves service provided via the campus course-management system), digitization of materials for researchers, and special projects that may include cost-recovery services offered to local campus and other UC campus units.