Wednesday, February 15, 2017
San Francisco – City College of San Francisco – Library (Part-Time Pool)
Salary: $49.55 - $54.08 per hour
Closing Date: 03-03-2017
Examples of Duties:
1. Provide library services to students, faculty, the community, and staff, using electronic, print, and media-based materials and resources at the Rosenberg Library, at center libraries, and through electronic media as assigned.
2. Provide instruction in the use of information resources and the development of information competency skills: a) on a one-to-one basis as part of reference service, b) for students enrolled in LIS 10: Use of Information Resources, c) in classroom/lab settings, d) for faculty professional development workshops, e) for special programs, such as the African-American Scholastic Program, Asian Pacific American Student Success Program, the Latino Services Network, at-risk students, ESL students, etc., as assigned.
3. Participate in the design, development, implementation, and coordination of library services, resources, policies, and activities which will lead to student success, student retention, accommodation of learning styles, and instructional effectiveness; be proactive in implementing the information competency goals of the college.
4. Assist in the collection, analysis, and presentation of data to assess service and learning outcomes and support the attainment of college goals.
5. Create library instructional, promotional, and reference materials in electronic and print formats.
6. Actively promote the use of library resources and services by assisting faculty in identifying, locating, acquiring, offering, and using library resources and services to support classroom instruction; be an effective liaison to faculty in assigned departments/programs.
7. Participate as a team player in CCSF Library & Learning Resource committees, projects, and work groups.
8. Assess and promote the use of appropriate technologies, resources, and materials for instructional and reference purposes.
9. Perform professional responsibilities required of faculty members, including support of accreditation standards, and service on college-wide committees.
10. Must be flexible in adapting to changes in schedules and locations and be available to work late afternoons, evenings, and weekends at various campus libraries or locations as required.
11. Perform other tasks and responsibilities as assigned by the Department Chair.
1. Demonstrated knowledge, skills, and abilities to work with community college students with disabilities, various sexual orientations, and diverse academic, socioeconomic, cultural, and ethnic backgrounds (Required).
2. Earned Master's Degree in Library Science or Library and Information Science from an institution accredited by the American Library Association or a comparable international accrediting agency, OR THE EQUIVALENT;
Hold a fully-satisfied LIFE California Community College Librarian Credential (California credentials were no longer issued after July 1, 1990).
1. Demonstrated successful reference/public service experience in an urban community college/academic or public library environment serving patrons of diverse backgrounds and needs.
2. Outstanding interpersonal, communication, and organizational skills.
3. Documented ability to work effectively, both independently, and as part of a team.
4. Successful experience in evaluating needs and documenting accountability through learning outcome assessments, service outcome assessments, or other methods.
5. Demonstrated successful experience coordinating services for a library or library unit.
6. Experience teaching information competency skills to students in one-on-one and classroom settings, including students with limited English proficiency; some background in curriculum and/or tutorial development and assessment.
7. Demonstrated ability to utilize emerging digital library technologies and create online materials using web software, content management systems, course management software (such as Moodle or Canvas) social media tools or other web development tools.
8. Successful experience or training in planning and implementing outreach and distance learning programs.
9. Demonstrated ability to use an integrated library system (such as Sierra) to organize materials, produce statistics, or generate reports.
10. Fluency in a language other than English, such as Chinese (Cantonese or Mandarin), Russian, Spanish, Tagalog, Vietnamese, or American Sign Language.