Thursday, April 27, 2017

San Jose – County of Santa Clara - Library Page

Salary: $26,122.72 - $31,759.52 Annually
Closing Date: April 27, 2017 11:59 PM

Under general supervision, to perform routine shelving and standardized library physical tasks within established guidelines.

Typical Tasks
Sorts, shelves, shifts, and ensures library materials are correctly arranged following established procedures; Searches shelves for various library materials; Performs light clean-up within library, such as picking up litter and emptying waste receptacles; performs light maintenance on library equipment; and restocks public office and restroom supplies; May answer simple informational and directional questions initiated by patrons, according to written guidelines; refers patrons to appropriate staff for assistance; Empties book drop and assists with electronically checking-in and resetting computer codes on library items; Packs, unpacks, and distributes library shipments and newspapers; uses automated materials handling system to process shipments and returned items; Labels, tapes, and stamps library materials; Uses copy machine to copy and collate; Assists in opening and closing procedures; Participates in meetings and safety trainings, and follows library rules/guidelines; Assists in setting-up community rooms for programs; Assists patrons in loading and unloading library materials and donations to and from vehicles; May be assigned as a Disaster Service Worker, as required; May perform any related duty, as required.

Employment Standards
The Library Page is an entry-level position requiring the ability to follow oral and written directions and learn routine library procedures, such as filing methods and the use of office equipment.

Other Requirements
Willingness to work at least one (1) night per week and one weekend day every other week.

Knowledge of:
Alphabetical and numerical filing systems, such as the Dewey Decimal Classification System, to locate and organize materials.

Ability to:
Follow simple oral and written instructions in the English language; Learn routine library procedures, including operating library equipment such as computers; Work quickly and accurately with numbers and letters; Multi-task and prioritize assignments; Demonstrate attention to detail; Establish and maintain effective working relationships with those contacted in the course of work.

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