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Job Posting: personally recommended! February 25, 2007

Posted by L Wolfe in Job Stuff.
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As of this week, I left my job as a Public Technology Assistant at St. Louis Public Library to take a position as Access Services Library at Jefferson College.  Although I am very excited about my new position, I am sad to leave behind my position at SLPL.  I highly recommend this part time paraprofessional position to any library science student.  The position offers more “bang for the buck” library experience than most others.  Besides working with the public to use the library catalogs, Internet computers and electronic databases, PTAs assist with other library activities here and there such as reference.  I worked regularly at 3 different branches and also made my appearance at 5 other branches.  You learn so much about organizational structure being sort of in the middle of different levels of managers and staff.  Plus, and this is a big one, you get to work for Barb Knotts! 🙂  Those of you who took 7301 know this is a great benefit.  She is the best and demands the best from her staff.  Here is the listing:

Public Technology Assistants: St. Louis Public Library
Position Type    Part-Time, Employee
Experience    0-1 Years Experience

The St. Louis Public Library has part-time openings for Public Technology Assistants. The positions require an Associates Degree (preferably in Computer Science) and 1 year of Technology related Customer Service experience. Must have a basic understanding of PC hardware/printers and experience with software applications (especially MS Office and Internet). Type 35 wpm; physical ability to perform moderate manual labor to include lifting, maneuvering, and placing objects weighing up to 50 lbs. The positions require use of a personal car, and flexible work schedule. Installation of hardware and software, database updates, trouble-shooting, repair or swapping of equipment and software and keyboarding skills are essential. Must have an excellent work record/attendance and the ability to work well with minimal supervision. Should possess strong written and verbal communications skills and the ability to communicate clearly with non-technical users in person, by telephone and in writing. St. Louis Public Library offers comprehensive benefits package including medical, dental and life insurance. All interested candidates should forward an application and/or resume by email to: Human Resources or by snail mail to: St. Louis Public Library Attn: Human Resources 1415 Olive Street St. Louis, MO 63103 FAX: 314-539-0335

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